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"Talking with Veterans" Adam DeMarco, Candidate for Congress with Ken Kraetzer

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"Talking with Veterans" Adam DeMarco, Army Football Player with Ken Kraetzer of #SALRadio

Adam graduated from West Point in 2009  lettering in football, has served multiple deployments including with 1st Cavalry Division in Kirkuk, Iraq, later responsible for unit of 42 Soldiers and $10 million equipment. Completed Captain's Career Course, assigned as a Division Fire Support officer for 1st Armored Division. Selected to support Central Command as an assistant operations officer in Amman, Jordan.

Served in the Washington D.C. National Guard with Mobilization Augmentation Command, commanding the Headquarters Detachment of the 74th Troop Command.

As a civilian serves as a Strategy and Operations Consultant at Deloitte, focused on  Federal Government clients. Have served clients in the Federal Defense, Federal Civilian and non-profit areas and have extensive project management experience and am well versed in risk mitigation, business transformation, and growth strategy planning.

Sons of the American Legion Radio is an affiliate of Post 135 White Plains, NY of The American Legion, received in 2017 the Robert Morrill Award frrom the National American Legion Press Assoc and the Christopher Cirillo Award from the NY State American Legion Press Assoc. and has twice received public service decorations from the US Army.  They group operates Facebook pages: West Point Footbal Report, Iona Basketball Report and Sons of the American Legion Radio and on Twitter @SonsLegionRadio. Since 2011 the group has annually awarded the Lt. Eugene Evans - Lt.Col. Eli Page Howard Leadership Award to honor of two National Championship college athletes who died during military service.    

 

 

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