Justin is featured on the motivational magazine style show, Push-Pull by Verizon. The documentary highlights how Justin was able to overcome his injuries, get closer to his wife and move forward.
Justin was the recipient of the 2011 George C. Lang award. This award is bestowed upon an individual who best exemplifies the sprit and virtue of Mr. Lang, who was a humble advocate for all veterans – especially those with disabilities. Surprised by the award, Justin delivered an impromptu but heartfelt acceptance speech.
" Thank you Justin for having the spirit to inspire others in light of the obstacles you have faced in your life. You were able to relate the events that happened in your life and your daily struggles to the struggles that our students have faced in theirs. You are an American hero."
-Dave Jagels, Principal at Mountain View High School
Justin Constantine and actor Joe Mantegna discuss the significance of sacrifice, Memorial Day in general, and the National Memorial Day Concert.
Justin is interviewed by Frederica Whitfield of CNN about issues facing returning veterans such as PTSD and unemployment. Justin discusses the catalyst for his small business, Iraq and Back.
Many of our returning service members suffer from Post Traumatic Stress. Seeking help for it is a sign of strength. Through counseling Justin learned to cope with survivor's guilt, Post Traumatic Stress, and physical injury in a healthy manner.
Justin is honored, awarded by the Legislature of the State of Virginia for his continued service to the Wounded Warrior community and the State of Virginia.
Justin discusses the issues related to veteran unemployment and choices that today’s veterans have as they transition out of the military.
A member of the Entrepreneurship Bootcamp For Disabled Veterans Class of 2009, Justin was excited to share the merits of this entrepreneurship program, and explain why business owners should hire veterans.
Justin is featured in this short film about the extraordinary sacrifice and inspiring resilience of brave American men and women in uniform who have served in Iraq and Afghanistan since 9/11, been wounded and are role models of the human capacity to overcome adversity.