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  • 01:07

    Latest Update on Our Military With John Bernard

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    Hear perspective from one of this nation's Watchman on the Wall--John Bernard.  It amazes us the heritage of John Bernard's family and how they keep giving and serving their very best to keep this the Land of the Free-Home of the Brave.  We don't hear enough news about what our brave men and women in the military are having to deal with at home and abroad.  Please keep them and their families in prayer.  And let us do our part as they do theirs.  The price of freedom is vigilance.  Get informed and share everywhere for such a time as this.  Perilous times in all parts of the world from Israel the middle East, Afghanistan, Iran , Iraq, so much turmoil..come sift through it with us...

  • 01:03

    Honoring Our Heroes With John Bernard

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    Hear interview with one of our heroes--John Bernard.  He helps us remember that Freedom isn't Free and we must do our part.  Hear his perspectives and be very brave as your needed in the fight for your child's mind, your child's soul and your country.  Get update on the lates going on in the middle east, Israel and here at home.  To whom much is given, much is required.  What can We The People do in these trying times?

  • 01:06

    The Latest On Our Military With John Bernard

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    Hear perspectives from John Bernard on the latest with our military and what is going on at home and in the Middle East.  Get informed for such a time as this.  Let's take a look at Obama policies and how it is jeopardizing the entire world.
     

  • 01:03

    Veteran's Day With John Bernard

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    John Bernard father of Lance Cpl. Joshua Bernard (KIA '09 Dahaneh, Afghanistan) will give us his perpectives on our military and nation.  John Bernard spent 26 years in the USMC, both active and reserve and have spent 50 years in the trade.  He is dedicated to continue serving this country as to him it is a family tradition.  What an honor to live in the Land of the Free and indeed the HOME of the BRAVE.

  • 01:06

    Latest on Our Military With John Bernard

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    Hear latest information on what is going on with our military with John Bernard.  Get informed and keep this the land of the free and home of the brave.

  • 01:02

    Latest On Our Military With John Bernard

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    Hear perspectives on what is going on with our military with John Bernard.  John Bernard has a family legacy of serving this nation.  He served in the  US Marine for 26 years and his son, Lance Cpl. Joshua Bernard also served giving his very life on August 2009 in (KIA) in Afghanistan.  Mr. Bernard continues to serve by letting us know what is happening in and around our military today.  Let's honor our heroes by doing our part and keep this the Land of the Free and Home of the Brave for their childrend and their children's children as well as ours.  Get informed.

  • 01:12

    Hear the Latest About Our Military with John Bernard

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    Hear interview with John Bernard and gain insight and perspective on what's going with our military.  John Bernard spent 26 years in the USMC, both active and reserve and have spent 50 years in the trade.  He has a family heritage of serving in the military and giving their all.  He lost his son Lance Cpl. Joshua Bernard KIA in Afghanistan in 2009.  He continues to serve by informing us of truths many do not hear.  Please listen, get informed and do your part to keep this land "Free".

  • 01:09

    Latest On Our Military With John Bernard

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    Hear interview with John Bernard about the latest on our military.  Please visit his blogsite and learn--go to letthemfight.blogspot.com..  Here's an excerpt from his blog--(too bad Washington hadn't been heeding his warnings from the beginning):


    "Where there were assurances made about the strategy shift to COIN and the naïve compartmentalization of Iraqi society during the war, it ought to be crystal clear now that those assumptions were wrought with error. It should also be clear that interfering in another nation's governmental business or trying to fix a perceived problem in that regard can yield unintended consequences.


     


    Our only legitimate reason for our incursion into Iraq was to stop Saddam Hussein from building, stockpiling and using "weapons of mass destruction" which every single intelligence agency agreed, was the case and a clear and present danger to the US and our western allies. It is entirely incidental to the argument that those weapons were not found after the initial incursion. As history mockingly reminds us, waiting 6 months to carry out the threat of a military strike, gives ample time for the intended target to redistribute war materiel and in this case the WMD's which gave impetus to the incursion in the first place. The Monday morning quarterbacking that has taken place since those early years of that war, has been shamelessly enjoined by specific political figures for political gain. In recent months, it has become evident that at least some of those weapons components and systems may well have been transported to Syria, as suspected years ago."


    Tune in and get informed!

  • 00:59

    A Look At The State Of Our Military With John Bernard

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    Hear interview with John Bernard who studies what is going on with our military throughout the world.  Come find out the latest.  Please be in prayer for our military, our nation, Israel and the persecution going on throughout the world.  A weakened America is posing danger with certain leaders wrestling to dominate behind the scenes and one of their key is debasing this  country and its military.

  • 01:13

    Perspectives on Our Military with John Bernard

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    Hear perspectives from John Bernard whose family tradition has been to serve this nation through our military.  He shared insight to the problems our military faces two weeks before the loss of his son Lt. Cpl. Joshua Bernard (KIA '09 Dahaneh, Afghanistan) continuing today as he tries to wake up America.  Join us in the fight to preserve freedom and it starts with knowledge of what is truly going on beyond the news with today's men and women in our Armed Forces.

  • 00:42

    John Bernard , A Marine Turned Businessman

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    John Bernard is the CEO/Founder of Bernard Wood Working www.bernardwoodworking.com. He began training in the trade at the ripe old age of eight,  by his father's side in a small shop in their family basement. His father took on ‘side jobs’ to supplement his income as a Vocational School Teacher in the Everett school system, teaching cabinetmaking.
    Throughout his school years Mr. Bernards worked as both a cabinetmaker's and carpenter’s helper. He learned everything from Architectural design, draftsmanship, framing and furniture making. It was still customary in the 1960’s and early 1970’s for a carpenter to know the whole of the trade. Specialization had not taken root yet.
    After an initial 4 year enlistment in the United States Marine Corps, John returned home to pursue a degree in Management Information Systems and to re-engage in the trade. By 1979 he had established a construction business in Wilmington Massachusetts and worked to build a customer base and portfolio of work that included custom home design and construction as well as custom cabinetmaking and casework working throughout the north shore area with occasional jobs out of state.
    In 1987, John and family moved to Maine where they currently live and work. John still works alternately in the residential construction market designing and building individual homes as well as the commercial millwork industry.
    Throughout these years John remained in the United States Marine Corps reserve and served in the Gulf War, retiring in 2003. The Bernard family is active in the local church and works with the youth group there throughout the year. The whole family has worked to make the business work as they enjoy the peace and quiet of life in the rural setting of the Western Mountain Region of Maine.