An Introduction to The Warrior's Journey - The Warrior's Journey®

An Introduction to The Warrior’s Journey

Dust in the Wind. Photo by US Marine Corp is licensed under CC By 2.0

The Warrior’s Journey is an online resource for the military community offering trusted content relating to the mission, vision, challenges and ethos of the warrior. Our goal is to offer insight perspective and support to warriors and their families as they put beliefs and principles honored by their branch of service into practice.

At Network211, we felt a calling and a huge need to minister to our Military and their families, and are anticipating a huge response to the Gospel through this site.

Through extensive research, we have identified 12 issues that The Warrior’s Journey will address, moving the Warrior and their families from:

Isolation to Community Insignificance to Fulfilled Purpose
Deep Loss to Hope Family Brokenness to Family Health
Moral Injury to Confident Consolation Hardship of Separation to Strength in the Journey
Financial Difficulty to Financial Freedom Lack of Identity to Acceptance of Purpose
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder to Significant Daily Contentment  Deployment to Reintegration
Helplessness to Supporting

Nathan J. Blackwell

Capt, USMC
Operations Officer, Recruiting Station Kansas City, MO

Edwin Salau

1LT, USA, Ret.

Forrest Warren Robertson

May 25, 1978- Nov. 3, 2013

A. Harrell Roberts

George Company, 3rd Battalion, 1st Marines Rifleman

Mark Flattery

President Network211

Kevin Weaver

CEO Network211/The Warrior’s Journey

COL Scott Mcchrystal, USA, Ret.

Military Liaison, The Warrior’s Journey