The Indigenous Approach

Caring for Our Most Important Resource

April 1, 2021

Show Overview
In this episode, Col. Eric Kreitz, the 1st SFC (A) Director of Information Warfare sits down with the 1st SFC (A) Chaplain Col. Chris Dickey. They discuss Col. Kreitz's very personal story - one of fear, addiction, and hitting rock bottom...but also one of resilience, support, and overcoming adversity.

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Col. Eric Kreitz is the Director of Information Warfare at 1st Special Forces Command (Airborne). He has more than 14 years in the PSYOP Regiment and has commanded at the Detachment and Battalion levels.

Chaplain (Col.) Christopher Dickey is honored to serve as the Command Chaplain for 1st Special Forces Command (Airborne).  A native of Houston, Texas, and the son of an Army MP and Vietnam Veteran, Chaplain Dickey leads a dedicated team of Chaplains and Religious Affairs Specialists serving across the Command entrusted to care for our most precious resource: our Soldiers and Families.

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