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  • 00:17

    Listen to 1LT Eric Conrad talk about Indonesia & Ranger/Airborne Graduations

    in Military

    Listen 24/7: 1LT Eric Conrad Infantry Officer, Scout Platoon Leader, HHC 3BCT 25ID. He talks about his Service and about his Ranger School and Airborne School Graduations plus more. Please SHARE


    More Info: http://thankyouforyourservice.us/issue/november-2015/article/listen-to-1lt-eric-conrad-talks-about-his-ranger-airborne-graduations-being-a-scout-platoon-leader

  • 02:18

    BROTHERHOOD BEYOND BROTHERS

    in Military

    Shane Krutchen US MARINE and Purple Heart recipient and WSOF mixed martial artist Shane Krutchen is someone who is on another level when it comes to giving back 3rd Battalion 5th Marines, Infantryman, Shane Krutchen received his Purple Heart for his brave actions in combat after being wounded by the enemy in Iraq.


    Richard Ojeda I retired from the US Army.I served in squared away units,82nd Airborne,10th Mountain and 2nd Infantry,He has four deployment in support of the GWOT,served in Europe and in Korea and was in Haiti immediately following the earthquake in 2010
    Major Ojeda took his oath o1989 and shortly afterwards attended and graduated from Basic and Advanced Individual Training at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri as a Bridge Crew member. Following his initial training, he was assigned to the 130th Engineer Brigade in Hanau, Germany where he would spend the next two years (the first year during the Cold War)as a member of the 814th Engineer Company (Assault)(Float Bridge).Immediately following his tour of duty in Europe, he would return to the United States and be stationed at Fort Bragg, North Carolina where he would serve in the 20th Engineer Brigade (Combat)(Airborne),assigned to the 264th Engineer Company (Airborne) (Medium Girder Bridge), the only Airborne Bridge Unit in the world. During his time in the 264th, he would attain the rank of Sergeant, and attend and graduate both the US Army Basic Airborne Course and the Sapper Leader Course.In the summer of 1993, Major Ojeda would apply for, and would be granted a Green to Gold scholarship to attend college at West Virginia State College (now University) as a cadet through the Reserve Officer Training Corps Program. Simultaneously, he would also serve as a Non Commissioned Officer in Detachment 6,150th Armor as a Cavalry Scout. It was during this period of time when Major Ojeda competed for,and won a slot to attend and graduate the 101st Air Assault Course located at Fort Campbell, Kentucky.

  • 00:59

    The LizyT show with alersense.com

    in Entrepreneur

    The LizyT show with alersense.com


    AlerSenseTM was founded by a team of passionate people who are determined to change the way we look at airborne contaminants and toxins which could cause allergies and asthma. To date, the world has accepted the fact that allergies and asthma attacks occur without warning and “just happen”. We wanted to work on a project that would help people throughout the world understand when contaminants are building up in the home so that they can make the appropriate adjustments. We’ve combined some of the world’s most advanced detection hardware & sensors, with a smart mobile app that will allow users to record allergy and asthma symptoms (when they notice the symptoms) against the home airborne environment, at that precise moment. Our goal is to give consumers a system that will provide enough time to make a change to their environment while becoming smarter as more information is input into the system.


    Airborne contaminants are usually invisible to the naked eye and therefore attack unannounced. Well, we’re here to make the announcement.


    http://www.alersense.com/

  • 02:00

    Positive Change? Is It Possible? We Ask Teiji Kimball

    in Politics Conservative

    Southern Sense is a show of conservative talk on news and events, with Annie "The Radio Chick" Ubelis as host and Curtis "CS" Bennett, co-host.  Informative, fun, irreverent and politically incorrect, you never know where we'll go, but you'll love the journey!


    Visit our website at http://www.Southern-Sense.com, become a member and follow us here and on Facebook.


    Guest: Teiji Kimball, Candidate for U.S. Congress, NC D4


    "Government is supposed to be “We the People”  and yet the gridlock in Washington D.C. is anything but what the People want. We wanted a representative that fought for our concerns for Education that allowed our children and ourselves to succeed, Economics and Jobs that allowed us to have a life rather than just exist, personal liberty unencumbered with unfair regulations that infringed on our personal pursuit of happiness.  http://www.kfc2016.com/


    Dedication: Staff Sergeant Gregory Allen Fronius, United States Army, was awarded the Silver Star (Posthumously) for conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity in action while serving with the 3d Battalion, 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne), in El Salvador, on 31 March 1987.

  • 02:31

    THE AMERICAN VOICE WITH KRISTINA

    in Military

    Chris Dorsey founder of Warrior Overwatch, Army 19d (Scout) from 01-05, combat veteran OIF 1 Senior Chaplain Barry A. Mainardi


    Chaplain Barry graduated from the University of Dayton in 1965. He served with the U.S. Army until 1974 and received an Honorable Discharge at the rank of Captain. During his tour of service, Barry was both an Airborne Jumpmaster and an instructor pilot. He served in two combat areas, including Vietnam, where he was awarded a Distinguished Flying Cross, Bronze Star, Army Commendation Medal with “V”, Air Medals, Purple Heart & Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry with Oak Leaf. Barry feels his status as a disabled veteran helps him assist other veterans whose experiences he has paralleled.


    Barry dedicates his life serving our Lord Christ Jesus as an ordained Senior Chaplain with Chaplaincy Nevada where he currently serves as Director of Administration and currently serves as Chair of the Chaplaincy Advisory Board. Barry also serves with 10,000Kids (producer of Emmy nominee Trafficked-No-More) as Team Leader; METRO Human Trafficking Taskforce Partner; A Project Coordinator for Nevada Sex Trafficking Awareness Campaign under the tutelage of Pastor Troy Martinez, Co-Chair of the Southern NV Community Gang Taskforce on Human Trafficking; METRO RECAP (Reclaiming Every City Around Peace) First Responder; Red Rock Search and Rescue Chaplain Liaison; Clark County School District Police Chaplain Liaison; Mayor's Faith Based Initiative on Human Trafficking Moderator; and is a METRO Volunteer with approximately 17,000 hours of service during the last 11 years. Barry attends International Church of Las Vegas where he is a certified Maxwell Leadership Course Instructor.


    Barry has approximately 40 years of experience in the securities industry. For the last 20 years, Barry is serving as an Arbitrator for the Financial Industries Regulatory Authority (FINRA).

  • 00:29

    HR Examiner Radio: Peter Weddle, CEO, WEDDLE's Media Group & CEO, TAtech

    in Business

    Peter Weddle has been the CEO of three HR consulting companies, a Partner in the Hay Group and the recipient of a Federal award for leadership-related research.  Described by The Washington Post as "... a man filled with ingenious ideas," he has authored or edited over two dozen books and been a columnist for The Wall Street Journal, National Business Employment Weekly and CNN.com.


    His most recent books include A Prescription for the Soul: A Historical Novel About Boomers & the American Dream, A Multitude of Hope: A Novel About Rediscovering the American Dream, The Career Fitness Workbook: How to Find, Win & Hang Onto the Job of Your Dreams, The Career Activist Republic and The Success Matrix: Wisdom from the Web on How to Get Hired & Not Be Fired. 


    Weddle is also the CEO of WEDDLE's Media Group, which operates both a print publishing company and six websites specializing in employment and career issues.  In addition, he is the CEO of TAtech: The Association for Talent Acquisition Solutions (formerly IAEWS), the trade organization for the global talent acquisition technology industry.


    An Airborne Ranger, Weddle is a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point.  He has attended Oxford University and holds advanced degrees from Middlebury College and Harvard University.

  • 00:18

    Making Every Breath Count with AlerSense

    in Health

    CEO & founder of AlerSense; Skip Sanzeri will be our guest  to provide information to the listeners regarding AlerSense. Alersense is a the world's first smart allergy and asthma quality alert system. It should be utilized as your overall Asthma and Allergy management plan. Alersense was founded by a team of passionate people whom are determined to change the way we look at airborne contaminants and toxins which causes allergies and asthma. Skip is a Silicon Valley entrepreneur who has helped a variety of startups launch grow and exit. He has launched a few of his own companies. We will learn much from the show and this is very resourceful for those whom are embarking upon the Spring 2016. These tools and resources will help you to say bye-bye to getting caught off guard of these allergies and asthma illnesses.

  • THE AMERICAN VOICE

    in Military

    Chris Dorsey founder of Warrior Overwatch, Army 19d (Scout) from 01-05, combat veteran OIF 1 Senior Chaplain Barry A. Mainardi


    Chaplain Barry graduated from the University of Dayton in 1965. He served with the U.S. Army until 1974 and received an Honorable Discharge at the rank of Captain. During his tour of service, Barry was both an Airborne Jumpmaster and an instructor pilot. He served in two combat areas, including Vietnam, where he was awarded a Distinguished Flying Cross, Bronze Star, Army Commendation Medal with “V”, Air Medals, Purple Heart & Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry with Oak Leaf. Barry feels his status as a disabled veteran helps him assist other veterans whose experiences he has paralleled.


    Barry dedicates his life serving our Lord Christ Jesus as an ordained Senior Chaplain with Chaplaincy Nevada where he currently serves as Director of Administration and currently serves as Chair of the Chaplaincy Advisory Board. Barry also serves with 10,000Kids (producer of Emmy nominee Trafficked-No-More) as Team Leader; METRO Human Trafficking Taskforce Partner; A Project Coordinator for Nevada Sex Trafficking Awareness Campaign under the tutelage of Pastor Troy Martinez, Co-Chair of the Southern NV Community Gang Taskforce on Human Trafficking; METRO RECAP (Reclaiming Every City Around Peace) First Responder; Red Rock Search and Rescue Chaplain Liaison; Clark County School District Police Chaplain Liaison; Mayor's Faith Based Initiative on Human Trafficking Moderator; and is a METRO Volunteer with approximately 17,000 hours of service during the last 11 years. Barry attends International Church of Las Vegas where he is a certified Maxwell Leadership Course Instructor.


    Barry has approximately 40 years of experience in the securities industry. For the last 20 years, Barry is serving as an Arbitrator for the Financial Industries Regulatory Authority (FINRA).

  • 02:04

    THE AMERICAN VOICE

    in Military

    Carter Davis 


    Carter was born in Portland Oregon in 1988. He was raised in Beaverton and graduated from Forest Grove High school in 2007. Wanting to serve his country, Carter joined the Navy to be a Corpsman during his senior year of High school and left for boot camp in August 2007 following graduation. Following boot camp he attended Naval Hospital Corps School at Great Lakes, followed by Field Medical Training Battalion and Combat Trauma Management before being assigned to 1st battalion 1st Marines under 1st Marine Division at Camp Pendleton, CA. Carter was then assigned to Bravo Company 1/1 Weapons Platoon where he first met co-founder Wade Luethi who was an 0341 mortar man. Carter and Wade both deployed in January 2009 on the 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit where they conducted security, training, joint-military operations, and counter-piracy until summer 2009. Carter medically retired in July 2013 and moved to Los Angeles, CA where he spent approximately 1 year before returning home to Oregon. Carter began Lift For The 22 after battling his own identity issues after separating from the military and dealing with depression. Carter’s vision is to bring the joy of a fitness centered support network to the veteran community in order to lower the prevalence of Veteran suicides.


     


     COREY VON GINKLE Former Combat Medic 82 Airborne Division

  • 02:02

    BROTHERHOOD BEYOND BROTHERS

    in Military

    Bobby Henline is an American hero who spreads joy and hope through his love of stand-up comedy.A veteran of Desert Storm by age 19,Bobby was inspired to re-enlist in the Army after the attacks on Sept.11th, 2001.He deployed to Iraq three times.Twice with the 82nd Airborne Division and once with the 3rd Armored Calvary regiment.On April 7th, 2007,tragedy struck when Bobby’s Humvee was hit by a roadside bomb just north of Bagdad.Of five men in the vehicle,Bobby was the only survivor.Over 38% of his body was burned and his head was burned to the skull; he spent six months in the hospital fighting for his life,and within two years Bobby’s left hand had to be amputated.To date he has had over 40 surgeries.
    In Aug ,2009 Bobby pinky swore with his occupational therapist that he would try stand-up comedy in LA while he was in town for a doctor’s visit. Shortly thereafter, during an open mic night at the Comedy Store,Well-Done Comedian was born.Bobby believes that God kept him alive for a reason


    Rev.Bill McDonald Known in the military veteran community as the ultimate advocate and supporter of both his fellow Vietnam veterans He has been assisting and aiding both communities since the end of the Vietnam War and his own return to civilian life.He lobbies both the California St. legislature as well as Congress as a pro bono crusader of veteran rights and issues.Bill was a Huey helicopter crew-chief/door-gunner with the famed Tomahawks 128th Assault Helicopter Company in Phu Loi,South Vietnam in 66-67.This was one of the most decorated helicopter units in the war. He was awarded many medals and ribbons including The Distinguished Flying Cross,The Bronze Star Medal, 14 Air Medals,The Purple Heart Medal.author of several books A Spiritual Warrior’s Journey Purple Hearts Scared Eye and his newly updated autobiography Warrior A Spiritual Odyssey” A new book is coming out next year Alchemy of a Warrior’s Heart


     

  • 00:13

    Army Heroes Mentor America's Youth presented by Life Lessons from Veterans

    in Lifestyle

    Meet one of America's special military heroes, Daniel Posey.


    Current: Fort Bragg, NC (Fayetteville, NC) Raised: Orange TX, Buna, TX           


    "Staff Sgt. Daniel Posey joined the Army in 200as an infantryman, and attended One Station Unit Training at Ft. Benning Georgia.Upon completion, he attended Airborne School and the Special Forces Qualification Course (SFQC). Following graduation in 2011, Posey was assigned to 3rd Special Forces Group (Airborne), Company C, 2nd Battalion.Posey had multiple deployments to Afghanistan, a deployment to Iraq, and Kazakhstan.His military education includes Airborne School, Special Forces Sniper School, Jump Master, Special Forces Advanced Recon, Target Analysis, and Exploitation Techniques.EACH YEAR, THE U-S ARMY ALL-AMERICAN BOWL HONORS SOME OF THE TOP HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PLAYERS AND BAND MEMBERS IN THE COUNTRY.THE GAME IS THE NATION’S PREMIER HIGH SCHOOL ALL-STAR GAME.


    IT’S COMPRISED OF PLAYERS AND MUSICIANS WHO MIRROR THE LEADERSHIP ABILITIES OF THE U-S ARMY, AND IS UNIQUE FOR THE WAY IT PAIRS TOGETHER THESE TEENAGERS WITH U-S ARMY MENTORS.WHAT ARE SOME THINGS THAT MAKE THE U-S ARMY ALL-AMERICAN BOWL SPECIAL WHO ARE SOME OF THE PLAYERS OR MENTORS WHO WILL BE PARTICIPATING IN THE GAME? HOW ARE THE U-S ARMY MENTORS CHOSEN? WHAT ARE SOME OF THE ACTIVITIES DURING BOWL WEEK FOR YOU AND THE HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS?THE U.S. ARMY IS PERHAPS ONE OF THE WORLD’S BEST TEAMS. WHY IS THE ARMY SUCH A POWERFUL TEAM FOR THE NATION? THEY SAY THAT IT’S THE AMERICAN SOLDIER THAT MAKES THE U.S. ARMY TEAM SO EFFECTIVE. WHY DID YOU THINK ARMY SOLDIERS ARE SO RESPECTED AND WHY DID YOU JOIN THE ARMY TEAM?WHERE CAN WE TUNE IN TO SEE THE GAME?The U.S. Army All-American Bowl will be played on Saturday, Jan. 9, 2016, and will be broadcast live nationally on NBC at 1 p.m.