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The Mark of a man is not found in his past, but how he overcomes adversity and builds his future.
Quitting is not an option. - Jason Redman

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  • Harley Davidson and the American Iron Dream (8/18/2015) - The American Iron Dream Last week I spoke in Milwaukee Wisconsin for an amazing company, Accuray Incorporated who assists in creating incredible technology that is battling cancer.  Not everyone is aware, but Milwaukee Wisconsin is the original home of Harley Davidson.  I own a Harley and will admit my customized 2010 Street Glide is one
  • Combat Wounded Coalition – the birth of a logo. (7/3/2015) - Seven years ago I lay in a Hospital bed having just completed my twentieth surgery or so (I mean really, who’s counting?).  After multiple bouts of being intensely stared at as I traveled back and forth across the nation for these never ending surgeries, I created an article of clothing that would change my life
  • American Blood Sweat and Tears still stain the ground of fallen Iraq. (5/27/2015) - I suffered multiple wounds in an intense firefight near Fallujah, Iraq in 2007 and endured thirty-seven surgeries since then to repair my wounds. Recently, I was interviewed by friend and fellow veteran, Jed Babbin. Jed served as a deputy undersecretary of defense (under President Bush – 41) and currently is a senior fellow of the

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Jason Redman was born in a small town in southern central Ohio. He joined the Navy on September 11, 1992 and began his naval career at boot camp in Orlando, Florida. He graduated from US Navy SEAL training in December of 1995 and was commissioned a Navy SEAL Officer in May of 2004.  In May of 2006, he graduated from the grueling US Army Ranger Course of Instruction to further his tactical knowledge and increase his understanding of Joint Operations and Army mission planning. On September 13, 2007 while acting as Assault Force Commander on an operation to capture an Al Qaeda High Value Individual LTJG Redman’s Assault Team came under heavy machine gun and small arms fire and he along with two other Teammates were wounded in the ensuing firefight.