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Last time we spoke about the conclusion to the Lae-Salamaua campaign. Operation postern was unleashed with a bang. The Japanese were taken by complete surprise when the allies landed in the Lae Area. General Nakano frantically withdrew the forces from Salamaua over to Lae having been duped by the allied deception. Despite their fighting withdrawal, the Japanese not only lost Lae to the surprise attack, but ironically lost Salamaua at the same time. It was a race for the allied divisions to see who would seize both objectives. As the allies marched into Salamaua they realized it was so desolated, it probably would not be of use as a forward base, but Lae would prove extremely beneficial. Ultimately Nakano managed to get 8000 or more men out of the mayhem, now marching north for salvation, but the allies were not done yet. This episode is Huon Peninsula Offensive Welcome to the Pacific War Podcast Week by Week, I am your dutiful host Craig Watson. But, before we start I want to also remind you this podcast is only made possible through the efforts of Kings and Generals over at Youtube. Perhaps you want to learn more about world war two? Kings and Generals have an assortment of episodes on world war two and much more so go give them a look over on Youtube. So please subscribe to Kings and Generals over at Youtube and to continue helping us produce this content please check out www.patreon.com/kingsandgenerals. If you are still hungry for some more history related content, over on my channel, the Pacific War Channel you can find a few videos all the way from the Opium Wars of the 1800's until the end of the Pacific War in 1945. Before we venture back to the boys on Green Hell, there had been some developments in the Solomons. On September 18th, Admiral Wilkinson brought over the first units of General Barrowcloughs 3rd division, the 35th and 37th battalions of the 14th brigade. They were brought over to Les Gill's plantation located at Joroveto north of Barakoma and they landed without any conflicts. Unbeknownst to them however, Admiral Sakamaki had launched an airstrike of 12 vals and 48 zeros. Luckily the allies tossed an interception in the form of 17 F4U Corsairs, 6 Hellcats and 4 P-40's which ran into them just over Baga island as Admiral Wilkinsons escorts force of 7 destroyers were making their escape. The air battle spread towards the east where the landing area was, but no shipping was damaged as the allies claimed to have knocked out 15 enemy aircraft at the cost of 3 Corsairs. Once he got ashore, Barrowclough assumed command of the Northern Landing force and set up his HQ on the eastern coast of Vella Lavella. In response, Wilkinson spread his fighter cover more thinly and scattered his LSTs away from Barakoma's anti-aircraft guns. On September 25th a large convoy carrying the 30th battalion, 14th brigade and some marines and Seabee units arrived at Ruravai. They began establishing an advance Marine base for an upcoming operation against Bougainville. This prompted Sakamaki to launch another air strike, this time of 8 vals and 40 zeros. Brigadier General James Moore had roughly 20 fighters to cover the convoy, but some of the vals managed to slip past them. At 11:13, 12 Hellcats intercepted the enemy, leading to dogfights with the Zeros, but two minutes later the Vals had come out from hiding in front of the sun. The vals were targeting the IMAC landing site at Ruravai where the 77th seabees had been clearing a beach area. The marines had some 40mm guns already set up when the Vals struck. Two bombs hit LST-167 forcing it vessel to beach itself while the rest of the bombs scattered across the beach killing 32 men and wounding 58. Sakamaki followed this up with another air strike on October 1st consisting of 8 vals and a dozen zeros again against Ruravai. The 1st marine parachute battalion was landing at the time, as Sakamaki's bombers successfully evaded allied rader and fighter patrols to hit the LSTs. LST-334 took a hit and near miss causing damage but no casualties. LST-448 was hit twice leaving her bursting into flames, killing 52 men with many more wounded. LAST-448 was hit again leading to her sinking while under tow. It was some pretty devastating air strikes, but it was also to be the last as the Japanese were in the midst of evacuating their troops from New Georgia and the 26th air flotilla was withdrawing from Buin. To the northwest, Fijina commandos ha discovered the Horaniu defense force were now scattered in an area between Tambala Bay and Marquana Bay. Barrowclough decided to order Bridagider Leslie Potter's 14th brigade to take out the enemy there. Potter planned to take the 35th battalion and his HQ up the western coast to Matu Soroto Bay while the 37th battalion would land at Doveli cover on the northern coast, hoping to trap the Japanese between both forces. On September 21st, Captain Tsuruya Yoshio had just arrived from Buin to take command of the rather disorganized Vella Lavella forces and began concentrating at Marquana Bay establishing a defensive perimeter. Potter's forces successfully landed at the designated points by september 24th and prepared their advance for the next day. Meanwhile Admiral Samejima and Kusaka were planning the evacuation of Kolombangara. To help them General Imamura was tossing over Major General Yoshimura Masayoshi's 2nd shipping detachment alongside 30 barges. Plans were quickly formed back in early september for Yoshimura to carrying out the evacuation in two stages beginning on September 28th and October 20th via the Choiseul route. Admiral Ijuin proposed using the 8th fleet destroyers for both transport and cover. Kusaka approved the plans and granted an additional 6 destroyers for Ijuins task, taken from the combined fleet, while also arranging some air cover from Sakamaki over Choiseul. The operation designated Se-gō, was mostly complete. Yoshimure assumed command over the Barges designated the 17th army sea battle unit, while under command of Samejima. He would have ultimately at his disposal 70 barges. Yoshimura had armed the barges usually with heavy machine guns and trained the crews to expect attacks from American destroyers and PT boats. He also outfitted them with repair tools. One of the largest problems he faced was how to move 70 barges and 9 small naval vedettes to the forward bases while keeping them hidden from enemy aircraft. The NGAF would confirm this problem on September 20th, when 8 Corsairs were patrolling and came across some barges. They managed to destroy 5 out of the 8 they found. Yoshimura recalled “it was an inauspicious start to the operation”. But he carried on none the less. Leaving buin on september 23rd, they arrived at Sumbe Head by the 25th where the 8th fleet sent a detachment of the Kure 7th to establish a base of operations. Kusaka flew into Vila to meet with General Sasaki and Admiral ota, landing in the midst of exploding shells. To prepare for the withdrawal Sakai had established 3 boarding points along Kolombangara; Jack harbor, Tuki point and Hambare harbor. At the same time he tried to conceal his intentions by increasing patrols and firing off the Yokosuka 7th guns against the enemy. Alongside this he had demolition teams blowing up all the airfield installations, which was mingling with General Barker's artillery. Construction units were beginning to cut trails to the boarding points. Against them was Admiral Halsey who held intelligence indicated the Japanese were planning to either reinforce or evacuate Kolombangara. Halsey send Admiral Merrills task force 39 to move up the Slot while Admiral Wilkinsons destroyers would swing south up Vella Gulf with the objective of catching the enemy between them. Halsey called it a “mouse trap”. On september 25th however, both the USS Columbia and Clevland reported sighting torpedo wakes, indicating a possible submarine force prompting Halsey to pull back the cruisers before the mousetrap was sprung, leaving only Wilkinsons destroyers to pounce on the evacuating Japanese. But thats all for the solomon's for now as we are jumping back to Green Hell. Salamaua and Lae had fallen. General Adachi was now determined to hold the Finisterre range, the Ramu Valley and the Huon Peninsula. He ordered Nakai detachment consisting of the 78th regiment less one company and a battalion of the 26th field artillery regiment led by Major General Nakai Masutaro to take up a position at Kaiapit. Masutaro's boys were to try and help halt the enemy pursuing General Nakano's fleeing 51st division. To make matters worse, although the original orders were for the fleeing men to carry their weapons, the Japanese progressively began to abandon their equipment as they fled. Rifle ammunition was the first to go, followed by helmets, then rifles. Kitamoto Masamichi ordered his engineers to gather as many of the abandoned rifles as they could and use their files to erase the chrysanthemum insignia off them. For those of you who don't know, the chrysanthemum is the symbol of the emperor, so they were going to literally waste time and resources to mitigate what they thought was a disgrace. Men also dropped rice, personal belongings, clothes, whatever they had to in order to survive. The logical thing to do is survive, not take time to file off the symbol of your emperor off the rifles. Major Shintani's 1st battalion of the 80th regiment apparently carried all their weapons across the Saruwaged, including 4 heavy machine guns. Shintani had told his men “the soldier who abandons his arms will be shot to death”. Shintani actually died during the crossing of the Saruwaged, but his men carried on his orders. Some of you might know already, but I am a Dad Carlin fanboy and he said it quite right in his piece on the pacific war about the Japanese. They did everything to the extreme. You just don't see the same radical behavior from the other belligerents of WW2. I find we often mock the Japanese naivety about believing their spirit would overcome the material difference, but by hell come high water they tried. They marched north via the Markham valley while General Katagiri's 20th division was sent to help defend Finschhafen. The Japanese had to shuffle their strategic plans at this point. Thus far they had not regarded the losses of Guadalcanal and Buna-Gona as irretrievable, always believing a decisive victory could be obtained allowing for their recapture. Now after losing Lae-Salamaua, the central solomons and the Aluetians, a brutal realization had dawned on them. With a new thrust into the central pacific, they now saw their perimeter was overextended and they needed to withdraw it. This created what became known as the absolute zone of national defense also called the absolute defense line. Tokyo drew the new perimeter line from western New Guinea through the Carolines to the Marianas, leaving most of the southeast area on the outpost line. The main goal was to build strong fortifications along the perimeter while General Imamura and Admiral Kusaka held the enemy at bay as long as possible. General Imamura kept his 38th division to defend Rabaul and dispatched the 65th independent mixed brigade to Tuluvu. The 65th were ordered to develop a shipping point there and to maintain its airfield. Back on September 5th, Imamura sent Major General Matsuda Iwao to assume command of all the forces at Tuluvu which at that time consisted of the 65th brigade and the 4th shipping detachment, thus together they would be designated the Matsuda detachment. They were going to defend the coasts of western New Britain. Lt general Sakai Yasuchi's 17th division were dispatched from Shanghai to Rabaul to reinforce New Britain while Lt General Kanda Masatane's 6th division were sent to Bougainville to defend it at all dost. The 2nd battalion, 238th regiment would defend gasmata and the 51st transport regiment were deployed at Lorengau in the Admiralties. Now back over with the allies, when Lae was captured with such ease, this caused General Douglas MacArthur's HQ to revise the Cartwheel schedule. Originally it was planned to hit Finschhafen, the primary Japanese base for barge traffic. This was supposed to occur around 6 weeks after the fall of Lae. But like I said, because of Lae's quick capture, combined with some intelligence indicating the Japanese were heavily reinforcing Finschhafen and the Ramu Valley, MacArthur decided to order and immediate operation to secure the villages of Kaiaput and Dumpu in the Markham and Ramu valleys and to construct airfields for Kenney. Allied intelligence indicated the number of Japanese defending the immediate area of Finschhafen was roughly 350 men, providing MacArthur and his staff some optimism. It would be later discovered General Adachi had 5000 available men there. On September 17th MacArthur ordered Admiral Brabey to begin amphibious attack plans for Finschhafen to commence as soon as possible. The Markham and Ramu valleys were like a giant corridor some 115 miles long running from southeast and northwest, separating the Huon Peninsula from the rest of New Guinea. From end to end of the river corridor were large mountains rising on the north and south. The valley itself was flat kunai grass land, very suitable for airfields. General Vasey's 7th division were earmarked to advance along the Markham and Ramu valleys as far as Dumpu. Dumpu would provide General Kenney with airfields required to isolate the Huon Peninsula. From there Kenney could hit Japanese supply convoys moving between Madang, Wewak and Hansa Bay. Meanwhile General Wootten's 9th division were given the task of amphibiously assaulting Finschhafen before exploiting along the coast to Sio and Saidor. Yet before any major operations could be unleashed there was still work to be done at Lae. General Milford's 5th division was given the task of cleaning up Lae so it could become a major forward base of operations. On September 22nd Milford moved his HQ to Lae. The western boundary between the new Lae Fortress and 7th division would be a line running north and south through Nadzab. The southern boundary would go as far as Nassau bay. Milford had the 15th, 29th and 4th brigade at his disposal. Milfords men immediately set to work clearing the interior approaches to the town of Lae against any possible Japanese counterattack while simultaneously aiding in the pursuit of the fleeing Japanese. The successful evacuation by the Japanese of Salamaua and then Lae had shocked the Australian commanders despite the fact they had been informed as early as May of intense Japanese patrol activities along the interior trails. A young Australian officer had earlier reported that the Japanese were surveying interior trails for a possible retreat across the mountains. On September 8th they acquired a order of evacuation document leaving no doubt how the Japanese were going to withdraw north. Mildfords HQ deduced the line of retreat was going to be from the Melambi river, Boana, Melasapipi, Iloka and Ulap. However this would prove to be deception on the part of General Nakano who changed the direction of the march to a steep trail along the east side of the Atzera range towards Sio. Going back to the Quadrant Conference held in Quebec city between August 17th and August 24th, the allies had decided to make some major changes to Operation cartwheel. The main focus was now shifting to the Central Pacific and the Joint chiefs of staff planned to employ the 1st and 2nd marine divisions. For the southwest and south pacific areas this meant the central thrust was going to take a bunch of warships, transport ships and cargo ships. MacArthur was livid at the idea two marine divisions would basically prevent him from his objective of Rabaul. Thus in Quebec, it was decided to neutralize Rabaul rather than capture it. MacArthur also brought up the question of invading the southern philippines, but received no answer. He feared that even if the idea was approved, it might be handed over to Admiral Nimitz. Thus to bypass Rabaul, MacArthur's forces would seize Kavieng and the Admiralties. MacArthur would also have to neutralize Wewak and liberate the valuable Vogelkop Peninsula along New Guinea's northern coast. Back over in New Guinea, General Nakano's men were continuing their withdrawal with the Australians in hot pursuit. On September 17th, th 2/14th battalion crossed the Atzera Range to capture Boana. The Japanese 30th independent engineer regiment and 51st engineer regiment were constructing a small bridge across the busu river using jungle wood. General Nakano had rejoined his HQ with the second echelon of men and he had such a rough time marched he had to be carried by four soldiers. On September 18th the 2/24th battalion reached Musom and Gawam. The Japanese defending Markham point had been completely cut off as of september 14th, receiving no supplies from Lae nor any information about the fact Lae and Salamaua had fallen into enemy hands. On the night of september 16th, 100 men of the 2nd battalion 328th regiment evacuated from Markham point, retreating towards to coast trying to get to Salamaua or Finschhafen. On the 18th, Captain Proctors company of the 15ht battalion were at Labu when they saw a group of 30 armed Japanese trying to escape in folding boats across the Labu lagoon. His company fired upon them forcing the Japanese to quickly row away and flee into the jungle. At 5:10am the next day the Japanese returned to attack Proctors company, trying to break out of what had become an encirclement. Three consecutive attacks were made, with the third reaching the edge of Proctors defensive perimeter when the fighting fell into hand to hand combat. The Japanese were driven off after they had 13 deaths, including their commanding officer. The rest of the Japanese would disperse into the jungle or die to future mop up operations. The next day Boana was taken and now the 2/14th were being held up by a Japanese rearguard on the upper reaches of the Busu. On September 20th, Nakano's first echelon finally crossed the Busu river and by the 22nd the other 3 echelons did likewise. In pursuit, a platoon of the 2/24th began to hit the Japanese at Kwapsanek, but Wootten's forces ultimately failed to catch the Japanese rearguard. In the end the Australians prepared to launch a new offensive against the Ramu valley and Finschhafen, the pursuit units were gradually called back allowing Naknao's men to reach the north coast almost unmolested. General Blamey predicted the remnants of the enemy would need “to escape the hardship of the mountain tracks”. I believe he was quite right on that one. The men of Colonel Watanabe's 14th field artillery regiment continued their march going up the range carrying their single mountain gun towards Lumbaip and then Kemen. Kane Yoshihara noted the officers and men “clung on to the rocks with truly formidable spirit”. General Nakano recalled “I was deeply stirred by their sense of responsibility but could not overlook their suffering”. Nakano ordered the last of the regiments guns to be abandoned. He recalled “the gunners with tears in their eyes, bade a formal farewell as they did so”. Colonel Watanabe would survive the trek alongside 280 of his men. There was a saying amongst the Japanese armed forces that “Java is heaven, Burma is Hell, but you never come back alive from New Guinea”. An American soldier once referred to New Guinea as ‘a green hell on earth”. The conditions were so horrible a veteran of the 32nd division went on the record to say “If I owned New Guinea and I owned hell, I would live in hell and rent out New Guinea”. Vasey and Blamey decided the next objective would be Kaiapit as they believed Naknao was retreating through the Markham and Ramy valleys. They earmarked Captain Gordon King's 2/6th independent company to quickly capture the village before the Japanese could get there. On september 17th, King's company flew over from Port Moresby landed at Sangan on the western bank of the Leron River. Two platoons from Captain John Chalf's Papuan infantry battalion company also reached the western bank of the leron that day coming overland from Chivasing. They would act as a screen ahead of King's men. Kings men began their march for Kaiapit and against them would be Major General Nakai Masutaro who had departed from Bogadjim with the 78th regiment on september 7th. He dispatched the 3rd battalion and Morisada company towards Kaiapit while the bulk of his forces advanced towards Nadzab where they planned to hit its airfield. The Takano Platoon, a reconnaissance unit were the only ones able to reach Kaiapit by September 19th just as the Australians were approaching. King have strict orders to the men that no movement was to be on the track to the village itself as it was believed the enemy would be covering such an approach. Instead the men came through kunai patches, bringing their 2 inch mortars close in to hit the enemy. The mortars began to smash the enemy forward positions sending Japanese fleeing or dying at their posts. The Australians then began to pin down the defenders using grenades and rushed their positions. Japanese treetop snipers unleashed hell, but soon the Australians began firing upon the treelines and village huts where they were hiding. The storming of the village was intense and fast seeing 30 dead Japanese and the rest fleeing. King lost 3 men dead with 7 wounded for the assault. The Australians quickly went to work creating a defensive perimeter placing booby traps everywhere they could. Vasey's decision to swiftly hit the village had paid off big time. The following morning, 300 men led by Major Yonekura Tsuneo arrived to Kaiapit, under the belief it was still in Japanese hands. Just before dawn of September 20th, the Australian commando's saw the incoming Japanese column and immediately opened fire upon them. The Japanese erupted into pure chaos as men of all ranks bunched up and milled about in confusion. Some of the men could be heard screaming in Japanese “we are Japanese let us through!”. Others soon realized Kaiapit was in Australian hands. Thousand of rounds were fired back at the Australians, but their positions were well concealed. King watched as the confused enemy did exactly what he taught his men not to do, shooting at shadows, wasting ammunition and firing high “In all that enormous activity of firing, nobody got hit nobody got hurt at all”. The situation came as a shock to King as well, because the sheer volume of return fire indicated it was a considerably large force. Some of King's men wanted to advance, but he advised caution. Platoon leader Watson waited for King's signal for when he could advance and King recalled “each second seeming like a minute as the Japanese gathered in the half light. Watson was standing up there, looking back to me waiting”. When King dropped his arm, Watson blew his whistle and his men charged. Lt Bob Scott of section 7 recalled “we killed over a hundred Japanese in the first 100 yards”. Scotts group had cut down Yonekura and his command group in the first wave of Australian fire. Lt Bob Balderstone of section 9 sent his men into the right flank as Lt Jack Elsworthy's section 9 took up the left flank. The Australians had seized the moment and inflicted hellish pain on the Japanese. Watson's platoon lost 8 men killed, 14 wounded. King tossed another platoon through the right flank to grab Mission Hill which dominated the battlefield. As the men advanced, they drove off Japanese in their path and would seize the deserted hill. Once it was captured the Australians had a bird's eye view that allowed them to better direct their forces. Seeing the hill secured, Watson judged the time was ripe to continue the advance so he ordered Balderstone and Elsworthy's sections forward. Balderstone was hiding behind a coconut palm when a bullet nicked his right arm prompting him to scream out “who did that!”. It was not a serious wound, but he was fired up and he yelled to his men to surge forward. Balderstone personally tackled a Japanese machinegunner afterwards. After clearing some machinegun positions below mission hill, the enemy was becoming surrounded. The casualties had become so severe the Japanese began to rout in disorder towards Antiragen and Narawapum. It was an incredible victory for King, they buried 214 Japanese and believed many more were dying or wounded. General Vasey arrived around midday and walked over the corpse strewn battlefield to Mission hill stating ‘My God, my God, my God,'. The scale of the carnage and size of the force against a single Australian company was incredible. Gordon King was resting a wounded leg on a shady spot atop the hill when Vasey approached him. King struggled to get to his feet and Vasey said ‘No, no, sit down,' But King stood up to talk nonetheless. Vasey told him to get the first available aircraft out before adding, ‘Gordon, I promise that you'll never be left out on a limb like this again.' Vasey then returned to his plane, which headed back down the Markham Valley. Some months later, Vasey told King, ‘We were lucky, we were very lucky.' King replied, ‘Well, if you're inferring that what we did was luck, I don't agree with you, Sir. Because I think we weren't lucky, we were just bloody good.' For this victory King had lost 14 men dead, 23 wounded, it was something out of a Rambo film. Brigadier Dougherty's 21st brigade were beginning to land at Kaiapit on september 21st. Kings victory allowed Vasey to bring a fresh bridge into position to keep the advance going against Markham and Ramu valleys. The Yonekura battalion had nearly been wiped out to a man, thus General Nakai ordered the 1st battalion to rescue the battered force. Most of the Morisada company were unscathed as they did not engage in the battle at Kaiapit, alongside them were some stragglers left behind and around 40 men who managed to escape the carnage. Aided by the rescue battalion they managed to withdrew back towards Marawasa by September 24th. A volunteer unit was formed under Captain Morisada named the Saito unit, which consisted of around 80 men from the 10th company 78th regiment. They would work as a special infiltration unit who would begin raiding operations. Back over at Lae, Generals, Blamey, Herring and Wootten began to plan their offensive against Finschhafen. Towards midnight on the 17th, Herring arrived to Lae by PT boat for a meeting with Wootten. Wootten had warned Blamey and Herring that he might be required to carry out an attack on Finschhafen at short notice, leading Wooten to order Brigadier Windeyer to look at Finschhafen on the map because it might be of interest to him soon. Before Herrings arrival, plans were already being formed. At 9am of the 18th, Windeyer and his staff attended a 9th division conference at the HQ on the Bunga river. There Herring outlined a plan for the capture of the Finschhafen-Langemak Bay-dreger Harbor area with a quick swoop which would gain control over the eastern coast of the Huon peninsula and thereby Vitiaz strait. Windeyers 20th brigade would be join General Heavy's 532nd engineer boat and shore regiment and Admiral Brbey's landing craft armada to perform an amphibious assault against Scarlet Beach. Scarlet beach was on the southern part of the Song River just due north of Finschhafen where it was believed the Japanese would not be expecting a landing. From there it was possible they would be able to cut off the Japanese supply lines. Wootten and Blamey tossed up an additional brigade, but the available crafts: 4 destroyer transports, 15 LCI's and 3 LSTs were only capable of lifting a single brigade. In the end the decision was made that after the landings, the 22nd battalion would advance round the south coast of the Huon Peninsula to try and deceive the Japanese as to where the real direction of the threat was coming from. Windeyer planned to hit the beachhead with two battalions, the 2/17ths on the right and the 2/13th on the left. Once the beachhead was secured, the 2/15th would advance south along the main road towards Finschhafen. Additionally an expedition would be launched from G Beach on the night of September 21sst to also land at Scarlet Beach the following morning. To support the landings a large air armada of both American and Australian planes would protect the convoy during the daylight. General Kenney would be tossing air strikes against Cape Gloucester with Liberators, while the RAAF hit Gasmata with Kittyhawks and Bostons and Mitchells against Finschhafen. All of the key airfields and supply points between Wewak and Finschhafen would get smashed. Barbeys destroyers likewise would bombardment Finschhafen as well. To meet the boys coming to the beaches was Major General Yamada Eizo commanding the 1st shipping detachment, a naval force based around the 85th naval garrison. Around 1200 men were stationed at Finschhafen, many of them however were barge operators and mechanics. But there were some combat units; Major Shigeru Tashiros 2 battalion, 238th regiment had companies 7 and 8 at Finschhafen with company 5 at Tami islands. Additionally there was the bulk of the 80th regiment coming over from Madang via the coastal road that would arrive just in time to meet the Australian offensive. In the end Yamada's combat strength would be roughly 4000 men strong. On September 10th, after the allies landings at Lae and Nadzab, General Katagiri marched the rest of his forces from Madang to Finschhafen in a grueling advance along the coast. The first elements of his 79th regiment assembled at Gali by September 21st. Because of all of this, Madang was left pretty much undefended. The 239th regiment was chosen to reinforce the base, departing Wewak on October 3rd. Over in Finschhafen, Yamada began deploying the bulk of his forces at Logaweng; with 4 companies holding the Mongi river's mouth and two mixed companies of about 50 engineers and 300 naval personnel holding the Bumi river. To the north, Yamada could only deploy company 9th company of the 80th regiment towards the Song River to secure Sattelberg. Looking at it all on paper it seemed the Australians were set to face little resistance. On the afternoon of September 21st, Barbey's force of 8 LCM's and 15 LCV's departed Lae for Scarlet Beach. Windeyer's landing plan called for two companies of th 2/17th battalion were going to land on the right beach while two companies from the 2/13th would land on the left. While the rest of the brigade landed, the right companies would hit North Hill and the left companies would hit Arndt Point. Barbey's convoy arrived off Scarlett Beach at 4:45am and the barges began to lower. After an 11 minute bombardment by destroyers Perkins, Drayton, Smith, Lamson and Flusser the barges began to speed over to the shore. However due to the darkness of the night, the whole wave landed a bit further south than intended and as a result the 4 assaulting companies were landed not only on the wrong beaches but also got mixed with other groups. This caused a fit of confusion as a platoon of the 2/13th drew fire from some machine gun nests near the mouth of the Song River. They quickly engaged the enemy with grenades and small arms, gradually silencing the two enemy posts. When the 2/17th battalion began to become organized in the area the platoon moved further south to rejoin its company. This all resulted in a failure to secure Scarlet Beach, forcing the second wave to veer further left and beach near Siki Cove under heavy enemy fire. But the LCI's of the 2nd and 3rd waves responded to the heavy fire with their 20 mm guns sending the Japanese fleeing. After that Scarlet beach was secured. Funny enough, if it was not for the misstep landing further south, the operation would have seen more casualties amongst the Australians, as the Japanese machine guns proved to be sited in a deadly position to hit Scarlet Beach. As the remaining waves disembarked, Lt Gibb's platoon of the 2/17th advanced inland and were soon met by some machine gun nests. Within half an hour of combat, the platoon killed 7 Japanese and sent the rest fleeing. Other platoons of the 2/17th began to advance up the Song River fighting only limited skirmishes. The 2/13th meanwhile were sending two companies towards Siki Cove where they had to clear a few pillboxes taking some Japanese prisoners. Windeyers forces then launched an attack against Katika. Makes me think of the show Vikings haha (do a Floki thing). A company led by Lt Pike passed through Katika at 6:45am, heading for some high ground beyond. There Pike's men ran into some strong resistance. Another platoon led by Lt Birmingham ran into a Japanese position who tossed a ton of well directed grenades their way killing 3 men and wounding 7. Pike's platoon stormed some huts seeing the Japanese begin a encirclement maneuver against him. Luckily the encirclement was thwarted with the help of another platoon led by Lt Cribb. Companies of the 2/17th and 2/13th were led by Pike and Cribb respectively and both found themselves close against one another. Cribb informed Pike he would launch a bombardment upon the enemy holding some high grounds allowing Pikes men to make a hook maneuver to hit the enemy. Under the cover of 15 3 inch mortars they hit the Japanese, ultimately taking the village at the cost of many men. While Scarlet Beaches defensive perimeter was being consolidated, the 2/13th advanced south towards Heldsbac and Tareko as Barbey's destroyers were attacked by an air strike. 20 bombers, 10 torpedo bombs and 40 fighters had come over from Rabaul to hit the landing beach. Three American fighter squadrons were waiting to intercept them, successfully shooting down 10 bombers and 29 fighters, while losing 3 lightnings. Likewise the destroyers anti aircraft fire managed to take down 9 torpedo bombers, without receiving any significant hits back. Scarlet Beach was now in allied hands. 5300 troops, 180 vehicles, 32 guns and 180 tons of supplies had been landed successfully. The cost amounted to 20 dead australians, 65 wounded and 9 men missing. For the Americans 8 engineers were killed with 42 wounded. Yet again the rapid pace of the allies had caught the Japanese off guard upsetting their plans to reinforce Finschhafen. I would like to take this time to remind you all that this podcast is only made possible through the efforts of Kings and Generals over at Youtube. Please go subscribe to Kings and Generals over at Youtube and to continue helping us produce this content please check out www.patreon.com/kingsandgenerals. If you are still hungry after that, give my personal channel a look over at The Pacific War Channel at Youtube, it would mean a lot to me. The landing at Scarlet beach was a large success. The Japanese had planned to reinforce Finschhafen with 5000 troops, but now they had been caught completely off guard and would only have a fraction of the troops they wanted to support the area. In New Guinea, when it rains it pours.
Zum zweiten Mal haben Ärzte in der US-Stadt Baltimore ein Schweineherz in einen Menschen verpflanzt. Der schwer herzkranke Patient hat die Operation gut überstanden. Der erste war verstorben. Wie weit ist die Forschung in Deutschland dazu? Lange, Michaelwww.deutschlandfunk.de, Forschung aktuellDirekter Link zur Audiodatei
I explore one of the worst Mass shootings in USA and Texas history: the Texas University of Texas Tower Sniper Shootings of Charles Whitman. An iconic legendary crime but after 50 years one in context that remains one of the most important incidents ever. X: @topsecrettexan CashApp: $beyondtopsecrettexan --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/beyondtopsecrettexan/support
Robby interviews Mark of Lantern Rescue. Listen as he shares some powerful stories of recent rescues around the world. A warning: this program contains sensitive content. Listener discretion is advised. Call the National Human Trafficking Hotline (NHTH) at 1-888-373-7888. Learn more at https://lanternrescue.org
114 Operation “Root of All Evil” with Kirk Kiefer – Ohio Kirk Kiefer has been a wildlife investigator with the Ohio Department of Natural Resources for the past 15 years. In this episode, he walks us through Operation “Root of All Evil,” a lengthy and complex investigation into the illegal ginseng trade that spanned multiple states, included unmarked vehicles, extended surveillance, buys and sales by undercover officers, and even a fake business. Our Sponsors: Thin Green Line Podcast Don Noyes Chevrolet Sovereign Sportsman Solutions “A Cowboy in the Woods” Book Hunt of a Lifetime Maine's Operation Game Thief Wildlife Heritage Foundation of NH International Wildlife Crimestoppers Here's what we discuss: Wild ginseng root is highly valued for its perceived medicinal properties Grows very slowly, taking up to five years to reach maturity One pound can be worth up to $1000 Seeds take over a year to germinate Information campaign helped educate stakeholders on the damage caused by poaching Many poachers are involved in other illegal activities Legal ginseng plants must have three leaf sets, or ‘prongs' Case also had multiple prongs Prong 1: Undercover officers sold ginseng to licensed dealers Compared the amount sold to the amount reported Officers then sold ginseng outside the buying season to confirm illegal intent Prong 2: Coordinated with US Fish & Wildlife Service to create a fake business Business would receive inquiries from those looking to buy and sell illegal product Prong 3: Obtain offenders' assistance in exchange for a reduced penalty Task force worked in multiple states One offender had been featured on a popular reality show The television show actually helped educate the public about ginseng poaching Many countries overseas have decimated indigenous flora and fauna, creating a black market 110 defendants received multiple charges Nearly six years of jail time served, $77,000 in fines Kirk's background; jack of all trades Trapping academy State officers were made aware of the ginseng operation “Giving a little bit, we received a lot.” Not all states have Wildlife Investigators State of Ohio has done some major operations Ginseng awareness for stakeholders training began in 2015 Operation takedown day finally arrived in 2022 Credits Hosts: Wayne Saunders and John Nores Producer: Jay Ammann Art & Design: Ashley Hannett Research / Content Coordinator: Stacey DesRoches Subscribe: Apple Podcasts Spotify Amazon Google Waypoint Stitcher TuneIn Megaphone Find More Here: Website Warden's Watch / TGL Store Facebook Facebook Fan Page Instagram Twitter YouTube RSS Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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America's immigration crisis has truly been exploding and spiraling out of control. The Biden administration is granting legal status to nearly half-a-million Venezuelan immigrants. America's big cities are being overrun with illegal migrants which is causing all kinds of issues. Even New York Governor Kathy Hochul changed her tune on illegal immigration. Years ago, she was all about letting people come to New York so we can take care of them. Now, she is saying we don't have any more capacity to house migrants. Donald Trump spoke this week in Iowa and said he will carry out the ‘largest domestic deportation operation in American history' if elected. Plus, Democratic Sen. Bob Menendez is facing an indictment on bribery charges. Mike brings you those details!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Let's talk about Real Estate investing today… Lan Kawaoka has a serious background in Real Estate Investing, Education and helping others to create a Passive Cashflow in Real Estate. With over $2.1 Billion in assets owned and over 10,000 units, he has some very Real and very Practical Advice for you today. I hope you enjoy the conversation. Topics Covered: · How to Create Passive Real Estate Income · How to Start Real Estate Investing without it being a Second Job · Where to start the education process to succeed in real estate · What is the Wealth Elevator Formula for Investing I certainly hope you gain some valuable insights from Lane on investing in Real Estate. Please send me feedback on what I can do to help you grow your wealth. You have Greatness inside you. I know you can Learn, Grow and Accomplish anything you put your mind toward. I appreciate you listening today. See you tomorrow. George Wright III About Guest LANE KAWAOKA: In an era marked by swift changes and constant disruption, the path ahead can seem daunting for even the most seasoned business leaders. Chris Marshall, widely renowned as the ‘Uncertainty Scientist', combines his expertise as both a professional futurist and behavioral scientist to assist with this challenge. In 2022, Chris published the book "Decoding Change", helping people step back from the rapid changes ongoing and recognize the true driving forces shaping this new era. Chris is also the founder and creator of the PPM Method (Pause, Play, Move Method), built on the latest neuroscience and stress research. It provides entrepreneurs, decision-makers, and leaders with the tools to master disruption, cultivate their best thinking, and build resilient teams. Guest Resources: Website: http://SimplePassiveCashflow.com Podcast: CLICK HERE Linkedin: CLICK HERE Reach Out: Lane@thewealthelevator.com FREE Daily Mastermind Resources: CONNECT with George & Access Tons of Resources Get access to Proven Strategies and Time-Test Principles for Success. Plus, download and access tons of FREE resources and online events by joining our Exclusive Community of Entrepreneurs, Business Owners, and High Achievers like YOU. Join FREE at www.JoinTheEvolution.com Mentoring or Marketing Resources: If you are interested in taking your Life or Business to the Next Level… If you are having trouble Scaling your Operation or Creating More Growth… If you need someone to help you Create More Vision, Clarity, Mental Discipline… Mentoring might be the Perfect Option for you. Email me and I will see what options might best fit your needs. We have several options like The Academy Mastermind Group, CEO Mentoring or Marketing Consulting for your business. George@G3worldwide.com. This is my personal email. G
Idag släpps en ny P3 Dokumentär: Amfetaminfabriken och operation Trojan Shield. Nya avsnitt från P3 Dokumentär hittar du först i Sveriges Radio Play. Grannarna i den lilla bruksorten Olshammar reagerar på den märkliga renoveringen av det grå huset. De anar inte att det finns en amfetaminfabrik i källaren – och att FBI zoomar in huset på kartan.
In 1968, a Russian submarine sank in the Pacific Ocean. While the Russian government didn't know where it was, Americans did, and a new film explores how the Nixon administration, Howard Hughes, and the CIA came together to attempt to retrieve it. The film is called, "Neither Confirm Nor Deny" and was directed by the late Phillip Carter. Investigative journalist Hank Phillippi Ryan joins to talk about the film and her role covering the case.
We have your most complete fantasy football and NFL betting preview show here. Examining start/sits, sleepers, avoids, player props, game lines, and over/unders ahead of your Week 3 matchups. #FantasyFootball #Dynasty #NFL #Podcast #NFLWeek2 #Sportsbettingpicks #NFLBets Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3RR... Show Store: https://t.co/ERRXkVlNtG Follow on Twitter: https://twitter.com/bellyupmdffshow Follow on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bellyupmdffshow Follow on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mdsfantasyf.. . Follow on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@mdsfantasyfoo.. . Follow & Download on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast Follow & Download on iHeartRadio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/53-bel.. . Follow & Download on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6f8WrV7 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The news of Texas covered today includes:Our Lone Star story of the day: It's not just “those little counties” anymore. Dallas County and Harris County Republican Party's vote to support censure of House Speaker Dade Phelan for not supporting GOP legislative priorities and for the impeachment push through.Our Lone Star story of the day is sponsored by Allied Compliance Services providing the best service in DOT, business and personal drug and alcohol testing since 1995.Hint: If you want more conservative local government, STOP HIRING NON-CONSERVATIVES to run it!Much border news today. EXCLUSIVE VIDEOS: 7K Migrants Cross into One Texas Border Town in 72 Hours. By the way, note that Texas' very expensive Operation Lone Star doesn't seem to be making much of a difference.Judge blocks new Texas law aimed at keeping pornography out of public school libraries. The weakness of this ruling is left out by the press but I'll tell you what it is.Listen on the radio, or station stream, at 5pm Central. Click for our radio and streaming affiliates. www.PrattonTexas.com
If you're a mom, then you know better than anyone how isolating and challenging motherhood can be. When they say "It takes a village", they really mean It. Sometimes the smallest acts of service can be enough to help a new mom feel seen. Today, we chat with the founder of an incredible nonprofit organization that is supporting military moms to ease the stress of deployment and separation during their early parenting season.
When was the last time you had a really bad day? You know what I mean, the kinda day where you hit your snooze on your alarm so many times you can't remember. The kinda day where you just don't feel like doing anything. What is your story you've been telling yourself over the past week or two…. 90% of success is just showing up…start by acknowledging you showed up…recognize and appreciate. We all have these types of days, but it's how you respond to these days that will truly define you as a person and determine the success and happiness you have in your life. Today I want to talk about what you can do to really get out of these “traps” that we get stuck in…the cycles, the “trapped inside my head”, the “I don't feel like doing what it takes” kinda days. Remember Prosperity Pillar #3…I act in spite of my mood…there is a reason that this pillar exists. I know it's easier said than done, so let's discuss 4 ways you can ensure you either Eliminate, Reduce or Deal with these days in a more productive way… 1-Structure most settle for structure from others…like a job find ways to set your own structure. examples: workout, meetings, routine, commitments there is a difference between rituals and structure 2-Schedule best example of structure doing a call, zoom, meeting even when you don't feel like it appointment with a trainer, friend, etc schedule business, family and lifestyle like a job would make time for memories, lifestyle and fun…to refresh your mind 3-Accountability human nature fights to protect you from pain, stress, etc. we need accountability to survive and thrive…to push us find internal and external ways for accountibility seek help, support, mentors, business relationships, and milestones measure, track and report…sometimes reporting is simple way 4-Non-Negotiable Priorities You have to decide what is non negotiable in your life base this around your values: health, relationship, success, people make the decision and commitment to never stop or allow breaks health and fitness is one of mine…workouts prime the day determine the Big Domino you can set as a non negotiable Remember a couple of key things: 1-every day is a clean slate 2-every moment is an opportunity to start fresh The KEY…The Turning Point is in Decision and basically CHOICE. Learn to minimize your number of bad days with some of your own strategies… Learn to break the cycle when you recognize you are starting to have a bad day, attitude or mindset… Find a way to push through and recognize your own efforts, results and commitment to growing and learning. You can do this...Thanks for joining me today…George Wright III FREE Daily Mastermind Resources: CONNECT with George & Access Tons of Resources Get access to Proven Strategies and Time-Test Principles for Success. Plus, download and access tons of FREE resources and online events by joining our Exclusive Community of Entrepreneurs, Business Owners, and High Achievers like YOU. Join FREE at www.JoinTheEvolution.com Mentoring or Marketing Resources: If you are interested in taking your Life or Business to the Next Level… If you are having trouble Scaling your Operation or Creating More Growth… If you need someone to help you Create More Vision, Clarity, Mental Discipline… Mentoring might be the Perfect Option for you. Email me and I will see what options might best fit your needs. We have several options like The Academy Mastermind Group, CEO Mentoring or Marketing Consulting for your business. George@G3worldwide.com. This is my personal email. G
In this episode, Phil talks with Josh and Ben, two Australian Airsofter. Josh is one of the main people behind Oscar Zulu 1, or OZ1, Aussie organizers of yearly games in New Zealand. Listen to Josh tell us all about how that came about, and their upcoming game Operation Black Gecko, taking place in October 2023. --- If you're looking to support the channel, there are two key ways you can do this. Buy our GLOBAL COMMUNITY PATCH here - $15CAD with free shipping: https://cc4870.myshopify.com/ Check out our merch store here: https://stormriders.threadless.com/ And join our discord by following this link: https://discord.gg/ZdaftDDYaZ
We're back with Weston Kay, the one and only Rose Anvil from the new streaming video platform called "YouTube", to discuss the shame he feels for the criminal act of cutting a pair of 100+ year old WWI boots in half, how he outfitted his Rose Anvil Builds workshop with some incredible old cobbling equipment, why it's much harder than it should be for him to simply tell people he loves a pair of boots, and alllllllll the things people misunderstand about him and the Rose Anvil channel. And, of course, if any of his feelings have changed about Alden Indy boots, which I unabashedly love. Things get pretty real!!! ________________________________________________________________________________________________This episode was sponsored by Grant StoneTheme Song: The Road by Punk Rock Opera
Steve discusses Ray Epps' charging over his conduct on January 6, 2021. Then Tracy Beanz from UncoverDC joins the program to talk about the huge wins for free speech coming out of the Missouri v. Biden case. In Hour Two, the team plays a game of Fake News or Not, reacting to various clips from the pundit and political class. Finally, Steve talks about his tenuous relationship with the Detroit Lions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today on the podcast let's talk about Entrepreneurship with a Venture Capitalist, Real Estate Investor and former Israeli Defense Forces Navy Seal Operator. Roy Dekel has been featured in Forbes and Entrepreneur Magazine and share a ton of business knowledge and success that you can apply in your business and life. Topics Covered: · Lessons learned in Hell Week that developed key processes and systems in business · How to create a leadership culture that thrives in your business · Insights into the real estate market and future of business · Why optimism is key to the growth of your business in today marketplace My hope is that you will gain some valuable insights from this episode. Success leaves clues so pay attention to how successful people like Roy think and apply the principles in your own life and business. Find ways to learn, grow and create your own winning formula from concepts we discuss. I believe in you and know that you have greatness inside you that is ready to be unleashed. I hope this episode will help you do just that… George Wright III Guest Resources: Set Schedule: https://www.setschedule.com/ Roy's Philanthropy site: https://roydekel.org/ Connect with Roy on Social Media: LinkedIn: Facebook Twitter: About Guest Roy Dekel: Roy Dekel is an experienced venture capitalist with a proven track record of over 10 years in the real estate industry. He is the founder of SetSchedule, which leverages cutting edge tech advancements to forge stronger connections and build lasting business relationships. With a diverse professional background as Director of Business Development, President, Co-Founder, CEO, and Partner across multiple portfolio companies, Roy brings a wealth of expertise to the table. Explore Roy Dekel's impactful journey and discover his remarkable contributions. FREE Daily Mastermind Resources: CONNECT with George & Access Tons of Resources Get access to Proven Strategies and Time-Test Principles for Success. Plus, download and access tons of FREE resources and online events by joining our Exclusive Community of Entrepreneurs, Business Owners, and High Achievers like YOU. Join FREE at www.JoinTheEvolution.com Mentoring or Marketing Resources: If you are interested in taking your Life or Business to the Next Level… If you are having trouble Scaling your Operation or Creating More Growth… If you need someone to help you Create More Vision, Clarity, Mental Discipline… Mentoring might be the Perfect Option for you. Email me and I will see what options might best fit your needs. We have several options like The Academy Mastermind Group, CEO Mentoring or Marketing Consulting for your business. George@G3worldwide.com. This is my personal email. G
Que tal amigos esta semana estamos platicando sobre la gran victoria de Ferrari que termino con la hegemonía de RedBull Racing, como Carlos Sainz manejo a la perfección para irse con los 25 puntos este fin de semana, también el resto de la acción del #SingaporeGP y los rumores que salieron este mismo fin de semana Recuerda seguirnos en todas las redes @LF1Podcast, IG,FB y Twitter Escuchanos en Spotify, Apple Music y Amazon Music como LF1 Podcast siguea cada uno de nosotros en nuestras redes @jorger_r (Tw) @hanna_rodd (Tw e IG)
Yonel Dorelis AKA Yogi joins us for this episode to talk about his distinguished career flying for multiple different branches of the U.S. military. We talk about his youth and his service, culminating in his actions during operation Anaconda in Afghanistan. He is a true American Patriot with an amazing story!
Früher hieß Nathan Nancy. Doch ein Mädchen wollte er nie sein. Jetzt, mit 43 Jahren, haben ihn Hormone seinem Wunsch, ein Mann zu werden, sehr nah gebracht. Es fehlt noch die geschlechtsangleichende Operation. Als diese scheitert, trifft Nathan eine unglaubliche Entscheidung - er beantragt Sterbehilfe.Von Ingo Haeb und Roel Nolletwww.deutschlandfunkkultur.de, Das FeatureDirekter Link zur Audiodatei
Ronnie Adams and Mark Radulich review movies currently on streaming services and in theaters: Operation Fortune Ruse De Guerre/The Covenant/Snatch Review! First up is Operation Fortune: Ruse de Guerre (2023). Then we move on to The Covenant (2003). Finally we review Snatch (2000).Disclaimer: The following may contain offensive language, adult humor, and/or content that some viewers may find offensive – The views and opinions expressed by any one speaker does not explicitly or necessarily reflect or represent those of Mark Radulich or W2M Network.Mark Radulich and his wacky podcast on all the things:https://linktr.ee/markkind76alsoFB Messenger: Mark Radulich LCSWTiktok: @markradulichtwitter: @MarkRadulich
Joined by the beautiful Brandy Renee to discuss Operation Delirium, Navy and civilian career, an odd medical issue, pride/ego in relationships, a self-proclaimed alien, and much more. Follow her on Twitter @aka_brandyrenee and Tiktok @aka_brandyrenee
#icymi #operationpolo #hyderabad Seventy-five years have passed since India launched Operation Polo to ‘liberate' Hyderabad. In Ep 1070 of Cut The Clutter — 1st published on September 7, 2022 — Editor-in-Chief Shekhar Gupta looks at sequence of events & forces at play that compelled Nizam to agree to ‘integration' with India.
In the latest episode of InsideAuto Podcast, Ilana Shabtay speaks with Josh Detzel about how he scaled his vehicle acquisition operations into a full scale Vehicle Operations Center. Josh explains how in just two months of careful planning, he successfully scaled his acquisition operation from 8 vehicles to 28 by carefully allocating resources, developing internal work processes and leveraging the power of AI. Listen in now to learn exactly how he managed to accomplish this feat and how he plans to continue scaling and spreading his methodology to other dealerships in his auto group and corner the used car market in his area.
Let's open this week talking about Clarity and Vision for Your Life Nothing says vision like a Life Mission Statement. Do you have one? Have you ever developed one? One of my Mentors Robert Stuberg took me through an exercise on building and crafting a personal mission statement. It involved answering a series of questions. The questions were critical for me to help truly develop a solid mission statement. · Mission might seem challenging and overwhelming pressure · so many facets of life, so how do we narrow it to one statement? · 5 key statements describing personal mission and life overall · Take time to uncover the essence and direction of your life Personal Mission Statement should help answer several questions for you: What is the purpose of your life? Why are you here? What in life do you want to experience? How would you like to feel on a daily basis? Let me outline the 5 questions I'd like you to answer… 1-My Life's Purpose is… (example to empower those around me to be the best version of themselves and to empower them with purpose and passion for life) 2-My Empowering Self-Definition is… (Example: I am someone with the power to accomplish my important goas and dreams. I can achieve what I truly desire by making the decision and taking the action necessary to achieve it.) 3-I want my Life to be an Answer to What Question? (How can I use my talents to create the biggest impact and legacy?) 4-My Mission in Life is… (The application of your UT) 5-The Sort of Influence on Others I'd Like to Have is… (Example: inspire, motivate and educate others to become the best versions of themselves and life a life of health, wealth and happiness) I challenge you to Determine Your Mission · Most people focus on a job or career · Power comes from focusing on your mission · What do you want the focus of your life to be? · Who do you want to serve and How? Hit me up @thedailymastermind on FB or IG …or simply email me at email@example.com Let me know what your mission is or if you have questions… Share this show… Mentoring Availability…Academy Launching…Head over to… DailyMastermind.com Thanks for Listening. George Wright III FREE Daily Mastermind Resources: CONNECT with George & Access Tons of Resources Get access to Proven Strategies and Time-Test Principles for Success. Plus, download and access tons of FREE resources and online events by joining our Exclusive Community of Entrepreneurs, Business Owners, and High Achievers like YOU. Join FREE at www.JoinTheEvolution.com Mentoring or Marketing Resources: If you are interested in taking your Life or Business to the Next Level… If you are having trouble Scaling your Operation or Creating More Growth… If you need someone to help you Create More Vision, Clarity, Mental Discipline… Mentoring might be the Perfect Option for you. Email me and I will see what options might best fit your needs. We have several options like The Academy Mastermind Group, CEO Mentoring or Marketing Consulting for your business. George@G3worldwide.com. This is my personal email. G
Friend of the show Glenn Robbins plays "broken bits bingo" & quiz's Mick on what he should be able to do better after 20 years. Join Mick & MG weekday mornings from 6am or grab the podcast everyday on LiSTNR or where ever you get your podcasts. #MickAndMGInTheMorningSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Smaller Part 91 operators face the same challenges as their larger counterparts, but they do so with fewer resources. That makes it important for the aviation manager to not only set the right example, but for everyone in the department to lead from their respective positions to create a safe and professional operation. The post Podcast: The Importance of Leadership in a Small Flight Operation appeared first on NBAA - National Business Aviation Association.
Liberator Series: Part 1: Mark recalls why he will never forget what Liberation looks like as he shares the impactful rescue of two young children almost overlooked in a Haitian nightclub. A warning: this program contains sensitive content. Listener discretion is advised. Call the National Human Trafficking Hotline (NHTH) at 1-888-373-7888. Learn more at https://lanternrescue.org
A Two Episode Special! First, NPR's Scott Simon come on to discuss his audiobook/book Swingtime for Hitler: From Goebbels's Jazzmen to Tokyo Rose to AI, the Eternal Allure of Propaganda. And then we continue with Operation Jubilee: Blood, Toil, Tears, and Sweat. To hear Swingtime for Hitler on Scribd, go to try.scribd.com/scottsimon for a 60 day free trial, use code SIMON60. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On today's must see, 9/11 memorial edition of Human Events, Jack Posobiec is joined by David Zere LIVE on the ground in lower Manhattan for a can't miss analysis from New York City. Poso is also joined by Tony Shaffer for a deep dive into Operation Able Danger and the. Connection between 9/11 and Robert Mueller. Poso also breaks down the latest out of Pennsylvania and the state-wide manhunt for escaped murderer Danelo Cavalcante. Jack and Natalie Winters engage in an elevated conversation about the world before 9/11 and how the world from 22 years ago in 2001 doesn't exist anymore - all this and more on today's Human Events with Jack Posobiec!Here's your Daily dose of Human Events with @JackPosobiec Save up to 65% on MyPillow products by going to https://www.MyPillow.com/POSO and use code POSO Get $200 off a 3-month supply kit from ‘My Patriot Supply' when you go to https://www.preparewithposo.com. Go to https://www.BlackoutCoffee.com/POSO and use promo code POSO20 for 20% OFF your first order.Support the show