The Oath podcast is as an educational tool for current serving military personnel, veterans, their families, and the general public on all things relevant to our military and veteran communities. Justin Rich, former Army, and Jesse Puryear, former Navy, facilitate discussions each week with a new guest, covering a variety of topics.
Our guests today were Bob and Debbie of Hope 4 Heroes in Yelm, WA. Hope 4 Heroes is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping Veterans recover from their physical and mental health problems through Equine Therapy (horse therapy). The program is completely free for Veterans.
The Oath Podcast with your host Jessie Puryear and special guests Kyle Kotecha and Blake Anderson with Veteran Transition Mission. Veteran Transition Mission is here to help veterans get quickly trained and certified for in-demand careers in a variety of industries.
Today's guest is Mrs. Cornelia Thomas of Winds of Liberty. This is a continuation of our last show with her husband and partner Jay. Cornelia is a Liscenced Mental Health Counselor with extensive training and background in family therapy. The focus of our show will be on how military service effects the family dynamic.
Today's guest is a Ramsey Preferred financial coach and certified fundraising executive. This episode focuses on financial literacy for our military and veterans' community. In particular we will address what to do with extra pay like combat pay, hazardous duty pay, separation pay, GI Bill pay, etc. We'll also discuss the Dave Ramsey approach and what makes it different than your traditional financial approaches such as Edward Jones or traditional debt type of plans.
Hello everyone! We are excited for the future of this podcast, and we thought it would be a good idea to let you know a little bit more about our hosts, Justin Rich, and Jessie Puryear, both of whom are retired veterans. Tune in for great conversation and insight into the behind the scenes of The Oath.
Join us today as we speak with two guests that have been part of the United States military that have been deported, and we discuss potential solutions to this growing problem. Disclaimer: While we may talk about political issues, we are a non-partisan podcast. We seek to bring all view points to provide a balanced survey of the military.
Tune in for our first guest, Jessie Puryear, the Managing Director of Urban Float in University Place, Washington. Jessie discusses the benefits of floating and sensory deprivation that positively impacts both the mind and body. Floating is clinically shown to reduce pain and improve quality of sleep. Learn more at urbanfloat.com.