Episode 25 is here! This is a fun milestone for us and we’re happy to continue this great program. This week’s interview features two Veterans involved with the Veterans Community Project in Kansas City.

Kevin Jamison retired after 20 years of service in the Marine Corps. He served three tours in Iraq, was part of the embassy evacuation in Albania in 1997, and was part of the US operation in Haiti in 1994. He is now the Chief Operations Officer for Veterans Community Project.

Bryan Meyer is a prior Marine Corps helicopter Crew Chief. He deployed twice to Iraq and participated in Operations Shining Express. he is now the Chief Legal Officer for Veterans Community Project.

Covered in Episode 25:

  • WWI commemoration
  • Interviews with Kevin Jamison and Bryan Meyer
    • What is Veterans Community Project
    • The tiny house village for Veterans
    • The value the efforts bring to the community
    • What inspired this initiative?
    • How it fulfills them
    • How its truly benefiting Veterans
  • VA’s resources for Veteran Homelessness
  • Veteran of the Day Navy Veteran Major Lewis
The full transcript for this episode can be be found here.

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Published on Apr. 7, 2017

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