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David Bradt - Former Army Entomologist

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Did you know the military employs entomologists? David Bradt, a former entomologist in the US Army, shares his experiences and career path. Although he was a life-long lover of all things creepy-crawly, he didn't settle on entomology until he was in college. He then got into mosquito control and was able to apply his knowledge both overseas and at home in the US.

I couldn't pass up the opportunity to ask what would happen if we got rid of all the mosquitos in the world. I'll let you watch the video to find out what he thinks 😉

I had a great time interviewing David and hearing his stories and experiences. Being a military entomologist isn't for everyone, but it can be a fantastic career option.

Here is the book that David mentions in the interview: The Mosquito: A Human History of Our Deadliest Predator