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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!

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