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Host Paul Booth with discuss The November War with USMC Garrettn Philip Anderson as he tells us about the battles, making the film and what his Platoon for K-BAY in Hawaii did for us, in Iraq (the real deal, NO HOLLYWOOD TRAILERS).
Sheila L. Stephens
Retired Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF)Special Agent
Author: The Everything Private Investigation Book
Private Investigator: www.SaferSecurityInc.com
Adjunct Professor, Criminal Justice, Jefferson State College
Professor Facilitator, Masters in Criminal Justice Online Program, Boston University
Forensic Psychology PhD Candidate
CEO and President of The Valkyrie Initiative
SECOND HOUR we welcome to the Show: LCpl Evan Reichenthal, USMC ret.
In January 2011 Even lost his leg due to an IED explosion. He was put into a coma and awoke in Bethesda Hospital.
He endured 30 sureries there and was transferred to Walter Reed Hospital. He went through 12 weeks of physical and occupational therapy.Even walked in just 4 months and began running with 8 months. In 2012 he was medically retired. He has since Received his Cross Fit certification, and has became an inspiration to many. He now manages the OPERATION ENDURING WARRIOR.
QUOTE: from Even: On a more spiritual level, I aim to inspire fellow adaptive athletes, and wounded veterans in hopes they see me and others like me, and see the potential they have.
JIM ERWIN has built his entire career on one premise – to protect. He is a veteran of the U.S. Special Operations Forces,Including service as 1st SFOD-D (Delta) Operator. Provided close protection and security for high-profiled clientele. Erwin is a certified FBI Advanced Firearms Instructor,Has earned several instructor certifications for the NRA. Entered the U.S. Army, eager to earn his place in the 2nd Ranger Battalion (75th Ranger Regiment) at Fort Lewis, WA. Erwin was awarded the Distinguished Honor Graduate of his U.S. Army Sniper Course and served as the ranking NCO for a military free-fall unit. Erwin accepted an invitation to participate in the 1st SFOD-D selection course - where he was ultimately one of five candidates chosen from a class of nearly 100.As a member of Team U.S. Elite, Erwin is able to expand his role as a protection specialist to a diverse group – from tactical shooters to active duty members to athletes or anyone else.
HOUR # 2 PLEASE HELP US WELCOME Michael Golembesky, author of Level Zero Heroes (St. Martin's Press 2014) and former member of Marine Special Operations Team 8222 (2009-10).While on his second deployment in Iraq, SSgt. Golembesky was selected to become an aircraft controller with the newly formed Marine Corps Special Operations Command (MARSOC). Obtained 8002 MOS and was assigned as a team JTAC with Marine Special Operations Company G, Team 2. His fifth and final deployment was served in Afghanistan (RC-W) with Marine Special Operations Team 8222 from 2009 through 2010 in the Bala Murghab River Valley.Michael's personal military awards include the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal (Valor), two Navy and Marine Corps Combat Action Ribbons and the Afghanistan and Iraq Campaign Medals.
With the new defense budget out, new QDR out, the withdraw of maneuver forces from Afghanistan, rising interest in INDO-PAC operations, and a resurgent Russia: after over a decade of COIN and land wars in Southwest and Central Asia - what is the status of the United States Marine Corps?
Materially, intellectually, and culturally - is the USMC set up to move best towards the expected challenges and missions?
Our guest for the full hour will be Dakota L. Wood, Lt Col, USMC (Ret.), Senior Research Fellow, Defense Programs at the Douglas and Sarah Allison Center for Foreign and National Security Policy at The Heritage Foundation.
Following retirement, Mr. Wood served as a Senior Fellow at the Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments.
Most recently, Mr. Wood served as the Strategist for the U.S. Marine Corps’ Special Operations Command.
Mr. Wood holds a Bachelor of Science in Oceanography from the U.S. Naval Academy; a Master’s degree in National Security and Strategic Studies from the College of Naval Command and Staff, U.S. Naval War College.
We are given clues all the time that not only explain 'why' things are the way they are, but 'how' to get where we desire to be. The only 'cost' is PAYING ATTENTION! The average person has over 60,000 thoughts a day and with a TBI, the dilusion is 'diminished activity' when in reality, for some of us who've been living with it, experience hyper-activity to the point of displaying symptoms of ADHD or other irrational behaviors.
SO, WTF? If you're enduring daily (or hourly) 'misfires', siezures or 'outbursts', tune in and listen to different stories of how other THRIVERS have learned how to go from Blissed to Pissed, back to Bliss in record time (for them).
WTF? is an 'open mic' for Thrivers, Care Partners/Givers/Takers, Family, Friends, and advocates to speak up and for others to learn from each other's experiences.
Please remember, no foul language, sexism, racism, or religion due to FCC regulations.
Jack Mandaville of Ranger Up and starring in upcoming Feature Film Range 15 will be talking with Stew and the Nunn about all things going on in the Ranger Up world and his role in the movie that has taken the internet by storm even before filming! Jack is a USMC Combat Veteran serving as an Infantryman.
Heaven and Earth Oasis is having success in restoring energy, recovery and other trauma-related issues with an array of alternative treatments. The U.S. Army studied the effectiveness of complementary therapies in 2007 that are also employed by Heaven and Earth Oasis. These include reiki that has been found to be effective in treating hyper-arousal, anxiety, panic and tension induced physical pain.The program was so successful that U.S. Army Chief of Staff Gen. George Casey said it should be replicated throughout the military.
More Guests Announcements coming soon!! Check back often.
Dr. Goetsh was a member of the United States Marine Corps. Dr. Goetsch is Emeritus Vice-President of Northwest Florida State College where he served full-time for 36 years and still teaches on a part-time basis. His administrative responsibilities as Vice-President included the College’s six branch campuses/centers, business and industry relations, military relations, local government relations, and legislative relations. Dr. Goetsch holds professorships in three different disciplines: Business/Management, Political Science, and technical education. He is the author of more than 70 books. Several of his books are bestsellers in the collegiate market and have been translated into foreign languages (Korean, Malaysian, Hindi, Spanish, Japanese, and Indonesian).
Dr. Goetsch holds a Doctorate Degree in Organizational Leadership, Four Masters Degrees (Management, Human Development and Counseling, International Relations, and Educational Leadership), a Baccalaureate Degree in Business/Technical Education, and an Associate Degree in Engineering Technology. Dr. Goetsch is Vice-Chairman of the Florida Defense Support Task Force. Dr. Goetsch has been Northwest Florida’s “Economic Development Volunteer of the Year” three times (1992, 1996, and 2008).
Dr. Goetsch was selected by the United States Department of Education as America’s Outstanding Technical Educator of the Year in 1984. In 2009 he was recognized for “Outstanding Community Engagement” by the Carnegie Foundation. Upon his retirement from NWFSC, the Gallery in the SSC Building (third floor) was named the “Dr. David L. Goetsch Gallery” in honor of his service to the College.
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Tonight is an 'open-mic' around the topic of FUTURE CHANGES, starting with ourselves. Summer is rapidly coming to a close and now is the time most (cognitively aware) are preparing for that seasonal change. FALL is coming and tonight we'll be sharing some great tips to ensure you're not falling in Fall. CALL IN LIVE @424.243.9540 or click the link below. Show starts @7PM Pacific!
WTF? is an 'open mic' for Thrivers, Care Partners, Family, Friends, and advocates to speak up and for others to learn from each others experiences.
Please remember, no foul language, sexism or racism due to FCC regulations.
Playing Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records by Curt Hahn
United States Marine Band – National Emblem March
German Fidelity March
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United States Marine Band – National Emblem March / German Fidelity March
Label: Victor – 17577
Genre: Brass & Military
A: National Emblem March
B: German Fidelity March
Lt. Wm .H. Santelmain Director
In 1887, Santelmann decided to audition for the United States Marine Band. He applied to John Philip Sousa and auditioned for him on violin, clarinet, and baritone. He was accepted on all three instruments and joined the band Sept. 24, 1887. His first two years with the Marine Band included the first two concert tours ever taken by the band.
In 1898 the position of leader of the Marine Band became open and he was named 19th Director on March 3, 1898.
Patti Katter and Gordie Harris will have a sit down interview with Robin Kelleher to talk about the history of Hope For The Warriors®. Robin Kelleher currently serves as President and CEO of Hope For The Warriors®, the organization she co-founded in 2006. Robin's entrepreneurship, leadership, and passion has led this highly successful once grassroots effort to national heights, significantly impacting the wounded and fallen communities. Robin is responsible for developing and implementing the strategic direction of the organization, providing budgetary and mission-focused guidance to the growing staff of Hope For The Warriors®. She works directly with the board of directors and plays a key role in developing the board, ensuring the future of the organization. She maintains complete oversight of all operations.
Robin is a member of the Women's Association of Northern Virginia and sits on the Military Family and Veterans Service Organizations of America (MFVSOA) board of directors and is a mentor with Joining Forces Mentoring Plus®. Robin has worked extensively with military families, caring for family units during multiple deployments as the wife of a Marine. Additionally, her experiences as the daughter and granddaughter of United States Soldiers (dating back to World War II) have given her a unique insight into the needs of our service members and their families. This perspective has allowed Robin to develop key programs specifically designed to restore the family unit.
PLEASE SHARE: Episode #324: Saturday 4pm to 6pm Pacific Voices of Global Freedom interviews Kimberly Dvorak and Colonel William O'Brien. Kimberly is a freelance National Security & Foreign Policy Investigative journalist and covered national and international news for more than 25 years. Kimberly has won many awards and covered KSM trials from GITMO, Cuba. She also contributes to many national radio and TV broadcasts.
Colonel William O'Brien USMC (Ret.) is a 37 year combat Veteran having earned his PH.D from the Thomas Jefferson Law School San Diego. His assignments included Global War on Terror deployments across the Middle East. His previous assignments included Director of Readiness at Headquarters Marine Corps, Special Assistant to the Secretary of the Navy and the Deputy Secretary of Defense.
Dvorak and O'Brien tag team to bring audiences cutting edge information on U.S. Mexican border conditions and Musilm Jihadist terror threats to our homeland.
Don't miss this high energy, entertaining, informative show covering current threats to our liberty and how to survive and thrive in these dangerous troubled times.
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This show is dedicated to: Marine Cpl Jacob C Leicht killed May 27, 2010, while supporting combat operations in Helmand province, Afghanistan.
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Defending the Republic with Annie "The Radio Chick", Kel Fritzi and Dan Butcher is an ongoing discussion of recent events.
Special Guest: Manny Vega, USMC Retired, Former Infantry Scout at Marines, 1st Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion. Manny made the news when he refused to take down the American and USMC flags from his home and faced eviction. He also was at the WWII Memorial in Washington, DC helping to tear down the barricades the Obama Administration erected, blaming sequestration. In counter protest to the Pro-Palestinian Rally outside the White House, he faced down physical assault upon his person while showing brave support for Israel. He has been a rock of support for Jill Tahmooressi, whose son remained jailed in a Mexico prison, while the Obama Administration twiddles their thumbs. https://www.facebook.com/manuel.e.vega
Supporters of the Tahmooressi family have created an official fundraising site to collect donations to offset the cost of his legal defense. To donate, visit AndrewFreedomFund.com. Contributions and letters can also be mailed to: Andrew Tahmooressi Liberty Fund, 5722 S. Flamingo Road #114, Cooper City FL 33330-3206M
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