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December 11 - Jazz Band - Airborne
With a career spanning decades, "musical peacemakers" of contemporary jazz, Airborne, sends out an Inspirational Message of Hope to the World.
Airborne has a beautiful trademark jazz sound of Island Passion and Urban Emotion. The band’s hot rhythms smoothly cruise on a cool sea of music and voices. Joyful Jazz with A Message!
Join me as I talk to founding members, Thomas and Greg Borino, about the groups 25th Anniversary CD, and we spread some Christmas warmth.
June 14 - Contemporary Jazz Group - Airborne
Sounds of passion and emotion, a multi-cultural product of the band's hometown of New Haven, CT. Formed in 1988, these veterans of jazz have remained within the jazz social mainstream with total dedication to their music, skills, and goals.
Airborne has been graciously proclaimed the “Musical Peacemakers” of Contemporary Jazz and have been awarded a Merit of Honor by the World Peace Organization for their excellence in World Music and as Humanitarians.
Hey jazzers! Ron Jackson of The Smooth Jazz Ride here. Join me and my co-hosts Aira & Mike as we chat with Tom & Greg Borino of the "Musical Peacemakers of Contemporary Jazz," Airborne. We'll also play tracks from their new release, Silver Skies, which celebrates their 25th Anniversary in the music biz. Listeners with questions or comments for the Borinos can call in on 1-858-777-8436. "See" ya there!
Ebola is not currently an airborne disease. You can't catch Ebola by sitting across the room from someone who has it. You can only catch Ebola from coming into direct contact with the bodily fluids of someone who has the disease and is showing symptoms.
FEARS THAT EBOLA WILL MUTATE AND SPREAD THROUGH THE AIR ARE OVERBLOWN, EXPERTS SAY
(One caveat: If someone with Ebola symptoms sneezes or coughs and the saliva or mucus hits your eyes, nose, or mouth, that can transmit the disease, but this is rare, and it's mainly a concern for health workers. It's also not what people mean by "airborne.")
Airborne is a multi-cultural Contemporary Jazz group based from New Haven, CT USA.Formed in the 1980’s these veterans of jazz celebrate years of recordings, jazz festivals, concerts, and clubs. The members have toured across the World. Airborne has many award winning and chart topping CD’s and has received worldwide airplay and international acclaim.Airborne the proclaimed “Musical Peacemakers” of Contemporary Jazz sends out an Inspirational Message of Hope to the World.
JOIN RUSS and PRESTON TONIGHT as they interview 2 very special guests.
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THEN THE SECOND HOUR with CHAPLIN Barry Mainardi
Chaplain Barry graduated from the University of Dayton in 1965. He served with the U.S. Army until 1974 and received an Honorable Discharge at the rank of Captain. During his tour of service, Barry was both an Airborne Jumpmaster and an instructor pilot. He served in two combat tours, including Vietnam, where he was awarded a Distinguished Flying Cross, Bronze Star, Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry with Oak Leaf among others. Barry feels his status as a disabled veteran helps him assist other veterans whose experiences he has paralleled.
Barry dedicates his life serving our Lord Christ Jesus as an ordained Senior Chaplain with Messages of Faith Ministry. He currently serves as Chair of the Chaplaincy Advisory Board, 10,000Kids (producer of Emmy nominee Trafficked-No-More) team Leader; METRO Human Trafficking Taskforce Partner; Co-Chair of the Southern NV Community Gang Taskforce on Human Trafficking; METRO RECAP (Reclaiming Every City Around Peace) First Responder; Red Rock Search and Rescue Lead Chaplain; Clark County School District Police Chaplain Liaison; Mayor's Faith Based Initiative on Human Trafficking; and is a 10 year Volunteer for the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department.
Barry has approximately 40 years of experience in the securities industry. For the last 20 years, Barry is serving as an Arbitrator for the Financial Industries Regulatory Authority (FINRA). Bio on Senior Chaplain Barry A. Mainardi
(JOIN ME TONIGHT ON THE NEXT MISSION RADIO AS WE SPEAK WITH THE SPOUSES BEHIND OUR BRAVE SERVICE MEN AND WOMAN)
TONIGHT OUR FIRST GUEST WILL BE MRS. DEBBIE BERRY-FIELDS WIFE OF RET. CSM CHRIS FIELDS. AS WE TRY AND BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN CIVILIANS AND MILITARY TO GET A BETTER UNDERSTANDING OF THE DIFFERENCES AND SIMILIAR SITUATIONS THAT WE FACE.
HER HUSBAND RET. CSM US Army, (Ret) served proudly for 30 years in the United States Army. He led soldiers as a Scout Team Leader, Squad Leader, Sniper Section Leader, Scout Platoon Sergeant, First Sergeant and Command Sergeant Major for an Infantry Battalion and Calvary squadron. He has had four combat tours including one in the Horn of Africa, two in Iraq, and one to Afghanistan. Command Sergeant Major Fields has a bachelors degree in History through Excelsior University. His military education/training includes the Basic Airborne Course, Ranger School, Jump Master Course, Pathfinder Course, Sniper school and all of the Army Non-commissioned officer development courses culminating with the United States Army Sergeants Major Academy. His highlighted awards include: The Legion of Merit, Five Bronze Stars (two for Valor), Meritorious Service Medal (with one Oak Leaf Cluster), Two Purple Heart Medals, Combat Infantryman Badge, Expert Infantryman Badge, Ranger Tab, Senior Parachutist Badge, Air Assault Badge, Pathfinder Badge, German Parachutist Badge, French Commando Badge, French Foreign Legion Desert Survival Badge. Behind the battle tested Sergeant Major (who has survived 14 IED attacks, five of which completely destroyed the vehicle he was in – the final attack ending with a Rocket Propelled Grenade (RPG) striking the HUMVEE seat he was in) is a great man of faith.
WE WILL BE OPENING THE LINES TO ANY AND ALL SPOUSES TO GIVE US THERE INPUT ON TONIGHTS TOPIC AND TO SHARE THERE STORIES. SO PLEASE LISTEN IN TO SHOW YOUR SUPPORT AND LEARN WITH ME IN THIS NEW AREA.
Warrior Talk Radio with GI Jenn & Lance Taylor is honored to welcome Dale Comstock back & Geoff Dardia and Mary Dague for the first time!
Dr. Dale Comstock is the President of Comstock Enterprises, Inc. Dale works as a contract security specialist. He retired from the Army in 2001, after serving 5 years in the 3rd SFG as the Senior NCO and Light and Heavy Weapons expert on an A-Team; 10 years with the 1st SFOD–D (Delta Force) as an assault Team Leader and Explosives Expert; he served 4 years with the 82nd Airborne Div. as an Airborne Infantryman in a Long Range Reconnaissance Platoon; and he served 9 years as a independent security contractor in support of GWOT.
SFC Dardia served with 3rd SFG and had multiple OEF Deployments. SFC Dardia was then assigned to the Advanced Skills Detachment as a Special Forces Advanced Urban Combat Instructor for two years then served as a Dive Supervisor and Pre Scuba instructor for 18 months. SFC Dardia then served on ODA 3115 and has since completed Military Freefall and another OEF deployment. SFC Dardia now serves as a Liaison with USSOCOM Care Coalition and is undergoing treatment for heavy metal toxicity.
Mary Dague enlisted in the U.S. Army as an EOD Technician. In 2006, she was assigned to the 707th, in Fort Lewis, Washington. On January 1, 2007. She served in OIF. On November 4, 2007, a device detonated removing both of her arms above the elbow. She was awarded the Purple Heart and the Bronze Star Medal for her actions. During her recovery her purpose there became to inspire and drive others to live greatly and overcome adversity. She continues to be an advocate for EOD, wounded troops, and veterans struggling to adapt.
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