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Listen 24/7 anytime after April 28, 2015 to SSG Graig J. Hollis with B 3/7 Field Artillery, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division. This is the second in a Series of Call In Programs with The "Bronco" Brigade 3rd Brigade Combat Team currently stationed in Hawaii.
More info on our news site http://thankyouforyourservice.us/issue/april-2015/article/listen-to-ssg-graig-j-hollis-with-bravo-battery-3-7-field-artillery-3rd-brigade-combat-team
Listen 24/7 to this program that aired April 20, 2015 with:
Captain Tanya Roman with 19 years of service to our country and Public Affairs Officer with 3rd Brigade Combat Team.
PV2 Ruhmann, Travis of Alpha Battery, 3-7 Field Artillery, 3rd Brigade Combat Team
And Ryli Richardson Mother of PV2 Ruhmann!!!
www.talkingWithHeroes Introduces a New Series of Call In Programs with The "Bronco" Brigade 3rd Brigade Combat Team currently stationed in Hawaii. This New Series of Call In Programs will continue through December and will include Soldiers with 25 Infantry Division, 3rd Brigade Combat Team. Battalions are 3-7 Field Artillery, 2-35 Infantry Battalion, 325 Brigade Support Battalion, 29th Engineer Battalion, 3-4 Cavalry Squadron and 2-27 Infantry Battalion.
They are on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/325idbroncos
More Info at: http://thankyouforyourservice.us/issue/april-2015/article/listen-to-pv2-ruhmann-travis-of-alpha-battery-3-7-field-artillery-3rd-brigade-combat-team
This week's episode is all sorts of fun!
North and South Korea are trading artillery fire...again.
Jared Fogle loses everything in child scandal
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras resigns amid party rebellion
Fake pot is officially a crisis in D.C., where people apparently haven't realized real pot is legal now.
Another police shooting in St. Louis has people upset even though the suspect was armed
The 2016 candidates have weighed in on the 14th Amendment, and so will we!
The Bonehead/Hero of the Week, Jon's Soapbox, Ira's Random Thoughts and much, much more!
The Voice of Track & Field, Larry Rawson - is featured on today's broadcast of The Thomas Loop Radio Show. His credentials are below -
COLLEGE AND MILITARY.
Boston College. Graduated with a major in marketing and minor in finance. Ran 4.07 for the mile. Inducted into the BC Athletic Hall of Fame (1984).
Lieutenant, United States Marine Corps. Intelligence and artillery officer, and served in combat in Vietnam as artillery forward observer. All-Marine track & field champion. Competed internationally representing the USA.
TRACK & FIELD AND MARATHON RADIO AND TV BROADCASTING CAREER
1980 to present. Commentator for ESPN-TV for track & field and marathons since the inception of the network. Also have worked for most of the other major TV networks. Commentator for 4 World Championships and 7 summer Olympic Games in track & field. Commentator for 38 NCAA Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field Championships for ESPN and CBS. International and national co-host for television for Chicago, New York and Boston marathons (up to 35 yrs).
Two-time national and 2-time regional Emmy award winner for track and field and sports journalism commentary, for ESPN and Madison Square Garden network.
Custer's Luck Radio Show host Jean Barto reports live from the Gettysburg Battle Reenactment, where, postponed from early July, Union and Confederate units reenact a portion of the Pickett's Charge assault.
TONIGHT on Full Spectrum Radio join Dennis Estlock and I as we discuss St. Albans this past weekends investigation!!!
Described by many experienced paranormal teams as the “most active location on the east coast” – a night at St Albans Sanatorium is not for the weak or squeamish! Long before the St Albans Lutheran Boys School came into existence in 1892; members of the Powhatan, Shawnee and Cherokee Indian tribes inhabited this land. The Draper’s Meadow Massacre in 1775 tells the story of the horrors faced by early pioneers and of Mary Draper Ingles journey home after her capture by the Shawnees.
The Civil War also had its share of violence on this hill overlooking the New River. In 1865 Union forces defeated Confederate forces during the battles of Newbern and Cloyd’s Mountain. Union artillery bombarded the settlement of Central Depot (now the city of Radford) from the ridge where St Albans stands today.
On June 28, 1980 the heinous murder of Gina Renee Hall was committed not far from St Albans and her blood stained car was found only a few hundred yards away on Hazel Hollow Road. Often when paranormal investigations are conducted in the basement, and in particular the bowling alley, a strange and almost sentient mist is seen in conjunction with the mention of her name.
For nearly a decade paranormal groups have investigated St Albans and the reports of full bodied apparitions, shadow figures, levitating objects, disembodied (often threatening) voices and physical contact are just some of the documented occurrences. A “ghost hunt” at St Albans Sanatorium is much more than an occasional slamming door, benign EVPs, blinking flashlights or rolling balls. It promises to be an evening complete with anticipation, excitement and fear!
The next book from USNI's 21st Century Foundations series is 21st Century Ellis, edited by Capt. B.A. Friedman, USMC.
This book covers the work of Lt. Col. "Pete" Ellis, USMC who in 1921 predicted the coming war with Japan.
Included in this collection are some o f his articles on counterinsurgency and conventional war based on his experiences in WWI and the Philippines.
Capt. Friedman will be with us for the full hour to discuss this and more.
Capt. B.A. Friedman is a field artillery officer in the United States Marine Corps currently stationed at Camp Lejeune, NC. He is pursuing a master's degree in national security and strategic studies through the Naval War College.
PHILADELPHIA REVOLITIONARY TELECAST SPEAKER BROTHER PTAH 2015 WILL TOUCH ON ARE BLACK SINGLE AMERICAN WOMEN GIVEING BIRTH TO TOMORROWS CRIMINAL MOSTERS STREET BASTARDS AND FUTURE RECHET BOYS OF ARTILLERY WWW.BLOGTALKRADIO.COM PHILADELPHIA REVOLITIONARY TELECAST
During times of war the fighting men on the front line after so much battle need a little rest and relaxation off the line. When they are taken off the line they get hot food, clean socks and a goodnight's sleep. Sometimes when they are away from the sound of artillery and munitions firing they can get the idea that there is no war going on. However, the enemy never lets them forget the fight and dangers of war. The enemy sometimes creeps behind the lines to kill the sick, weak and the weary battle worn soldier trying to rest. Therefore a soldier must always keep his shield, sword and helmet close by him. He must be ready for battle by sneak attack!
Aaron Mallary is honored to serve as the National Program Director of The Soldiers Project. Aaron enlisted in the US Navy in 1993 and served 14 years as a Combat Aircrew Flight Engineer on-board P-3C and C-130 aircraft. Aaron left active duty in 2007 and commissioned as a Field Artillery Officer in the California Army National Guard. Aaron deployed a total of nine times in his career and was awarded the Navy Commendation Medal with Combat V, and the Air Medal for his actions during combat operations in Iraq and Afghanistan. While on active duty, Aaron completed his BS in Management from American Military University and is currently completing his Masters degree in Psychology, Marriage and Family Therapy, at Brandman University. Aaron comes to us by way of Volunteers of Americas Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) program where he served as the Veteran Outreach Manager.
Custer's Luck Radio Show host Jean Barto briefly discusses the July 3rd artillery prep and movement to contact of Lee's Army of Northern Virginia commonly known as "Pickett's Charge."
We had a chance in January to visit at his Washington Hall office at West Point, Brigadier General John Thomson, the Commandant of Cadets. Gen. Thomson is a former Army football player and has been a guest several times on our radio shows. A good friend and great officer of the US Army, we are pleased to introduce him to you.
Our interview first aired on WVOX 1460 AM in New Rochelle, our home base for Sons of the American Legion Radio.
From the West Point webpage:
Brigadier General John (J.T.) Thomson hails from Tyler, Texas and earned his commission as a Second Lieutenant of Field Artillery on May 28, 1986. He assumed duties as the 75th Commandant of Cadets for the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, New York in August 2014.
In 1991, BG Thomson was assigned to the 2nd Armored Cavalry Regiment in Nuremburg, Germany, then served as a Tactical Officer for the U.S. Corps of Cadets at West Point, New York until 1997. From 1998 to 2003, BG Thomson was assigned to the 4th Infantry Division at Fort Hood, Texas. From May 2007 to February 2008, he served as Executive Officer to the Commanding General of Multi-National Corps in Baghdad, Iraq.
BG Thomson commanded the 41st Fires Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division at Fort Hood, Texas from 2009 to 2011, then became the Director of the Chief’s Coordination Group (CCG) for the 38th Chief of Staff of the Army in the Pentagon. From April 2013 to July 2014, he served as Deputy Commanding General for the 4th Infantry Division at Fort Carson, Colorado (deploying to Afghanistan).
BG Thomson earned a B.S. degree in Computer Engineering from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, New York in 1986 and a M.S. degree in Counseling and Leader Development from Long Island University in 1995.
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