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Join Alaina as she discusses Dangly earrings, Grown Up Field Trips, Desserts On The Fly.
PART II- THE FIELD REPORT: Medical care on and off the Field. We are featuring news stories around our Wounded Warriors and this is a unique chance for us to hear about MST firsthand from a U.S. Soldier in his own words. We will be interviewing Michael Fortune, someone who will help us better understand Military Sexual Trauma.
It's May, and summer road trips are right around the corner! Start planning now by listening to this week's episode of Road Trip Radio. On this episode, we'll discuss how to get your vehicle ready for a cross-country excursion and also decide on some all-important gear every motorist should have on a long trip. Call in to our listener line 24/7 to share your summer road trip tips at (650) 27-DRIVE.
We'll talk about Route 66 and why you won't find it on your typical road atlas in this week's Travel Q&A. Join us for classic commercials from the golden age of radio as we open The Travel Archive (including the 1969 debut of Ronald McDonald), plus we'll enjoy some lighthearted humor On the Lighter Side.
It's another hour of roadtripping, travel, and fun on this week's edition of Road Trip Radio, hosted by Jeremy Krug.
in Self Help
Dr Lee Vickers shares with us a sneak peak about his upcoming book, The Heaven Field. You are going to discover Earth-shattering information that will prove to you that HEAVEN is only contacted in the NOW moment! Proof of Heaven---Only being in the NOW---is being presented from the view point of many of the worlds top religions.
The Upcoming Messiah, you are going to find, IS your inner Light! This Inner Light charges up the Heaven Field--All Around you-- bringing Heaven to Earth in a real way, for your life and family!
Peace on Earth starts with you living your BEST LIFE every day...In the Heaven Field.
The Kingdom of Heaven is within each of us, right NOW!
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to connect with the guest go to..http://bodiesoflight.net
(130) March Air Base
Today Armando Sanchez and I visited March Field Museum in Riverside CA.
This is a prerecorded interview is with Patricia Korzec Director of the Museum, and Gordon Bergslien Docent at the Museum (and as we found it a Teacher in his other life). We went out there to do a show about
(128) Harold R. "Hal" Austin, Colonel US Air Force, Retired
And (129) Francis Gary Powers, Jr., Founder & Chairman Emeritus of the Cold War Museum
Link: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/latino-role-models-success/2014/07/12/francis-gary-powers-jr- founder-chairman-emeritus-of-the-cold-war-museum
We spent a couple of minutes talking about the Museum, and what it takes to run the Museum.
We had a great time at the museum and HIGHLY recommend it to anyone who would like to visit
Please join us this Friday as your host: Angel talk about The Empath Effect and what that FEELS like from YOUR perspective *now*
Join us as Angel hosts this week's show focusing on the Empath's View of Consciousness and Energy!
Open lines this week with Skip Waters on the Lets Talk Trains Show. Call in to talk about your Railfan trips! Who went to the NRHS Convention? Streamliners in Spencer? Watch the Heritage equipment on the way to Spencer? Who rode 765 trips? What other fun trips did you ride so far? Catch any unique trains this Summer with your camera? Call in an let me know! Or, I have a few fun trips to share. Either way, it's all about you and the LTT listener. Call in and be a part of the show! Join us and our regular callers at 10:00 AM Pacific, 12:00 Noon Central Time. The call in telephone number is 646-716-7106
www.my-natural-motherhood-journey.com I'll be talking with homeschooling Mom of two, Sade Tagbo, about her experiences with homeschooling field trips! We'll answer the how to's, what if's and discuss the aspects of the perfect home school field trip! Here's a bit more about Sade:
I am a speaker, blogger, homeschooler and social media maven. I homeschool my two kids and run my home business - implementing social media marketing for small businesses.
When I am not homeschooling, I can be found speaking at schools, churches and women’s groups in the St. Louis area on faith, parenting, homeschooling and personal development.
You can read my personal blog at http://www.sadetagbo.com.
Kosovo Field is a fairly flat plain between the Lab and Sitnica Rivers in southern Serbia several miles northwest of the town of Pristina (although the recently-declared "Republic of Kosovo" refuses to recognize Serbian rule). Bordered on both sides by mountain ranges, the plain was one of the main crossroads of the Balkans since ancient times, giving many an invading army north-south access to the peninsula.
The size and composition of the two armies is doubtful. The best estimates by modern historians put the Serbian coalition army at about 25,000 men, with the Turkish force comprising nearly 40,000. Both armies formed into the traditional right wing, center, and left wing, with each division comprising two distinct lines.
The Serbian right, commanded by provincial lord Vuk Brankovic, totaled around 5000 men. The front line was made up of the "mala vlastela." These were the Serbian minor nobility who were basically similar to the Turkish akincis, who were mounted horse archers wearing lamellar armor (small hardened leather pieces or metal plates held together with leather ties). The second line was infantrymen, using spears, axes, javelins, and bows (possibly also crossbows).
Prince Lazar commanded the Serbian center, which likely mustered 15,000 men altogether. The front line was composed of "veliki vlastela," greater nobles wearing lamellar armor and armed mainly with lances, maces and bows. The second line comprised more Serbian foot soldiers. Due to the size of the center, its formation was much wider than the two wings.