Medal of Honor Recipient, Flo Groberg, on the Military Transition Process, Assimilation, Running, and Remembering the Fallen.
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CPT (R) Florent (Flo) Groberg is a French-American military officer and recipient of the Medal of Honor. He was born in France to an American father and French-Algerian mother, and moved to the United States as a child. He served in the U.S. Army, where in August 2012, he was severely injured attempting to thwart a suicide bomber in Afghanistan. On November 12, 2015, Groberg received the Medal of Honor for his heroic action.
In this episode, we cover a ton of material to include:
• What it’s like to move to the US as a child
• His inspiration for military service
• Running and how it affected his life
• His work with LinkedIn to change the military transition process.
• Remembering the fallen.
• How to “Shut up, and listen.”
Flo’s a true American hero, with an amazing backstory. We have a great discussion on a whole variety of topics, and you get the rare chance to learn the backstory that helped mold who he is today.