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  • 01:31

    Military Monday with John D. Gresham and USMC University' Christopher David Yung

    in Current Events

    While most of the world is nervously watching terrorism news from Europe, Africa, and Southwest Asia, savvy analysts and military professionals are watching the Western Rim of the Pacific region where tensions with the Peoples Republic of China (PRC) have been rising. Within a region known as the "9 Dash Line." China has been building a series of small island bases that include sensors, armed garrisons, along with airfields capable of operating fighters and large transport aircraft. Many observers see this as an act of regional aggression by the PRC, and have begun to react directly to Chinese harassment of aircraft and ships operating in what they consider "international waters." Most recently, the United States has begun to conduct "Freedom of Navigation" operations around these islands, arousing both anger and strong verbal reactions by the Chinese. The question is, is this a possible path to war? Or simply standing up to a PRC which has developed bullying tendencies over the past several decades?

    To learn more about what is happening in the South China Sea, tune into this week's edition of Military Monday (#MilitaryMonday on the Writestream Radio Network (@Writestream)) at 1 PM EST. Author, historian, journalist, documentary filmmaker, and host John D. Gresham (@greshamj01) along with U.S. Marine Corps University chair and U.S. Naval Institute author Christopher David Yung will discuss the situation inside the 9-Dash Line, and what might happen in the near future regarding these vital waters. Listners are encouraged to call in, and offer questions and opinions on this important situation.

  • Talking Pictures with USMC/Director of THE NOVEMBER WAR

    in Film

    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). 

  • 02:00

    OFF THE DROP ZONE PRESENTS:Sheila L Sptephens & LCpl Evan Reichenthal, USMC ret

    in Current Events

    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.

  • 02:20


    in Military

    Nick Hamm and I am a combat wounded Marine who has served in the Marine Corps for over 19 years now. My hope is once you learn about Warrior Built”, its mission,purpose & objectives,you will be eager to partner with this exciting, unique and rewarding foundation.Being an avid, lifelong motorcycle and off-road enthusiast, coupled with the mechanical knowledge to start a motorcycle project,I envisioned a way to help my fellow combat veterans and wounded warriors through vocational and recreational therapy.

    SEAN CLAYTON Spartan race also affected my family, my daughter at 2 years old knew how to do a burpee and anytime she saw anybody covered in mud on a video she says "A Partan Race. I started my obstacle racing career and running career in October 2012 with the Carolina Spartan Beast and here I am in 2015 having conquered some pretty cool stuff with obstacle racing and other races.I love the sport and camaraderie/brotherhood that comes with the sport.

    Marcus Marshall I and operate Marshall Firearm Service and Repair LLC.We repair, build, & sell firearms as well as blacksmithing. I have been working in the firearms industry for many years but it has been a lifelong passion. In my early 20’s I started as a range officer at a local gun range and through hard work and dedication worked my way up to managing an armory and production of their AR-15 line.With the skill and knowledge I gained we decided to open our own firearms business.My family also enjoys Martial Arts and along with our son practice Tae Kwon Do.Our business partner Matthew Bratton of Bratta Holsters is a combat veteran who served multiple tours in Iraq. He,along with veteran Army Ranger Ronn Roxx,produce main line and custom kydex holster, knife sheaths, and other products for firearm and sporting needs.We strive to provide the highest quality firearms services, repairs,and customizations



  • 02:10


    in Military

    Kimberly McDonough

    Mom of 3, kids ages 21, 19 and 18. Former NY Foster Mom for teen Girls. Presently in process of becoming Foster Mom in State of SC Marine Corps Veteran, Served US Marine Corps 1992-1998 Graduate of Briarcliffe College NY. Formerly of Long Island NY, Recently Moved to Beaufort SC Director of Operations and Board Secretary of Marines and Mickey Foundation

    Haley Warwick event manager for Carry The Fallen, a program developed by Active Heroes. Whose mission of helping veterans, active duty military and their families. She guides volunteer Team Leaders from all parts of the nation to construct Carry The Fallen ruck promoting three main goals: to raise awareness of an epidemic of 22 veteran suicides daily, to raise funds to help support all of the charity’s free programs, and to encourage camaraderie between the communities. Haley serves as a point of contact or reference for Team Leaders, handles most of the public relations for the program, and interviews and writes for the weekly Active Heroes Features as well. She holds an associate’s degree from Jefferson Community College, and a bachelor’s degree from Indiana University. Haley is a recipient of the Girl Scout Gold Award, is a Kentucky Colonial and is Hootsuite certified. In high school, she helped develop a pet therapy program at a local nursing home, training her dog and receiving certification from the Delta Society. She also developed an art therapy program for Harbor House of Louisville, a safe haven for adults with developmental disabilities. During her time in college, she interned and worked with many non-profits and public relations firms, while having her writing and photography published She was editor and a designer for her college paper and news website.

  • 01:36

    WTF? (Where's The Focus?) w/Kevin Phillips - THINKSgiving 2015

    in Motivation

    Thanksgiving is just aroung the corner, a time where family members come together and celebrate togetherness. But when you have a Brain Injury and or PTSD, times like this can be often overwhelming. Background noise and or activities can (and does) create anxiety and duress. We can become closed off, selcuded as our brains attempt to process everything that is occuring. So how do we handle this? Join us tonight as Kevin & Maggie share some great tips to help improve not  only your Holidays but EVERY Day by THINKing instead of 'feeling'!

  • 02:00


    in Military

    While researching information about starting a business Theresa Found information on a program called VWISE “Veteran Women Igniting the Spirit of Entrepreneurship” It sounded like the perfect program, but it was for “Veterans” I nearly dismissed it, but decided to read the website instead. The website was clear that the program was open to participants from any branch of the military and from any era of service. Well, I served, it was a long time ago, but I did serve, so I had nothing to lose, I applied. I was accepted!According to VWISE I was a VETERAN, but I still wasn’t convinced.The honor of being a Veteran is growing on me as I created a Facebook group in September, this group has reached over 1200 other women veterans, it is because of them that I am growing into my new persona. It is because of them that I work to create products that tell the world “Woman are Veterans too” Because of my new found persona I have a new passion and a desire to create a letter writing campaign to service women from women veterans.After nearly 30 year of considering myself Prior Service the title of Veteran is still growing on me.

    Robert Gschwind I joined the USMC on the delayed entry program in Feb. 1965. Graduated from Paris Island In Aug. 1965, Promoted to PFC. Graduated ITR in October 1965. Attended Aviation Fundementals course at NATTC Memphis, TN. Assigned to Short Airfield for Tactical Support School, at NAS Lakehurst, NJ. Class #1. Received my Primary MOS os 7011. Arrived in MAB Chu Lai, Repulic of South Viet Nam, April 1966. Assigned to Marine Airbase Squadron-12. Remained in country until October 1969. Reported for duty at Marine Barrachs HQ Marine Corps, November 1966. Various assignments allover the world until I retired 30 Sept. 1988. Also trained in Communications Security, Embarkation. Additional MOS's 0441 and 0491.

  • 01:52

    News and Current Events - On The Ed Boston Podcast

    in Christianity

    Tonight's show will be a grab bag of numerous topics going on in the world. God has been so good to me and who knows where He is going to lead me this week. I have my plan, just like I did last week on Wednesday, but sometimes God changes things and has His Holy Spirit take the wheel. So instead of saying what I'm going to talk about, I will be following my prayed about plan and ....... Where He leads me, I will follow. 

  • 02:03


    in Military

    Michael Mahler is a former Sargeant in the Washington National Guard. He was enlisted in April 1993 and retired April 2014.  He completed two tours in Iraq; 2004-2005, 2008-2009.  Mikey says he joined the military because he "wanted to do my part, and always loved the military."

    "Dr. Bridget Cantrell has a doctorate in Clinical Psychology and is a Nationally Board certified Mental Health Counselor.  Her primary work encompasses therapeutic counseling for war veterans and their families.  She is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Hearts Toward Home International, a charitable non-profit organzation dedicated to the recovery and reintegration of trauma survivors.  She works and lectures worldwide and resides in Bellingham, Washington." Bio from Once A Warrier Wired For Life, back cover. 



  • 02:32

    Bobby Brown Bail & Beyond with Bobby Brown: Special Guest Steve DiSchiavi 11/15

    in Entertainment

    The show everyone’s been waiting for is finally here! First of its kind ever, Bobby Brown Bail And Beyond, goes live with online Radio, linked with his exciting new Reality TV show. Bail And Beyond is hosted by this 24yr veteran Bail Bondsman; Bobby Brown. Formally a detective and currently a member of retired cops ‘Apple Dumpling Gang’; Bobby is also a frequent guest on Reality TV Dog the Bounty Hunter show. Bobby Brown teams up in a unique, cross border alliance with, multi-talented, Psychic, Empath, and Evidential Medium; Amelia Pisano. Also known as Psychic In Stilettos, Amelia’s rare talent seeing beyond where most cannot, is something she has lived with all her life. Amelia’s gift allows her to locate the missing, and help bring closure to those who have lost loved ones. Bobby Brown and Amelia Pisano together, have a great passion for the work they do. Each case reflecting professional pride, while showing the utmost of compassion. Bobby Brown Bail And Beyond is uniquely different bringing years of top detective skills, together with Amelia’s extraordinary gift of seeing and communicating with those beyond, a gift only a true Medium can give. Audiences will be able to ask questions directly to Bobby Brown, Medium Amelia Pisano, along with all the world renowned guests scheduled for this exciting new show. Bobby Brown Bail And Beyond is a show like no other! The Exciting Who’s Who of guests will be appearing each week. They will include Crime Detectives, Celebrities, Authors, Psychic’s, with vast subjects including, cold and active crime cases, exposing historical mysteries, and the unknown paranormal. The list goes on, you don’t want to miss one moment of this exciting new online Radio and Reality TV show.  written by C.C. Champagne

     Producer Jeremy Smith



  • 02:19


    in Military

    Justin was given his first guitar at age 16...and hasn't put it down since. Raised a preacher's son, he was taught the love of music at an early age. At 18 he joined the Marine Corps and served 4 years as an infantryman and radio operator. Once a Marine, always a Marine. Justin has played with such artists as, Hayley Stayner, The Brewer Boys, and with the house band at "Country at the Merc" The Ranch Rockers. His love of country music shows in his playing style as well as stage presence. There are a few songs he doesn't know but quite a few he does. He is a veritable Ken Jennings of country music. Justin has opened for and shared the stage with Country artists such as : Lee Ann Womack, Dierks Bentley, Jimmy Wayne, Emerson Drive, Jada Dryer, and Hunter Hayes.

    Currently he is playing with John Preston and Shane Roberts, also both Marines, in an original music project. 2 EPs have been released along with a music video. Justin met John in 2001 and has been playing music with him ever since. Although the music hits home with veterans, it has made a difference in many lives, and has reached countless people with the message that our veterans are not alone in their struggles with PTSD/TBI. We are bringing the fight to PTSD and changing lives.

    Jessie Chadwick joined the Army immediately after graduating high school in 1999. During his career, he held 3 MOSs and multiple titles within those MOSs which gives him unique perspective. Multiple deployments finally took their toll and Jessie was retired in May of this year. Since retirement, Jessie has found a home as the Operations Director of Missing Warrior Alert, a division of National VETSAR.