Farmingdale, NY, June 14, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Mr. Bryant earned his B.A. at Middlebury College and his M.S.W. at Marywood College. His illustrious career in the military began as an Army Aviator with the U.S. Army where he achieved the rank of Captain. From there he moved on to become Armor Officer where he commanded the Officer Candidate Students’ brigade at Fort Knox, Kentucky. He also received U.S. Army Aviation Rotary Wing (Helicopter) Flight Training. Then he trained and received ratings as fixed-wing pilot and rotary wing jet helicopter pilot. Mr. Bryant graduated 1st in Army Flight Class over 1500 student officers. He was also a First Cavalry Division Scout pilot, commanded the Aero-Scout Platoon and served with A Troop, 1st of the 9th Aero Squadron during a tour of duty in Vietnam. Mr. Bryant is currently associated with Therapy Services in Trumansburg, New York. His area of practice is in treating trauma victims, abuse and chemical dependency, mental health, therapy and counseling. Mr. Bryant is the recipient of numerous awards including medals and decorations for valor and service. He is a member of Alpha Epsilon Lambda, the National Honor Society and is a Past Vice President and Board Member of the Board of Directors for the Alcohol & Drug Council of Tompkins County, Ithaca, New York. In addition, he is a Past President of the City Club of Ithaca and is affiliated with the Liberty Bailey Men’s Garden Club and Ithaca Lion’s Club. Mr. Bryant is a past competitive and continued recreational Alpine Skier and ocean racer/sailor. In his spare time, he enjoys gardening and fly-fishing.
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