Mike’s dad was class of 1977 at Virginia Military Institute. It was a natural path for Mike to follow his legacy both at VMI and in his military service. Upon graduation Mike commissioned as Parachute Infantry Officer with the 82nd Airborne Division. He served 5 years before transitioning into civilian life. His first landing spot was at General Electric. He would tell you it was a great job but while working there and being selected as a Veteran Presidential Scholar with the Bush Institute he wanted to do more, especially in the veteran space, and thus began the idea of Combined Arms.
Mike knows first hand the challenges veterans face especially in transitioning out of the military. There are so many resources and amazing service organizations but where does a veteran even start? This is where Combined Arms comes in; supporting a veteran in two areas. First they are a one-stop-shop to find the services needed but on the backend they have done their homework and researched and vetted these service organizations to ensure they are organizations of integrity. Interested in learning more, check them out below.