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The May 28, 2015, episode of American Heroes Radio features a conversation with retired Marine Corps General John Admire.
Major General John Admire, USMC (ret.) "is a Vietnam and Gulf War Marine. His 43-year United States Marine Corps career includes 33 years of active duty and 5 combat tours as an Infantry Marine, plus 10 years as a consultant and advisor with the US Joint Forces Command and Military Academy Headmaster. He commanded units world-wide at every level from an Infantry Platoon Leader in Vietnam to the Commanding General, 1st Marine Division in California. He served as the Senior Military Social Aide to the President of the United States at the White House, as the Marine Corps' Legislative Liaison to the United States Congress on Capitol Hill, and as a member of General Colin Powell's Joint Staff in the Pentagon. John is an Oklahoman, born and reared in Tulsa. He is a Phi Beta Kappa and Honors graduate of the University of Oklahoma with one Bachelor's and four Master's degrees." Major General John Admire is the author of Darker than Dark.
As the song goes, “Cause every girl’s crazy ‘bout a sharp dressed man” and Marine veteran, Brent Bustamante hopes the lyrics ring true for his new business. Luxe Neckwear.
With just a few days remaining on his Kickstarter campaign, the much-decorated Sergeant Bustamante explains to host Kelly Scanlon how he tackled the stretches of boredom during his eight tours of duty in Afghanistan, resulting in his unique neckwear line that he is launching here in the states.
To listen to more shows hosted by Kelly Scanlon, please visit our archives.
Playing Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records by Curt Hahn
United States Marine Band – National Emblem March
German Fidelity March
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United States Marine Band – National Emblem March / German Fidelity March
Label: Victor – 17577
Genre: Brass & Military
A: National Emblem March
B: German Fidelity March
Lt. Wm .H. Santelmain Director
In 1887, Santelmann decided to audition for the United States Marine Band. He applied to John Philip Sousa and auditioned for him on violin, clarinet, and baritone. He was accepted on all three instruments and joined the band Sept. 24, 1887. His first two years with the Marine Band included the first two concert tours ever taken by the band.
In 1898 the position of leader of the Marine Band became open and he was named 19th Director on March 3, 1898.
We're finishing up our Marine Reptile series with a few of the obscure animals that have a hard time fitting in. Also, we have a mammal smackdown with Daeodon vs. Andrewsarchus in the Prehistoric Match Up. Since this episode has been delayed for a couple of weeks, we'll be going over older news stories for the Paleo-News and the Pop Cultures segments. As always, we welcome callers and our number is (347)-850-8818.
Marine Cpl Ty Hammons became an internet sensation overnight when he made a video for president obama telling him how discouraged he was with him. And did a very heart warming pledge to the United States. Please join us for a very special edition, and call in at 9294773565 and rage with us
Dr. Chaps reports on these important issues:
1. Marine Court-martialed For Refusing To Remove Bible Verse At Work
2. Congressman says Chaplains are Persecuted by Obama's Military
3. Senate Approves Amendment Requiring Religious Freedom Before International Trade
Listen in for a weekly review of some of the week's more interesting and under-reported stories, brought to you by the wonderful world of Islam.
This week we will be discussing the abject failure of this administration's DoJ, Iran, blasphemy, terrorism(Islamic) and marine mammals.
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m0kw_qx_k4Q&sns=em This link is detailing the evidence of poisoning, with radiation the largest ocean on the planet with a cesium isotope that has a half life of 37 years. At Fukushimaradiation.info we read: The Pacific Ocean Is Dying. The Crippled Fukushima Nuclear Plants continue to Leak Millions of Gallons Of Radioactive Water Into the Pacific Ocean each Month, Humans Cannot Enter into the Hot Zones. Marine Life has been almost destroyed. We are Next. What can We Do? Our Goal is to Bring this Information to the Front Of the Main Stream Discussion. We will use 100% of all Funding for this Project. We intend to Purchase Digital Bill Boards and Other Advertising in Major Areas, starting on The West Coast. Tonight's program is open for people discussing the implications of this world wide tragedy and the threat that this may be increased by a plan to set off a nuclear weapon in the Atlantic Ocean, near the Carribean Sea and blame it on an asteroid, because this information has been propagated by the Nazis from NASA. http://educate-yourself.org/cn/japanquakemanufactured12mar11.shtml (this link compares a real earthquake seismograph to a nuclear instigated event. The 3/3/11 quake was man made.
(Tune in to The Next Mission Radio with your host Daniel Mays)
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.
Chris Austria works for the Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary in Uganda. This haven is home to 48 orphaned chimpanzees that have been rescued from the illegal wildlife trade. They live on 95 acres of forest habitat. The sanctuary was founded in 1998 by Dr. Jane Goodall and a group of founding trustees.
Originally from San Francisco, California, Chris has worked with tigers, lions, leopards, birds of prey, and a variety of animals for many years at Marine World Africa U.S.A., Six Flags Discovery Kingdom in Vallejo, California and the San Francisco Zoo.
Chris grew up in a music family. His father was a violinist in the San Francisco Symphony for 35 years, and his mother was a flamenco guitarist. In addition to his work with animals, Chris was the director of music licensing for Independent Distribution Collective in San Francisco and managed the music licensing catalogue and placed music in TV, Film, and video games.
Chris has been a tiger analyst for the ABC TV Network and worked with the World Wildlife Fund’s Bay Area regional office in prospect research and fundraising events.
A few years ago, Chris moved to Ethiopia to work for a wildlife conservation organization, focusing on protecting the wildlife in eastern Ethiopia. He recently moved to Rwanda to work on conservation and eco-tourism projects there.
To connect with Chris Austria online, please visit his website: www.chrisaustria.com
Listen 24/7 to this program that aired live Aug 29, 2015 from the The Grand Prix Equestrian event hosted by Blenheim EquiSports at the Del Mar Horse Park in Del Mar, CA, to honor all U.S. Military veterans who benefit from the services provided by R4 Alliance member organizations.
Vietnam Veteran William Potter,
Melissa Brandes VP of Marketing with Blenheim EquiSports,
Bronson C. Jacoway, Jr. Marine Veteran, Business Man, Very Active in his Community.
More Info: http://thankyouforyourservice.us/issue/august-2015/article/listen-to-call-in-from-grand-prix-equestrian-event-honoring-r4alliance-to-benefit-military-members
Direct Link to Listen: http://tobtr.com/7852017
More details will be at: http://thankyouforyourservice.us/issue/august-2015/article/listen-to-call-in-from-grand-prix-equestrian-event-honoring-r4alliance-to-benefit-military-members
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