Military Advisory

Bingham C. Jamison, CFA

Bingham Jamison served four years on active duty as an intelligence officer in the U.S. Marine Corps and served two combat tours in Iraq. He writes and speaks on veterans’ issues and is a member of the military advisory board of Veterans Healing Initiative, a nonprofit organization based in Greenville, SC that provides veterans access to treatment for substance abuse and PTSD. He also writes for’s Battleland Blog.

Hon. Robert T. Russell, Jr.

Judge Robert Russell is an Associate Judge for Buffalo City Court
and serves by appointment, as an Acting Erie County Court Judge. In
January of 2008, he created and began presiding over this Country’s first
“Veterans’ Treatment Court”, in collaboration with the Western New York
Health Care Network, Western New York Veterans Project, and with a host
of volunteers veterans that serves as Mentors.

Vice Admiral John G. Morgan, Jr.

With an economics degree from the University of Virginia, John entered the U.S. Navy in 1972 and for the next 36 years was steeped in the practical side of planning, execution, and organizational leadership. On Sept. 11, 2001, John was commanding 10,000 men and women of the USS Enterprise carrier battle group, just then exiting the Strait of Hormuz. Upon getting word of the second plane hitting the World Trade Center he immediately turned the group—on his own authority—to be first in the theater of operations against al Qaeda and the Taliban.