In this episode Estelle is joined by Dean Stott. After making it through the Special Forces gruelling 6 month selection process, Dean became one of the very first army members to join the SBS (Special Boat Service). Throughout his esteemed military career, he has conducted deployments to overseas hostile environments and been involved in Counter Terrorism operations; he has travelled to some of the toughest places in the world.
After 16 years of service Deans career ended after a parachuting accident left him unable to serve. Listen is as Estelle and Dean discuss Dean incredible story from him singlehandedly evacuating the Canadian Embassy in Libya to what made him decide to ride 14,000 miles after never owning a bike!
Listen in as we discuss what its like to go from being a part of the SAS to going it alone and tansitioning back into home life.
An inspiring and heartwarming episode raising awareness of mental health.
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