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Our Surveyors Roundtable welcomes John Marples and Trimaran Jim Brown to discuss the peculiarities of the mulithull survey. Multihull pioneer John Marples has been a professional marine surveyor since 1970. He is also the author of numerous magazine articles about multihulls. At IBEX 2013, Marples will share his vast experience in assessing the structural integrity of seagoing pleasure and commercial power and sailing multihulls. Join us for this preview.
Surveying the America’s Cup and Other Outlandish Tales
One of the questions coming out of San Francisco Bay this year is, “What’s going to happen to those $16 million boats after it’s all over?” And that got us wondering: What will happen? Will some surveyor get the call to hustle on over and write up the paperwork for a pre-purchase survey? That could be fun.
For this show, we’ll talk about what takes place when a surveyor is faced with preparing a C&V or damage claim for a vessel that just doesn’t fit into our normal parameters. How do you set insurance values and repair costs for rare or unusual craft? And it’s not all high-end either. At what point do you look at something that barely floats and say, “I’m sorry, but I really can’t call that a boat, at least not until you remove the raccoons.”
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Join Family of a Vet Blog Talk Radio Show host Debbie Sprague for an interview with LeAnne Lovett-Floom, RN, MSN - Combat Casualty Assistance Visiting Nurse with the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society. We will be covering the history of the Corps, the scope of their services and guidelines, and how they may be able to you. LeAnne will also be sharing her extensive involvement in the healthcare field from the Red Cross, to working with Disaster Medical Assistance, Trauma Nurse Specialist, Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner, and Legal Nurse Consultant. LeAnne has expertise in substance abuse awareness, effects of head and brain injuries, psychological effects of disasters and war, and post traumatic stress. Don't miss this opportunity to gain valuable information and to call-in and ask questions of our expert.
Tuesday, October 8, 2013 from 6:30pm - 7:30pm )CST)
Call-in number for guests - (323) 657-1470
Nano Reef Hour: Tips & Tricks Marine Aquarist
Sunday November 3rd 2013, 10 pm est, 9 pm cst, 7 pm pst
Mr Joe Faszl and Mr Albert J Thiel have scheduled a discussion on some of the following topics:
How to reduce aggression of new fish?
How to remove a fish eating crab?
How to remove fish from a tank without tearing it apart?
How to keep fish and shrimp from stealing food from LPS?
How to survive a power outage?
How to cool a tank a few degrees?
How to make an anemone move?
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For the past five years, Peter Devereaux has been battling invasive ductal carcinoma. His battle with breast cancer spread to his hips, ribs, and spine in 2009. He is one of 82 men diagnosed with breast cancer linked to water contamination at Camp Lejeune. During his years of active service as a U.S. Marine, Devereaux spent 16 months at Camp Lejeune. After receiving the diagnosis, he underwent a left breast mastectomy with 22 cancerous lymph nodes removed and endured numerous rounds of chemotherapy and radiation. All before learning of the contaminated water affecting members and their families dating back to 1980. It's now estimated that between 500,000 and 1 million individuals were exposed to an epic porportion of contaminants amounting to as much as 3400 times that permitted by safety standards. Rallying with the support of his family and friends, Devereaux has become a national spokesperson for breast cancer awareness. According to medical experts more than 2,000 men are afflicted with the disease annually.
From NBC News to The Saturday Evening Post and speaking engagements to congressional hearings Devereaux just keeps moving, despite ongoing treatment regimens. As a former Marine, Golden Glove boxer, and former ultramarathoner he's one of "The Few, The Proud" who refuses to be "The Forgotten."&nbs
The Rosie Network: Connecting You to Jobs We're talking to Navy spouses Stephanie Brown and Jill Ivie to discuss their new organization, The Rosie Network, which is helping to combat the problem of veteran and military spouse employment. The Rosie Network allows users to register on their site and create a customizable website which is free to military spouses and veteran entrepreneurs. Their organization was recently featured in Women's Day Magazine and has received a fiscal scholarship agreement from Naval Special Warfare Foundation.
The Injured Marine Semper Fi Fund: Changing Lives of our Wounded Warriors We're interviewing Karen Guenther, CEO of the Semper Fi Fund, a non-profit which provides immediate financial support for injured and critically ill members of the U.S. Armed Forces and their families. They direct urgently needed resources to post 9-11 service members within 24-72 hours of request.
Both the Semper Fi Fund and America's Fund are ranked as some of the best run charities around with an average 6% overhead, and the rest goes to helping others. Since 2004, the fund has issued more than 62,000 grants totaling more than $80 million to over 10,200 of our heroes and their families. They are there from day one, and our service members and their families will continue to need our help as they navigate lengthy recoveries and rejoin their communities.
Majestic Aquariums Hour: The Fine Photography of Marine Aquariums 1 Wednesday October 2nd 2014 at 10 pm EST, 9 PM CST, 7 PM PST Mr Ray Owzarzak will have as his special guest on the Majestic Aquariums Marine Radio Program Hour, Mr Christopher Springer for a discussion about Marine and Nano Reef Photography on the show. Those interested in learning more about taking pictures should listen in for any photography tips from one of the photographers from the Majestic Aquariumstv and Majestic Aquariums Hour Radio Show Facebook Page Promotions. For more about this episode see the following links: http://underthesearadioprogram.yolasite.com/majestic-aquariums-photography-marine-aquariums1.php http://majesticaquariumshour.yolasite.com/majestic-aquariums-news-letter-magazine.php https://www.facebook.com/majesticaquariumshour Check out the Under The Sea Radio Show Store at: http://www.cafepress.com/wmaquaculture For More information about the Under The Sea Radio Show go to the website at: www.underthesearadioshow.com
Iraqi war veteran and Executive Director of Wall Street Warfighters Staff Sgt. John Jones tells his personal story and why he is working with Gen. Pace to help integrate troops back from the war into the workplace. What is the military doing/not doing, and what is the success rate of Wall Street Warfighters?
It was our privilege to interview Staff Sgt. John Jones, Iraqi War Veteran, now Exec. Dir. of Wall Street Warfighters. John shared his story of how he came to lose both his legs, and how he came to work with General Peter Pace at WSWF.
Moving. Stirring. Amazing.
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In this week's ProBoat Radio WEST show, your host Ann Avary interviews John Webber from Outback Power. Based in Arlington, Washington, this company offers a line of marine-application mobile Inverters that are renowned for leading-edge reliability and durability with extremely high-power density. OutBack also has a family of sealed inverters designed to work in the harsh environments encountered by marine vessels. Join us for the details.
For those of us who live safely within the boundaries of the United States, our choices for finding relief from a days work or life's stresses are endless. Freedoms and pleasures are given to us by those who endanger their lives on the frontlines. Those same individuals who give us these opportunities, find themselves in a desert, working in crippling heat with danger surrounding them at all times. Have you ever wondered how they find a way to manage life on a the battlefield? Markus Fox knew exactly what he and his fellow Marines needed. Markus had his guitar shipped to the battlezone and began playing and writing songs while serving his country. His guitar became therapy, not only for himself, but for the men and women serving with him. Join us today as Markus discusses how his music helped he and so many with him find relief from the stresses of war when home was on the other side of the world.
Join Michele Rosenthal, Keynote Speaker, Award-Nominated Author, Post-Trauma Coach, and host of "Changing Direction", on Mondays and Wednesdays at 2pm EST to explore how to create change you choose in all areas of your life. For more information about our guests, please visit www.ChangeYouChoose.com
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