Legal Disclaimer—The Madison College Challenge Outpost 422 Trademark Branding of Blogcasting


What is Outpost 422?

We are the academic brand of veterans who transition from the Veterans Crisis Line to Madison College who help veterans survive the appeals system. We are meet and greet tabling service to assist servicemembers and veterans who attend Madison College. Our mission is to develop a welcoming committee at the Madison College Truax campus.

We are alumni of the Madison College UW Liberal Arts Transfer program and Technical College Apprenticeships. Our responsibility as veterans is to offer our mental health stories as a means to end veteran suicide. We are panelists who welcome companies to assist with Q&A interviews to spread awareness of PTSD and how we’re organizing our coalition to end veteran suicide.

We take donations for CBD Coffee, CBD tea and Chicken Soup. The canteen is the place we veterans come to when we are dog-tired to replenish with coffee and conversation in the field as light fighters. We assist our community as battle buddies to open our discussion to what hardships we have faced with our Building 22 stay and how we can improve how we treat one another.
-Share intel gathered from all American Legion, VFW, and DAV National and Department Conventions.
-Exchange intel
-Tell veteran stories and hand out vouchers
-Meet and Greet “Each Veteran Has a Unique Perspective” Story
-Allan Locia from VRS and Brad Burt from Post 501 Service Officer on site to share
what Truax offers with the VA VITAL program that created this business.

Life is a Landmine Tour Expo Open Speaker Meetings to Share Transition Stories Through the USO. We set up concerts and expos to donate our time to the USO. We take perks and running costs off the top to cover our expenses and the rest will be invested in our Practicum Op-ed campaign to end veteran suicide. The 422nd Rescue and Recovery Brigade is operated by veterans who have found their way out of the abyss.

“We speak the truths about suicide, VA opiate addiction homelessness, to teach writing mechanisms through the Outpost 422 Practicum Internships we are creating.” -Outpost 422 Mission Statement.

July 18th & 19th we will set up our first event at the Department of the American Legion Convention in Madison, WI. We are collecting and redistributing past information in the attempt to write Op-eds for future events. The national crisis calls to write journalism and create our press starting at our State Street headquartered office.

Commander Cobb Solvency Report to our Veteran Organizations in our Newsletter

Anonymous tips receive a $20 Voucher for homeless survey. Homeless will also be required to keep downtown clean and free of pollution from garbage trucks. The Freegan business district at Peace Park is my Culture Park business plan through the Madison College Challenge we are hosting titled, “Operation Restore Americana.” We are teaching homeless to barter vouchers and develop entrepreneurship strategies to prepare for a possible opportunity to clean up and go back to school through VA VITAL.
-Sacred Warrior Outpost 422 Chaplain “The Sacred Warrior Chaplains of the United States Intervention and Prevention Program.”
– Recruit for Wisconsin Hemp Farmers and Manufacturers Association
-Share VA VITAL information
-Broadcast PBS Podcast from the Clarion Broadcast Medium through Practicum
-Write Cobb-ed blogs
-Develop Bob Cobb Survivor stories of 700-word encounters.
-Recruit interns through Commander Cobb vouchers and trust program for program assistance
-Pitch memberships for Post 501 and ask them if they have logged into Ebenefits.
-Sell canteen and military surplus items through 4:22 Chronicles classifieds on website.
-Sell military surplus items through a catalog at our booth

Outpost 422 Executive Summary Flow Chart
I started out at Building 22 after a Veterans Crisis Line referral from a recommendation by the company EAP Program that led to winning my appeal. I am currently re-evaluating and reassessing my harassment story to share a three-minute pitch of what happened, how I ended up in college, and how the VA VITAL Program will help you.

Our interns will enter the first phase of Truax part-time to get acquainted. These three courses are what I recommend first after completing Accuplacer and entrance that we assist with as Service Officers to Post 501. I am asking for three Service Officers to recruit for my program per post.
-Intro to Literature
-Written Communication
-Practicum 1 or a College Writing prep class

I will mentor blog-casting through the Practicum phase to produce a development through the stuck point A-B-C sheets and a tutorial on how to use the Writing Center at Truax. These courses may be taught online and will help tutor at Post 501 on Saturdays.
We will be writing for Hemp Farmers for applied research for the WI DATCP to assist past commanders who are inactive to inspect documentation and cooperative solvency at our Outpost 422 locations we set up on farms. We are writing the service plan at Madison College to assist with transferring to UW Parkside and UW Whitewater. We want the VA VITAL veteran to commit to two years at Truax to keep the Wisconsin tax payer cost down for tuition.


Bradley J. Burt


Welcome to the OutCountry—Guiltshamed and Gaslighted for Reaching Out to the VA for Help

What exactly happens when you get out of the military and end up with a service-connected disability? Post 9/11 combat veterans receive red carpet treatment who go to the front of the line at the VA. The rest of us, those who served in combat in diplomatic wars during the Somalia era, are left in the OutCountry. The VA throws us into appeal and makes us starve financially to tap out. I am currently on my sixth year in remand for a left knee condition I sustained in 1995. Why do you do in the meantime? You fight.

Picture everything you aspired to be turned inside out and you will have what I call a “9/10” disabled veteran. We are disenfranchised for our service who gets ran off the job for seeking help for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. We listen to you when you tell us to call the Veterans Crisis Line. When we end up at the VA, we get interrogated to the third degree who are marginalized beyond compare. We develop Complex PTSD and are filled with a mail-order painkiller death sentence.

There is no yellow brick road. There is no happy ending. Your sacrifice means nothing to the Comp and Pen evaluators at the VA.

  • You are collateral damage. A liability.
  • Your only hope is to try to salvage the grace of an employer who will grant mercy on you and your situation.
  • They tell you to “grow some thick skin.”
  • You are now an outcast, a problem child, who is sent to the OutCountry.

They loved you when you were “over there” in-country. You made your family proud because you served loud. You suspect there may be something wrong, but you know if you use the Employee Assistance Program they will run you off the job. You let the pain manifest beyond any threshold you can bare.


The bottle becomes your nightly embrace. The VA painkillers tell you to take more and the pain will go away. The pain manifests into incarceration. You swear you won’t do it again and pledge to get well. The warrior credo runs through your blood, but you continue to believe the lie there is nothing wrong and you roll the dice at happy hour one more time. The police show up. The soldier and his legacy are flushed down the gutter. One last time to make it up to your mother. She weaps silently praying beside her bed, knowing if her son keeps this up, he will end up dead. PTSD devours all hope. The VA dishes out mail order dope. Another one bites the dust.

The OutCountry is not the end. Outpost 422 is a crisis central website for you to connect with many portals to reach out to any of us who have lived through the crisis to tell the story. The world will change and you will find your niche. There is an extraction helicopter waiting for you until then. We live in a world of conflict and contemplation. Knowing there is a solution changes the game for everyone.

Please take a moment to review all the videos in times of despair and know Outpost 422 harvests support to help you see this through. We are your back up battle buddy. We are here to help you overcome impossibility. You are worth every ounce of courage you can muster. Download the PTSD Coach App and see this through. Even though we live in a cold and dark society. We have each other. We are your sisters and brothers. Stay as long as you like. You are welcome here.