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Hiring Heroes

We recognize that veterans bring a unique skillset to the workforce — leadership abilities, mission-driven values and the ability to thrive in challenging environments. Those are the skills we're looking for at GMR. Hear from some of our veterans and learn how they used their military skills to transition into a career in EMS.

 
Gil Watkins, Army, Army National Guard Veteran

Gil Watkins continues to use the aviation skills he learned in the military to serve his community.

 
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Tiffiny Mallett-Daniel, Air Force Veteran

Whether active duty in the military or a veteran, Mallett-Daniel has always focused on one thing – making a difference.

 
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Tim Jenkins, Army Veteran

Tim knew transitioning from military to civilian life might be challenging, but he was able to rise to the occasion.

 
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Louis Hanssen, Navy Veteran

It was a twist of fate that led Louis Hanssen to the Navy.

 
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Richelle Treece, Air Force Veteran, Army National Guard

Richelle’s military background gives her the foundation to handle situations with a sense of urgency, but not a sense of panic.

 
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Heroes Honoring Heroes

 

In partnership with the Dallas Cowboys, Medal of Honor recipients and EMS professionals come together to share their mutual admiration and appreciation for each other’s commitment to our nation and communities.