Ep. 19 - "Leadership on Your Worst Day" with MoH Recipient SSG Sal Giunta

January 11, 2017 00:40:42
Ep. 19 - "Leadership on Your Worst Day" with MoH Recipient SSG Sal Giunta
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Ep. 19 - "Leadership on Your Worst Day" with MoH Recipient SSG Sal Giunta
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Show Notes

Medal of Honor recipient Staff Sgt. (Ret) Sal Giunta discusses his actions in the Korengal Valley in 2007, how he managed keep calm under duress, and what he was fighting for.

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