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Join us as we speak with Aaron Smith from Kosovo in Eastern Europe. Hear his story of being led to the mission field and the challenges he faces every day acting as God's witness in a foreign land. How do you witness in a country that is 95% Muslim? Aaron will share his story of faith and journey tonight on FMGLive!
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.
todais the 20th of May 2015 and today subject is benefits VA benefit everything you need to know about the process of obtaining benefits for veterans services.
Today's hostess Marilyn Wyche hey benefits expert who can help you get through the claim process by helping you to understand what the Veterans Affairs administration looking for and doing your claim
we look to cover all aspects of benefits from education to housing how to get a VA mortgage for veterans and their family. How to apply fo vocational rehabilitation.
We will also cover news items from Congress and items you bring to the table.
Our Brooklyn Navy Yard Phone Lines are open at 2300 Zulu Time,for our civilian friends that would be 8 p.m. Atlantic / 7 p.m. Eastern / 6 p.m. central / 5 p.m. mountain / 4 p.m. Pacific/1p.m.
Warrior Talk Radio with GI Jenn & Lance Taylor is excited to welcome back Robert Lewis (SF Veteran/Author/Radio Personality) and welcome Ivan Castro (SF Veteran/Special Operators Challenge).
Robert was selected as an 18 Delta, Special Forces Medic (one of the most coveted jobs in all of Special Operations), he spent two additional years at Ft. Bragg training to be a Green Beret. After graduation from the Special Forces Qualification Course (SFQC) he was assigned to 1st Battalion, 10th Special Forces Group (Airborne) in Stuttgart, Germany.
While assigned to B/1/10 he was an operator on Operational Detachment-Alpha (ODA) 022 and was deployed to Iraq, Africa, and Afghanistan, amongst numerous other training deployments around the US and Europe.
He was assigned to 3rd Battalion, 10th Special Forces Group (Airborne) located in Colorado. He was immediately deployed to Iraq after his arrival, and left active duty shortly after his return from Iraq in 2009. At the end of his time in the Army his medals included the Purple Heart, Bronze Star, NATO
Ivan Castro enlisted in the U.S. Army in 1988. His past assignments include the 101st Airborne Division, 101st Pathfinder Detachment, Fort Campbell, KY; 5th Corp Long Range Surveillance Company, Darmstadt, Germany; 3rd Ranger Battalion, Drill Sergeant, Fort Benning, Ga.; 82ndAirborne Division, 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne), Special Operations Recruiting Battalion, United States Army Special Operations Command, FT Bragg, NC.
Ivan has served in Op Desert Shield/ Desert Storm, Deployments to Bosnia, Albania, and Kosovo, Multiple Deployments to South and Central America, OEF, OIF.
Ivan Castro was injured while serving as a First Lieutenant with the 82nd Airborne Division during Operation Iraqi Freedom, September 2, 2006.
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Awake 2 Oneness Radio with Visionary Rev. Michael Bernard Beckwith Friday May 8, 2015 at 7:00 PM EDT. Michael founded the Agape International Spiritual Center, which is highly regarded for its cultural, racial, and spiritual diversity and co-founder and president of the Association for Global New Thought.
Agape’s local community outreach programs feed the homeless, serve incarcerated individuals and their families, partnership with community service organizations active in children’s schools and homes for youth at risk, support the arts, and advocate the preservation of our planet’s environmental resources.
Agape’s global humanitarian programs provide food programs, retraining programs, schools, libraries, orphanages, hospitals, clinics, homes for unwed mothers, micro-loans, financial support during natural disasters, and human advocacy. Locations range from 8 African countries to Afghanistan, Bosnia, Columbia, Ecuador, India, Iraq, Kosovo, and Sri Lanka.
Michael Beckwith is a sought after meditation teacher, conference speaker, and seminar leader on the Life Visioning Process, which he originated. Three of his most recent books—Life Visioning, Spiritual Liberation, and TranscenDance Expanded are recipients of the prestigious Nautilus Award.
Michael has appeared on Dr. Oz, The Oprah Winfrey Show, OWN Help Desk, Larry King Live, Tavis Smiley, and in his own PBS Special, The Answer Is You. Every Friday at 1 pm PST, thousands tune into his radio show on KPFK, Wake up: The Sound of Transformation.
To learn more about more Michael please visit: www.agapelive.com
Warrior Talk Radio with GI Jenn and Jeff Young is so honored to be hosting both Major Ed Pulido and Medial of Honor Recipient Clint Romeha!
Major Ed Pulido, U.S. Army (Ret.) is the Sr. VP of the Folds of Honor Foundation a Veteran’s charity which provides the spouses and children of the fallen and wounded educational scholarships. Additionally, he is a Founding member of Warriors for Freedom Foundation and is the Founder of Warrior Nation, a movement focused on the rights of liberty, freedom and patriotism with an autobiography entitled Warrior for Freedom: Challenge, Triumph and Change, the Major Ed Pulido Story. He served for 19 years and on May 16, 2005, he was medically retired from the United States Army. On the 17th of August, 2004, Major Pulido hit an Improvised Explosive Device (I.E.D) or roadside bomb while serving with the Coalition Military Assistance Training Team under the command of General David Petraeus.
Former Staff Sergeant Clinton L. Romesha enlisted in the Army in September 1999 and deployed twice to Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom, and once to Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. At the time of the deadly attack on Combat Outpost (COP) Keating, Kamdesh district, Afghanistan, on Oct. 3, 2009, Staff Sgt. Romesha was assigned as a section leader for Bravo Troop, 3-61st Cavalry, 4th Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division.
In addition to the Medal of Honor, Romesha's awards and decorations include the Bronze Star Medal, Purple Heart, Army Commendation Medal (with 2 Oak Leaf Clusters), Army Achievement Medal (with 4 Oak Leaf Clusters), Army Good Conduct Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Kosovo Campaign Medal, Afghanistan Campaign Medal (with 2 Bronze Service Stars), Iraq Campaign Medal (with 3 Bronze Service Stars), and many others.
Please don’t miss this special episode!
WTR is back and better than ever! GI Jenn is being joined by guest co-host Brent South! Brent, who also is a contributing writer for Warrior Talk Radio, is a Retired US ARMY RANGER and Air Cavalry Pilot.
We have Matthew O'Dell. Matthew was the NDJ Person of the Year and served in the Marines between 2003 and 2007 and in the Army Reserves from 2009 to 2012. He was deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan during his service. Matthew is coming back to give us an update on some of the projects he has been working on.
Then, we have Chris Hernandez. Chris Hernandez is a 20 year police officer, former Marine and currently serving National Guard soldier with over 25 years of military service. He is a combat veteran of Iraq and Afghanistan and also served 18 months as a United Nations police officer in Kosovo. He writes for BreachBangClear.com and Iron Mike magazine and has published two military fiction novels, Proof of Our Resolve and Line in the Valley, through Tactical16 Publishing
Don't miss this awesome episode of Warrior Talk Radio! Guest Call in number is 646-595-3504.
Welcome back to the Human Trafficking Informational Series!
Recorded by two University at Albany students, this three part series will how to recognize and respond to human trafficking. In the second session we will talk about how to identify human trafficking survivors. We will also give some practicle tips on how to engage in conversations with trafficking survivors.
National Human Trafficking Resource Center
For Survivor by Survivor Hotline
UNICEF (2004). Let’s talk: Developing effective communication with child victims of abuse and human trafficking. Pristina, Kosovo: UNMIK. Retrieved from http://www.childtrafficking.com/Docs/unicef_2004_handbook_lets_talk_a5_eng.pdf
Trauma Center at Justice Resource Institute. (2014). Utilizing trauma-informed approaches to trafficking-related work. Retrieved from http://www.traumacenter.org/clients/projectreach/H-O%20Trauma-Informed%20Case%20Study_final.pdf
On this special episode of The VDown with Michael V, Michael recogonizes a very special day in the United States, Veterans' Day. Michael will recogonize and pay tribute to the many men and women who have served and/or currently serving in our armed forces. Michael will also recount his own tales from his tours in Kosovo and Iraq deployments which took up almost 3 of his 13 years of service in the Kansas Army National Guard. Michael will also be taking calls for anyone who wants to give a special salute to a veteran who is special to them or just a general thank you to all veterans. So join us, Tuesday, November 11th at 11 am Central Time for our salute to our veterans.
The Lockheed F-117A Nighthawk was a wonder of the aviation world when it first appeared at air shows and exhibitions in 1989. Looking like something that Darth Vader might fly in a STAR WARS movie, the Nighthawk was the first warplane designed with signiture reduction ("stealth") at the core of its design. At the time, the Nighthawk was a generation ahead of any other aircraft or defensive system of its era. During its three decades of service, the F-117A flew combat missions during numerous air campaigns from Panama to the Persian Gulf. And for the dozens of books and hundreds of magazine articles, there have been surprisingly few actual accounts of what it was like to fly the Nighthawk into combat. That has changed however, with the publication by Zenith Press (@Zenith_Press) of STEALTH FIGHTER: A YEAR IN THE LIFE OF AN F-117 PILOT.
So join military historian, author and journalist John D. Gresham for Military Monday (#MilitaryMonday on the WriteStream Radio Network (#Writestream)) at 1 p.m. Eastern today when Hhs guest will be Lt. Col. William B. "Brad" O'Conner. USAF (Ret.). A career aviator in the U.S. Air Force, Lt. Col. O'Connor is the author of STEALTH FIGHTER: A YEAR IN THE LIFE OF AN F-117 PILOT, and a combat veteran of Operation Allied Force in 1999. In his book, Lt. Col. O'Connor gives the reader an intimate look at flying "the black jet" in combat, along with some candid opinions regarding the poor command and control of air power during the campaign. His insights should prove useful to listeners, trying to understand the present day their operations against ISIL in the Middle East. Tune in for what is sure to be an engaging hour on Military Monday.
(137) Facebook friends, Flag flying Colorado Springs
The Joy of having Friends on Facebook THANK YOU to Jenn Zerfas for displaying my Flag over Colorado Springs after climbing the "incline", and to Tony Barnes who helped set this up.
This is just so cool to see this again THANK YOU to both of you
I have done a couple of Shows with Tony Barnes and it was through him that somehow I connected via the cloud with Jenn Zerfas, Who then ran my flag up to the Manitou Incline and took a picture
Another stop on that flags Journey to all kinds of places
I did 6.5 years in the Army (99-06). Kosovo Jan 2001- April 2001.
Married with two kids (ages 2 and 3 years old).
I work in medical boards at Evans Army Community Hospital on Fort Carson. I help process paperwork and help Soldiers transition out of the military due to medical conditions. I have been working at the hospital for almost 12 years
I run up the mountains for sanity, Exercise. Accomplishments. To see the beauty at the top of the world. Serenity. Pushing myself to go 2000 + feet in the climb straight up the mountain is vigorous. I do it purely for the intense workout and some alone time. The view at the top is breath taking. I am my best motivator and I have to remember that. I respect the mountains and I love the peace that I get when I do this. It humbles me every time I get to the top. I never get tired of doing the incline at Manitou.