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  • 01:59

    ON THE TRIGGER WITH CRUZ

    in Current Events

    ON THE TRIGGER WITH CRUZ IS HONORED TO PRESENT:THREE GUEST TONIGHT


    MGySgt Chris May has served for over 20 years on Active Duty and served in both the Reconnaissance battalions and Force Reconnaissance company’s on combat deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan. He is currently serving as the Reconnaissance Training Center SNCOIC at Camp Pendleton.Chris, along with his wife Kathy founded “Brother Recon“ in 2013


    David Danel is the founder and President of the Marine Reconnaissance Foundation. David retired from the U.S Marine Corps on 9 August 2013 as the Reconnaissance Training Company First Sergeant. During his 21 years of active duty, he served in 1st Reconnaissance BN, 1st Force Reconnaissance Company, and 1st Marine Special Operations Command and served multiple combat tours in Iraq and Afghanistan. David lives in Southern California with his wife Brandy of 20 years, and Daughter Kaitlin who is 16. David and Brandy have two young boys serving in the U.S. Marine Corps Infantry. David is now serving as a Police Officer for the City of San Diego


    Jodie Grenier is a former Staff Sergeant of the United States Marine Corps. She deployed twice to Iraq as the 1st Marine Division Intelligence Watch Chief. After her honorable discharge in 2005, Jodie worked in Force Protection and Security in Iraq and Afghanistan for both Departments of Defense and State. Currently employed as a Modeling and Simulation Intelligence Analyst, Jodie continues to apply her expertise in preparing Marines for deployment. Jodie continues to serve the active duty and veteran communities as the Vice President of the Marine Reconnaissance Foundation. She is also an MRF Ambassador Athlete and MRF team runner.
    Jodie Grenier is a Connecticut native and former Staff Sergeant of the United States Marine Corps. After her completion of Navy and Marine Corps Intelligence school she was assigned to 1st Marine Division G-2 Camp Pendleton,CA

  • 01:29

    Stew and The Nunn, Episode 4, With Chad Robichaux and Jack Mandaville

    in Military

    Stew and the Nunn


    Episode 4. On this episode we will be talking with Chad Robichaux a former Force Recon Marine and OEF Veteran who founded the Mighty Oaks Warrior Programs a Faith Base program that has proven successful in preventing veteran suicide. Also on the show will be writer, comedian and brand manager for Ranger Up Jack Mandaville. He will be discussing the upcoming film Range15.


     


     

  • 01:58

    ON THE TRIGGER WITH CRUZ

    in Current Events

    TONIGHT CRUZ  WILL BE TALKING ABOUT VETERANS ISSUES ,TRAINING AND THE DRILL OF THE WEEK. HE WILL ALSO BE TALKING WITH HIS GUEST FROM THE R&S FOUNDATION


    Mike Mattammal earned a bachelors degree in Political Science from St. Mary's University at San Antonio, TX. Upon graduating in 2003, I made the decision to enlist in the Marine Corps where I spent 8 years, from 2004-2012, serving in the Marine Corp's Reconnaissance community. I served in multiple roles to include pointman, radio operator, assistant team, team leader, platoon sergeant, and operations chief throughout my career. In 2004 I was assigned the duty station of 1st Reconnaissance Battalion, and subsequently became an instructor at the Basic Reconnaissance Course (BRC) in 2008. After 2 years as an instructor I was then stationed at 3rd Force Company in Okinawa Japan from 2010-2012. After deciding to get out of the Marine Corps, The R&S Foundation was created because the network of Recon Marines, Scout Snipers, and SARCs (Special Amphibious Reconnaissance Corpsman) were coming across a number of individuals within our own community that were struggling with suicide, and a variety of other issues, now that they were out. Our community was pulling resources together to help our own, and the decision was made to legitimize the help we were giving them, and wanted to give others, so we applied for our 501c3 status and were granted Non-Profit status earlier this year. Our goal is to fill the gaps we can, and help those that have served this country and need it the most. achment -Marine Corps League, Member West Haven Vietnam Veterans Assoc. Special interests include PTSD, Suicide-Resiliance, and homelessness for our Veterans. At our last MCL yearly convention and banquet I was suprised by being inducted into the "Society of "The Chapel Of Four Chaplins" for which I am still humbled. I am proud and honored to serve my fellow man and this country

  • 01:59

    John Simpson FROM MARINES AND MICKEY & CATHY WELLS MOTHER OF SKIP WELLS

    in Current Events

    (Join Russ and Rachel on Reload Radio on Monday August 3rd at 8pm EST)


    Special Guests include:


    John Simpson former Marine Recon will be on the air as a representitive of Marines And Mickey which is a program designed to assist marines and their families to recconect and with vital resources for assistance. 


    Gold Star Mother Cathy Wells will be joining us to discuss her son one of the four fallen marines from Chattanooga, TN to provide an update of the situation. So please support our special guest by honoring her son the fallen marine Skip Wells. 

  • 01:13

    Recon 2012 Recap

    in Real Estate

    An eclectic representation and commentary of this year's ICSC Recon, we try to present this show as if "You were there." We talk about what we saw and what we did, as well as who we spoke to. We talked about new things and old things and the good, the bad and the ugly and I am not talking about a spaghetti western here. 
    Find out the latest from Betsy Laird (Senior Vice President Global Public Policy, ICSC) on internet taxation and the Marketplace Fairness Act and other similar bills before congress. Hear us have some fun as Ian Ritter from GlobeSt.com and I play dueling interviews and beg for a little deliverance.  Our interview with Jon Mills, founder of Motion Loft is a perfect example of the advantage of radio and hearing things for yourself rather than second hand.  This is the first of two shows reviewing this years RECon. The second show will be made available as a podcast within the next two weeks. 

  • 01:39

    Recon 2012 Prequel

    in Real Estate

    It is that time of year again.  Spring is here, Flowers are blossoming, the smell of grass is in the air, we are sneezing more and RECON, the annual ICSC Convention where the most successful people in commercial retail property go.  This is where deals are made and people get to know and be known.
    This is our second year at RECON as well as our second RECON Prequel Radio show in which will give a "taste" of what you will see at the show and the best way to make it valuable.
    This year we are doing something a little different though.  Our Prequel Show, our interviews during RECON and our post RECON RECAP will have a greater focus on substantive issues.  To accomplish that, we have chosen a few SIG's (Special Interest Group) sessions and have interviewed some of the speakers describing what their presentation and session will be about.  You will hear it from the speaker's own mouth.
    Among the topics to be discussed during this show will be:
    Optomizing Shopping Center Performance in an Lackluster Economy with Yvonne Jones; The United Nations of Retail, a detailed look into foreign retail emergence in the US with Faith Hope Consolo; Updates on the Hispanic Marketplace with Jorge Lizan; The ever popular Retail Runway chaired by Grant Guidinger; Regional Malls, What Comes Next with John Crossman; and  The ever-present GlobeSt.com with Ian Ritter

  • 00:49

    Co-op Multi Live E3 2015: EA & Ubisoft Conference Reactions

    in Video Games

    Welcome to the official 411mania.com Games Zone podcast, which is hosted by 411 Games staffers Sean Garmer and Marc Morrison and also feature's appearances from other staff members as well. We really appreciate the opportunity to be on VOC Nation and hope you enjoy the podcast.  We will be coming to you each week via on-demand on Wednesday mornings at 9am.


     


    On this special E3 2015 edition of Co-operative Multiplayer Live...


     


    What did we think about what Sony, EA and Ubisoft had to show at their press conferences? Well listen here to find out. Sean and Marc are joined by Stephen Randle and Daniel Anderson to break it all down. What was revealed about Star Wars? What did we think of Assassin's Creed Syndicate? Did EA learn anything from last year?

  • 01:11

    Hunter McIntyre and Cassidy Watton Spartan's dynamic Duo

    in Sports

    Hunter McIntyre was the Elite Spartan point leader of 2014. Arguably a force to recon with in any OCR event he attends, yet lately, Hunter seems to have been off the race scene radar.  Richard Diaz, asked Hunter to come clean and let his fan base know what he’s been up to and to explain why he’s not been as active on the race scene.  We also took this opportunity to gain some insights from Cassidy Watton the better half of the power house duo who has been racing well and is setting her sights on the East Coast Combine and World Championships. She too has joined the ranks of Reebok Spartan Elite team.  We’ll share training tips and pick our favorites for this year’s Spartan World Championships.  You don’t want to miss this episode!

  • 00:49

    FREEDOM'S GATE: Gold Star Mother reveals the Ganjgal Ambush coverup

    in Politics

    Gold Star Mother, Susan L. Price’s son Marine Gunnery Sergeant Aaron Kenefick was a Recon Marine and “Marine of the Year” twice in ten years. Sergeant Kenefick was also one of three marines who died in what is being called the Ganjgal Ambush.


    Price, who guests on Freedom's Gate with  host Kevin Fobbs insists that her son’s death and the deaths of the others were a result of a cover up.


    Also on the show, Rod Eccles, a national radio host, conservative writer and patriot will discuss how conservatives can take back the White House in 2016.

  • 01:11

    The Low Sodium Show- Tourney prep

    in Sports

    Join Mark Wheeler as we delve into tourney prep, for kayaks and boaters as well! From at home recon to pre fishing and also a few tidbits of secrets as well! So tune in at 8pm on http://www.blogtalkradio.com/kayakfishingradio/2015/04/23/the-low-sodium-show-tourney-prep

  • 00:48

    Horror Play 24 (F.E.A.R.)

    in Video Games
















    First Encounter Assault Recon. That's what F.E.A.R. stands for, not that the title has to be an acronym for anything. Fear could easily be the word used to describe this scary first person shooter. Released in 2005, this scary shooter became an instant hit and spawned several expansions and sequels years later. We play F.E.A.R. to give us a break from all the indie and third person horror games we have recently been playing. Join us as we rate and review this classic.