Daniel from Austere Medical Relief sat down and talked with Patti Katter about how he is helping in Ukraine by volunteering to provide medical assistance to the wounded. Daniel is a Marine Corps veteran and the co-founder of Austere Medical Relief Group, a nonprofit organization. The mission of AMRG is to support medical installations and their personnel in conflict and combat zones by delivering both equipment and medical supplies as well as providing critical and combat care education. Their mission is accomplished by teams of vetted combat medic veterans and civilian tactical medical practitioners who have experience working in austere environments.
Here’s a breakdown of what to expect in this episode:
- Daniel’s background and the decision to join the military
- How he got involved with helping in Ukraine
- The most difficult thing Daniel dealt with
- Lessons learned from the people of Ukraine
- And so much more!
Daniel is a Marine Corps veteran in Ukraine, helping provide medical treatment to those wounded in the war. Daniel is one of the cofounders of AMRG and has 15 years of experience working in austere environments overseas between his service in military and government roles. He first enlisted in the Marine Corps in 2007 and has since been trained in many capacities, including electrical engineering/construction, advanced paramedicine, dental and canine emergency medicine, and critical care nursing skills. He has acquired seven years of living and working abroad. Daniel is currently finishing a Family Nurse Practitioner program at George Washington University.
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