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Élizabeth Lima nous présente la venu de Claude Maréchal à Montréal au Québec
Warrior Talk Radio with GI Jenn and guest co-host Lance Taylor welcome Hamp Dews and Claude Werner.
Claude Werner, The Tactical Professor, served in Airborne, Ranger, Special Forces and Mechanized Infantry units in the US Army, both an enlisted man and an officer. His military assignments include being a SF A-Team Commander, Intelligence Officer, and Mechanized Infantry Company Commander. In his civilian career, he was Research Director of three commercial real estate firms and was the National Director of Real Estate Research for Deloitte & Touche LLP. His blog is www.TacticalProfessor.com
Hamp Dews was raised in Army family. His father was career officer who served in Infantry ww2, Korea & Vietnam, and as one of original members of 6th SFGA. Hamp joined Army 1966 as airborne infantry enlistee. After Jump school, was accepted to attend SF selection (with age waiver) and graduated SF training Jan 1968 as SF Medic. He served with 7th, 6th, and 5th SFGA. In 5th Group, he performed duties as Medic and Platoon Leader with Detachment B-55, 5th Mobile Strike Force (Mike Force). Participated in Combat Operations throughout Vietnam.
After the war, Hamp was an instructor, Phase 3 Advanced Subject Committee, Training Group. From there, he attended Infantry OCS. Honor Grad; Jan 73. After commissioning, Hamp served in several Infantry assignments (command & staff) until SF Branch was formed. Returned to Special Ops, serving as Director Training & Exercises, ISA in mid 80's. Retired 88. In 1989 he co-founded Mission Technologies, Inc. then served as co-owner and Senior VP from 1989 to 2011. Holder of three US Patents on Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Systems. Retired (again) 2011.
Listen to The Danny Tisdale Show podcast as Danny gets behind the content with Harlem World Magazine contributors Ingrid Hadasah's National Black Programming Consortium's Pitch Black project and CC Minton's Harlem Wellness Challenge Fitness Tips and Claude Jay's at the Blackbird Opening in Harlem and more as they discuss their stories from the month of April 2015.
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Today we are discussing the importance of relaxation in our health. Everyone knows stress kills; so what is the antidote to stressful living? Relaxation!
So I say Stress Less and Live More, simply.
READ MY LIPS' akaRadioRed goes beyond the typical blah-blah-yada-yada canned interview, engaging multiple guests in spontaneous conversations.
Are you an exhausted caregiver for the elderly? For 12+ years Carol Core was the non-paid family caregiver for 3 favorite “old people”—Mom, Dad and Uncle Earl. Her life was like a three-ring circus. She worked fulltime and fulfilled roles as a wife, mother and grandmother, while managing the care, health, finances and safety of these seniors. Passionate about caring for caregivers, she now considers herself an expert in “everything eldercare." Carol equips caregivers everywhere with information, time-savers and personal stories that can help them not only to survive the perils of eldercare, but also to live their own life after caregiving. www.carolCARE.net
Are you [or your bedtime partner] a snorer? Meet Tess Graham, physiotherapist and breathing educator. She observed early in her career that traditional deep breathing exercises, and coughing and lung clearance techniques, left some patients breathless, distressed, dizzy or fatigued. She altered her practice by instinct, but didn't grasp what she'd observed until she studied the work of Professor Konstantin Buteyko, (Russia), biochemist VA Kazarinov (Russia), Dr Claude Lum (UK) and Dr Gregory Magarian (USA). Over the last two decades, Tess has further developed the art of "breathing retraining" and delivered her ground-breaking Better Breathing programs to 5500+ people with extraordinary and consistent success. www.BreatheAbility.com
If you missed our tremendous interview on Thursday’s Frat House Sports Show with Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia’s sports anchor and Philadelphia Flyers analyst John Boruk, here’s your second chance on our “relaxed” Frat House Saturday program!
Frat House Mike is bringing you all the best of this week from the Frat House Sports Radio Network including a chat with our buddy Patt Leggs from NHLNFA.com talking all of the first round match-up’s of the NHL Playoffs and going through the everyone’s “bracket” to the Stanley Cup Finals.
Finally, the Clean-Up Hitters panel had a very interesting and lively conversation about Alex Rodriguez with a caller identified as a “big A-Rod fan.” Today’s show is a must listen just for this little gem.
THIS is a Frat House Saturday program you must hear . . . and, give Frat House Mike a call at 347 – 826 – 9964 . . . because, he’s all by himself, and needs someone to talk to!
What the Flyers need to do during the offseason, the Phillies' first week and the NCAA Tournament will be among the topics Sunday (6:30-7 p.m.) as Gordon Glantz, Ron Opher, Josh Landsburg and Eric Fisher discuss the hottest topics in Philadelphia sports. Call-ins are welcome at 1-805-727-7014.
PowerNomics: The National Plan to Empower Black America was a five-year plan to make Black America prosperous and empowered; self-sufficient and competitive as a group by the year 2005.Dr. Anderson obliterates the myths and illusions of black progress and brings together data and information from many different sources to construct a framework for solutions to the dilemma of Black America. He proposes new principles, strategies and concepts that show blacks a new way to see, think, and behave. The new mind set prepares blacks to take strategic steps to create a new reality. It offers guidance to others who support blacks self-sufficiency. He offers insightful analysis and action steps blacks can take to redesign core areas of life - Education, Economics, Politics and Religion - to our benefit. The action steps in each area require new empowerment tools,a new group vision and a new culture of empowerment - tools designed to counter, if not break many of the racial monopolies in society*Vertical integration and Industrializing black communities are major concepts and strategies*Importance on building industries in black communities that are constructed upon group competitive advantages. *Several models of the strategies. It is infused with Dr. Anderson's trademark creative thinking and answers questions: Why are blacks the only group that equates success with working in a White corporation, government or the entertainment industry? - How did power and wealth - businesses, resources, privileges, income and control of all levels of government get so disproportionately distributed to White society? PowerNomics: The National Plan is the missing link between the historical analysis of problems facing blacks and the strategies needed to correct those problems. LISTEN-IN 917-889-8059
Though she hesitates to call herself a “writer” (she thinks it sounds self-important), author and columnist Rachel Toor has written her way into a new Young Adult novel and onto my list of writers I want to be when I grow up. You’ll remember I blogged about her wise but rude writing advice, and as soon as I hit publish, I emailed her to invite her to the show.
Not only does she write monthly and bi-monthly columns for The Chronicle of Higher Education and Running Times Magazine respectively, she’s published three nonfiction books. Her latest work and first novel, On the Road to Find Out, dropped in 2014 on Farrar, Straus, and Giroux.
In this two-part interview, you’ll learn about Rachel’s career (she’s been a publishing house editor and an admissions counselor at an Ivy League school) and how authors lose some creative control at commercial houses versus university presses. Plus, she tells us what exactly fiction writers mean when they say they can’t wait to see what their characters do next.
Also, in the Writer’s Check In, I give you a tidbit about my experience with submitting to The Reject Pile, which was featured in episode 13.
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