Marty Skovlund on storytelling, Nomadic Veterans and getting shot in basic training.

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Marty Skovlund joins us as another man of many talents.  He’s a former Army Ranger turned author, TV Show host and entrepreneur.  He’s focused on telling the stories of our generation of veterans, and is doing an incredible job.  

He’s also a hilarious guy, and really fun to talk to, as well.

We have a wide-ranging conversation conversation that includes the following:

• His go-to coffee brewing setup.

• How he got shot in basic training.

• His book, Violence of Action

Nomadic Veterans, the documentary happened by accident.

 

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