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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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  • Until it Hurts (11/26/2014) - Summer of 2012, a friend of mine, an experienced SEAL Sniper I had deployed to Afghanistan with called me and said he had an idea.  He told me how he was tired of being sad on 9/11, a day forever linked to tragedy and loss, combat wounds and pain, and a day the enemy chalked
  • Through the Looking Glass (11/19/2014) - The US Navy SEAL Teams have received unprecedented exposure over the last several years and even more so in the last few days. A small segment of the community welcome the exposure while the vast majority wish all the attention would go away, adhering to the original humble roots of the SEAL Teams which holds
  • Jumping into the Civilian Workforce (11/12/2014) - With yesterday being Veterans Day, it make me think a lot about the differences between my time on Active Duty and my time now as a Veteran in the civilian work force.  Veterans definitely bring an amazing talent set but sometimes it’s tough making the transition over to how civilian businesses operate.  Here are some

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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.