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

Master Chief Electrician's Mate Nathan Miller, virtual interactive training equipment lead instructor aboard the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS George Washington (CVN 73), says goodbye to his daughter as the ship prepares to depart Fleet Activities, Yokosuka for its 2015 patrol.
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.
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.
Why Civilians Don’t Relate To Veterans
Civilians want to connect with veterans, but we’re not giving them the time of day.
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.
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.
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.