Guest Bio: Lieutenant Colonel Justin Constantine
Justin is a Lieutenant Colonel in the Marine Corps with 16 years of active and reserve service. Â He volunteered for his deployment to Iraq in 2006, excited to lead other Marines and help rebuild that war-torn part of the world. While on a routine combat patrol, an enemy sniper shot Justin in the head, causing catastrophic damage, destroying his jaws and much of his face. Thanks to the heroic efforts of a young Navy Corpsman,Â andÂ hisÂ own warrior spirit, Justin is still alive today. Â Since his injury, Justin has continued to lead from the front and serve as a role model to other Wounded Warriors. Â Justin’s personal awards include the Purple Heart, the Meritorious Service Medal, the Combat Action Ribbon, and the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal.
Through his journey of courage, injury, resilience and triumph, Justin demonstrates that we are all stronger than we think we are. Â His personal story of recovery and success is a testament to the power of the human spirit, and the message he shares applies to all members of the audience. Â All will leave inspired to attack any difficulties in their own lives, and will search out opportunities to excel at work and at home.
Tune in NowÂ on The American Heroes Network for their new Episode “Leadership Lessons” on the Voiceameica Variety Channel Tuesday Dec. 3rdÂ at 8 AM Pacific Time.Â You can also tune in for all past episodes on Demand Here.
Â It has been said that we are only a generation away from forgetting our history. Disabled American Veterans struggle every day to overcome life-changing sacrifices. Their stories provides a vital part of history that has contributed to our American tradition. American Heroes Network provides a way for individuals, corporations and small businesses to support our Heroes by helping our veterans and their families rebuild their lives. They help aim our veterans, looking for jobs, in the right direction, help provide homes for our troops, assisting individuals and their families who have been severely injured while serving in the U.S. military and providing scholarships for families of our Fallen Heroes.Â This will be a weekly hour long show joined by our military heroes and people and organizations that make a difference. American Heroes Network airs live Tuesdays at 8 AM Pacific, powered by Voice America Variety.