For Nick Ripplinger, the path to being a business owner began when we was 17.
And it moved through Kosovo, Iraq, and back to Dayton before the military veteran went on to found Battle Sight Technologies, a startup with a reusable inferred marker that could support the warfighter on the battlefield, the same place where a leg injury ended his military career.
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Story excerpt provided by Dayton Business Journal.
Written by Tristan Navera.
Originally published November 20, 2018.