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Military Mamas Show aired in Cincinnati, Ohio on live talk radio from 2008 to December 2013. They made the decision to transition to internet radio beginning January 2014,so that the host could broadcast from any where in the world and reach a broader listener base.
They are looking forward to being a part of the Blogtalk community!
Debate time! Some of the military spouses out there feel they should be recognised for their sacrifice. Others say we spouses are the ones who are truly sacrificing - it is our military wives that are doing the sacrificing. The debate is ongoing online, here is your chance to call in and verbalize without having to fight spellcheckers.
Live call-in show for and by Male Military Husbands - our wives get transfered all the time, sometimes every year, where do we find meaningful employement that can follow her where she goes? We will field ALL callers, who may get caustic in thier frustration, but, we do NOT censor the show - speak your mind! Host Dave Etter will run this for a half hour, and, after the show is over, will edit down a version that is family friendly for podcast download - fair enuff? Ok, guys, bring it on!
Synergy is when the confluence of people, events, and places combine to create extraordinary things and results. And in the history of the U.S. Army, there is no greater example of synergy than the West Point Class of 1915. Known as, "The Class the Stars Fell On," the class of 1915 produced 59 general officers and a President of the United States out of just 164 graduates. Graduating just as America was becoming involved in World War I, the class of 1915 showed its talents and metal early, and also suffered the first of a number of combat casualties. And while most of the class languished through much of the interwar period as field grade staff officers, the coming of World War II made them into the leaders that won the greatest conflict in history. These included general's like Dwight D. Eisenhower, Omar Bradley, James Van Fleet, and Joseph McNarney. And when World War II ended, the class of 1915 became the Army leaders that led America into the Cold War, and Korea. Never before in the history of West Point had such a group of young officers been assembled, and it has not occurred since.
To learn more about the West Point Class of 1915, join military historian, author and journalist John D. Gresham (@greshamj01) for Military Monday (#MilitaryMonday on the Writestream Radio Network (@Writestream)) at 1 p.m. Eastern. His guest this week is Zenith Press (@Zenith_Press) author Michael Haskew, the writer of The Class of 1915. Haskew has researched the entire West Point 1915 graduating class, including those who did not become general officers. This edition of Military Monday will be a fascinating hour looking at one of the greatest collections of Army leadership, at both the beginning of their careers and at their apex in the crucible of World War II. Listeners are encouraged to call in and offer their questions/opinions to both gentlemen.
Fox News Commentator disrespects military women on the air. Ebola update - first US Case is a Nurse. Happy Birthday to the United States Navy. Assignment tells the stories of America, from history, military, politics, social and economic, to entertainment - the things you never thought about to the trivia you never knew.
Hear perspectives on Middle East and our US involvement with John Bernard and more on isis.
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Sat Oct 11- US unable to stop ISIS as they take over strategic city on Syrian Turkish border
Sun Oct 12- US pledges $212 million to rebuild Gaza
Tues Oct 14- Israeli officials reeling from British Parliament recognition of Palestinian State -- this undermines the peace process
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Should Blacks Serve In The Military Or Are The Benefits Over Rated
Thus far, the U.S.-led air campaign against ISIL has not been producing anything like the results that have been projected and hoped for when it began two months ago. Despite an increased operations tempo and the addition of Allied bombing missions from nations in NATO and the GCC, the bombing is not doing what it can and should. Credible analysts have clearly stated that the lack of ground-based targeting support has been a major bottleneck to successfully slowing ISIL in strategic locations like Khboani along the Turkish/Syrian border. And given the Obama administration's hard limitation of, "No U.S. Boots on the Ground," there is virtually no chance of any substantial ground forces being committed to the fight. And with battalions/brigades of soldiers and Marines completely out of the question, are there other options open to the Obama administration? The answer is "Yes!" The answer however does involve some "Boots on the Ground." A few, very "special" boots drawn from the ranks of the U.S. Special Operations Command (SOCOM). These highly trained and skilled Special Operations Force (SOF) personnel can overcome the limitations of the present targeting problems, and help accelerate the destruction of ISIL forces on the battlefield.
To learn more about SOCOM's SOF warriors and how they might turn the tide against ISIL, join military historian, author and journalist John D. Gresham for Military Monday (#MilitaryMonday on @Writestream) at 1 p.m. Eastern. His guest this week is MGEN David Burford, USA (Ret.), a senior leader in the Army Special Forces (the Green Berets) following 9/11. MGEN Burford, A career soldier in the Army National Guard, was a key leader in the development of SOF campaign plans and operations in Afghanistan, Iraq, and the Philippines. Together they will explain viable alternatives against ISIL, based on proven results since 9/11, for the Allied effort.
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