We’re ten episodes in! This podcast has been a lot of fun and we appreciate all of the great feedback we’ve received. Episode ten brings us Marine Veteran Gregorio Kishketon.

Greg is a VA employee that works at the central office in D.C.. He originally thought he was simply going to be #VeteranOfTheDay, but then he sat down for an interview and opened up about some vulnerable parts of his life.

Covered in Episode Ten:

  • Pearl Harbor story by Army Veteran Jimmy Lee
  • Interview with Marine Veteran Gregorio Kishketon
    • Greg’s decision to join the military.
    • His transition out.
    • Overcoming a drug problem
    • Experiencing suicidal behavior
    • Native American heritage and passing it on
  • Discover a job at VA with VA Careers
  • #VeteranOfTheDay Marine Veteran Derek Rodenbeck

The #VApodcast is now available in iTunes, Stitcher Radio, Google Play, and Spotify. Search “Borne the Battle” in your podcast app of choice to subscribe.

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Published on Dec. 23, 2016

Estimated reading time is 0.8 min.

Views to date: 89

3 Comments

  1. Michael ray Brewet December 29, 2016 at 1:05 am

    I am 100% disabled service connected combat related. I am afraid to get out of my home. Knowing that this is for veterans. I would represent my brothers in arms. This is wonderful what you are doing for vets!

  2. Marion E Ware Jr December 23, 2016 at 7:20 pm

    This is great. I really enjoyed reading about life experiences that others have went through. Felt like I was reading about myself.

  3. Ronnie Hill Sr December 23, 2016 at 1:22 pm

    Thanks to all the people who served, and family members.

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