Veterans have not had it easy over the last decade, but that does not make our community special. What makes us special is how we thrive and overcome our trials and tribulations. Ronin Veteran Network CEO and Marine Corps veteran Kameron Delany comes on to talk about what he sees as the major difficulties in the veteran community that hold veterans back.
CEO of Ronin Veterans Network, Kameron DeLany served with Marine unit 2nd Btn. 5th Marines and 3rd Btn. 5th Marines. Post service, he moved in Private Security Contracting where he spent the better part of 3 1/2 years in the Middle East and Central Africa. During this time he realized the importance of camaraderie and the significant impact it had on his life and those of his brothers. Upon returning back stateside and starting his career as a firefighter, he began Ronin Veterans Network as a way to help his fellow vets rebuild the much needed camaraderie they once had in the military. Now, Ronin Veterans Network helps organize vets in chapters and they participate in charity drives, workout training groups, outdoor trips, and other rewarding events.