20,000 American troops went into captivity after the fall of the Philippines in 1942. Recent scholarship indicates that half of those POWs did not survive captivity. Surviving the POW experience in the Philippines – including the hell ships and labor camps in Korea and Japan – was no easy feat. For those who did survive to liberation – how did the US Army medical system treat them? How were they reintegrated back into society? To examine the repatriation of these former POWs, the MacArthur Memorial Podcast spoke with Scott Woodard, Historian with the US Army Medical Department Center of History and Heritage Follow us on:Twitter: @MacArthur1880; @AEWilliamsClarkFacebook: @MacArthurMemorialwww.macarthurmemorial.org
Benedicte and Benedikt talk about the old hobbies they've picked up and other updates from the week. Here's Michael and Benedikt on day 1 of their drum challenge POW!, Prune Your Follows — Queen Raae's app projects MicroConf Europe Things are going great for Benedikt and the Userlist team: they're currently migrating to their new email service provider, and they're making good progress with their visual workflow builder. He also shares that he and Michael Koper are taking on a 30-day drum challenge. Despite feeling a sore from riding camp and ballet lessons, Benedicte is now ready to work on her app projects this fall. Aside from POW! and Prune Your Follows, they'll also be working on their new app idea called MixPod. For her work with Outseta, Benedicte shares that they're almost done with the Framer integration and are currently working on their brand center.
Step into the pages of history that often escape the limelight. Join us as we explore Heather B. Moore's "Under the Java Moon," a compelling narrative that opens the curtains on Java's POW camps during WWII—a place where even whispers had eyes. Starting each chapter with real survivor accounts, this novel reveals how families, torn from their lives, faced unparalleled challenges. From Heather's transition from fashion merchandising to becoming a versatile author, to the riveting stories of men, women, and children caught in the war's merciless grip, we dig deep. We'll also explore how wartime fear wasn't confined to one part of the globe, drawing parallels between internment camps in Java and America. As a closing note, we shift from the weight of history to the lightness of tradition, introducing you to the charming Icelandic custom of Jolabokaflod, which turns book-giving into a festive affair. Don't miss this episode; it's a tapestry of forgotten history and a glimpse into cherished traditions. _ Produced by Podcast Studio X. Listen on YouTube. Find my book reviews on ViewsOnBooks.com.
Jason Grewal is the Chief Legal Officer at SYS Labs, a company building products and services for Web3. Why you should listen Rollux is SYSLabs' premier product, an EVM rollup platform rooted in Bitcoin's PoW for unparalleled security, scalability, and affordability. Bitcoin is the most secure store of value in blockchain. Its value is protected against malicious actors through its Proof-of-Work protocol and a decentralized global network of miners. Rollux inherits Bitcoin security by deploying Syscoin on the base settlement layer. Syscoin is a dual-chain (EVM + UTXO) blockchain project that uses merge mining to deploy over 30% of Bitcoin's security, and continues to grow. Jason also introduces Camada, a compliant capital-raising platform that aims to connect investors and issuers worldwide while ensuring regulatory compliance. Jason expresses his opinion on the current state of crypto regulations, highlighting the lack of consensus and unified approach among regulatory agencies. He believes that a new regulatory regime is needed to accommodate the technology and innovation in the crypto industry. Jason also discusses Syslabs' product, SuperDapp, a social platform with AI capabilities and self-custody wallet features. By creating an AI-driven super app that unifies chat, Web3, and social functionalities, SuperDapp aims to transform how users interact with technology and bridge the gaps in the existing fragmented ecosystem. SuperDapp offers an integrated platform where users can access multiple services and features without the need to switch between applications. Supporting links Bitget SYSLabs Andy on Twitter Brave New Coin on Twitter Brave New Coin If you enjoyed the show please subscribe to the Crypto Conversation and give us a 5-star rating and a positive review in whatever podcast app you are using.
We have a first here on the podcast. We have never had a follow up interview with a next of kin of one of our featured veterans and we have that for you today. You may recall Keith Muntz: the 100 year old veteran who fought outside of Metz France and was taken prisoner in his first battle in November 1944, spending the rest of the war as a POW. His grandson Tony Vestal reached out to us and we have a follow conversation with him for you to hear. Support the show
Christian Historical Fiction Talk is listener supported. When you buy things through this site, we may earn an affiliate commission.Become a patron and enjoy special perks and bonus content.Debby Lee is a new-to-me author making her first appearance on the podcast this week. Her fascinating new book, Beneath a Peaceful Moon, is part of Barbour Publishing's Heroines of WWII series, and looks at the role of Native Americans in winning WWII, both as spies and as code talkers. We chat about Debby's visit to Arizona to do research, how much Debby, a Native American herself, knows of the Navajo and Yakima languages, and how she went above and beyond (really above and beyond!) in her research. Patrons will get to hear about some of the sad things that happened to Native Americans even after the war, including to Debby's own family, and the repercussions that are still being felt today. Beneath a Peaceful Moon by Debby Lee Mary Wishram, an orphaned Yakima tribal member, aches for her brother who suffers in a POW camp in the Philippine Islands and her Japanese friends who languish in a relocation center. Determined to end the war by any means necessary, she employs her language skills to become a spy. Leaving Camp Pendleton for the South Pacific, she faces escalating threats of peril to help bring her loved ones home. John Painted Horse, a proud Navajo, struggles with the loss of his father who died in WWI for a country that didn't consider him a United States citizen. Though his home state doesn't offer him the right to vote, he joins the Code Talker program at Camp Pendleton. Thrust into mounting danger in the South Pacific, he hopes to bring long overdue recognition and honor to his people, no matter the cost. Will these two wounded souls find healing from their past traumas and a deeper relationship with God, before it's too late? Or will they lose their chance at love, and everything they hold dear?Get your copy of Beneath a Peaceful Moon by Debby Lee.Debby Lee, a member of the Yakama tribe, started writing as a child but never forgets home, the cozy town of Toledo, Washington, and her Native American roots. A former president of the Olympia chapter of Romance Writers of America, Debby enjoys participating in both RWA and the American Christian Fiction Writers. Her full length title, Beneath a Peaceful Moon, releases June 1, 2023, with Barbour Publishing. She also has six novella collections with Barbour. The Courageous Brides and Mountain Christmas Brides both made the ECPA Bestsellers list. A self-professed nature lover, Debby feels like a hippie child who wasn't born early enough to attend Woodstock. She wishes she could run barefoot all year long and often does when weather permits. During football season, she cheers on the Seattle Seahawks with other devoted fans. She's also filled with wanderlust and dreams of traveling the world.Visit Debby's website.
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Mario Molina is the Executive Director of Protect Our Winters (aka POW). POW was founded in the late 2000s by professional snowboarder Jeremy Jones. They've grown to 130,000 supporters that consist of passionate outdoor athletes motivated to protect the places they live and love from climate change. POW's goal is to give a voice to the outdoor sports community (or the Outdoor State, as they call it) and channel it into political will to help get energy transition and related climate change policies passed.Mario has been working in climate for many years. Prior to POW, he was the international director of the Climate Reality Project, which was created by former Vice President Al Gore. Before that, Mario led strategy and programs as deputy director at the Alliance for Climate Education.Politics generally follows culture, not the other way around. In other words, political movements grow from cultural movements. By harnessing people's love of outdoor recreation and helping them share stories of how they directly observe the world changing around them, POW is helping to channel the cultural agenda around climate change. And by giving their supporters tangible things to do, policies for which to advocate and candidates to support, they're seeking to influence actual outcomes that can make a difference. You'll want to listen to this one in its entirety as Mario has a bit of a surprising announcement at the end. Enjoy the show!In this episode, we cover: [2:38] An overview of Protect Our Winters (POW) and its origins [5:36] Athlete stories that highlight the impact of climate change [8:22] POW's theory of change and applications to the 'Outdoor State'[14:44] Examples of athlete engagement in policy[17:39] How POW determines which projects to support[21:44] The org's 501(c)(4) arm that allows POW to endorse or campaign for certain candidates[23:50] Challenges POW faced in getting brand partnerships[26:21] What has proven effective in bridging cultural awareness with political action, and where tension still lies[30:06] Mario's background and accomplishments[36:42] Where POW needs help and how listeners can get involvedGet connected: Mario Molina LinkedInProtect Our Winters X / LinkedIn / InstagramCody Simms X / LinkedInMCJ Podcast / Collective / Instagram*You can also reach us via email at email@example.com, where we encourage you to share your feedback on episodes and suggestions for future topics or guests.Episode recorded on Aug 2, 2023 (Published on Sept 5, 2023)
It has been a long time coming, but after 1,891 days in captivity, Nick Rowe became one of only 37 prisoners to successfully escape from Vietcong prisons and make it back to friendly forces. This is the culminating event of his five years to freedom. The helicopter that picked him up radioed ahead and a large crowd gathered to welcome him home. After escaping, Rowe found out that he had been promoted twice in captivity and was now a major. The introduction and transition music heard on the podcast is composed and recorded by the eldest Ghosts of Arlington, Jr. While the rest of his catalogue is quite different from what he's performed for me, you can find his music on bandcamp.com under the names Caladrius and Bloodfeather.As always, a very special thanks to Mountain Up Cap Company for its continued help to spread the word about the podcast on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/MountainUpCapCompany Climb to Glory!For more information about the podcast visit: · The GoA website: https://www.ghostsofarlingtonpodcast.com · Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ghostsofarlingtonpodcast· Twitter: https://twitter.com/ArlingtonGhosts· Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ghostsofarlington/
The last man to leave his sinking ship, Rear Admiral Antrim and his sailors could only run for so long before being captured and imprisoned as POW. Faced with cruelty and brutality from guards everyday, Antrim stood up for his fellow POWs and was awarded the Medal of Honor for saving another's life in the prison camp.
Order of Service: - Prelude - Hymn 49 - All Hail the Pow'r of Jesus' Name: vv. 1 - 4 - Acts 5: 12-16: And through the hands of the apostles many signs and wonders were done among the people. And they were all with one accord in Solomon's Porch. Yet none of the rest dared join them, but the people esteemed them highly. And believers were increasingly added to the Lord, multitudes of both men and women, so that they brought the sick out into the streets and laid them on beds and couches, that at least the shadow of Peter passing by might fall on some of them. Also a multitude gathered from the surrounding cities to Jerusalem, bringing sick people and those who were tormented by unclean spirits, and they were all healed. - Devotion - Prayer - Hymn 49 - All Hail the Pow'r of Jesus' Name: vv. 5 - 7 - Blessing - Postlude Service Participants: Prof. Tom Rank (Preacher), Laura Matzke (Organist)
If a coffee buzz were in human form - Stephanie Ross would be that Grande Latte Lady. I've been a fan of this young entrepreneur for a few years now. She is a fantastic networking guru - it seems to just be 'her thing'. Learn what keeps her going, why she loves her community so dang much, and what it means that her gym has come full circle, and she's cool with that. Stephanie Ross is a passionate speaker, entrepreneur, and business strategist who aims to inspire and motivate wherever she goes. A true teacher at heart, she owns Zen and Pow Soulciety, a lifestyle wellness community in the La Crosse WI area.Ross coaches local female small business owners through her company, Small Business Sister Circle, and is a commercial and residential Real Estate Agent on The Sherie Grass Team at ReMax Results.Stephanie Ross started her first business, Zen and Pow, in 2013 at the age of 20 while attending the University of Wisconsin, La Crosse where she graduated in 2015. Yet, she jokes that she gained her business experience from the School of Hard Knocks.She is a creator, educator, and lover of all things wellness, business, and cultivating community. Whether she is speaking on stage, coaching other business owners, or helping you find your dream home--Stephanie will leave you feeling empowered, inspired, and on fire!
Lieutenant Rowe's circumstances change drastically and he unexpectedly finds himself the lone prisoner in his prison camp. After spending four years with other American POWs, he has to adjust to these new surroundings and hope that he has the mental fortitude to withstand the Vietcong's ramped-up indoctrination sessions all on his own.The introduction and transition music heard on the podcast is composed and recorded by the eldest Ghosts of Arlington, Jr. While the rest of his catalogue is quite different from what he's performed for me, you can find his music on bandcamp.com under the names Caladrius and Bloodfeather.As always, a very special thanks to Mountain Up Cap Company for its continued help to spread the word about the podcast on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/MountainUpCapCompany Climb to Glory!For more information about the podcast visit: · The GoA website: https://www.ghostsofarlingtonpodcast.com · Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ghostsofarlingtonpodcast· Twitter: https://twitter.com/ArlingtonGhosts· Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ghostsofarlington/
The gang gathers for another World War II trivia contest with the $100 prize money going to Homes For Our Troops. How did Adolf Hitler help the Japanese Navy spy on Pearl Harbor? What famous historic figure carried on a secret affair that could have lost the war for the Allies? Who was the mysterious POW who escaped numerous Nazi prison camps dressed as a woman? Players include “Mr Monopoly” Phil Orbanes, Super-agent Jim Frenkel, real-life spy Agent X and the lovely Lois Lane. Mack Maloney Online: Website - https://www.mackmaloney.com/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/WingmanMack/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/MilitaryXFiles Twitter - https://twitter.com/WingmanMack Amazon – https://amzn.to/2IlFRkq
The US Army Veterinary Corps (VC) has a fascinating history. Created in 1916, by WWII its activities were chiefly centered on food inspection to ensure animal products going to feed the Army were being sanitarily procured, produced, and transported. The VC also had responsibility across theatres for about 56,000 horses and mules, thousands of war dogs, and pigeons used by the Signal Corps. On December 8, 1941, there were 12 VC officers stationed in the Philippines. As the Japanese invaded the islands, they played an important role in trying to feed the beleaguered defenders, as well as caring for military animals and even human patients. When the Philippines fell to the Japanese in the spring of 1942, these men went into captivity – applying their unique skillset to the challenges of the POW experience. To share these stories, the MacArthur Memorial Podcast hosted Jon Frank, the son of Charles B. Frank, a VC officer who survived the POW experience in the Philippines. Follow us on:Twitter: @MacArthur1880; @AEWilliamsClarkFacebook: @MacArthurMemorialwww.macarthurmemorial.org
As part of the National Medal of Honor Museum Foundation's efforts to tell the stories of all recipients, host Mo Barrett is joined by Mark Morgan – grandson of WWII Medal of Honor recipient John “Red” Morgan. Mark discusses his grandfather's heroic actions during a bombing run over Germany and later imprisonment as a POW, as well as his family's decision to donate their Medal of Honor and other artifacts to the Museum.
In this week's episode, Anna Rose (https://twitter.com/annarrose) and Kobi Gurkan (https://twitter.com/kobigurk) chat with Or Sattath (https://twitter.com/or_sattath), Assistant Professor at the Ben-Gurion (https://cris.bgu.ac.il/en/persons/or-sattath) University in the Computer Science department. They deep dive into Or's work on Quantum Cryptography. They begin with definitions of Quantum Computing and Quantum Cryptography, covering what these will mean for existing cryptography. They also explore how new discoveries in this field can interact with existing Proof-of-work systems and how Quantum computers could affect the game theory of mining in the future. Here's some additional links for this episode: On the insecurity of quantum Bitcoin mining by Sattath (https://arxiv.org/abs/1804.08118) Strategies for quantum races by Lee, Ray, and Santha (https://arxiv.org/abs/1809.03671) Polynomial-Time Algorithms for Prime Factorization and Discrete Logarithms on a Quantum Computer by Shor (https://arxiv.org/abs/quant-ph/9508027) Shor's Algorithm (https://quantum-computing.ibm.com/composer/docs/iqx/guide/shors-algorithm) Grover's Algorithm (https://quantum-computing.ibm.com/composer/docs/iqx/guide/grovers-algorithm) A fast quantum mechanical algorithm for database search by Grover (https://arxiv.org/abs/quant-ph/9605043) Bell's Theorem (https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/bell-theorem/) More in-depth resources recommended by Or Sattath: A recommended smbc-comics (https://www.smbc-comics.com/comic/the-talk-3) about the power of quantum computing, authored by Zack Weinersmith (the usual cartoonist) and Scott Aaronson (a quantum computing expert) For an in-depth introduction to quantum computing, I recommend Ronald de-Wolf's lecture notes (https://homepages.cwi.nl/~rdewolf/qcnotes.pdf) The Bitcoin backbone protocol with a single quantum miner, by Cojocaru et al (https://eprint.iacr.org/2019/1150) The fingerprint of quantum mining slightly below 16 minutes by Nerem-Gaur (https://arxiv.org/abs/2110.00878) Some estimates regarding timelines, which we didn't discuss, are available here (https://arxiv.org/abs/1710.10377) and here (https://qrc.btq.li/) The insecurity of quantum Bitcoin mining (https://arxiv.org/abs/1804.08118), and the need to change the tie-breaking rule. The work by Lee-Ray-Santh (https://arxiv.org/abs/1809.03671) that analyzes the equilibrium strategy for multiple quantum miners, as a simplified one-shot game. zkSummit 10 is happening in London on September 20, 2023! Apply to attend now -> zkSummit 10 Application Form (https://9lcje6jbgv1.typeform.com/zkSummit10). Polygon Labs (https://polygon.technology/) is thrilled to announce Polygon 2.0: The Value Layer for the Internet (https://polygon.technology/roadmap). Polygon 2.0 and all of our ZK tech is open-source and community-driven. Reach out to the Polygon community on Discord (https://discord.gg/0xpolygon) to learn more, contribute, or join in and build the future of Web3 together with Polygon! If you like what we do: * Find all our links here! @ZeroKnowledge | Linktree (https://linktr.ee/zeroknowledge) * Subscribe to our podcast newsletter (https://zeroknowledge.substack.com) * Follow us on Twitter @zeroknowledgefm (https://twitter.com/zeroknowledgefm) * Join us on Telegram (https://zeroknowledge.fm/telegram) * Catch us on YouTube (https://zeroknowledge.fm/)
Count your blessings because this Flashback Friday clip will be sure to make you clench your family jewels! JD Ryan starts off with a news report about a hot dog stand robbery gone bad, which reminds John of a very tender and personal story of how he saw a neighbor suffer a life changing injury. It all started with a little bit of gun toting fun but then POW! Right in the peter! They say the man never urinated the same again, but we'll let John tell it! Thanks for joining us for this week's #JCWPodcast #FlashbackFriday. Please don't forget to Like, Share, and most importantly, Subscribe--to make sure you get the latest John Clay Wolfe Show materials as soon as they're released! So keep an eye out for those hunting rifles...and we'll see you Saturday
In the year 1780, South Carolina was in the grip of violence and turmoil. On December 3, 1780, General Nathanael Greene assumed command of the southern department from General Horatio Gates. Gates, the hero of Saratoga, had struggled in the Carolinas most notably at the disastrous battle of Camden. The Continental Congress relented to General Washington's preferred commander: Nathanael Greene. Thus, Greene left his post at West Point and traveled south. General Greene had a series of challenging decisions in front of him. How was he going to rebuild a nearly destroyed army? How was he going to recruit and train his forces to eventually challenge General Cornwallis? The task ahead of him was daunting. In the face of overwhelming odds, he made a militarily unorthodox decision: He split his army in half. In command of the other half of his army was General Daniel Morgan, a brawler from the Virginia backcountry. Morgan was a veteran of the French and Indian War. He was captured and held as a POW after the failed invasion of Quebec. He later distinguished himself as one of the heroes of the Saratoga campaign. In January 1781, Morgan was also faced with improbable odds. As he commanded General Greene's “flying army”, Cornwallis sent Lt. Col. “Bloody Ban” Tarleton to pursue Morgan. On January 17, 1781, General Morgan made a stand in a local cow pasture in northwest South Carolina. We know this location as Cowpens. It was here that Morgan achieved one of the most tactically brilliant victories in American military history. We know Morgan as the “Old Wagoner”, but he could just as easily be called the American Hannibal. Check out part three of the series and learn more about what happened at the Battle of Cowpens! HELP SPREAD THE WORD! If you like the show, subscribe in Apple podcasts, Spotify, or Audible. Support the show with written reviews, share on social media, and through word of mouth. Visit the website. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Check out our Tours: Alexandria History Tours provides guided tours of Old Town Alexandria with a focus on George Washington, the Revolutionary, and the Civil War. Use promo code “PMECOMPLETE” for a 10% discount. Further Reading: A Devil of a Whipping William Washington, American Light Dragoon: A Continental Cavalry Leader in the War of Independence The Road to Guilford Courthouse Daniel Morgan: A Revolutionary Life Kings Mountain and Cowpens Nathanael Greene: A Biography of the American Revolution South Carolina and the American Revolution To the End of the World: Nathanael Greene, Charles Cornwallis, and the Race to the Dan
Roman code or Mos Maiorum Mos maiorum means the way of the elders 8 virtues Fideas - Be trust worthy The Latin word fides encompasses several English words, such as trust/trustworthiness, good faith/faithfulness, confidence, reliability, and credibility. It was an important concept in Roman law, as oral contracts were common. Pietas - Be respectful Pietas was the Roman attitude of dutiful respect towards the gods, homeland, parents, and family, which required the maintenance of relationships in a moral and dutiful manner. Religio and Cultus - Be religious Related to the Latin verb religare, "to bind", religio was the bond between gods and mortals, as carried out in traditional religious practices for preserving the pax deorum (“peace of the gods”). Cultus was the active observance and the correct performance of rituals. Religious practice, in this sense, is to be distinguished from pietas and its inherent morality. See religion in ancient Rome and imperial cult (ancient Rome). Disciplin - Be diciplined The military character of Roman society suggests the importance of disciplina, as related to education, training, discipline, and self-control. Gravitas and constantia - Self Control or Temperance Gravitas was dignified self-control. Constantia was steadiness or perseverance. In the face of adversity, a good Roman was to display an unperturbed façade. Roman myth and history reinforced this value by recounting tales of figures such as Gaius Mucius Scaevola, who in a founding legend of the Republic demonstrated his seriousness and determination to the Etruscan king Lars Porsenna by holding his right hand in a fire. Virtus - Core values Derived from the Latin word vir ("man"), virtus constituted the ideal of the true Roman male. Gaius Lucilius discusses virtus in some of his work and says that it is virtus for a man to know what is good, evil, useless, shameful, or dishonorable. Dignitas and auctoritas - serve others with dignatity Dignitas and auctoritas were the end result of displaying the values of the ideal Roman and the service of the state, in the forms of priesthoods, military positions, and magistracies. Dignitas was a reputation for worth, honor and esteem. Thus, a Roman who displayed their gravitas, constantia, fides, pietas and other values of a Roman would possess dignitas among their peers. Similarly, by that path, a Roman could earn auctoritas ("prestige and respect"). Us military Code of Conduct The Code of Conduct provides guidance for the behavior and actions of members of the Armed Forces of the United States. This guidance applies not only on the battlefield but also in the event that the service member is captured and becomes a prisoner of war (POW). The Code is delineated in six articles. Article I: I am an American, fighting in the forces which guard my country and our way of life. I am prepared to give my life in their defense. Article II: I will never surrender of my own free will. If in command, I will never surrender the members of my command while they still have the means to resist. Article III: If I am captured I will continue to resist by all means available. I will make every effort to escape and aid others to escape. I will accept neither parole nor special favors from the enemy. Article IV: If I become a prisoner of war, I will keep faith with my fellow prisoners. I will give no information or take part in any action which might be harmful to my comrades. If I am senior, I will take command. If not, I will obey the lawful orders of those appointed over me and will back them up in every way. Article V: When questioned, should I become a prisoner of war, I am required to give my name, rank, service number, and date of birth. I will evade answering further questions to the utmost of my ability. I will make no oral or written statements disloyal to my country and its allies or harmful to their cause. Article VI: I will never forget that I am an American, fighting for freedom, responsible for my actions, and dedicated to the principles which made my country free. I will trust in my God and in the United States of America. Spartan code of Honor The Spartan hoplite followed a strict laconic code of honor. No soldier was considered superior to another. Suicidal recklessness, misbehavior, and rage were prohibited in the Spartan army, as those behaviors endangered the phalanx. Recklessness could also lead to dishonor, as in the case of Aristodemus. Spartans regarded those who fight, while still wishing to live, as more valorous than those who don't care if they die. They believed that a warrior must not fight with raging anger but with calm determination. Spartans must walk without any noise and speak only with a few words in the laconic way of life. Other ways for Spartans to be dishonored include dropping the shield (rhipsaspia), failing to complete the training, and deserting in battles. Dishonored Spartans were labeled as outcasts and would be forced to wear different clothing for public humiliation. In battles, the Spartans told stories of valor to inspire the troops and, before a major confrontation, they sang soft songs to calm the nerves. Bushido code Righteousness (義 gi). Justice is the most important virtue for the samurai. A true samurai does not attack the enemy without an important reason. Loyalty (忠義 chūgi). Loyalty is the 2nd most important thing in life. The samurai should always be loyal to his master. The samurai should also believe his duty to protect his master is the meaning of life. Honor (名誉 meiyo). A life without honor is not a life. If a samurai makes a mistake, he should honor his name by committing suicide. (Example: The story of 47 samurai (the Ako Incident). Respect (礼 rei). A samurai should always respect his enemy. A samurai respects his opponent before and after the fight. Even if a samurai kills his opponent, he is very respectful to the corpse. Honesty ( 誠 sei). A samurai never lies. “Deception” does not exist in the Book of a Samurai. Courage (勇 yū). A samurai fights until the end. A samurai is never afraid of anything. He is not afraid of death. A samurai is always brave because he fights for something he believes in. Consistency (誠 makoto ). A samurai never change their path. He is like a dragonfly, he always moves forward, he never moves back. What is your code? Why do you need a code? What is in a code? 00:00:00 Exploring Different Societal Codes of Conduct 00:00:37 Introduction to Relaxed Male and its purpose 00:10:52 The impact of parental expectations and disappointment 00:14:30 The erosion of respect and the need for a code of conduct 00:16:44 The importance of discipline in education and self-control 00:19:13 Virtus: knowing what is good, evil, and honorable 00:19:59 Roman Values: Dignitas, Auctoritas, and Core Virtues 00:24:53 Spartan Code of Honor: Equality and Prohibited Behaviors 00:26:18 Valor and Calm Determination: The Spartan Code of Conduct 00:28:17 Inspiring Troops and Calming Nerves: Singing in Battle 00:30:16 The Bushido Code: Values of the Japanese Samurai 00:33:19 Building Your Own Code: Why You Need a Code of Conduct 00:36:27 Importance of Writing and Displaying Core Values
Holy bottle openers, wine lovers! Your favorite dynamic duo, Julie Perkins and Alejandro Ortiz, are back and they're uncorking more than just bottles this season. After a hiatus longer than the aging process of a fine Bordeaux, they're diving right into the juicy world of Vacation Wines!
Charlie Plumb ended up in the U.S. Navy because money was tight for his family and it was a big economic relief when he was recommended and accepted at the U.S. Naval Academy. Upon commissioning from Annapolis and competion of flight school, Plumb would soon be flying an F-4. Little did he know what awaited him just a few years later in Vietnam.Plumb was deployed to the war zone in November 1966. He routinely flew missions over North Vietnam, including Hanoi, which he says was the most heavily protected city in the world at that time. On each mission, he came under fire in a variety of forms.In May 1967, Plumb was shot down by a surface-to-air missile (SAM) and taken prisoner. He was soon held prisoner at the infamous "Hanoi Hilton."In this edition of "Veterans Chronicles," Captain Plumb recounts his memories of being shot down, his remarkable prayer while parachuting into enemy territory, the brutal torture and deprivation in the prison, and how the U.S. POW's kept each other going. Finally, he shares what it was like to breathe as a free man after nearly six years of captivity.
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SEASON 4, EPISODE 1! We're starting season 4 with 4 back-to-back weeks in the book of Daniel. In this episode, Bev and Delaney discuss Daniel, a young POW in Babylon who endured culture brainwashing and resolved to remain godly in his godless culture. Similarly, we are living in a modern-day Babylon with rampant disobedience and debauchery. Yet, we see from the life of Daniel that we can resolve to remain godly. This word from the book of Daniel is TIMELY for us in the cultural moment we're in.
The American POWs are split up as the Vietcong continue their reeducation efforts to get them to confess to "crimes against the Vietnamese people." Knowing his health is headed south, Lieutenant Nick Rowe decides he needs to try to escape before it's too late. Sure, escape is risky, but even if he dies in the process, he figures it is better than sitting around waiting to starve to death.The introduction and transition music heard on the podcast is composed and recorded by the eldest Ghosts of Arlington, Jr. While the rest of his catalogue is quite different from what he's performed for me, you can find his music on bandcamp.com under the names Caladrius and Bloodfeather.As always, a very special thanks to Mountain Up Cap Company for its continued help to spread the word about the podcast on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/MountainUpCapCompany Climb to Glory!For more information about the podcast visit: · The GoA website: https://www.ghostsofarlingtonpodcast.com · Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ghostsofarlingtonpodcast· Twitter: https://twitter.com/ArlingtonGhosts· Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ghostsofarlington/
On 1 July 1960, a United States RB-47H reconnaissance plane was shot down by the Soviet Air Defence Forces while performing signals intelligence in the Barents Sea, near the Kola Peninsula, off the Arctic coast of the Soviet Union. Four of the six crew members died. The shootdown occurred exactly two months after the far better-known U-2 shootdown involving Francis Gary Powers and added to the tensions created by that incident. Gary Power and the U2 incident https://coldwarconversations.com/episode23/ I speak with John Mollison, an aviation artist, writer, and award-winning filmmaker. Do check out his website at https://www.johnmollison.com/ John interviewed Captain "Bruce" Olmstead who was co-pilot of the RB47. As a result of his involvement in the incident, Olmstead received the POW medal in 1996 and Silver Star medals in 2004, as well as the Distinguished Flying Cross. His Silver Star Citation reads “For 208 days, Colonel Olmstead was interrogated and harassed at length on a continuous basis by numerous top Soviet Secret Police interrogating teams. Although greatly weakened physically by the lack of food, denial of sleep, and the mental rigors of constant interrogation, Colonel Olmstead steadfastly refused all attempts to give sensitive defense information or be exploited for propaganda purposes. By his gallantry and devotion to duty, Colonel Olmstead has reflected great credit upon himself and the United States Air Force.” Bruce died in October 2016. Extra episode information https://coldwarconversations.com/episode303 The fight to preserve Cold War history continues and via a simple monthly donation, you will give me the ammunition to continue to preserve Cold War history. You'll become part of our community, get ad-free episodes, and get a sought-after CWC coaster as a thank you and you'll bask in the warm glow of knowing you are helping to preserve Cold War history. Just go to https://coldwarconversations.com/donate/ If a monthly contribution is not your cup of tea, We also welcome one-off donations via the same link. Find the ideal gift for the Cold War enthusiast in your life! Just go to https://coldwarconversations.com/store/ Support the project! https://coldwarconversations.com/donate/ Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/ColdWarPod Facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/coldwarpod/ Instagram https://www.instagram.com/coldwarconversations/ Youtube https://youtube.com/@ColdWarConversations Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In 1942, US Army dental officer, Roy L. Bodine, became a POW when Bataan surrendered to the Japanese. He spent 41 months as a POW - surviving the Bataan Death March, POW camps, Hell Ships, and labor camps. One month after VJ Day, he was liberated from a labor camp in Korea. Throughout his captivity, he kept a diary which was later used as evidence in war crimes trials after WWII. To discuss Bodine's POW experience and later life, MacArthur Memorial Archivist Jim Zobel interviewed Major General Patrick Sculley (USA, Retired). General Sculley knew Bodine and has spent many years researching Bodine's POW experience. Follow us on:Twitter: @MacArthur1880; @AEWilliamsClarkFacebook: @MacArthurMemorialwww.macarthurmemorial.org
Slam the Gavel Podcast welcomes back Kathy Watrel. Kathy was last on the podcast July 30th, 2023, Season 4, Episode 134 where she spoke out on what exactly her judge was doodling during hearings..... and MORE. This podcast TODAY is a CELEBRATION PARTY. The 4th Judicial Circuit Court of Florida, Judge Suzanne Bass GRANTED the FIFTH Verified Motion To Disqualify/Recuse Judge. Suzanne Bass Circuit Judge granted Kathy Watrel's Motion on the 21st of July, 2023. "The Court finds Defendant's Motion is legally sufficient. ORDERED that Former Wife's Fifth Verified Motion to Disqualify/Recuse Judge is GRANTED. The Court requests the Chief Judge appoint a successor judge as quickly as possible in this case. DONE in Chambers, at Jacksonville, Duval County, Florida on July 31, 2023." This means a TOTAL SUCCESS for a Targeted parent with a case that has been long drawn out. It's not fair to the parent and not fair to the CHILDREN. Now, on to the next judge that in hopes WILL DO THE RIGHT THING.To Reach Kathy Watrel: POW Moms on FaceBook and One Mom's Battle in FL This episode of Slam the Gavel is sponsored by CPSprotect Consulting Services. A Child Protective Services case is one of the most frightening experiences for any parent. Don't face it alone. Face it with confidence! With UrgentAssist by CPSprotect, you can have access to former CPS investigators to make sure you preserve your rights and protect your family. If you're facing CPS involvement and aren't sure where to turn, their child welfare consultants can help you. Visit cpsprotect.com/subscribe and enter the coupon code: SlamTheGavel for 60% off your first year of UrgentAssist AVAILABLE in ALL 50 STATES.SupSupport the showSupportshow(https://www.buymeacoffee.com/maryannpetri)http://www.dismantlingfamilycourtcorruption.com/Support the showSupportshow(https://www.buymeacoffee.com/maryannpetri)http://www.dismantlingfamilycourtcorruption.com/
Captivity at the hands of the Vietcong continues to bring hardships to Captain Rocky Versace, Lieutenant Nick Rowe, and Sergeant Dan Pitzer. Versace has been separated from the group, though two new prisoners, Army Master Sergeant Ed Johnson and Army Sergeant Len Tadios join Rowe and Pitzer.After attacking a guard and a second round of failed reeducation attempts, Rowe is labeled a hard case - similar to Versace's classification last week - and is told he will be shipped off a new camp, one less lenient than the already strict camps he has been in up to this point.The introduction and transition music heard on the podcast is composed and recorded by the eldest Ghosts of Arlington, Jr. While the rest of his catalogue is quite different from what he's performed for me, you can find his music on bandcamp.com under the names Caladrius and Bloodfeather.As always, a very special thanks to Mountain Up Cap Company for its continued help to spread the word about the podcast on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/MountainUpCapCompany Climb to Glory!For more information about the podcast visit: · The GoA website: https://www.ghostsofarlingtonpodcast.com · Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ghostsofarlingtonpodcast· Twitter: https://twitter.com/ArlingtonGhosts· Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ghostsofarlington/
Slam the Gavel welcomes Kathy Watrel to the podcast. She has been suffering through Family Court for six years. She has been with Judge Bass for the last four. Apparently Judge Bass has some 'doodling,' that has been raising alarms with Kathy. Kathy had made a Public Record Requests for the court for the judges notes, phone calls, hand written notes and texts and found a distressing note written by the judge from last April 6, 2022 the judge wrote, "former wife is represented by her lover (and gave the name of her then attorney) and they are after money." This is what the judge concluded from a hearing that was related to getting services for their older child where child support wasn't being paid and the child was struggling and needed other supported living services and there was an escalating crisis of their youngest child. NOWHERE in that hearing that they were they talking about lovers or dating. Kathy asked the judge, through tears, "please help our family, we are in crisis and that there wasn't a day, a minute, an hour that went by that I wasn't fearful for both of her children or their well-being." Judge Bass then told her that that was very inappropriate, rude and not to talk to her and didn't want to know anything about it. She said that Kathy was distracting as Kathy's crying on mute on ZOOM distracted her a lot. In the transcripts there was nothing about being lovers with the attorney. Kathy obtained these notes by messaging the public informations officer of the whole city who then referred Kathy to the General Counsel for the Duval County Courthouse. They went back and forth and it was a process, the more specific the request the less expensive it will be. It was amazing that Kathy found this note as she was looking for exparte communication. Kathy is saddened by this whole situation because this is what the judge concluded instead of her children's needs. Kathy feels this judge is not fair prejudicial and fabricating fantasies about her. Kathy filed a Motion to Disqualify her July 21st, 2023 and haven't heard back and forwarded the motion to the chief Judges and hasn't heard a response back as of yet. Another concern is that another judge could read her FABRICATION and take on her perspective as well. Judicial Canons do not support this behavior. BEING A JUDGE IS NOT FOR EVERYONE. Back in 2013 when Judge Bass was newly elected as a judge, she was in criminal court. She was presiding over the nationally televised, "Loud Music Case." She called the victim's father on her cell phone this was discovered when the father was talking to opposing counsel. There was more to this case as she also prevented a witness from testifying. This judge's bias is shining through this note, and justice cannot be brought forth. Kathy has a court date in August.To Reach Kathy Watrel: POW Moms on FaceBook and One Mom's Battle in FL This episode of Slam the Gavel is sponsored by CPSprotect Consulting Services. A Child Protective Services case is one of the most frightening experiences for any parent. Don't face it alone. Face it with confidence! With UrgentAssist by CPSprotect, you can have access to former CPS investigators to make sure you preserve your rights and protect your family. If you're facing CPS involvement and aren't sure where to turn, their child welfare consultants can help you. Visit cpsprotect.com/subscribe and enter the coupon code: SlamTheGavel for 60% off your first year of UrgentAssist AVAILABLE in ALL 50 STATES.SupSupport the showSupportshow(https://www.buymeacoffee.com/maryannpetri)http://www.dismantlingfamilycourtcorruption.com/
Welcome back to Free Game Thee Podcast! On this episode, what was supposed to be a simple game of shot o clock at a BBQ pool party (minus the bbq & the pool) tunes into a random game of a group of strangers communicating about music, life, and everything in between. Listen and enjoy! This week's person of the week (POW) goes to my Miami Right hand man, Mistah Gorgeous (@Tonio305) thank you for your kind words during my less than stellar times. ❤️
Ryan speaks with Lieutenant David Carey in this second of a two-part interview about the bonds that he and his fellow POWs formed in captivity, why he feels no hatred to the guards who imprisoned and tortured him, his relationship with former cellmate Senator John McCain, how his experiences put daily life in perspective for him, and more.David Carey is a retired Navy Lieutenant Commander who served in the Vietnam War, as well as an author, motivational speaker, consultant, and trainer. After being deployed aboard the aircraft carrier USS Oriskany in 1966, he was forced to eject over North Vietnam and taken as a Prisoner of War. After serving 2,022 days in the camp, David was released during Operation Homecoming in 1973 and was awarded the Legion of Merit with Valor. Since his retirement from the Navy in 1986, David has dedicated his work to sharing his experiences in the hopes of helping others through his speaking and training engagements and his book The Ways We Choose, Lessons for Life from a POW's Experience. David's work can be found at davecarey.com.✉️ Sign up for the Daily Stoic email: https://dailystoic.com/dailyemail
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Full transcription available at http://heartsofgoldpodcast.com/ On this episode of Hearts of Gold, Sim shares her Girl Scout Gold Award project, Honoring the Missing Man. Sim explains that her project was inspired by the dedication and perseverance of the veterans she met through her involvement in the Air Force Junior ROTC program. She set out to raise awareness about the Missing Man table, a table that is set up to recognize POW and MIA soldiers. With the help of her fellow cadets, Sim donated kits to over 15 schools and presented to the school board. Her project was a great success in honoring and educating others about the sacrifices of our soldiers. More about Simran: Simran Carl is a junior at Cedar Park High School. She has been an active member of the Girl Scouts since kindergarten and has recently completed her Gold Award. She served on the Advisory Board and is currently a National Delegate. In addition to my home troop, I am a member of the only scuba diving-based Girl Scout in the country. Her Gold Award project focused on creating missing man tables and donating them to Leander Independent School District schools. Through her dedication and hard work, Simran has demonstrated a strong commitment to serving her community and positively impacting those around her. In addition to her community service work, Simran enjoys spending time with her friends and family, pursuing creative hobbies, and exploring new interests. She lives with her sister, parents, and a particularly heavy orange barn cat in Austin, Texas. After high school, Simran hopes to go to college to study business or pre-medicine. Links: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/honoringthemissingman/ In this episode of the podcast, Hearts of Gold, produced by the Grow and Share Network, guests who have earned their Girl Scout Gold Award share their experiences and projects with the audience. The podcast aims to inspire and motivate listeners to pursue their own Gold Award projects and make a positive impact in their communities. Listeners are encouraged to subscribe to the podcast and catch up on previous episodes, which are available on various podcasting platforms and YouTube. One of the guests featured on the podcast is Sim, who completed her Girl Scout Gold Award project called Honoring the Missing Man. Sim's project involved setting up a Missing Man table to recognize POW and MIA soldiers. Through her high school's Air Force Junior ROTC program, Sim worked with veterans and discovered that many of her fellow cadets were not aware of the Missing Man table. She set out to make sure everyone knew about it by putting together a team of ROTC cadets and donating kits to over 15 schools in her district. She also presented to the school board and donated a kit to them. The Missing Man table is a simple round table with multiple items on it that represent different things, and Sim wanted to make sure that people knew that POW and MIA soldiers may be gone, but they are not forgotten. Sim's project impacted many people in her community, and she received a lot of positive feedback from those who helped her along the way. Sim shares her future plans, which include studying either medicine or business. She has been involved in HOSA, a future health professionals club, since her freshman year of high school and has been around doctors her whole life, as her mother and family members are doctors. Sim also shares her love for s'mores and her technique for making them, which involves either burning them to a crisp or spending 30 minutes trying to get them golden brown, but ultimately as long as they have chocolate, graham cracker, and marshmallow, she considers it a s'more. Overall, the Hearts of Gold podcast is a great resource for anyone interested in learning about the amazing projects completed by Girl Scout Gold Award recipients. Share this show with your friends on Twitter. Click to have an editable already written tweet! https://ctt.ac/33zKe Join our Facebook Community https://www.facebook.com/sherylmrobinson/ Instagram https://www.instagram.com/sherylmrobinson/?hl=en Please subscribe to Hearts of Gold on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/sherylmrobinson or on your favorite podcast app. Support future Hearts of Gold episodes at https://www.patreon.com/heartsofgold Editing by https://www.offthewalter.com/ Walter's YouTube channel is https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCt0wFZRVaOpUd_nXc_8-4yQ
Ryan speaks with Lieutenant David Carey in the first of a two-part interview about his incredible experiences serving in Vietnam as a fighter pilot and being shot down and captured by North Vietnamese forces, how 2,022 days in captivity led to him embracing the teachings of Epictetus, why the community that he and his fellow POWs formed in prison saved them from depression, how he has been using his experiences to help others ever since, and more.David Carey is a retired Navy Lieutenant Commander who served in the Vietnam War, as well as an author, motivational speaker, consultant, and trainer. After being deployed aboard the aircraft carrier USS Oriskany in 1966, he was forced to eject over North Vietnam and taken as a Prisoner of War. After serving 2,022 days in the camp, David was released during Operation Homecoming in 1973 and was awarded the Legion of Merit with Valor. Since his retirement from the Navy in 1986, David has dedicated his work to sharing his experiences in the hopes of helping others through his speaking and training engagements and his book The Ways We Choose, Lessons for Life from a POW's Experience. David's work can be found at davecarey.com.✉️ Sign up for the Daily Stoic email: https://dailystoic.com/dailyemail
Trifulca Media Presenta: En La Clara Con La Trifulca Con Omar Vázquez, Alex Torres, Gerardo Rodriguez y Robby Joe Medina Presidente de POW. Para analizar si deben entrar o no todos a las Escuelas De Lucha Libre. Sigan a Trifulca Media en: Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TrifulcaMedia?mibextid=LQQJ4d Instagram https://instagram.com/u latrifulcawrestlingmedia?igshid=dhkuulk3mb5x Twitter https://mobile.twitter.com/TrifulcaMedia YouTube https://youtube.com/channel/UCVZ0 #escuelasdeluchalibre #prowrestlingdojo #prowrestling #wrestlingschool #mentirososenlaluchalibre #bajale2alosembustes #arrodillados #lactadores #enlaclaraconlatrifulca #trifulcawrestlingpodcast #trifulcamedia
After begin captured by the Vietcong, Captain Rocky Versace, Lieutenant Nick Rowe, and Sergeant Dan Pitzer are held in a series of Vietcong jungle prison camps in South Vietnam. The Vietcong also send cadre to try to reeducate their prisoners - to get them denounce the US involvement in Vietnam - but to no avail. After Captain Versace is labeled an unrepentant hard case, he is made an example of to try to get the other Americans to come around to their captors' way of thinking as they pass the six month mark in captivity.The introduction and transition music heard on the podcast is composed and recorded by the eldest Ghosts of Arlington, Jr. While the rest of his catalogue is quite different from what he's performed for me, you can find his music on bandcamp.com under the names Caladrius and Bloodfeather.As always, a very special thanks to Mountain Up Cap Company for its continued help to spread the word about the podcast on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/MountainUpCapCompany Climb to Glory!For more information about the podcast visit: · The GoA website: https://www.ghostsofarlingtonpodcast.com · Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ghostsofarlingtonpodcast· Twitter: https://twitter.com/ArlingtonGhosts· Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ghostsofarlington/
25 lipca 1908 r. we Lwowie w rodzinie prawniczej urodził się Stanisław Kasznica, ostatni komendant Narodowych Sił Zbrojnych. Jego życie zakończył 12 maja 1948 r. kat Mokotowa - ubek Piotr Śmietański, a szczątki odnalazł na "Łączce" Powązek Wojskowych w 2012 r. IPN. Kim był ten, którego udało się zidentyfikować? To postać wciąż mało znana.
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On today's "Hot Wash," RCD contributor John Waters talks to the authors of a new book, “Unwavering: The Wives Who Fought To Ensure No Man Is Left Behind.” It is the story of how the wives of prisoners of war and those missing in action during the Vietnam War compelled the military and the U.S. government to change policy, and focused a nation on the unfinished business of a war it would rather forget. Symbolized by the rapidly ubiquitous black POW/MIA flags around the country, the movement fundamentally changed how America thought about those lost in combat and its obligation to those left behind.Taylor Kiland is a former naval officer, the third generation in her family to serve in the Navy, and the author of two other books about our nation's POWs. Judy Gray is a former correspondent for the Tampa Tribune who has published five books on military topics. A retired Coast Guard chief petty officer, she is also the third generation in her family to serve in the military."Follow Hot Wash on Twitter @hotwashrcdEmail comments and story suggestions to email@example.comSubscribe to the RealClearDefense Podcast "Hot Wash"Subscribe to the Morning Recon newsletterfor a daily roundup of news and opinion on the issues that matter for military, defense, veteran affairs, and national security.
On Valentine's Day in 1945, in the quaint village of Lower Quinton in Warwickshire, England, 74-year-old Charles Walton was making his way to a field to cut down some weeds. By the time the day ended, it wasn't love that was on the mind of anyone in the village, however. It was murder-- and a gruesome one at that. Over the years, details have been exaggerated into mythic proportions, because who might have been capable of this heinous of a crime is a question for which we still don't have an answer.Please consider supporting the pod by joining us over on our Patreon page! Are you up-to-date on all our regular content? Get access to monthly mini-episodes as well as one full solved case per month by joining today! Be a part of the C & C Fam by going to https://www.patreon.com/coffeeandcases to register!McEvoy Ranch: Go to www.mcevoyranch.com and use our promo code COFFEE15 for 15% off your order. We can't wait to hear how much you love the products!!BlendJet Offer: Use my special link (https://zen.ai/coffeeandcasesblendpromo) to save 12% at blendjet.com. The discount will be applied at checkout!Motley Fool Offer: Save $110* off the full list price of Stock Advisor for your first year, go to zen.ai/coffeefool and use promo code coffeeandcases and start your investing journey today!*$110 discount off of $199 per year list price.Membership will renew annually at the then current list price.Cure Hydration: Try Cure today and feel the difference for yourself! Use my special link (https://zen.ai/coffeeandcasespod20) for 20% off your order, coupon activated at checkout!Nom Nom: Try Nom Nom today; go to https://trynom.com/coffeeandcases and get 50% off your first order plus free shipping.
In this episode, Tudor interviews Mayor Amer Ghalib of Hamtramck, Michigan. They discuss the decision to display only American flags and POW flags on public buildings in the city, clarifying that it is not discriminatory but a way to ensure neutrality and equal representation. The conversation also explores the Muslim community in Hamtramck and the perception of Republicans reaching out to conservative Muslims. Mayor Ghalib expresses concerns about shifting dynamics in the Muslim community and emphasizes the importance of protecting faith and family values. He also discusses his experience running for mayor, the challenges he faced, and his passion for serving the community. The Tudor Dixon Podcast is part of the CLay Travis & Buck Sexton Podcast Network - new episodes debut every Monday, Wednesday, & Friday. For more information visit TudorDixonPodcast.comFollow Clay & Buck on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/clayandbuckSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
A veteran of the Second World War and the Korean War, Francis L. Sampson was a real-life hero whose exploits inspired one of the most famous war films of all time, Saving Private Ryan. From rural beginnings in northwestern Iowa, Sampson's life would take him from the University of Notre Dame to the battlefields of Normandy on D-Day, the ambitious failure of Operation Market Garden, the harshness of a winter as a POW of the Germans during the closing stages of the Second World War, to the fall of North Korean capital Pyongyang in the early stages of the Korean War. Part of the very rare breed of Parachute Chaplains, in his case with the 101 st Airborne Division, Sampson spent much of his career as an army chaplain in the center of maelstroms of the 20th century. Throughout it all, Sampson offered a valuable Christian witness in the darkest of times and the most difficult of circumstances. This second edition of his memoirs, Look Out Below!: A Story of the Airborne by a Paratrooper Padre (Catholic U of America Press, 2023) contains material on his service during the Korean War and occupation duty in Germany and Japan as well as the Second World War, with a new historical introduction by University of Scranton Professor Sean Brennan. Allison Isidore is a Religious Studies Ph.D. student at the University of Iowa and is the Assistant Director for the American Catholic Historical Association. Her research interest is focused on the twentieth-century American Civil Rights Movement and the Catholic Church's response to racism and the participation of Catholic clergy, nuns, and laypeople in marches, sit-ins, and kneel-ins during the 1950s and 1960s. She tweets from @AllisonIsidore1. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
A veteran of the Second World War and the Korean War, Francis L. Sampson was a real-life hero whose exploits inspired one of the most famous war films of all time, Saving Private Ryan. From rural beginnings in northwestern Iowa, Sampson's life would take him from the University of Notre Dame to the battlefields of Normandy on D-Day, the ambitious failure of Operation Market Garden, the harshness of a winter as a POW of the Germans during the closing stages of the Second World War, to the fall of North Korean capital Pyongyang in the early stages of the Korean War. Part of the very rare breed of Parachute Chaplains, in his case with the 101 st Airborne Division, Sampson spent much of his career as an army chaplain in the center of maelstroms of the 20th century. Throughout it all, Sampson offered a valuable Christian witness in the darkest of times and the most difficult of circumstances. This second edition of his memoirs, Look Out Below!: A Story of the Airborne by a Paratrooper Padre (Catholic U of America Press, 2023) contains material on his service during the Korean War and occupation duty in Germany and Japan as well as the Second World War, with a new historical introduction by University of Scranton Professor Sean Brennan. Allison Isidore is a Religious Studies Ph.D. student at the University of Iowa and is the Assistant Director for the American Catholic Historical Association. Her research interest is focused on the twentieth-century American Civil Rights Movement and the Catholic Church's response to racism and the participation of Catholic clergy, nuns, and laypeople in marches, sit-ins, and kneel-ins during the 1950s and 1960s. She tweets from @AllisonIsidore1. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/military-history