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Making the Argument with Nick Freitas
Is Our Country Taking Care Of Its Veterans?

Making the Argument with Nick Freitas

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 38:46


I sat down with retired Colonel and former US Senate candidate Daniel Gade to discuss how the Federal government is failing our veterans and how we can better take care of them. Support this podcast

Loving Liberty Radio Network
11-22-2021 Washington Watch Live with Tony Perkins

Loving Liberty Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 54:10


Travis Weber, FRC's Vice President for Policy and Government Affairs, discusses the House passing the Democrats' massive spending bill, the NDAA provision forcing women into the military draft, and a Chinese tennis star goes missing after making a sexual assault allegation against a former Chinese communist party official. Cissie Graham Lynch, host of the “Fearless” podcast, talks about this year's Operation Christmas Child. Bob Maginnis, author and retired U.S. Army Lt. Colonel, unpacks what China's second hypersonic missile test could mean for the United States. Dr. Robert Malone, Chief Medical and Regulatory Officer for The Unity Project and virologist whose work has focused on mRNA technology, shares why he is opposed to COVID vaccine mandates, especially for children, and predicts the future of COVID. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/loving-liberty/support

The MODUS Files - A Fallout 76 Enclave Podcast Series

It's been almost a year since Vault 76 opened and the residents found themselves in an Appalachia none of them recognized. The Scorched have loomed large over everything in the region...even as the Vaulters struggled to begin rebuilding. The New Enclave has risen at the Whitespring and spread its influence. But now, after Sunnytop, the Colonel realizes they are no longer alone, and the Scorched must be dealt with before these newcomers are exposed, infected, and carry the plague to the world. We now learn the history of Operation Beowulf and set the stage for what is to come...a battle to decide whether Appalachia belonged to humanity or the monsters.

The Patriots In Tune Podcast
BUILD BACK BROKE...? Special Guest: COLONEL (RET) JOHN MILLS - Patriots In Tune Show - Patriots In Tune Show - Ep. #494 - 11/18/2021

The Patriots In Tune Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 121:04


COLONEL (RET) JOHN MILLS Join Toots Sweet & The Lovely Jewels Jones - Patriots In Tune Show - Ep. # 494 Tune In Patriots, to “Patriots In Tune"

The Scuttlebutt Show
E269 Dumpster Fire Colonel Just Got Worse, Air Force Heroes and More!

The Scuttlebutt Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 57:21


https://www.patreon.com/thescuttlebuttshow ScuttleButt Merch: https://scuttlebuttshow.com The ScuttleButt Show: https://anchor.fm/thescuttlebuttshow ScuttleButt Discord: https://discord.gg/EwDXr8Etzm VETERAN CRISIS LINE: 1-800-273-8255 or text 838255 https://www.veteranscrisisline.net

Educate For Life with Kevin Conover
213 Support Our Troops with Retired USMC Colonel Patrick Kanewske

Educate For Life with Kevin Conover

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 40:02


Today on Educate For Life Radio, Kevin talks with Patrick Kanewske, who served in the United States Marine Corps and retired at the rank of Colonel after serving 33 years of active duty. He holds Masters degrees in Military Studies, Systems Technology, and International Relations. He is currently the Director of Patriots Landing a project of Operation Honor that helps heal and rehabilitate service men and women. He also serves as volunteer manager of the Answers in Genesis volunteer ministry. This episode first aired on November 11, 2021. Educate For Life with Kevin Conover airs Saturdays at 12pm. Listen live on KPRZ.com and San Diego radio AM 1210.

Shock Your Potential
Write To Influence - Carla D. Bass, Colonel, USAF (Ret)

Shock Your Potential

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 32:47


“If you learn how to write powerfully, it unlocks the doors to opportunities.” Carla Bass One of the skills that can turn out to be a superior advantage in any career is effective writing. Considered to be an essential life skill, writing makes a great difference in one's ability to convey information, a key factor that drives successful careers. Our guest today, Carla bass, found the power of writing early on in her career in the military, and says that it is the key to influencing powerful outcomes. Carla D. Bass is a retired Air Force colonel and author of the book "Write to Influence!" which has won eight national-level awards. The ability to write powerfully was central to her success. Throughout her 45-year career (30 years in the Air Force and 15 with a federal agency), she composed products for Congress, the White House, generals, and ambassadors; hundreds of performance reviews; budget justifications; award nominations; and executive memoranda. As a lieutenant colonel, Carla transformed her 480-person unit from the most losing in state-wide professional competitions into the one to beat. How? She developed her writing methodology and taught her troops to compose compelling nominations. So successful was her program that she taught thousands of Air Force members for the next 15 years – to rave reviews. She now teaches workshops to clients that include government agencies, corporations, private businesses, NGOs, and academia. The second edition of "Write to Influence!" incorporates material from her highly acclaimed workshops. These include material that covers powerful writing to banish bureaucratic blather (for the workforce) to composing resumes, input for performance reviews, grant submissions, and essays for college applications. Carla's battle cries are twofold: "Powerful writing changes lives!" and "Powerful writing is the lifeblood of effective organizations!" In today's episode, Carla talks about how writing opened opportunities for her and many others while she was working for the military. She will also highlight how she helps others tap into the power of good writing. Listen in!   Social media:  www.linkedin.com/in/carladbass/   https://www.facebook.com/WriteToInfluence01/ https://www.twitter.com/CarlaDBassWrite/   I was the child of a military family and I decided when I was in seventh grade that I was going to join Air Force intelligence. [3:24] My father was at that point an Air Force officer intelligence and since I couldn't ask him what he was doing, I decided I will join it myself to find out. [3:50] One of the proudest day of my life is when my father Colonel Sand Bass gave me the oath of office and at that point he was a veteran and had had a bad stroke. [4:58] In my 30 years, I served in many places and Bulgaria was fascinating because I was the first female defense attache for 3 years representing all of America's military to our Bulgarian counterparts. [5:31] When my father commissioned me, he gave three pieces of advice; stay focused on the job, always keep your sense of humor and always take care of your people, and they will take care of you. [7:19] My becoming an entrepreneur goes back to Hawaii, when I transform the most losing unit into the one to beat and it was a pivotal point for me. [7:46] I realized that powerful writing changes lives after I took a couple of days and developed my writing methodology which helped us transform the unit into the one to beat. [8:03] I ended up teaching that one hour writing workshop for the next 15 years to 1000s of people. [8:50] By the time I retired I had received so many testimonials from people who said my writing had benefited their entire federal career. [9:02] I realized that I have something that works and It's proven and so I have to keep sharing it. [10:10] If you learn how to write powerfully, it unlocks the doors to opportunity. [11:34] People and organizations fail to achieve their goals because of ineffective writing. [13:23] It is important to gain the critical edge by learning how to write products that are concise and compelling. [13:34] Commercial break. [13:50] I love teaching workshops and with COVID, I had to do great with webinars and I cover a multitude of programs. [15:14] I've got one hour webinars on powerful writing for professionals or even fiction writers spend the captivating tale because every word counts. [16:07] Every author is constrained by two things, the readers time and available space and therefore the writer who best leverages his time and space wins. [16:32] What I teach you how to do is make every word count, and every second of the readers time play to your advantage. [17:11] It is a two-step process involving the strategies on how you arrange the logic of your presentation of your case, and the word sculpting tools. [17:27] The big mistake that people make in writing resumes is failing to know the audience and ensuring that every word spoken is addressing the needs of the employer. [18:26] Two important tips when writing a proposal include adding details on the how and the what as well as the impact of what you have done. [19:52] Another mistake people make is to think that the first draft is [21:43] Writing is like either chess or poker because it involves strategy and once you look at it from those angles, all of a sudden it is not so intimidating. [23:59] I have 10 word sculpting tools. One of which is verbs are your friends use them or rely on them and avoid using many words to suffocate the verb. [24:30] By sculpting out all of those useless words and redundancies, you not only tighten up the text, but you buy yourself more strategic opportunity. [25:54] Tool number two is called not to use words that hogs space to go from writing fat, to writing skinny. [26:56] Word sculpting tool number ten Is revise, edit, and proofread and these are three distinct functions, each with a separate list of criteria for which you search. [29:27] Learning to write powerfully is a life skill which need to be taught and passed down young adults because they're not getting it in school. [31:36] ……………………………………. Thank you to our November Sponsor: Entrepreneur's Guide to Financial Well-Being or Wayne Titus Imagine starting a long journey without a map…or even a clear idea of the obstacles ahead. That's exactly what it's like for entrepreneurs who start companies with a lot of passion, but without the financial expertise to grow and scale their businesses and create long-term wealth for their families.  Wayne Titus shows you how to find a financial adviser who can help you map a better journey. In his book, The Entrepreneur's Guide to Financial Well-Being.  With the right adviser at your side, you'll have the freedom to focus on what really matters to you. Get The Entrepreneur's Guide to Financial Well-Being at Amazon.com and in the virtual bookstore on the Shock Your Potential app.

Combat Story
Combat Story (Ep 50): Vincent Speranza | WWII Veteran | Battle of the Bulge | Airborne Beer | Author

Combat Story

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 127:08


Today we have a special Veterans Day 50th Episode of Combat Story from Vincent Speranza, who was a paratrooper in the storied 101st Airborne Division in World War II. Vince was a machine gunner at the Battle of the Bulge where he and his fellow paratroopers held Bastogne after being encircled by the Germans. [Sponsor: This episode is brought to you by Loansteady LLC. A small-by-design lender, Loansteady believes in bringing a much-needed dose of humanity to the mortgage process. With their experience, agility, and creativity at Loansteady, they offer better rates, a simpler process and a much stronger personal connection. They're here to find a mortgage that works for you, not the other way around. They are waiving all lender fees for Veterans in 2021. Visit http://www.loansteady.com/combatstory to request a rate quote or start an application. Loansteady LLC, All rights reserved, NMLS# 1701910, (www.nmlsconsumeraccess.org/), Equal Housing Lender. For more licensing information, please visit https://www.loansteady.com/licenses-and-legal.] While fighting, Vince earned a Bronze Star and Purple Heart, but he's gone down in history for being the GI who miraculously found and transported draft beer in his helmet from the last standing bar in Bastogne during the attack. This story later became the basis for Airborne beer, which can be purchased throughout Belgium and is designed to be enjoyed from a small ceramic cup shaped like a WWII helmet. Vince, in the last 10 years, has written a book, aptly titled “Nuts!: A 101st Airborne Division Machine Gunner at Bastogne,” has jumped out of airplanes again, and speaks to soldiers and organizations about his experiences. His story is nothing short of legendary and reminds us all why we refer to his as the “Greatest Generation.” I hope you enjoy this amazing combat story as much as I did. Follow Ryan on Instagram @combatstory Show Notes 0:00 - Intro 0:48 - A word from our Sponsor (Loansteady) 2:15 - Guest intro 3:22 - Interview begins 4:18 - Growing up an Italian immigrant 16:00 - Did you miss out on a “fun” or easy childhood? 18:20 - AWESOME Pearl Harbor story from Dec 7th,1941 22:21 - The Draft letter 23:43 - Shipping off to WWII (wait for his dad's comment) 38:04 - Training to go to WWII 41:01 - Volunteering for Airborne 50:40 - Taking the Queen Mary over to the war 52:34 - The feeling on the boat on the way to WWII 54:28 - You're going in! 59:29 - Battle of the Bulge - Basic numbers and the environment 1:01:41 - The importance of artillery at Bastogne 1:04:44 - Asking for our surrender 1:06:15 - Like the Colonel already said 1:07:10 - “Freedom in your heart” (you can't help but smile when you hear this) 1:07:50 - How was I feeling at the Battle of the Bulge? 1:10:15 - The sobering moment comes after the shooting… 1:11:45 - German strategy going in 1:14:50 - Airborne Beer (INCREDIBLE story) 1:18:30 - Made myself a promise 1:33:45 - Combat Story (WWII Edition) Begins with description of digging into frozen ground and fighting from those positions 1:36:00 - “The whole world exploded” 1:38:48 - A machine gunner's delight 1:47:16 - A once in a lifetime R&R 1:58:59 - Did you carry anything with you into combat? 1:59:57 - Would you do it all again? 2:00:09 - At the Eagle's Nest! 2:03:26 - Not a hero… 2:05:23 - Listener comments

Future Hindsight
Our Public Health: Michele Goodwin

Future Hindsight

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 38:04


The Social Contract and Our Bodies The pandemic has given us a glimpse into the ways our health is woven into the social contract. The high number of deaths from COVID are the result of the government's failure to collaborate with international organizations and with our own state lawmakers. We leaned on essential care workers, many of whom are people of color. And yet, they often lacked PPE, challenging what it really means to be “essential.” The Inequality of Health Racism is a preexisting health condition in the United States. COVID unveiled the institutional and infrastructural inequalities that have existed in our healthcare system for decades, which we see with the alarming rates of death among Black and Latino children. These inequalities and social stereotypes affect every corner of healthcare. For example, Black adults are 2 to 6 times more likely to suffer an amputation than a white adult, especially for common conditions like diabetes. Women's Health Increasingly, aspects of women's health, such as reproduction, pregnancy, abortion, birth, and motherhood have been criminalized in the United States. Criminalization especially affects Black and brown women so that medical care has become a weapon to turn health issues like a stillbirth into a criminal offense. However, in creating these sorts of precedents, all women—regardless of race—are then subject to suffering under this weaponization of healthcare, which we see happening across the country right now. FIND OUT MORE: Michele Goodwin is a Chancellor's Professor at the University of California Irvine and founding director of the Center for Biotechnology and Global Health Policy. She is the recipient of the 2020-21 Distinguished Senior Faculty Award for Research, the highest honor bestowed by the University of California. She is an elected member of the American Law Institute, as well as an elected Fellow of the American Bar Foundation and the Hastings Center (the organization central to the founding of bioethics). She is an American Law Institute Adviser for the Restatement Third of Torts: Remedies. Goodwin has won national awards for excellence in scholarship, outstanding teaching, and committed community service. Gov. Paul Patton of Kentucky commissioned her a Colonel, the state's highest title of honor for her outstanding contributions to K-12 education. She's the recipient of the Be The Change Award, the Sandra Day O'Connor Legacy Award by the Women's Journey Foundation, and was named Teacher of the Year by the Thurgood Marshall Bar Association in 2018. Goodwin received a commendation from the United States House of Representatives for Outstanding Teaching.  You can follow Michele Goodwin on Twitter at @michelebgoodwin

The Other Side of Midnight with Frank Morano
Friends of Freedom | 11-11-21

The Other Side of Midnight with Frank Morano

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 209:53


On this Veteran's Day Special edition of The Other Side of Midnight: It's a stacked show! Frank Morano invites an array of military vets and no subject goes untouched! Col. Daniel Davis, retired U.S. Army Colonel, with deployments in four combat zones, Senior Fellow and Military Expert for Defense Priorities, speaks on Taiwan. Kevin Randle, retired Army Lt. Colonel, who served in Vietnam as a helicopter pilot, UFOlogist, & author of the book “UFOs and the Deep State: A History of the Military and Shadow Government's War Against the Truth” asks Will the Senate change how UFO sightings are reported? Frank Romeo, veteran and activist, tells our host why he walked 750 miles across New York State.  And Assemblyman Kieran Lalor, Republican representing the Hudson Valley in the New York State Assembly, a marine veteran of the Iraq War speaks on vaccine mandates in the military and how combat veterans adjust to life at home.

Frank Morano
Kevin Randle | 11-11-21

Frank Morano

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 27:45


Kevin Randle, retired Army Lt. Colonel, who served in Vietnam as a helicopter pilot, UFOlogist, & author of the book “UFOs and the Deep State: A History of the Military and Shadow Government's War Against the Truth” asks Will the Senate change how UFO sightings are reported?

Ready For Takeoff - Turn Your Aviation Passion Into A Career
RFT 549: Marine Corps Birthday/Veteran's Day

Ready For Takeoff - Turn Your Aviation Passion Into A Career

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 9:16


In the battle for Iwo Jima, 7000 marines were killed and 20,000 wounded. From az central: It's an image seared into the American consciousness. After four days of fierce fighting on the tiny Pacific island of Iwo Jima during World War II, part of the United States' “island hopping” strategy to defeat the Japanese after retaking the Philippines, six U.S. Marines climb the highest peak of the 8-square-mile outpost and plant an American flag. One helmet-clad Marine holds the post in place amid the rubble, while the others thrust the stars and stripes toward the smoke- and cloud-pocked sky; a triumphant moment captured by Associated Press photographer Joe Rosenthal. The photo would publish nationwide to great fanfare two days later on Sunday, Feb. 25, 1945, and prove that, yes, we can win the war. Rosenthal would later win a Pulitzer Prize for Raising the Flag on Iwo Jima, and the U.S. Postal Service would affix the image on a 3-cent stamp. From my author website: November 10, 1969 I was sitting in the Doom Club with a couple of the other Covey FACs. The weather had been especially lousy, with squall line thunderstorms over the mountains between DaNang and Laos. Because of the weather either over the target area or over our route to the AO, we hadn't flown any missions in several days. We were getting antsy, and spent most of our time bitching. And drinking. We were about to order another round of drinks, when in walked a Marine Lieutenant. It was Lieutenant Royce! “Who wants to help celebrate the Marine Corps birthday?” he bellowed. I got the impression he'd already started celebrating a bit earlier. When he saw me, his eyes lit up. “Lieutenant! Great to see you. I have a jeep outside, and I can take five of you.” “I'm ready!” I answered, “Let's go.” Three other guys joined me in piling into the jeep for a quick, albeit dangerous, drive to Camp DaNang, the Marine outpost. When we arrived we spilled out and went into the Marine Officer's Club. The Marines didn't know how to live in luxury, but they sure knew how to throw a party. All the booze we could drink. All the food, great food, we could eat. Steak, lobster, shrimp. We had a ball. Like every other time I got shit-faced drunk, I blacked out. I think I had a good time. Next thing I knew, someone was shaking me. “Lieutenant. Wake up.” It was Royce. I felt like crap. I lifted my head and looked around. I was on a canvas cot. “It's 0500 hours,” Royce proclaimed, “Let's go for a run.” “I, I think I'll pass,” I responded. “Okay. If you want to wash up, here's a basin.” He handed me an empty helmet. All I could think was, “You gotta be shitting me.” I thanked Royce and hitched a ride back to DaNang. Damn, those Marines knew how to throw a party! From Today: A sacred part of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier usually only visited by presidents and foreign dignitaries is open to the public this week in honor of the 100th anniversary of the memorial dedicated to America's unidentified war casualties. The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier Plaza on the hallowed ground of Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia is usually reserved for the sentinels who stand guard and presidents and other dignitaries presenting a wreath or flowers. Ahead of Veterans Day on Thursday, the American public is being given the chance to step forward on the plaza and pay their respects by placing flowers at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. The special opportunity is available on Tuesday and Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. EST by registering online in advance. TODAY's Craig Melvin traveled to the site of the sacred white marble sarcophagus to speak with a gold star mother who regularly visits Arlington as well as a senior member of the 3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment, known as “The Old Guard,” who keep watch day and night at the tomb. The memorial was dedicated on Nov. 11, 1921, after the remains of an unidentified soldier from World War I were exhumed from a military cemetery in France, flown to the United States, and buried in a ceremony officiated by President Warren G. Harding. Remains of unidentified soldiers from World War II and the Korean War were later interred at the tomb in the 1950s. The remains of a Vietnam War veteran were buried there in 1984, but they were exhumed in 1998 and buried at a Missouri military cemetery at the request of the soldier's family after he was positively identified as Air Force 1st Lt. Michael Joseph Blassie, according to the Arlington National Cemetery website. Cindy Chip, whose son Sgt. Michael Hardegree died while serving in Iraq in 2007, is among the more than 12,000 people who have signed up so far to lay flowers at the tomb on Tuesday and Wednesday. "We don't know that soldier's name," she told Craig on TODAY Tuesday. "We don't know anything about him except that he was an American soldier and he gave his life for his country. And we will never forget him. "And every mother in her heart, that is what we want to say. Just don't forget them. Just don't forget that he lived. And that's what that tomb says to me. This country will never forget it." From my author website: Saying Goodbye To A Friend Posted on April 15, 2015 I buried a friend yesterday. At this age, that's not terribly unusual. What made this different is that Rick Chorlins was killed 45 years ago, and his remains have finally been brought home. Rick and I were close when we were cadets at the Air  Force Academy. Then, in 1967, graduation sent us in different directions, and we didn't meet up again until late 1969. I was stationed at DaNang Air Base, South Vietnam, and had wangled a good-deal trip to Thailand for a few days. I was going to go for an orientation ride on a C-130 Airborne Command and Control Center (ABCCC), call-sign Moonbeam. It was a chance to get away from the unrelenting nightly rocket attacks, and see locals who were not burdened by war and who knew how to smile. I arrived at Nakon Phanom Royal Thai Air Base, called NKP, and headed to the Officers Club. And there, standing at the bar, was Rick, along with another classmate I hadn't seen in over two years, Bob Moore. Meeting up with old friends after a long time is always fun. Running into them unexpectedly on the other side of the world is really special. We hung around together the entire night. After a few drinks, we had dinner, then went back to their hootch and caught up with what had been happening in our lives. We had all gotten married since we last saw each other. Rick had gotten a Master's Degree. Bob had become a father. We swapped war stories. I told them what it was like to be a Forward Air Controller, and they told me what it was like to fly the A-1 in combat. Truth be told, I felt like I was the kid and they were the grown-ups. I was flying a dinky little O-2A Skymaster, while they were flying the Skyraider, a gigantic, fire-breathing tail-dragger with a round engine that carried thousands of pounds of bombs under its wings and dueled with enemy gunners for a living. They were real fighter pilots. After hours of shooting down our watches with our hands, we said our good-byes and vowed to get together again, at some unknown time in the future. Great guys. If you've read Hamfist Over The Trail, this story might sound familiar. Chapter 28 is the fictionalized account of my meeting up with Bob and Rick. Dave and Dick in the book are the fictional characters representing the real-life Rick and Bob. Bob was killed the next week . A few months later, Rick was shot down and he was listed as KIA, but his remains were not recovered. Until now. After 45 years, Rick came home. His remains had been discovered in Laos in 2003 and sent to Hawaii, where DNA testing finally confirmed it was Rick. Rick was buried at the Air Force Academy cemetery with full military honors, including a 21-gun salute, a missing-man fly-by, and the solemn playing of Taps. Generals presented flags to his two surviving relatives, his sisters, Cheryl and Toby. Then we all gathered together at a restaurant to tell Rick stories. And we all had a really great time, reminiscing about Rick's great sense of humor, his intelligence, and his dedication to duty. It was a great Celebration of Life. And it was also a solemn reminder of the sacrifices the families of servicemen faced, and continue to face, when they send their loved ones off to war. They wait at home, never knowing if the sound of the closing car door in the street is a neighbor coming home or a military staff car with a Colonel and a Chaplain coming to bring news that will change their lives forever. That happened 58,286 times during the Vietnam War. Eighteen on my classmates were lost in Southeast Asia. Five have still not been found.

Dialogue, De Novo
The Afghanistan Conflict, Part 1

Dialogue, De Novo

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 49:45


On Veterans Day, Lenny sits down with Paul Kantwill, Colonel, U.S. Army(Retired), to discuss the Afghanistan Conflict and the military veteran transition. Professor Kantwill received an L.L.M. from the Judge Advocate General's School, U.S. Army; and holds a J.D. from Loyola University Chicago School of Law. In this episode, Lenny and Paul explore some of the historical aspects of the conflict, along with some of its controversy, with the added benefit and context of Paul's firsthand experience in the region.

Leader of The Pack Podcast
#9. American Hero. A Tried & True Leader and Story with Colonel Greg Gadson of the US Army

Leader of The Pack Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 72:21


An emotional, inspiring, and heroic one-on-one conversation with Colonel Greg Gadson of the US Army. Proud veteran, Colonel Gadson shares over the next 70 minutes with Duluth Pack's CEO, Tom Sega, about his experience and aspirations as a West Point D1 football player, his evolution into the US military, and the night in Iraq while on deployment that changed his life forever - causing him to lose both legs, dying 6 times on the operating table, and going through 129 pints of blood. Now, after retiring from the military with 26 years of service, Colonel Gadson continues to make an incredible impact by sharing his story and experiences around the country at speaking engagements, starting his own businesses - DiversityPop and The Patriot Strategies, along with making appearances on the big screen in Hollywood. Colonel, we thank you for your service and the ultimate sacrifice. We are forever grateful. You are a true American hero. Prepare to be inspired. Enjoy this week's episode of Leader of the Pack; a podcast by Duluth Pack. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/duluth-pack/support

Public Health Review Morning Edition
65: Caring for Veterans

Public Health Review Morning Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 6:34


Sen. Kalani Kaneko of the Republic of the Marshall Islands, himself a former health official, shares how military veterans from the freely associated states aligned with the U.S. cannot access their health benefits if they decide to live on the islands they call home; Dr. Lee Norman, Kansas Secretary of Health and a Colonel in the U.S. Army, tells us what he would do to improve health care for his fellow veterans; Mylynn Tufte, former state health official in North Dakota, gets set to inspire an audience on Nov. 18th; ASTHO announces new job openings; and ASTHO's Courtney Youngbar shares a “thankful note” in advance of Public Health Thank You Day on Nov. 22nd. Hawaii Public Radio webpage: Complicated U.S. relations Leave Veterans Without Full Health Benefits ASTHO webpage: Insight and Inspiration series ASTHO webpage: Job Opportunities in Public Health and at ASTHO APHA webpage: Public Health Thank You Day

Coaching Through Stories
#21: Utilizing Your Strategic Plan During Crisis with Jim Knowlton

Coaching Through Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 59:54


Today's guest, Jim Knowlton, is the Director of Athletics at the University of California, Berkeley. He previously served in the same role at the US Air Force Academy, Rensselaer (Ren-Suh-Leer) Polytechnic Institute and as an interim at the US Military Academy at West Point. After 26 years on active duty in the US Army he retired as a Colonel and began his career leading Athletic Departments. In this episode you're going to hear how he formed his leadership philosophy, which is very much a servant leader approach, and how he led Cal Athletics through the pandemic by being comfortable with not knowing but having his strategic plan serve as their guide. Jim shares why a strategic plan is critical and the unique approach they took to develop their plan.     Highlights 10:28 Going to West Point was a defining moment for him 13:38 West Point opened his eyes to leadership 15:16 His family also expected commitment from him as he entered West Point. 17:34 He loves his work as Director of Athletics because he can help student-athletes to be successful in life 18:58 He got the position at Cal because of the many people who helped him along the way 27:25 He suggests celebrating small victories 28:04 He developed core leadership core values by serving many bosses 29:08 Servant leadership, leadership by example, hands-on leadership, and caring for others are the things learned along the way 29:30 His leadership philosophy is taking care of people 30:22 The importance of the organizational vision 32:56 The importance of shared ownership of the plan 38:15 He switched early from crisis management to recovery management during the pandemic 40:00 He emphasizes the need to communicate plans and goals in the pandemic 42:52 Threats to the strategic plan: changes in the landscape and financial support 46:14 He believes in work-life integration.   Resources Mentioned Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap and Others Don't by Jim Collins The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People: Powerful Lessons in Personal Change by Stephen R. Covey The Bomber Mafia by Malcolm Gladwell   Listen to Coaching Through Stories on Apple, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, or wherever you download podcasts and leave us a review!   Coaching Through Stories  is sponsored by HigherEchelon, Inc. hosted and co-produced by HigherEchelon's Director of High Performance, Dr. Eric Bean and co-produced by Siana Sylvester.

Beyond Speaking
Colonel Greg Gadson - Circumstances Don't Define Us

Beyond Speaking

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 29:11


Retired Colonel in the United States Army and former commander of the U.S. Army Fort Belvoir garrison shares his story of surviving an IED attack, how he made the decision to amputate his leg, and helping the New York Giants win the Superbowl in 2008 To learn more about Colonel Greg Gadson visit: https://premierespeakers.com/greg-gadson Beyond Speaking is hosted by Brian Lord and produced by Eric Woodie

20 Minute Leaders
Ep628: Yorai Fainmesser | General Partner, Disruptive AI

20 Minute Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2021 26:40


Yorai is the co-founder and General Partner at Disruptive AI Fund, investing in early-stage startups with great entrepreneurs and remarkable AI. He also founded AI-SQUARE Forum Arab & Israeli AI community. In 2019 he retired as a Colonel from the IDF, as head of a Technological R&D unit (3060/8200) in the Intelligence Corps, responsible for developing modern Data Science systems and AI applications, acting as an exclusive center for Computer Vision and imaging technology, receiving the Israel Defence Prize Award. 

Hebrew Nation Online
War and Peace, Life and Death: The Stories of an 88 year-old Veteran American Army Military Colonel

Hebrew Nation Online

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2021 49:53


Welcome to Real Israel Talk Radio Episode 96. I reckon everyone has a life story to tell. But not everyone has a life story to tell about being an 88-year-old veteran post-WWII and Vietnam veteran soldier of the U.S. American Army. A soldier of war and, later, a warrior and combatant for the Prince of Peace. Today's show is a graceful and candid conversation with Retired U.S. Army Commander and Colonel Carl Smith of Oak Harbor on Whidbey Island, Washington State. In 1948, buck private Carl Smith advanced through U.S. Army ranks, ending his full colonel's military career. On our program today, he gives us some of the highlights of his nearly nine decades of life, which includes 33 ½ years of Army military service in post-war Japan, one tour on helicopter gunships in the Vietnam War, as well as military duties in Italy and in the halls of the United States Pentagon. About halfway through Colonel Smith's military career, he found himself in lockstep with a trusting faith in Yeshua the Messiah. Beginning his journey as a Soldier for Truth, he later put on a soldier's uniform for the Torah of Truth in Yeshua the Messiah. After this, life as a U.S. Army commander changed. We'll learn about his life and stories on today's program.

The MODUS Files - A Fallout 76 Enclave Podcast Series
Episode 13b - "Encounter at SunnyTop" Part 2

The MODUS Files - A Fallout 76 Enclave Podcast Series

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 27:44


Enclave Team Alpha, made up of the Colonel, Major Lilith, Sergeant Mueller and Corporal Cindy traveled to the Morgantown Settlement in search of evidence of new visitors to Appalachia. Captain Edwards pointed them to the new settlement at Monongah and disturbing lack of communication from them. In the old mining town, the team discovered a massacre. Now, the Colonel is on the trail of those who committed this vile act, determined to finish the mission and enact her own version of Wasteland justice. Appalachia has reached a turning point and nothing will ever be the same again. This episode contains content which some may find disturbing. Listener discretion is advised.

Podcasting 101
S7E4: True Crime Garage

Podcasting 101

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 55:19


In this episode, The Captain from True Crime Garage joins Pod 101 to chat about creating a "True Crime" podcast before it was even a genre... though creating a podcast in a garage had already been old hat. The Captain, who admits to only being loved by 30% of the listeners tells us how he and The Colonel quickly and surprisingly built a very large following, how they're keeping things indie and the difference between who they are on mic and off. 

Blabbin' In the Bluegrass
S4E4 - Corbin, Classic Cars, and The Colonel

Blabbin' In the Bluegrass

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 57:25


Episode Notes If you're looking to fill your vacation with fun without emptying your wallet or gas tank, look no further than the one and only Corbin in Southeastern Kentucky! We are blessed to be joined this week by Maggy Monhollen from the Corbin Tourism and Convention Commission, who will prove that dull moments simply don't exist in her charming community...whether you're there for a night, a weekend, or a week! Yes, the world-famous Kentucky Fried Chicken got its start there, but this is but a mere fraction of the reason you should pay them a visit! Tune in for details, and learn more about Corbin's opportunities for education and exploration by clicking here to access the tourism website: https://corbinkytourism.com/. Find out more at https://blabbin-in-the-bluegrassblabbi.pinecast.co

We Get Outdoors Podcast
The Only Mat you will need in the Outdoors with Mountain Mat

We Get Outdoors Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 13:43


Mountain Mat is a premium all-purpose plastic mat designed to keep your adventures mess-free. Mountain Mat is a family venture with Jennifer at the helm as CEO. When she's not working on Mountain Mat, Jennifer is a Colonel in the Air Force Reserves.  Chad serves full time as a pilot in the US Air Force with two deployment to Afghanistan under his belt.  Their children earn their allowances as social media advisers, models, and part time packagers. https://www.mountainmat.com/

107.9-FM WWPH in Princeton Junction
A Final Pirate Salute to Colonel Connor 11/1/21

107.9-FM WWPH in Princeton Junction

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 29:49


A Final Pirate Salute to Colonel Connor with Christian G. 11/1/21

The MODUS Files - A Fallout 76 Enclave Podcast Series
Special *Twitter Achievement* Episode - "Everything Will be Okay..."

The MODUS Files - A Fallout 76 Enclave Podcast Series

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 41:51


In honor of all of our Followers on Twitter, the Colonel graciously offered to re-record her original story, updated, edited and improved, in her own words. In the world of Fallout, the residents of Vault 76 were "the best and brightest of America," yet they were unprepared for what they would find after Reclamation Day. Every journey has a beginning. This is the story of Valeria Faustina, now known as the Colonel...from her early days and growing up in Vault 76, to traveling the empty roads of Appalachia after the Vault opened. Thank to all of our followers, subscribers and supporters - we couldn't keep creating such great content without all of you.

Acid Cat Spirit Hour
I'll Sleep Then I'm Dead - The true story that inspired Nightmare on Elm ST | ACSH Ep. XLVII

Acid Cat Spirit Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 64:02


From 1977 to 1981, a rash of sudden deaths affecting Hmong immigrants in the bay area had local doctors and the CDC stumped. Over those 5 years, 118 otherwise perfectly healthy men, with no underlying connection or ailment would die suddenly in their sleep. Was it the horrors of the war back home coming to them in their slumber? Was it the Baba Yaga causing them sleep paralysis and stealing their souls? Or was it mushroom spores? Well, it would go on to happen to several groups of men in Asia, all mysteriously dying the same unexplained death. Caleb and the Colonel discuss the possible cause, supernatural or plain old regular strange, on this special Halloween episode!

Jerusalem Studio
TV7 Middle East Review - Analyzing October 2021

Jerusalem Studio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2021 28:20


Please join us for discussion on the latest with Iran under leadership of new President Ebrahim Raisi, such as tactics used to stall resumption of the Vienna nuclear talks and the Islamic Republic's regional activities in Lebanon and Syria. Other topics for analysis include the Palestinians in Gaza and the West Bank, as well as the state of Jerusalem's relations with Moscow following talks between Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett and Russian President Vladimir Putin. Co-Hosts: 1. Amb. Danny Ayalon, Israel's Former Ambassador to the United States and Deputy Foreign Minister & Lecturer at NYU. 2. Colonel (res.) Dr. Eran Lerman, Israel's Former Deputy National Security Adviser, Vice President of the Jerusalem Institute for Strategy and Security and Lecturer at Shalem College in Jerusalem. You are welcome to join our audience and watch all of our programs - free of charge! TV7 Israel News: https://www.tv7israelnews.com/vod/series/563/ Jerusalem Studio: https://www.tv7israelnews.com/vod/series/18738/ TV7 Israel News Editor's Note: https://www.tv7israelnews.com/vod/series/76269/ TV7 Israel: Watchmen Talk: https://www.tv7israelnews.com/vod/series/76256/ Jerusalem Prays: https://www.tv7israelnews.com/vod/series/135790/ TV7's Times Observer: https://www.tv7israelnews.com/vod/series/97531/ TV7's Middle East Review: https://www.tv7israelnews.com/vod/series/997755/ My Brother's Keeper: https://www.tv7israelnews.com/vod/series/53719/ This week in 60 seconds: https://www.tv7israelnews.com/vod/series/123456/ Those who wish can send prayer requests to TV7 Israel News in the following ways: Facebook Messenger: https://www.facebook.com/tv7israelnews Email: israelnews@tv7.fi Please be sure to mention your first name and country of residence. Any attached videos should not exceed 20 seconds in duration. #IsraelNews #tv7israelnews #newsupdates Rally behind our vision - https://www.tv7israelnews.com/donate/ To purchase TV7 Israel News merchandise: https://teespring.com/stores/tv7-israel-news-store Live view of Jerusalem - https://www.tv7israelnews.com/jerusalem-live-feed/ Visit our website - http://www.tv7israelnews.com/ Subscribe to our YouTube channel - https://www.youtube.com/tv7israelnews Like TV7 Israel News on Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/tv7israelnews Follow TV7 Israel News on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/tv7israelnews/ Follow TV7 Israel News on Twitter - https://twitter.com/tv7israelnews

Always in Pursuit
Growing Grit is a Journey with David Fivecoat

Always in Pursuit

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2021 59:55


David Fivecoat is a retired Colonel, author, executive coach and loves to help people become better leaders. In this episode David and Mike talk about leadership, relationships, growing grit and core principles to effective habits. How these are important aspects of success in and out of uniform. David recently wrote a book about growing grit as a leader and within an organization. David talks about the idea and process of writing his book. One of the key aspects is setting goals, ones that are achievable and building in nature. In the closing minutes of the episode David offers some great insights into transitions. One of the most important things you can do is realize that you are the lynchpin to your success and hard work will pay off if you stay the course. Find David Fivecoat: David Fivecoat on Instagram David Fivecoat LinkedInDavid Fivecoat on Facebook Grow Your Grit By David Fivecoat on Amazon The Fivecoat Consulting Group Website If you enjoyed this episode of Always in Pursuit, please share with a couple of your friends and leave us a review on whatever platform you use. Also find out more about AIP and the team at www.alwaysinpursuit.org. Thank you for tuning in to the show!Check out our amazing Sponsors Adyton PBC and Learn more about MUSTR app which is streamlining systems for leaders across the Department of Defense! 

KPFA - Flashpoints
Colonel Ann Wright on the Latest Illegal US Military Threats Against China

KPFA - Flashpoints

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 59:58


Daily Joke
Brag Telephone Colonel

Daily Joke

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 0:39


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Moments in Leadership
Moments in Leadership - Andrew Milburn, Colonel, USMC (ret)

Moments in Leadership

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 120:26


Andy is a Marine infantry and special operations officer and has commanded in combat at every grade. As the commanding officer of the Marine Corps' special operations regiment, he was selected to lead a multinational task force given the mission of defeating ISIS in Iraq. Andy retired in 2019 as the chief of staff of Special Operations Command Central, the headquarters responsible for the conduct of all US special operations throughout the Middle East. Since retiring, he has written a critically acclaimed memoir "When the Tempest Gathers", and a number of articles for national publications.  He is on the adjunct faculty of the Joint Special Operations University,  and teaches classes on leadership and ethics to mid-grade and senior officers at US, British and Canadian military schools.  He also teaches courses overseas to officers from countries across Africa, the Middle East and Asia.  He participates regularly in debates and forums concerning ethics, modern warfare and leadership.  Find, buy, and review Andy's book here on Amazon (non-affiliate)When the Tempest Gathers Some of Andy's recent Articles:Out of Africa: The Strategic Mistake of the US Disengagement from SomaliLosing Small Wars: Why US Military Culture Leads to DefeatPunishing War Criminals – The AtlanticWhen Not to Obey Orders – War on the RocksBreaking Ranks: Dissent and the Military ProfessionalOther Podcasts featuring AndyModern War Institute (Irregular Warfare Podcast):An UnAmerican Way of War: Why the US Fails at Irregular WarfareThe Team House:  Military Culture and Leadership

通勤學英語
回顧星期天LBS - 電影相關時事趣聞 All about movies

通勤學英語

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2021 8:48


更多通勤學英語Podcast單元: 每日英語跟讀Podcast,就在http://www.15mins.today/daily-shadowing 精選詞彙 VOCAB Podcast,就在https://www.15mins.today/vocab 語音直播 15mins Live Podcast, 就在https://www.15mins.today/15mins-live-podcast 文法練習 In-TENSE Podcast,就在https://www.15mins.today/in-tense 歡迎到官網用email訂閱我們節目更新通知。   老師互動信箱: ask15mins@gmail.com 商業合作洽詢: 15minstoday@gmail.com   Topic: A Fresh Take on a 1934 ‘Murder'   A gruesome murder has been committed on a train in the middle of the night. Only 13 occupants of the carriage could have committed the dastardly deed. Was it a) the Russian princess; b) the American widow; c) the English governess; or d) the Hungarian count? Or any of the nine other multinational posh people and their servants rubbing shoulders on the luxury locomotive, snowbound in the middle of Eastern Europe, with a brilliant Belgian detective inconveniently in their midst? 一宗可怕的謀殺案在夜半的火車上發生。只有13名旅客可能犯下這惡行。是a)俄羅斯公主;b)美國寡婦;c)英國女家教;或d)匈牙利伯爵呢?抑或是其他9位來自各國的紳士淑女和他們的僕人,眾人在受困東歐中部大雪的豪華火車車廂裡摩肩擦踵,這其中還碰巧有個厲害的比利時偵探? Chances are this sounds familiar. It's the setup for one of the most famous detective stories in the world: Agatha Christie's 1934 novel “Murder on the Orient Express,” which has sold millions of copies. It was made into a sumptuous 1974 movie, directed by Sidney Lumet with the starriest of casts (Lauren Bacall, Sean Connery, Ingrid Bergman!). It has been adapted for television, stage and radio. There is a Japanese television version and a computer game. 這聽起來或許耳熟能詳。這是全球最著名偵探小說之一的場景:阿嘉莎.克莉絲蒂1934年的小說「東方快車謀殺案」,銷售數以百萬本計。導演薛尼·盧梅1974年翻拍成豪華版電影,有最耀眼的明星陣容(洛琳·白考兒、史恩·康納萊、英格麗·褒曼!),另並改編成電視劇、舞台劇和廣播劇,且有日本電視劇版本和一款電玩遊戲。 All this meant that Kenneth Branagh, the director and star of the new film version, which opened in the United States on Friday with the starriest of casts (Johnny Depp, Michelle Pfeiffer, Penélope Cruz, Judi Dench!), had his own mystery to solve. How do you reinvent one of the world's best-loved whodunits for a new era? Branagh's solution was to modify, and sometimes entirely change, character and plot details in ways that may dismay purists but that he felt would give the piece a more contemporary resonance. 這意味最新版本電影的導演兼主角肯尼斯·布萊納必須拿出一套解開謎團的獨到功夫,新片11月11日在美國上映,仍然有最耀眼的卡司(強尼·戴普、蜜雪兒·菲佛、潘妮洛普·克魯茲、茱蒂·丹契!)你要如何在新的世代詮釋最受世人喜愛的偵探小說呢?布萊納的方法是把角色與劇情細節進行修飾,時而甚至完全予以改變,這麼做或許會令純粹主義者沮喪,他卻覺得更能讓作品引起當代人的共鳴。 “There is always the thorny issue of who will know the plot and how can we divert them,” Branagh said in a telephone interview. “We knew we had to get people's attention for a recalibrated character in Poirot,” Christie's idiosyncratic Belgian detective. 布萊納接受電話訪問時說:「總會碰到有些人已經知道劇情,你該如何轉移他們的注意力,讓他們覺得有趣的棘手問題。我們知道,我們必須吸引人們注意經過修改的角色白羅(克莉絲蒂創造的怪異的比利時偵探)。」 To that end, Branagh and the scriptwriter, Michael Green, begin the movie with a showdown at the Western Wall in Jerusalem, as the detective solves another mystery. “I wanted to embrace the exotic and worldly side of Christie, to come into the big, hot open skies and find a new Poirot, our ticket for an exotic adventure,” Branagh said. 為達此目的,布萊納與編劇麥可·格林以偵探在耶路撒冷西牆解開一個對決謎團的方式,揭開電影序幕。布萊納說:「我想擁抱克莉絲蒂奇異與入世的一面,進入那既大又熱的開放天空,找到一個新的白羅,這是我們奇異冒險的門票。」 With an opening that has Poirot tripping up an escaping villain in a positively James Bond-esque manner, Branagh immediately established the detective as a far more dashing man of action than the novel's small hero “muffled up to the ears of whom nothing was visible but a pink-tipped nose and the two points of an upward curled mustache.” 這個開場讓白羅以絕對詹姆士·龐德的方式逼逃犯露出馬腳,布萊納也立刻將這位偵探塑造成遠比原著中小號英雄瀟灑的行動派男子漢;原著中的小號英雄「衣服直蓋到耳朵,除了一個粉紅鼻子,以及上捲的兩綹髭鬚,什麼都看不見」。Source article: https://paper.udn.com/udnpaper/POH0067/320990/web/   Next Article   Topic: The Actor Behind the Ape   The leader of the troops walks slowly through the ranks of soldiers, who part respectfully, as he looks at them with an expression that combines anger, pain and grim intent. But this isn't a human commander. It's Caesar, the ape who is the principal figure in 20th Century Fox's “Planet of the Apes” franchise. The scene comes from the latest in the series, “War for the Planet of the Apes,” which opens in the United States on July 14, and has generated laudatory reviews. 帶領部隊的長官慢慢走進士兵的隊伍中,士兵們尊敬地讓開,他仔細檢視他們,臉上的表情夾雜著憤怒、痛苦和不屈服的決心。但這位長官不是人類的指揮官。牠是「凱撒」,這頭猩猩是20世紀福斯公司「猩球崛起」系列電影的主角。這一幕出自此系列的新片「猩球崛起:終極決戰」,7月14日在美國上映,已經佳評如潮。 In “War,” the fragile truce between humans and apes has given way, and we discover the sinister Colonel (played by Woody Harrelson), whose early actions set in motion a series of devastating events for both populations. 在「終極決戰」片中,人類和猩猩之間脆弱的停火已維持不下去,而我們發現這位陰險的上校(伍迪哈里森飾演),他的初步行動開啟了一連串對人類和猩猩的毀滅事件。 Caesar, the ape whose expressions we are watching via digital transformation as he reacts to the Colonel's murderous deeds and musters his forces, is played by British actor Andy Serkis. In BoxOfficeMojo.com's ranking of actors by their ticket sales, Serkis is in the top 30, outflanking Brad Pitt and Daniel Radcliffe, among other far more famous names. His films average $125 million at the box office, more (by some distance) than those of Samuel L. Jackson or Tom Hanks. He has been acting professionally for nearly 30 years and has starred in numerous movies, some of them blockbusters like “The Lord of the Rings” trilogy, the 2005 “King Kong,” “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” and the “Apes” reboot. 凱撒,我們正透過數位轉換看著牠的表情的這頭猩猩,牠在對「上校」的凶狠行徑做出反應並召集牠的部隊,牠是由英國演員安迪席克斯飾演。在票房網站BoxOfficeMojo.com的男演員票房排行,安迪席克斯排在前30名,勝過布萊德彼特和丹尼爾雷德克里夫,還有其他名氣大得多的演員。他的電影平均票房1.25億美元,比山繆傑克森、湯姆漢克還多(差距不小)。他從事專業演出近30年,主演過許多電影,其中不乏大賣片,像是「魔戒」三部曲、2005年的「金剛」、「星際大戰7:原力覺醒」和「猩球崛起」的重拍電影。 Yet, for most moviegoers, Serkis, 53, is probably neither a household name nor face, since he has specialized for more than a decade in creating roles through performance capture — a complex technology that records the movement and facial expressions of human actors and then painstakingly renders them digitally to create fantastical characters, like Caesar, Gollum and King Kong. 然而,對大多數電影觀眾來說,53歲的席克斯大概不是家喻互曉的名字或臉孔,因為他十多年來專精於透過動態捕捉科技創造角色─這是一種複雜的科技,記錄人類演員的動作和表情,再費力地數位化,創造出想像的角色,像是凱撒、咕嚕和金剛。 Caesar, wrote A.O. Scott of The New York Times in a review of “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes,” is “a role that continues to redefine screen acting in the digital age. His facial expressions and body language are so evocatively and precisely rendered that it is impossible to say where his art ends and the exquisite artifice of Weta Digital, the special-effects company, begins.” 紐時影評人A.O.史考特在「猩球崛起:黎明的進擊」的評論寫道,凱撒是「數位時代繼續重新定義大銀幕表演的角色。他的臉部表情和身體語言如此生動和精準演出,不可能說他的演藝止於何處,特效公司Weta數位公司的精良技術又自何處開始。」Source article: https://paper.udn.com/udnpaper/POH0067/315730/web/#top   Next Article   Topic: Berlin Film Festival to make acting prizes gender neutral   The organizers of the Berlin International Film Festival (aka Berlinale) said last Monday that they will stop awarding separate acting prizes to women and men beginning next year, and the performance awards will be defined in a gender-neutral way at next year's festival, for which a physical event is planned. 柏林國際影展主辦單位上週一表示,自明年起,他們不再分別頒發男女演員獎項。明年的影展將會以性別中立的方式來定義表演獎項,並將舉行實體典禮。 The festival awards a Golden Bear for the best film and a series of Silver Bears, which until this year included best actor and best actress honors. Organizers said those prizes will be replaced with a Silver Bear for Best Leading Performance and a Silver Bear for Best Supporting Performance. 柏林影展頒發金熊獎給最佳影片,以及銀熊獎給一系列項目,截至今年,銀熊獎均包括最佳男主角及最佳女主角獎。主辦單位表示,這些獎項將以最佳主角銀熊獎,及最佳配角銀熊獎兩獎項取代。 In a statement, the co-heads of the festival, Mariette Rissenbeek and Carlo Chatrian, said “not separating the awards in the acting field according to gender comprises a signal for a more gender-sensitive awareness in the film industry.” 柏林影展兩位總監瑪麗耶特‧里森貝克及卡洛‧夏堤安在一份聲明中表示:「不以性別來區分表演類獎項,所包含的信號是電影界對性別有更加敏銳的意識」。 The festival's Golden Bear is one of the most prestigious awards in Europe, together with the Palme d'Or of the Cannes festival in France and the Golden Lion award of the Venice Film Festival. Cannes still singles out a best actor and actress, while Venice awards a Volpi cup to actors of each sex. 德國柏林影展的金熊獎為歐洲地位最高的電影獎之一,與法國坎城影展的金棕櫚獎,以及義大利威尼斯電影節的金獅獎齊名。坎城影展及威尼斯影展仍分別頒發男、女演員獎。 At the same time, the Alfred Bauer Prize, which is named after the festival's founding director, will be permanently retired. The prize was suspended this year due to revelations about Bauer's role in the Nazis' moviemaking bureaucracy. 此外,以柏林影展創辦人命名的阿爾弗雷德‧鮑爾獎將永不再頒發。鮑爾被踢爆曾為納粹政府電影機構工作,因此今年該獎停頒。 Commenting on the decision to hold a physical event next year, despite uncertainties due to the coronavirus pandemic, the two directors stressed the need for a “lively relationship with the audience.” “In times of the corona pandemic, it has become even clearer that we still require analogue experience spaces in the cultural realm,” they said, noting that other festivals have also resumed holding physical rather than virtual events. The 2021 festival is scheduled for Feb. 11-21. 縱有冠狀病毒疫情所造成之不確定性,對於明年柏林影展舉行實體典禮的決定,兩位總監強調「與觀眾保持活生生關係」之必要性。「冠狀病毒疫情中愈發清楚顯示,在文化場域中,我們仍需要能提供類比經驗的空間」,他們表示,其他影展也已恢復舉行實體典禮。二○二一年之柏林影展訂於二月十一日至二十一日舉行。Source article: https://www.taipeitimes.com/News/lang/archives/2020/08/31/2003742547

Hidden Pearls Podcast
45. Hidden Pearls Podcast - WK 7 vs Colts - George Kittle, Uncle Pat Coen & Matt Henss2

Hidden Pearls Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 82:00


WK 7 (game 6) - 49ers host COLTS: This week the Niners host the 2-4 IndianoplisColts. In recognition of our game with the Colts, and continuing with our military and firstresponder guests, Emma & George sits down with his uncle Pat Coen, who is the superintendentof schools in Burlington Iowa, who also served 21 years with the Iowa National Guardmember with 2 tours Duty in his experience. We also talk with Emma & George's cousin Matt Henss, who is in his 26th year with the Indianapolis Fire Department.Special GuestsPat Coen: Pat is a retired Colonel of the US Army Iowa National Guard havingserved 21 years including 2 tours, one in Afghanistan in 2005-2006; and then before thathe was stationed in Germany in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom in 1991. He justrecently announced his resignation from his current position as Superintendent of Schoolsin Burlington Iowa. He graduated from Iowa Wesleyan College with a BS in ElementaryEducation. He also holds a Masters of Science degree and a specialist degree from Drake University in Educational Leadership. He taught and coached for 10 years in Mt PleasantIowa. He has also served as a middle school principal, head principal of an alternativehigh school, an elementary principal, and as Superintendent of schools in Winfield Iowa.Most importantly, Pat is married to Emma & George's mom's sister Jenna and they have 4 kids.Matt Henss - Indianapolis Fire DepartmentMatt is the Deputy Chief for Planning with the Indianoplis FireDepartment and oversees the Community Risk Reduction Bureau. This Bureau isresponsible for fire investigations, 911 calls, Fire and Life safety, Public Education,Inspections, Planning, Performance and Compliance, and the Emergency ManagementLiaison. Matt has been with the IFD for 26 years, starting back in 1995 as a firefighter.Prior to becoming the Planning Chief he also served as Firefighter, Engineer, CompanyOfficer, and Executive Office. Matt has an Associate Degree in Fire Science and a Bachelor's Degree in Management. Matt also has advanced training in leadershipdevelopment and is working to complete his six sigma black belt. Matt is George's cousinthrough Emma & George's mom's sister. He is married to Rena and they have 2 kids. We welcomeboth of them to the show.Featured OrganizationsBurlington After School Program - Donation: https://burlingtoncsd.revtrak.net/pieces/Art Center of Burlington - https://btownart.comSaint Florian Center - https://www.saintfloriancenter.org/contactSurvive Alive - http://www.survivealive.org/home

The Neil Haley Show
Colonel Daniel Cederman

The Neil Haley Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 8:00


Today on The Neil Haley Show, Neil will interview Colonel Daniel Cederman, Director, Army Reserve Installation Management Directorate.

Have Gun Will Travel - OTRWesterns.com
The Colonel and the Lady – Have Gun Will Travel (04-12-59)

Have Gun Will Travel - OTRWesterns.com

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 25:50


Original Air Date: April 12, 1959 Host: Andrew Rhynes Show: Have Gun Will Travel Phone: (707) 98 OTRDW (6-8739) Stars: • John Dehner (Paladin) • Ben Wright (Heyboy) Special Guests: • Jack Moyles • Lawrence Dobkin • Virginia Gregg • Eve McVeagh • Lillian Buyeff • Frank Gerstle Writers: • John Dawson Producer: • Norman […]

The Westerly Sun
Westerly Sun - 2021-10-22: Thomas S. Garrick, The Littlest Colonel at the Ocean House, and Danielle Silva

The Westerly Sun

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 3:01


You're listening to the Westerly Sun's podcast, where we talk about the best local events, new job postings, obituaries, and more. First, a bit of Rhode Island trivia. Today's trivia is brought to you by Perennial. Perennial's new plant-based drink “Daily Gut & Brain” is a blend of easily digestible nutrients crafted for gut and brain health. A convenient mini-meal, Daily Gut & Brain” is available now at the CVS Pharmacy in Wakefield. Now, some trivia. Did you know that Rhode Island native, Thomas S. Garrick is a retired basketball player who played for URI and was selected by the LA Clippers in the second round of the 1988 NBA draft. He played guard in four NBA seasons. He was the head coach of the University of Rhode Island women's basketball team until he resigned following the 2008–09 season. From 2009 to 2015 he served as a women's basketball assistant coach at Vanderbilt University before moving on to Boston College for three seasons. He was the head women's basketball coach at UMass Lowell from 2018 to 2021, before he returned to Vanderbilt as an assistant to his wife, Shea Ralph, who became head coach there. Next, an event that you should know about… Tomorrow, Saturday at 6pm, The Ocean House is showing the classic Shirley Temple film, The Littlest Colonel in their Screening Room. Enjoy this film in the comfort of our plush theater seating, along with freshly popped popcorn, gelato and an assortment of bite-size candy. See you there! Next, Are you interested in a new opportunity? Look no further, we're here again with another new job listing. Today's posting comes from the City of Norwich. They're looking for 911 Emergency Dispatchers and your responsibility will be to handle and keep accurate communications of calls made to the emergency system.  Pay starts at $51,000 per year. If you're interested, you can read more and apply by using the link in our episode description. https://www.indeed.com/jobs?l=Westerly%2C%20RI&mna=5&aceid&gclid=Cj0KCQjwpf2IBhDkARIsAGVo0D2S3gEb-328GyRpBuTTeeKPdn3-klOh0KYAsfete6MEZmI5S4qTg-4aAnQkEALw_wcB&vjk=c91650dde4931e5f Today we're remembering the life of Danielle Silva. She was the wife of the late Gilbert Silva. Born in Providence, Danielle was a stay-at-home mom for many years, caring for her own mother, children, and even grandchildren. After her husband passed, she worked in the Hopkinton Town Hall as an Assistant to the Town Clerk, retiring in 2002. She loved the contacts that she made in the town and the people she worked with, especially her dear friend Judy. After retiring, she supported her daughter by watching her young children. Danielle loved her children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. She had a witty personality, and she loved to have fun. When her husband was alive, they loved to dance together, especially the jitterbug. She also enjoyed spending time with her friends, sports and games… especially football, the New England Patriots, and Tom Brady. Through the years she always found peace and serenity in the ocean and going to see the mountains. Recently, she became very attached to her grand-daughter's cat, Thomas. Danielle had a life of giving and caring for those around her, she will be missed by many. Danielle leaves her sons and daughters, 12 grandchildren, and many great grandchildren and nieces and nephews. Thank you for taking a moment with us today to remember and celebrate Danielle's life. Lastly, remember that reporting the local news is an important part of what it means to live here. Head over to Westerlysun.com and help us tell the stories of our community each and every day. Digital access starts at just 50 cents a day and makes all the difference in the world. That's it for today, we'll be back next time with more! Also, remember to check out our sponsor Perennial, Daily Gut & Brain, available at the CVS on Main St. in Wakefield! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Zoomer Radio's Theatre of the Mind
Colonel James Fisk & Guest Mickey Rooney

Zoomer Radio's Theatre of the Mind

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 57:22


Crime Classics followed by Duffy's Tavern

Omega Man Radio with Shannon Ray Davis
Episode 8878 - The Colonel

Omega Man Radio with Shannon Ray Davis

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 75:24


Episode 8878 - The Colonel Recorded 10-19-2021 on OMEGAMAN omegamanradio.com

The Muck Podcast
Episode 94: Star Wars Forever | Colonel James C. Hiett and the Columbia Eagle Incident

The Muck Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 52:27


Tina and Hillary cover former US Army Colonel James C. Hiett and the Columbia Eagle Incident. For show notes and links to our sources, please click here (https://themuckpodcast.fireside.fm/articles/ep94notes).

OMEGAMAN (TM) with Shannon Ray Davis
Episode 8878 - The Colonel

OMEGAMAN (TM) with Shannon Ray Davis

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 76:00


Episode 8878 - The Colonel Recorded 10-19-2021 on OMEGAMAN omegamanradio.com

TAC Talks
Program Management in Acquisition

TAC Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 35:17


The application of program management best practices within the acquisition framework increases transparency, empowers business owners and stakeholders to drive key decisions, and enhances VA's efforts to efficiently and effectively acquire goods and services within the established cost, schedule and scope of the procurement.  Not only does this support VA in effectively meetings its mission, it enhances the Veteran experience through successful execution and delivery of products and services that support delivery of care and benefits.     In this episode, we are joined by Mr. Michael Parrish, who was appointed Principal Executive Director for the VA's, Office of Acquisition, Logistics, and Construction (OALC) on March 1, 2021. Mr. Parrish also serves as Chief Acquisition Officer, and senior most advisor to the Secretary, managing and overseeing all acquisition activities for the Department. Mr. Parrish has over 35 years of senior leadership experience in military, government, corporate, and non-profit organizations. A retired Colonel, Mr. Parrish served for 14 years on active duty and 21 years in the U.S. Army Reserves as a Senior Army Aviator and Army Acquisition Corps Officer, serving as an Air Operations Officer during Desert Storm.  Joining Mr. Parrish on this episode's panel is his Deputy, Mr. Phillip Christy, the Deputy Executive Director for the VA's, Office of Acquisition, Logistics, and Construction. Mr. Christy serves as an advisor to Mr. Parrish on acquisition, logistics, and construction issues. He has served in multiple senior acquisition, construction, and logistics positions during his 20-year career. He is responsible for the day to day operational management of OALC's Office of Procurement, Acquisition and Logistics which is made up of the Technology Acquisition Center, the National Acquisition Center and the Strategic Acquisition Center. In addition, Mr. Christy is a retired U.S. Army Medical Service Corps Officer.

The Fast Lane
Colonel Christopher Robinson on Scott Air Force Base's role in the Afghanistan extraction

The Fast Lane

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 10:16


Tick Boot Camp
Episode 210: Top Gun - an interview with Colonel Nicole Malachowski

Tick Boot Camp

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021


Colonel Nicole Malachowski is a nationally recognized fighter pilot and military commander. Her 21-year military career included flying 26 combat missions, serving as the first female Thunderbird pilot, serving as a White House Fellow in the administrations of Presidents Bush and Obama, and commanding the 333rd Fighter Squadron at Seymour Air Force Base in North Carolina. Colonel Malachowski is a member of the National Women's Hall of Fame and is the recipient of 11 Air Force medals including the Meritorious Service Medal, the Air Force Medal and the Air Force Commendation Medal. As commander of the 333rd Fighter Squadron, she participated in outdoor training “without taking precautions for preventing insect bites.” Upon returning from training, she visited military doctors to be treated for “flu like symptoms” and an “EM rash.” The doctor diagnosed her rash as a spider bite “because [they] don't have Lyme in North Carolina.” Shortly thereafter, Colonel Malachowski was stationed in Newport, Rhode Island and discovered an engorged tick on her leg. Her military doctors warned her to “watch for a rash,” which never appeared. Three months later she tested IgM positive for Lyme disease and was prescribed 28 days of antibiotics. Colonel Malachowski's health quickly declined over the course of the 3 years following her 2nd tick bite. She became wheelchair bound despite treating with 24 military and civilian doctors. She was finally “fully diagnosed” after she was granted permission to treat at the civilian Dean Center for Tick Borne Illness – Spaulding Rehabilitation Network. Unfortunately, the late-stage diagnosis and treatment were too late to preserve Colonel Malachowski's military career. She was forced to retire in 2017 because she contracted “tick-borne illnesses.” Today, Colonel Malachowski is a public speaker and patient advocate for people suffering from tick-borne illnesses. If you would like to learn more about how a fighter pilot is using her military education, experience and training to win the battle with Lyme disease, then tune in now!

The MODUS Files - A Fallout 76 Enclave Podcast Series

Myths, legends, and spooky stories told around the campfire are an ingrained part of the very fabric of Appalachia. However, we know the monsters are real. After the war, the survivors tried to start over. In an isolated corner of the Savage Divide, the “Sons of Dane” came face to face with a creature from the pages of folklore. In the end, when the music stopped, all that remained was a cold wind blowing through an empty compound. Now an old automated message brings the story of the Sons of Dane back into the light. Investigation and elimination of Cryptids is vital to securing the future of Appalachia. But is the Colonel ready to face her fears or will she repeat the mistakes of the past?

The Howie Games
137: Colonel Bob Sheridan (Part A)

The Howie Games

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 40:28


#TheHowieGames | Colonel Bob Sheridan has been the voice of boxing for over 50 years. He's called 10,000 plus fights, including the biggest prize fights of all time... Ali v Foreman in "the rumble in the jungle", the infamous Tyson v Holyfield "Bite Fight", Pacquiao v Horn and countless more. The Colonel goes behind the scenes on all of these fights with some rip-roaring stories. But the reason Bob has been able to transcend his sport and become a household name to sports fans is because the Colonel is an entertainer. He's larger than life and bigger than big! He is an old-school broadcaster that prepares immaculately, but when the big moments arrive the notes go out the window and he operates on instinct, letting it all hang out. The Colonel is the man! ❤️ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Howie Games
137: Colonel Bob Sheridan (Part B)

The Howie Games

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 32:33


#TheHowieGames | Colonel Bob Sheridan has been the voice of boxing for over 50 years. He's called 10,000 plus fights, including the biggest prize fights of all time... Ali v Foreman in "the rumble in the jungle", the infamous Tyson v Holyfield "Bite Fight", Pacquiao v Horn and countless more. The Colonel goes behind the scenes on all of these fights with some rip-roaring stories. But the reason Bob has been able to transcend his sport and become a household name to sports fans is because the Colonel is an entertainer. He's larger than life and bigger than big! He is an old-school broadcaster that prepares immaculately, but when the big moments arrive the notes go out the window and he operates on instinct, letting it all hang out. The Colonel is the man! ❤️ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Dictionary
#C297 (collywobbles to colonel)

The Dictionary

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2021 17:12


I read from collywobbles to colonel.     The word of the episode is "collywobbles".     Featured in a Top 10 Dictionary Podcasts list! https://blog.feedspot.com/dictionary_podcasts/     Backwards Talking on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLmIujMwEDbgZUexyR90jaTEEVmAYcCzuq     dictionarypod@gmail.com https://www.facebook.com/thedictionarypod/ https://twitter.com/dictionarypod https://www.instagram.com/dictionarypod/ https://www.patreon.com/spejampar 917-727-5757

Old Row Radio
45 - You'll Never Guess What Colonel Sanders is REALLY Cooking Up

Old Row Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2021 17:57


This week the lads are back and we talk what football culture is like at a non-football school, why FCS football is great, the craziest college mascots, the Razorbacks breaking into the top 10, Colonel Sanders and where he really got that bag, who Hogg would let kidnap his children, and Hmmx closes it out with real talk about this one weird trick to reach your HIGHEST potential. Can't miss. Panelists: Hmmx, Trace, HoggFollow @redactedradio_ on Instagram and TwitterLeave a voicemail (225) 800-2415 or email redactedradiopod@gmail.com

Up and At ’Em: Minnesota’s Morning Podcast

Property taxes are about to skyrocket. Plus, Right Up My Alley is back with Barbara Thomas Smith.

The Commercial Break
EP107: Colonel Clap

The Commercial Break

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 68:17


Bryan shares with Hoadley his love for the Chicago Cubs, Harry Caray, WGN Radio and The 7th Inning Stretch. tHen he shares his disdain for Conor McGregor's slaughter of the Wrigley Tradition of singing Take Me Out! Finally, the gang reviews a government produced movie from the 1940's warning soldiers of STD's, loose women and the danger of unclean sex. It's an eye-opening film that shows the backwards attitudes toward women, sex and movie making! LINKS:Want a TCB limited edition collectible sticker? Each series sticker is limited and first come, first serve. Click HERE to find out how!Or send a text or voicemail to 661-Best-2-Yo (1.661.237.8296)Watch this episode on YoutubeTCBTV-minusSponsorStreamlight Lending By SunTrust Bank (Use Code TCB for additional interest savings)DBSAlliance For Mental Health HelpMagic Spoon (Use Code TCB)FUM (Use Code TCB) Smokeless Pipe for Smoking SesationMEMPHO Music Fest (Oct 1st-3rd 2021)Castbox is the TCB partner for the Mempho Fest showsSubscribe to The Commercial Break Podcast Youtube ChannelNew Episodes on Tuesdays and now Fridays everywhere!Text or leave us a message: 1-(661)-BEST-2-YO  |  (1-661-237-8296)

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