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Showtime: Tuesday, February 24th, 2015 at 6pm Eastern
Join your host, Joshua Askew, along with co-host Billy Madison and our guest - Dennis Root. Dennis will be discussing use of force cases, scenarios and training. Listener's with questions or comments are encouraged to call into the studio and ask questions 646-668-2693
Dennis Root Is a renowned law enforcement trainer and a nationally recognized expert in use of force and personal safety. He retired from the Martin County Sheriff’s Office In April Of 2011, after more than 21 years of service, as a police officer. During His career, Dennis’ Duties included road patrol, traffic, detective, canine and he served as the agency’s use of force specialist. Dennis Has obtained the Florida Attorney General’s Office Designation as a Crime Prevention Practitioner, CPTED Practitioner And Victim Services Practitioner. He Has served as the lead Defensive Tactics Instructor For three different law enforcement agencies and is the former lead Defensive Tactics Instructor For the Indian River Criminal Justice Training Institute, Where he taught both basic and advanced training courses.
Dennis Is the President Of Dennis Root & Associates, Inc., A private investigation and expert consultant firm. His Area of expertise has him working cases across the United States. He Has appeared on CNN, HLN And many local news media programs.
In January 2014, Dennis Founded The Dennis Root Public Safety Foundation, Inc. A non---profit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to supporting community awareness with free public safety and crime prevention programs benefiting children, adults, and seniors. The Foundation Also supports the specialized needs of law enforcement and military K---9 teams.
We will update you on what is happening around the world. We hope that you will call in and share with us the kinds of things you are seeing where you live. Is the media the worst terrorist for giving the bad guys a platform? Or have you experienced things in your neck of the woods that aren't getting reported? Join us to discuss.
Military Mamas Show aired in Cincinnati, Ohio on live talk radio from 2008 to December 2013. They made the decision to transition to internet radio beginning January 2014,so that the host could broadcast from any where in the world and reach a broader listener base.
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A police officer can use force to overcome resistance and to defend him or herself. The evolution of the use of force in the United States, and in particular deadly force, has been influenced by at least three factors. The first factor is the law. Most famously, the United States Supreme Court in Tennessee V Garner introduced the dual concepts of Necessary and Reasonable. The second factor has been technological change. In the arena of deadly force, police officers have access to more powerful weapons and weapons with high-capacity magazines. Additionally, a number of less-than-lethal options have been introduced in the last three decades. Lastly, changes in the law and the introduction of new weapons systems have led to a revolution in police training. In many instances and in addition to basic marksmanship training given at a firing range, police officers in the 21st Century are also trained via real-life “shoot-don’t-shoot” exercises and simulators. All of these factors have led to greater public and administrative expectations of police officers when they are faced with use of force situations.
Lieutenant Raymond E. Foster, LAPD (ret.) a international expert in police policy and practices will explore the various factors in the evolution of law enforcement’s use of deadly force.
Join host Dave Etter and guest Rob Aeschbach, founder and owner of The Military Financial Planner LLC, as we discuss and take call concerning filing taxes this year.
MMSRS is a weekly 2-hour web-based radio show, hosted by Dave Etter, focusing on the needs of men married to serving military members, both men and women. Male Military Spouses are a small niche of military spouses, comprising of only 7%-8% of all military spouses. We feel left out, usually, at support functions - especially those designed with the spouses being identified as "wives"! We get cajoled at playgrounds where our kids play, from the mommies there who think we don't belong. We are proud SAHDs, who gave up our careers to follow our spouses as they dedicate thier lives to defend our country! Here, on this show, we come together and share beer recipes, diaper changing techniques, financial discoveries - manly things, for men! Airs Fridays at Noon CT, rated R for the cussing that can occur, and available for download (podcast) immediately following each show.
Recently my cousin messaged me, I would die if my son will be in the military. How can you live with the fear that any moment he could be sent to a war? I couldn’t do it .. I would have done all I could to stop him from going in the military, and for that I admire you.
My answer to her was…I will never forget how my heart dropped when my son came to tell me he wanted to join the military. I asked him if he was sure and if that’s what he wanted then.. I will support his decision 100%. He explained his reasons and I noticed he had really thought it over and was sure of his decision. I knew if he saw that his decision was breaking my heart he wouldn’t go through with it. The next few months were emotionally torturing and that’s when my silent tears began. The day came when we had to drive him so he could begin his journey. On my way to drop him off, I prayed for strength. The time to say our goodbyes came, he said bye to my daughter, my boyfriend and then me. That hug almost made me break down, as I hugged him in my head I scream to God for strength and to please help me hold my tears. As we pull away I saw his tears, I took a deep breath and said "Hey, don’t cry you see me I'm strong and time will fly, we will see each other soon." He cracked a smirked and said "true," took a deep breath and walked away. I held my tears in till I got in my car, and I just let it out. I was not seeing my son leaving but one of my best friends.
I'm very proud of him and his achievements so far in his military journey, but I couldn’t be selfish. A mother or any parent must let their child free and let them spread their wings. My faith gives me strength and yes I'm hurting but I have faith that the Lord and my grandmother are watching over him and keeping him safe. Only I know how many silent tears I've shed.
Listen 24/7 to this program that aired Feb 25, 2015 to Julie Frost talk about growing up in her Military Family.
"My Dad was an active duty Air Force officer and pilot for 27 years. He retired as a Colonel stationed at the Pentagon after many moves and deployments. My big brother attended the Air Force Academy and followed in my father's footsteps as an Air Force pilot, top in his pilot training class."
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Tonight -- The Texas court ruling that blocked Obama's landmark immigration overhaul. What will Republicans in Congress do about it? Will this affect the Dept of Homeland Security appropriations bill that strips out funding for Obama's executive orders that would let up to 4.7 million illegal aliens stay without threat of deportation? And what about the 26 states that brought the suit forward, suing the Obama Administration for this action?
Are the Big Money donors having a change of heart about supporting Jeb Bush's push for the presidency? What about Hillary?
The President's request for Authorization to use military force -- AUMF. A ruse to keep Congress busy with infighting as Obama runs the clock?
The Keystone Pipeline - will a huge train derailment that spilled thousands of gallons of crude oil in West Virginia help get this bill passed?
Our Capitol Hill Insider Elizabeth Letchworth joins us tonight with insight and backstories.
Army Wife Talk Radio is the leading internet talk radio show for Army wives, by Army wives. AWTR is hosted by the Army Wife Network Core Team - www.ArmyWifeNetwork.com. AWTR guests bring exciting, relevant topics and resources to the attention of our military families.
Guest: Sam Meek
The rise in sexual assault in the military, on both men and women, bekons us to reconsider what it means to serve our country. One case in particular of PFC Lavena Lynn Johnson is so disturbing that we have to question if there can ever be justice in such a broken system. This podcast will discuss the US Armys role in the death of PFC Johnson as well as similar cases which reveal to us the corruption that exists.
The February 19, 2015, episode of American Heroes Radio features a conversation with former United States Marine, and Founder and Managing Director for Budget Blinds of Fulshear, Texas, Cedric Cook.
Cedric Cook is the Founder and Managing Director for Budget Blinds of Fulshear serving areas West of Houston Texas. Cedric is supported by wife (Rita) who also serves as a Managing Director and they have two children (Tiara and Bryson). Cedric founded Budget Blinds of Fulshear in October 2014 after spending more than 19 years working in Information Technology. Prior to launching a Budget Blinds franchise, he has maintained a thriving career with IBM Corporation for more than 11 years and also spent 2 years with Dell Computers, just to name a few. Cedric’s excitement for entrepreneurialism was induced by his experiences in the corporate workforce and foundation in military leadership principals.
Throughout his career, Cedric has always maintained close ties with Military service members as recognition of his own personal journey to succeed in life. Cedric attributes his success to the sound leadership principals which were fostered through his service in the U.S. Marine Corps and a strong work-ethic which was instilled by his parents.
Cedric believes that his military experience enabled him to achieve his goal of leading and managing cross-functional and geographically dispersed organizations in Fortune 500 companies. Cedric is confident that this experience will also translate into operating a very successful Budget Blinds franchise.
Cedric holds a Bachelor’s degree in Information Systems and a Master’s degree in Business Administration (MBA). In 2006, Cedric was named, “Modern Day Technology Leader” by Career Communications Group, Inc. In 2010, Cedric was featured in a news story on WRAL, Raleigh, NC for his involvement with Veteran’s mentorship programs.
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