Jason M. Callahan

Jason is a Navy veteran who served on four sea commands from 2003-2007 with two deployments in support of OIF and OEF; honorably separating from service as a petty officer 2nd class. He is currently on his fourth year working in emergency medicine. In addition to working full-time at a level one trauma center, he is a new father, and has begun designing his own line of patriotic and witty military-inspired apparel for children.

Recent articles from Jason M. Callahan

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Family & Relationships
5 Things I Learned About Myself After Becoming A First-Time Dad
As a veteran, I thought I was prepared for anything. Then I became a parent.
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Entertainment
Which Is The Better Badass Christmas Flick? Die Hard Or Lethal Weapon
We compared two Christmas flicks that happen to be the best action movies of all time.
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Community
Why Civilians Don’t Relate To Veterans
Civilians want to connect with veterans, but we’re not giving them the time of day.
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Support
5 Actual Reasons You’re Miserable After The Military
We reminisce on the past and the things we miss about service rather than move on to the now.
In a screenshot from a YouTube video produced by RangerUp, an obviously fake Army veteran defends his behavior.
Community
Stolen Valor: The Fight We Want, But Not The Fight We Need
The search for stolen valor perpetrators is becoming a witch hunt.
Sailors attached to Expeditionary Medical Force One participate in an emergency room simulation during Operation Northern Lights, May 9, 2014.
Career
How A Career In Emergency Medicine Saved My Life
A Navy veteran describes how he found his higher purpose in emergency medicine after the military.