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About The Project

The mission of AM300 is to "Develop, Collaborate, and Deliver 'Hard-Fought Wisdom' to enable other high-performing individuals and teams, across the spectrum of life, to operate at the highest levels of sustained excellence; spanning the Mental, Emotional, Physical, and Spiritual planes of existence."

Jesse Stewart Bio

 

Jesse Stewart is the Founder of AM300 Solutions (www.am300.com). He is a writer, best-selling author, speaker, consultant, and former U.S. Army Ranger. He retired at the rank of Major following multiple combat tours spanning every calendar year from 2003-2010.

The injuries incurred on deployments and five major reconstructive surgeries resulted in a 100% disability rating and status awarded without choice by the U.S. Army and Veterans Affairs (V.A.). Frustrated by the label on him and the "Silent War" quietly taking the lives of 22 Veterans a day hostage by suicide, Jesse began the fight to become the most enabled 100% disabled Veteran possible and the search to find other like-minded individuals and teams. 

That process led to the creation and rise of AM300 Solutions. The mission of AM300 is to "Develop, Collaborate, and Deliver 'Hard-Fought Wisdom' to enable other high-performing individuals and teams, across the spectrum of life, to operate at the highest levels of sustained excellence; spanning the Mental, Emotional, Physical, and Spiritual planes of existence."

His foundation of "Wisdom" derives from his military service as an Army Ranger and the unconventional path back to civilian life following a sudden medical retirement from the military in 2012. He operates within AM300 to cultivate, consolidate, and export this accumulated knowledge to other like-minded high performers for application within their disciplines. 

 

He is the author of the book "Un-Winnable Wars: Finding Victory in the Ashes of Defeat", topping best-seller lists in the United States, Australia, the United Kingdom, and Canada. 

His second book, "The Phoenix Project: Hard-Fought Wisdom to Win", is available for pre-order and scheduled for publication in 2021 (www.am300phoenix.com). The story is the basis for the feature film (The Phoenix Project), currently in pre-production with Ascendant Studios.

The Phoenix Project chronicles his path (starting as a child) to becoming an Army Ranger for just over ten years, serving non-stop and continuous combat deployments to the Middle East from 2003-2010. 

What should have been the start of a successful career instead sets up his unexpected and devastating medical retirement while fighting to recover from five major reconstructive surgeries after wounds incurred fighting the Islamic State of Iraq.  

Retirement served as the gateway to the "Silent War" many Veterans face, not realizing the risk of falling victim to suicide; on average, taking the lives of 22 Veterans daily. The Phoenix Project became the solution, at least to Major (but now retired) Jesse Stewart.

The pinnacle of his military service came in 2006-2009 as the Company Commander of Charlie Troop, 5th Squadron, 73rd Regiment (now known as Task Force 300) in the Diyala River Valley of Iraq; headquarters for the Islamic State of Iraq (ISIS).

 

For his unit's actions in 2006-2007, President George W. Bush awarded Task Force 300 with the Presidential Unit Citation, the smallest such unit to receive the award since the Vietnam War. For his performance in command, Jesse received a two-year early promotion to the rank of Major at 29 years old, a Bronze Star with Valor (one of four Bronze Stars total), the Purple Heart Medal, and two Meritorious Service Medals.

The cost of these accolades proved severe, losing 14 of the Rangers Killed in Action under his command before his 27th birthday. In the same deployment, 49 members of his unit (several losing limbs or eyesight) came home to receive the Purple Heart Award. Several unable to stand and salute while receiving the coveted medal ordained by President George Washington two centuries prior. 

Jesse stood amongst those after a suicide bomber riddled his body from the top of the head to below the knee, leading to five surgeries in less than four years. After the fourth reconstructive knee surgery, physical injuries were deemed too debilitating for the Army to continue to ignore. 

Simultaneously, the mental and emotional pressure (trauma) held below the surface required unthinkable levels of self-medication to maintain. Overnight he started the devastating and immediate medical retirement process to become the youngest retired Major in the Army at 31 years old. Far short of the 20-40 years Senior Leadership (and Jesse) planned for Jesse.

After ten years and one day of military service, he retired with the following awards and decorations: the Bronze Star (with Valor) Medal, Purple Heart Medal, x3 Bronze Star (with Service) Medals, x2 Meritorious Service Medals, Army Commendation Medal, Army Achievement Medal, Humanitarian Service Medal, Operation Iraqi Freedom Medal, Overseas Service Medal, Expert Infantry Badge, Combat Infantry Badge, Pathfinder Badge, Master Parachutist Badge, Senior Parachutist Badge, and the Army Ranger Tab.

 

He also earned two graduate degrees while in the Army, a Master's in Business Administration and a Master's in History. 

Jesse hit the ground running into retirement, helping to establish the nonprofit "The American 300 Warrior Tours" and served as the Executive Director of the 22-Fund. Striving to share the "Hard-Fought Wisdom" gained as an Army Ranger, he served as a Business Professor in the Colangelo School of Business at Grand Canyon University. In 2018, he established (and chaired) the Military Advisory Board for the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Olympic Team.

 

AM300 Solutions continues developing, collaborating, and delivering the evolved "Wisdom" to help World-Class Athletes and other high-performers through the Warrior Athlete Program, a cornerstone of AM300. 

Through AM300, Jesse is humbled and honored to collaborate, speak, train, and work beside organizations from the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Olympic Teams, the U.S. Olympic National Training Center, TEDx, and numerous other high-performing teams and individuals in business, nonprofit, and professional sports.

He proudly recognizes his most significant accomplishments: his two daughters, Addison Denise Stewart and Camille Reese Stewart. Jesse hesitantly resides on social media (all platforms) @am300phoenix.

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