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The MIlitary Exchange Radio Show is All About Veterans, Active Duty and Reserve MIlitary Personel. During the 60's thru the 80's I saw how the returning Veteran was treated. How His Character was deminished in the eyes of His civilian counterparts.My Job is to raise the image of the Veteran, show How He or She has been an asset to their community. I mix this with Current Daily events, Humor, Infornation and a better explanation of world events, With a "no hold bar" approach to Military and Veteran Politics. and end the show with a Healing approach from the word of God.
This week on The Weekly Pulse with Ambro, the topic is all about honoring our military heroes far & wide. Host Ambrosha Angel pays tribute to those who serve in our military, those vets who are unemployed and homeless. This is one show that will surely have you talking the next day. Taking your calls on this important topic! We want to hear from YOU!
As America enters its week of remembering the service of our veterans, it is worth remembering that not all veterans wore uniforms when they served the nation. One such example are the field operations personnel of the Central Intelligence Agency, whose very existence and service is denied as a matter of routine. In spite of the discretionary nature of their service however, these clandestine warriors have taken America and its military everywhere and has gone since 9/11, and are worth remembering as we approach Veterans Day.
To learn more about the warriors of CIA's Clandestine Service, join military historian, author and journalist John D. Gresham for Military Monday at 1 p.m. EST. His guests this week will be Gary Berntsen, a legendary CIA field operator and counterterrorism expert. Author of the book JAWBREAKER, Bernsten will be talking about his military and CIA service, along with his work in politics and Veterans Affairs since his retirement. Listeners are encouraged to call in and ask questions and offer opinions, should they desire.
Since the terrorist attacks of 9/11, American fighting men and women have been fighting wars in faraway lands, and suffering the injuries of this new century's signature weaponry, IED's and RPG's. These weapons, among others, have been the source of an emerging long-term chronic symptom among our combat veterans: pain. Chronic pain is among the most common of ailments among our recent combat veterans, and is normally treated through use of pain medications, with all of their debilitating side effects. But a number of cases, the Departments of Defense and Veterans Affairs have been allowing veterans the option of taking advantage of a new form of therapy: Alternative Medicine.
Alternative medical treatments, such as yoga, therapeutic massage, and chiropractic, have been responsible for a number of well-documented and effective treatments for the pain of our vets and their families, and is growing in prominence among those served by TriCare and VA. This bold and unconventional move by veterans and military medicine is a sign of emerging respect for nontraditional medical treatments, which is growing among veterans and their families in popularity.
To learn more how alternative medical treatments are changing the treatment of veterans, join military historian, author and journalist John D. Gresham for Military Monday at 1 p.m. Eastern. His guest will be Dr. Tania Howard, a prominent chiropractor based in Annapolis Maryland, who has treated a number of veterans and their families. Together they will discuss chiropractic and other alternative medical treatments for veterans, and provide some insights into the value of such treatments. Listeners are encouraged to call-in and offer questions and comments should they desire, in an hour of therapy and healing for all.
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Guests: Leslie Eastman and Barry Jacobsen join me for a look at big military defeats over the years.
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We are meeting with Larry Flaherty, director of franchise development with Pet Supplies Plus.
With more than 275 locations in 23 Eastern states, Pet Supplies Plus has earned the reputation as America’s Favorite Neighborhood Pet Store by offering a wide array of pet food, pet products, grooming services and animal expertise in a welcoming environment. With a friendly, pet-centered culture, where store managers and associates actually know the names of hundreds of their pet customers and their pet parents, each Pet Supplies Plus is large enough to house a broad selection of food and equipment, yet small enough to still feel neighborly.
The company, headquartered in Livonia, MI., has earned its success by understanding the unique bond between humans and their pets, while championing the conviction that ‘People Don’t Own Pets, Pets Own People.’
10/28/2013 Join Hosts Andy and Kimberly for a discussion about the potential financial collapse that continues to loom. We will be discussing the Glass Steagall Act, derivatives bubble, wealth confiscation. We'll also discuss military preparations for financial collapse including 'no hesitation targets' and armament preparations. We'll also be discussing TSA spying.
Since the end of the Cold War, the United States has been the world's sole remaining superpower, with the ability to defeat virtually any combination of enemy nations in conventional combat. It is this reality, which has led other nations and terrorist groups to develop “asymmetrical warfare” tactics and techniques as their primary way to strike heavy blows against the United States and its armed forces. One only need look at the actions of terrorist groups like Al Qaeda since 9/11, to see the potential for damaging the U.S. and its interests.
Similarly, a number of nations across the globe, including the People's Republic of China, the Russian Republic, and others, have been developing a new set of warfare concepts to help isolate themselves from the power of nations like the United States, and their armed forces. Called “Anti-Access/ Area Denial (A2/AD), this new style of naval warfare is designed to deny the powerful U.S. Navy from ever getting close enough to a conflict zone to affect its outcome. China in particular, is investing huge amounts of money and resources to developing the kinds of weapons and tactics that a proper A2/AD campaign would require, including aircraft carriers and antiship ballistic missiles.
To learn more about A2/AD operations and ideas, join military historian, author and journalist John D. Gresham (@greshamj01) for Military Monday at 1 p.m. Eastern. His guests this week will be U.S. Naval Institute Press (@USNIBooks) author Sam J. Tangredi, Who is author of the new book called, ANTI-ACCESS WARFARE. Together they will discuss A2/AD warfare, and take the calls from interested listeners with questions or opinions of their own on the subject.
Dr. Chaps reports on these important issues:
* The Obama administration padlocks a Catholic chapel and bans worship on a military base
* Senator Ted Cruz wins the Presidential straw poll at the values voters summit
* Senator Rand Paul and Marco Rubio talk about their faith in Jesus Christ
In the decade since the Allied invasion of Saddam Hussein's Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom, most Americans forget that it was a war that was dominated, and in many ways won, by airpower. And not that demonstrated by the nighttime “Shock and Awe" bombings of Baghdad, or the hunting of the “Deck of Cards,” but by an integrated application of airpower across the full spectrum of operations by Allied forces. From the attempted assassination strikes against Iraqi leadership targets (like Saddam Hussein and his sons), to the delivery and support of Special Operations Forces (SOFs) hundreds of miles behind enemy lines, Allied airpower forces made the rapid advance to Baghdad possible.
Amazingly, very little has been written regarding Allied air power operations during Operation Iraqi Freedom, leading to the possibility of important lessons being lost to the passage of time. One of the few genuine airpower experts who has taken the time to break down the contribution of airpower to Operation Iraqi Freedom has been Benjamin S. Lambeth, who has previously written on earlier conflicts in which airpower has been a major contributor. His new book, THE UNSEEN WAR, published by U.S. Naval Institute Press (@USNIBooks), goes a long way towards explaining the unique contributions of airpower towards victory in Iraq in 2003, and provides a look at what might be possible in future operations
Join military historian, author and journalist John D. Gresham for Military Monday at 1 p.m. Eastern time, s he hosts Mr. Lambeth, for an hour which will take us back a decade, to the uncertain days of March and April, 2003. Listeners are encouraged to call in and ask Mr. Gresham and/or Mr. Lambeth questions, along with adding their own opinions to the discussion. Please join us for what will certainly be an informative and interesting hour of Internet radio.
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