Almost twenty-five years in the Air Force serving my country—what a wonderful first career experience I had. There were many things that I enjoyed about the military such as the joy of flying, but over the long haul it’s the close camaraderie with my military teammates that I miss the most.
If you’ve had a similar experience, then you understand the close bonds that are often forged when meeting challenging goals.
Specifically during my Vietnam POW experience, the hardships that my comrades and I endured created a strong bond of brotherhood that endures to this day. Regardless of my work, I still have a longing for that type of connection.
These insights came to mind when I experienced a camaraderie “booster shot” on two recent occasions.
Two Examples of Camaraderie
It began with two days in San Antonio, Texas at an air base where I had served in both…
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