Terry grew up in San Bernardino, a suburb of Los Angeles, California. After graduating high school, he enlisted in the U.S. Military as a Navy Corpsman. He was deployed as a combat medic with the U.S. Marines and served a tour of duty in Kuwait and Iraq from 2002 to 2003. After five years of active duty, Terry received an honorable discharge.He attended Mays Business School at Texas A&M and received the Pat Tillman Foundation Scholarship, established in the namesake of Army Ranger and NFL star player Pat Tillman, who was killed in action while serving his country. Terry earned a Bachelor of Business Administration in 2011 and completed his Master of Arts in Biblical Studies in 2020.Terry spent over a decade in sales and marketing, and while doing so, he founded VEL INSTITUTE, a 501 (c)(3) non-profit, that helps veterans advance in life through leadership and entrepreneurship training.In 2019, Terry wrote and published The Evolution of A Leader, a book about the principles, habits, and mindsets of the greatest leaders of all time.In early 2020, Terry wrote and published A Dark Day in Texas, an Eli Ridge novel. He also wrote and published his third book, All My Best: A Book of Wisdom and Encouragement for a Better Life, in late 2020. Whitewashed Tomb, Terry's fourth book and second novel in the Eli Ridge series will be published in the Fall of 2021.Terry was selected as the lead actor in the forthcoming eight-episode television series, Breaking Strongholds, which is being filmed in Montgomery, Texas.Terry is happily married. He and his wife Chelley have four children and live in a suburb of Houston Texas. His life mission is to inspire those he loves and the world through his faith, creativity, and writing.
The tougher the experience someone has in the military, the more they take away from it – and the more bonded they remain to the people who people who persevered beside them. Attending West Point and Army Ranger school provide plenty of opportunities to be tough and to learn to work as a team. Brendan Krasinski is a graduate of West Point and the Army Ranger school. During his six years in the Army, he served and trained in Egypt and Kuwait. Although he initially held a position in sales after leaving the military, he quickly realized it was not what he wanted to do with his life and pivoted to law school, eventually becoming a defense attorney. In this episode of Veteran Voices, produced in partnership with Vets2Industry, host Scott Luton speaks with Brendan about: • Why the correct answer to the question, “Why are you losing weight?” at West Point is always ‘exercise.' • Making life transitions more successful by looking at all of your options before making a choice • His top piece of advice for anyone planning to transition from the military to a civilian career with full recognition of their experience and skills Additional Links & Resources: Learn more about Veteran Voices here: https://supplychainnow.com/program/veteran-voices Subscribe to Veteran Voices and other Supply Chain Now programs here: https://supplychainnow.com/subscribe Learn more about Vets2Industry: https://vets2industry.org/ This episode was hosted by Scott Luton. For additional information, please visit our dedicated show page at: https://supplychainnow.com/how-to-succeed-us-army-veteran-44
Ray McPadden is a former Army Ranger, serving with 2nd Battalion/75th Ranger Regiment. Inspired to serve after 9/11, he began his time in the Army as an Infantry Officer with the 10th Mountain Division. Between Iraq and Afghanistan, he served four combat deployments, spending nearly two years fighting along the Afghan-Pakistan border during one of those tours. In fact, his unit established the first American foothold in the notorious Korengal Valley. In his relatively short time in the Army, Ray experienced the essence of combat and survival in the Infantry and in Special Operations. He's even reflected on it in two books he's written - one a memoir and the other, a war novel. Hear his powerful story of combat and survival on this latest edition of HAZARD GROUND! www.raymcpadden.com | "And the Whole Mountain Burned" | "We March at Midnight" Support the podcast by supporting our sponsors at www.hazardground.com/sponsors! Shop Amazon! As an Amazon Associate We Earn From Qualifying Purchases...You Know The Deal! (Paid Link) Help grow the show! Spread the word, tell a friend!! Subscribe, rate, and review on Apple Podcasts! Episode Intro Music: "Prelude" by "Silence & Light" (www.silenceandlightmusic.com)
Today we hear the Combat Story of Tony Brooks, a former Army Ranger with 2nd Ranger Battalion who fought in Afghanistan early in the war and in Ramadi, Iraq. Tony's first mission was significant, being tasked with the recovery of downed chinook helicopter, Turbine 33 and The Lone Survivor, Marcus Luttrell in the mountains of Afghanistan. His book, Leave No Man Behind, is all about this experience as the primary search and rescue element that catalogues the mission from hitting the ground, recovering bodies, and hunting for every last man to bring them home. In this episode, we also touch on the impact of a legendary man, soldier, Ranger, and American - Pat Tillman - who had a tremendous influence on Tony (and myself for that matter). After the military, Tony went on to become a licensed chiropractor. He married the woman he refers to in the book as ‘the Unicorn' who he met as a private while stationed at Fort Lewis. I hope you enjoy his Combat Story, and the mission to bring everyone home, as much as I did. #rangers #specialoperations #operationredwings #veteran #veterans #combatstory #tonybrooks #2ndrangerbattalion #rangerbatt #rltw Find Tony Online: Book Leave No Man Behind https://www.amazon.com/Leave-Man-Behind-Unrelenting-Afghanistan/dp/1635767350 Website https://www.drtonybrooksauthor.com/ Instagram @drtonybrooks https://www.instagram.com/drtonybrooks/ Facebook Dr Tony Brooks https://www.facebook.com/DrTonyBrooks/ Find Ryan Online: Follow on Instagram @combat_stories https://www.instagram.com/combatstory Follow on Facebook @combatstoryofficial https://fb.me/combatstoryofficial Send us messages at https://m.me/combatstoryofficial Email firstname.lastname@example.org Learn more about Ryan www.combatstory.com/aboutus Intro Song: Sport Rock from Audio Jungle Show Notes 0:00 - Intro 0:53 - Guest bio 1:40 - Interview begins 2:06 - Pat Tillman - One of the greatest Americans of our generation 10:35 - Finding Purpose 13:19 - Why go to the Rangers? 17:00 - The Unicorn and the long play 20:00 - Parents played it neutral 23:50 - First time in Afghanistan 30:33 - Context for Operation Red Wings 37:15 - How did you feel going into your first mission? 40:07 - Fast roping onto target 49:25 - First objective - get to the crash site 58:20 - Recovering body parts 59:22 - Finding a wedding ring that meant so much more 1:06:27 - Next mission post-crash site recovery 1:13:50 - A screech you've never heard before 1:17:06 - Next mission is BDA 1:24:04 - My first experience of war was “sh*@” 1:26:28 - Finding Marcus Luttrell 1:32:13 - How close was the movie scenery (Lone Survivor) to reality 1:39:14 - Hilarious story of one of those “guys” in the unit 1:46:15 - What did you carry with you into combat? 1:47:31 - Would you go back and do it all again? 1:48:30 - How does Tony think about recent events in Afghanistan? 1:50:45 - Listener comments
Join Jon and Will as they discuss psychedelics with Heroic Hearts Project founder, former Army Ranger Jesse Gould, and Sabe Chief Experience Officer, Marine Corps veteran Juliana Mercer. Announcements and links: Speaking of psychedelics! Will and I are joining former Army Ranger guest from our episode on Trust Neil Markey - at an upcoming 5 day entheogenic wellness retreat at the BEAUTIFUL Imiloa Institute in Costa Rica November 19-23. There are still spots available! We'd love to meet you there… we'll drop the link in the comments here in a second. https://imiloainstitute.com/retreat/reflect-reset-rewire/ The next Mindfulness and Movement Experience with Movement Rx kicks off Octtober 27th. If you're ready to improve your mental and physical wellness, join me and Will with our partners from MovemementRx for this 21 day online journey. https://movement-rx.com/mtm If you're not sure, join me and Dr. Theresa Larsonin either one of two upcoming webinars where we will introduce you to how mindfulness and movement work together to improve overall health and wellness. These webinars are October 14th at 11am ET or October 21 at 6pm ET. Again, you can directly register for the experience through the MTM link provided earlier OR you can sign up for one of the two webinars at Movement-rx.com or with this link https://offers.movement-rx.com/mindfulness-movement-workshop-2 https://www.heroicheartsproject.org Juliana on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/julianamercer Jesse in LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jesse-gould If you like the show, leave us a review here: Leave a review! If you really like the show, subscribe here: Subscribe now! If you'd like to watch the show, check out our YouTube Channel here (DON'T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE!!): Men Talking Mindfulness on YouTube If you'd like to know more about upcoming and past guests, about Jon and Will, or find resources check out our website mentalkingmindfulness.com Time stamps: 3:45 Welcome to our guests Jesse Gould and Juliana Mercer 6:30 Will leads Opening Grounding Practice 10:00 Juliana's story 16:00 Jesse's story 19:00 What is Ayahuasca? 22:00 Something needs to change 23:30 What is the Heroic Hearts Project providing for Vets? 26:00 Juliana's Experience with HHP 27:00 Building a support team 28:30 Sabe Journeys Retreats 29:30 The importance of creating a setting 33:00 Not just for Vets! 34:00 What it means to “download” 35:00 D.A.R.E. kids unite! 38:30 This is not for everyone, but for some people it is life-changing 40:00 Know if this right for you before you jump in 44:00 MDMA-Assisted Therapy for PTSD (https://maps.org/research/mdma) 47:00 Psycobilin, Ayahuasca, MDMAetc. - not all medicine is the same 51:00 The Ceremonial Aspect 52:00 A guide or coach is a great resource 54:30 The decriminalization of drugs 1:00:00 What life enhancing properties? 1:05:00 Spirituality 1:10:00 We're great at "one-upping" but Are you “one-downing” yourself? 1:16:30 Jon leads Closing Grounding Practice Opening and closing Music: Malecon by Soyb & Amine Maxwell https://soundcloud.com/soybmusic https://soundcloud.com/aminemaxwell Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0 Free Download / Stream: https://bit.ly/al-malecon Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/xbWzYbtMgIE
Episode 535 Jeff Struecker is a First Class Father and retired Army Ranger who received the Silver Star for his heroic actions during The Battle of Mogadishu or Operation Gothic Serpent which would eventually become immortalized in the film BLACK HAWK DOWN. His other combat experience includes participation in the invasion of Panama, Operation Desert Storm, and more than a dozen combat tours in Afghanistan and Iraq. Jeff spent his final ten years in the US Army serving as a chaplain in Airborne and Ranger units. In 2017, he was inducted into the US Army Ranger Hall of Fame. In this Episode, Jeff shares his Fatherhood journey which includes five children. He describes the emotions of finding out he would be a dad for the first time during the Black Hawk Down mission. He discusses the balance of being a pastor and a man of faith while being a warrior. He offers some great advice for new or about to be Dads and more! JEFF STRUECKER - https://jeffstruecker.com Subscribe to First Class Fatherhood and watch on YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCD6cjYptutjJWYlM0Kk6cQ?sub_confirmation=1 SPONSORS: DML CBD - https://dmlcbd.com Promo Code: Father SeatGeek - https://seatgeek.com Promo Code: FirstClass Save: $20 off tickets MY PILLOW - https://www.mypillow.com Promo Code: Fatherhood Save Up To 66% Off 1-800-875-0219 More Ways To Listen - https://linktr.ee/alec_lace First Class Fatherhood Merch - https://shop.spreadshirt.com/first-class-fatherhood-/we+are+not+babysitters-A5d09ea872051763ad613ec8e?productType=812&sellable=3017x1aBoNI8jJe83pw5-812-7&appearance=1 Follow me on instagram - https://instagram.com/alec_lace?igshid=ebfecg0yvbap For information about becoming a Sponsor of First Class Fatherhood please hit me with an email: FirstClassFatherhood@gmail.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/alec-lace/support
We've got 4 Rounds in the Magazine! Round 1: Update the safety brief: longtime stoolie Shakira was involved in a wild boar attack. Head on a swivel, folks. Round 2: In a story fit for Netflix, a former Army Ranger faces extradition to the Netherlands where he is wanted for being a hitman that killed a German businessman. Round 3: The Taliban is sick and tired of their boots acting like nasty little turds. Round 4: The Chairman of the joint chiefs went before both houses of congress this week, it was an absolute shitshow.
Host: Brenda Zane, www.brendazane.comGuest: Tripp Johnson, CEO, Green Hill RecoveryShow notes: www.brendazane.com/hopestream/81Free e-book: www.brendazane.com/hindsightThe Stream, a community for moms: www.thestreamcommunity.comIf your son graduated from high school, was a nationally ranked tennis player, went to West Point, became an Army Ranger, served in Afghanistan, and went to law school, you might think all was good. But for Tripp Johnson, who achieved all of these markers of external success, life wasn't all good. Tripp's story takes us from sourcing drugs off the Dark Web to law school, a yoga mat, and ultimately, creating a whole-person focused treatment program for guys struggling with substance use.This is a story you'll definitely want to hear with insights for parents including:why Tripp is so passionate about the concept of human flourishing and what that means to young people struggling with substance usethe powerful influence parents can have on their child's choices and recoveryhow Tripp's early external success allowed him to not do the work he needed to improve his life and live without substanceswhy a lifestyle that includes Astanga yoga and daily meditation helped Tripp shift away from his "work hard, play harder" military mantrareframing self-sabotage as "returning to comfortable"why it's important for parents and friends to know and recognize patterns around substance use in those they lovealternative paths people can travel to find a substance-free lifewhat Tripp believes parents really need to understand, based on his day to day experiences with young adult guys who are struggling with substance use issuesa peek inside what it's like to be on the provider side of the insurance challenges with substance use and addiction treatmentThe role efficacy plays in the insurance coverage conversation, and how we should be viewing efficacy for treatment programsWays to think about relapse and the nuances of recoveryIt's a wide-ranging and thought-provoking conversation that will leave you with new ideas around substance use, treatment, relapse, and recovery.
A Pause in the Storm is a new series from Haymarket Books and Gargi Bhattacharyya. Join Gargi Bhattacharyya and one Haymarket author every month to explore ways of collectively rebuilding our crumbling world. Short and accessible, these conversations encourage us to pause and reflect on how to change everything. Our chat this month features Rory Fanning, author of Worth Fighting For (Haymarket, 2014). In 2008, Rory walked across the United States for his friend Pat Tillman. Pat's death by friendly fire in Afghanistan was covered up just days before Rory left the Army Rangers as a conscientious objector. Worth Fighting For traces Rory's journey across the US, but also his political journey towards becoming a socialist and anti-imperialist. Gargi Bhattacharyya is one of the UK's leading scholars on race and capitalism. She is the author of Rethinking Racial Capitalism (2018), Dangerous Brown Men (2008), Traffick (2005) and co-author of Empire's Endgame (2020).
Jake Bequette, former NFL Player, Army Ranger, Arkansas Senate Candidate on covid, Afghanistan and college football. The View positive covid tests were false. Why are we testing for covid? Biden gets booster. Trump rally in Georgia. Who will run as Trump's VP in 2024. FBI informant participated in January 6th riot, texted FBI that it was spontaneous, not a planned conspiracy. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
.On this episode of the Jason Cavness Experience I talk to Colton Becker - Founder | Optimist | Veteran | Improver We talk about the following Hunting Becoming an U.S. Army Ranger and his Army career Meliorem Inc. His core values Making the world a better place Bunker Labs and Veterans in Residence Colton's Bio Colton E. Becker was born in Vail, Colorado in October 1991. The youngest of three children, he spent most of his time as a kid playing hockey, hunting, fly-fishing, skiing, camping, golfing, rock-climbing, and enjoying the Colorado outdoors. Colton went to college at Colorado School of Mines, where he studied environmental engineering, joined the Army ROTC program, and played club hockey. Following his graduation, in December 2014, Colton was commissioned into the active-duty Army Infantry. At the same time, Colton began his entrepreneurial career by forming Global Water Farms, Inc. with his parents and their mutual business associate. The company's product was based on Colton's eighth grade science project, which is a novel and environmentally sustainable approach to water desalination that Colton and his father invented together. While in the Army, Colton spent his down time seeking investment for GWF in Seattle for over two years, during which time he helped raise $4 million in capital. After graduation from college, Colton went to the US Army's Infantry Basic Officer Leadership School at Ft. Benning, GA where he graduated first in his class. After IBOLC, he attended US Army Ranger School, but was ultimately dropped from the course after failing the final phase twice. At this point Colton confronted the same question as countless others, “should I just quit, or should I learn from my past experience and keep on going until I accomplish my goal?” Colton ultimately decided to go back to Ranger School and ended up completing to course after going straight through all phases. This accomplishment showed him the importance and value of determination, grit, and a no quit mindset when seeking to achieve large goals. When Colton separated from service in May of 2020, he moved down to California with his girlfriend, Jess, and began to work at Global Water Farms, Inc. as a full-time employee. During that time, Colton designed a 1.5 mega watt renewable power generation facility for the company's demonstration pilot. While Colton was living his lifelong dream of making his childhood science project reality, he noticed that the working relationship with his parents was becoming increasingly strained, and trending toward intolerable. Let's just say he thought Ranger School would be the hardest thing he would ever do until he spent a year working with his parents. Ultimately, Colton separated from GWF to pursue his own company and brought forth the lessons he learned from his time working at GWF. Through that experience, he learned firsthand the importance of having those “hard founder conversations” early or before the company's formation. This experience solidified in Colton the importance of valuing and supporting your team, cultivating a positive and creative working environment, recognizing team members' contributions, and holding one another accountable for meeting goals and deadlines. It also affirmed one of Colton's core values: that candor and purpose are paramount, and you should always give more than you seek to get. Ultimately, Colton left GWF in hopes of preserving the personal relationship with his family, moved back up to Washington with Jess, and formed Meliorem, Inc. with the goal of creating a company focused on bettering the world by providing climate conscious solutions to humanity's basic needs of food, water, and energy. Colton's Social Media Colton's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/colton-becker/ Colton's Email: colton.e.becker@gmail Colton's Advice Focus on giving more than you get. When I was facing my hard times at Ranger School. That was the one thing that I kept seeing that would actually bear some form of fruit. If you focus your energy and your efforts on the person to your left and your right and you help them out when and where you can, however you can. Then this weird thing happens where you might be thinking that you are devoting your resources to somebody else. But really, what you're doing is you're creating a positive community. A community that wants to support you, because you're willing to support them. If you focus on that, then, you know, crazy things happen.
If you know of Black Rifle Coffee Company or watch Mayans MC on FX, you may already know this week's Borne the Battle guest – Army Veteran, entrepreneur, actor and overall entertainer Vincent Vargas.It was a windy road that led him to this point in his life. Too many wild parties got him kicked out of college and ended his childhood dream of playing professional baseball. At 20, as a young father who was no longer playing ball or attending school, Vargas felt like a disappointment to his family.In 2003, during the invasion of Baghdad at the outbreak of the Iraq War, Vargas watched a televised newscast in which a Marine helped to topple a statue of dictator Saddam Hussein. News reporters interviewed the Marine's family, who emotionally expressed their pride in his service.The next day, Vargas went to a military recruiting office to enlist. He later served in both Iraq and Afghanistan as an Army Ranger, became a drill sergeant, and after serving, even joined the U.S. Border Patrol.In this week's episode of Borne the Battle, Vincent Vargas discusses his many transitions between sports, military and civilian lives, getting into acting, his time on the Drinkin' Bros podcast, and the founding of Beteran, his Veteran-focused clothing line that emphasizes empowerment and positivity rather than the prevailing Veteran narratives of depression, alcoholism, and suicide.Borne the Battle Veteran of the Week: Army Veteran Ricardo Barraza Also Mentioned in this Episode: https://vincentroccovargas.com/ VETSmile pilot program to improve affordable dental care access for Veterans Program of Comprehensive Assistance for Family Caregivers to provide an additional year for eligibility and reassessment of certain participants
From January 23, 2016: The fourth Hoover Book Soiree, held this week in Hoover's beautiful Washington, D.C. offices, featured Gayle Tzemach Lemmon on her newest book, Ashley's War: The Untold Story of a Team of Women Soldiers on the Special Ops Battlefield. At the event, Lemmon, a senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations, and Lawfare's editor-in-chief Benjamin Wittes discussed the growing role of women soldiers in special operations and beyond, examining the story of a cultural support team of women hand-picked from the Army in 2011 to serve in Afghanistan alongside Army Rangers and Navy SEALs. Their conversation dives into how the program developed, the lessons learned in the process, and why its success may provide critical insights for future force integration. Former Marine and current Lawfare contributor Zoe Bedell, who served in a similar capacity in Afghanistan, joined them on the panel to discuss her own experiences.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/lawfare. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Matt “Griff” Griffin was a 2001 West Point graduate. Like many, his life quickly transformed after September 11th of that year. Little did he know it was that day that would give him the opportunity to later co-found Combat Flip Flops. Griff became an Army Ranger and spent four deployments in the Middle East. His time in Afghanistan really shaped his world-view. Eventually he wanted to take his lessons of teamwork and leadership to the entrepreneurial world. Combat Flip Flops A trip to a combat boot factory in Kabul is what compelled Griff to start Combat Flip Flops. He saw the impact that employment had on a community and wanted to continue to positively impact the country of Afghanistan. Eventually the footwear production had to be moved to Colombia, another war-torn country that could benefit from a manufacturing plant. It is this calling that keeps Combat Flip Flops going. A mission to manufacture products in conflict and post conflict areas, creating jobs, funding women's education and ultimately improving people's lives. Check out who else has stepped into the Veteran Crowd Spotlight. Listen on Libsyn Watch on YouTube Learn More Combat Flip Flops: https://www.combatflipflops.com Griff's Thoughts on Afghanistan: https://www.combatflipflops.com/blogs/combat-flip-flops/written-in-taliban VeteranCrowd Network Our "forever promise" is to build the veteran and military spouse community a place to connect and engage. VeteranCrowd is simply a national network of veterans, veteran led businesses and the resources they need to prosper. Subscribe to stay in touch, or consider if Individual or Corporate Membership in the Network is a fit for you. About Your Host Bob Louthan is a VMI Graduate, Army veteran, and executive with over 25 years of experience in mergers, acquisitions and private capital formation. He founded the VeteranCrowd Network to bring veterans and veteran-led businesses together with each other and the resources they need to prosper.
Producer Steve comments that someone answered his question from yesterday. The Haitians at the southern border were living in Mexico and South America. A caravan of 20,000 are now leaving Colombia and heading to the border. The State Department has confirmed that beginning October 1st the refugee admissions cap will increase to 125,000, fulfilling a Biden campaign promise. As we see the division sewn by the Harris/Biden/Obama/Rice/Jarret administration, what happened to Biden's promise of unity? Senate Parliamentarian confirms that immigration policy cannot be included in the Democrat's $3.5 trillion bill. Kim discusses a friend's experience with the threat that if she did get the “jab,” her lease would not be renewed. Project Veritas interviews an HHS whistleblower which includes a video of a discussion on the vaccination. Guest Ben Martin, West Point graduate, Army Ranger and patriotic historian, analyzes what Kim calls, the Intrigue of the Generals. Three British Generals, William Howe, Johnny Burgoyne and George Clinton, have a clash of egos that prove to be detrimental to the British. Ben dives deep into the Second Campaign of 1777 in the American Revolution, also known as the Glorious Cause. The campaign consists of: Battle of Saratoga, Battle of Philadelphia and Battle of Valley Forge. Ben comments on Washington's “Life Guard.” 1777 turned out to be a pivotal time resulting in positive outcomes for the Americans. Thank you to the Harris Family for your sponsorship of this show.
Vinny is a former Army Ranger, Prison Guard and Border Patrol Agent. He has since moved on to become the founder of Beteran and actor on the popular TV show Mayan MC. Vinny has amassed a huge following because of his relatable content and giving it to people straight. He has a podcast titled the Vinny Roc Show and an author of two books. In this episode Vinny talks about how his years as a baseball player led to him serving our country in multiple capacities. How he struggled through transitions and dealing with the loss of many of his friends. He is raw and unfiltered in this episode and has no problem telling everyone were he messed up. We also talked about how our time in uniform doesn't stop. We must continue to serve even after we hang up the uniform. We can't become “those” veterans that just propagate the entitled mentality. This episode moves fast and covers a lot, so buckle your seatbelt. You're about to get the Vinny Roc treatment! Find Vinny: Vinny Vargas on LinkedInVinny Vargas on Facebook Vinny Vargas on Instagram Find his Podcast here: Vinny Roc Podcast Find out more about Beteran: https://beteran.com/Find Vinny's books: Light the Fuse by Vincent Vargas Sugarman by Vincent Vargas If you enjoyed this episode of Always in Pursuit, please share with a couple of your friends and leave us a review on whatever platform you use. Also find out more about AIP and the team at www.alwaysinpursuit.org. Thank you for tuning in to the show!Check out our amazing Sponsors Adyton PBC and Learn more about MUSTR app which is streamlining systems for leaders across the Department of Defense!
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COL Stefan Banach (USA-Ret.) is a Distinguished Member of the 75th Ranger Regiment and served in that organization for nine years, culminating with command of the 3rd Ranger Battalion from 2001-2003. He led U.S. Army Rangers during a historic night combat parachute assault into Afghanistan on October 19, 2001, as the “spearhead” for the Global War on Terror. Steve subsequently led U.S. Army Rangers in a second combat parachute assault into Al Anbar Province in western Iraq in 2003. He served with distinction in the United States Army from 1983 to 2010. Since then, he has provided executive consulting services to a diverse range of clients at a number of prestigious institutions. Steve Banach also serves as the Director, Army Management Staff College, an element of Army University responsible for “igniting the leadership potential for every Army civilian.” In our interview with Steve Banach, we discussed global entanglement, multi-reality warfare, and the urgent need for a new paradigm and cognitive approach to warfare for the U.S. Army and larger Joint Force. The following bullet points highlight key insights from our interview: The U.S. military needs to develop a ‘fourth Army,’ whose form and function are capable of gaining logic from disorder. This Army will be better prepared to operate in the multi-reality, technologically integrated battlespace that is already upon us. The next war will be characterized by operations within the virtual battlespace. To prepare for this phase of warfare, the U.S. Army needs to develop new mental models to understand the vulnerabilities that arise from an increasingly interconnected world. Such an effort should feature the development of a ‘virtual battlespace maneuver’ Our adversaries are working to integrate technologies from autonomous weapons systems to social media to dominate this new battlespace. Future adversaries will not always be on a physical battleground, but the impacts of their operations will be felt both by the U.S. military and civilian population as they seek to create systemic shock and paralysis. The Army should redevelop its total force design and increase its operational arc to prepare the United States for this new form of conflict. Weapons of ‘mass deception’ will be increasingly prevalent in conflict, as social media is manipulated to prevent population education and engagement with critical issues. The United States should increase awareness of this threat via programs in both civilian and military education. Asymmetric ethics in the virtual b
Recently the 20-year war in Afghanistan came to an end. Have his given all of us time to reflect on those two decades. We also remember the 23 hundred or so US servicemen and women who died in Afghanistan. One of them, in particular, drew public attention. Then-27 year-old Army Ranger, and former NFL star, Pat Tillman was killed in 2004. But that tragedy was compounded when the Pentagon apparently attempted to cover up the circumstances of his death.
I split this interview up in two sections. Here is the second part to the interview..Today I interview Brad Thomas. Brad is a former Army Ranger, Delta Operator, musician, husband, father, and overall amazing human..We chat about some important things that have helped us get where we are today. .Brad also shares some of his amazing stories and insights on his life..We talk about mindset, faith, and giving back to a community that we are passionate about..You can find Brad on social media @bradthomas_official as well as his band @silence_and_light_official.
How can you give away products that are unused by other people and actually ask for a donation at the same time? John Renken discovered adventure in the travel industry. He helps people save thousands on travel while raising money for charity. John is a former United States, Army Ranger, former professional MMA fighter, the founder of several churches, and he is also a successful entrepreneur with a proven track record of leadership and sales. Full interview goes LIVE Tuesday, September 14th Interested in starting your own podcast? Let us do all the heavy lifting. Learn more at https://nonprofitarchitect.org/podcast-production-services/
Today I interview Brad Thomas. Brad is a former Army Ranger, Delta Operator, musician, husband, father, and overall amazing human..We chat about some important things that have helped us get where we are today. .Brad also shares some of his amazing stories and insights on his life..We talk about mindset, faith, and giving back to a community that we are passionate about..You can find Brad on social media @bradthomas_official as well as his band @silence_and_light_official.
Dr. Tony Brooks was inspired to serve by what he refers to as the "holy shit act of terrorism." On 9/11 he was an 18-year-old student at the University of Arizona who had never considered military service. After watching the towers fall, he suddenly decided that nothing was more important than serving. Dr. Brooks talks about how "out of the blue" decision surprised everyone he knew, how he joined the Army Rangers, and his first mission once deployed to Iraq - Operation Red Wings. Special Guest: Dr. Tony Brooks.
This week Dope KNife chats with a former Army Ranger about his experience in Afghanistan and what's next for the country and America's Foreign policy. Also, the pair discuss there reactions to Kanye West's album 'Donda' Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
With the rapid fall of Afghanistan, veterans in our communities need our care and support now more than ever. So I called up Army Ranger Jesse Gould who supports psychedelic healing for soldiers to talk about his experience and what we can do to help. On the podcast Jesse explains the complex reactions veterans are feeling about the end of operations in Afghanistan. We discuss PTSD and why both the causes and healing of trauma are more complex than many realize. Jesse explains how ayahuasca and other psychedelics help to repattern hyper vigilance and an overactive nervous systems in soldiers returning from war. We discuss his nonprofit, Heroic Hearts, which takes veterans to ayahuasca ceremonies for healing. Finally we discuss how serving communities makes life more like a festival. Jesse holds an important voice for military veterans in the psychedelic community and beyond. A former Army Ranger with three tours of duty in Afghanistan, he is the Founder and President of the Heroic Hearts Project, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit pioneering psychedelic therapies for veterans. Jesse works to spread awareness of plant medicine as a therapeutic method and has spoken globally about psychedelics and mental health. He is best known for his own inspiring battle with PTSD and his recovery through psychedelic therapy. Links: Heroic Hearts Project: https://www.heroicheartsproject.org/ Heroic Hearts on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/heroicheartsproject/?hl=en Timestamps: :10 - The veteran response to the fall of Afghanistan is complex :17 - Jesse's history in the military :28 - PTSD in the context of a war setting :40 - How Ayahuasca repatterns hypervigilence :47 - How Jesse learned to integrate his ayahuasca ceremonies :53 - How serving community makes life like a festival 1:00 - The model of the nonprofit Heroic Hearts
Johnny Elsasser is a former special army operations U.S Army Ranger with four combat tours between Iraq and Afghanistan and another 5 years protecting the U.S. Ambassador to Iraq in Baghdad.What makes Johnny more interesting (if that were possible) is the shift he has made now to advocating and supporting men in finding their own masculine blue print and cultivating their purpose as positive men in the world today.You can learn more about Johnny and his work @:Website: www.johnnyelsasser.comSocial: @johnny.elsasser
Episode 049 begins with a piece written by Matthew “Griff” Griffin through the voice of the Taliban watching the withdrawal of US forces in Afghanistan. This conversation was recorded August 19, 2021 -- important context given more recent events. Jason and Rich are joined by fellow veterans Griff and Blayne Smith to share their perspectives and recommendations for action for those who have served as well as civilians. It is a “license to feel” through surreal, confusing, frustrating events, as well as a call to take care of those that have borne the brunt of the wars of the last 20 years. Griff is a 2001 West Point Graduate; Army Ranger, Combat Veteran with the 75th Ranger Regiment (3x Afghanistan, 1x Iraq); and CEO of Combat Flip Flops, which he co-founded in Kabul, Afghanistan. Blayne, of Episode 006 of Glorious Professionals, is also a graduate of West Point; former Green Beret combat veteran of 3rd Special Forces Group in Afghanistan in 2009; former Executive Director of Team Red White & Blue; and co-Founder of Applied Leadership Partners. Links: VeteranCheckIn.org Original Post on Combat Flip Flops Episode 006 - Blayne Smith “Pet” - A Perfect Circle SIGAR.mil Ben Bunn Instagram Post and Episode 021 VA Veterans Crisis Line, GetHeadstrong.org, Cohen Veterans Network, Vets4Warriors Learn more about GORUCK Glorious Professionals podcast website
Lieutenant Commander Steve Ober was the very first Helicopter Rescue Swimmer in the Coast Guard. On this episode, he discusses the challenges of surviving the physical and mental abuse of Navy Rescue Swimmer school and shares tales of the old Coast Guard. Watch Full Episode on YouTube HERE. Training for Rescue Swimmer School, BUDS, Air Force PJ or any Elite Athletic Training? Perfect Form Master Class Win the Day Training Program Hold your Breath like a Helicopter Rescue Swimmer Lower Your 1.5 Mile Run Time Subscribe to: RSM and Wildertainment on YouTube. Instagram: @RescueSwimmerMindset @Wildertainment Tiktok: @rescueswimmermindset @wildertainment The Rescue Swimmer Mindset is hosted by two former Coast Guard Helicopter Rescue Swimmer, Cody & Vince. This show is best suited for those with a physically driven mindset such as Athletes, Helicopter Rescue Swimmers, Olympians, Air Force Pararescue Jumpers, Marine Recons, Army Rangers, Green Berets, Infantry, Navy Seals, Special Forces, individuals preparing for Bootcamp or simply those trying to get into physical shape. This podcast is not associated with the Coast Guard nor the military in any way and does not represent the views nor positions of those organizations. -The RSM Team Be Better.
At nickbare.com, Nick Bare headlines his personal story ”Straight Passion & No Sleep.” That's how he built his business, Bare Performance Nutrition, starting as a college junior and continuing through service as an Army Ranger and Platoon Leader and into years of grinding it out with his little brother in Texas. In this talk with Spanny, which whom he shares connections to Team RWB, Nick highlights the hellish, cash-strapped year of 2017 and how he's adjusted his schedule since getting married. … To support The Spaniard Show, please visit charliespaniard.com, where you can: Purchase books from my reading list. Purchase my two books - DRIVEN and Becoming the World's Toughest Lifelong Learner. Inquire about my speaking information. Sign up/sign your kids up for Spaniard School, my online school for students.
Jim Gilliland has set up his Custom Dodge Mega Cab to be his home away from home while his out on hunting, fishing, and shooting trips all across the United States. Jim covers what's unique about his truck, the setup he uses to stay organized on the road, the thought process in the details you might miss, but Jim is not going to tell you how much all these mods cost him, nor will he reveal all of the truck's contents. Use your imagination.Gearbox Talk is brought to you by GoWild and Federal PremiumDownload GoWild today. Join a community of shooters, hunters, anglers and outdoor enthusiasts.http://bit.ly/DownloadGoWildNowGear Mentioned:Decked Truck Bed Storage - https://decked.com/ Down East Auto - https://downeastautonc.com/ Rigid Industries Lights - https://www.rigidindustries.com/ Show Notes:Jim's Website - http://shadow6.net/index.html Instagram - http://instagram.com/long_gunner YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC39wNvCY_9uvfpAAzAaqGdA/featured Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/Shadow6.net
Army Ranger Tony Brooks talks about why he joined, Ranger training and the reality of a recovery operation and secondary rescue efforts for Navy Seal Marcus Luttrell. On June 28, 2005, a four-man Navy SEAL reconnaissance team under Operation Red Wings was ambushed in northeastern Afghanistan.. A quick reaction force was dispatched. Turbine 33, carrying eight Navy SEALs and eight members of the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment, was struck by a rocket-propelled grenade―careening the dual rotor Chinook toward the rugged peak of Sawtalo Sar. The result was the single deadliest incident in Special Operations history at the time. Commanders called on the largest element of US Special Forces, the 75th Ranger Regiment. The rescue mission: Operation Red Wings II. Author Dr.Tony Brooks gives a first-hand account of the daring recovery of Turbine 33 and the subsequent search for the remaining compromised Navy SEAL recon team―one of whom was Marcus Luttrell, the lone survivor. The Rangers were up against lack of intel, treacherous terrain, violent weather, and an enemy that was raised to fight. Tony Brooks lived by the axiom, “Leave No Man Behind.” He is the first to tell the story other books and films have omitted, one of overcoming overwhelming odds to accomplish a mission: to bring every American soldier home. Tony talks with host Jim Fausone and paints a vivid picture of Army Ranger training and the strain of the mission.
Jesse Gould is a retired Army Ranger, Founder and President of The Heroic Hearts Project. He joined Kelsi this week to discuss his foundation and how Ayahuasca is helping veterans. Jesse was recognized as one of the “Social Entrepreneurs To Watch For In 2020” by Cause Artists. Jesse is opening up the conversation in hopes people can see that recovery can be possible with Ayahuasca therapy. - - - - - @wtf_bbq @heroicheartsproject Watch on YouTube: https://bit.ly/3opNURn - - - - - - - - - - - - - SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS Good F*cking Design Advice - 15% off with code UNITY - www.gfda.co Combat Flip Flops - 25% off with code UNITY - https://combatflipflops.com BN3TH - 15% off with code UNITY - https://bn3th.com Honour House - https://www.honourhouse.caHeroic Hearts Project - www.heroicheartsproject.org - - - - - - - - - - - - - SHOP B&U Jewelry & Eyewear: https://brassandunity.com - - - - - - - - - - - - Follow #brassandunityIG: https://instagram.com/brassandunity FB: https://facebook.com/brassandunity - - - - - - - - - - - - - Follow Kelsi IG: https://instagram.com/kelsie_sheren
Dr. Allan Phillips is an Army physical therapist who specializes in underwater performance. In this episode, we discuss the techniques he teaches his students to maximize on underwater efficiency and breath holding. Watch Full Episode on YouTube HERE. Subscribe to: RSM and Wildertainment on YouTube. Instagram: @RescueSwimmerMindset @Wildertainment Tiktok: @rescueswimmermindset @wildertainment Training for Rescue Swimmer School, BUDS, Air Force PJ or any Elite Athletic Training? Perfect Form Master Class Win the Day Training Program Hold your Breath like a Helicopter Rescue Swimmer Lower Your 1.5 Mile Run Time The Rescue Swimmer Mindset is hosted by two former Coast Guard Helicopter Rescue Swimmer, Cody & Vince. This show is best suited for those with a physically driven mindset such as Athletes, Helicopter Rescue Swimmers, Olympians, Air Force Pararescue Jumpers, Marine Recons, Army Rangers, Green Berets, Infantry, Navy Seals, Special Forces, individuals preparing for Bootcamp or simply those trying to get into physical shape. This podcast is not associated with the Coast Guard nor the military in any way and does not represent the views nor positions of those organizations. -The RSM Team Be Better. Watch Full Episode on YouTube HERE. Dr. Allan Phillips Instagram: @alphill4305 Subscribe to: RSM and Wildertainment on YouTube. Instagram: @RescueSwimmerMindset @Wildertainment Tiktok: @rescueswimmermindset @wildertainment Training for Rescue Swimmer School, BUDS, Air Force PJ or any Elite Athletic Training? Perfect Form Master Class Win the Day Training Program Hold your Breath like a Helicopter Rescue Swimmer Lower Your 1.5 Mile Run Time The Rescue Swimmer Mindset is hosted by two former Coast Guard Helicopter Rescue Swimmer, Cody & Vince. This show is best suited for those with a physically driven mindset such as Athletes, Helicopter Rescue Swimmers, Olympians, Air Force Pararescue Jumpers, Marine Recons, Army Rangers, Green Berets, Infantry, Navy Seals, Special Forces, individuals preparing for Bootcamp or simply those trying to get into physical shape. This podcast is not associated with the Coast Guard nor the military in any way and does not represent the views nor positions of those organizations. -The RSM Team Be Better.
Bob Frantz speaks with Army Ranger Tom Amenta discuss the Taliban gaining viability in the region, the USA's bungled exit, 45k Afghan army have died fighting the war since 2014, and we are sending thousands of soldiers back to Afghanistan to evacuate the rest of the Americans stranded there. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Special EP. This weeks episode we discussed the horrific situation in Afghanistan and the military pull out resulting in thousands fleeing for their lives from the Taliban. Griff s the co-founder and CEO of Combat Flip Flops, a footwear and apparel company that sells goods manufactured in conflict and post-conflict zones. Griffin founded Combat Flip Flops in 2006, after graduating from West Point and serving four tours of duty as an Army Ranger in Afghanistan and Iraq. - - - - - - - - - - @Combat Flip Flops @combatflipflops.griff - - - - - - - - - - - - - SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS Good F*cking Design Advice - 15% off with code UNITY - www.gfda.co Combat Flip Flops - 25% off with code UNITY - https://combatflipflops.com BN3TH - 15% off with code UNITY - https://bn3th.com Honour House - https://www.honourhouse.ca - - - - - - - - - - - - - SHOP B&U Jewelry & Eyewear: https://brassandunity.com - - - - - - - - - - - - - Follow #brassandunityIG: https://instagram.com/brassandunity FB: https://facebook.com/brassandunity - - - - - - - - - - - - - Follow Kelsi IG: https://instagram.com/kelsie_sheren
Colorado Rep. Jason Crow, a former Army Ranger who served in Afghanistan, joins us with insight into what's happening. Then, Dr. Anuj Mehta, a pulmonologist who's advised the state on vaccines, talks about the science behind a third shot. Also, a new comic book traces a daughter's grief through an abandoned shopping mall and a supernatural world.
Written In Taliban - A Discussion with former Army Ranger, Matthew Griffin On this episode of The Scalpel, Dr. Rose is joined by his friend, combat veteran, and former Army Ranger Matthew Griffin. They discuss the current situation in Afghanistan and the response of "Griff" and co-author Scott Chapman - "Written in Taliban" - a letter that was posted to combatflipflops.com and has attracted some attention on social and traditional media. Written in Taliban https://www.combatflipflops.com/blogs/combat-flip-flops/written-in-taliban Matthew Griffin is a 2001 United States Military Academy Graduate, Army Ranger, Combat Veteran with the 75th Ranger Regiment (3x Afghanistan, 1x Iraq), CEO of Combat Flip Flops, author, and 2019 Henry Crown Fellow with the Aspen Global Leadership Institute. Scott Chapman is a 2000 Murray State University Graduate, Army Ranger Fire Team Leader from Alpha Company 2/75th Rangers (‘01 - ‘05), OGA Blackwater Alumni, entrepreneur, and author. Combat Veteran ( 21x Afghanistan, 1x Iraq) The Scalpel with Dr. Keith Rose is proudly sponsored by Zbones Bone Conduction Headphones. Learn more at zbones.io Go to www.LoveZBones.com and Use PROMO CODE SCALPEL1 at checkout to get 10% off your order of Zbones. CONTACT THE SHOW Website: https://scalpeledge.com Email: KFR@scalpeledge.com Twitter: @TheScalpelEdge Instagram: @TheScalpelPodcast #TheScalpel
Jon and Will along with guest, former Army Ranger and McKinsey Consultant turned mindfulness teacher and CEO of evolutio, all meet up on Men Talking Mindfulness to discuss having your buddy's back! What that truly means and how it's tied into mindfulness! Estimated time stamps: 5:00 Neil leads Opening Grounding Practice 9:00 Will introduces topic - Defines Trust 11:00 Creating a sense of trust / bond (specifically in the military) 12:00 Trauma Bonding 13:30 Trusting others begins with trusting (believing in) yourself 16:30 The Trust Equation = (Credibility + Reliability + Intimacy) / Self Orientation 19:20 Vulnerability is key - admitting you are a flawed person allows others to admit to their own flaws 21:00 Balance is necessary 24:00 Every good leader needs a dog 25:00 Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs 28:00 What happens when there isn't trust? 30:00 How do you let people know you care? Tell them! 31:00 When things go wrong we default to a scarcity mindset (thinking of the individual instead of the group) 33:00 Neil runs away from his problems 34:15 Podcast Name Change? 35:00 Jon needs a new TV show 37:00 Will brings it back to Yoga - creating space for people 39:15 Trust falls are the worst but also the best 40:00 Do you give trust freely or need to build trust? 42:45 We learn trust early in life 45:00 How do we deal with betrayal? Face it head on. 46:45 Don't betray Will. 51:30 Preparing for ceremonies with plant-based medicine 56:00 Will's new business plan - Compassion Coffee! 58:00 Jon leads the Closing Grounding Practice Check out Neil's company, evolutio at evolutio.org Opening and closing Music: Malecon by Soyb & Amine Maxwell https://soundcloud.com/soybmusic https://soundcloud.com/aminemaxwell Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0 Free Download / Stream: https://bit.ly/al-malecon Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/xbWzYbtMgIE
Cody and Vince return to the Rescue Swimmer Mindset Podcast with an update on the Coast Guard's EMT school, Rescue Swimmer life saving techniques and the flaws within Kevin Costner's movie "The Guardian". Watch Full Episode on YouTube HERE. Subscribe to: RSM and Wildertainment on YouTube. Instagram: @RescueSwimmerMindset @Wildertainment Tiktok: @rescueswimmermindset @wildertainment Training for Rescue Swimmer School, BUDS, Air Force PJ or any Elite Athletic Training? Perfect Form Master Class Win the Day Training Program Hold your Breath like a Helicopter Rescue Swimmer Lower Your 1.5 Mile Run Time The Rescue Swimmer Mindset is hosted by two former Coast Guard Helicopter Rescue Swimmer, Cody & Vince. This show is best suited for those with a physically driven mindset such as Athletes, Helicopter Rescue Swimmers, Olympians, Air Force Pararescue Jumpers, Marine Recons, Army Rangers, Green Berets, Infantry, Navy Seals, Special Forces, individuals preparing for Bootcamp or simply those trying to get into physical shape. This podcast is not associated with the Coast Guard nor the military in any way and does not represent the views nor positions of those organizations. -The RSM Team Be Better.
The Monologue: Fmr. FDA Commissioner: ‘We Haven't Seen Evidence' in Other Countries that Delta's Making People Sicker // The Interview: Congressional candidate and Army Ranger vet Jesse Jensen reacts to the news out of Afghanistan // The Monologue: CNN Reports 4 Teachers from Broward County Have Died of Covid to Trash Gov. DeSantis, Fails to Mention that Schools Are Not Open // The Interview: King County Councilmember Kathy Lambert on her plans to get King County courthouse guards the tools they need for protection // LongForm: Mark Starr owns the wildly popular Dave's Pizza in Spokane. But he's closing on Sundays for the first time in 25 years because he can't find workers. He knows why that is. // The Quick Hit: Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot botches the name of the fallen officer // The Last Rantz: Prepare for mandates at your workplace See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
WoW this was an unexpectedly powerful interview that opened up so much truths about ourselves, our happiness and the box society has created for us. This episode is about creating the best version of yourself, as defined by YOU. Johnny Elsasser is a former Special Operations U.S. Army Ranger with four combat tours between Iraq and Afghanistan and another 5 years protecting the U.S. Ambassador to Iraq in Baghdad. Creator of The Wildman Experience and a Men's Development and Leadership Coach. He is the host and founder of the podcast The Art Of Masculinity Connect with our guest:Instagram
Jeramiah Solven is the founder of Conquer Academy and a Leadership and Performance Instructor and podcast, Be the Leader. He is a former U.S. Army Ranger and officer who earned 1 of 2 positions in special operations out of a 400,000 soldier force. He also became the #1 Infantry Officer from a class of 2000. Jeramiah has helped hundreds of people grow as leaders. He has worked with clients ranging from CEOs, small business owners, pilots, FBI Agents, to a billion dollar company. It's Jeramiah's mission to bring more good in this world while helping others achieve their best Instagram: @jeramiahsolven Greybeard Performance: https://greybeardperformance.com Mike Simpson has served over three decades in the military as an Airborne Ranger, a Special Forces Operator, and finally as a Doctor of Emergency Medicine assigned to the Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC). Throughout his career, Mike has deployed to 17 different countries, from counter-narcotics operations in the jungles of South America, to the Global War on Terror (GWOT) in Southwest Asia and North Africa. Along the way, Mike has been trained as a demolitions expert, SWAT Sniper, High Altitude Low Opening (HALO) parachutist, civilian paramedic, Special Forces Medic, Operations and intelligence Sergeant, and finally, a board certified Emergency Medicine Physician. Mike is also a martial arts enthusiast, who trains in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and Muay Thai. His passion for martial arts motivated him to become a practicing fight doctor. As one of the foremost experts in both tactical trauma medicine and combat sports medicine, Mike is highly sought after as a lecturer and instructor, working extensively with Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) fighters, law enforcement, and military organizations providing medical care and training. He co-stars on Hunting Hitler on the History Channel. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DoctorMikeSimpson/ Instagram: @drmikesimpson Website: https://drmikesimpson.com Shop affiliates: https://drmikesimpson.com/new-page-1 Nutrition: https://www.freshly.com/subscriptions/1807965?clickid=SREyh7XScxyJTlPwUx0Mo3cTUknxrzxsKVe91A0&irgwc=1&utm_campaign=usa_plans_all-d_all-p_acq_cpa_Michael%20Simpson_&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_source=ignite&affsrc=1&utm_term=paid-affiliate&plan_id=422&promo_code=rad40 Merchandise: https://rangerup.com/collections/doc-simpson promo code: MOTW15 (Save 15%)
Michael Berry talks about recent investigations into voter fraud in the 2020 election; Senator Ted Cruz joins the show to discuss the Cuban revolution; Dr. Andrew Myers make an appearance to talk about his new book "Simplifying the COVID Puzzle: How Two Essential Vitamins Fortify the Immune System"; Dr. Tony Brooks, former Army Ranger, joins the show to talk about his new book "Leave No Man Behind: The Untold Story of the Rangers' Unrelenting Search for Marcus Luttrell, the Navy SEAL Lone Survivor in Afghanistan."