FEAT. MICK MULROY
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Global Reporting with Michael Patrick Mulroy, ABC's National Defense and Security Analyst, keeping people updated on events happening around the world.
Join us as we speak with one of ABC's top National Security Analysts about world events that effect our perceptions and awareness as it relates to Conflict Resolution, Political Hostilities, War Zones, Cyber Hacking, Terrorism and who's keeping international countries and their citizens safe from harm.
Who is Michael "Mick" Patrick Mulroy?
National Security & Defense Analyst, ABC News
Former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense
Former Paramilitary Operations Officer, CIA
Michael “Mick” Patrick Mulroy is the former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense (DASD) for the Middle East. As the DASD, he was responsible for defense policy for 15 countries and represented the Department of Defense of national policy in that area. He is also a retired CIA Paramilitary Operations Officer in the Special Activities Center and a United States Marine. Mulroy is also a Senior Fellow for the Middle East Institute, an ABC News National Security Analyst, and a Co-founder of the Lobo Institute.
Mulroy is a Board of Director for Grassroots Reconciliation Group & Co-founder of End Child Soldiering . He is also the co-creator of the documentary “My Star in the Sky,” which portrays the true story of child soldiers in the LRA.
Mulroy is a volunteer for the the Third Option Foundation and is a leading proponent of the U.S. military incorporating the official Stoicism philosophy into their ethical and resiliency efforts.
THE UNITED STATES
WAR DOGS ASSOCIATION
United States War Dog Association (USWDA) was established in 2000 by 5 military dog handlers who all served in the military . Representing the Marine Corps, Army and Air Force, they found a common bond through K-9 and formed an organization to honor war dogs; past, present, and future. USWDA s mission is to provide support throughout the life cycle of a military working dog and promote the distinguished history of their invaluable service.
Over the last 21 years USWDA has donated to or gifted K-9 memorials to honor our war dog legacy, shipped over 30,000 care packages to dog handlers serving overseas, and we are currently supporting over 1,000 retired military working dogs through our prescription program. 2021 is a big transition year for USWDA as a new board members have started to phase in which also consist of military dog handlers who served overseas. Please follow us as this journey continues. We are very excited for the future of this organization.
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