"It's about extracting the killer, but keeping the warrior," Trevor Hill told the Arbiter's Culture Editor, Brandon Rasmussan in an interview. "What I'm trying to design is essentially a reverse-boot camp, to find the off switch." Trevor appeared on the front page of last week's issue, where the creation and progress of his Zero Hour Expeditions program was featured a few pages in.
Read the full article HERE!
But the media can't get enough of Trevor's vision. Last Friday, Idaho's KTVB covered Zero Hour, highlighting the impact it's made on veterans who struggle with the stresses that follow life at war. Check out the news clip below!
Congratulations, Trevor! The Ethos Project is elated to see what you've accomplished already.