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In the doom and gloom that prevaded throughout the United States' Navy in the immediate aftermath of the dastardly sneak attack on U.S. naval and air installations at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii on December 7 1941, the U.S. Navy had precious few ships left to stand against the relentless enemy onslaught. Piercing through this dark cloud was the indomitable Aircraft Carrier, USS YORKTOWN. She was a fighting lady. Big, beautiful, proud and strong, the USS YORKTOWN stood fast against the Japanese juggernaut. The nerve and skill of her aircrews and anti-aircraft gunners inflicted grievious losses upon the Empire of Japan culminating in their cataclysmic defeat at the Battle of Midway. Her exploits made her a legend. And her legacy is forever secure in the annals of maritime history. This, and following broadcasts will detail her life and amazing career.
In the perpetual doom and gloom that prevaded throughout the U.S. Navy in the immediate aftermath of the dastardly sneak attack upon our naval and air installations in and around Pearl Harbor, Hawaii by the Japanese on December 7th 1941, the U.S. Navy had precious few ships left to stand against the relentless enemy onslaught. The Aircraft Carrier USS YORKTOWN was one of those ships. Big, beautiful, and strong, she contested every inch of the Pacific from the Japanese throughout the first harrowing months of 1942, inflicting huge losses upon their Empire, eventually culminating with their cataclysmic defeat at the Battle of Midway in early June of that year.
In the doom and gloom that prevaded throughout the U.S. Navy in the immediate aftermath of the dastardly sneak attack upon U.S. naval and air installations at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii by the Empire of Japan, the U.S. Navy had precious few fighting ships left to satnd against the relentless enemy onslaught. The Aircraft Carrier USS YORKTOWN was one of those ships. Big, beautiful, and strong, she fought the Japanese tooth and nail and contested every inch of the Pacific while inflicting grievous losses upon their empire; culminating in their cataclysmic defeat at the Battle of Midway. Her fighting heroics made her a legend, and forever secured her legacy in the annals of maritime history. This and future broadcasts will detail her amazing life and incredible fighting career.
In the doom and gloom that prevaded in the U.S. Navy in the immediate aftermath of the dastardly sneak attack by the Japanese on United States' Naval and Air installations at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii on December 7 1941, our great nation had precious few ships left in the Pacific to stem the relentless enemy onslaught. The aircraft carrier, USS YORKTOWN [CV-5] was one of those ships. Big, beautiful and strong, this heroic fighting lady served the U.S. Navy with great honor and sitinction as she fought back stubbornly against the rising tide of Japanese agression. This great fighting spirit culminatied with the cataclysmic Japanese defeat at the Battle of Midway in which air groups from the USS YORKTOWN [CV-5] played an integral role in driving a dagger right through the pride of the Japanese Imperial Fleet, forever truning the tide of the War in the Pacific. This and many upcoming broadcasts will detail the amazing life and legacy of the USS YORKTOWN [CV-5].
In the doom and gloom that prevailed in the darks days following the dastardly sneak attack by the Japanese on the American Naval base at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, the U.S. Pacific Fleet had precious few capital warships left to face down the relentless Japanese onslaught. One of those ships was the aircraft carrier, USS Yorktown [CV-5]. She was a magnificent naval vessel. Strong, and proud, she stood up defiantly against the wonton acts of agression by a fanatical enemy, playing an integral role in the cataclysmic slaughter of the Japanese at the Battle of Midway. This broadcast will be part 1 in a brilliant series that will detail her life and legacy to the United States' Navy and all the great things its has always, and will always stand for.
It's another action-packed episode of UJR as Richard Stanley Stops by to talk about recent events where a woman's pet snakes were unjustly taken by the federal government and what should happen in this instance. Then the one and only Shawn Heflick stops by to talk Croc conservation and Christmas Crocfest 15 taking place at Croc Manor on December 5th to benefit global crocodile conservation projects. It's going to be a spectacualr one as usual on the won and only, world famous, UrbanJunglesRadio
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Christmas Croc Fest 2015 is scheduled to take place on Saturday, December 5, 2015 from noon until 10:00 pm at Crocodile Manor, Shawn Heflick’s facility, in Palm Bay, Florida. Proceeds raised at this year's event will benefit the West African slender-snouted crocodile, Mecistops cataphractus. Populations of the West African slender-snout have been isolated from the Central African group for over 7.5 million years, resulting in such morphological and genetic distinctions that taxonomic revisions are underway to recognize it as a unique species. Considered the least-known crocodile in the world, surveys in West Africa over the last ten years have detected fewer than 20 wild adults. In 2013, they were assigned a Critically Endangered classification on the IUCN Red List.
Wars are full of accidental battles, unexpected horror, and the valor of ordinary people in extraordinary circumstances.
Often lost in the sweeping stories of the Pacific in WWII, there is a story that - if not for one man's inability to properly recognize one ship from another - should have never have happened. Because of that one man's mistake, and a leader's stubborn enthusiasm to double down on that mistake, the lived of hundreds of men were lost - and possibly the course of a pivotal early battle changed.
Our guest for the full hour will be author Don Keith to discuss the tale of the USS Neosho (AO-23) and USS Sims (DD-409) at the Battle of the Coral Sea in his latest book, The Ship That Wouldn't Die: The Saga of the USS Neosho- A World War II Story of Courage and Survival at Sea.
Don is an award-winning and best-selling author of books on a wide range of topics. In addition to being a prolific writer, he also has a background in broadcast journalism from on-the-air personality to ownership.
Don’s web site is www.donkeith.com
December is loaded with life atone births, and history way back past Nostradomus. How's Jesus Christ to start with, on the 25th. Nostro's birthday is Dec 14th, predictable each year since 1503. Army-Navy started playing a yearly football game in 1870. And, get this November fans - Thanksgiving was first officially celebrated in America in 1619. A true American hero - Woody Duffin, Sr. was born on Dec 5th, then two days following the young sailor's 20th birthday, his USS California was attacked at Pearl Harbor. He survived, as well as 17 of 21 trapped shipmates in a room full of swelling oil due to his ability to escape to help. That's what Bronze Stars are made of.
I'll touch on some Coping Skills. Brain Injury Coping Skills. Life Skills. What? Dunno yet. Let's see how the day goes and discuss our success or failures of Brain Injury Recovery. All is good, but get started EARLY after your injury in total therapy. Go slow, repeat if need be, practice the ''home work'' and learn how the frustrations can disappear - most the time, not always. Uh, its a BRAIN INJURY we are deal with hear.
So, Class, class. Be seated, please. Class? Class. SHUTUP! Thank you. Yep, Sister Mary Elephant was created by Cheech & Chong in December 1971. Better yet, shut me up, call in (424)243-9540. The 'Staff' has put together a historical music blend of Rock, Country Rock so we can roll. TBI themed songs rock my world. I bet there are some you wouldn't believe was written before you 'brain issues'. And thank you Les Paul Morgan, for some banged head reason, I avoided music therapy for five years following my accident. He pushed my YouTube buttons. THAT"S how hard God hit me in the head....
The Wealth Money Radio Show has initiated our State Legislator Out Reach Effort. (Slore) Our first guest in the series is Senator Ron Collins of Maine. Senator Collins served four terms in the Maine House of Representatives. His committee experience includes the Government Oversight Committee, the State and Local Government Committee, as well as the Transportation Committee for which he has served as Chairman.
Playing Forgotten Music of the old 78 records techstoryteller
Veteran’s day 2015
Star spangled Banner Frank Stanley
Stars and Stripes Forever John Philips Sousa
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Just a short show to say Thank You to all my fellow brethren Vets.
To all my past shipmates, current Facebook veteran friends,
To American Legion posts 51 and 53,
I wanted to take a moment and Salute YOU
To all the vets I have met (And those I hope to meet) though my shows (and Future Shows)
Thank you for the work you are doing with and for Veterans,
I once again would like to extend an open invite to all that if you have a story to share about your service or the work you are to doing to help other brothers and sister vets. I would like to invite to join me on a show and give you the chance to share your experiences
A special THANK YOU to those of you from USS Chicago , USS Excel, USS Enhance, USS Pluck, USS Lang, USS Duncan, ATG San Diego, SIMA Long Beach, and CNFK Port Huneme CA who made my 28 year career a ride of my life
A special shout out to those Vets (plus those honorary vets) at my school who everyday offer their wisdom and advice in helping me produce my radio shows and make this so much fun
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