Where did you serve and what did you do?
63-69 military police, in Yuma Proving Grounds, guarded burn pits and areas that were explosive sites of uranium and depleted uranium.
In Korea, worked different jobs to include guarded copter crash sites and assisted with body removal and destruction of copter, and work at the CID office.
How are you #StillServing?
Spent time in U.S. Army off shore, and witnessed, somewhat exposed or was told about substantial problems of abuse, violence and harassment in the military, and in 1992 decided to help stop violence and abuse in the military and worldwide.
In 22 years of working through my disabilities and consulting with others, I decided I wanted to establish a way to publish forensic and medical content on child abuse and sexual assault. The business began with publishing evidence base books with medical, law enforcement, social service and legal experts contributing to these resources on recognition, treatment and prevention of violence against women and children. 29 years later we are still publishing.
I’m soon 81 and still ‘serving’ humanity full time without pay, to help stop violence and abuse in the military and worldwide.
Why do you do it?
I found my purpose in life to help stop violence and abuse.