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Jeremy Butler on Iraq & Afghanistan Veterans

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October 1, 2022
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The Grunt Style Foundation leaders Tim Jensen and Will Wisner  speak with Veteran Service Organization’s to discuss the historic passing of The Sergeant First Class (SFC) Heath Robinson Honoring our Promise to Address Comprehensive Toxics (PACT) Act. The team is joined by U.S. Navy Veteran Jeffery Butler, C.E.O. of the IAVA. Listen in and hear Jeffrey speak on his time in the U.S. Navy, his variety of roles with the  Department of Homeland Security, the Joint Staff, and the Department of the Navy.  Visit to learn more on how the IAVA is helping veterans post 9/11. 

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About the Veteran

Professional Background: Jeremy served active duty Navy from 1999 – 2005 as a Surface Warfare Officer. He transitioned to the Reserves and has remained there since. Coming off of active duty, he started working for a DC-based government contractor and served in a variety of roles to include work for the Department of Homeland Security, the Joint Staff, and the Department of the Navy. Throughout, he spent several years back on active duty both overseas and in the US.

More about Jeremy: He attended Knox College in Galesburg, IL and graduated with an International Relations major. Jeremy spent junior year studying in Besancon, France. He later received a Masters in National Security and Strategic Studies via the U.S. Naval War College. Jeremy looks forward to putting his GI Bill benefits to good use at some point in the future.

Ask Jeremy about: Serving in the Reserves – he transitioned directly from active duty to the Reserves and just passed twenty years of service. It limits his free time but he genuinely enjoys having the opportunity to continue to serve in uniform and to be a part of the greatest Navy in the world.

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We hold ourselves to the highest standards of efficiency, effectiveness, honesty, and transparency. We fight hard and take tough stands. That’s not always easy, but it’s who we are and what our mission requires.


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