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Junior commissioned officer in many nations' armed forces

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Hot Mic! On The Line
Episode 52: Exposing the Truth

Hot Mic! On The Line

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 184:10


Hector Bravo is a combat veteran, former Tactical Commander, and a Lieutenant for the 3rd largest law enforcement agency in the nation. Hector has over 20 years of military and law enforcement experience combined.Hector comes to the show to speak of his experience in war when he joined the military at 17 years old. He also speaks of issues dealt with while working in law enforcement and it isn't the bad guys. The Hot Mic team and Hector also touch on PTSD and Corrections Fatigue, an ongoing cancer that most of us deal with. The live show of this episode had one of the best responses from our viewers. Listen in as we hope you enjoy this episode as well!Be sure to follow us on:Facebook: Hotmic HotmicInstagram: Hotmic_OnthelineHector Bravo: Instagram: torment_tactical

The Chris Voss Show
The Chris Voss Show Podcast – The First Five Minutes: School Shooting Survival Guide For Administrators and Teachers by Daniel Dluzneski

The Chris Voss Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 52:30


The First Five Minutes: School Shooting Survival Guide For Administrators and Teachers by Daniel Dluzneski According to the FBI, an active school shooter event lasts an average of 3-5 minutes. What you do with that time can save lives. From Dan Dluzneski, school safety expert and retired Lieutenant of the US Secret Service comes The First FIVE Minutes, a proven guide to locking down effectively. In an event as stressful as a school shooting, the normal human response is to freeze. Imagine if instead of panicking, you knew exactly what to do. And even better, that your entire staff and student body could act quickly and seamlessly to secure your school? The First Five Minutes offers tested and proven critical advice that is both affordable and practical. After reading this book, you will: Learn why a lockdown is still the best way to keep safe in the event of a school shooting. Recognize how to drill properly to prepare for an active shooter event. Gain confidence that you know what to do in those critical first five minutes. Understand how implicit memory helps you react automatically in an emergency. Get Dan's step-by-step framework, backed by 20 years of successful use in schools across America. When the adrenaline hits, make every minutecount. Lockdown. Survive. Save Lives.

Cops and Writers Podcast
94 Detective Lieutenant Richard Rybicki Takes Us Into The Real Chicago P.D.

Cops and Writers Podcast

Play Episode Play 30 sec Highlight Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 107:50


Today's show takes us into the "real" Chicago P.D. with retired Detective Lieutenant Richard Rybicki!The good lieutenant served for over 29 years on the Chicago Police Department where he worked as a Patrol Officer, Tactical Officer, Gang Crimes Specialist, Detective, Patrol Sergeant, Detective Sergeant, Patrol Lieutenant, and Detective Lieutenant. His last assignment was as the Lieutenant/commanding officer of the Area Three Homicide/Sex/Gang Crimes unit.If you want to know how the dedicated men and women of the Chicago Police Department actually solve crimes and what lingo and culture are specific to the Chicago P.D., this episode is for you! During this episode you will learn:What it was like to be a rookie Chicago Cop back in the late 1970s.What equipment was issued to a rookie way back then.The rank structure for the Chicago Police Department.How homicides are investigated in Chicago. Lingo and culture that is used in the Chicago Police Department.All of this and more on today's episode of the Cops and Writers Podcast!Visit Richard's author page on Amazon.Check out the Sam Laska Crime Thriller page on Facebook.Enjoy the Cops and Writers book series.Please visit the Cops and Writers website.If you have a question for the sarge, hit him up at his email.Come join the fun at the Cops and Writers Facebook groupDo you enjoy gritty, action-packed real-life police dramas to get your fill of blood, heartache, and cop humor? You've come to the right series!Book one of Brew City Blues, Field Training, is now live and book two, Probation is now on pre-order and will be available for purchase on December 30, 2022, only on Amazon!Support the show

Tour Stories
Nate Mendel: Live Nude Guys

Tour Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 13:20


Nate Mendel is the bass player of the Foo Fighters.  He cut his teeth in the Northwest punk rock scene touring and recording with  Diddly Squat, Christ On A Crutch and Sunny Day Real Estate, to name a few.   In this episode Nate shares the curious history of nudity in his rock n roll career.  Music by Nate Mendel, Lieutenant, and Joe Plummer. https://lieutenantmusic.bandcamp.com/album/if-i-kill-this-thing-were-all-going-to-eat-for-a-weekUse coupon code FRET10 to claim 10% off your iZotope plug-in purchase or try Music Production Suite Pro free for 30 days.Go to www.izotope.com/en/lp/ruinous @thetourstories

The Professional Brotherhood™
125 - Honoring the Past with MacBoston 18 Truck

The Professional Brotherhood™

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 52:51


On todays episode we are joined by Mike France and Bill Purcell from MacBoston 18 Truck.Mike has been a volunteer firefighter for 33 years, is a past chief (2x) and has been an active member fo MacBoston for the last 10 years.  He has been MacBoston's president for the last six.Bill has been a volunteer firefighter for the last 19 years (across three states), is a New York State fire instructor and has been with MacBoston for eight years.  He currently serves as their secretary. About our hosts:Brian Soller has been an active volunteer for the last 30+ years.  He currently serves as assistant chief of the Rock Hill Fire Department and for the past 17 years has been a New York state fire instructor assigned to Sullivan County, NY.  Soller also served as chief of the Rock Hill Fire Department from 2018 - 2020 and chief of the Monticello Fire Department from 2001-2002.Soller has also been a New York State emergency medical technician for the last 25+ years. He speaks extensively on the promotion of professionalism in the volunteer fire service through his podcast and YouTube channel. Follow us on social @professional.brotherhood @chiefsollerOn the web at professionalbrotherhood.comSend future episode suggestions or comments on past episodes to professionalvff@gmail.com.Interested in being a guest on the show?  Please email professionalvff@gmail.com.Kara Judd, is a six year member of the Cazenovia Fire Department where she currently serves as a Lieutenant and Emergency Medical Technician. Kara is also a certified Critical Incident Stress Debriefer as well as an AFAA certified fitness instructor and the owner of Saint Florian Fitness. Her full time career is at the Upstate Medical Hospital in Syracuse, NY where she is a Juvenile Fire Setter Intervention Specialist and Burn Prevention Outreach Educator.On social @st.florianfitness

Mind Body Health & Politics
These people are people in need of support – Sarko Gergerian

Mind Body Health & Politics

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 54:15


Our guest, Police Lieutenant Sarko Gergerian of the Winthrop Massachusetts Police Department, is fighting for change. Change in policy, change in the way drugs are classified, and a change in the way officers can reach out for help. He dreams of a day when first responders have access to the mental health care they need and the War on Drugs is over. Sarko is not only a peace officer in Massachusetts, he is also a psychotherapist, Karate Professor, and advocate for psychedelic medicines – having experienced firsthand the healing potential they have. We discuss the challenges first responders face, the domestic violence problem, and the changes that are being made to make our nation a better place.“This is one of the most amazing countries on earth, in my opinion. And it deserves reverence and care. And we need to keep working to make it better”Sarko Gergerian is a master's level clinical mental health counselor with a background in philosophy, religion, and psychology, and is currently doing doctorate-level work at Pacifica Graduate Institute in Depth, Jungian and Archetypal Psychology. He is trained in psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy and holds the 100-hour certificate from the Multidisciplinary Association of Psychedelic Studies (MAPS). He is the first working peace officer in the country to complete an experiential training component sanctioned by the Federal Government which allowed entry into an expanded state of consciousness by MDMA during psychotherapy and the first to earn the Certified Addiction Recovery Coach (CARC) credential from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.Sarko currently works as a police peace officer at the rank of Lieutenant and a psychotherapist. In these roles, he founded one of the first Guardianship police models in the country known as C.L.E.A.R. He is a certified police peer professional who works to not only find and help civilians stay out of cages and caskets, but also connect with first responders so they do not succumb to job-related stress injury. In his lifetime, he has worked as a certified personal trainer, natural bodybuilding competitor/coach, and mental health first aid instructor. He is a published thinker, national trainer, and international speaker. He is an activist working to bring the War on Drugs to an end.Sarko believes that a strong therapeutic alliance is foundational to psychotherapy. He uses empathy, active listening, and proper questions to engage in meaningful therapeutic dialogue, which is always trauma-informed, strengths-based, and person-centered. He believes that resilience and capacity expansion in all of the domains of wellness should be central to self-care. In addition to policing and psychotherapy, he holds professor-level rank in American Kenpo Karate (AKK) and is a certified Heart Math meditation instructor and trainer.Show notes:* The first working police officer in the United States to earn the certified addiction recovery coach credential – Police Lieutenant Sarko Gergerian* The different types of education police offers should have* The Federal Bureau of Narcotics made everything worse- how has policing adapted?* Could safe supply be the answer to our drug problems?* The war on drugs is a terrible war* Moral injury and the domestic violence problem* These people are people in need of support* How did a police officer come to realize the potential benefits of psychedelics?* The wheels of change go very, very slowly* The positive impact of Martial Arts* The importance of firearms training for police officersLinks and references:* Psychedelic Wisdom* Psychedelic Medicine* Good Cop, Bad War* Entheo Bliss* EcstaticThank you for reading Mind Body Health & Politics. This post is public so feel free to share it.Want the episode transcript and video? Join our Tribe!Have a Healing Story to Share?We'd love to hear from you on political and health issues, and are currently soliciting stories from individuals, couples, and families who would like to share their healing stories with psychedelics.(Learn more about Wilbur Hot Springs)Mind Body Health & Politics is a reader-supported publication. To receive new posts and support my work, consider becoming a free or paid subscriber. Get full access to Mind Body Health & Politics at www.mindbodyhealthpolitics.org/subscribe

Cinematary
The Smiling Lieutenant (Films by Ernst Lubitsch)

Cinematary

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 83:49


Part 1: Zach and Michael talk about movies they saw this week, including: Cadejo Blanco, Tar and My Father's Dragon.Part 2 (45:08): The group continues their Films by Ernst Lubitsch series with 1931's The Smiling Lieutenant.See movies discussed in this episode here.Don't want to listen? Watch the podcast on our YouTube channel.Also follow us on:FacebookTwitterLetterboxd

The Professional Brotherhood™
124 - Windshield Time, “PPC and FF Fitness”

The Professional Brotherhood™

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 3:19


About our hosts:Brian Soller has been an active volunteer for the last 30+ years.  He currently serves as assistant chief of the Rock Hill Fire Department and for the past 17 years has been a New York state fire instructor assigned to Sullivan County, NY.  Soller also served as chief of the Rock Hill Fire Department from 2018 - 2020 and chief of the Monticello Fire Department from 2001-2002.Soller has also been a New York State emergency medical technician for the last 25+ years. He speaks extensively on the promotion of professionalism in the volunteer fire service through his podcast and YouTube channel. Follow us on social @professional.brotherhood @chiefsollerOn the web at professionalbrotherhood.comSend future episode suggestions or comments on past episodes to professionalvff@gmail.com.Interested in being a guest on the show?  Please email professionalvff@gmail.com.Kara Judd, is a six year member of the Cazenovia Fire Department where she currently serves as a Lieutenant and Emergency Medical Technician. Kara is also a certified Critical Incident Stress Debriefer as well as an AFAA certified fitness instructor and the owner of Saint Florian Fitness. Her full time career is at the Upstate Medical Hospital in Syracuse, NY where she is a Juvenile Fire Setter Intervention Specialist and Burn Prevention Outreach Educator.On social @st.florianfitness

3 Point Firefighter
S3 E6 Part 2 of my interview with Kiel Samsing.. More OODA Loop and firehouse pranks!

3 Point Firefighter

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 30:05


 Part 2Kiel Samsing is a Lieutenant with the Newport News Fire Department on Engine 2 in the East End and a part time firefighter for the West Point Volunteer Fire Department. Kiel has been an instructor at Andy Fredericks Training Days, Art of Firemanship, and the Firemanship Conference Portland. He has been an FDIC H.O.T. lead instructor and classroom instructor. He specializes in engine work and decision making using the OODA Loop. 3pointfirefighter@gmail.com 

True Crime Campfire
G.I. Joke: The Life and Death of Lieutenant Gliniewicz

True Crime Campfire

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 42:23


Joseph Campbell wrote, “It is only when a man tames his own demons that he becomes the king of himself, if not the world.” Problem is, sometimes there's a thin line between “hero” and “hero complex.” Adoration and attention aren't always good for people. After a while, they can start to believe so strongly in their own PR that they lose all sense of reality. And protecting the image can become the most important thing in their lives, crowding out everybody, and everything. I'd say this is the story of a fallen hero. But the fact is, he was never really a hero in the first place. He was just wearing the mask. Join us for the story of Lt. Joe Gliniewicz, or as his admirers called him, G.I. Joe--a former paratrooper and 30 year veteran of the Fox Lake, Illinois police. A local celebrity and family man who devoted his time to the Boy Scout "Police Explorers" club and maintained an impeccable reputation...until his shocking death in 2015. What initially looked like a murder--an officer cut down in the line of duty--soon revealed itself as something very different, and revealed Joe Gliniewicz to be a villain in disguise. Sources:https://www.fox29.com/news/disturbing-new-details-emerge-in-probe-of-disgraced-fox-lake-copMichael Martinez, CNN special report "The Secret Life of GI Joe" https://www.cnn.com/2016/01/26/us/fox-lake-police-lt-joe-gliniewiczABC: https://abc7chicago.com/melodie-gliniewicz-joe-fox-lake-police-guilty/11577785/NBC, Joe Schuppe: https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/officer-joe-gliniewiczs-dark-double-life-leaves-village-shock-n458821https://www.nydailynews.com/news/crime/bad-fox-lake-town-official-killed-article-1.2424992CNBC's "American Greed," Episode "Badge of Dishonor"Investigation Discovery's "Married With Secrets," episode "A Darker Shade of Blue"Follow us, campers!Patreon (join to get all episodes ad-free, at least a day early, an extra episode a month, and a free sticker!): https://patreon.com/TrueCrimeCampfireFacebook: True Crime CampfireInstagram: https://gramha.net/profile/truecrimecampfire/19093397079Twitter: @TCCampfire https://twitter.com/TCCampfireEmail: truecrimecampfirepod@gmail.comMERCH! https://true-crime-campfire.myspreadshop.com/

The John Krol Podcast
#66 - Brian Berkel, Berkshire Coalition for Suicide Prevention, Detective Lieutenant Massachusetts State Trooper (retired)

The John Krol Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 72:56


As an investigator as a member of the State Police, Brian Berkel saw firsthand the devastation of suicide in our community. Today, he's a part of a concerted effort to continue to remove the stigma that remains on this sensitive issue, open up the conversation, and save lives. Today, Brian is the president of the board of trustees for the Berkshire Coalition for Suicide Prevention. Our conversation comes as the coalition has teamed up with the Berkshire International Film Festival and the Austen Riggs Center on this weekend's "Shine the Light" event with a screening and conversation about youth mental illness and suicide prevention at the Mawaiwe Performing Arts Center. In my conversation with Brian, we cover a great deal of ground on particular warning signs, risk factors and opening the conversation to help someone (or yourself) considering suicide, as well as: finding a space for the conversation, not putting off the conversation, removing the means for suicide, emotional and other changes as a red flag, veterans disproportionately impacted, Officer Doug Kingsley's walk across Massachusetts to raise suicide awareness, Kevin Hines and regretting a suicide attempt, what not to say to someone who may be at risk, and more. I hope you'll enjoy my conversation with Brian Berkel. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/john-krol/support

Unbelievable! w/ Kurt & Luis
The Lieutenant Of Bullfighting & The Double Agent Of Sex Appeal

Unbelievable! w/ Kurt & Luis

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 73:54


It's a spy thriller this episode! Luis tells Kurt about two extraordinary spies of the mid-20th century: a sexy Spanish bullfighter takes on fascism, and a Serb that traveled all through Europe in a distinct "loose and easy manner." Content warning: there's a LOT of J. Edgar Hoover slander in this episode.

Skyrim Book Club
Lieutenant Jascien's Last Missive

Skyrim Book Club

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 0:42


3 Point Firefighter
S3 E5 Decision Making and the OODA Loop with Kiel Samsing Part 1

3 Point Firefighter

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 31:35


Part 1Kiel Samsing is a Lieutenant with the Newport News Fire Department on Engine 2 in the East End and a part time firefighter for the West Point Volunteer Fire Department. Kiel has been an instructor at Andy Fredericks Training Days, Art of Firemanship, and the Firemanship Conference Portland. He has been an FDIC H.O.T. lead instructor and classroom instructor. He specializes in engine work and decision making using the OODA Loop. 3pointfirefighter@gmail.com

The Silver King's War
Dearest Ones Epilogue: Bomber School Graduation

The Silver King's War

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 11:10


This episode is Part Eleven of the epilogue for Stanley's letters, "Dearest Ones," that he wrote to his family throughout his Second World War (first produced on Veterans Day 2021; published on Veterans Day 2022).  Michael G. Sievers, the writer, producer and creator of "The Silver King's War" podcast series, discusses his father's bomber school graduation on 15 January, 1944, at Carlsbad Army Air Base in New Mexico. The Silver King is now a commissioned officer (2nd Lieutenant) in the Army of the United States. Contact us: thesilverkingswar@gmail.com Please review "The Silver King's War" on Apple Podcasts Share our hero, The Silver King, with family & friends Thank you for listening to our podcast

The O2X Tactical Performance Podcast
Doug Kingsley | Sherborn (MA) Police Officer

The O2X Tactical Performance Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 30:46


-On October 12th, in effort to raise awareness for police suicide and first responder mental health, Doug Kingsley walked across the entire state of Massachusetts over 12 day period. In doing this, he raised 27k for First H.E.L.P. - a non profit that aims to reduce mental health stigma for first responders-Doug is a Police Officer with the Sherborn (MA) Police Department. He currently serves as a Patrol Officer and has recently been certified as a firearms instructor.-He's a 2016 graduate of the Providence College ROTC program where commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant with the Rhode Island Army National Guard. He spent his first 4 years as a Platoon Leader in the 169th Military Police Company. He's currently assigned as an S3 with the 118th Military Police Battalion as a 1st Lieutenant.NOTE: at the 11:04 mark of the episode, we experienced mic failure leading to less than optimal sound quality. We apologize for the inconvenience.Check out First H.E.L.P. :https://1sthelp.org/FirstNet Built with AT&T:http://www.firstnet.com/healthandwellnessDownload the O2X Tactical Performance App:app.o2x.comLet us know what you think:Website: http://o2x.comIG: https://instagram.com/o2xhumanperformance?igshid=1kicimx55xt4f 

ATO: BRIDGING THE DIVIDE
Big Episode 5-0 Chief Doug Kowalski

ATO: BRIDGING THE DIVIDE

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 138:17


Episode 50 Chief Doug Kowalski  Special THANK YOU to the ATO family and friends as we release our landmark episode in, fittingly, our Big 5-0. The Assist the Officer Foundation is proud to release our 50th episode and capture a true piece of Dallas Police and Texas law enforcement history in this story. Doug Kowalski moved to Texas and joined the Dallas Police Department in 1977, where he advanced through the ranks of Officer, Corporal, Sergeant, Lieutenant, Captain, and Deputy Chief. Chief Kowalski tells the story of the growth of the Dallas PD Narcotics Unit that went from only eight detectives in 1977 to swelling to over 100 during the 1990's bloody drug wars in Dallas, Texas. Chief helped sculpt this unit and saw incredible Dallas PD history, good and bad, as he witnessed unit success, corruption, and tragedy. During his Dallas career he commanded the Dallas SWAT Unit and oversaw the enormous task of implementing the 911 system in Dallas, Texas. His boots on the ground approach as a SWAT leader was evident when he found himself surrounded by a hostile crowd during the Dallas Cowboys championship parade, fighting for his life in the heart of downtown Dallas. After leaving Dallas PD he traveled North and began a new career in Mckinney, Texas to lead their police department and witnessed the department grow to three times its size under his command in over a decade of being the Mckinney PD's Chief. Now Chief Kowalski commands the Prosper Police Department and , again, is leading a department that is seeing massive growth in both city and PD. For this landmark episode the ATO crew welcomed back LT. Bob Owens, a 40-year Dallas PD veteran, to sit with his old boss and give his perspective on this incredible career. This duo has over 80 years of law enforcement service. Special Thank You to Misty Vancuren, Danny Canete, Josh Hertel, Randy Aguilar and so many incredible guests and guest cohosts to make this podcast happen. Critical incidents: Dallas Cowboys championship parade riot in February 1993. 1999 story of former Dallas Chief Terrell Bolton's demotion of 9 commanders.

Gwinnett Business Radio
Ken Harris with Army ROTC/Bulldog Battalion and Lieutenant Danny Mancillas

Gwinnett Business Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022


Ken Harris/Army ROTC and LT. Danny Mancillas Army ROTC/Bulldog Battalion incorporates the University of Georgia (UGA) and Georgia Gwinnett College (GGC) to produce the Army's Future Leaders. Scholarships and other great career opportunities are available now through GoArmy.com/ROTC. Ken Harris is a 40-year Veteran of the U.S. Navy, Army National Guard, and currently serves in […] The post Ken Harris with Army ROTC/Bulldog Battalion and Lieutenant Danny Mancillas appeared first on Business RadioX ®.

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Ken Harris with Army ROTC/Bulldog Battalion and Lieutenant Danny Mancillas

Business RadioX ® Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022


Ken Harris/Army ROTC and LT. Danny Mancillas Army ROTC/Bulldog Battalion incorporates the University of Georgia (UGA) and Georgia Gwinnett College (GGC) to produce the Army's Future Leaders. Scholarships and other great career opportunities are available now through GoArmy.com/ROTC. Ken Harris is a 40-year Veteran of the U.S. Navy, Army National Guard, and currently serves in […]

Woman's Hour
Woman in the Royal Navy 'was raped on ship'

Woman's Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 58:11


A woman who served in the Royal Navy for 20 years speaks for the first time about how she was raped and sexually assaulted during her career. Speaking to Emma Barnett on Woman's Hour she describes experiencing several other incidents of sexual harassment during her time serving, including a colleague putting his penis on her shoulder. She says that when a senior colleague discovered she was pregnant, they suggested that an appointment be made for her to have an abortion. The Conservative MP Sarah Atherton serves on the Defence Select Committee, and led an inquiry last year into the experiences of women in the armed forces, which heard from 4200 women, including some 9% of women currently serving in the armed forces. The Atherton report found that 64 percent of female veterans and 58 percent of currently-serving women reported experiencing bullying harassment or discrimination during their careers. Sarah joins Emma to give her response to Catherine's story. Lieutenant colonel Diane Allen, served for 37 years in the Army before resigning last year. She has previously called for a Me Too moment across the military. Diane has a website- forwarned - where she collates testimony from serving and former service personnel and joins Emma Barnett. At 53, Jenifer Aniston has opened up for the first time about spending years ‘throwing everything' at trying to conceive, following years of speculation. There are so many stories of eventual happy endings for those on the infertility road. But what about those how who don't have that? Emma Barnett is joined by Caroline Stafford, a baker, who shares her own experiences of what happens when things don't work out. Presenter: Emma Barnett Producer: Emma Pearce

The Joyce Kaufman Show
The Joyce Kaufman Show 11/8/22

The Joyce Kaufman Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 39:23


Today is Election day! Joyce talks about the possibility of republicans taking over. Governor Ron DeSantis stops DOJ monitors from entering polling places. Lieutenant governor Janet Nunez calls in to talk about the support for Governor Ron DeSantis at the polls.

Threefold Real Estate Investing
From Firefighter to Full-time Multifamily Investor with Seth Teagle #125

Threefold Real Estate Investing

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 35:11


Today on the podcast, we welcome back Seth Teagle! Originally a lifelong firefighter/paramedic and later Lieutenant, Seth moved to the real estate industry with the goal of growing a real estate portfolio to hedge against the inevitable end of a physically demanding career. Upon purchasing his first real estate deal, Seth's 50 unit acquisition yielded $1M. He continues to focus on asset acquisitions, broker communications, investor relations and overall growth strategy for his company, The Stream Group. Seth is well-known in the multifamily real estate industry for educating others, particularly those with a similar background to his own, and he does this through his coaching group, The Firehouse Bros. Join me today as Seth opens up about his experiences with in-house property management, how vital mentorship is, and what he is seeing currently in the Columbus, Ohio market! Don't miss it! Connect with Seth at: Website: https://www.thestreamgroups.com/ Coaching Program: www.thefirehousebros.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/seth.teagle Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/seth-teagle-bb1930b5/ Seth's Book Recommendation: Who Not How by: David Sullivan Seth's Prayer Request: Wisdom to make good decisions. Connect with Lee: Website: THREEFOLD - Real Estate Investing (threefoldrei.com), Email: info@threefoldrei.com, Facebook: Threefold Real Estate Investing | Facebook, LinkedIn: Lee Yoder | LinkedIn, NEW!!! YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGM93x6ZEDa4n9yH7UP97iA Check out our Free E-book! https://threefoldrei.ac-page.com/5-steps-to-passive-income-for-the-full-time-dad

The FourBlock Podcast
Character and Competence: Leadership Insights from an Architectural Engineering and Construction Industry CEO

The FourBlock Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 35:06


This week on the FourBlock Podcast, we welcome U.S. Navy Veteran Eric Quinn, the CEO of full-service construction consultancy KMI International. In conversation with FourBlock Founder Mike Abrams, Eric discusses his time in the Navy, sharing why he joined, how it changed the trajectory of his career, and the leadership skills he gained during his service. He takes us through his transition to the business world, his move to the Architectural Engineering and Construction (AEC) industry, and how he worked his way to where he is today. Throughout the episode, Eric provides invaluable insights on leadership and building trust, sharing his personal experience from his time in service military and his successful career. To close out the episode, Mike asks Eric what advice he has for transitioning service members as well as any veterans looking to start a career in the AEC space. Eric Quinn leads KMI as the company's CEO. His leadership career began at an early age while he attended the U.S. Naval Academy and served his country as a Lieutenant in the Navy, learning quickly the importance of having the right team in place to accomplish the mission. His focus is on having the best people, processes, and organizational structure in place to deliver the highest quality of services for KMI's clients. Eric will tell you that one of his primary focuses is maximizing the potential in people he leads to ensure KMI is a distinct company with a stellar reputation, thus becoming the most sought-after employer in the industry. Eric held leadership positions in several organizations, including Procter & Gamble, ES3, and President of GBI Tile and Stone, before coming to KMI to serve as the company's COO, later being promoted to CEO. His background in mathematics gives him a strong understanding of figures and analytics, but he also has extensive experience in business development and generating revenue. His proudest accomplishments included turning around a former company in order to save hundreds of jobs, as well as helping facilitate a partnership between his current company, KMI, and the School of Architecture and Engineering Technology at Florida A&M University (FAMU). The partnership includes a student chapter of the Construction Management Association of America (CMAA), and guest lectures by KMI to mentor the next generation of construction managers and give them the tools they need to succeed. Eric has a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from the United States Naval Academy and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Florida.   ABOUT US Welcome to the FourBlock Podcast, a show that examines veteran career transition and the military-civilian divide in the workplace. General Charles Krulak coined the term "Three Block War" to describe the nature of 21st-century military service defined by peace-keeping, humanitarian aid, and full combat. But what happens next? Veterans are often unprepared to return home and begin new careers. We call this the Fourth Block.  FourBlock is a national non-profit that has supported thousands of transitioning service members across the nation in beginning new and meaningful careers.  Mike Abrams (@fourblock) is an Afghanistan veteran, founder of FourBlock, and author of two military transition books. He represents the military transition perspective. Lindsey Pollak (@lindsaypollak) is a career and workplace expert and New York Times bestselling author of three career advice books. Lindsey represents the civilian perspective of this issue.  Veterans, explore new industries and make the right connections. Find a career that fits your calling. Join us at fourblock.org/ Sponsor our program or host a class to equip more of our veterans at fourblock.org/donate. Follow FourBlock on Social Media  LinkedIn Facebook Instagram Twitter Podcast episodes are produced and edited in part by the Columbia University Center for Veteran Transition and Integration.  

Pilsners and Politics
Season 4, Episode 5: Retired NYPD Lieutenant John Macari

Pilsners and Politics

Play Episode Play 45 sec Highlight Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 47:35


On this episode of Pilsners and Politics Podcast Benjamin sits down with John Macari, Trustee for The National Coalition of Frontline Workers, Host of New York's Finest: Retired & Unfiltered Podcast and retired NYPD Lieutenant. The two discuss the abuses that took place in Blue Cities and States during the "pandemic." John discusses his personal experience and struggle with his choice not to get vaccinated, that ultimitely lead to him leaving the worlds GREATEST POLICE FORCE. John also discusses the constant discrimination by NYC Government and sheds light on the NYC propaganda machine.  We lived through the largest human rights crisis in modern time. History will expose the tyranny. Find John on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/johndmacari/

Review It Yourself
The Battle of The Standard (1138) Video Podcast

Review It Yourself

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2022 16:08


Welcome to the first video podcast of Review It Yourself, 'Visit It Yourself Episode 1: The Battle of the Standard (1138) At this position 884 years ago, a unique clash between forces from the Kingdom of England and the Kingdom of Scotland was about to begin: A battle which come to be known as 'The Battle of The Standard'. But what was the reason for this imminent encounter? First a little background, the United Kingdom of today did not exist in the Twelfth Century. A United Kingdom of Scotland had emerged in the Tenth Century and it's Kings were very eager to exploit the power vacuum in the Northern area of The Kingdom of England. Henry the First of England ruled from 1100, until his death in 1135. He died after eating an excessive number of 'lampreys' (tiny eels). He had promised the crown to his daughter Matilda (one of his 28 children), after his son died when he drowned during the sinking of the Royal Boat The White Ship, in the English Channel. Despite making the English Lords swear allegiance to Matilda as his heir apparent, after his death the Lords disliked both the idea of a female Queen and Matilda's personality and went back on their promise. Matilda was brave, strong and knew how to fight, but whilst she was attempting to rally support for her claim to the English Throne, her cousin Stephen had himself crowned behind her back. This caused The First Civil War of England, known as "The Anarchy". How did the Scottish become involved? By the Twelfth Century, the demarcation line, or boundary, between England and Scotland was far from clear-cut. Often pre-occupied with France, England's Norman Kings decided to build castles to protect the North. The formation of these castles was not meant to prevent invasion as this was not feasible, their purpose was to buy time until relief arrived from the South. These castles would be supported once the better-equipped reinforcements from the South of England arrived. The Scottish, lacking any besieging resources usually withdrew. This meant that that face-to-face battles across open countryside between England and Scotland were not expected. The uniqueness of the battle is that in a time of skirmishes and sieges, this pitched battle stands out. Horsemen got off their steeds and fought on foot. Alfred Burne said of the battle, "there is probably no battle fought in England, of equal importance, that has so little controversy attached to it". The Scottish King in 1135 was King David the First. Whilst King Stephen fought to secure his claim, King David took the opportunity to invade Northern England and secure more territory, under the guise of appearing in England on behalf of his niece Matilda's aid. David justified his invasion by claiming that the King was a usurper who should not be on the throne. As was the tradition with English Kings, Stephen had left Yorkshire to be defended by the commons and the Barons, as the South and West of England had erupted into rebellion. The crown also focused upon France. Upon hearing of the Scottish invasion, Lieutenant of the North, Thurstan Archbishop of York, described as 'a man of action', preached a Holy War against the 'savage invaders', despite being too old to participate in the actual battle. Yorkshire men looked upon the challenge as a crusade against 'savages' and followed the banners of St. Cuthbert of Durham, St. Wilfrid of Ripon, St. John of Beverley and St. Peter of York. A major clash of forces now appeared inevitable... Thanks for listening!

WO Voices
Dr. Jill Saxon: Four Enduring Lessons From Being in the U.S. Navy

WO Voices

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 17:15


Today, Jill Saxon, OD, FAAO, is executive director, professional strategy at Bausch + Lomb. But she started her career in the U.S. Navy, leaving after eight years as a Lieutenant in the U.S. Naval Reserves. In honor of Veteran's Day, WO asked Dr. Saxon to reflect on the enduring lessons and experiences she gained from being an OD in the military. WO thanks all ODs who served and serve as a member of the Armed Forces for their service. 

Justice Impacted with Kristine Bunch
EP10: Groundbreaking Wrongful Conviction Training for Cops

Justice Impacted with Kristine Bunch

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 38:16


Official misconduct is the https://www.law.umich.edu/special/exoneration/Pages/ExonerationsContribFactorsByCrime.aspx (second leading cause) of wrongful convictions. But an innovative collaboration between the http://pti.illinois.edu/ (University of Illinois Police Training Institute) (PTI) and the https://www.uis.edu/illinoisinnocenceproject (Illinois Innocence Project) (IIP) aims to change that with this groundbreaking police cadet training program.   Join Kristine and special guests Dr. Mike Schlosser, PTI Director, and Dr. Gwen Jordan, former UIS Innocence Project Attorney to learn more about how police training can prevent wrongful convictions. About Mike... Mike Schlosser, Ph.D is Director of the Police Training Institute (PTI) at the University of Illinois. He holds a Master's Degree in Public Administration from Governor's State University, a Master's Degree in Legal Studies from the University of Illinois-Springfield, and a Doctorate in Education from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He retired as a Lieutenant from the Rantoul Illinois Police Department and has worked for PTI since 1998 and has been a full-time instructor since his retirement from policing. Mike is credited for groundbreaking efforts toward police reform through implementation of innovative curricula for improving police practices including courses on policing in diverse communities such as multiracial and LGBTQ, police officer wellness, understanding sexual assault victims, wrongful conviction awareness, de-escalation techniques, and arrest tactics. Connect with Mike... https://pti.illinois.edu/ (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Police Training Institute ) About Gwen... Gwen Jordan, J.D., Ph.D., retired in May 2022 after more than 35 years serving as an attorney and a professor in the fields of Justice and Legal Studies. After beginning her career as a Deputy District Attorney in Colorado and witnessing many injustices within our criminal justice system, Jordan dedicated her career to changing the system. Jordan focused much of her work on wrongful convictions and the Innocence Movement: getting innocent individuals out of prison and exonerated, fighting for policy reforms, and spearheading education initiatives for the general public, lawyers, activists, law enforcement officers, and students. Most recently, Gwen served as Associate Professor and Chair of the Justice and Legal Studies Department at Bay Path University (Longmeadow, Massachusetts), where she taught courses in law and justice, including courses on wrongful convictions, Prior to joining Bay Path University, Gwen served as a staff attorney with the Illinois Innocence Project (IIP). Credits... Credits: Host: Kristine Bunch, Indiana exoneree and Outreach Coordinator for https://interrogatingjustice.org/ (Interrogating Justice) and https://howtojustice.org/ (How to Justice) Producer: Tammy Alexander, creator and co-host of the https://www.podpage.com/snow-files/ (Snow Files Podcast) Announcer: https://www.imdb.me/the-real-eric-brenner-on-tv (Eric Brenner), actor and voice over artist https://howtojustice.org/ (How to Justice) is a non-profit group that seeks to raise up justice-impacted people. Its goal? Provide easy-to-read answers to your questions about your rights before, during and after prison. https://interrogatingjustice.org/ (Interrogating Justice) is a nonprofit, nonpartisan think tank. Our team of attorneys, advocates and allies take on some of the biggest legal, social and ethical justice-reform issues today. Our goal is simple: help shed light on the obstacles preventing our justice system from being just. https://howtojustice.org/donate/ (Donate:) We have the largest database of resources for justice impacted people in the United States. Your donation will help us continue to educate justice-impacted individuals about the law and how to protect the rights that they are entitled to under it. It will pay for...

The Thriller Zone
Joe Kenda, TV Host and Author of Killer Triggers

The Thriller Zone

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 91:01


On today's 104th Episode of The Thriller Zone, we kick off the month of November with TV Host of Homicide Hunters, and author of Killer Triggers, the world-renowned Joe Kenda. With 387 murder cases spanning 23 years under his belt, with a success close rate of 92%, it's easy to see why Joe Kenda is more than just an average cop. As a decorated Lieutenant., Joe has seen it all, as you'll hear in this up close and personal podcast. *Please Note: There are a few "offensive words" used in the show, so if you're "sensitive" you've been warned! In fact, never before, has The Thriller Zone offered so much REAL STORYTELLING of TRUE CRIMES in our one-and-a-half history. But that's about to change. Because coming in 2023, The Thriller Zone will feature even MORE True Crime, as well as more "theatrical presentations" of entertaining podcasts. Stay tuned for an even BIGGER and BETTER Thriller Zone in 2023, but until then, find a comfy chair, pour a tasty beverage--unless of course you're driving--and settle in for some Rock Solid Storytelling from The Master of True Crime. Hell, two TV shows, two books and an illustrious career should just about say it all, right? WELL, MY, MY, MY... --- To learn more about Joe just look him up on Google, because he doesn't have a website. Neither does he want one. But buy his damn book. It's that good. It's on sale wherever you buy books. Thanks from https://TheThrillerZone.com (TheThrillerZone.com) and https://YouTube.com/TheThrillerZone (YouTube.com/TheThrillerZone) and ALL Podcast Channels & Networks around the globe! David Temple, your host Mentioned in this episode: 5-Star Reviews Are Cool Remember when you were a young kid in school and when you did something out of the ordinary, you got a gold star for it. Pretty nice, huh? Well, achieving some sort of recognition for some of us…never actually leaves. Which is why 5-STAR Reviews for our podcast, The Thriller Zone, makes us feel like a shining example of what a good student, or accomplished athlete is like. SO, next time you're listening to an episode of The TZ, and you're really digging what you hear, why not consider taking 2 minutes and leaving a review. It would mean a lot. Warwicks Bookstores Warwick's is one of the oldest, family-run bookstores in America. With a vast array of gifts, including fine pens & leather goods, along with the Best Customer Service found anywhere, it's easy to see why Warwick's should be your one-stop shop for books, gifts and in-person/online author signing events. Learn more at warwicks.com AB Simon Gervais Thriller author Simon Gervais knows more than a thing or two about crafting page-turning thrillers. He always knows exceptional websites when he sees them. That's why he trusts AuthorBytes.com to design, build & host his website: SimonGervaisBooks.com

Antimatter Pod
123. The Very Slow Tiger Of Anxiety (Prodigy 1.11)

Antimatter Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 60:44


Anika and Liz are rolling up to a starbase in a stolen starship, putting on our un-earned cadet uniforms and discussing the new episode of Star Trek: Prodigy and children in Star Trek in general! The chase is on! Lieutenant jg Barniss Frex is THE WORST Starfleet needs to start recruiting career bureaucrats who LIKE being assigned to sit in an office in space and do paperwork. Like … us! We don't actually think Dal is a Janeway/Paris salamander baby, but we have a lot of thoughts about how it would be great if he was It would be terrible if the Diviner has done something to Gwyn to also make her a weapon. Absolutely awful. We wouldn't enjoy that one little bit. Honest. Rok-Tahk is safe to learn and make mistakes If kids go from "Hey, Murf is a Mellanoid slime worm, let's watch the only episode of Star Trek where those are mentioned," they'll watch "Coming of Age", the episode where Wesley fails to get into the Academy (and that's okay). Coincidence? Maybe! Liz wants to be happy about finally getting the J/C hug she's been waiting for since she was 14, but Robert Beltran's making it hard Anika has compiled some stats about children in Star Trek generally, and they are fascinating Like, TOS had FOUR episodes about kids taking over the ship! Out of nine across the franchise, and that's not counting Prodigy! In fact, you can kind of track social attitudes towards children via their presence in Star Trek, which makes it alarming that SNW keeps killing them

HistoryPod
1st November 1911: World's first aerial bombing by Italian Lieutenant Giulio Gavotti on Turkish troops in Libya

HistoryPod

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022


Although nobody was injured during Italy's attack, the Ottoman Empire complained that aerial bombing contravened the Hague ...

Manager Tools
Good Lieutenants Make Good Captains - Chapter 2 - The Trinity

Manager Tools

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 Very Popular


Our chapter two guidance on improving your chances of being promoted by being a good lieutenant.

Urban Valor: the podcast
Wounded Sniper Plays Dead as Enemies Approach [Vietnam War Veteran]

Urban Valor: the podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 50:23


This week's Urban Valor episode features Marine Scout Sniper & Vietnam combat veteran, RJ Jackson. RJ enlisted into the Marine Corps in 1966 after hearing one of his good friends was shot and killed in Vietnam. He was selected to become a scout sniper after demonstrating expert proficiency with his rifle. During his tour in Vietnam, RJ was ambushed and wounded multiple times. During one ambush he was hit with a grenade and took shrapnel all over his body. As he lay on the ground to play dead, several enemy fighters walked past him thinking he wasn't alive. RJ said some of the enemy fighters who walked by him were Chinese, which one of his Lieutenants confirmed later. Sitting down with and hearing RJ story was an honor, and we're proud to have documented it and solidified it's place in history. At Urban Valor, our mission is to give Veterans a voice by presenting them with a platform to share THEIR story in THEIR words, allowing them to share the story they wish to share. Urban Valor is an organization that documents the stories of veterans in their own words and recollection

Historically Thinking: Conversations about historical knowledge and how we achieve it

In late November, 1864, David R. Snelling visited his uncle, who then lived in Baldwin County near Milledgeville, Georgia. As a boy, he had worked in his uncle's fields alongside those his uncle enslaved. Now Snelling returned home as a Lieutenant in the Army of the United States, commanding Company I of the First Alabama Cavalry–though detached on temporary duty as commander of the headquarters escort for General William Tecumseh Sherman. The homecoming was not a happy one, at least for Snelling's uncle. The troopers who accompanied Snelling took what provisions they could find, and then at Snelling's direction burned down the family's cotton gin. Snelling and the First Alabama were some of the very small percentage of Unionists who persisted in the Deep South following secession. Yet Clayton Butler argues that their importance in the minds of both the Union and the Confederacy “helps to shed light on some of the most crucial issues of the entire era.”  He examines these Unionists, and those illuminated issues, in his new book True Blue: White Unionists in the Deep South During the Civil War and Reconstruction.  For Further Investigation The Andrew Johnson National Historic Site, in Greeneville, Tennessee An informative website constructed by historical reenactors who interpret the First Alabama Cavalry (USV) The image is of a Union scout in Louisiana, during the Red River campaign of 1864. For more,  ""Union Scouts in Louisiana," artist's impression, Harper's Weekly, May 1864, detail," House Divided: The Civil War Research Engine at Dickinson College For an introduction to Reconstruction, see the conversation in Episode 67 with Douglas Egerton. For a view of the Civil War that dovetails nicely with this conversation, see Episode 132, a conversation with historian Elizabeth Varon.

History of South Africa podcast
Episode 90 – Slaves, Somerset and the SA Commercial Advertiser

History of South Africa podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 21:39


This is episode 90 and it is 1823. The small coastal harbour town of Port Elizabeth had been founded but it still had no proper jetties, no lighthouse, nor a breakwater. Passengers were forced to disembark precariously through the angry surf. The place was described as an “ugly, dirty, ill-scented, ill-built hamlet…” Resembling some said, the worse fishing villages on the English coast. It also was known as disorderly, drunken and a place of immorality. Further up the coast, two separate towns had been founded on the Kowie River, settlers on the west bank named their little hamlet Port Kowie, and those on the east called their equally small hamlet Port Frances after Governor Lord Charles Somerset's daughter in law. These days we call it Port Alfred. Many settlers who remained in Albany were now trading deep into the interior beyond the boundaries of the colony and legally too. They bartered goods with the amaXhosa, cloth, iron utensils, beads, buttons and copper were exchanged for cattle hides, ivory and gum often at the weekly market held in Grahamstown. Monitoring all of this were the men of the Cape Regiment, the Khoekhoe or the Cape Mounted Rifles as they became known. Lord Charles wanted his eldest son Henry to take over as OC - nothing like a military command to accelerate your place in life he thought. As you know, Henry was not the sharpest tool in the Somerset shed and furthermore, he could not be a commander of a regiment without attaining the rank of Lieutenant Colonel and he couldn't be promoted immediately because Lieutenant colonel Fraser was in charge. However, Fraser was seriously ill and died in October 1823. Henry of course, was appointed commander although without the necessary rank. Nepotism, corruption, poor governance. Take your pick. By now as you know, Thomas Pringle, that Scots lad who'd been an editor in the UK then travelled to his farm in the Bruintjieshoogte with other Scots, had taken up his appointment at the SA Public Library. A man of letters, Pringle then invited a fellow Scot called John Fairbairn to help found a school to promote English language and literature in South Africa. It was to be known as the Classical and Commercial Academy, a bit like studying towards an MBA but partly in Latin. They were joined by a Dutch Reformed clergyman and educator called Abraham Faure. By January 1823 that Pringle and Faure applied for permission to publish a monthly periodical and promised to avoid “the discussion of all controversial or agitating topics…” Somerset refused the request, then wrote secretly to the Secretary of State Earl of Bathurst, calling Pringle an “arrant dissenter…” But the need for an independent voice in South Africa was obvious and George Greig who was to launch the SA Commercial Advertiser knew a good business idea when he saw one.

The Professional Brotherhood™
123 - Mutual Aid, “My Friends are Turning on Me”

The Professional Brotherhood™

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 17:47


**Listener Request**Aaron, who's a volunteer firefighter in the mid-west emailed us and asked the following:"I've decided to throw my name in the hat this year and run for line office.  My friends, who all seemed very supportive in the beginning now seem like they are turning on me in support of the other guy.  What should I do?" Listen in as Brian gives his thoughts on this very common volunteer fire service issue.  About our hosts:Brian Soller has been an active volunteer for the last 30+ years.  He currently serves as assistant chief of the Rock Hill Fire Department and for the past 18 years has been a New York state fire instructor assigned to Sullivan County, NY.  Soller also served as chief of the Rock Hill Fire Department from 2018 - 2020 and chief of the Monticello Fire Department from 2001-2002.Soller has also been a New York State emergency medical technician for the last 25+ years. He speaks extensively on the promotion of professionalism in the volunteer fire service through his podcast and YouTube channel. Follow us on social @professional.brotherhood @chiefsollerOn the web at professionalbrotherhood.comSend future episode suggestions or comments on past episodes to professionalvff@gmail.com.Interested in being a guest on the show?  Please email professionalvff@gmail.com.Kara Judd, is a seven year member of the Cazenovia Fire Department where she currently serves as a Lieutenant and Emergency Medical Technician. Kara is also a certified Critical Incident Stress Debriefer as well as an AFAA certified fitness instructor and the owner of Saint Florian Fitness. Her full time career is at the Upstate Medical Hospital in Syracuse, NY where she is a Juvenile Fire Setter Intervention Specialist and Burn Prevention Outreach Educator.On social @st.florianfitness

Gettin' Salty Experience Firefighter Podcast
GETTIN' SALTY EXPERIENCE PODCAST Ep. 117 | FDNY DEPUTY CHIEF JON MALKIN

Gettin' Salty Experience Firefighter Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 127:22


Our special guest will be 40 year FDNY veteran Deputy Chief Jon Malkin.He was Appointed to FDNY Proby School in 1973 ..and was Assigned to Eng. 271 in Brooklyn.In 1975; Transferred to Engine 277. He was laid-off from 1975-76. In 1976 he was assigned to 211 and then he transferred back to Engine 277. In 1982 he was Promoted to Lieutenant and assigned to Battalion 18 and then assigned to Engine 42 in the Bronx. In 1987 he was promoted to Captain, and in 1988 was assigned to Engine 1. In 1993 he was promoted to Battalion Chief and assigned to the Battalion 18. In 2002, he was promoted to Deputy Chief in Division 1. He was assigned to Division 14 in 2002 and was our Deputy Chief in Queens until he retired in 2012. He operated at the scene of many historic fires in the FDNY..including the Fathers Day Fire . You don't want to miss this one. You can also Listen to our podcast ...we are on all the players #fdny #GOAT #lovethisjob #givebackmorethanyoutake www.youtube.com/gettinsaltyexperience---Connect with Us---OUR MERCH WEBSITE : https://gettinsaltyapparel.com/INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/saltydoginc/FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/gettinsaltyapparelTWITTER: https://twitter.com/saltydogapparelSPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/show/4QSZ6kGOIXa3YuqHv8m0FuSPREAKER: https://www.spreaker.com/show/gettin-salty-experience-podcastAPPLE PODCAST : https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/gettin-salty-experience-podcast/id1497426893

So There I Was
The Lieutenant Savoy Incident Episode 24

So There I Was

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 60:35 Very Popular


Lawman sat with us for more than 5 hours to discuss his unique career before becoming a Blue Angel; and how he got to fly almost every plane in the Marine Corps inventory in Afghanistan. We will break this into about five shows and likely intersperse other shows in between. Lawman is a natural storyteller; he had us howling with laughter and choking up in despair. You'll hear how his upbringing set him up for success in Officer Candidates' School. And you'll learn that growing up in the 60s, the son of a special forces father, was not for the faint-hearted. In upcoming episodes, we will dedicate shows to two Marines with whom Lawman served. And who gave the ultimate sacrifice in service to our country. In this episode, hear about Lawman's early career and how he almost got a much less desirable callsign. Hold your sides as he describes the unauthorized appropriation of a Navy staff car in Spain and how he held his breath waiting for the "shoe to drop" in the wake of their antics. You'll also hear how an innocent (and hilarious) practical joke almost cost him his Marine Corps career. Unfortunately, the only person who didn't find it funny was the one who controlled his fitness report! This show is the first of many with Lawman. You WON'T be disappointed! Please also check out our sponsors' page and get some ideas for custom, thoughtful Christmas, or other holiday gifts. Thank you to Dave Hamilton over at the MacGeekGab for his support and counsel on getting this show to you! Finally, this week you'll note we're using music from "Dos Gringos"; two Air Force Viper drivers who have written some fun and fantastic music which is definitely NOT safe for work! We hope to have the Dos Gringos, "Trip" and "Snooze," on with us in an upcoming show soon!

Ready For Takeoff - Turn Your Aviation Passion Into A Career
RFT 589: Operation Linebacker

Ready For Takeoff - Turn Your Aviation Passion Into A Career

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 13:51 Very Popular


Operation Linebacker, the code name for the new interdiction campaign, would have four objectives: to isolate North Vietnam from its sources of supply by destroying railroad bridges and rolling stock in and around Hanoi and north-eastwards toward the Chinese frontier; the targeting of primary storage areas and marshalling yards; to destroy storage and transshipment points and to eliminate (or at least damage) the North's air defense system. With nearly 85 percent of North Vietnam's imports (which arrived by sea) blocked by Pocket Money, the administration and the Pentagon believed that this would cut its final lines of communication with its socialist allies. China alone shipped an average of 22,000 tons of supplies a month over two rail lines and eight major roads that linked it with North Vietnam. On 10 May Operation Linebacker began with mass bombing operations against North Vietnam by tactical fighter aircraft of the Seventh Air Force and Task Force 77. Their targets included the railroad switching yards at Yên Viên and the Paul Doumer Bridge, on the northern outskirts of Hanoi. A total of 414 sorties were flown on the first day of the operation, 120 by the Air Force and 294 by the Navy and they encountered the heaviest single day of air-to-air combat during the Vietnam War, with 11 VPAF MiGs (four MiG-21s and seven MiG-17s) and two Air Force F-4s shot down.[45] Anti-aircraft artillery and over 100 surface-to-air missile firings also brought down two U.S. Navy aircraft (one of which was flown by aces Duke Cunningham and William P. Driscoll). By the end of the month, American aircraft had destroyed 13 bridges along the rail lines running from Hanoi to the Chinese border. Another four were destroyed between the capital and Haiphong, including the notorious Thanh Hóa Bridge. Several more bridges were brought down along the rail line leading to the south toward the DMZ. Targets were then switched to petroleum and oil storage and transportation networks and North Vietnamese airfields. There was an immediate impact on the battlefield in South Vietnam. Shelling by PAVN artillery dropped off by one-half between 9 May and 1 June. This slowdown was not due to an immediate shortage of artillery shells but rather to a desire to conserve ammunition. U.S. intelligence analysts believed that PAVN had enough stockpiled supplies to sustain their campaigns throughout the autumn. The intensity of the bombing campaign was reflected by the sharp increase in the number of strike and support sorties flown in Southeast Asia as a whole: from 4,237 for all services, including the RVNAF, during the month preceding the invasion, to 27,745 flown in support of ARVN forces from the beginning of April to the end of June (20,506 of them flown by the Air Force). B-52s provided an additional 1,000 sorties during the same period. The North was feeling the pressure, admitting in the official PAVN history that "between May and June only 30 percent of supplies called for in our plan actually reached the front-line units." In total, 41,653 Linebacker missions dropped 155,548 tons of bombs. In addition to interdicting the road and rail system of North Vietnam, Linebacker also systematically attacked its air defense system. The VPAF, with approximately 200 interceptors, strongly contested these attacks throughout the campaign. Navy pilots, employing a mutually supporting "loose deuce" tactical formation and many with TOPGUN training, enjoyed a kill ratio of 6:1 in their favor in May and June, such that after that the VPAF rarely engaged them thereafter. In contrast, the Air Force experienced a 1:1 kill ratio through the first two months of the campaign, as seven of its eventual 24 Linebacker air-to-air losses occurred without any corresponding VPAF loss in a twelve-day period between 24 June and 5 July. Air Force pilots were hampered by use of the outdated "fluid four" tactical formations (a four-plane, two element formation in which only the leader did the shooting and in which the outside wingmen were vulnerable) dictated by service doctrine. Also contributing to the parity was a lack of air combat training against dissimilar aircraft, a deficient early warning system, and ECM pod formations that mandated strict adherence to formation flying. During August the introduction of real-time early warning systems, increased aircrew combat experience and degraded VPAF ground control interception capabilities reversed the trend to a more favorable 4:1 kill ratio. Linebacker saw several other "firsts". On the opening day of the operation, Navy Lieutenant Duke Cunningham and his radar intercept officer, Lieutenant (j.g.) William P. Driscoll became the first U.S. air aces of the Vietnam War when they shot down their fifth MiG. On 28 August, the Air Force gained its first ace when Captain Richard S. Ritchie downed his fifth enemy aircraft. Twelve days later, Captain Charles B. DeBellevue (who had been Ritchie's backseater during four of his five victories) downed two more MiGs, bringing his total to six. On 13 October another weapons officer, Captain Jeffrey S. Feinstein, was credited with his fifth MiG, making him the final Air Force ace

Storytelling School
How Stories Can Protect Us

Storytelling School

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 32:30


I'm nine and living in a wonderful residential neighborhood in southern California.  And someone has just broken into our house while I was at school and my Dad and Step Mom were at work! As I watch the police interview my parents outside, I know what I have to do.  I go into my Dad's tool shed and look around until I find it: the caulking gun. I then traverse my backyard and cover everything I can see--the bushes, the furniture, all of it--with white caulking paste. Why does nine-year-old me do this? Because in my mind, I know that when the robbers come back, their feet will stick in this gluey paste and I'll catch ‘em! Except that's not exactly what happens...  Annie, our golden retriever, is not aware of my plan and finds herself covered in this thick white sticky paste after innocently wandering into the backyard. After multiple baths for her and deep breaths from my Dad, he suggests, “We leave the police work to the professionals.” My special guest on the Storytelling School Podcast this week, Pete James, is one of those professionals. Plus he takes it up a notch by protecting the people who protect us.  In this episode, you'll hear him tell some shocking stories involving law enforcement, judges, and others (though not in the way you're probably thinking) and get answers to questions like: What's one thing that can change the trajectory of your story without you even being aware of it? And how can you ensure control of your story before some harmful, unforeseen circumstance influences it? What you will learn in this episode: Why you want to keep certain details of your personal story hidden from public view How certain private story details get exposed for everyone to see in the first place Why scrubbing your personal information online isn't a one-time thing Who is Pete? Pete James is a former member of the U.S. Navy. He served on an aircraft carrier as an Intelligence Specialist. Then he moved on to a career in law enforcement where he worked for 25 years and rose to the rank of Lieutenant. As a skilled Open-Source Intelligence analyst and computer forensics expert, Pete has experience in investigating thousands of criminal, civil, and corporate cases and has testified in state, federal, and civil trials. His passion involves the protection of those who protect us. To that end, he combined his law enforcement experience and online investigative skills to create his company Officer Privacy. The business protects law enforcement officers, celebrities, and regular citizens by removing their private information from the Internet so that they and their families feel safe from criminals and others who want revenge. Links and Resources: Officer Privacy @petejames77 on LinkedIn @OfficerPrivacy on Facebook @officerprivacy on Instagram Storytelling School Website @storytellingschool on Instagram @storytellingSchool on Facebook

The Wright Way
Nathan Cox '00

The Wright Way

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 63:07


Nathan Cox '00 is the founder and CEO of 68 Ventures, the parent company for numerous operating and development entities along the Alabama Gulf Coast and Florida Panhandle. After his time at UMS-Wright, he graduated from the University of Alabama summa cum laude in investment finance and economics, then earned his MBA from the University of South Alabama. He played football at the University of Alabama while earning Academic All SEC Honors, was recognized with the Paul “Bear” Bryant Award his senior year as the university' s most outstanding student athlete, and later presented with the Economics, Finance, and Legal Studies Alumni Leadership Award. Upon graduation, Nathan became a Rifle Platoon Commander with 3rd Bn 6th Marines and during his deployment in Iraq was awarded the Navy Commendation Medal with combat “V” for Valor as a 1st Lieutenant in recognition of his actions while in combat. Nathan is passionate about spending time with his wife, Kimberly, three children [Savannah, Scarlett and Luke], traveling, leading charitable endeavors, exercising, tackling challenges, any form of competition and studying successful people. He strives to live out his personal purpose statement, “To see all I can do with all that I have been given by always going for it, never forgetting who I am in the process and helping everyone I can along my journey to live out a story worth telling. On judgement day my life will have been deemed a success because I will be able to say, ‘I have nothing left. I used everything you gave me.'”

Alaska News Nightly
Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, October 25, 2022

Alaska News Nightly

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 28:58


Lieutenant governor candidate Edie Grunwald drops out of the race. Subsistence rights hinge on the definition of a rural community. And activists in Petersburg work to prevent domestic violence.

Manager Tools
Good Lieutenants Make Good Captains - Chapter 1 - Part 2

Manager Tools

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 Very Popular


Part 2 of our chapter one guidance on improving your chances of being promoted by being a good lieutenant.

Not Your Typical Doctors
Go To Bed 15 Minutes Earlier: All Things Sleep with AZ of Fire Rescue Wellness

Not Your Typical Doctors

Play Episode Play 30 sec Highlight Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 44:02


Go To Bed 15 Minutes Earlier: All Things Sleep with AZ of Fire Rescue WellnessGrab your robes and join Doc's Sarah & Alyse for a great guest episode on all things SLEEP!In this episode we cover:The importance of sleep. How sleep and recovery are....sexxxyyy.How sleep is an upstream prevention to mental health.How are sleep, cancer, MVA's and heart disease all correlated?Shift work, classified as a carcinogen?!Your T is dependent on your Zzzzzzs!The science behind caffeine addiction. Signs you may need to seek out a specialist when it comes to sleep issues. Go the fuck to sleep! :) Talk to ya later!AZ is a nearly 20-year veteran of the fire service, Zapp holds the rank of Lieutenant and owns Fire Rescue Wellness, a coaching business dedicated to elevating the mental and physical wellness of firefighters worldwide.  She earned a master's degree in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from the University of South Dakota School of Medicine and is a National Strength and Conditioning Association CSCS *D and TSAC-F *D. She's also certified by the International Society of Sports Nutrition and the Society for Neurosports.In 2020, she served on an Illinois Senate task force focused on mitigating first responder suicide.  Zapp is a former adjunct faculty member at the University of Denver in the graduate program for Sport Coaching, a recognized industry leader in the firefighter health and wellness field, a proud co-author of the recently published ISSN position stand on Tactical Athlete Fueling, and the host of the FRW podcast.@firerescuewellness on IGwww.firerescuewellness.org If you like what you hear, leave us a 5- star rating and subscribe! Find us on IG and LinkedIn @ Not Your Typical Doctors or reach out to us anytime through: notyourtypicaldoctors@gmail.com

Mike Drop
Exonerated Major Fred Galvin | Mike Ritland Podcast Episode 116

Mike Drop

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 181:29 Very Popular


Shop https://www.mikeritlandco.com for Performance Dog Food, Treats, Apparel & more! #chokeyourselfMajor Fred Galvin is a retired Marine Corps Major who served as an enlisted Marine and officer for over 26 years. He served on multiple combat deployments in Afghanistan, including where he commanded the Marine Corps' first Special Operations Task Force. He's also been painted as the "posterboy for the largest mass murder in U.S. Military History." Since then, he's fought for the freedom of every single marine that was under his command that day - to exonerate the men who volunteered to lay down their lives for their country and restore their reputations, even at the cost of his own career. So how did he do it? What happened that day? And most importantly - who's telling the truth? Fortunately for Mike, Fred's got the answers. Chapters:00:00 - Recording Start00:25 - Intro04:00 - A Few Bad Men12:00 - Double Jeopardy16:00 - Daily Routine20:00 - Kansas Roots25:00 - A Brand New Marine29:00 - Penny Stocks32:30 - Back In at 2537:00 - Force Recon Okinawa46:00 - Yuma, Arizona53:30 - Marine Special Operations1:03:00 - Firefight Stories1:11:00 - Backstabbed1:21:00 - Corruption in the System1:35:00 - There's Money in Wargames1:41:00 - Retelling The Incident1:59:00 - They're Saying You Did Something2:09:00 - Guilty Until Proven Innocent 2:13:00 - Acquittal By Night2:20:00 - Willing to Sacrifice Lives2:30:00 - 'They Acted Appropriately'2:38:00 - Finding Tesla2:52:00 - The MARSOC 32:58:00 - Filthy Fred Support Fred Galvin:About Fred Galvin: https://bit.ly/3MN1kTLBook - 'A Few Bad Men' by Fred Galvin: https://amzn.to/3sd3P8F------------Sponsors: MyBookieSign up at MyBookie, use my promo code MIKEDROP and you'll instantly get a deposit bonus up to $1000!------------Black BuffaloUse promo code MIKEDROP at checkout for 15% off your first order on BlackBuffalo.com. And check out their store locator to see if Black Buffalo is sold at a retailer near you.------------USCCAhttps://www.uscca.com/mikedropLEGAL DISCLAIMER -The USCCA is not an insurance company. A policy has been issued to the USCCA. That policy provides the association and its members with self-defense liability insurance, subject to its terms, conditions, limitations, and exclusions.------------Fueled by TeamDog | www.mikeritlandco.com | @Teamdog.petALL THINGS MIKE RITLAND:SHOP for Fueled By Team Dog Performance Dog Food, Treats, Apparel, Accessories, and Protection dogs- MikeRitlandCo.com - https://www.MikeRitlandCo.comTeam Dog Online dog training- TeamDog.pet - https://www.TeamDog.pet

Leadership Under Fire
A Lineage of Mission-Oriented Leadership with Chief Bob Hoff, Chicago FD (Ret.)

Leadership Under Fire

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 50:19


In this episode, you'll hear the recording of a presentation that was delivered at a 2018 Leadership Under Fire National Conference in Evanston, Illinois. The team was humbled by the caliber of leaders who contributed to the event and the types of leaders who rigorously contemplated the moral, mental and physical aspects of mission-oriented leadership and optimal human performance. To include our guest in this episode, retired Chicago Fire Commissioner Bob Hoff.  A third-generation firefighter, Bob Hoff started his career as a Cadet with the Evergreen Park Illinois Fire Department in 1972. In 1976, he was hired as an EMT with the Chicago Fire Department and in 1977 he entered the Chicago Fire Academy as a Firefighter/EMT. Hoff served in some of Chicago's busiest fire companies throughout his career. He worked in the Bureau of Operations as a Firefighter /EMT, Lieutenant, Captain, and Battalion Chief. He also served as the Director of Training for the Chicago FD and the 1st District Chief in Chicago's downtown high-rise district. He later served as the Assistant Deputy Commissioner of Operations, 1st Deputy Fire Commissioner and Fire Commissioner. He retired from the CFD in 2012 after nearly 36 years of service. Chief Hoff then went on to serve as the Deputy Chief and Chief of the Carol Stream Illinois Fire District until his retirement on January 1, 2020. Hoff's brother, Raymond, was a 32-year veteran of the Chicago FD. His grandfather, Joseph Hoff, retired as a captain in 1936. And his father, Thomas Hoff, was a battalion chief who was killed while fighting a blaze in a South Side apartment building in 1962. His son, Andy Hoff, is an active member of FFPM with the Downers Grove Illinois Fire Department. Uncles, cousins, nephews and brothers-in-laws are all current and retired members of the Fire Service. Notably, his family's service and sacrifice inspired the movie, “Backdraft."

#OnTheStacks with Bill Corcoran Jr.
Fred Aebli – Ep.130

#OnTheStacks with Bill Corcoran Jr.

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 85:43


Episode 130: #OnTheStacks in the blu door studio with Fred Aebli aka Mr. Fred, creator of GetMeCoding.com. As a Star Wars '1977' kid, he was propelled into thinking "how do I get to space?" After graduating from Penn State, he realized the only way to get there was via the Astronaut Corps, so he pursued a military commission as a 2nd Lieutenant in the US Marines, traveled the globe pre-911, and was eventually promoted to Major. When he returned home from active duty, he worked as a network engineer on early stage internet development for Bell Atlantic (now Verizon), as a software developer for Oracle, and later became an IST professor at Penn State. After seeing a growing decline in kids exploring coding and "tinkering" with tech, along with the growing demand for IT professionals, he came up with the idea of GetMeCoding.com to teach kids coding and show them how fantasy/sci-fi can be doorways to new opportunities. Want to watch this episode? Tap here: https://youtu.be/reMimZXujlM Please enjoy! This episode is brought to you by the following sponsors: Cavanaugh's Grille. Mention Code "STACKS" for 1 FREE draft beer with purchase of any entrée when you dine at! 163 North Main St., Mountain Top, PA 18707 The Pest Rangers. Finding insects in your home can be a real pest! Rid your home today from those unwanted creepy crawlers. Visit The Pest Rangers online at ThePestRangers.com Brrrn. Get 15% Off at thebrrrn.com with code "STACKS15" at checkout! blu door Financial helps you save money and reduce taxes to live a fuller financial life. To learn more, visit blu door Financial at www.bludoorFinancial.com Engage with us on social media: Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn, or visit us at www.OnTheStacks.com.

Manager Tools
Good Lieutenants Make Good Captains - Chapter 1 - Part 1

Manager Tools

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 Very Popular


Part 1 of our chapter one guidance on improving your chances of being promoted by being a good lieutenant.

The Crackin' Backs Podcast
Vets and First Responder Mental Health discussions with Navy Seal Lieutenant Alex Othmer

The Crackin' Backs Podcast

Play Episode Play 30 sec Highlight Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 59:45


Wow, what a show! Any time we get to talk to a Navy Seal the guys get excited. This week we had the Honor to talk with Navy Seal Team Lieutenant, Alex Othmer. After retiring from the Seals in 2019, Alex embarked on a journey to help Vets and First responders (His Father was a NYC Fireman during 911). He formed a 501C program called Guardian RevivalWe talked about what its like to be a Seal and SOLUTIONS to some very important problems. Powerful show, please give a listen and a share. 

Historically Thinking: Conversations about historical knowledge and how we achieve it

In 1776 a massive British fleet of more than 400 ships carrying tens of thousands of soldiers arrived outside New York Harbor. Many of these soldiers were German, hired from their princes by the British government. Americans then and now have called them Hessians. For the next seven years, these German soldiers marched, fought, and suffered seemingly everywhere in eastern North America, from the walls of Quebec City to the sandy beaches of Pensacola Bay. When the British army left, many Germans were left behind–both the living, deserters who had found new lives or others who settled with Loyalists in Canada, and the dead. Just this summer, on the battlefield of Fort Mercer, across from Philadelphia, an archaeological dig discovered a grave with the remains of thirteen German soldiers–and that just a fraction of the Germans who died in that place on October 22nd, 1777.  With me to describe the Hessians and their American odyssey is Friederike Baer, Associate Professor of History  at Pennsylvania State University, Abington College, and author of the new book Hessians: German Soldiers in the American Revolutionary War.      For Further Investigation Friederike writes, "for those interested in researching their Hessian ancestors, try this database of records at Hessian State Archives, Marburg, Germany and the Johannes Schwalm Historical Association (which also publishes an annual journal) A digitized collection of maps related to the Revolutionary war in the Hessian State Archives Marburg, Germany (collections 28 and 29)  "A classic to read is" Edward J. Lowell, The Hessians and the other Auxiliaries of Great Britain in the Revolutionary War. Port Washington, 1965; orig. publ. 1884. "A study with focus on troops from Hessen-Kassel is" Rodney Atwood, The Hessians: Mercenaries from Hessen-Kassel in the American Revolution. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1980. "On German prisoners of war see" Daniel Krebs, A Generous and Merciful Enemy: Life for German Prisoners of War during the American Revolution. Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 2013 and Kenneth Miller, Dangerous Guests: Enemy Captives and Revolutionary Communities during the War for Independence. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2014. "Stephen Conway has published extensively about Britain's use of foreign troops more broadly." Read Stephen Conway. Britannia's Auxiliaries: Continental Europeans and the British Empire, 1740-1800. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2017. See also Mark Wishon, German Forces in the British Army: Interactions and Perceptions, 1742-1815. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013. And here's a list of particularly informative published primary records:  Marvin L. Brown and Marta Huth. Baroness von Riedesel and the American Revolution: Journal and Correspondence of a Tour of Duty, 1776-1783. University of North Carolina Press, 1965. Helga Doblin, ed. An Eyewitness Account of the American Revolution and New England Life: The Journal of J.F. Wasmus, German Company Surgeon, 1776-1783. New York: Greenwood, 1990.  Helga Doblin and Mary C. Lynn, eds. The American Revolution, Garrison Life in French Canada and New York: Journal of an Officer in the Prinz Friedrich Regiment, 1776-1783. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1993. Helga Doblin and Mary C. Lynn, eds. The Specht Journal: A Military Journal of the Burgoyne Campaign. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1995. Charlotte S. J. Epping, ed. Journal of Du Roi the Elder, Lieutenant and Adjutant, in the Service of the Duke of Brunswick, 1776-1778. Americana Germanica 15. [Philadelphia]: University of Pennsylvania, 1911. Bernhard A. Uhlendorf, ed. Revolution in America: Confidential Letters and Journals 1776 -1784 of Adjutant General Major Baurmeister of the Hessian Forces. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 1957.