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  • 01:00

    Conversation with a Marine Corps General

    in Military

    The May 28, 2015, episode of American Heroes Radio features a conversation with retired Marine Corps General John Admire.


    Major General John Admire, USMC (ret.)  "is a Vietnam and Gulf War Marine. His 43-year United States Marine Corps career includes 33 years of active duty and 5 combat tours as an Infantry Marine, plus 10 years as a consultant and advisor with the US Joint Forces Command and Military Academy Headmaster. He commanded units world-wide at every level from an Infantry Platoon Leader in Vietnam to the Commanding General, 1st Marine Division in California. He served as the Senior Military Social Aide to the President of the United States at the White House, as the Marine Corps' Legislative Liaison to the United States Congress on Capitol Hill, and as a member of General Colin Powell's Joint Staff in the Pentagon. John is an Oklahoman, born and reared in Tulsa. He is a Phi Beta Kappa and Honors graduate of the University of Oklahoma with one Bachelor's and four Master's degrees."  Major General John Admire is the author of Darker than Dark.

  • 00:57

    Le corps aimerait te servir

    in Spirituality

    La Nouvelle Énergie changera l'approche à notre corps, car sa souffrance a une raison. La respiration consciente peux soutenir, aider et guérir!

  • 01:23

    (Encore) Autism Ambassadors Corps Radio "Vocational Training & News" - 8pm PST

    in Culture

    Jason, Sam and their frequent panelist Erin continue their discussion from last week on the topic of Vocational Training and the debatable merits behind it.  Afterwards, they will share a very special announcement.  Remember, you can also be in on the action as a guest by dialing 1-760-825-0903 and pressing #1 on your pad.


     


    Jason-Bunn Parsons is an autistic advocate who has hosted 3 autism conferences (April 2011-2013) and one 6 hour seminar on the subject of Autism at Covenant of Grace Christian Fellowship in Phoenix, Arizona.


    Sam Bartlow is an autistic advocate and graduate, magnum cum laude, of Grand Canyon University (2013).  He has been involved in panel discussions with the Autism Conferences of America and worked as a supervisor of young adults at AZ Assist since February of 2009.

  • Autism Ambassadors Corps Radio "Vocational Training & News" - 8pm PST

    in Culture

    Jason, Sam and their frequent panelist Erin continue their discussion from last week on the topic of Vocational Training and the debatable merits behind it.  Afterwards, they will share a very special announcement.  Remember, you can also be in on the action as a guest by dialing 1-760-825-0903 and pressing #1 on your pad.


     


    Jason-Bunn Parsons is an autistic advocate who has hosted 3 autism conferences (April 2011-2013) and one 6 hour seminar on the subject of Autism at Covenant of Grace Christian Fellowship in Phoenix, Arizona.


    Sam Bartlow is an autistic advocate and graduate, magnum cum laude, of Grand Canyon University (2013).  He has been involved in panel discussions with the Autism Conferences of America and worked as a supervisor of young adults at AZ Assist since February of 2009.

  • 02:01

    (Encore) Autism Ambassadors Corps Radio "Vocational Training" - 8pm PST

    in Education

    Jason-Bunn Parsons and Sam Bartlow, with their frequent panelist Erin, will welcome special guest and long time friend David Brown in a discussion on the topic of "Vocational Training" and the viewpoints towards it influenced by their generous heap of experiential knowledge.


     


    Jason-Bunn Parsons is an autistic advocate who has hosted 3 autism conferences (April 2011-2013) and one 6 hour seminar on the subject of Autism at Covenant of Grace Christian Fellowship in Phoenix, Arizona.


    Sam Bartlow is an autistic advocate and graduate, magnum cum laude, of Grand Canyon University (2013).  He has been involved in panel discussions with the Autism Conferences of America and worked as a supervisor of young adults at AZ Assist since February of 2009.

  • 02:01

    Autism Ambassadors Corps Internet Radio: "Vocational Training" - 8pm PST

    in Training

    Jason-Bunn Parsons and Sam Bartlow, with their frequent panelist Erin, will welcome special guest and long time friend David Brown in a discussion on the topic of "Vocational Training" and the viewpoints towards it influenced by their generous heap of experiential knowledge.


     


    Jason-Bunn Parsons is an autistic advocate who has hosted 3 autism conferences (April 2011-2013) and one 6 hour seminar on the subject of Autism at Covenant of Grace Christian Fellowship in Phoenix, Arizona.


    Sam Bartlow is an autistic advocate and graduate, magnum cum laude, of Grand Canyon University (2013).  He has been involved in panel discussions with the Autism Conferences of America and worked as a supervisor of young adults at AZ Assist since February of 2009.

  • 02:00

    Autism Ambassadors Corps Internet Radio: "Transition To Independance" - 8pm PST

    in Health

    *ENCORE*


    new government act related to autistic individuals and their independance has been circulating.  James-Bunn Parsons, Sam Bartlow, and their regular panelist Erin will be giving this a throughough brush down with discussion, debate and a forewarning of what this will mean for autistic people.  They will be joined by special guest Jade Gable, Director of "Rusty's Morningstar Brance" (A home for Autistic Adults).


    Jason-Bunn Parsons is an autistic advocate who has hosted 3 autism conferences (April 2011-2013) and one 6 hour seminar on the subject of Autism at Covenant of Grace Christian Fellowship in Phoenix, Arizona.


    Sam Bartlow is an autistic advocate and graduate, magnum cum laude, of Grand Canyon University (2013).  He has been involved in panel discussions with the Autism Conferences of America and worked as a supervisor of young adults at AZ Assist since February of 2009.


     

  • 01:05

    Stew and The Nunn, Episode 22 with Mitchell "Taco" Bell

    in Military

    LtCol Mitch “Taco” Bell joined the Marine Corps in 1986 and was winged a Naval Aviator in January of 1991. He flew the KC-130 in Cherry Point, NC, Okinawa Japan and Fort Worth TX in the Reserves.  His primary duty has been Recruiting for nine of his 29 years in the Marine Corps.


    In 1998, he left active duty, was hired by American Airlines, and currently flies the Boeing 787 around the world. As a reservist, he ran an old Mig Base in TQ Iraq from 2005 to 2006 and worked with the Afghan Police for 8 months in 2008 and again for a short tour in 2009 with Prison Corrections over in Afghanistan.


    Bell currently assists with numerous charities and Veterans organizations in the DFW area. He directs Purple Hearts Reunited’s Valor Guard, a return team dedicated to delivering lost medals of valor across the country.

  • 01:58

    (Encore) Autism Ambassadors Corps Internet Radio "Being Social" - 8pm PST

    in Health

    It's Episode Four of the Jason-Bunn Parsons and Sam Bartlow hosted, Erin guest paneling, show.  And tonight, these individuals will discuss the mine-field that is being social and Social Skills in general.  With recollections from their personal lives, these people shed the light on how the autistic mindset contributes to both the trials and tribulations of being social and Social Skills.


     


    Jason-Bunn Parsons is an autistic advocate who has hosted 3 autism conferences (April 2011-2013) and one 6 hour seminar on the subject of Autism at Covenant of Grace Christian Fellowship in Phoenix, Arizona.


    Sam Bartlow is an autistic advocate and graduate, magnum cum laude, of Grand Canyon University (2013).  He has been involved in panel discussions with the Autism Conferences of America and worked as a supervisor of young adults at AZ Assist since February of 2009.

  • 01:01

    Episode 316: Getting Female Combat Integration Right With LtCol Kate Germano

    in Military

    How do we get combat integration of women right? The quest has moved well away from "if" and in to "how."


    With an apparent broad disconnect between biological realities, cultural norms, and political desires, what is the right way for military leaders to carry out their orders while ensuring that combat effectiveness is maintained.


    Our guest to discuss this and related issues for the full hour will be Lieutenant Colonel Kate Germano, USMC.


    Commissioned in August 1996, LtCol Germano has served for over 19 years on active duty in the United States Marine Corps.  A combat veteran, she additionally participated in numerous operational and humanitarian assistance and disaster relief deployments.  Ashore, her duties including a year as the Marine Aide to the Secretary of the Navy. 


    She was selected for command twice, most recently as the commanding officer of the Marine Corps’ only all-female unit, the 4th Recruit Training Battalion. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Goucher College, where she majored in History with a pre-law emphasis.  In 2011, she graduated with distinction from the Marine Corps Command and Staff College, earning her Masters of Military Science degree.  She is actively engaged in the struggle to end gender bias in the military, and is a vocal proponent for equal rights and the elimination of double standards and lowered expectations for female conduct and performance.

  • 00:32

    QYR-NJ Youth Corps

    in Entertainment

    Today Quest features three segments starting with Aaron Sherrod. Who tells us about Claudia Jordan who is an actress and model for his Diamond segment.Madrid Smith follows with a segment on two words Equality and Treatment.He invites us to see each others content of our human character.Naji Dwyer shouts out the University of Connecticut's men and women as National basketball champions.We conclude with this weeks special representitives from the New Jersey Youth Corps and the New Jersey Youth Explorers Museum.Gary Patnosh Director,Doug Bailey student crew leader,and Ryan current student in training.To contact them call 201-200-3101