TLBTV: The American Vision – A Marine’s Story of Bravery & Humanity

With Guest - Retired USMC Infantry Major, Scott A. Huesing

The American Vision – A Marine’s Story of Bravery & Humanity in Ramadi – With Guest – Retired USMC Infantry Major, Scott A. Huesing


By TLB Contributing Author & TLBTV Show Host: Bill Muckler

Scott A. Huesing is a retired USMC Infantry Major with more than 24 years of service as both enlisted and as a commissioned officer. His career spanned 10 deployments and operations in more than 60 countries. He is also the author of Echo in Ramadi: The Firsthand Story of US Marines in Iraq’s Deadliest City.

His duties involved planning, leading, and conducting hundreds of combat missions under some of the most austere and challenging conditions during his numerous deployments to Iraq, Afghanistan, and the Horn of Africa.

As a Marine Infantry Officer Scott had the privilege to command Echo Company, 2d Battalion, 4th Marines as part of the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU), Special Operations Capable (SOC)while attached to 1-9 Infantry Battalion (“Manchu”), 1st Brigade Combat Team (1 BCT Ready First), United States Army as part of the Surge Strategy in Al Anbar Province, Iraq in 2006 and 2007.

Scott is presently the Executive Director of the Save the Brave. He continues to write, speak and volunteer to serve our Veteran warriors through outreach and mentor-ship programs to keep our Veteran families strong and connected.

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About TLBTV Show Host and TLB Project Contributing Author … Author of  ’20/20 A CLEAR VISION FOR AMERICA’

Bill Muckler is a long-time contributor is The Liberty Beacon Project and has appeared on numerous TLB radio and TV shows. He was born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri; graduated from Christian Brothers College High School (an Army Junior ROTC School) and received a B.A. from the University of Missouri-Columbia. While at Mizzou, he spent two years in Air Force ROTC.

Bill entered the USMC Officer Candidate Course in Quantico, VA upon graduation and was commissioned a Second Lieutenant; spent four and one-half years on active duty, and then eleven years as a Ready Reservist. He holds the permanent rank of Captain and held a Top Secret Security Clearance.

As an entrepreneur, Bill founded Muckler Typographic Corporation in St. Louis, MO. He was the owner and operator of that small business which provided typography services for Ad Agencies, Art Studios, Printers and Lithographers for ten years.

Bill has been a Work Process Management Consultant for 40 years and eventually an owner and director of his consultancy. His firm assessed business operations, conducted management and leadership training, and implemented process solutions as a problem solver in energy, mining, manufacturing, construction, fabrication, assembly, technology, food processing, health care and communications at more than 300 locations over the past 40 years.

Bill has three children: Angela, Christa and Christian; five grandchildren and one great granddaughter. He has lived in St. Louis, Columbia, Ferguson and St. Charles in Missouri. Kaneohe, Oahu, Hawaii. Panama City, Marco Island, St. Augustine and Cocoa, Florida. He has worked in, visited or travelled to 45 states, eleven countries and numerous islands in many seas.

“Where there is no vision, the people perish:” Proverbs 29:18


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