Kate Munari: 3 x Tours of Afghanistan
Sometimes you meet people that have lived, are still living and embody absolutely everything it means to GO ALL IN.
I don’t know about you, but when I meet people like this I feel inspired to do more, and I know after you hear this podcast you’re going to feel the same way as well.
Kate grew up in Sydney and joined the Royal Australian Navy at the age of 18. She went through the Australian Defence Force Academy, completed her bachelor of science degree and qualified as a helicopter pilot in 2006.
Shortly after qualifying Kate was selected to go on exchange with the Royal Marine Commando Helicopter Force in the UK.
She headed to England, qualified on the Seaking helicopter and while on exchange in the UK she completed 3 operational tours of Afghanistan. Kate enjoyed an amazing exchange in England.
She was lucky enough to participate in the Diamond Jubilee with the Queen, received her Afghanistan campaign medal from Prince Charles and she made some very close and life long friends.
Outside of the military Kate is an accomplished speaker and continues to give back to aviation as an Air Crash investigator for the accident transport safety bureau. Kate is a true inspiration and she embodies absolutely everything it means to go all in.
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Written by Robert Brus