Hello everyone and welcome back to the Top Ranked Criminal Justice Podcast. Thank you all for choosing to listen to the show. If you are a first-time listener, welcome to the show we know you will love it. If you are a long-time listener welcome back. We...
Hello everyone and welcome back to the Top Ranked Criminal Justice Podcast. Thank you all for choosing to listen to the show. If you are a first-time listener, welcome to the show we know you will love it. If you are a long-time listener welcome back. We appreciate your support.
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Get ready. You are going to LOVE my next Guest. Gregory Gadson stopped by the show. He is an American actor, motivational speaker, retired decorated United States Army Colonel.
He attended West Point. He holds two master’s Degree’s; one is from Georgetown University. He is also a graduate of The Command and General Staff College and he became an Army War College Fellow at the Institute of World Politics in Washington, DC.
Gregory made his acting debut in the blockbuster movie, Battleship, a 2012 American science fiction naval war film, as Lieutenant Colonel Mick Canales, playing a war veteran who regains his appetite for the fight when Oahu is threatened by an alien attack. Director Peter Berg, having seen news articles about Gadson, decided to cast him as an army officer trying to recover from the loss of his legs.
In this amazing interview we talk about the devastating injury he sustained while serving his country, and his road back from recovery. We also talk about leadership and how its more important than ever, his movie debut and much more!
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