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Join me and my panel as we discuss the friendly match between the USA & Bosnia-Herezgovina in the afternoon.
Grey Man, is a US Army veteran, former instructor in Middle East Studies with operational experience in Bosnia, Egypt, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar, Pakistan and Afghanistan. He is currently a member of the Texas Border Volunteer. Will join us tonight for a southern border update!
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Join us as we go on air with Mr. Curtis Jones (Mr.VA/Gunny) as we dive into some of the issues that surround VA disabilities and ratings. We will be discussing issues and simple things that veterans miss when going to sign for their ratings. Also we will be discussing some other programs that are available for veterans such as the VFW, DAV, American Legion just to name a few.
Curtis Jones is a retired Marine Gunny who joined into the Marine Corps in 1977 during his time in service until his end of service in 1998. Once out of the military he held multiple jobs ranging from work as a security consultant all the way up to working for the FBI and everything else in between. Along with some of the jobs that the Gunny has held he has also volunteered his time and efforts to give back to the Veteran Community by taking part in VFW Post 304, DAV CHAPTER 3, AMERICAN LEGION POST 141, FRA BRANCH 24, and AMVETS.
"I work for the DOD, but my life's mission is to help any and all Vet's that I can. I believe in God and Country in that order and I am willing to die for both! I have always stood up for the underdog and will continue to do so! I am a combat Vet and a wounded warrior even tho you can't see my wounds. I have been in two helicopter crashes. Ran over a landmine in Bosnia, shot in the chest but by the Grace of God my vest took the round, almost taken out by an IED also in Bosnia."-Curtis Jones (Gunny)
So please join us on the air to talk with myself and Mr. Curtis to discuss VA ratings and any questions about the process and local VFW, DAV, and American legions.
Source Nation! Join us tonight for Sports Tuesday with Steve Manderson as he welcomes 2 amazing Guests into the studio.
6:15- Join Steve & Jim Geppi as they discuss, the NBA, NFL & Major League Baseball.
Jim is a Chief feature writer for college newspaper "The Towerlight" ...1973 and 74....
Sports information director at Harford Community College and radio play by play of basketball and football on their college radio station... 1973, 74, and 75...
Jim Also enjoys taking my therapy dog into hospitals and nursing homes since retiring in 2008...
Adopted Mickey from the local pound on August 25th, 2008...Who was named after Mickey Mantle...
My boyhood idol...
7:15 Join Steve as he welcomes Corin "Tiny" Adams into the studio to discuss her amazing career and her book, "TINY SETBACKS, MAJOR COMEBACKS".
Raised in Brooklyn, Corin graduated from James Madison HS in Brooklyn, NY and went on to have an illustrious career at Morgan State University in Baltimore, MD. Highlighted by having her jersey retired at Madison and breaking a numerous amount of records at Morgan State, basketball has been a dream come true for Tiny. Tiny has played professionally in Puerto Rico, Portugal, Bosnia, Bulgaria, Sweden & Czech Republic. In addition to playing basketball she has spent her time: coaching, teaching, mentoring, training, and inspiring people of all ages worldwide. Being viewed as an inspiration has led her to a decision to release her auto-biography. "Tiny Setbacks, Major Comebacks" is set to release Sep 1st 2015. Tiny is also the CEO of her own apparel brand "TA9" est June 2014.
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TONIGHTS FIRST GUEST:Ted Aub
Connecticut State Coordinator-POW/MIA Families, Adjutant - Marine Corps League Dept of Connecticut, Chairman-Madison/Guilford Veterans Advisory Committee, Vice President-IWO/JIMA Park and Historical Society, Past Chairman "Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans of Connecticut", Member- Connecticut State Coalition for veteran Rights and Services OIF/OEF/OND, Member-Honors Wake Detail Marine Corps League, member Housatonic Detachment -Marine Corps League, Member West Haven Vietnam Veterans Assoc. Special interests include PTSD, Suicide-Resiliance, and homelessness for our Veterans. At our last MCL yearly convention and banquet I was suprised by being inducted into the "Society of "The Chapel Of Four Chaplins".
TONIGHTS SECOND GUEST: Earl Granville is a nine year veteran under the Pennsylvania Army National Guard as an infantryman. During his time in the service, Granville served in support of Operation Joint Forge in Bosnia, Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan. In the summer of 2008 while on a patrol in Zormat, Afghanistan, his vehicle was hit by a roadside bomb which resulted in the amputation of his left leg through the knee. His comrades, Specialist Derek Holland of Wind Gap, PA and Major Scott Hagerty of Stillwater, OK were killed in action. After his injury, Earl found himself competing in many sports as an adaptive athlete such as Mono-ski, Sled Hockey, GoRuck Challenge and Spartan Races. He is s Team Member for the veteran runned and owned non profit Operation Enduring Warrior, and the lead ambassador of the veteran found clothing line, Oscar Mike. After his injury, he has competed in the Boston, Detroit, Chicago, New York and Marine Corps Marathon all on a hand bicycle under the Achilles Freedom Team. Earl also public speaks to military units in the importance of finding help in mental distress from returning to combat after the passing of his twin brother.
Izzy Clark is the Fundraising and Marketing Coordinator at Women for Women International, an organisation that supports the most marginalised women in countries affected by war and conflict, helping them to rebuild their lives and play an active role in their communities.
Through a year-long training programme, women develop skills to earn and save money, improve health and wellbeing, influence decisions in their home and community, and connect with networks for support. Izzy has travelled to Afghanistan and Bosnia-Herzegovina to visit WfWI’s programmes and meet women participants and graduates, seeing the impact of the training at first hand.
This program broadcasts from the UK and is hosted by Suparna Malhotra.
Do you believe it is impossible for one so-called “ordinary” person to have a major impact on the world stage? If so… think again!
Join us as Magnus MacFarlane-Barrow shares the inspiring story from his book, The Shed That Fed a Million Children. As a young man growing up in rural Scotland, he had no concept about what life held in store for him and his family. One day, while sharing a pint with his brother, he decided he wanted to do something to help the children of war-torn Bosnia. From this first idea a movement was born.
If you care about the children of the world, you won’t want to miss this account of inspiration, love and the power of hope.
I. Preparing for the Worst, Hoping for the Best- Philiosophy
A. Preparedness-It's not always worst case scenario- loss of job, disability-
1.It's a physical savings account of goods,
2.The mental restraint to "Lose It" when bad things happen, being your own source of calmness in a storm.
B. Getting in the mindset- resourcefulness, awareness, problem mitigation
1. But we need to consider the worst case, and prepare as much as we can
2. It is NOT giving into the urgency that the sky is falling tomorrow.
3. An example of being resourceful- mulitple use items, more than one way to complete a task
4. Awareness but NOT Paniced-watching the news and even questionable sources of information
a. Consider all posibilites do exsist
b. Keeping your not so favorable opinions in check to gain credibility
c. Example of mitigation-
II. Short Term Vs. Long Term
A. Job loss, hurricaine 2 weeks- 6mo,
1. Bugging IN- very short definition
2. Expecting Help- When? And Who?
3. What have you experienced?
B. Long term
2. Bugging OUT- very short definition
3. Survivor Of Bosnia (link)
4. Post WWI Germany- Philipp's part
III. Levels of Prepping
A. Level 1 thru 5 - emergency planning with you, and family is aware, calling tree, 1 mo. food
Historian Heather Voight talks about her new book, "Passionate Crusaders: How Members of the U.S. War Refugee Board Saved Jews and Altered American Foreign Policy during World War II."
About Passionate Crusaders:
Passionate Crusaders tells the gripping story of a few righteous Americans who sought to do what many thought impossible in 1944--save Jews who had not yet been murdered in the Holocaust.
By January 1944, Treasury Department officials Henry Morgenthau, John Pehle, and Josiah DuBois had already convinced President Franklin Roosevelt to create the War Refugee Board, an agency with the authority to provide rescue and relief for Jews and other groups persecuted by the Nazis.
Scholars have criticized the Board for its inability to save more Jews and maintained that the agency should have been created sooner. Heather Voight's groundbreaking research proves that despite its shortcomings, the War Refugee Board changed history and forever altered American foreign policy. Its creation ended the cycle of indifference that the government and the American public had shown to victims of the Holocaust. In the words of Henry Morgenthau, from 1944-1945 "crusaders, passionately persuaded of the need for speed and action" risked their reputations and sometimes their lives to save Jews.
In addition to saving more than 100,000 lives, Board members also made a lasting impact on international law. They pressured the War Crimes Commission to broaden its definition of war crimes by including the murder of civilians by their own countrymen. This new definition of war crimes was applied to genocides committed many decades later in Bosnia and Rwanda, and continues to be used today.
About Heather Voight: Heather Voight is a successful freelance writer and history blogger. She has a B.A. in History and English.
One of the greatest questions people have is, "What happens to us when we die?" Even though we have that question, we don't often talk about it.
There is a lot of confusion in the Christian realm about what transpires when we face that final moment of our earthly lives. Please listen as Mark Joneschiet, The Running Pastor, sets the groundwork for the answer to this important question.
Warrior Talk Radio with GI Jenn & Lance Taylor is excited to welcome back Robert Lewis (SF Veteran/Author/Radio Personality) and welcome Ivan Castro (SF Veteran/Special Operators Challenge).
Robert was selected as an 18 Delta, Special Forces Medic (one of the most coveted jobs in all of Special Operations), he spent two additional years at Ft. Bragg training to be a Green Beret. After graduation from the Special Forces Qualification Course (SFQC) he was assigned to 1st Battalion, 10th Special Forces Group (Airborne) in Stuttgart, Germany.
While assigned to B/1/10 he was an operator on Operational Detachment-Alpha (ODA) 022 and was deployed to Iraq, Africa, and Afghanistan, amongst numerous other training deployments around the US and Europe.
He was assigned to 3rd Battalion, 10th Special Forces Group (Airborne) located in Colorado. He was immediately deployed to Iraq after his arrival, and left active duty shortly after his return from Iraq in 2009. At the end of his time in the Army his medals included the Purple Heart, Bronze Star, NATO
Ivan Castro enlisted in the U.S. Army in 1988. His past assignments include the 101st Airborne Division, 101st Pathfinder Detachment, Fort Campbell, KY; 5th Corp Long Range Surveillance Company, Darmstadt, Germany; 3rd Ranger Battalion, Drill Sergeant, Fort Benning, Ga.; 82ndAirborne Division, 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne), Special Operations Recruiting Battalion, United States Army Special Operations Command, FT Bragg, NC.
Ivan has served in Op Desert Shield/ Desert Storm, Deployments to Bosnia, Albania, and Kosovo, Multiple Deployments to South and Central America, OEF, OIF.
Ivan Castro was injured while serving as a First Lieutenant with the 82nd Airborne Division during Operation Iraqi Freedom, September 2, 2006.
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Authoress Queen Anoshi
Is a native of Beaufort, S.C. She was born with the gift of making up stories on a whim. She started writing poetry as a young child which was her outlet in conquering different adversities in her life. It wasn’t until her service in the Army and her first deployment to Bosnia that she began writing short stories as a way to pass time. She felt her writings could take her to a different time and place and that she could become and do anything that her mind could conceive. From that point her love for fictional romance began to expound. She takes her personal experienced with love, heartbreak and finding that special person and uses them as a key element in her creative writings. She believe that nothing can be written without having parts of the writer in it. She wants her readers to relate and connect to her personally as if they walked with her every day. She wants them all to become part of her, “Writer’s Soul”. Only then can they understand her passion for life and love.