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  • 02:11


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    Albert Roberts is a disabled veteran of the US Air Force and Army. He served as an airman during Operation Desert Storm, and then joined the army during the Global War on Terror. He became a captain in the Military Police Corps and served combat duties in both Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as his duty as a public affairs officer at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. He is the recipient of two Bronze Stars medals, and an active alumni of the WWP.After his honorable discharge, Albert has since become an actor and film producer. His horror film, Test Group, premieres this October, and he is starring in and producing three other military themed films, to include Indomitable, in which mr. Roberts is the lead male role.

    Timothy Parkhurst retired from the Marines after a career spanning over 25 years, including service in Panama, Desert Storm, OIF and OEF. He served as a Communicator, Infantryman, Scout Sniper and Parachute Rigger. He proudly served in all four Marine Divisions, various Logistics units, two Reconnaissance Battalions and with Marine Special Operations Command.Tim and his wife Leony have been married since 1992 and have two beautiful daughters.

    E.J. Snyder is a 25 year veteran of the US Army. He is a former Army Sergeant Major (E-9) with a background of leading Soldiers in Airborne and Infantry Units, ALWAYS serving in Army Ranger coded positions throughout the Army. He is renowned for ALWAYS leading from the front and by example, as is his loud and "In Your Face" style of leadership. E.J. lived by his nickname "The Skullcrusher".He is a Highly Decorated Combat Veteran of both the 1991 Gulf War and OIF (Operation Iraqi Freedom) in Iraq. He has planned and conducted a broad range of missions covering the entire operational continuum. He is most proud of his Ranger Tab, Combat Infantryman's Badge with Star, Master Parachutist Wings, Pathfinder Badge, Drill Sergeant ID Badge

  • 02:00


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    BRENT CHRISTIANSEN  is married and has two sons and a daughter. Originally from Springfield, Missouri, he joined the Army in the year 2000 shortly after graduating high school. He is still on Active Duty and has served one tour in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) and two in support of Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF). He has a 2010 Jeep 4 door that he bought after his first tour in Afghanistan. Brent became a volunteer after meeting one of the Warriors in early 2013.

    MICHAEL BURNS I was medically retired from the Army as a E-6/SSG in Sept 2011. Since then I have had 5 more surgeries (8 total) diagnosed with P.T.S.D. and T.B.I,caused from multiple I.E.D. explosions and air support with 500 lb bombs that were dropped "danger close" due to complex attacks on our fighting positions. I had run out of options on being able to save my leg. On Feb 10, 2015 my left leg was amputated. I have made it my mission in life to not just accept living with a disability, An honor  working with  T.D.O.C. Texas Sentinels Foundation.

    US VETERANS FOUNDATION : We are comprised of Army, Marines, Air Force, and DOD Civilians. We expand from Infantry, Engineers, Combat Medics... Our 2 main objectives right now are to bring Awareness to the 22 Veterans A DAY committing Suicide and to help end Veteran Homelessness. We are also a Legitimate 501(c)(3) not for profit Foundation. Every Penny we take in goes back out to and used to help Veterans and their families. The Officers that make up this Foundation are Jason (JT) Thompson, Greg (The Patriot) Love, Andy (All American) Plunkett, Chad (DOC) Reese, Brandon (The Marine) Medlock, Jason (The Paladin) Beilsmith. With over 50yrs of combined service we bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to the table. None of our Officers or Board members are paid to be part of us. This is strictly done by Volunteers who are Veterans wanting to continue the fight to help our Brothers and Sisters in Arms.

  • 01:29

    Stew and The Nunn, Episode 4, With Chad Robichaux and Jack Mandaville

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    Stew and the Nunn

    Episode 4. On this episode we will be talking with Chad Robichaux a former Force Recon Marine and OEF Veteran who founded the Mighty Oaks Warrior Programs a Faith Base program that has proven successful in preventing veteran suicide. Also on the show will be writer, comedian and brand manager for Ranger Up Jack Mandaville. He will be discussing the upcoming film Range15.



  • 02:00

    WTR: Alexander Skate, Robert Butler, & Hot Topics

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    Warrior Talk Radio with GI Jenn & Lance Taylor will be joined by Alexander Skate & Robert Butler.

    Alexander is a 6th Generation US Marine and a 2 time combat Veteran. He enlisted into the Marines on Mother's Day 2006. The morning he left for boot camp his father was leaving for SERE school. He deployed to OIF in April of 07' upon his return he went on leave with his squad leader to his hometown of Louisiana where he met his little sister. 5 months later they were engaged and have been married for 8 years now. He deployed to OEF in November of 09' upon returning he was subsequently honorable discharged 2 months later. He founded Battle Buddies a nonprofit organization intended to help connect Veterans with each other and valuable resources.

    Robert is an 18 year veteran of the United States Army and Army National Guard. Serving from 1984 to 2001, Robert served as a Combat Engineer and Artilleryman. He has 30 years of shooting experience in defensive and tactical shooting encompassing several disciplines to include Pistol, Rifle and Shotgun.

    Robert is the founder and president of Kenaz Tactical Group and acts as the lead technical consultant and project manager for the organization. Also, Robert is the Director of Product Development for Tactical Black Firearms.

    Then Lance and Jenn will be discussing hot topics from the week.

    Call In Number is 646-595-3504

  • 00:08


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    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.

  • Listen: Ryan J. Kaufman & Trevor Stryker - Iraq Veterans Helping other Veterans

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    Listen 24/7 anytime after our Aug 13th Broadcast as www.talkingwithheroes.com and www.r4alliance Introduce 2 Iraq Veterans who work with www.r4alliance.org . Listen to them with their Families. 

    Ryan J. Kaufman is an OIF and OEF Iraq Veteran who now works at Lutheran Family Services of Nebraska, and their At Ease Program. http://www.lfsneb.org/behavioralhealth/at_ease/.

    You can find Ryan on Facebook at Ryan J. Kaufman https://www.facebook.com/RyanJKaufmanVI?fref=ts

    Instagram at Strikin9Vikin9.

    Vets4Vets4 Nebraska is on Facebook that talks about their events https://www.facebook.com/Vets4VetsNebraska?fref=ts

    Trevor Stryker  is a Marine who served two Iraq Deployments --- 2005 and 2006. Trevor is a VetSET Nebraska Coordinator. He does outreach to Veterans and their families to assess their needs in rural or underserved areas. 



    More Info on our News Site: http://thankyouforyourservice.us/issue/august-2015/article/listen-ryan-j-kaufman-trevor-stryker-iraq-veterans-helping-other-veterans

  • 02:04

    WTR: Dale Comstock, Geoff Dardia, and Mary Dague

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    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.

    Call in 646-595-3504


  • 02:04

    WTR: Loren Schofield, SGM Tony & Col. (Ret.) Dr. Hoge

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    Warrior Talk Radio with GI Jenn & Lance Taylor is super excited to have Loren Schofield back to co-host the show! Lance and Loren will be interviewing SGM Tony and Col. Hoge. 

    SGM Tony was assigned to 3rd SFG (Airborne) in 1993. He was assigned to ODA as the 18B weapons sgt from 1993-1998. He moved up to the Company Operations Sergeant and did his year up there from 1998-1999. He then went back to an ODA 371 and acted as both the 18B and the 18F for two years. In 2008 he helped stand up the new 4th battalion and was the Team Sergeant for ODA 3413. After his Team Sergeant time was over he held multiple jobs at the Battalion and Group level, COMISAF advisor a before taking over as the RSE SGM from 2013-2014. SGM Tony has 8 rotations in OEF, and has been wounded 5 times.

    COL DR. Charles W. Hoge, MD, U.S. Army (Ret.) is a nationally-known expert on PTS, mTBI (mild traumatic brain injury) and other physiological reactions to war, as well as treatment strategies for war-related conditions. Dr. Hoge’s expertise spans psychiatry, trauma, public health, health policy, and infectious diseases. His articles in The New England Journal of Medicine and The Journal of the AMA are the most frequently cited medical articles about the impact of OIF & OEF.

    From 2002 through 2009, Dr. Hoge directed the top U.S. research program at Walter Reed Army Institute of Research on the psychological and neurological consequences of the OIF & OEF. He served as an attending psychiatrist at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center, providing treatment to warriors and family. He deployed to Iraq in 2004 and traveled throughout the country to improve combat stress care in the field. Now, he continues working with service members, veterans, and family members (including deployment to Afghanistan as a civilian in 2011), and continues to be a passionate advocate.

    Guest Call In 646-595-3504

  • 02:02

    WTR: Rob Lewis (SF Vet) and Ivan Castro (Special Operators Challenge)

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    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.

    Guest Call In Number 646-595-3504

  • 02:03

    WTR: Eric Kirsch (Erik Havamal - the Nigerian) & Lt. Col (Ret.) Gordon Cucullu

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    Warrior Talk Radio with GI Jenn & Jeff Young is exremely honored to be joined by Eric Kirsch and Lt. Col. (Ret.) Gordon Cucullu.

    Eric Kirsch, or as many know him Erik Havamal - The Nigerian, is a 2004 Graduate of The Citadel. Eric served as a Counterintelligence Officer and Active Duty NCIS Special Agent in the USMC for 8 years, leaving as a Captain. Eric served two tours in OIF, one tour in OEF, as well as, two more tours to Iraq as a civilian advisor in transnational security.  Eric is the CEO of Torchlight USA, LLC.

    Retired Army Lt. Col. Gordon Cucullu was in Gordon Cucullu is a former Special Forces Lieutenant Colonel with more than four decades of experience dealing with the tumultuous region of East Asia, including North and South Korea, Japan, Taiwan, China and Southeast Asia. He is Senior Non-resident Fellow at the Center for Security Policy. His best-selling book, Separated at Birth: How North Korea became the Evil Twin, has been acclaimed as one of the best insights into the convoluted, long-running conflict between South and North Korea. He paints a stark portrait of the dark world of Kim Jong Il’s rogue regime, the most egregious human rights violator on earth, and perhaps the only state in history to be supported primarily by illegal and criminal activities. Gordon is recognized as one of the leading authorities on the complex, dangerous threat posed by North Korea through its deadly connections to other American enemies in the war for the free world. 

    We will be discussing both the fight in Iraq against ISIS and the Valhalla Project!!

    Please do not miss this episode of Warrior Talk Radio.  Guest call in number is 646-595-3504!

  • 00:12

    Lost in a crowd

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    Being lost in a crowd sounds simple enough.  Couple that feeling with anger, hate, powerlessness...and it can become overwhelming very quickly.

    How do I deal with this? What have I tried to do to deal with this?

    Am I winning my battle?

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