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Paranormal UK Radio Network
Mack Maloney Military X-Files - Coco-palooza Redux

Paranormal UK Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 119:31


It's all about Commander Cobra in this highly requested special replay show, including 20 questions the gang has always wanted to ask CC, why comedian Robin Williams was a dick, how many Dallas Cheerleaders can you fit inside a helicopter and how not to vomit while airborne. Also, the beginnings of the on-going & usually heated debate on whether Popeye was in the US Navy or the Coast Guard. Plus, Switch explains how he had rum for breakfast & then suddenly shaved off his beard.

DREAM CHASERS | Interviews with the Future
REM25: Daniel Weisfield - Why Mobile Home Parks Are Not What You Think

DREAM CHASERS | Interviews with the Future

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 44:08


When you hear “Mobile Home Parks” you might think of the shady and dirty trailer parks often depicted on TV. In reality, MHPs are very different from the pop-culture stereotype. Not only do residents benefit from very affordable housing and homeownership, investors like today's guest, invest heavily in creating safe, clean, and amenitized communities that the residents love for years!If that is not enough, MHPs offer investors recession-resistant and stable income, unlike any other alternative investment.Daniel Weisfield is a Co-Founder of Three Pillar Communities which operates more than 40 manufactured housing communities in 8 states, serving around 10,000 residents to create neighborhoods their residents are proud to call home. His professional mission is to turn the “trailer park” stereotype on its head because he believes manufactured housing is the best way to close our country's housing gap and to create affordable home-ownership opportunities.In today's episode, we discuss…A high-level run-through of MHPs from an operator's and investor's perspective.How Daniel is a third-generation MHP investor and how his grandfather got started.Why MHPs provide incredible risk-adjusted returns to investors through the entire market cycle.How Daniel adds value to every community he works with from new roads to pools.If you are curious about Manufactured Housing and want to learn more, you will officially be considered an expert in MHPs after listening to today's extensive discussion of the asset class!Keep Making Milestones, Ben MalechIf you want to learn more about the Daniel, you can find him at:LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/daniel-weisfield-33940613Homepage: threepillarcommunities.com/Email: daniel@threepillarcommunites.comTo learn more about Ben, connect with him through:Ben's Website: https://benmalech.com/Ben's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjamin-malech/Ben's email: benmalech@carswell.ioResources Mentioned:Deep - James Nestor

Mack Maloney's Military X-Files
Coco-Palooza Redux!

Mack Maloney's Military X-Files

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 119:19


 It's all about Commander Cobra in this highly requested special replay, including 20 questions the gang has always wanted to ask CC, why comedian Robin Williams was a dick, how many Dallas Cheerleaders can you fit inside a helicopter and how not to vomit while airborne. Also, the beginnings of the on-going & usually heated debate on whether Popeye was in the US Navy or the Coast Guard. Plus, Switch explains how he had rum for breakfast & then suddenly shaved off his beard.    To get a free bag of MMMXFiles swag, go to www.mackmaloney.com & hit the contact button.  Mack Maloney Online: Website - https://www.mackmaloney.com/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/WingmanMack/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/MilitaryXFiles Twitter - https://twitter.com/WingmanMack Amazon – https://amzn.to/2IlFRkq

Up Before You
#189: Marshall Thompson on The Coast Guard, Fulfilling The Moment, and Don't F*ck it Up

Up Before You

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 70:23


Follow Marshall on Instagram: @marshallthompson182

The Joe Piscopo Show
8 AM Hour The Joe Piscopo Show 6-21-22

The Joe Piscopo Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 53:16


K.T. McFarland, Former Trump Deputy National Security Advisor and the author of "Revolution: Trump, Washington and 'We The People'” Topic: Why Ukraine is losing the war Bruce Blakeman, Nassau County Executive Topic: Calling out Hochul for backing cashless bail after serial carjacker nearly kills an officer, promoting the injured officer Mark Morgan, Senior Fellow for the Federation for American Immigration Reform and Former Acting Commissioner of U.S. Customs & Border Protection Topic: 45 migrants sent back to Cuba by the Coast Guard after being stopped by boats near the Florida Keys See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

SpyCast
SPY CHIEFS: “From Navy Analyst to State Dept. Intelligence Chief” – Ellen McCarthy's Journey (Part 2 of 2)

SpyCast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 34:36


Summary Ellen McCarthy (Twitter; LinkedIn) joins Andrew (Twitter; LinkedIn) to discuss her career and time as head of the State Department's intelligence agency. INR is one of the 18 U.S. intelligence agencies. What You'll Learn Intelligence Her start as a Soviet submarine analyst in the Office of Naval Intelligence  Bringing the U.S. Coast Guard intel. program into the Intelligence Community (IC)  Working for DoD and Geospatial-Intelligence Why she admires the Bureau of Intelligence and Research (INR)  Reflections Government/for-profit/non-profit life Managing complexity and change  And much, much more… Episode Notes Imagine seeing a pyramid from different angles and different heights instead of from one vantage point? You get a better sense of what it truly looks like, its dimensions, colors, idiosyncrasies, and the shadows it casts, right? Ellen McCarthy has seen more of the U.S. Intelligence Community (IC) pyramid than most: she started as a junior analyst for the U.S. Navy Office of Naval Intelligence and ended up as the head of the State Dept.'s Bureau of Intelligence and Research (INR). Along the way, she was with the U.S. Coast Guard, in the Office of the Undersecretary of Defense for Intelligence, and at the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency.  Quite the journey, I am sure you will agree… And… INR has been called the “biggest little intelligence shop in town” and its morning intelligence summary, “Better than Wheaties.” The NYT called it the “least wrong” intelligence agency on Iraq possessing weapons of mass destruction (WMD), and it has been credited for a more accurate assessment of Ukraine's ability to withstand Russia than its peers. “They get paid attention to because they're good and they tend to be contrarian,” notes a former chair of the National Intelligence Council. How do they manage this? Well, big question, but the deep, deep expertise of their staff – who are on average on their regional or functional area for over a decade – as well as an “intolerance for mediocrity” would be good places to start. Quote of the Week "The Geographer of the United States sits in INR. I don't think a lot of people know that. So, when there's a boundary dispute or you've got countries trying to build islands, it's INR that's actually working what the legal boundaries are. The other thing that INR does that a lot of folks don't know about is polling. Polling in the intelligence community is conducted at INR…And I will tell you that the polling capability at INR is the best I've ever seen." – Ellen McCarthy  Resources *SpyCasts* “State Department Intelligence: Inside the INR” – INR Leadership (2020) Beginner Resources Bureau of Intelligence and Research, Wikipedia [webpage] Learn About the Smallest Organization in the IC, YouTube (n.d.) [1:45 minute] Geographer of the United States, YouTube, (2011) [13:24 minute] Books “Intelligence Informs Policymaking at DoS: INR,” T. King in T. Juneau, ed. Strategic Analysis in Support of Policymaking, R&L (2017), pp. 95-110. Reducing Uncertainty: Intelligence Analysis & National Security, T. Fingar, SUP (2011) INR, Intelligence & Research at State, U.S. DoS (1973) Article The U.S. Intelligence Community Needs a ‘Wild Bill' Moment, E. McCarthy & M. Scott, Cipher Brief (2021) Video SPYCHAT: Ellen McCarthy & Chris Costa, YouTube (2021) The New IC: Ellen McCarthy Keynote, YouTube (2019) FedMentor: NGA's Ellen McCarthy, YouTube (2014) Primary Sources INR: 2025 Strategic Plan (2022) Oral History with Teresita Schaeffer (1998) Oral History with Thomas F. Conlon (1992) Oral History with Frank Burnet, (1990) Oral History with Daniel Zachary (1989) *Wildcard Resource* The Ralph J. Bunche Library State Dept. Library named after OSS intelligence analyst, diplomat & Nobel Prize Winner Dr. Bunche

The Steve Austin Show
The Williams Brothers | SAS CLASSIC

The Steve Austin Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 78:26


It's a family reunion in Edna, TX as Steve sits down with brothers Kevin & Jeff to share some of their more colorful childhood stories! You'll also hear what it's like to be a working man doing shifts at McDonalds, the Coast Guard, and as a contractor. Find out who was a bull rider, who moved apartments with nothing but a shopping cart, and who's the most eloquent cusser! GET 10% OFF AT MEATER.COM WITH CODE "STEVE"

The Real ResQ Podcast
Episode 94 Thomas Cooney USCG RS 28

The Real ResQ Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 149:54


In this episode of The Real ResQ, we are joined by Thomas Cooney, USCG RS 28.  Before we get into some of his crazy rescues, we go way back in time and Thomas talks about how the Coast Guard always naturally integrated into his life.  As we talk about the different moments in time, Thomas gives us a bit of a history lesson. We take a walk down memory lane and he recalls his first memorable call out in San Francisco with a plane crash.  He talks about a rescue where he saved three lives, earning him an Air Medal. This story led us into another rescue story that just so happened to occur the night before the award ceremony.  We finish off with a couple stories that are the types of missions that you are grateful to walk away from when you work in this field. We end with a thank you message to the Coast Guard Aviation Association.  Enjoy!    https://therealresq.com/home https://www.facebook.com/therealresq https://www.instagram.com/therealresq   Thank you for sponsoring this episode of The Real ResQ; Breeze-Eastern, https://www.breeze-eastern.com/ Axnes https://www.axnes.com/ SR3 Rescue Concepts, https://sr3rescueconcepts.com/ Rescue Swimmer Shop, https://www.rescueswimmershop.com/

Veterans  Radio
Father's Day 2022

Veterans Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 54:00


This week's one hour radio broadcast with host Dale Throneberry is a collection of personal stories about our fathers who have served in the military. My Dad, William Clifton Throneberry, enlisted in the Coast Guard in 1943 at the age of 38.  He didn't want to be drafted because they had raised the draft age to 40. He was a Chief Petty Officer E-7. He was assigned to LST (Landing Ship Tank) 884 and sailed it from New Orleans through the Panama Canal to Hawaii and then on to Iwo Jima, in February 1945, where his LST unloaded troops and supplies shortly after the invasion. From Iwo Jima they went to Okinawa to participate in that landing when their ship was hit by a Kamakazi on April 8, 1945 and had to abandon ship when it caught fire. He and a number of other crew return to the ship to fight the fire and try to save the lives of the Marines trapped in the hull. They were unsuccessful and it haunted him the rest of his life. That was the end of the war for him.  LST884 was towed back to Pearl Harbor and by the time it was repaired WW II was over. This was just one of many stories shared this week on Veterans Radio

Light Hearted
Light Hearted ep 178 – Craig Wilson, Old Mackinac Point, MI; Karen Hintz, Eagle Harbor, MI

Light Hearted

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 57:37


There are two interviews related to Michigan lighthouses in this episode, plus a special "Be a Lighthouse" segment for Father's Day, with co-host Sarah MacHugh interviewing her father about his company, Adaptive Design Hudson River. Old Mackinac Point Light Station, Michigan. Photo by Jeremy D'Entremont. The Straits of Mackinac, which connect Lake Michigan and Lake Huron and also mark the dividing line between Michigan's Upper and Lower peninsulas, were treacherous for mariners. The first lighthouse in the area was established in 1829. Mackinac Point, at the northern tip of Michigan's Lower Peninsula, was given a fog signal in 1890. A 50-foot-tall lighthouse was added to the station in 1892, built of cream city brick and attached to the keepers' house. Craig Wilson The construction of the Mackinac Bridge in 1957 rendered the lighthouse obsolete. The lighthouse property was purchased by the Mackinac Island State Park Commission in 1960, and it was incorporated into a state park. Today, the light station is open to the public from late spring to fall, with a maritime museum in the keepers' house. Craig Wilson is the chief curator for Mackinac State Historic Parks. Eagle Harbor Light Station, Michigan. Photo by Jeremy D'Entremont. Eagle Harbor Light is one of several light stations that guide mariners on Lake Superior across the northern edge of the Keweenaw Peninsula. The original lighthouse, built in 1851, was replaced in 1871 by the present red brick structure. In 1999, Congress transferred ownership of the Eagle Harbor Light Station to the Keweenaw County Historical Society. The U.S. Coast Guard continues to operate the light at the top of the tower as an active navigational aid. Karen Hintz Karen Hintz is the vice president of the Keweenaw County Historical Society.

Rescue Swimmer Mindset Podcast
Helicopter Incident | Training Schedule Science | Athletic Self-Care

Rescue Swimmer Mindset Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 39:49


Cody and Vince discuss the future of the Rescue Swimmer Mindset, how to best break down ones yearly training schedule to maximize athletic development, mental and physical self-care techniques and a helicopter incident during Advanced Helicopter Rescue Swimmer school. Watch Full Episode on Youtube HERE.

Federal Newscast
Coast Guard cyber expert says ransomware attack on federal agency is more than likely

Federal Newscast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 9:54


In today's Federal Newscast, the Coast Guard's Cyber Red and Blue Team Branch chief says that a ransomware attack is probably coming to a federal agency soon.

The Transition
How The The Institue of Veterans and Military Families (IVMF) at Syracuse University is Serving The Veteran Entrepreneurial Ecosystem with Misty Fox, Director of Entrepreneurship and Small Business at IVMF

The Transition

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 56:44


Be sure to subscribe to the Transition Newsletter on Substack here: https://bit.ly/37Bb8NeLearn more about IVMF here: https://ivmf.syracuse.edu/programs/entrepreneurship/

EWN - Engineering With Nature
Leveraging Federal Partnering to Infuse Nature into Urban Community Resilience

EWN - Engineering With Nature

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 30:46


Welcome to Episode 4! We're discussing the role of EWN and nature-based solutions (NBS) in addressing urban challenges to build community and regional resilience. Host Sarah Thorne is joined by new co-host, Burton Suedel, Research Biologist at the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE); Abby Hall, Senior Advisor on Local and Regional Planning, with the Office of Community Revitalization, at the US Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA); and Jim McPherson, Federal Coordinating Officer for Region 1, with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).   Jim has had a long career in disaster response, first with the U.S. Coast Guard, where he participated in the response to Hurricane Katrina, now a Federal Coordinating Officer with FEMA. Jim's current role is coordinating all federal agencies in a disaster, including USACE: “One of my favorite agencies to work with is the US Army Corps of Engineers because they are the nation's toolbox. They can do anything.”   Abby grew up in rural Oklahoma as a citizen of the Cherokee Nation and studied anthropology at Stanford University. Her environmental education work at the EPA focused on helping people gain more access to green space in their day-to-day lives, whether it be big city parks, urban trees, community gardens, or creek trails. This led to her focus on green infrastructure for disaster resilience: “Resilience is a community's ability to survive disasters and to be ready for the impacts of climate change, protecting public health, delivering environmental justice, preserving a culture, strengthening the local economy, for long-term success of the community overall, not just in the context of natural disasters.”   The EWN Program has a relatively new focus on urban landscapes and the environment.  As Burton notes, “EWN has funded a research task specifically looking at how EWN concepts and principles have been and could be incorporated into urban settings and landscapes. There are multiple challenges at the urban level. We're thinking about managing flood and storm risk. We want to improve the ecosystem functions associated with community infrastructure. And we also want to improve the water quality and flood protection in these areas and by so doing, improve the public health and social benefits.”   The focus of EPA's Greening America's Communities Program is similar. Abby says, “It's one of my favorite things I get to work on at EPA. It's a design assistance program for communities where EPA and a team of landscape architects and urban designers come to a community and hold workshops with a range of local perspectives to put together a vision for what green infrastructure solutions should literally look like. We're talking to the school kids who need a green street to walk from home to school. We're talking to the farmers who need a space in town to create a farmers' market. We're really bringing together different perspectives to design that green infrastructure and people love the approach because it's fun, it's engaging and it's visual. Whether it's a city or a tribal community, they can use the pictures created to fundraise and actually get their designs built.”   The EPA, working with FEMA and a regional land use agency in the San Francisco Bay area, developed the Regional Resilience Toolkit to help regions and communities to become more resilient. It presents a 5-step process to bring together government and non-government regional partners to produce the top priorities for resilience investments across a region to plan, fund and build large-scale green infrastructure. The process meets FEMA's requirements for its hazard mitigation planning program, which means the priority action is eligible for FEMA funding.  And as Burton notes, “The Toolkit is a really good enabler, not only for the EPA, but as a way to collaborate with USACE and others looking for increased inter-agency collaboration, and perhaps for conducting pilot projects and other projects going forward.”   Jim emphasizes the importance of these approaches being actionable. “It's very important that we do these studies, but it's more important that we have an action plan. FEMA is really results-driven. We're action-orientated we don't just want to pass information.” As an example, Jim describes a coordinated response to homelessness in Hartford, Connecticut: “FEMA was putting everybody into a hotel during COVID, but people weren't getting any services, they were basically just housed. Then we got together with fed, states, locals, our USACE Lead Field Coordinator, and she starts looking at all the types of things that we could bring into this hotel -- organic gardening, vertical gardening, having residents compost leftover food from local restaurants, putting solar panels on the roof and having some who are formerly homeless people get training. Now we're using all the wraparound services from the federal, state, and local governments. When we talk about vulnerable populations, there has to be a solution. It can't just be identifying that we have a housing, a homeless situation. What am I going to do about it?”   Taking a holistic approach to building community resilience is a key theme of this episode.  Abby comments that, “EPA's Equitable Resilience Assistance Program reflects a priority across the federal government to look at how equitable our programs and funding are. We're working with states and tribes, focusing on large funding streams, starting at federal sources and flowing through states and tribal governments, and how can those be more thoughtfully distributed.”     As the episode wraps up, Burton emphasizes the growing need to renew existing infrastructure, relating how the concrete and steel structures constructed over the past 100 years must be modified, repaired, or replaced. “When we replace this infrastructure, we need to think about ways we can increase the value associated with it, going beyond intended engineering objectives, to include environmental, social, and economic benefits. One of the best ways to do that is to incorporate nature-based solutions into these projects to provide greater benefits.”      Collaborating with agency partners to bring a full slate of expertise and resources to address multiple challenges at the community level is really the key to building resilience.   Related Links EWN Website ERDC Website Burton Suedel at LinkedIn Burton Suedel at EWN   Abby Hall at LinkedIn Smart Growth at EPA EPA Community Revitalization on Facebook EPA's Greening America's Communities Program Reports from Greening America's Communities Projects Greening America's Capitals – Little Rock, Arkansas EPA's Regional Resilience Toolkit MMSD 2019 Resilience Plan - A Blueprint for the Future EPA's Equitable Resilience Assistance Program   Jim McPherson at LinkedIn FEMA Region 1 Hurricane Katrina Hartford Courant – Former hotel in Hartford's South Meadows to become new emergency shelter for men

SpyCast
SPY CHIEFS: “From Navy Analyst to State Dept. Intelligence Chief” – Ellen McCarthy's Journey (Part 1 of 2)

SpyCast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 54:39


Summary Ellen McCarthy (Twitter; LinkedIn) joins Andrew (Twitter; LinkedIn) to discuss her career and time as head of the State Department's intelligence agency. INR is one of the 18 U.S. intelligence agencies. What You'll Learn Intelligence Her start as a Soviet submarine analyst in the Office of Naval Intelligence  Bringing the U.S. Coast Guard intel. program into the Intelligence Community (IC)  Working for DoD and Geospatial-Intelligence Why she admires the Bureau of Intelligence and Research (INR)  Reflections Government/for-profit/non-profit life Managing complexity and change  And much, much more… Episode Notes Imagine seeing a pyramid from different angles and different heights instead of from one vantage point? You get a better sense of what it truly looks like, its dimensions, colors, idiosyncrasies, and the shadows it casts, right? Ellen McCarthy has seen more of the U.S. Intelligence Community (IC) pyramid than most: she started as a junior analyst for the U.S. Navy Office of Naval Intelligence and ended up as the head of the State Dept.'s Bureau of Intelligence and Research (INR). Along the way, she was with the U.S. Coast Guard, in the Office of the Undersecretary of Defense for Intelligence, and at the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency.  Quite the journey, I am sure you will agree… And… INR has been called the “biggest little intelligence shop in town” and its morning intelligence summary, “Better than Wheaties.” The NYT called it the “least wrong” intelligence agency on Iraq possessing weapons of mass destruction (WMD), and it has been credited for a more accurate assessment of Ukraine's ability to withstand Russia than its peers. “They get paid attention to because they're good and they tend to be contrarian,” notes a former chair of the National Intelligence Council. How do they manage this? Well, big question, but the deep, deep expertise of their staff – who are on average on their regional or functional area for over a decade – as well as an “intolerance for mediocrity” would be good places to start. Quote of the Week "The Geographer of the United States sits in INR. I don't think a lot of people know that. So, when there's a boundary dispute or you've got countries trying to build islands, it's INR that's actually working what the legal boundaries are. The other thing that INR does that a lot of folks don't know about is polling. Polling in the intelligence community is conducted at INR…And I will tell you that the polling capability at INR is the best I've ever seen." – Ellen McCarthy  Resources *SpyCasts* “State Department Intelligence: Inside the INR” – INR Leadership (2020) Beginner Resources Bureau of Intelligence and Research, Wikipedia [webpage] Learn About the Smallest Organization in the IC, YouTube (n.d.) [1:45 minute] Geographer of the United States, YouTube, (2011) [13:24 minute] Books “Intelligence Informs Policymaking at DoS: INR,” T. King in T. Juneau, ed. Strategic Analysis in Support of Policymaking, R&L (2017), pp. 95-110. Reducing Uncertainty: Intelligence Analysis & National Security, T. Fingar, SUP (2011) INR, Intelligence & Research at State, U.S. DoS (1973) Article The U.S. Intelligence Community Needs a ‘Wild Bill' Moment, E. McCarthy & M. Scott, Cipher Brief (2021) Video SPYCHAT: Ellen McCarthy & Chris Costa, YouTube (2021) The New IC: Ellen McCarthy Keynote, YouTube (2019) FedMentor: NGA's Ellen McCarthy, YouTube (2014) Primary Sources INR: 2025 Strategic Plan (2022) Oral History with Teresita Schaeffer (1998) Oral History with Thomas F. Conlon (1992) Oral History with Frank Burnet, (1990) Oral History with Daniel Zachary (1989) *Wildcard Resource* The Ralph J. Bunche Library State Dept. Library named after OSS intelligence analyst, diplomat & Nobel Prize Winner Dr. Bunche

Fierce Calling with Doris Swift
Karen Whiting: Helping Families Thrive Through Creativity and Devotions

Fierce Calling with Doris Swift

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 37:25


Have you ever felt like an epic-fail mom? Need help in the creativity department? My guest today, Karen Whiting, has a heart for helping families thrive through creativity and devotions. Hear about the heart behind her book Growing a Mother's Heart: Devotions of Faith, Hope, and Love From Mothers Past, Present, and Future. Karen is a repeat guest on Fierce Calling and it was so great having her back on the show! Karen has a gift for making creative things from whatever you've got hanging around the house. She even wrote a book with her daughter filled with Bible craft gift ideas all made out of paper! Hear how she helped a little neighbor girl when this darling showed up at her home and told her, "My mom lost her sparkle..." We're also talking about baking bread, gratitude-filled hearts, and an Imagination Tour in China. I know what Karen has to say will encourage, inspire, and challenge you--so listen in while I have a chat with Karen Whiting. By the Way... Fierce Calling is on the Spark Network which can be found on the Edifi App! Fierce Calling is one of many Christian podcasts available on the Edifi app. To listen to this podcast and other amazing Christian podcasts, go to the Apple or Google Play stores and download the app today! Favorite Quotes from Helping Families Thrive Through Creativity and Devotions "If our hearts are filled with the gratitude for the blessings, then it's much easier to reach out in love to others.""This is what we can do with what you've got.""How do we make meals successful?" --Karen Whiting Connect with Karen! You can connect with Karen at karenwhiting.com and grab her books!. Karen Whiting Grab copies to give as gifts! Karen Whiting Karen Whiting More about Karen... Karen Whiting Karen Whiting is a mother of two daughters and three sons (including rocket scientists), a grandmother of twelve, and raised her children from Hawaii to New York, and Michigan to Florida, as her late husband served in the U.S. Coast Guard. She's an author of twenty-seven books, an international speaker, a certified writing and marketing coach, and a former television host. She writes to help grow tomorrow's wholesome families today. She enjoys crafts, baking, Zumba, and family activities.Her family adventures include camel riding in the Canary Islands, white water rafting in Australia, horseback riding in the ocean in Jamaica, scuba diving off Bermuda's coast, camping across America, and river cruising in China. Let's Stay Connected! Scroll down and grab my free resources and when you do, you will also receive my free monthly newsletter with more encouragement! Love Fierce Calling? By following, rating, and leaving a review over at Podchaser, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you listen to podcasts you can help others discover the show too! Do You Need a Speaker for Your Next Women's Event? Check out my speaking page, grab my flyer, and let's talk about me speaking at your next women's event... I love speaking God's truth into the lives of women! Free Gifts for You... Grab one of my free downloads by scrolling down to the bottom of the page! Love & God's Perfect Peace to You!

Behind The Mission
BTM73 - Dr. Alex Balbir - Wounded Warrior Program Independence Services

Behind The Mission

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 31:32


About Today's GuestAlex Balbir serves as the director for Independence Services. Prior to joining Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP), he served as a health care consultant supporting the Department of Defense Military Health System and as the deputy director and chief of operations for clinical research at the National Intrepid Center of Excellence. Alex is a Navy reservist, serving as a health care administrator in the Medical Service Corps.He obtained his doctorate of philosophy in public health from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, focusing his research on sleep disorders in brain injury. He also has a master's of business administration from the University of North Carolina Kenan-Flagler Business School, focusing on organizational management and entrepreneurship.Alex connects, serves, and empowers warriors in his role as independence services director.Links Mentioned In This EpisodeWounded Warrior Project Web SiteWWP Independence ProgramPsychArmor Resource of the WeekThe PsychArmor Resource of the Week is the PsychArmor course How to Talk to Someone with a Disability. As you've heard in this episode, a significant number of service members leave the military as a result of catastrophic injuries or illnesses, and this course is designed to equip volunteers with the knowledge and tools necessary to effectively and confidently communicate with someone who has a disability. You can find a link to the resource here: https://learn.psycharmor.org/courses/how-to-talk-to-someone-with-a-disability This Episode Sponsored By:This episode is sponsored by PsychArmor, the premier education and learning ecosystem specializing in military culture content. PsychArmor offers an online e-learning laboratory with custom training options for organizations.Contact Us and Join Us on Social Media Email PsychArmorPsychArmor on TwitterPsychArmor on FacebookPsychArmor on YouTubePsychArmor on LinkedInPsychArmor on InstagramTheme MusicOur theme music Don't Kill the Messenger was written and performed by Navy Veteran Jerry Maniscalco, in cooperation with Operation Encore, a non profit committed to supporting singer/songwriter and musicians across the military and Veteran communities.Producer and Host Duane France is a retired Army Noncommissioned Officer, combat veteran, and clinical mental health counselor for service members, veterans, and their families.  You can find more about the work that he is doing at www.veteranmentalhealth.com  

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Say It Skillfully™
Say It Skillfully® – Admiral Sandy Stosz, “Always Swing the Bat”

Say It Skillfully™

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 59:05


Say It Skillfully® is a show that helps you to benefit from Molly Tschang's expert guidance on the best possible ways to speak your mind at work in a positive and productive manner. In Episode 135, Molly is joined by U.S. Coast Guard Admiral Sandy Stosz, who shares 40 years of navigating more than her fair share of firsts. In times of crisis and complexity she puts action to the words “leading with integrity.” (And for those dealing with a “bad boss,” don't miss how to handle this!) “Shy and unconfident” is how Sandy started. Parents who instilled “you are your core values” and her tomboy youth with 3 younger brothers prepared her well to hold her own and work with men. Her disarming honesty is in abundance as she's forthright about continually being “rendered humble” by not being the smartest, fastest or best looking... “very average!” Athletics and coaches were gamechangers in Sandy's limitless hard work and perseverance. “No silver platters… it was always, always hard.” She talks of not realizing she was even “breaking glass”— Title IX was just starting to support women in sport, as she was in the 3rd USGG class to have women (60% attrition). In the Coast Guard, role changes were every 2-3 years, never letting one find their stride for long: adapt, adjust, be agile were the only options. As the first woman to command an icebreaker on the Great Lakes and lead a US armed forces service academy, she shares numerous “aha” (some painful) learnings with men who didn't believe she belonged (and how women weren't exactly super supportive of one another). Resignation letter in hand, she came sooo close to giving it all up. A must hear for those who need to amp up their “competence—confidence” in the eyes of others… Sandy's mantra: “always swing the bat.” And all the “poor leadership” taught her: #1) Somehow get along w/ that leader – humble yourself to understand this boss #2) Learn what you don't want to do… This fueled her quest to be the very best leader she could be. Numerous leadership and life lessons abound in this open-hearted account of how Sandy persevered to take the burden of being the first and turn it into an opportunity of a lifetime. And don't miss 40 decades of leadership gems in Sandy's book, “Breaking Ice & Breaking Glass”—inspiring us to help all be safe, seen and heard, and be our true and best selves. Molly's thought for the week (anonymous): What consumes your mind controls your life. More on Sandy here: https://sandrastosz.com More ways to help you #sayitskillfully! * Feel suffocated by your boss's micro-management habit? http://bit.ly/3sY8Gtq * All Molly's resources here: https://sayitskillfully.com

AOPA Never Again
See or Be Seen (June 2022)

AOPA Never Again

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 8:48


A Coast Guard air crew member witnesses first hand the necessity of approaching backcountry flights with rescue and survivability in mind. (By Thomas W. Gross) Got a Never Again of your own to share? Email pilot@aopa.org and we may publish yours in AOPA Pilot magazine.

Light Hearted
Light Hearted ep 177 – Marquette Harbor Lighthouse and Maritime Museum, Michigan

Light Hearted

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 51:41


The city of Marquette, Michigan, is a major port on Lake Superior that's known primarily for the shipping of iron ore. In the mid-1800s, Marquette's railroad links to numerous mines made it the leading shipping port of Michigan's Upper Peninsula. It also became a popular summer destination with steamships bringing passengers who filled the city's hotels and resorts. Marquette Harbor Lighthouse, Michigan. Photo by Jeremy D'Entremont. Marquette's first lighthouse, a stone tower built in 1853, was poorly built and it had to be replaced in 1866 by the structure that still stands today. It's a one-and-one-half story brick building with an attached 40-foot-tall lighthouse tower. In 2002, the Coast Guard leased the building to the Marquette Maritime Museum. In 2016, ownership was conveyed to the City of Marquette. Left to right: Hilary Billman, Kurt Fosburg, Nick Korstad, and Frederick Stonehouse at the Marquette Maritime Museum, in front of the second-order Fresnel lens from Stannard Rock Lighthouse. Frederick Stonehouse  has authored over thirty books on maritime history, many of them focusing on the Great Lakes, and he's also president of the Marquette Maritime Museum. Hilary Billman is the director of the Marquette Maritime Museum. Kurt Fosburg is a professional lampist and also vice president of the maritime museum. Also taking part in the discussion is Nick Korstad, owner of the Big Bay Point Lighthouse B&B near Marquette. Photo by Jeremy D'Entremont.

Real Vision Presents...
My Life in 4 Trades - Jared Dillian Believes Every Trader Is an Artist

Real Vision Presents...

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 50:08


Here's a full-length episode from Real Vision's original series, My Life in 4 Trades - be sure to subscribe. Jared Dillian's journey is as unconventional as it is compelling. From serving in the U.S. Coast Guard to trading over a billion dollars a day on Wall Street, Dillian has seen and done more than most ever will. Dillian joins Maggie Lake to discuss some of his best and worst trades, and he explains his theory that every trader, in one way or another, is an artist. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Transition
What It Takes To Be A Venture Backable Startup with Seda Goff, Director of Veteran Entrepreneurship At The PenFed Foundation

The Transition

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 59:33


Today on the Transition, I'm joined by Seda Goff, The Director of Veteran Entrepreneurship at the PenFed Foundation, a nonprofit that provides American military and veterans with resources for a secure financial future. On the show, Seda and I talk about what it takes to position yourself as a venture backable startup, the educational programs offered by the PenFed Foundation, and what emerging industries she's most excited about. If you're interested in raising capital for your startup, this is an episode you don't want to miss. Be sure to subscribe to the Transition Newsletter on Substack here: https://bit.ly/37Bb8Ne To learn more the PenFed Foundation's Veteran Entrepreneur Investment Program (VEIP) visit: https://veip.penfedfoundation.org/

Jus Cogens : The International Law Podcast
Unpacking Frontex a.k.a European Border and Coast Guard Agency Ft. Mariana Gkliati | 39 | JC

Jus Cogens : The International Law Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 54:21


This episode is the second and final edition of a two-part collaboration with the Netherlands Network for Human Rights Research (NNHRR) at T.M.C. Asser Institute for International & European Law. In this episode, we speak to Prof. Mariana Gkliati about one of Europe's most important border enforcement actors, Frontex. Particularly, we look at ways of holding the agency accountable for fundamental rights violations while zooming in on a spate of recent developments affecting Frontex and its future. Our Socials: Twitter: @JCLawPodcast Blog: https://juscogens.law.blog/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JCLawPodcast

My Life in 4 Trades
Jared Dillian Believes Every Trader Is an Artist

My Life in 4 Trades

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 50:08


Jared Dillian's journey is as unconventional as it is compelling. From serving in the U.S. Coast Guard to trading over a billion dollars a day on Wall Street, Dillian has seen and done more than most ever will. Dillian joins Maggie Lake to discuss some of his best and worst trades, and he explains his theory that every trader, in one way or another, is an artist.

KRBD Evening Report
Tuesday, June 7, 2022

KRBD Evening Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 13:44


On tonight's KRBD Evening Report:Ketchikan's school board will consider giving tribal leaders more of a say in how the district spends federal grant money, Plus, the Coast Guard evacuates a cruise ship passenger south of Ketchikan,And, a fire destroys a fishing and hunting business in Whale Pass.

Behind The Mission
BTM72 – Amy Looney Heffernan – The Travis Manion Foundation

Behind The Mission

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 28:24


About Today's GuestEver since her late husband, LT (SEAL) Brendan Looney was killed in Afghanistan on September 21, 2010 and awarded the Bronze Star with Valor, Amy Looney has served as an inspirational champion for families of fallen service members, military families, veterans, and American troops. Serving as Vice President of Travis Manion Foundation, Amy leads a national movement focused on empowering veterans & families of the fallen to foster the next generation of leaders in the mission to unite communities to strengthen America's national character. She is dedicated to carrying on the legacy of her late husband and friend, Travis Manion, who are buried side by side in Arlington National Cemetery. A personal tragedy fueled an impassioned advocate to inspire, motivate, and empower individuals, communities, and a nation, to honor the fallen by challenging the living. A consistent voice to the national conversation and advocacy of veterans & families of the fallen, Amy is frequently invited to address national audiences on Fox News, CNN, CBS, TED-X, in written publications such as the Washington Post, and multiple personal appearances spanning the US.  She is the co-author of the newly released book, The Knock at the Door. Amy received her Bachelor's degree in Business Management from Johns Hopkins University and her Master's in Public Administration from George Washington University.  Amy currently resides in the Chicago area with her husband, Joel, and their two daughters, Grace and Alana.Links Mentioned In This EpisodeTravis Manion Foundation Web SiteThe Knock at the DoorPsychArmor Resource of the WeekThe PsychArmor Resource of the Week is the PsychArmor course Why Veterans are an Invaluable Resrouce in the Community. In this course, community leaders will learn about why taking the time to embark on a collaboration journey can ensure that veterans and their families unlock their full potential and apply their invaluable skills back into their communities. You can find a link to the resource here: https://learn.psycharmor.org/courses/why-veterans-are-an-invaluable-resource-in-the-community This Episode Sponsored By:This episode is sponsored by PsychArmor, the premier education and learning ecosystem specializing in military culture content. PsychArmor offers an online e-learning laboratory with custom training options for organizations.Contact Us and Join Us on Social Media Email PsychArmorPsychArmor on TwitterPsychArmor on FacebookPsychArmor on YouTubePsychArmor on LinkedInPsychArmor on InstagramTheme MusicOur theme music Don't Kill the Messenger was written and performed by Navy Veteran Jerry Maniscalco, in cooperation with Operation Encore, a non profit committed to supporting singer/songwriter and musicians across the military and Veteran communities.Producer and Host Duane France is a retired Army Noncommissioned Officer, combat veteran, and clinical mental health counselor for service members, veterans, and their families.  You can find more about the work that he is doing at www.veteranmentalhealth.com  

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The John Batchelor Show
#Energy: LNG Supremacy & the Price of Everything. Bernard “Bud” Weinstein @TheHill, formerly at McGuire Energy Institute, Southern Methodist University; Goodenough College, London

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 9:10


Photo: COVE POINT, Maryland (July 25, 2003)--The Coast Guard provides a security zone for the first shipment of liquified natural gas to Cove Point, Md., in 23 years. #Energy: LNG Supremacy & the Price of Everything. Bernard “Bud” Weinstein  @TheHill,  formerly at McGuire Energy Institute, Southern Methodist University; Goodenough College, London    https://pgjonline.com/news/2022/june/data-shows-may-us-lng-exports-reach-2nd-highest-as-latin-america-shipments-gain

The Niall Boylan Show
Deputy CEO of Water Safety Ireland speaks to Niall about water safety ahead of the June Bank Holiday

The Niall Boylan Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 7:28


As the June Bank Holiday approaches, the Coast Guard, RNLI and Water Safety Ireland have issued a joint water safety appeal. Deputy CEO Roger Sweeney from Water Safety Ireland joins Niall on the line. You can check out https://watersafety.ie for all the information See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Federal Newscast
The first female U.S. military service chief is sworn in

Federal Newscast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 7:53


In today's Federal Newscast, it's official: the U.S. military has its first-ever female service chief.

The Transition
How To Find The Customers You Are Passionate About Serving with Anthony Garcia, Founder & CEO of Purepost Inc.

The Transition

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 62:25


Today on the Transition, I'm joined by Army Veteran Anthony Garcia, Founder & CEO of Purepost, Inc, a cloud based software company that fully-translates military service members experience into transferable civilian skills, job titles and descriptions. Anthony and the Purpose team are on a mission to advance Veterans careers, and help companies quickly and easily bring America's best talent into their workforce.Anthony is the real deal and has been hooking and jabbing in Silicon Valley, for more than ten years, working on tech startups to serve transitioning veterans. As a Combat Veteran, who experienced his fair share of PTSD and Mental Health Challenges, as a result of his combat and entrepreneurial experiences, when it comes to taking off his armor this episode, Anthony leads the way. On the show, Anthony opens up about bootstrapping Purepost, the mental health challenges that come with entrepreneurship, and why he's so passionate about serving veterans. Find Purepost at: https://www.purepost.co/"Mission Transition: Navigating the Opportunities and Obstacles to Your Post-Military Career" by Matt Louis: https://tinyurl.com/49cmharpIf you want to get plugged into the Bunker Labs ecosystem, visit www.BunkerLabs.org

2020Talks
2022Talks - June 2, 2022

2020Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 3:00


A shooting at a Tulsa hospital becomes the 233rd mass shooting of 2022, a NYC subway shooting victim sues Glock, Australia sends infant formula to the U.S., and the Coast Guard gets its first female commandant.

PBS NewsHour - World
News Wrap: Buffalo grand jury formally charges suspect for racist rampage that killed 10

PBS NewsHour - World

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 4:43


In our news wrap Wednesday, a grand jury in Buffalo formally charged a white 18-year-old suspect for the massacre of 10 Black people at a supermarket, Sheryl Sandberg is stepping down as chief operating officer for Meta, Shanghai residents celebrated the end of a COVID lockdown, President Biden held a roundtable with baby formula makers and Adm. Linda Fagan became Commandant of the Coast Guard. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

PBS NewsHour - Segments
News Wrap: Buffalo grand jury formally charges suspect for racist rampage that killed 10

PBS NewsHour - Segments

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 4:43


In our news wrap Wednesday, a grand jury in Buffalo formally charged a white 18-year-old suspect for the massacre of 10 Black people at a supermarket, Sheryl Sandberg is stepping down as chief operating officer for Meta, Shanghai residents celebrated the end of a COVID lockdown, President Biden held a roundtable with baby formula makers and Adm. Linda Fagan became Commandant of the Coast Guard. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

PBS NewsHour - Health
News Wrap: Buffalo grand jury formally charges suspect for racist rampage that killed 10

PBS NewsHour - Health

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 4:43


In our news wrap Wednesday, a grand jury in Buffalo formally charged a white 18-year-old suspect for the massacre of 10 Black people at a supermarket, Sheryl Sandberg is stepping down as chief operating officer for Meta, Shanghai residents celebrated the end of a COVID lockdown, President Biden held a roundtable with baby formula makers and Adm. Linda Fagan became Commandant of the Coast Guard. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

PBS NewsHour - Politics
News Wrap: Buffalo grand jury formally charges suspect for racist rampage that killed 10

PBS NewsHour - Politics

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 4:43


In our news wrap Wednesday, a grand jury in Buffalo formally charged a white 18-year-old suspect for the massacre of 10 Black people at a supermarket, Sheryl Sandberg is stepping down as chief operating officer for Meta, Shanghai residents celebrated the end of a COVID lockdown, President Biden held a roundtable with baby formula makers and Adm. Linda Fagan became Commandant of the Coast Guard. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

Remarkable People Podcast
Phil Cohen | Losing Your Only Child, Overcoming the Grief, & Becoming the Buffalo | S5 E92

Remarkable People Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 73:39


Have you heard the one about the young man who grew up in a Jewish-Italian home, married his high school sweetheart, and even though it ended in divorce, had a beautiful son together? You know, the one where the teenage son goes out on a fishing trip with his friend and ends up being the largest search and rescue event ever recorded in US Coast Guard history?In this remarkable episode, our guest is going to openly share the grieving he went through, the struggle of drug addiction while he tried to medicate the pain, and how he found hope and turned things around to become free from the grief. All this and much, much more in this week's episode of the Remarkable People Podcast, the Phil Cohen story!“Even though I don't have a Masters degree in psychology, I have a PhD in experience.” – Phil Cohen GUEST BIO: Phil Cohen is a keynote/ TEDx speaker, grief coach, and creator of The Grief Continuum™, a framework for helping others grow, flourish and overcome despair by discovering and developing their inner resilience. For over 25 years, Phil has helped global technology start-ups grow and prosper through developing their sales teams. After experiencing the sudden loss of his son, in what turned out to be the most extensive search in U.S. Coast Guard history, Phil has found a renewed purpose in helping others to integrate grief into their own lives after experiencing the inevitable traumas, tragedies, and transitions in life. EPISODE PROUDLY SPONSORED BY: Ascend 2 Glory: Sales & Marketing Video Guide SHOW NOTES, GUEST CONTACT INFO, SPECIAL OFFERS, & OTHER RESOURCES MENTIONED:Guest Contact Info:Website: https://www.philcohen.comLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/cohenphil/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/phil.cohen1Resources Mentioned: Phil's TEDx presentation- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=irvSnfYNquc&t=73s HOW TO SUPPORT THE REMARKABLE PEOPLE PODCAST:Subscribe, Rate, & Review  us on YouTube, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or your favorite Podcast PlayerShare the podcast or specific episodes with your family, friends, and co-workersSponsor an Episode or Donate what you can financially to help us continue to bring great content that inspires you and people like you around the world! HAVE A QUESTION?Click Here to Connect with David THE NOT-SO-FINE-PRINT DISCLAIMER: While we are very thankful for all of our guests, please understand that we do not necessarily hold or endorse the same beliefs, views, and positions that they may have. We respectfully agree to disagree in some areas, and thank God for the blessing and privilege of free will.Support the show