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Senator Tom Clonan joins Eamon to talk about about the blowing up of the Nova Kakhovka dam flooding the Kherson region and the Dnipro Delta, and the 50,000 NATO trained and equipped Ukrainian troops take on a new the new offensive to drive Putin's army out of Ukraine. Senator Tom Clonan is an author, a military analyst and a retired Irish ArmyCaptain.Recorded on Tuesday 6th June 2023. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/the-stand-with-eamon-dunphy. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Jamie Cochran is the Chief Operating Officer at Echelon Front. Echelon Front is the Leadership Consultancy created by ex-Navy SEALs Jocko Willink and Leif Babin.Jamie and I discuss how she became Echelon Front's first employee, to being named Chief Operating Officer that oversees all EF's operations, to what it's like being up on stage with ex-NAVY SEALs teaching leadership principles learned in combat and how she makes it all happen while being a mom to three kids. Jamie and I speak to why "Leadership is the Solution" to all our problems, the principles of Extreme Ownership, and why women make some of the best leaders.We also talk about Jamie's Jiu Jitsu journey and what it feels like being promoted to Blue Belt in BJJ.Connect with Jamie Cochran, Echelon Front COO:Website: EchelonFront.comBook: Extreme Ownership (By Jocko Willink & Leif Babin)Podcast: Episode #388 - Beyond the Battlefield w/ Jamie CochranWebsite:...
What's Your Fighting Style? Conflict is a normal and healthy aspect of any relationship. So we don't have to be afraid of it anymore. We don't have to run away from conflict. We don't have to pretend that it's not there. We don't have to try to dress it up as something else. It is what it is. However, conflict is not fighting. When we “fight,” we all have a fighting style that's our go-to approach to handling conflict. When I'm saying fighting for the sake of this episode, I'm not talking about “throwing blows.” I'm talking about how you deal with conflict. When something arises in your relationship and you disagree with your partner, you're having conflict, that conflict then turns into more of just a disagreement, but you're almost at a stalemate. How do you handle that? What is your fighting style? Three Fighting Styles The three specific styles are as follows: attack-attack, attack-defend, and silent-silent. In the attack-attack style, both partners are on the attack and cannot hear each other, making it impossible to solve problems and leading to a destructive cycle. In the attack-defend style, one partner is attacking and the other is defending themselves, creating a tit-for-tat dynamic that is not productive in resolving the underlying issues. In the silent-silent style, both partners avoid confrontation altogether and allow issues to fester and grow. Why Does Love Feel Like a Battlefield? You are never going to find the solution to whatever the situation is because if you're spending so much time attacking one another. It's almost like you are in a battlefield. You've now become an enemy, a combatant of your partner. Years ago, singer Jordin Sparks actually wrote a song called Battlefield. Here are some of the lyrics of this song . . . See if you can relate. Why does love always feel like a battlefield, a battlefield, a battlefield? You know that song so this is how it goes. Okay. Don't try to explain your mind I know what's happening here One minute it's love and suddenly it's like, love is a battlefield. One word turns into a war. Why is it that the smallest things tear us down? My world's nothing when you're gone. I'm out here without a shield. Can't go back now. I never meant to start a war. You know I never want to hurt you. Don't even know what we're fighting for. Why does love always feel like a battlefield? Listen to Battlefield here Why does love always feel like a battlefield in your relationship? You feel like there is nothing that you do, nothing that you say is going to make a difference because your spouse is looking at you as the enemy. Or, you see your partner as the enemy. Break Free From Fighting To break out of these fighting styles, one person in the relationship must wave the white flag and prioritize the relationship over being right. Remember, your partner is not the problem; the problem is the problem. You are on the same team! By taking a step back and examining the real issue, couples can work together to find a solution. In order to move forward from fighting, couples must reframe the way they approach conflict. Instead of seeing it as a competition or an opportunity to prove who is right, couples should view it as a chance to grow and strengthen their relationship. If necessary, couples should take a “time-out” during particularly heated moments to allow both parties to cool down and come back to the conversation from a calmer and more rational place. Links Mentioned in this Episode: Episode 87: The Silent Treatment vs Arguing Register for the upcoming Thrive Wives workshop SUBSCRIBE | SHARE | RATE | COMMENT To ensure you never miss an episode, be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Spotify, Stitcher, iHeart Radio, or wherever you listen to podcasts. Remember, sharing is caring! So, share these episodes with your friends and family via email or social media.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dakar's time of reckoning. Following days of violent protests triggered by the sentencing of opposition leader Ousmane Sonko, the city counts its victims. Also in the pod: Does ChatGPT speak your language? We speak to the people expanding the language capabilities of machine learning systems. And we discuss ‘brain drain' from the continent with two Ghanaian nurses who are currently working in the UK
This week we invite a local musician who has an exciting track record in the industry. His name is TRVR? and he hails from Fort Worth. At the age of 16 he was on American Idol and made it to the top 24, he continued his music career and now makes a full-time living playing music. In this episode, we chat about some Tears of the Kingdom and how games truly can be an artistic medium. We also discuss music in games, some of TRVR's favorite indie games and much more! His new single "Better Off Alone" is an awesome song for the summer, stay tuned for the end of the podcast to hear the song and make sure you follow him on YouTube and his Instagram! We review the early access game Starship Troopers: Extermination. This game is great, we've had a blast taking down bugs with up to 15 other players in our squads. It hits the feeling of the movies well. The content is a bit light, but it's got a great foundation!We also dig into our favorite reveals from the Playstation Showcase and the Meta Quest showcase. There were a lot of new games revealed, although it was not as exciting as we had hoped...especially on the Playstation front.Lastly, is Battlefield 2042 finally good? Yes, yes it is. Brett is back into it and he wants you to do the same. It has come a long way since release and the game is incredibly fun to play now. The map designs are great, the weapons are plentiful and the Battlefield moments are epic. It's time now more than ever to pick this game up and join us on the battlefield! Show Notes:1:30 - Housekeeping2:44 - TRVR? Interview on Tears of the Kingdom, Music in Gaming and More1:01:06 - Starship Troopers: Extermination Review1:28:07 - Playstation Showcase Reactions2:19:31 - Meta Quest Showcase Reactions2:26:24 - Why You Should Return to Battlefield 20422:43:57 - Upcoming Video Game ReleasesCheck out TRVR's new single "Better Off Alone" on Spotify.Become a part of the conversation! If you donate $1 or more on Patreon you can get exclusive access to the Patreon-only chat and channels on the server.Visit our website to find our social channels, check past podcasts and donate to the show.Subscribe to our YouTube channel to see all of our latest videos as they drop.Credits:"Blue Groove Deluxe" by BlueFoxMusic on audiojungle.netWoman Announcer - Ariana Guerra; Actress"Wisdom" by Super Nostalgia 64
Witness to Yesterday (The Champlain Society Podcast on Canadian History)
In this podcast episode, Larry Ostola talks to Norman Poser about his book From the Battlefield to the Stage: The Many Lives of General John Burgoyne, published by McGill-Queens University Press in 2022. In From the Battlefield to the Stage, Norman Poser provides a rounded biography, covering not only the Saratoga campaign of 1777, but also elements of Burgoyne's eventful life that have never been adequately explored. Burgoyne was a socialite, welcome in London's fashionable drawing rooms, a high-stakes gambler in its elite clubs, and a playwright whose social comedies were successfully performed on the London stage. Poser paints a vivid portrait of General John Burgoyne, remembering him not only for his role in one of Britain's worst military disasters but also as a brave, talented, humane man. Norman Poser is a retired law professor who enjoyed a distinguished career at the Brooklyn Law School in New York. Prior to that, he served as Assistant Secretary of the United States Securities and Exchange Commission. He's the author of several books on eighteenth-century history, including, Lord Mansfield: Justice in the Age of Reason, published by McGill-Queen's University Press in 2015, and The Birth of Modern Theatre: Rivalry, Riots, and Romance in the Age of Garrick, published by Routledge in 2018. This podcast was produced by Jessica Schmidt. Image Credit: Empire Spring, Saratoga, Boston Public Library If you like our work, please consider supporting it: bit.ly/support_WTY. Your support contributes to the Champlain Society's mission of opening new windows to directly explore and experience Canada's past.
Wars are expensive. And Russia's invasion of Ukraine has had an impact on the economies of both countries.NPR's Julian Hayda, in Kyiv, reports that international assistance is allowing Ukraine to stabilize its economy and avoid collapse.The Russian economy seems to have remained resilient in the face of sanctions and other trade and financial restrictions. But NPR's Stacey Vanek Smith reports on how that could be changing.In participating regions, you'll also hear a local news segment to help you make sense of what's going on in your community.Email us at email@example.com.
IN THE NEWS:Mobilized and Politicized: Governor Glenn Youngkin is sending 100 National Guard troops to the southern border in Texas next month, a move that will cost milions every month, and which critics say is politically motivated.The Budget Standoff Continues: Everyone involved in the negotiatons for Virginia's budget amendment is waiting for the June 20th primary deadline to pass...and with many state reps involved in active primary fights, the Democrats reluctant to give Youngkin a win, and both parties hoping for a shake-up that'll bring the next General Assembly in their favor, it's unlikely we'll see a deal in the next few weeks at all.The War of Wireless Aggression: The Prince William County Board of Supervisors is considering a huge data center next door to the Manassas Battlefield, a proposal that is raising alarm among people who are concerned about urbanization of rural land. Others say data centers bring in huge revenue for local governments.At the Watercooler:- The Mountain Valley Pipeline may well move be moving forward after all--eminent domain and all- Six Virginia newspapers are moving from a daily model to three days a weekTRIVIA: What is Virginia's state liquor? Learn more at http://linktr.ee/JacklegMediaSponsored by the Substance Abuse and Addiction Recovery Alliance of Virginia
Tom Straatman (Community Manager) is joined by Alexander Formoso (Game Designer), and Jaime de la Puente Boal (Game Designer) to discuss everything that's new in Season 5: New Dawn.01:53 - Vault Weapon improvements03:50 - Dozer and Irish changes05:32 - Squad Management, Squad Orders05:57 - Reworking Vehicle loadouts06:55 - Season 5 Battle Pass07:23 - New map: Reclaimed12:51 - New weapons: XCE Barm GEW-46, BFP.50 16:31 - Weapon balance changes22:43 - New gadgets: Spring Grenade, Anti-Tank Grenade, Mini Grenade28:38 - Map rework: Hourglass 29:28 - Cookie of the weekContact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or @Battlefield on Twitter and Instagram using #InsideBattlefield.www.battlefield.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The ECHO Cast | A The Division 2 Podcast
This week we talk about Diablo IV's early access reception, Summer Games Fest possibly being lackluster, Xbox teasing Fable, Naughty Dog feeling live service pain, STALKER 2 leaks, wondering if 2023 will be the “best” year in gaming, The Division 2's Year 5 coming soon, Battlefield 2042's Season 5 incoming, Dragon Age Dreadwolf being teased, Microsoft preparing to circumvent the UK, content updates, and much more. Be sure to check out this link for ways to follow my socials, get involved in the Discord, support the the content and check out my other content: https://linktr.ee/baundiesel
AP correspondent Karen Chammas reports on China Ukraine.
#58: In this episode of Settlement Nation I sit down with Jason Van Camp, a decorated Green Beret, Ranger and West Point graduate, turned successful entrepreneur and high performance coach. In Part 2 of this multi-part series, Jason shares more battlefield lessons from his book "Deliberate Discomfort", demonstrating how anyone can develop the warrior mindset and do more with their life. We discuss why you need to be taking small doses of 'venom' everyday, how looking up under pressure is so critical, the keys to developing inner resilience, actively choosing discomfort and how you can start living with relentless resolve! A not to be missed episode for trial lawyers, business owners and anyone looking to improve their mental toughness.***Deliberate Discomfort: https://amzn.to/3dvIbIEMission Six Zero: https://www.missionsixzero.comWarrior Rising: https://www.warriorrising.org/
I think we can all agree that the workplace can sometimes feel like a battlefield. Jason Blackwell is a former British Royal Navy Commando turned executive coach who uses the skills he learned in the armed forces to help people become better leaders and managers. This is especially important for women who are often not encouraged to become leaders in the workplace.Show Notes:Buy Jason's book: Battle To The TopProduction by Peoples Media Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Today's story spans thousands of years across the globe. Our protagonists make decisions that determine the lives of thousands, wield unimaginable powers of destruction, decide the fate of nations, even as they are blind, paralyzed, shackled…by the chains of command. Let's look through the eyes of four generals from the ancient world to the modern day.Sources:https://www.unknownsoldierspodcast.com/post/unknown-soldiers-podcast-episode-46-the-chains-of-command-sourcesAudible Recommendation: https://www.audible.com/pd/Napoleon-Audiobook/B00OSJZ7BQ?action_code=ASSGB149080119000H&share_location=pdpMusic:Blood Eagle by Alexander Nakarada | https://www.serpentsoundstudios.com Music promoted by https://www.chosic.com/free-music/all/Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Spirit Of The Dream by Keys of Moon | https://soundcloud.com/keysofmoon Music promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.comCreative Commons / Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Battlefield by Alexander Nakarada | https://www.serpentsoundstudios.com Music promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.comCreative Commons / Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/An Epic Story by MaxKoMusic | https://maxkomusic.com/ Music promoted by https://www.chosic.com/free-music/all/Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-SA 3.0)https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/
Featuring: Michael "Boston" Hannon, Paul “Moonpir” Smith, and Alexander “TheNimp” Jolly Running Time: 1:58:03 Music by MusiM: Homepage | Bandcamp Livestream Archive: YouTube This week we chat about Ghostwire Tokyo, Marvel Snap, Star Wars: Jedi Survivor, Elite Dangerous, Star Citizen, Battlefield V, Battlefield 1, The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, Theatrhythm: Final Bar Line, Destiny 2. PlayStation Showcase 2023 Become a patron of TVGP for just a few dollars a month at E1M1's Patreon Page! Get two month early access to Critical Misses, uncensored outtakes, and much more for just $5/month!
In this episode, Stefan Aguirre Quiroga (@railok) of the University of Gothenburg discusses his book, White Mythic Space. It's a study of community responses to racial diversity in Battlefield 1, but it has important implications for the board game hobby. Beyond Solitaire is proudly sponsored by Central Michigan University's Center for Learning Through Games and Simulations, where learning can be both playful and compelling. Check them out here: https://www.cmich.edu/colleges/class/Centers/CLGS/Pages/default.aspxCheck out CMU's game offerings here: https://cmichpress.com/shop/Sign up for an online game design class here: https://www.cmich.edu/academics/colleges/liberal-arts-social-sciences/centers-institutes/center-for-learning-through-games-and-simulations/certificate-in-applied-game-designAll episodes of my podcast are available here: https://beyondsolitaire.buzzsprout.com/Enjoy my work? Consider supporting me on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/beyondsolitaire or getting me a "coffee" on Ko-fi! https://ko-fi.com/beyondsolitaireContact Me: Email: beyondsolitaire at gmail.comTwitter: @beyondsolitaireInstagram: @beyondsolitaireFacebook: www.facebook.com/beyondsolitaireWebsite: www.beyondsolitaire.net
Esto es HistoCast. No es Esparta pero casi. La elección de un campo de batalla no suele obedecer al azar, tampoco los situados en territorio español. Charlan sobre algunos de ellos @DeividNagan y @goyix_salduero.Secciones Historia: - Edad Antigua - 20:38 - Edad Media - 54:31 - Edad Moderna - 1:57:27 - Edad Contemporánea - 2:52:34 - Bibliografía - 3:31:47
The battlefield was full of nightmares during the harrowing years of WW1. Many had no idea if their lungs would draw breath in the next hour. As we often hear, the horrors experiened on the Western Front were unlike any anyone should have to ever experience, but there was one particular battle that shook the participants to their very cores. On the other side of Europe, right on the edge of the Eastern Front, the Germans were busy expanding their territory, but were met with a slight set back. The enemies they were encountering were rather difficult to kill. When one man fell, they seemed to rise again, taking up arms once more against the Imperial German Army. The Attack of the Dead Men, became notorious for defining just how gruesome and horrific war can truly be... Craving more episodes? Keep up to date by following the podcast on Spotify, iTunes, or wherever you may be listening to the show! Don't forget to give the podcast a 5 star review! Looking for more Moonlight Lore? Check out the website: MoonlightLore.com ____________________ Wanting to show your support & get awesome new episodes? Donate to the Patreon: Moonlight Patreon ____________________ Chekc out the show on Instagram to see extra content: Moonlight Instagram ____________________ Have a question? Want to get in contact? Email me at: Moonlightlorepodcast@gmail.com Music Credits go to: Kevin MacLeod: https://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/music.html Purple Planet Music: https://www.purple-planet.com
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Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow 2/2: #Ukraine: Shaping the battlefield. Colonel Jeff McCausland , USA (retired) @mccauslj @CBSNews @dickinsoncop https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/pentagon-leaders-to-host-ukraine-contact-group-meeting-following-f-16-announcement/ar-AA1bE2Lg
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Crypto's radical architects are dismantling digital dogmas. Together with Neel Somani, Leonard Dorlochter, and Paul Sztorc, we'll be navigating the chaos of the cryptoverse, revealing game-changing L2 solutions, and exposing the tech that could terminate the reign of altcoins. Brace yourself for a thrilling ride into the underbelly of the blockchain world! Are you ready to confront the new world of Web3? Charlie Shrem brings you face to face with the digital daredevils of Eclipse, peaq, and LayerTwo Labs. Join us as we dissect the future of the internet, unravel the Economy of Things, and expose the disruptive tech that's taking blockchain to the next level. 00:04:43 Build layer one blockchain. 00:05:57 Multi-chain future necessary. 00:13:55 Quality of applications matters. 00:17:30 Crypto speculation not sustainable. 00:19:09 Crypto can bootstrap network effects. 00:27:10 The future belongs to us. 00:33:13 Blockchain infrastructure ready in 2023 00:37:27 Decentralize money-making opportunities. 00:43:29 Manmade exacerbates natural problems. 00:44:36 Incentivize people to help combat outbreaks. 00:50:33 Bitcoin is key for network effects. 00:54:26 Scaling is key to success. 01:03:37 Never update Bitcoin software. 01:05:06 Side chains for diverse needs. 01:13:45 Crypto innovation leads to markets. 01:14:01 Question the status quo.
Wylie McGraw is a former Star Pitcher, Competitive Bull Rider, and 3-Tour Combat Veteran. It was through those intense experiences that he discovered his crazy superpower of being able to expose blind spots, erupt & eradicate stress, and fully unleash the untapped potential of high achievers. He's the founder of Radical Performance Acceleration and for well over a decade now he's been behind-the-scenes doing life-altering work with powerful CEOs, Entrepreneurs, Leaders, and Public Figures accelerating their performance both personally and professionally. His work is the proverbial “Navy SEAL Training” equivalent to high-performance and leadership development – pushing even the elite beyond their limits so they not only hit their peak but sustain it. Wylie's formal title is Performance Accelerator. He's been named a “secret weapon” by some of the most influential leaders across industries from Wall St., Hollywood, Professional Sports, Fortune 500 companies, Personal Development, and everything in between. His work is about giving an elite edge to high achieving individuals while ending their cycle of stress, sacrifice, and suffering that's unfortunately associated when reaching their levels of accomplishment and success. When Wylie's not traveling the country to meet his clients, this family man enjoys skydiving, mountain top sunsets, and sipping on an occasional 18-year-old single malt scotch while pondering the philosophies of life, the cosmos, and beyond. Find out more about Wylie at: Wylie's Website: https://www.wyliemcgraw.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/wyliemcgraw/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/WylieMcGraw YT Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5eB02vV_S78ryDCra7BnZw Check out our YouTube Channel:Jeremyryanslatebiz See the Show Notes:https://www.jeremyryanslate.com/1091 You may watch the FULL Video Episode also via my Rumble channel: https://rumble.com/c/JeremyRyanSlate
Featuring: Michael "Boston" Hannon, Paul “Moonpir” Smith, and Alexander “TheNimp” Jolly Running Time: 1:32:58 Music by MusiM: Homepage | Bandcamp Livestream Archive: YouTube This week we chat about Marvel Snap, Star Wars Jedi Survivor, Ghostwire Tokyo, Battlefield 2042, Diablo 3, The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. The Next Mortal Kombat Game Announced Overwatch 2 Scrapping Original PvE Plans Nicholas Cage Will be in Dead By Daylight Become a patron of TVGP for just a few dollars a month at E1M1's Patreon Page! Get two month early access to Critical Misses, uncensored outtakes, and much more for just $5/month!
The boys lace up their cleats, grab their bats, and take their positions on the diamond, facing up against a team up brutal, sadistic killers! To kill time before being killed, we discuss Yoda in right field, the mystery of noodles, comedy farts, and our cyborg energy! Will we survive the craziest game of baseball to ever be played?! Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ocyUzoaoVfQIMDB: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0384832/Leave us a 30 second voicemail and if we like it we'll play it on the show: (949) 4-STABBY (949-478-2229)Like a book club but for dissecting obscure thriller, exploitation, and horror movies. Next movie announced every Wednesday. New episodes every Monday. Follow us on the things:Linktree: https://www.linktr.ee/stabbystabbyInstagram: @stabbypod https://www.instagram.com/stabbypod/Letterboxd: https://boxd.it/dp1ACGet the shirt: https://www.big-other.com/shop/p/stabby-stabby-podcast-tee
Tom Straatman (Community Manager) is joined by Ali Kaporchali (Producer), Ross Darvill (Design Director) and Jim Fagerlund (Game Designer) to discuss how we're reworking the loadouts for all vehicles in Season 5, alongside further vehicle Quality of Life changes.00:24 - Intro, Ali01:07 - Vehicle loadout rework overview05:20 - Intro, Jim and Ross06:00 - Vehicle loadout rework details21:48 - Jet improvements26:07 - Bolte and LATV4 vehicle changes29:46 - Stationary Anti-Air31:38 - Cookie of the weekContact us at email@example.com, or @Battlefield on Twitter and Instagram using #InsideBattlefield.www.battlefield.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The Ancient Art of Modern Warfare
Why do we study old battles? Historic examples of strategy help us to understand enduring lessons about why nations win or don't win wars. But historic battles and campaigns were fought using weapons, tactics, and other technology that have little relevance to modern warfare. What is the value in studying them and if we should, then how should we go about it? This episode describes one technique: the Battlefield Staff Ride. The views in these podcasts are my own and do not necessarily represent the views of the Department of Defense or any other organization I have been associated with. Music: Liszt, Les Preludes, perfomed by the USMC Band. Public Domain
In honor of #AAPI #heritage month, I was invited to share my story with the #AsianAmerican audiences living in NY + LA. But perhaps, this story will resonate with you as well :) One of the first books my father gave me was Adventures of Alice in Wonderland. I was 5 at the time, going to school in England, and identifying very much with Alice's adventures and quest to know herself, who am I? The culture gap is like this rabbit hole that drops you down a crazy chasm to a battlefield of identities and values that are often in conflict with one another. This has been, and remains where I live my life. 我爸爸給我的第一本故事書是《愛麗絲漫遊奇境記》。我當時5歲, 在英國上學, 我對愛麗絲掉進了兔子洞之後不斷地探險，同時又不斷地追問“我是誰”，這種心情非常理解。文化鴻溝 - The culture gap - 就像這個兔子洞，掉進去了才意識到這不僅僅是一個 gap，這是一個非常瘋狂的一個深淵，然後他會把你 drop 到一個身份和價值觀會經常互相衝突的這麼一個戰場。 This is where I grew up. 這是我長大的地方。 The first time I was asked to write my story was a Grade 5 writing competition. I was handpicked by our Chinese language teacher to enter the competition as the class representative, which came as a shock, because up until that point, Mandarin was my weakest subject. Out of all the given options, the only topic I could comfortably write about - without being wrong - was “My Story”. 我第一次分享我的故事是在小學五年級的時候, 當時是作文比賽。我是被語文老師點名去的, 這對我來說就已經是個很大的big deal，因為當時語文課是我最弱的一門課，所以在所有列出來的題目當中，我唯一能夠寫的主題是“我的故事”。因為無論我寫的是什麼, 應該都錯不了。 What kind of a story would an 11 year old have? You might ask. I was the only Chinese student (out of almost 2000) who had joined the school from being abroad - I had failed the entrance exams (math and Chinese), so I was placed into second grade instead of third, where I had come from. Where I was from, I was just beginning to study French and the violin, subjects which did not exist in the Chinese school. Everyone thought I was weird - from my clothes to my (non-metal) pencil case. There were those who were curious about me - and they welcomed me, surrounding my desk (to look at my foreign objects and… me, the foreign object), whenever there was a class break. Then, there are the ones who called me, “traitor”, because I had come from England. 或許你會感覺，一個11歲的孩子會有什麼樣的故事？ Fair enough. 我當時是學校裡唯一一個從國外回到中國的中國孩子。入學考試沒有及格，所以我從三年級降到了二年級。當時身邊的所有人都覺得我很奇怪。從我穿的衣服到我裝文具的筆袋。有對我好奇、歡迎我的同學，也有叫我叛徒的，因為我當時是從英國回去的。 My mother told me that my teacher told her that I spoke incredibly slowly and read Chinese like a foreigner. I couldn't tell, but what I do remember is that for a long time, I pronounced music as “yin le” instead of “yin yue”, because my dance teacher's name was “le le”, the same characters, and I had no idea that characters could look the same but be pronounced differently - this concept was non-existent in the English world that conditioned my past years. 當時老師跟我家長說，我讀課文跟外國人一樣，然後我的語速也非常慢。我是沒有感覺到，我自己沒有意識到，但是我記得我一直都非常肯定地把音樂讀成音 LE，因為我小時候有一個跳舞老師，我管她叫 “樂樂姐姐”，她的樂字就是音樂的樂字。因為我認識，我就覺得這是念 LE，因為在英文裡，多音字這個概念是不存在的。 Even as an 11 year old, I noticed sharp differences between the cultures, expectations, expressions, and therefore difficulties, misunderstandings, and moments of unintended humor, in communications. All of which I recorded on the pages of the writing competition. When the bell rang, I was beyond relieved. I was completely stunned when my laundry list of cultural misadventures ended up winning first prize. I was asked to read the piece out loud over the school PA system. That was the first moment I was made aware that by simply sharing my experiences - what I saw, what I heard, I was already translating culture and showing people - even, or rather, especially Chinese adults, “the big people”, the very real things they couldn't have understood, fathomed, or imagined to be possible before. 儘管我當時只有11 歲，我已經開始察覺和體驗到了文化與文化之間的這種巨大的差別， 在溝通上造成的種種障礙、困難、鬧出的笑話、和誤解，我把一切都寫在了作文競賽的紙上。響鈴的時候, 如釋重負。萬萬沒有想到我寫的作文會得一等獎。在獲獎之後，學校要求我通過學校的廣播系統來根全校來分享這篇作文。那是我第一次意識到，就是從非常簡單的分享一些非常真實的所見所聞，我已經在 translate culture, 翻譯文化, 而且更重要的就是讓我意識到我的這些故事能夠讓大人們看到一些他們之前設想不到，想像不出來，或者是覺得不可能的一些事情。但是這都是非常真的、另外一種生活方式。 #西方生活 #西方文化 #ThirdCultureKid #文化鸿沟 #第三文化
AP correspondent Karen Chammas reports on G7 Summit Biden Ukraine.
Who Back When | A Doctor Who Podcast
Inter-dimensional Arthurian warfare, helicopter ear sanitation and a demon's wet mouth
"Captain Kathryn, reporting for duty."
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The Battlefield Show - The Premiere Battlefield 2042 Podcast
There is some big time drama in the Battlefield 2042 community, and Sage and Sammy are here to break it down for you! ───────── ➤ Twitter: https://twitter.com/UplinkPodcast Catch up with us on our socials! We would love to hear what you have to say! ➤ Discord: https://www.discord.gg/qNBxYsK ➤ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/uplinkpodcast/ ➤ Sammy: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfrvWp0LzoUvArbBh7YI30Q Consider also supporting us using Patreon, where you will receive some exclusive benefits! ➤ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/UplinkPodcast ➤ (Alternatively) PayPal: https://www.paypal.me/TyeDyeSheep ───────── We would highly appreciate any constructive feedback or review from you! Let us know in the comment section below, or on any of our socials! Our listeners are our priority, so we want to make the best content we possibly can! Please consider sharing the podcast with your family, friends, and followers. It would be highly appreciated! ❤️ See you on the Battlefield! ───────── For any business inquiries, please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Freaky Deaky | Paranormal & The Unexplained
A farmer walking to work in 1993 was shocked to see his wife sitting on a rock by the side of the road with their children standing behind her. Each greeted him scornfully. The man had lost his family in 1968 during the Vietnam War. On this episode we dive into a grab bag paranormal military stories, and war time hauntings. We discuss unexplained occurrences on the battlefield along with spooky tales from time served on various Military bases around the world. ——— TIME STAMPS: The Farmer's Family - 00:00 Theme Music - 00:41 Leave Us a Voicemail 801-997-0051 - 02:02 Ghost Girl of Ramadi, Iraq - 05:37 Scott Gets Scared by his own Infrasound - 06:20 Ghost Girl of Ramadi, Iraq Resumes - 07:27 Bro Survived 7 Tanks - 12:06 There's Always a Little Girl Laughing Story - 14:20 Christian Cancels this Story - 16:20 Helicopter Pilot Relives Vietnam War - 17:04 Christian Talks about The Twilight Zone Again - 18:49 Ghost in The Barracks - 20:24 Night Shift in Japan - 23:45 Monster of the Mountains & A Mental Breakdown - 27:00 13th Floors, Christian Is Dan Rather & Loco Paranormal- 32:04 The Octopus Tunnel Deity of Vietnam - 36:05 Reanimated Bullet Proof Zombie Tree Phantoms - 51:04 Episode Wind-Down - 52:52 ------ If you're enjoying the show, please take a second to leave us a 5-Star Review and consider sharing the show with your friends and family! It's the single best way to help us move up the charts and beat those pesky algorithms. Have You Ever Experienced Something Paranormal? We want to hear your story! Use the email below to submit paranormal experiences, episode suggestions, or general feedback on ways we can improve the quality of the show: email@example.com Official TFD Merch: TFD Merch Subscribe to The Freaky Deaky on YouTube and Follow Us on Social Media For Photos, Video Shorts & Behind The Scenes Looks From Each Episode: YouTube: https://bit.ly/3goj7SP Instagram: https://bit.ly/2HOdleo Facebook: https://bit.ly/3ebSde6 TikTok: https://bit.ly/35lNOlu Website: The Freaky Deaky Podcast
Communism Exposed:East and West
By Gregory Copley,The Epoch Times
On this episode, join the OG trio of Ed, Dennis, and Kate as we discuss the next batch of Gundam Wing episodes, 26-30. That's right folks, we're back in the After Colony era. The downside for this batch (or upside in the shorter podcast length) is that there are two recap episode covering the first half of the series. We discuss things like Heero's newly awakened Newtype powers, how often the Wing Gundam is sunk into the ocean, Sally & Noin's chemistry, how fast can a kingdom be rebuilt, and the introduction to Dorothy Catalonia. 0:00:00 Intro & Watchlist 0:22:26 Some Anime News 0:39:49 E26 - The Eternal Flame of the Shooting Stars 0:56:07 E27 & E28 Recap Episodes 1:05:14 E29 - The Heroine of the Battlefield 1:25:59 E30 - The Reunion With Relena 1:43:40 Voice, Final Thoughts, & Kanpai Support the show by either donating to our Ko-Fi link below, or by purchasing a copy of Gundam Wing Part 2 on Blu-ray through our Amazon affiliate link: https://amzn.to/42JHHDm Dennis: @ichnob | Ed: @ippennokuinashi | Kate: @TaikoChan Website | Email | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | RSS | Ko-Fi
The 1 must be for the war, ‘cause this is hardly the first Battlefield. The Xbox Game Pass “Surprise Me” button is on a roll and has our hosts playing another first-person shooter this episode. Instead of a fictious depiction of WWII, however, this game developed by DICE focuses on a far more realistic version of the first world war. With a multitude of stories strung together into an anthology of sorts, this game's campaign is decidedly different than most. Beyond that, the game also hosts a multitude of multiplayer modes, a steady staple of the series. With just one hour allowed for the experience, how will our hosts elect to spend their time? Join them as they discuss their experiences and discover if this is a battlefield they will return to after their mandated tour concludes. What do you think? Let us know! Hit us up on Twitter at https://twitter.com/tc1h1d Drop us an email at tc.1h1d(at)outlook[dot]com Follow us on Goodpods @1h1d Check out our fancy site: https://quitthebuild.com/1h1d Watch the video: https://www.youtube.com/c/1hour1decision1h1d Thanks for taking this ride with us :-) And thanks to our sponsor, CDKeys! Get up to 90% off best selling video games! Check it out: https://cdkeys.pxf.io/1H1D --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/1-hour-1-decision/message
Gaming hosts Josh and Paul and Ryan are bringing you all the weekly gaming news you need in another can't miss episode of This Week in Gaming. Tears of the Kingdom released to massive fanfare, Xbox CEO admits they may be losing the console war, Hollowknight: Silksong delayed, EA tries to hype next Battlefield, and there's a slew of fighting game news as Street Fighter 6 announces their beta, Tekken 8 releases more footage and Mortal Kombat is getting rebooted (again?). Don't miss the best video game news of the week from your favorite video games podcast! Video games covered this week: Tears of the Kingdom Hollowknight: Silksong Street Fighter 6 Tekken 8 Mortal Kombat Thanks to our LEGENDARY supporters: Skippy, Kiitaclyzm, Gideon Is Lit, Toro, Scrump, Gaius, Remi, MarbleMadness, Dr. Catatonic, Blackstar (DQ), Glapsuidir, Phelps, Michele B, Redletter, Nevo, Waynerman, TFolls, AceofShame, Jake, RangerMiller, and Ad Connect with the show: Support us on Patreon: patreon.com/multiplayerpodcast Join our Gaming Discord: https://discord.gg/Dsx2rgEEbz Follow us on Instagram: instagram.com/multiplayerpod/ Follow us on Twitter: twitter.com/MultiplayerPod Subscribe to us on YouTube: youtube.com/channel/UCU12YOMnAQwqFZEdfXv9c3Q Visit us on the web: multiplayerpodcast.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this week's Team Never Quit Podcast, Marcus brings to the table Special Forces Officer Bryan Ray, who has both a lengthy, positive military career as well as a “dark side” military experience that shook him to his core. Bryan & Marcus take a deep dive into Bryan's experiences which include serving in the war in Afghanistan and running the Mountain Warfare School in Colorado. It took a friend's similar mental struggles and professional help to finally get past the emotional impact of his horrific experience. His healing journey includes working with a health and wellness company – Health Via Modern Nutrition (HVMN) – who developed a ketone supplement, Keytone IQ, which is proven to improve cognitive and physical performance to soldiers. Bryan brings hope to veterans who have kept their mental struggles to themselves, and reveals the benefits of getting help without embarrassment or shame. In this episode you will hear: • One of the most rewarding parts of war is seeing the culture of the people who live there. • People have it a lot harder than we do in this country. • Even in places torn by war, you can still be happy with what minimal things you have. • I'm finding myself driving around in a Toyota Corolla - man jammies on, with a freaking gun and a backpack, hoping I don't get killed by a U.S. Army guy. • [War] is like taking an Oxford grad, and taking him to the deepest swamp in Louisiana and having a conversation. That was what my formal Arabic training was like. • I've now been to two combat zones where our President is on TV saying we have now stopped and all combat troops are going home - right before we go out to do a hit. • Have I seen an MRack Turbo turned into a jet for a hot tub? Yes, I have. • Mountain shit is stressful. • [With Keytone IQ] You can dual fuel now. You can take the most efficient fuel which is ketones and you can also have carbs on board for when you need it. So you get the mental clarity - all the stuff you need from the keytones, and you don't have to have a restrictive diet. • [It's a] Super application for the ground guys. • I want people to try it [Keytone IQ]. I want people to say it's the real deal. • You only buy Oakley's for so long before they show up in the supply room. • The man behind the weapons systems is always gonna be more important, and the more effective he is, the better. • Stop wasting money on shit that works a little bit and phases out immediately and invest a tenth of that into the man – make a better soldier. • There's a lot more guys that have [mental] issues than are willing to say they have issues. • I had an event in Afghanistan that challenged me morally. I was directly responsible for the deaths of young children. Of all the things I've done overseas – that was really rough. • It wasn't until somebody I trusted that told me they were feeling what I was feeling that I was willing to go get help. Links: Partner link: https://hvmn.com/TNQ 20% OFF code: TNQ
Russian journalist Dmitry Elovsky talks to Eamon about Putin's War in Ukraine. Dmitry Elovsky is Chief Editor for the YouTube channel Khodorkovsky.live and since the war began has been based in Lithuania.Recorded on Monday 15th May 2023. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/the-stand-with-eamon-dunphy. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The Objective: A Battlefield podcast
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WarDocs - The Military Medicine Podcast
Military Medicine & WarDocs present: "A Ready Medical Force Special Collection" MILMED-D-22-00478R1: “An Analysis of Head and Neck Surgical Workload During Recent Combat Operations from 2002-2016” EPISODE SUMMARY Discover the critical insights from Dr. Caryn Stern and CDR Shane Jensen, MD on the prevalence of head and neck trauma cases managed by deployed surgeons during recent conflicts. This episode dives into their Military Medicine paper, which analyzes head and neck surgical workload at forward MTF's spanning 2 decades, and the importance of their findings for our military healthcare teams. Learn how this valuable information can be used to improve training and skill sustainment initiatives for future operations. We discuss the essential knowledge and skills that general surgeons need to have when deploying, such as those identified in the Individual Critical Task List (ICTL) and the Knowledge Skills and Abilities (KSA) project. We stress the importance of having an airway plan for facial fractures, securing an airway for mid-phase instability, and using external fixation for most fractures. We also explore what medics can be trained to do in head and neck injuries requiring a tracheostomy or lateral canthotomy, and the goal of getting life-saving treatment within an hour. Lastly, we examine the need for specialized teams of head and neck surgeons and the equipment they require to provide comprehensive support to Role 3 Military Treatment Facilities. We discuss the challenges of providing this specialized care, including the need for rapid telehealth support and feedback to those at Roles 1 and 2 MTFs. Don't miss this fascinating episode as we analyze the next steps needed to improve the training and equipping of units for managing head and neck trauma, and the importance of data collection and documentation in making informed decisions. EPISODE CHAPTERS (0:00:01) – Trauma Data Collection in Recent Conflicts (0:13:34) - Combat Medical Procedures and Training (0:19:18) - Head & Neck Trauma Care in Combat (0:29:31) – Improving Head & Neck Trauma Care EPISODE CHAPTER SUMMARIES (0:00:01) - Trauma Data Collection in Recent Conflicts We explore the prevalence of head and neck trauma cases managed by deployed surgeons during recent conflicts and how this information can be used to improve training and skill sustainment initiatives for future operations. The authors describe how they gathered data from the Department of Defense Trauma Registry, and how they divided the procedures into five groups: dental, ophthalmologic, airway, ear, face, mandible maxilla, neck, and oral. They discuss how these injuries are prevalent in theater and the importance of their findings. (0:13:34) - Combat Medical Procedures and Training (6 Minutes) We discuss the knowledge and skills that general surgeons need to have when deploying, such as the tasks identified in the Individual Critical Task List (ICTL) and the Knowledge Skills and Abilities (KSA) project. We bring up the importance of having an airway plan for facial fractures, securing an airway for mid-phase instability, and using external fixation for most fractures. We also touch on the goal of getting life-saving treatment within an hour and explore what medics can be trained to do in head and neck injuries requiring a tracheostomy or lateral canthotomy. (0:19:18) - Head & Neck Trauma Care in Combat (10 Minutes) We look at the need for specialized teams of head and neck surgeons and the equipment they require in order to provide comprehensive support to Role 3 MTFs. We discuss the challenges of providing this specialized care, including the need for rapid telehealth support and feedback to those at Role 1 and 2 MTFs. We then focus on the importance of data collection and documentation and the impact this has on the ability of epidemiologists to access the data needed to make informed decisions. Finally, we analyze the next steps needed to improve the training and equipping of units for managing head and neck trauma. (0:29:31) - Improving Head & Neck Trauma Care We discuss the importance of medical evacuation teams and their role in providing care to injured service members. We examine the impact of recent conflicts on the availability of resources for head and neck trauma cases and how this has necessitated the use of specialized teams and equipment. We also look at the training requirements for medical evacuation teams and the need for increased coordination between different branches of the military. EPISODE KEYWORDS Head & Neck Trauma, Military Medicine, Deployed Surgeons, Individual Critical Task List, Knowledge Skills & Abilities, Airway Plan, Mid-Phase Instability, External Fixation, Tracheostomy, Specialized Teams, Telehealth Support, Data Collection, Documentation, Medical Evacuation Teams, Training Requirements, Coordination, Military Branches #Military #Medical #Podcast #WarDocs #HeadandNeckTrauma #SurgicalTeams #ICTLS #KSAs #MilitaryMedicine #Telemedicine #Training #AustereEnvironments #JointTraumaSystem #JTS Honoring the Legacy and Preserving the History of Military Medicine The WarDocs Mission is to improve military and civilian healthcare and foster patriotism by honoring the legacy, preserving the oral history, and showcasing military medicine career opportunities, experiences, and achievements. Find out more and join Team WarDocs at https://www.wardocspodcast.com/ Check our list of previous guest episodes at https://www.wardocspodcast.com/episodes Listen to the “What We Are For” Episode 47. https://bit.ly/3r87Afm WarDocs- The Military Medicine Podcast is a Non-Profit, Tax-exempt-501(c)(3) Veteran Run Organization run by volunteers. All donations are tax-deductible, and 100% of donations go to honoring and preserving the history, experiences, successes, and lessons learned in military medicine. A tax receipt will be sent to you. WARDOCS documents the experiences, contributions, and innovations of all military medicine Services, ranks, and Corps who are affectionately called "Docs" as a sign of respect, trust, and confidence on and off the battlefield, demonstrating dedication to the medical care of fellow comrades in arms. Follow Us on Social Media Twitter: @wardocspodcast Facebook: WarDocs Podcast Instagram: @wardocspodcast LinkedIn: WarDocs-The Military Medicine Podcast
Tom Straatman (Community Manager) is joined by Ali Kaporchali (Producer), Jac Carlsson (Game Designer) and Jaime de la Puente Boal (Game Designer) to discuss the Quality of Life changes coming to Dozer and Irish during Season 5.00:19 - Intro01:30 - Soldier camera movement07:55 - Irish Changes16:47 - Dozer changes27:05 - Dozer and Irish summary30:33 - Cookie of the weekContact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or @Battlefield on Twitter and Instagram using #InsideBattlefield.www.battlefield.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This week's episode is about the Valkyries, the "choosers of the slain" who bring warriors to Odin's Valhalla, to fight at the "twilight of the gods," Ragnarok. We look at the original role of the Valkyries as "demonic" feasters on the dead flesh of fallen warriors, and their transformation into beautiful shieldmaidens serving warriors in Valhalla. In particular we look at the theme of "domestication" of terrifying feminine forces, and how much that comes into play with complex female warrior/lover figures from the Otherworld.
The Battlefield Show - The Premiere Battlefield 2042 Podcast
Sage and Sammy break down their thoughts on the map rework after playing it deeply, they go over portal weapon changes and much more! ───────── ➤ Twitter: https://twitter.com/UplinkPodcast Catch up with us on our socials! We would love to hear what you have to say! ➤ Discord: https://www.discord.gg/qNBxYsK ➤ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/uplinkpodcast/ ➤ Sammy: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfrvWp0LzoUvArbBh7YI30Q Consider also supporting us using Patreon, where you will receive some exclusive benefits! ➤ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/UplinkPodcast ➤ (Alternatively) PayPal: https://www.paypal.me/TyeDyeSheep ───────── We would highly appreciate any constructive feedback or review from you! Let us know in the comment section below, or on any of our socials! Our listeners are our priority, so we want to make the best content we possibly can! Please consider sharing the podcast with your family, friends, and followers. It would be highly appreciated! ❤️ See you on the Battlefield! ───────── For any business inquiries, please email us at: email@example.com
Includes Father Ryan Browning's Meditation "Praying with Temptation"Father Browning began his meditation, "There are temptations that assail me all the time; I feel like giving up. I'm never going to escape their grip. Have you ever had thoughts such as these as you try to live out the faith? Does it seem hopeless at times to escape the grip of temptation? What I am about to suggest will help in all matter of temptations." Don't forget to sign up for our Newsletter!! JPll Renewal Center email listSubscribe to Jack's SubstackPlease consider being a Sponsor! "The future of humanity passes by way of the family"--John Paul II.Please send donations to support our work to:John Paul II Renewal Center902 S Randall RoadSTE C #296St. Charles, IL. 60174Support the show Email me with questions! Contact Jack: BWYR Podcast is a production of the John Paul ll Renewal Center or email him at firstname.lastname@example.orgPlease share this with your friends and family!For More on Prayer from Father Browning listen to podcast #45: BWYR in twelve simple steps, "Prayer", (Chapter #11, Episode 12) with Father Ryan BrowningSupport the show
WarDocs - The Military Medicine Podcast
EPISODE SUMMARY What does it take to become a Special Forces Medic, and how has combat casualty care evolved over the years? Discover the world of Special Operations Medics and Military Medicine in our captivating conversation with retired Army Master Sergeant Samuel Rodriguez. Through Sam's expertise, you'll gain insights into the rigorous training, crucial qualifications, and evolution of Special Operations medics, while understanding how the Special Operations Medical Association (SOMA) has transformed battlefield care and saved countless lives. Join us as we discuss the importance of unconventional medicine in Special Operations, from planning for extreme situations to the actual medical supplies and procedures used on the battlefield. Hear incredible stories from Sam's experiences deep in the Amazon basin and learn about the challenges and initiatives currently being tackled by SOMA. Don't miss this opportunity to see how the advancement of technology and knowledge in military medicine is enhancing the survivability and recovery of Special Operations personnel. EPISODE CHAPTERS (0:00:00) - Special Operations Medics and Military Healthcare (0:11:10) - Special Operations Medic Lessons (0:21:44) - Unconventional Medicine in Special Operations CHAPTER SUMMARIES (0:00:00) - Special Operations Medics and Military Healthcare (11 Minutes) MSG Samuel Rodriguez shares his pathway to becoming a special forces medic and explains how the training and experiences of Special Operations medics have evolved. He also talks about the history of the Special Operations Medical Association (SOMA) and how it has utilized lessons learned to improve care on the battlefield and save lives. Sam shares some helpful resources and information on programs for veterans and first responders to help them improve their quality of life, following traumatic experiences. We discuss the qualifications required to become an 18D and the importance of physical and mental preparedness. Finally, Sam shares how his training has evolved and changed over the years. (0:11:10) - Special Operations Medic Lessons (11 Minutes) We explore the planning process for medical care in dangerous and austere situations and the types of medical supplies and procedures carried out on the battlefield. Sam shares a memorable clinical experience of providing medical aid in an area of the Amazon basin, as well as the advice given to the US Army Special Operations Command from a medical and enlisted medic perspective. (0:21:44) - Unconventional Medicine in Special Operations (14 Minutes) From its inception in 1987 to its official formation in 1992, SOMA's main mission has been to ensure the survivability and speed of recovery of Special Operations personnel through advancing technology and knowledge in unconventional medicine. We explore the different learning tracks at SOMA meetings, ranging from canine sessions to brain health sessions, and discuss some of the most significant milestones in the organization's history. We also discuss the challenges SOMA has faced and the initiatives and projects they are currently focused on. 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