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It's episode 176 of The Cavalry! Johnny needs backup that Michael Jackson did it. Andrew needs backup on Tobasco being the worst hot sauce despite it being omnipresent. Remember to subscribe to the Patreon for post-show banter!
It's episode 175 of The Cavalry! Andrew needs backup that to save money you should always go grocery shopping when you have to pee. Johnny needs backup that all the stand-up videos on Instagram make it seem like anyone can do it. Enjoy!
Eric applied to West Point for the prestige of being a graduate and the adventure of being an Army Officer. Eric wrestled and participated in the Civil Air Patrol while in high school and felt prepared for what West Point would throw at him. Eric had faith in West Point and the military. That they would challenge him and push him to grow, but never put him in a situation that was beyond his capabilities or the capabilities of those around him. Eric graduated West Point as an Armor Officer. Eric was drawn to the mobility of Cavalry and the Armored Corps. Eric would stay at West Point an additional 6 month's recovering from an injury before attending Officer Basic and graduating Ranger School. Eric would serve in Iraq with the 1st Cavalry Division as a Scout Platoon Leader, as an Assistant Professor of Military Science in Southern California, and than transition to become an Arabic speaking Foreign Area Officer. Eric would spend the majority of the remainder of his career working in the Central Command Area of Operations working in the space between control and chaos. Sometimes with only a laptop and a cell phone to make things happen. This is his story. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/joe-harrison0/support
It is probable that Russia's lack of success in Ukraine gives the People's Republic of China cause for reconsidering any existing plans for an invasion of the Republic of China on Taiwan. Perhaps, using the PRC's unrestricted war model, they might instead resort to pursuing limited aims that will set conditions for later strategic victory. In other words, limited war. But what is limited war and is limited war even possible in the 21st Century? Disclaimer: The information in these podcasts is my own opinion and does not represent that of the US Army War College, the Department of Defense, or any other organization I am or have been affiliated with. Music: List: Les Preludes; Abergavenny Symphony Orchestra (Public Domain) Kiilstofte, J., The Cavalry, Machinimasound (Licensed)
In This Episode, We Get Tactical About: Friday Debrief How Does Your Power List Look Today? Mediocrity is the Default Position Sheepdog Stories: Hard Core Rick Rescorla Resources + Links: Connect with Kristofor on Instagram | @team_healey Connect with Kristofor on Substack | https://kristoforhealey.substack.com Join us for The Weekend: Bourbon Trail in Lexington, Kentucky September 29-October 2, 2023 | https://www.theweekendbourbontrail.com/ How can Kristofor help you become an indispensable man? https://linktr.ee/krhealey Download a FREE COPY of Indispensable: A Tactical Plan for the Modern Man Buy your copy of the book, here! Shoot us a message on Instagram with your biggest takeaway @team_healey Show Notes: Rick Rescorla was a remarkable figure known for his heroism and dedication, particularly during the tragic events of September 11, 2001. Rescorla's early life saw him join the British Army's Parachute Regiment and serve in Cyprus and Rhodesia. He then moved to the United States, where he joined the U.S. Army and served in the 7th Cavalry during the Vietnam War. Rescorla's service in Vietnam at the Battle of Ia Drang earned him several accolades for bravery and leadership, including the Silver Star and the Bronze Star. After his military career, Rescorla pursued a career in security and became the head of security for Morgan Stanley at the company's offices in the World Trade Center's South Tower. His commitment to safety and security was unparalleled, and he conducted regular evacuation drills, which some employees initially found excessive. However, Rescorla's foresight and dedication to preparedness proved invaluable on the morning of September 11, 2001. When American Airlines Flight 11 struck the North Tower of the World Trade Center, Rescorla immediately took charge of the evacuation process in the South Tower. He directed Morgan Stanley employees and other occupants to evacuate, even though the Port Authority initially advised them to stay put. Rescorla's leadership and cool-headedness saved the lives of more than 2,600 people that morning. Tragically, after helping to evacuate most of the building's occupants, he re-entered the South Tower to search for stragglers and was last seen on the 10th floor. The tower collapsed shortly thereafter. Rick Rescorla's selfless actions and unwavering commitment to the safety of others made him a hero during the 9/11 attacks. His story exemplifies courage, leadership, and the willingness to make the ultimate sacrifice to save lives. We talk about it today! Until next time…out of role!
It's episode 174 of The Cavalry! Andrew needs backup on fancy taco places needing to offer heartier options. Johnny needs backup on eating outside always being worse than eating inside. Remember to subscribe to the Patreon for post-show banter. Enjoy!
Did you know Teddy Roosevelt nearly died in a Cavalry charge against German machine guns in WW1? History of North America is the newest addition to the Parthenon Podcast group, a proud member of the Salem Web Network. Let's sample a taste of what this eclectic collection of podcasts has to offer with an episode of History Unplugged with Scott Rank. Check out the YouTube version of this episode at https://youtu.be/2k2w9Jbeuls which has accompanying visuals including maps, charts, timelines, photos, illustrations, and diagrams. Theodore Roosevelt books available at https://amzn.to/44DMlmy History Unplugged podcast available at https://amzn.to/3YthqYx Parthenon Podcast Network available at https://amzn.to/43cJemi Thanks for the many wonderful comments, messages, ratings and reviews. All of them are regularly posted for your reading pleasure on https://patreon.com/markvinet where you can also get exclusive access to Bonus episodes, Ad-Free content, Extra materials, and an eBook Welcome Gift when joining our growing community on Patreon or Donate on PayPal at https://bit.ly/3cx9OOL and receive an eBook GIFT. Support this series by enjoying a wide-range of useful & FUN Gadgets at https://twitter.com/GadgetzGuy and/or by purchasing any product on Amazon using this FREE entry LINK https://amzn.to/3k8qrGM (Amazon gives us credit at no extra charge to you). It costs you nothing to shop using this FREE store entry link and by doing so encourages & helps us create more quality content. Thanks! Mark Vinet's TIMELINE video channel at https://youtube.com/c/TIMELINE_MarkVinet Website: https://markvinet.com/podcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/denarynovels Twitter: https://twitter.com/TIMELINEchannel Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mark.vinet.9 YouTube Podcast Playlist: https://www.bit.ly/34tBizu Podcast: https://parthenonpodcast.com/history-of-north-america TikTok: https://tiktok.com/@historyofnorthamerica Books: https://amzn.to/3k8qrGM Linktree: https://linktr.ee/WadeOrganization See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We pick back up with Joshua Corman, founder of grass roots organization I Am the Cavalry, for part two of our discussion. Josh shares insights from his many years on the healthcare cyber front lines and provides both a captivating and sobering perspective on the state of healthcare security today. And while there have been many strides forward, we still have a long way to go. Audra and I learned so much during our discussion including themes such as cyber asbestos, the emerging care desert, dependency on undependable things, recalibrating the cost of connected medicine, if you can't protect it/can't connect it, the Omnibus Appropriations Act, and actionable insights on what we can do right now, as individuals and collectively, to make a difference. Joshua Corman is the founder of I Am the Cavalry, a grassroots organization focused on the intersection of digital security, public safety, and human life. He was formerly chief strategist of CISA's COVID Task Force, where he advised on the pandemic response, provided cybersecurity expertise on healthcare infrastructure, and supported control systems and life safety initiatives. Prior to CISA, Josh was SVP and chief security officer at PTC, where he accelerated cyber safety maturity across industries. Previously, he served as director of the Atlantic Council's Cyber Statecraft Initiative, on the Congressional Task Force for Healthcare Industry Cybersecurity, and in leadership roles at Sonatype, Akamai, IBM, and the 451 Group. For links and resources discussed in this episode, please visit our show notes at https://www.forcepoint.com/govpodcast/e248
It's episode 173 of The Cavalry! Andrew needs backup on outlawing critical comments of home improvement videos. Johnny needs backup on parents being clearer on the differences between pickup and drop-off. Remember to subscribe to the Patreon for post-show banter!
Teddy Roosevelt faced many challenges at the end of his life. Racked by rheumatism, a ticking embolism, pathogens in his blood, a bad leg from an accident, and a bullet in his chest from an assassination attempt. But none of that stopped Roosevelt from attempting to reassemble the Rough Riders for a final charge against the Germans in World War One, pushing them into a likely suicide mission of a cavalry attack against 50 caliber machine guns.Suffering from grief and guilt, marginalized by world events, the great glow that had been his life was now but a dimming lantern. But TR's final years were productive ones as well: he churned out several “instant” books that promoted U.S. entry into the Great War, and he was making plans for another run at the Presidency in 1920 at the time of his death. Indeed, his political influence was so great that his opposition to the policies of Woodrow Wilson helped the Republican Party take back the Congress in 1918. To look at Roosevelt's final years, Scott Rank, host of History Unplugged, speaks with Bill Hazelgrove, author of “The Last Charge of the Rough Rider.” It was Roosevelt's quest for the “vigorous life” that, ironically, may have led to his early demise at the age of sixty. "The Old Lion is dead,” TR's son Archie cabled his brother on January 6, 1919, and so, too, ended a historic era in American life and politics. Subscribe to History Unplugged with Scott Rank:Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3Ysc7ZgSpotify: https://spoti.fi/3j0QRJyParthenon: https://www.parthenonpodcast.com/history-unplugged-podcastThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4899207/advertisement
Teddy Roosevelt faced many challenges at the end of his life. Racked by rheumatism, a ticking embolism, pathogens in his blood, a bad leg from an accident, and a bullet in his chest from an assassination attempt. But none of that stopped Roosevelt from attempting to reassemble the Rough Riders for a final charge against the Germans in World War One, pushing them into a likely suicide mission of a cavalry attack against 50 caliber machine guns.Suffering from grief and guilt, marginalized by world events, the great glow that had been his life was now but a dimming lantern. But TR's final years were productive ones as well: he churned out several “instant” books that promoted U.S. entry into the Great War, and he was making plans for another run at the Presidency in 1920 at the time of his death. Indeed, his political influence was so great that his opposition to the policies of Woodrow Wilson helped the Republican Party take back the Congress in 1918. To look at Roosevelt's final years, Scott Rank, host of History Unplugged, speaks with Bill Hazelgrove, author of “The Last Charge of the Rough Rider.” It was Roosevelt's quest for the “vigorous life” that, ironically, may have led to his early demise at the age of sixty. "The Old Lion is dead,” TR's son Archie cabled his brother on January 6, 1919, and so, too, ended a historic era in American life and politics. Subscribe to History Unplugged with Scott Rank:Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3Ysc7ZgSpotify: https://spoti.fi/3j0QRJyParthenon: https://www.parthenonpodcast.com/history-unplugged-podcastThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4926576/advertisement
Mea Culpa welcomes the opposite of the narcissistic garbage that surrendered to authorities today. General Mark Hertling. He joins us today to give us a real and frank assessment of the state of both Russian and Ukrainian forces as war begins to tip in Ukraine's favor. In addition, he is an outspoken critic of former president Trump and the MAGA agenda. Hertling spent 37 years in the Armed Forces. During his time as a U.S. soldier, he served in Armor, Cavalry, planning, operations, and training positions. He commanded every organization from Platoon to Field Army. Most notably, Hertling commanded the U.S. Army's 1st Armored Division in Iraq during the troop surge of 2007 to 2008 and retired as Commanding General of the US Army Europe. His knowledge of the complex alliances between European nations and the fragility of the NATO experiment gives him a rare insight into how this war is being fought as well as what the face of true leadership looks like.
We had so much to talk about with this week's guest that we made it a two-part episode! Joining us this week, and next week, is Joshua Corman, founder of grass roots organization I Am the Cavalry. Josh shares insights from his many years on the healthcare cyber front lines and provides both a captivating and sobering perspective on the state of healthcare security today. And while there have been many strides forward, we still have a long way to go. Audra and I learned so much during our discussion including themes such as cyber asbestos, the emerging care desert, dependency on undependable things, recalibrating the cost of connected medicine, if you can't protect it/can't connect it, the Omnibus Appropriations Act, and actionable insights on what we can do right now, as individuals and collectively, to make a difference. Joshua Corman is the founder of I Am the Cavalry, a grassroots organization focused on the intersection of digital security, public safety, and human life. He was formerly chief strategist of CISA's COVID Task Force, where he advised on the pandemic response, provided cybersecurity expertise on healthcare infrastructure, and supported control systems and life safety initiatives. Prior to CISA, Josh was SVP and chief security officer at PTC, where he accelerated cyber safety maturity across industries. Previously, he served as director of the Atlantic Council's Cyber Statecraft Initiative, on the Congressional Task Force for Healthcare Industry Cybersecurity, and in leadership roles at Sonatype, Akamai, IBM, and the 451 Group. For links and resources discussed in this episode, please visit our show notes at https://www.forcepoint.com/govpodcast/e247
It's episode 172 of The Cavalry! Johnny needs backup that bands shouldn't do covers on their albums, just in concerts. Andrew needs backup on childless adults being more grateful to people raising kids. Plus we backup patreon-listner Ryan on consulting with the neighbors before building a fence. Enjoy!
It's episode 171 of The Cavalry! Johnny needs backup that turtlenecks are and always have been terrible. Andrew needs backup that the rest of Major League Baseball secretly resents Shohei Ohtani. Remember to subscribe to the Patreon for post-show banter!
Clausewitz wrote that war is an act of violence to force the enemy to do our will. But what is that “will?” A 2019 Rand Study found that there is no official or agreed definition of “will” in the context of warfighting. In this episode, I tackle the question of what will means, why it is important, and the dangers going to war without a national will for victory. (Note: I am full aware of the title. It just sounded more catchy than "The Will to Fight.") Disclaimer: The information in these podcasts is my own opinion and does not represent that of the US Army War College, the Department of Defense, or any other organization I am or have been affiliated with Music: Holst, G. The Planets: Mars, Bringer of War, Internet Archives, https://archive.org/details/GustavHolstThePlanetsMarsTheBringerOfWar_201709 Kiilstofte, J., The Cavalry, Machinimasound (Licensed)
Tony McDonald, Chairman & CEO, CEA Industries | The Riderflex Podcast Mr. Anthony "Tony" K. McDonald has held pivotal roles in various esteemed organizations. Since November 28, 2018, he has been the CEO and President of CEA Industries Inc., formerly Surna Inc., and took on the mantle of Chairman by June 24, 2020. His leadership prowess extends to Marz Capital Corporation, where he serves as President. Tony's past roles include Vice President of Sales at Coolerado Corporation, a clean technology firm, and Vice President of Corporate Acquisitions for Private Capital Resource Group, Inc. He also showcased his expertise as Managing Director at Republic Financial Corporation and as a Senior Consultant with KPMG Consulting, advising global banks. Notably, he was a Director at Keating Capital, Inc. and Keating Investments, LLC. Beyond his corporate achievements, Mr. McDonald's dedication is evident from his service with the U.S. Army, including roles in Military Intelligence and the 10th U.S. Cavalry. He boasts an impressive educational background, holding a B.S. from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point and an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School. As the global environment for indoor cultivation continues to grow, CEA Industries was formed to embrace companies that support these ecosystems. The indoor farming technology market was valued at $23.75 billion in 2016 and is projected to reach $122.3 billion by 2030. Yields are typically much higher than traditional farming methods, and crops can be grown all year round in optimum growing conditions. CEA Industries, with its subsidiary, Surna Cultivation Technologies, a proven leader in controlled environment agriculture, knows that growth is a team sport. Through future partnerships and/or mergers and acquisitions, both financial and strategic, CEA Industries will continue its pursuit of companies that bring accretive value to its shareholders and company employees. Meet CEA Industries: https://ceaindustries.com/ Watch the Full Interview: https://youtu.be/uQrdZ3k6Z4Q Gain valuable insights on entrepreneurship, leadership, and hiring with "The Riderflex Guide: Inspiring & Hiring" - 30+ years of experience packed into one book. Get your copy today at: https://tinyurl.com/Amazon-Riderflex Listen to real stories from successful business leaders, CEOs, and entrepreneurs on the Riderflex podcast hosted by CEO Steve Urban. Trust Riderflex, a premier headhunter and employment agency based in Colorado, to recruit top talent for your team. Visit https://riderflex.com/ to learn more about our executive recruiting services. #IndoorFarming #CEAIndustries #SurnaCultivation #ControlledEnvironmentAgriculture #FutureOfFarming #riderflexpodcast #careeradvice #Podcast #entrepreneur #ColoradoRecruitingFirm #recruiting #National #Riderflex #TalentAcquisition #JobTips #ResumeTips Podcast sponsor: Marketing 360 is the #1 platform for small businesses, and it's everything you need to grow your business. marketing360.com/riderflex --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/riderflex/support
Today we're talking with Michael Duncan, a founding partner at Cavalry, an issue management firm that works with Fortune 500 companies, trade association, political and non-profit clients. He's had an extensive career in digital campaigning, but he's also the host of the Ruthless Podcast, which has taken the GOP political world by storm over the last 3 years. They were just tapped to provide the pre-game coverage for the first Republican presidential debate this year. In our conversation, we talk about the growth of the podcast, what lessons he's learned as a content creator, and how he thinks more campaigns can embrace the power of audience building. Support the Business of Politics Show by becoming a member of the Startup Caucus Network. Click here to join now.
It's episode 170 of The Cavalry! Johnny needs backup that underpants don't need to be funny. Andrew needs backup that recipes should put the amounts in the directions along with the ingredients list. Enjoy! Subscribe to the Patreon for post-show banter and the link to our live re-naming Instagram episode!
Strategy is the application of ways and means to achieve an end. But what are means? This podcast describes the need to look beyond the weapons and other warfighting platforms to, instead, identify the capabilities needed to fight wars. Weapons systems and other elements of national power are resources to enable those capabilities. Disclaimer: The information in these podcasts is my own opinion and does not represent that of the US Army War College, the Department of Defense, or any other organization I am or have been affiliated with Music: Liszt, F. and the USMC Band, Les Preludes (Public Domian) Kiilstofte, J., The Cavalry, Machinimasound (Licensed)
Douglas Macgregor is a decorated combat veteran, the author of five books, a PhD, and a defense and foreign policy consultant. He was commissioned in the Regular Army in 1976 after 1 year at VMI and 4 years at West Point. In 2004, Macgregor retired with the rank of Colonel. In 2020, the President appointed Macgregor to serve as Senior Advisor to the Secretary of Defense, a post he held until President Trump left office. He holds an MA in comparative politics and a PhD in international relations from the University of Virginia. Macgregor is widely known inside the U.S., Europe, Israel, Russia, China and Korea for both his leadership in the Battle of 73 Easting, the U.S. Army's largest tank battle since World War II, and for his ground breaking books on military transformation: Breaking the Phalanx (Praeger, 1997) and Transformation under Fire (Praeger, 2003). Macgregor's recommendations for change in Force Design and “integrated all arms-all effects” operations have profoundly influenced force development in Israel, Russia and China. In 2010, Macgregor traveled to Seoul, Korea to advise the ROK Ministry of Defense on force design. In 2019, Transformation under Fire was selected by Lt. Gen. Aviv Kohavi, Chief of the Israeli Defense Force (IDF), as the intellectual basis for IDF transformation. His fifth book, Margin of Victory: Five Battles that Changed the Face of Modern War from Naval Institute Press is available in Chinese, as well as, English and will soon appear in Hebrew. In 28 years of service Macgregor taught in the Department of Social Sciences at West Point, commanded the 1st Squadron, 4th Cavalry, and served as the Director of the Joint Operations Center at SHAPE during the 1999 Kosovo Air Campaign for which he was awarded the Defense Superior Service medal. In January 2002, at Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld's insistence the USCENTCOM Commander listened to Colonel Macgregor's concept for the offensive to seize Baghdad. The plan was largely adopted, but assumed no occupation of Iraq by U.S. Forces. Macgregor has also testified as an expert witness before the Senate and House Armed Services Committees and appeared as a defense analyst on Fox News, CNN, BBC, Sky News and public radio. He is fluent in German. Find out more about Col. Douglas at: Website: http://www.douglasmacgregor.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/douglasmacgregorphd/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/DougAMacgregor YT Channel: https://www.youtube.com/@DouglasMacgregorStraightCalls Check out our YouTube Channel:Jeremyryanslatebiz See the Show Notes:https://www.jeremyryanslate.com/1113 You may watch the FULL Video Episode also via my Rumble channel: https://rumble.com/c/JeremyRyanSlate
In today's Throwback Thursday episode, we take on a myth that somehow still persists despite being debunked numerous times: the claim that Polish cavalry units charged German tanks during the invasion of Poland in World War II. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/revisionisthistory/support
On today's Zero Limits Podcast I chat with Shilo Harris former US Army Cavalry Scout. Shilo Harris came from a family with deep roots in military service. As a son of a Vietnam veteran, Shilo always knew he wanted to be a soldier. On September 11th his life changed forever and shortly afterward he enlisted as a Cavalry Scout in the US Army. His first deployment was to Schweinfurt, Germany with the 1st Infantry Division. From Germany Shilo headed to war-torn Iraq.On his second deployment with the 10th Mountain Division he was assigned and worked near southern Baghdad. On February 19, 2007, Harris' armored vehicle was struck by an improvised explosive device (IED). The explosion injured the driver and ended the lives of three of his fellow soldiers. Shilo survived but with severe third degree burns on 35% of his body. The severity of the burns meant the loss of Shilo's ears, the tip of his nose and three fingers. Let's GO!Support the show - https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=9LG48GC49TW38Website - www.zerolimitspodcast.comInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/zero.limits.podcast/?hl=en
It's episode 169 of The Cavalry! Johnny needs backup that you should be allowed to not be a dog person if you want. Andrew needs backup that fading out to end a song is cheating. This Wednesday at 3pm Eastern/6pm Pacific we will do an Instagram Live episode of The Cavalry! If you don't catch it live it will go up on our Patreon to listen to later. But we will deal once and for all with the controversy of changing the name of the podcast. Subscribe to the Patreon for that or tune in live on Instagram!
It's episode 168 of The Cavalry and we're joined by returning guest Scott Beehner! Scott is a hilarious actor and performer and also Johnny's brother. Scott is vehemently anti-name change for The Cavalry and needs backup on tech nerds computer skills being too narrow to be useful. Johnny needs backup on Illinois drivers being c*nts. Andrew needs backup on Milkbones dog treats being trash. Subscribe to the Patreon for post-show banter!
In der Rubrik “Investments & Exits” begrüßen wir heute Martin Janicki, Partner bei Cavalry Ventures. Martin bespricht die Runde von Propel:Das Berliner HR-Tech Propel hat in einer Finanzierungsrunde 2,5 Millionen Euro eingesammelt, um Vorteile und Jobmöglichkeiten für Tech-Communities zu schaffen. Propel bietet eine SaaS HR-Plattform mit dem Namen "Community as a Service", die Tech-Communities wie Entwicklergruppen, Talent-Inkubatoren und Schulen Zugang zu Jobangeboten, Leistungen und Finanzdienstleistungen ermöglicht. Das Startup wird bereits von Communities wie SheCodeAfrica und Niyo Network genutzt und kooperiert mit Unternehmen wie Porsche, Mercedes, Orange Telecom, Farfetch und Stepstone. Die Investoren von Propel, darunter No Such Ventures und APX (Axel Springer & Porsche), sehen großes Potenzial in dem Ansatz des Unternehmens, die offene Talentwirtschaft voranzutreiben und die Zukunft der Arbeit zu gestalten.
Will this group of Pirates prospects be better than the last? When is a realistic time for this time to get close to the playoffs? Who has to be better for the team to get back to relevancy? Jeff painted a picture of pitching prospects, but said there isn't a ton there in the bat category.
It's episode 167 of The Cavalry! Johnny needs backup on friends only getting three recommendations for things before they're cut off. Andrew needs backup on talking behind people's back actually making you a better friend. Remember to subscribe to the Patreon for post-show banter!
Another Monday, another CPL Newsroom presented by Volkswagen. Charlie O'Connor-Clarke is the host this week, as the show kicks off with a roundtable on the Canadian men's national team's penalty shootout loss to the United States at the Gold Cup -- with Charlie, Mitchell Tierney, and Alexandre Gangué-Ruzic. After that, Charlie, Mitchell, AGR and Benedict Rhodes (who also gives his thoughts on the Canadian women's national team's World Cup squad) break down the action across all four Canadian Premier League matches in Week 13, as Vancouver, Cavalry, Atlético Ottawa and Forge all banked big wins.
It's episode 166 of The Cavalry! Andrew needs backup that everyone is a hypocrite when they criticize Joe Biden's age. Johnny needs backup on people who watch prank videos and have to analyze whether or not it's real being annoying. Enjoy! Join the Patreon for post-show banter.
It's episode 165 of The Cavalry! Andrew needs backup that "giving your one kid a buddy" is a flimsy reason for having a second kid. Johnny needs backup on not wanting the bands to hold out the mic at concerts so the audience sings the song. Join the Patreon for post-show banter and bonus episodes!
Dr. David Walton is a retired Special Forces officer with 25 years of experience as a Green Beret. With deployments to Iraq, Afghanistan, and global assignments across tactical, operational, and strategic levels, Dr. Walton brings invaluable insights to national security conversations.Walton also teaches National Security Studies and Executive Leadership, with expertise in Security Strategy, Organizational Culture, and Human Performance. As a Subject Matter Expert in Special Forces Assessment and Selection, he remains at the forefront of the discussion. Don't miss this enlightening conversation with Dr. David Walton, offering unique perspectives on Special Forces and academia.Support the showhttps://patreon.com/formeractionguyshttps://jcramergraphics.comhttps://ANGLICOshop.comDr. Walton's sitehttps://tfvoodoo.com/00:00:00 Intro00:03:58 Defeatist Attitudes00:07:17 Misinformation about the Military00:14:18 Changing Base Names00:22:49 Armored Cavalry Officer00:28:46 Officer Combat Training00:32:19 Joining Special Forces00:35:53 Special Forces Selection00:42:17 Changes in Green Beret Selection00:50:59 The "Why?" Generation00:54:15 Why People Aren't Reenlisting01:01:17 Bring Back Meritocracy01:07:08 It's a Great Time to be a Green Beret01:11:47 Green Beret Afghanistan Missions01:18:31 SF vs SFAB01:24:02 Expectations 01:25:58 Military Mafia01:30:00 NCO's are the Backbone01:36:23 Should College be Required for Officers?01:51:03 Politics in the Military
Will and Whipple are back, and things get heated. -How much longer does JD stick around? -Does Boone hold guys accountable? -Winning with pitching -Winning without Judge? -Cavalry is coming All that and more on the latest from Yankees Files! Remember to keep up with us on Twitter and TikTok!
It's episode 164 of The Cavalry! Andrew needs backup on giving flight attendants presents being a selfish act. Johnny needs backup on there being a two-child limit for couples, but then pulls a 180 and needs backup that everyone should be required to have more than two. Subscribe to the Patreon for post-show banter!
Robin Bartlett takes you back 50 years to a ‘boots on the ground' account of his extraordinary combat experiences as a 22-year-old 1st Lieutenant with the 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile). As a combat infantry platoon leader, he deployed a 28-man platoon on search and destroy missions and helicopter assaults into hot landing zones at the height of the Vietnam War.Bartlett's vivid combat events are brought to light in a fast-moving presentation expressing the horror, fear, anguish, and sometimes illogical humor of that war. He brings to light the long-term impact, both positive and negative, on his home life and business career…. with insights about leadership, courage, PTSD, and life lessons learned. These are stories that will stay with your listeners long past the end of his presentation.Bio: Bio: Promoted to 1st Lieutenant after only one year, Robin Bartlett at 22 assumed the leadership of the 1st Platoon, A Company, 1st Battalion, 5th Cavalry, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile). Over the next seven months, he led a platoon on more than sixty helicopter combat assaults and search and destroy missions.Bartlett grew up in a military family. His grandfather, father and brother all attended West Point, but after thirteen elementary and middle schools and four high schools, he decided he'd had enough of the military. But in college, as the Vietnam War escalated and eighteen-year-olds were drafted daily, Bartlett joined his college's ROTC program and fell back into a familiar routine. Upon graduation as a Distinguished Military Graduate he volunteered for Infantry, Airborne, and Ranger training, and assignment to the 82d Airborne Division. He got everything he asked for…and more.Bartlett holds a BA degree in Comparative Literature from Claremont McKenna College in California and a master's degree in Media from Pace University in NYC. He has written numerous business publications and a professional book published by Dun & Bradstreet.He is the President of the NY/NJ Chapter of the 1st Cavalry Division Association, and a proud member of the 82d Airborne Division Association. He and his wife live in Norwood, New Jersey, and have three sons, none of whom have pursued military careers.Speaker Link: https://robinbartlettauthor.com/speaker/Video links:https://robinbartlettauthor.com/#BookWebsite/book link: www.RobinBartlettAuthor.com
There are some leadership experiences that most of us will never find ourselves in. And often, it's those experiences that can provide the most valuable lessons a leader could ask for…and never wanted to learn. In 1968, at the age of 22, Robin Bartlett assumed the leadership of the 1st Platoon, A Company, 1st Battalion, 5th Cavalry, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) during the height of the Vietnam War.A distinguished military graduate, Robin turned down an opportunity to attend West Point, opting to go to Ranger school, which he calls the best insurance policy he ever took out on himself. For 50 years, Robin rarely shared his experiences, until, in his words, things started to leak out. What would result is one of the best pieces of non-fiction I've read in years: Vietnam Combat: Firefights & Writing History.As fate would have it, his mother had saved every single one of the 100+ letters he'd sent home, and thanks to an enduring friendship with his Medic, he also had pictures with which to retrace his steps during the most pivotal time of his life. Robin and I discuss what it means to grow up in an environment that places a premium on leadership, what it's like to lead and lose a team, and we even manage to squeeze in a couple laughs. I couldn't have asked for a better conversation to come back from our break. Enjoy the show!
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It's episode 162 of The Cavalry! Johnny needs backup on getting rid of the signs that say you have to shower before you use the pool. Andrew needs backup that it's not that gross to keep eating even if you've already thrown your napkin on top of your plate. Remember to join the Patreon for post-show banter!
It's episode 161 of The Cavalry! Andrew needs backup on not assuming someone won't do something nice for you unless you tell them there's a wheel chair involved. Johnny needs backup that there's a lot of unconnected murderers walking among us. Join the Patreon for post-show banter. Enjoy!
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Here is my good thumb-in-the-wind technique to measure how much reach a guest has: Do they have their own Wikipedia page: yes or no? For Dan Brouillete, yes. Here is his official bio: Dan Brouillette is president of Sempra Infrastructure, a leading global energy transition company focused on three key growth platforms: clean power, energy networks and LNG and net-zero solutions.Prior to joining Sempra, Brouillette served as the 15th United States Secretary of Energy. In this capacity, he led a workforce of 105,000 employees and federal contractors, with direct responsibility for the nation's nuclear weapons arsenal, coordination of federal energy policy, management of seventeen national research laboratories, and direction of the department's $44 billion annual budget. He served as the President's primary advisor on energy and nuclear weapons matters, and was a member of the President's National Security Council as well as the Vice President's National Space Council. Under his leadership, the Department unveiled the world's fastest supercomputer, developed specialized transportation fuels and photographic equipment for the Mars Perseverance Rover, launched the nation's first quantum internet system, established the country's first scientific laboratory dedicated exclusively to the advancement of battery storage technologies, and initiated nearly $6 billion in research on issues related to carbon management, hydrogen development, and advanced materials and chemicals science.Brouillette also served as U.S. Deputy Secretary of Energy, the chief operating officer of the department, managing nearly $38 billion of federal construction projects. Brouillette is the only person to ever be confirmed by the U.S. Senate to serve in both roles.In the private sector, Brouillette was a senior vice president and corporate officer of USAA, the nation's leading provider of financial services to the military community. Before joining USAA, Brouillette was a vice president of Ford Motor Company, where he served on its North American Operating Committee. At Ford and USAA, he was assigned to management teams that brought to market advanced consumer products related to remote deposit capture, a technology invented by USAA that allows for smartphone processing of financial documents, and the adaptive cruise control systems that were a precursor to fully autonomous vehicles.Brouillette is a veteran and former tank commander with the U.S. Army's highly decorated 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment. He has been awarded Distinguished Public Service awards by both the U.S. Secretary of Defense and the U.S. Secretary of State, the highest award an individual can receive by either department.Brouillette holds a master's degree in intelligence and national security from The Citadel and a bachelor's degree in economics from the University of Maryland. For his leadership in both the private and public sectors, he was recognized as a Distinguished Alumni of the University of Maryland. He has attended numerous executive education programs in finance, management, and systems engineering, and has served as a guest lecturer at the National War College and the Army War College.
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“There a papoose cries by its mother's breast which, cold and insensible, can nourish it no more; there lies a young girl with her long hair sticky of blood, hiding her mutilated face… And here—here rests the beautiful young squaw whom yesterday I offered a cigarette—dying, with both her legs shot off. She lies there without wailing and greets me with a faint smile on her pale lips.” — First Sergeant Ragnar Ling-Vannerus“The Pioneer has before declared that our only safety depends upon the total extermination of the Indians. Having wronged them for centuries, we had better, in order to protect our civilization, follow it up by one more wrong and wipe these untamed and untamable creatures from the face of the earth.” — Frank Baum, author of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz “Who would have thought that dancing could make such trouble? We had no thought of fighting.” — Short Bull “When he went to the bottom of the ravine, he saw many little children lying dead… He was now pretty weak from his wounds. Now when he saw all those little infants lying there dead in their blood, his feeling was that even if he ate one of the soldiers, it would not appease his anger… The Indians all knew that Dewey was wounded, but those in the ravine wanted him to help them. So, he fought with his life to defend his own people.” — From The Dull Knifes of Pine Ridge “What we saw was terrible. Dead and wounded women and children and little babies were scattered all along there where they had been trying to run away. The soldiers had followed along the gulch, as they ran, and murdered them in there. Sometimes they were in heaps because they had huddled together, and some were scattered all along. Sometimes bunches of them had been killed and torn to pieces where the wagon guns hit them. I saw a little baby trying to suck its mother, but she was bloody and dead. There were two little boys at one place in this gulch. They had guns and they had been killing soldiers all by themselves. We could see the soldiers they had killed. The boys were all alone there, and they were not hurt. These were very brave little boys.” From Black Elk Speaks By 1890, the Ghost Dance religion was spreading like wildfire in many reservations across United States. At a time when most Natives were facing utter hopelessness, it gave them something to hope in. But the murder of Sitting Bull orchestrated by a reservation agent, and the political machinations of the Harrison administration initiated a military crackdown against an otherwise peaceful movement. The sequence of events thus started would end in bloodshed at Wounded Knee on December 29, 1890, as the 7th Cavalry massacred nearly 300 Lakota—mostly women and kids. In this final episode of the Sitting Bull series, we explore the dynamics that led to Wounded Knee, the insane story of Iron Hail (aka Dewey Beard), how the Yanktons dealt with a traitor, the genocidal fantasies of the author of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, and how Lakota culture endured—in spite of it all. If you feel generous and enjoy History on Fire, please consider joining my Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/historyonfire to access plenty of bonus content. For the rest of the year, History on Fire will be sponsored by BlueChew. BlueChew is a unique online service that delivers the same active ingredients as Viagra, Cialis,and Levitra -- but in CHEWABLE tablets and at a fraction of the cost!Try BlueChew FREE when you use our promo code HISTORY at checkout--just pay $5 shipping. Go to https://bluechew.com Bison is some of the healthiest meat you could possibly eat. Get yours at https://dakotapurebison.com/ History on Fire listeners get a discount by using the code HOF10 at checkout. This episode is also sponsored by https://tawkify.com/, the country's #1 modern matchmaking service that is designed to help you achieve relationship success. History on Fire listeners get a 20% discount by going Tawkify.com/HISTORYONFIRE