Let’s FIGHT FOR THOSE WHO FOUGHT FOR US.
Our campaign revolves around our mission: to bring reform to the military’s medical separation process (IDES) on behalf of fellow wounded warriors.
We won’t stop until that happens, but mission completion hinges on YOU.
With 5 key points of participation, getting involved has never been easier.
The greater the involvement, the greater the impact.
5 KEY POINTS OF PARTICIPATION
DO you want to see Accountability and reform?
sign our petition.
DO YOU BELIEVE IN OUR MISSION?
help fund it.
HAVE you or A LOVED ONE BEEN MISTREATED in
THE “IDES” PROCESS?
TELL US YOUR STORY.
DO you KNOW SOMEONE WHO SHOULD HEAR ABOUT
DOES YOUR ORGANIZATION WANT TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE?
LET’S JOIN FORCES.
MAJOR (Ret.) Ostan’s Military Bio
Major (Ret.) Ostan began his military career at Fort Drum, NY, in 2008, where he served as an Operational and International Law Judge Advocate, a Legal Assistance Attorney, and a Trial Counsel (Prosecutor) for the 10th Mountain Division (Light Infantry).
He deployed with the Division Headquarters to Iraq for ten months where he served as an Operational and International Law Attorney in Baghdad during Surge Operations.
In 2010, Major (Ret.) Ostan was assigned to 1st Battalion, 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne) where he served as the Battalion Judge Advocate at Fort Bragg, NC, and Eglin Air Force Base, FL. Major (Ret.) Ostan deployed for a five-month rotation to Kandahar, Afghanistan, where he served as the Command Judge Advocate for Special Operations Task Force-South (7th Group Green Berets and Navy Seal Team Five). Major (Ret.) Ostan spearheaded relocation of the 7th Group legal office from North Carolina to Florida during BRAC operations in 2011.
In 2013, Major (Ret.) Ostan was selected by the Commanding General at The Judge Advocate General’s Legal Center and School in Charlottesville, VA, to serve as the Command Judge Advocate. In 2015, Major (Ret.) Ostan became a student in the 64th Judge Advocate General’s Graduate Course, where he earned a Master of Laws Degree (LL.M.).
Following the Graduate Course in 2016, Major (Ret.) Ostan was assigned to serve as the Chief of Military Justice (CoJ) for the U.S. Army Cadet Command & Fort Knox at Fort Knox, KY, where he served until 2018. This is one of the few CoJ positions that manages a nationwide courts-martial jurisdiction and the only one responsible for military justice prosecutions spanning over 1,300 university ROTC programs.
Major (Ret.) Ostan’s awards and decorations include: the Bronze Star Medal with one oak leaf cluster, the Meritorious Service Medal with two oak leaf clusters, the Army Commendation Medal with one oak leaf cluster, and the Army Achievement Medal. Major (Ret.) Ostan is authorized to wear the Parachutist Badge, the Pathfinder Badge, multiple foreign parachutist wings, and the German Armed Forces Badge for Military Proficiency (Gold). Major (Ret.) Ostan is a 2010 graduate from the U.S. Army Special Forces’ SERE (High Risk) winter course at Camp Mackall, NC.