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    I enlisted in July 2007 as a 68W combat medic. Served 3 months in Egypt for support in Almaza. Swapped as a recruiter for a time. Got out in Jan 2013. I went into firefighting after my time in service because I felt the need to serve and hell my country still. Due to physical injuries I had to stop fire fighting and am in school to get eventually get my masters in psychology. Currently I train service dogs for veterans with a fellow Warrior Pointe member.

    Bob Obernier

    Former FMF Hospital Corpsman, 25 year career in the Fire Service & retired as a Battalion Chief. Hazardous Materials Incident Commander, Tallahassee Fire Department Hazardous Materials Responce Team. 5 years SWAT Medic Team Leader, Tallahassee Police Department Tactical Apprehension & Control Team. USAR Tech, Medical Specialist, Safety Officer, FLTF-7. Type 3 IMT Operations Section Chief with the City of Tallahassee.

    Brett Johnson
    Co-Founder / CEO
    Veterans Sportsman Alliance

    Ryan Weaver is a high energy, all-American, rockin’ country music artist who proudly served as an active duty Blackhawk Helicopter Pilot, Chief Warrant Officer 3, in the United States Army. His first co-written single, “Crank It” was recently released to secondary radio with its music video playing nationally on ZUUS Country and The Heartland Network. His follow up single, Growing up with a family of eleven in a small town in Floral City, central Florida, Ryan joined the Army right after high school. After several years of working in the Military Intelligence field, Ryan followed in the footsteps of both of his two older brothers, Steve and Aaron, by attending Warrant officer Candidate School and flight school. He graduated top of his class in flight school, becoming a Blackhawk Helicopter Pilot.


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    Georgia Wrestling Now with JT Dunn

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    On this Labor Day edition of Georgia Wrestling Now, Wrestling with Pop Culture's Jonathan Williams welcomes Matt Hankins back as co-host. A lot has changed for Hankins since his days on GWN, so he will fill us in on what he is up to at Platinum Championship Wrestling as Sacred Ground approaches. Our guest this week is Northeast tag team grappler "The Juice" JT Dunn, who makes his Atlanta Wrestling Entertainment debut on Sept. 13 challenging Jimmy Rave for the Georgia Wrestling Crown. Dunn discusses his numerous wrestling achievements, incluidng being dubbed Professional Wrestling's Savior and That New Knockout Kid, teaming with Chris Hero and more. Listen live every Monday at 7 p.m. EST and call 347-324-5735 for questions or comments.

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    Social Media W/ JT

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    Hosted by Justin Thomas

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    An Independent Point Of View:Interview with JT Dunn

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    JT Dunn is known as "The Juice" as well as "Pro Wrestling's Savior" but in my opinion he is 1 of the best independent wrestlers today. On tonight's show I will talk to JT about his career as well as his former tag team partner David Starr as well as his new partner in Death By Elbow Chris Hero. The phone lines will be open so if you have a question for Mr.Dunn the phone number to call is 323-870-4022. Tune in,call in,support independent wrestling.

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    After his enlistment as a Scout Sniper in the Marine Corps, Logan Stark, attended Michigan State University where he created the documentary "For the 25," a memorial film honoring the 25 Marines lost in his unit's deployment to Afghanistan. Upon graduating he began blogging for Funker530 In August he accepted a position as content manager for the Readyman Network and Black Rifle Coffee Company. Last month he was able to be on set for the veteran funded Range 15 movie.


    Captain John “Woody” Woodall is a retired Fire Captain from Raleigh N.C. He was the Chief of Operations with the North Carolina Fallen Firefighters Foundation from Feb. 2000 until Feb. 2011. He was the official liaison from N.C. to New York after Sept. 11, 2001. During this time Captain Woodall researched the best ways possible to assist the families of the 343 firefighters killed on 9-11. He found the FDNY Fire Family Transport Foundation who was in desperate need of transportation for the families. Through this research four fifteen-passenger vans were donated to the foundation and $380,000 donated to the Thomas Elsassor Fund. This fund was set up for non-line of duty deaths; two retired firefighters that were not in an official capacity were also killed on 9-11 trying to help others. During this time the firefighters of NC collected over $7,500,000 for the families of 9-11.

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    Authors of a Heart of Veteran: Adam Kinosh, Dr. Leoan Di Amore, Evin Bodle, Michael Dennis Le Buhn Jr., Brian Christ, Cristos Dragatsis, Jack Erwin, Nathanial Lobas, Steven Scott Olijar, William P.Tyree, and Michael J. Wohead. 

    Robert Canine enlisted in the US Army in 1999. During his 11 years of service as an Infantryman he was deployed to Iraq twice, in 2003 with 4th ID and in 2008 with 1st ID. On May, 17th 2009 a US combat patrol was attacked in Baghdad, Iraq; the attack was initiated by an EFP that hit the vehicle Robert was riding in resulting in the amputation of both legs below the knee. He was evacuated to Walter Reed where he spent 18 months rehabilitating and was medically retired. Robert returned to Missouri after his military service and battled with PTSD and depression for 4 years until finding the spark that enabled him to move on. After finding healing through holistic therapies and education on PTSD and moral injury, Robert has been working to promote awareness and education on veteran suicide, moral injury, and PTSD.

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    JT News

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    JT News from Lauren Ell

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    Interview with Jeff and JT

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    Interview with the faces of PowerAchieving...Jeff and JT


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    Oscar De Vere Morris I was Navy USS America CV 66 84 88 four rears in the reserve.
    If you want you can chose any photos on the page except of the veterans holding the canes.
    Fishing on the Lake I got an old dead Cypress limb . I make art out of all kinds of wood. I took the limb to the shop and thought it would make a cool walking cane. People liked it I made more. I put hand made wooden gear shifter knobs on the tops . I decited since my sales skills are no good I would give them away. I chose to give them to veterans that are cane dependent. Made a facebook page. Made a video. Told everone to hit like . They did ,it went Viral. Now I have a back log of over 400 orders. Slowly getting help. But would love to see more help fro fellow Veterans. Its as most say Gods work. Its supporting a Brother or a Sister. In a time we feel pushed aside. We come together.

    Ron Breland U.S.

    Army Staff Sergeant Ron Breland (Ret.) served in the United States Army from 1990 to 2005as a DoD Certified Firefighter and a Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Specialist. As a third generation firefighter, Breland realized early that his destiny was to serve. In 1993, Breland volunteered for the humanitarian-turned-combat mission in Mogadishu,Somalia where he engaged the enemy on his own ground. Unbeknownst to Breland at the time, he suffered a minor Traumatic Brain Injury after a truck explosion. He was also a Quick Reaction Force Member and thwarted a surprise attack on his basecamp by two Somali insurgents which he killed quickly during the “Battle of the Black Sea”. A tour to the war torn region of Kosovo would come later, in 1999, where then Sergeant Breland was hand-picked by the XVIII Airborne Corps Command Staff and named the Task Force Falcon Fire Chief, serving under then BG Carlos Sanchez. Breland successfully ran fire stations on three base camps in two countries while forging mutual aid agreements between the United States

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    Matthew Burke is a retired Master Sergeant from the United States Air Force  Safety Superintendent for an Electronic Combat Group encompassing over 2,000 personnel and $1.5B in assets. Prior to this, he oversaw traffic management, safety, aircraft maintenance, and was an anti-terrorist taskforce leader overseas. Matthew is currently engaged in a doctorate study with Walden University. He is a social scientist seeking a Ph.D. in Public Policy and Administration with an emphasis in Emergency Management.His background includes various duties in Emergency Management Services, security, firefighting,culinary arts,agriculture,adolescent development,ministry,human resources,student instruction,base operations,safety, and aircraft maintenance.Had deployments to Oman,Kyrgyzstan,Kuwait,and Afghanistan.

    Donny O'Malley should be an award winning actor based on his 6 year performance as an Infantry Officer in the play, "Marine Corps," which has been running since 1775. Donny was injured on set and was medically retired. Donny lives in his grandma's sunroom in a senior citizen community. His nextgig is a role starring as the President of a non profit organization in the show "Irreverent Warriors." He kindly asks that you read all his work and... watch all his shows before you kill yourself, and if you still decide to pull the trigger, please leave a suicide note that says,You failed me Donny,"or something to that effect.

    Paul Bristol with BC40 is expanding to take veterans on other outdoor adventures throughout the country. BC40 currently offers hunts in Colorado, Kentucky, and an epic fishing trip in British Columbia.BC40 has grown to provide a special place for our nation's veteran's to rediscover and reflect. BC40 is expanding to take veterans on other outdoor adventures throughout the country, BC40 currently offers hunts in Colorado, Kentucky, and an epic fishing trip in British Columbia.

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    Garett Schwindel is a highly experienced special operations veteran. He has 14 deployments to both Iraq, and Afghanistan as an Army Ranger, PSD

    Operator, Dept. of State Lead Firearms Instructor, and Shift leader for Helo CSAR team. He was the lead firearms instructor for Triple Canopy for 3 years. Garett is currently CEO & COO of two weapons design and training companies. His real world experience and skill in combat situations is second to none.

    GySgt Adam Kinosh was hand selected to serve as one of the founding members of the Marine Corps Forces Special Operations Command (MARSOC; and would become one of the first Marine Raiders since World War II.From July 2006 to February 2008 he was assigned to, Marine Corps Forces Special Operations Command, Special Operations, Command, 2d Marine Special Operations Battalion, Marine Special Operations Team 1, Element Leader.From January 2010 until February 2011 he was assigned to Marine Corps Forces, Special Operations, Command, 2d Marine Special Operations Battalion, H&S co S-3 TCell.GySgt Kinosh was assigned to the Marine Special Operations School, Serving as the Lead Amphibious Operations Instructor, Chief Instructor and section SNCOIC.

    John Hill He started off dealing with veterans and the suicide pandemic. But we saw that there are ways to stop it before it gets that far. So we started to also attack PTSD and depression. Then after fielding calls from veterans who have lost their job or need finical help we opened up to helping Veterans with any problem we can. I've been in contact with the Marine Corps wounded warrior regiment and we are looking for a way to work together. Personally after calling the VA crisis hotline I felt like no one cares. It was a young "kid" who hasn't served not someone I could talk to. So we opened our small call center. We strive to meet face to face with veterans who feel Suicidal to show that someone does care


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