• 02:04

    wpvp vs pvp

    in Entertainment

    we will talk about  wpvp vs pvp

  • 02:00

    Episode Four - HAX Me Anything

    in Video Games

    Our first community-driven episode!  Call in and talk about anything you want about ED: the PvP, some RP, events, going-ons, etc.  Make your voice heard, ask us anything you've ever wanted to know, or just drop by and hang out!

  • 01:14

    First episode! Vesker and Comrade Frinkls!

    in Entertainment

    Today we are asking Vesker about his RP and what he likes about Emerald Dream! 

  • 01:00

    Girls don't PvP!

    in Video Games

    Not only are there no women playing WOW but they certainly don’t PvP (player vs player combat). Esh gets vocal on the stereotypes (probably while Kat listens with amusement) and we discuss the recent changes in World of Warcraft PvP.

  • 01:11

    PVP#75 Tim Brown

    in News

     
    Tim Brown is a retired, decorated 20-year FDNY firefighter, and a survivor of the 2001 terrorist attack on the World Trade Center, a first responder to the 1993 terrorist attack on the WTC and a veteran of the New York Urban Search & Rescue Task Force team that responded to the 1995 terrorist attack on the Alfred P. Murrah federal building in Oklahoma City. Tim lost 93 of his friends on Sept. 11th, including his two best friends.   His last assignment in the FDNY was Rescue Co. 3. He served several years in Mayor Giuliani’s Office of Emergency Management. Tim spent two years on special detail to the federal government, serving as a special assistant to the Secretary of Health and Human Services during the anthrax terrorist attacks in 2001-2002, earning his Top Secret government clearance while helping to build command and control into the department. He also responded to the Station Nightclub fire in Rhode Island, which killed 100 people. Tim helped the governor manage the aftermath and stayed on to recommend changes to their emergency management system.   Tim has been a leader in defending the memory of those lost on 9/11. He has become a media commentator on the subject and has appeared on all major news channels including FOX News, CNN, MSBNC, CNBC and dozens of local news programs. Tim is a sought-after voice on the subject and has appeared in many documentaries, including the American Center for Law and Justice's  “The Export,” and “Rebirth,” which won rave reviews at the Sundance Film Festival. He co-founded theBravest.com, Inc. and EmergencyStream.com with his brother, Providence, Rhode Island firefighter Chris Brown.

  • 02:03
  • 01:07

    PVP#79 Dr. William Graham and Rob Underhill

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    Dr. William Graham returns to EMPact Radio to discuss a recent article in the New York Times about electromagnetic pulse, which has recently been brought to the forefront of attention of the American public in the context of the presidential debates, where Newt Gingrich, Herman Cain, and Mitt Romney have included EMP in their security platforms. The Times article puts Mr. Gingrich on the hot seat with some claims about EMP that require correction and clarification. Drs. Graham and Pry will focus on the facts of EMP, not on the candidates.
    Dr. Graham was a member of the Rumsfeld Commission on Space and served as Science Advisor to President Reagan and Chairman of the General Advisory Committee on Arms Control and Disarmament.
    Dr. Graham has also served on the Defense Science Board. He was Chairman of the SDI Advisory Committee and Deputy Administrator of NASA. Dr. Graham chaired the EMP Commission for eight years, and is widely considered to be the free world's foremost expert on electromagnetic pulse.
    Rob Underhill is the director of a new multi-season TV series in development, The Carrington Event. To help promote the series, the Featurette is slated for a January premiere. The official trailer was released recently and can be viewed at http://empactradio.org/pvp/episode79-rob-underhill/. Rob joins EMPact Radio to talk about the series, what he knew about electromagnetic pulse beforehand, and what he is learning through the process of making the series.

  • 01:06

    PVP#76 Lt. Colonel (retired) Tony Shaffer

    in News

    Lt. Colonel Tony Shaffer, a Senior Fellow with EMPact America, is a highly experienced intelligence officer and a recipient of the Bronze Star with 25 years of field experience returns to EMPact Radio. He has held numerous leadership positions, including commander of Operating Base (OB) Alpha (Defense Intelligence) and directing Task Force STRATU.S. IVY – a unit that conducted cutting-edge technology and information operations from the mid 1990s through the turn of the century. He has played key roles in multiple interagency operations that were conducted with the NSA, CIA and FBI.
      Lt. Col. Shaffer has led operations from the tactical level, such as defense source operations to protect REFORGER exercises in the 1980s to strategic level, such as STRATU.S. IVY’s direct support mission for Operation ABLE DANGER in the late 1990s.    Lt. Col. Shaffer has appeared on Fox News, CNN, and other major TV and radio programs, and has been interviewed by The New York Times and other publications on pre-9/11 operations focused on Al Qaeda. He has testified before Congress on issues relating to 9/11 intelligence and operational failures. Lt. Col. Shaffer was awarded the Bronze Star for the first of his two combat tours to Afghanistan. He was credited for conducting highly complex operational support for the NSA and for playing a critical role in breaking the back of a Taliban counteroffensive in the fall of 2003. In addition, he was called back to active duty for DESERT STORM/DESERT SHIELD in 1991 to provide special support to Army Intelligence.

  • 01:08

    PVP#57 Peter Huessy Returns to EMPact Radio

    in News

    Dr. Peter Vincent Pry is joined by Mr. Peter Huessy, President of GeoStrategic Analysis.
    Mr. Huessy will be coming back on the show to discuss electromagnetic pulse (EMP), state-sponsored terrorism, and other national security topics. Read Mr. Huessy's bio on our web site: www.empactamerica.org.   He is President of the defense consulting firm GeoStrategic Analysis, founded in 1981. He serves as consultant, monitoring budget and policy developments on missile defense and related matters. Since 1983, he has hosted more than 750 Congressional breakfast seminars, addressing missile defense, strategic nuclear modernization, arms control and defense policy. He has been a guest lecturer at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) and the National War College. His popular presentations are in constant demand and take him across the country on a regular basis.   Mr. Huessy has appeared on EMPact Radio in three previous episodes, and you can listen to those episodes by clicking on the following links: Episode PVP#46 Episode PVP#30 Episode PVP#19 Call (917) 388-4499 during our live show to ask your questions, or send your questions by email: radio@empactamerica.org.

  • 01:00

    Video Games and Gaming Tips on PVP Player vs Player

    in Fun

    Video Games and Gaming Tips on PVP Player vs Player. Which fights to avoid? Spacing out your abilities. Learning what your opponent is good at just by his class. Making your opponents class work for you and more. Ogre Island, WoW (World of Warcraft), Mortal Kombat Style MMORPG PVP Tips.

  • 01:17

    PVP#46 Peter Huessy Returns to EMPact Radio

    in News

    Dr. Pry and Ross are re-joined by Mr. Peter Huessy, President of GeoStrategic Analysis.
    Mr. Huessy will be coming back on the show to discuss electromagnetic pulse (EMP), the New START treaty, state-sponsored terrorism, terror-masters and their accomplices, and other national security topics. Read Mr. Huessy's bio on our web site: www.empactamerica.org.
    He is President of the defense consulting firm, GeoStrategic Analysis, founded in 1981. He serves as consultant, monitoring budget and policy developments on missile defense and related matters. Since 1983, he has hosted more than 750 Congressional breakfast seminars, addressing missile defense, strategic nuclear modernization, arms control and defense policy. He has been a guest lecturer at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) and the National War College. His popular presentations are in constant demand and take him across the country on a regular basis.
    Mr. Huessy has appeared twice before on EMPact Radio, and you can listen to those episodes by clicking here for Episode PVP#30 and here for Episode PVP#19.

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