U.S. Army, MSG (Ret.)
Combat Veterans to Careers
David Booth is retired U.S. Army Combat related Disabled Veteran. He was medically retired with 100% disability from injuries sustained in Iraq from a roadside bomb. He retired from the U.S. Army in 2010 at the rank of Master Sergeant. Since his retirement, he has held the position of Director of Operations at MSA International Security in New York City. David Booth is the founder of Combat Veterans to Careers, a non-profit organization helping veterans and their families transition from the military and obtain a fulfilling civilian life.
Master Sergeant (Retired) David Booth entered the Army in October 1991. After completing basic military training and advanced individual training, he served in various leadership and staff positions at the company level. He continued to serve in challenging positions at the battalion level. His experience includes serving as the senior medical personal and battalion personnel supervisor responsible for medical actions of 170 soldiers in combat during Operation Iraqi Freedom. He also served as 1st Sergeant for a multi-national and multi-component unit of over 3500 active duty personnel and their families stationed at a NATO air base in Germany. Prior to his retirement, he served as one of the senior enlisted leaders for the Warrior Transition Unit in San Diego, CA. Assisting over 180 combat wounded Army personnel in transitioning from the Army to civilian life.
In 2012 Mr. Booth founded Combat Veterans to Careers, a not for profit organization helping Veterans and their families through the transition from the military back to civilian life. Growing Combat Veterans to Careers from the ground up, in three years has made a national footprint, helping our Veterans back into successful, fulfilling lives and becoming an intricate part of their local community.