Twenty-seven years in the Army develops skills in men and women that are highly sought after in the civilian world. Many abilities can be taught over time, but some, like leadership, are intangible. From his time as a paratrooper in the 82nd Airborne when he was a junior enlisted soldier, to his time as a Ranger Instructor at the Florida Ranger Camp to his numerous assignments as a Sergeant Major within the Special Operations Command, Sergeant Major (Retired) Scott “Mo” Morrison experienced so much more than most men his age would dream of in a lifetime. These experiences helped shape the man he became and taught him valuable lessons along the way. Twenty-seven years later, it would be these skills that are so highly sought after which lead to a request for him to head up Operation Supply Drop’s ambitious, yet challenging, program – The Teams – as its Program Director.