Dennis Price

USMC Force Recon & Private Military Contractor On Service, Family & Sacrifice

A Leader’s Testimony
Unleashing the Power of Transformation in the Depths of Darkness! | Mighty Oaks Testimonials

POLARIS GROUP INTERNATIONAL INC is a dedicated organization committed to community service, emphasizing integrity and compassion, particularly in the realm of disaster relief. Our team comprises highly skilled veterans, including JSOC tier 1 operators and special operators, with extensive real-world experience. Focused on preserving lives, our missions unfold in challenging environments. Presently, we’re establishing a forward operating base along the Ukrainian Poland border, featuring a comprehensive command operations center and logistics base. Our active missions encompass triage, evacuations for vulnerable individuals, security measures, and targeted humanitarian aid for orphans and children. By fostering a culture of empathy and lifesaving efforts, we aspire to inspire collective assistance, contributing to the overall well-being of those in need.

In this week’s episode of the Team Never Quit Podcast, join Marcus in an exclusive one-on-one conversation with Dennis Price, a USMC Force Recon, Scout Sniper, Ranger veteran, and the International Program Manager for the Mighty Oaks Foundation. With six military deployments and three stints as a Private Military contractor specializing in sniper/mobile DDM roles, Dennis brings a wealth of experience to the table. Having attended various Special Operations schools and served as the Head instructor for Field craft and stalking for the Army’s Special Forces Sniper Course, Dennis shares his personal journey, including the difficult decision to end his military career to be close to his daughter battling two rare diseases. A devoted Christian, loving husband, and father of four, Dennis is also a martial arts enthusiast—engaging in boxing, Muay Thai, and Jiu-Jitsu, and actively participating in various tournaments. Tune in to hear Dennis’s inspiring story of resilience, faith, and commitment.

In this episode you will hear:
• If another man comes to me and tries to steal what is mine in front of my children, do I have the self-confidence to stop him?  I’m a man of violence. I know what I can do to him. Now I don’t have to back up in fear. (10:07)
• I try to encourage males to take up Jiu Jitsu – anything – because you shouldn’t have to live in fear. (12:43)
• If the only tool in the toolbox that you have is a hammer, then everything’s a nail. (14:43)
• How do I say my story and not be too bible thumping. However I tell it, it leads to one conclusion. (17:03)
• God uses war-torn warriors and exposes us to certain things and then uses us through Christ. (18:23)
• We’re coming back here, trying to fit in; we came back to what we thought we left. (21:24)
• Taking Christ out of the household, and taking the man out of the household is why we’re seeing chaos. (22:38)
• On a dark night, I almost took my own life and that’s when I came to God and gave it all to Him. (26:21)
• Guys like us come back and we’re looking for something to fill this void. Only a relationship with Jesus Christ and God will quench that thirst. (47:08)
• My co-partner is a Green Beret. We teach “dual survivor”. Marine special operations, Army Special Forces; we teach of both of our experiences in combat, and we give you formal instruction. (65:47)
• Alphas, when they walk into a room, they assess the possible threats. (76:24)
• Speech made in anger will be the best speech you ever spoke that you’ll regret. (89:05
• Years of love are forgotten, in minutes of anger. (89:18)

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