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The War of 1812, was one of America's "small and forgotten" conflicts, much like the Korea in the 20th century. Ill advised, and really unnecessary for both Great Britain and the young United States of America (which was less than 50 years old at the time), the War of 1912 was a conflict that gained neither side much benefit, and diverted badly needed resources from other endeavors. Nevertheless, there were a number of intriguing and important lessons to be learned from the conflict, none more interesting than those derived from the British Chesapeake Campaign of 1814. A British squadron under command of Adm. Cochrane, raised habit for most of 1814 from the Virginia Tidewater to the waters around Baltimore, doing a surprising amount of damage and raising havoc against the seemingly hapless Americans. The British squadron took and burned Hampton, VA, portions of Washington, DC, and other towns along the bay, eventually only being stopped by the heroic defense of Baltimore and bombardment of Fort McHenry. It is a fascinating story, little known by most Americans, which almost went unnoticed during the recent bicentennial of the War of 1812.
To learn more about the War of 1812 and the 1814 Chesapeake Campaign, tune into this week's edition of Military Monday (#MilitaryMonday on the Writestream Radio Network (@Writestream)) at 1 PM EDT. Author, historian, journalist, documentary filmmaker, and host John D. Gresham (@greshamj01) has invited Naval Institute Press (@USNIBooks) author LCOL. Charles Neimeyer. , USMC (Ret.) to discuss his new book, War in the Chesapeake. His book is a new single-volume history of the campaign, and will prove enlightening for both academics and those new to the story.
Betsy McCaughey-Former Lt Gov of New York, Constitutional Scholar and Patient Advocate explains, Team Obama’s fight to keep the homeless living on the streets.
Audrey Russo-Columnist for ClashDaily.com handling Middle East/National Security/Terrorism/Cultural Issues says Carly Fiorina needs a crash course on Islam, quick.
James Hirsen-Big Bang Star Mayim Bialik’s Un-Hollywood Faith as explained by the New York Times best-selling author, commentator, media analyst and law professor.
Harlan Ullman-Thinking The Unthinkable--- A Sanders Versus Trump Presidential Race? The former naval officer and chair of The Killowen Group that advises leaders of government and business at the highest levels including presidential candidates here and abroad discusses the possibilities.
Lowell Ponte-Author, columnist and former think tank futurist says he's not all that surprised by this roller coaster stock market. He and co-author Craig Smith have been warning us in their new book, "Don't Bank on It."
Paul Williams & Tracey Jackson-He's an alcoholic and she's not. He's the Oscar, Grammy, and Golden Globe-winning Hall of Fame songwriter and President of ASCAP. She wrote the films “Confessions of a Shopaholic,” “The Guru,” and “The Other End of the Line,” among others. Together they have written and discuss "Gratitude & Trust, Six Affirmations That Will Change Your Life."
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Anthony served as a US Navy Special Warfare Combatant Crewman (SWCC) with Naval Special Warfare Group 1 out of San Diego, California from 1998-2003. He was an 11 Meter RHIB operator and did two deployments to the Northern Arabian Gulf region conducting Maritime Interdiction Operations and reconnaissance missions. As a result of his service he was diagnosed with PTSD, Anxiety, Depression and OCD, while also suffering chronic pain and a spinal fusion surgery. It was through these “opportunities,” which he used to call obstacles, that yoga found Anthony and it immediately resonated with him as the way to heal and reintegrate after his military service.
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Vincent Vargas grew up San Fernando Valley in Los Angeles county, played College baseball for several years and then joined the Army with a option 40 Ranger contract. During his 4 years of active duty he served 3 combat deployment and in every position in a rifle team, crew served and Anti Tank team. After his original obligation he joined the reserves as a Drill Sergeant. Completed the course in the summer of 2008. In the civilian world he became a Corrections officer of a Private Federal Contracted Prison and was a member of the Special Operations Response Team (SORT) team. In late 2009 he began his journey as a Border Patrol Agent, stationed in Southwest Texas.He was activated to serve as a Drill Sergeant in 2010-2011 in for Sill Oklahoma. He trained and mentored 7 cycles of Basic training and WTC Soldiers. Was awarded two Drill Sergeant of the Cycle awards. When returning to the Border Patrol he volunteered for Border Patrol Search And Rescue Special Operations Unit BORSTAR. Until recently Vince was a Special Operations Group BORSTAR Operator attached to BORTAC. WELCOME ROCCO ART 15
Maritime Strategy has really been an American concern over the past century or so, as the United States began to develop its own worldwide empire and interests. It would be World War II and the Cold War that followed before the United States really began to become a dominant force at sea. However, since the end of the Cold War, America has lacked a cohesive maritime strategy, as US diplomacy and military operations haven't jumped from crisis to crisis. So as the United States prepares to elect a new president in 2016, it is well worth considering what sort of maritime strategy America wants as it moves into the middle of the 21st century.
To learn more about new developments in 21st century maritime strategy, tune into this week's Military Monday (#MilitaryMonday on the Writestream Radio Network (@Writestream)). Author, historian, journalist, documentary filmmaker, and host John D. Gresham (@greshamj01) has invited Naval Institute Press (@USNI_Books) author Capt. Peter Haynes, USN (@haynes_pd) to discuss his new book, Towards a New Maritime Strategy. His new book is a study of how America has developed and implemented maritime strategy over the past hundred years, and where it is probably headed in the next few decades.
The past six months has seen a rapid rise in the level of naval and maritime activity across the globe. China, Russia, and Iran have expanded their air and naval activity into disputed areas with their neighbors, raising tensions and concerns around the world. Recently, the invasions of Crimea, Ukraine, and Yemen have all increased the levels of naval activity in the Baltic and Black Seas, as well as the Gulf of Aden, Straits of Hormuz, and Persian Gulf. In addition, out in the Pacific, tensions are rising between China and North Korea, and their neighbors around the Rim of the Pacific region. Active humanitarian crises are dominating the Mediterranean between Libya and Italy, along with Malaysia, Indonesia, and other areas of the Southwest Pacific. In addition, add in a major construction boom in naval vessels of all types, and maritime tensions are the highest they have been since the end of the Cold War.
To gain some insight on this complex international maritime situation, tune into this week's edition of Military Monday (#MilitaryMonday on the Writestream Radio Netwok (@Writestream)), today at 1 PM EDT. Host, bestselling author, journalist, documentary and film produceer John D. Gresham will be talking with Aviation Week & Space Technology Naval Editor Mike Fabey. Together they will discuss the ongoing series of crises and events across the world's high seas, along with new developments in shipbuilding and aircraft design, as well as other new technology developments.
Dr. Ron Milione makes his way to Spaced Out Radio to discuss one of the America's biggest kept secrets, The Philadelphia Experiment.
The Philadelphia Experiment was originally conducted as a World War II experiment by the United States Navy to make the USS Eldridge, a naval destroyer escort, invisible to radar.
“The Philadelphia Experiment was allegedly conducted by the Navy during WWII for the purpose of learning how to absorb radar so as not to allow reflections from enemy radar pulses impinging on a ship target to be returned. The reported effects of this experiment were so dramatic and startling that it is supposed that this is why the Navy consistently denies that any such experiments ever took place. Supposedly, not only were radar waves absorbed, but the ship became invisible at ordinary light wavelengths as well.
Dr. Ron Milione? thinks the physics of the Philadelphia Experiment be traced back Tesla’s investigation of the rotating magnetic field.
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