My career started in Washington DC at Fort McNair. I was assigned to the U.S. Army Communications Command (now Information Technology) supporting the Military District of Washington. I was detached to the Pentagon servicing radar and communications equipment at the heliport and other metropolitan aircraft landing zones.

I returned to DC after active duty and continued to serve in the Army reserves. Not withstanding my family the time I spent in the Military was the best thing that ever happened to me.

Since thirty years have passed and I have learned to deliver simple and crisp understandings. I listen, learn, understand and teach.

I’ll candidly share blunders I’ve made, those that I’ve been a party too and those I’ve witnessed from afar.