We met Jack Riley after doing an interview with General Butch Neal, USMC (ret) about the Battle of Getlin’s Corner which Jack fought in as the squad leader of 2nd Squad, 2nd Platoon, India Company, 3rd Battalion, 9th Marine Regiment in the spring of 1967 in Vietnam. As we’ve got to know Jack we’ve learned that he’s never stopped leading and caring about others so we wanted to talk to him about the idea of giving as a way of turning trauma into joy.

What happens in the interview is simply amazing — the plain spoken truth by this son of Alabama with inspire you to follow in his footsteps and embrace the concepts included in Post-Traumatic Winning and touch the lives of others in order to transform your own life.

Jack Riley is the embodiment of Semper Fidelis and is certainly a Post-Traumatic Winner.