Major General Gale Pollock talks to The Military Wire about her work in helping blinded veterans see. Major General Gale Pollock is a retired two-star general after a 36-year career. Click the podcast to hear the full story.
In this podcast, Major General Gale Pollock participates in a passionate interview with The Military Wire to talk about resources and technologies for blinded veterans. She shares real stories, her original skepticism of eSight, who this technology works for and her new found passion for helping disabled veterans.
About Major General Gale Pollock
Major General Gale Pollock is a retired United States Army major general who served as Executive Director, Fox Center for Vision Restoration, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. Prior to that, she served as the Acting Surgeon General of the Army Medical Department and also as chief of the Army Nurse Corps. Today, she helps blinded veterans see. Major General Gale Pollock retired as a two-star general after a 36-year career.
“This is what I want to do. This is how I want to spend my days because I believe if we work together on this, we can significantly change quality of life.” – Major General Gale Pollock when speaking about her work with blinded veterans.
This story originally appeared on The Military Wire Podcast. Click here to download the episode or hear more topics for veterans.
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