Jax Scott served in the United States Army and was a member of a pilot program that embedded women into various Special Operations teams during combat. She continues to serve as a Chief Warrant Officer and Founded Outpost Gray, which focuses on defeating terrorism, the illegal drug trade, and human trafficking.
In this episode, Jax dives into what it was like being a woman in combat, how she gained the trust of her peers, her daily routine, and the government contractual work she does as an entrepreneur.
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