Trading Army Boots for Wing Tips

For 34 years, Joe Riley was a member of the U.S. Army Special Forces Group. He traveled the world, from Panama to Portugal, coordinating major operations involving hundreds of military personnel. The missions ranged from training foreign soldiers to building schools to running medical centers. It was a frenetic job, filled with logistical obstacles, cultural…

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