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Fallen Soldiers March®

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A 501 (c) (3) Non-Profit Dedicated to
Providing Biblical Counseling and
Providing Service Dogs & Veteran Advocacy

Tony “T-Rat” Ratagick, President of U.S Military Vets MC TN Section 8 Chapter

Tony “T-Rat” Ratagick, President of U.S Military Vets MC TN Section 8 Chapter

Tony “T-Rat” Ratagick, President of U.S Military Vets MC TN Section 8 Chapter

 

Endorsement
I met Jim Retzke at an event in Lebanon Tennessee. He was clearly passionate about Fallen Soldiers March mission and I let him know that my Brotherhood of Veterans were looking for an organization we could get behind and support. With so many Veteran’s charities to choose from, transparency was key. Jim has been open with my team from the beginning and speaking for my Brothers we are all proud to support and raise awareness for Fallen Soldiers March.

 


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Background and Capabilities
I enlisted in the US Army in 1979, a time when Vietnam was still fresh in the minds of the public. It was not a popular path for a young man to take, but my parents instilled patriotism in me at an early age, so it was the perfect choice for me.
I trained in the US Army Signal Corps as a Tactical Microwave and Satellite Repairer – training which has driven my career to this day. Upon leaving the Army, I worked on offshore oil rigs providing microwave and satellite communications, supervised a 6-year installation project for PBX systems at the Pentagon, managed telecommunications at the Discovery Channel, and for the last 18 years have been a Call Center Solutions Consultant to several Fortune 100 enterprises.
I am also the President of the Nashville Chapter of US Military Vets Motorcycle Club. We are a 100% Veteran 501©19 Organization whose mission is to provide a setting for qualified military veterans to experience brotherhood with one another, to show pride in having served in defense of the United States of America and to promote a positive image of Veterans and Bikers to the general public.
It is in this latter role that we are able to provide for other veterans that which we often found ourselves seeking after separation from the military. After separation, many veterans find the corporate world lacking the camaraderie they found in service and their coworkers and employers offer little support for the issues unique to the veteran. This is complicated by the work ethic many of us had instilled in the military – if you have a problem, “ruck up and move out” – many of us simply don’t feel comfortable to ask.
For those interested in the motorcycle culture, we provide a natural fit. For those who do not ride, we welcome all veterans to come and just “hang out” in a non-threatening and non-judgmental environment. We provide a conduit to services that can assist with the transition if needed, or just a battle buddy to share your trials with.
Specialties:
• C-Level Presentations
• Solution Selling
• Relationship Building
• Product Presentations & Demonstrations
• Technology Integration
• Solutions Design
• Team Building, Mentoring & Leadership

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