Little Known Civilian Veteran History Facts, as featured on The J Will Jamboree, is compiled, condensed information by various veterans.
Patrick Davis, resident of Monroe New York, former Army Captain, served five years, and met his lovely wife Alexis, who is also a veteran, while they were cadets at West Point. After serving five years as Army officers and spending a combined total of 39 months deployed to Iraq, the Davis’ chose to start a young family and transition into civilian life. They are now proudly raising their children, Michael and Andrew.
Davis, holds an MBA from the Wharton School of Business. After transition from the military and returning to his hometown, Pat got involved with community service, bringing a wide array of skills and qualities honed during his military days and business career.
On Military Monday we congratulate and salute Patrick Davis for his successful transition to Civilian life.
Join the mission to help Veterans focus on the celebration of life after the military. We’ll honor Veterans for their continued resilience and community service on Friday, June 28th. Come out to honor American hero, Brian Butler, at the Thayer Hotel from 7-11pm.
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