Speak Up: Dover veteran went from boots to suits


Living life above the clouds was just where Jeremy Brown wanted to be. However, after health issues grounded him as an aircraft commander and C-17 pilot at Hickam Air Force Base in Hawaii in 2013, he was left searching for answers. Medically disqualified from flying, he made the decision to separate from active-duty service and join the Air Force Reserve at Dover Air Force Base. And, hoping to put his Master of Business Administration to work, he simultaneously began to explore careers in real estate and entrepreneurship.

  • Jeremy is a fabulous businessman. Just great to work with at both of his occupations. — Audrey Ellen Brodie
Members and subscribers make this story possible.
You can help support non-partisan, community journalism.