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Doc's Odyssey: The Adventure Continues

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Help me launch the next phase of my journey from bus life to the summit of Mt. Everest and beyond. - Hello! Welcome to the Adventure.My name is Ryan but most people call me Doc. I was a medic in the military for 6 years which is where the nickname originated. On my third combat tour, I was wounded while treating and evacuating another soldier. Shortly after, I was discharged from service and, while I did have programs available to me, I wasn't able to make myself take advantage of any support. Like many veterans, I withdrew from society and into myself, living in the woods and on the streets.

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Help me launch the next phase of my journey from bus life to the summit of Mt. Everest and beyond. - Hello! Welcome to the Adventure.My name is Ryan but most people call me Doc. I was a medic in the military for 6 years which is where the nickname originated. On my third combat tour, I was wounded while treating and evacuating another soldier. Shortly after, I was discharged from service and, while I did have programs available to me, I wasn't able to make myself take advantage of any support. Like many veterans, I withdrew from society and into myself, living in the woods and on the streets.
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