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HOMEFRONT SITREP & HUNDO MISSIONS

U.S. Marine Veteran

My name is David Willis, I served in the Marine Corps from 97-04. My MOS was 0311(infantry). I went to Paris Island for boot camp after boot camp I was stationed with 2nd blt 8th Marines Golf company.

Creating HomeFront Sitrep

I was not pleased how other organizations never worked together as organizations. I wanted to create a network of veterans helping veterans. I created this Podcast to assist other veterans. 

U.S. Army Veteran

My name is Christopher Raymond, I served in the U.S. Army from 15-20. My MOS was 31B (Military Police). I went to Fort Leonardwood, MO for Basic Combat Training. After my BCT I was stationed at USAG Benelux-Schinnen Netherlands with a detachment unit.

Creating Veteran Hundo Club

I was not pleased how other organizations were unable to solve my issue pertaining to veteran claims. I want to create a network of veterans helping veterans through a collective mind approach. I created our social networking platforms to assist other veterans. 

Enjoy HomeFront Sitrep Podcasts. We Are A Inspirational Company

We welcome you at HomeFront Sitrep to follow us. We are on all platforms and the entire Nation listens to us nationally. We are a prestigious organization (top 1%) of Veteran Podcasts to discuss about Veteran companies and so much more.

We Are Excited To Explore What HUNDO™ Can Do For You

We are proud to have this upcoming program launch so you can really understand what Veteran Hundo Club can do for our veterans of the United States. That helps them explain their ideas fluently and grow their organization to the fullest with the best support.

Checkout The Success Story of HUNDO To Get Inspired

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Our success is when our veterans get the chance to exceed their own expectations. Check out the latest success story of HUNDO itself. HomeFront Sitrep is going to do an unhindered, unlocked Sitrep on how this organization is going to change our 'HomeFront' Landscape. We are going to do an extreme deep dive into HUNDO™ to see how they are going to change the landscape for the type of services we receive and assistance for future veterans for generations to come.

CITY OF SHEPHERDSVILLE

THE VIETNAM WALL & COST OF FREEDOM TRIBUTE - WITH A HOST OF EXHIBITS THAT ARE HONORING THOSE WHO CAME BEFORE - JULY 25 - JULY 30, 2024

From A Mental Dream. To Designing Prototypes. To Becoming The #1 Source. For Veteran Assistance. Nationally & Internationally.

We are preparing for the Podcast event which is on May 19th, 2024. We at HomeFront Sitrep are going to do a extreme deep dive on what VETERAN HUNDO CLUB SOCIAL™ and what it is all about. We are going to get the unhindered exposure to the inner workings to how this organization is run.

"We at HomeFront Sitrep are the only ones to get behind the scenes access to be able to share what this organization is going to bring you, the veteran. With this deep dive and transparency we will know what 100% the ins and outs for this upcoming, amazing organization. Be aware as a group of professionals, I can tell you we will not take it easy on this organization. We are going to peel any layer until we get to the core."

David Willis | Co-Founder | HomeFront SitRep

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DAVID WILLIS | CO-FOUNDER | HOMEFRONT SITREP

My name is David Willis, I served in the Marine Corps from 97-04. My MOS was 0311(infantry). I went to Paris Island for boot camp after boot camp I was stationed with 2nd blt 8th Marines Golf company. While with 2/8 I went on several deployments to port a prince Hait, Okinawa, South Korea, Greece, also did two trips to Bridgeport, California for cold weather training, I wasn’t going to make a Mediterranean float so I extended and joined 1st blt 8th Marines Bravo company. During my time there we deployed to the Mediterranean and had stops in Spain, Italy, Malta, Africa, and other ports. I got out of the Marines in August of 01, but 9/11 happened and was recalled to go back in where I was stationed with a mobilization support battalion and deployed.

After getting out of the Marines in 04, I met my now wife and we started a family. I have two beautiful daughters. I also started working in the pest control industry, that didn’t suit me, so I went to work in the telecommunications industry and have been since 2006. I worked for Insight communications for eight years and worked myself up to supervisor and held that title for two and half years. Currently I work for AT&T as a buried services machine operator, was a Wire Technician for my first 9 years.

My passion is helping veterans, I started the Communications Workers of America Local 3310 veterans committee, where we worked with other local unions and businesses from Louisville to rebuild homes for homeless veterans called Operation Victory. Currently still co chair on this committee, but I am also the president for the state of Kentucky for AT&T Veterans, which is a chapter of the national 501c3. While being president myself and another veteran Gene Spear came up with the ideal of a tiny home community for homeless veterans. We were gaining traction when I was asked to serve on the board for Veterans’ Club Inc as sergeant of arms, where I helped build the organization into a nationally recognized 501c3. 

I currently host a podcast with another veteran called HomeFront Sitrep, we bring in 501c3’s and veteran owned businesses from around the country to tell their stories and what lead them to give back to their communities and veterans. 

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We are glad to be a part of countless success stories by providing the best quality solutions for our veteran community. HomeFront Sitrep was created to discuss and talk about current issues within the veteran communities. HomeFront Sitrep invites veteran service organizations, veteran business owners, and veterans to come on and tell their story. Do you believe you have a story to share?

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"I came up with the idea to develop a solution to a generational problem. I just hope we have been wise enough to know that our organization is and was built on the best foundations for future generations to come."

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