Jimmy Fleming BA
Jimmy has a bachelor’s degree from Hodges University in Applied Psychology and is presently pursuing a master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Hodges University.
After obtaining his master’s degree and licensure; he aspires to work with military members, veterans, and their families in order to help them overcome mental health disorders that are related to military service.
Jimmy served nine years in the United States Air Force as a non-commissioned officer in fitness and sustainment services. Jimmy has traveled all over the world including Japan, Korea, Germany, Turkey, and Afghanistan. During his service, he was awarded the Army Commendation Medal from Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force Afghanistan, Humanitarian Aid Medal from Operation Tomodachi and numerous outstanding unit and good conduct awards.
His last duty station was F.E Warren AFB, Wyoming. While stationed at F.E Warren AFB, Jimmy deployed to the Nuclear Launch facilities and provided sustainment services to the nuclear missile crews and security forces in support of the nation’s nuclear missile program. Unfortunately, in 2017, he was medically retired and honorably discharged from his duties after nine years of service.