american-flag-memorial-day-dyslexiaTo the brave men and women who gave the ultimate sacrifice to keep our country free: Thank You.

For those who do not know, there are many dyslexic individuals who have and are currently serving their country throughout the armed forces. Some individuals may not have been formally identified, while others may have had to demonstrate their ability to meet standards on tests like the ASVAB. Many of you may know that George Patton, one of the world’s most accomplished field commands of all time was dyslexic, as is past Commander in Chief of US Central Comand, Joseph Hoar. We have personally known individuals who have served at all levels in the armed forces, including special ops. Dyslexic talents in strategic and spatial thinking, situational awareness, and  dynamic simulation and prediction are some of the strengths well-suited to these complex and demanding careers.