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You're only as good as what you did today. Acquiring and maintaining a competitive mindset will make you better at everything you do. In this episode, we bring back an older episode that includes several US Army special forces NCOs and a USAF pararescueman to discuss the topic of competitive excellence. _______________ Please leave us a review on Apple/Spotify Podcasts: Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/mentors-for-military-podcast/id1072421783 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3w4RiZBxBS8EDy6cuOlbUl #GreenBeret #specialoperations #competitivemindset #mentors4mil #mentorsformilitary Mentors4mil Links: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/Mentors4mil Patreon Support: https://www.patreon.com/join/Mentors4mil Intro music "Long Way Down" by Silence & Light is used with permission. Show Disclaimer: https://mentorsformilitary.com/disclaimer/
Can we change the military justice system? My next thinks so and has done it. Coalitions are powerful, and we are never alone. Join us as I talk to one of the best in the legal profession about how we restore justice to our military community. Col Don Christensen, USAF (ret.) served as President of Protect Our Defenders (POD) for 8 and half years. In his role as President, Col Christensen appeared regularly in broadcast and print media to advocate for the rights of crime victims, including appearances on CNN, CBS, NBC, ABC, MSNBC, Fox News, and the BBC, in addition to the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Los Angeles Times, USA Today, Time, and Newsweek. During his time with POD, he testified numerous times before Congress on the need to reform the military justice system. His advocacy was critical to the passage of the most significant military justice reform in at least 70 years in 2021. He also served as pro bono attorney for victims of military sexual assault in EEO complaints, and lawsuits under the Federal Torts Claims Act and as a special victims counsel. He served as chief prosecutor for the United States Air Force between 2010 and 2014. He served as a trial counsel, defense counsel, or military judge for every year of his 23-year career in the United States Air Force.Christensen has served as an Assistant Staff Judge Advocate, Area Defense Counsel, Circuit Defense Counsel, Deputy Chief Circuit Defense Counsel, and Deputy Staff Judge Advocate, as a deployed Staff Judge Advocate, Chief Circuit Trial Counsel, and Staff Judge Advocate, and as a Military Judge. He has tried over 150 courts-martial as a trial and defense counsel and has presided over 100 trials as a military judge.He was born in Sturgis, South Dakota, and received his law degree from Marquette University Law School. A third-generation Air Force officer, he received his commission as a second lieutenant through ROTC and entered active service on 15 July 1991. Christensen is licensed to practice law before the Supreme Court of Wisconsin.Find Don here - https://www.fedemploylaw.com/our-team/colonel-don-christensen-usaf-ret-/Visit my website: https://thehello.llc/THERESACARPENTERRead my writings on my blog: https://www.theresatapestries.com/Listen to other episodes on my podcast: https://storiesofservice.buzzsprout.com
Colonel Keith Reeves flew the B-2 Stealth Bomber in combat during Operation Iraqi Freedom, instructed in the Formal Training Unit, and served as the deputy commander of the 509th Operations Group. In addition to being an accomplished military and commercial pilot, he is an avid General Aviation pilot and former CFI, flying his VANS RV-8. He has over 3000 military hours, 2800 Commercial Aviation hours and 930 General Aviation hours. “SocialFlight Live!” is a live broadcast dedicated to supporting General Aviation pilots and enthusiasts during these challenging times. Register at SocialFlightLive.com to join the live broadcast every Tuesday evening at 8pm ET (be sure to join early because attendance is limited for the live broadcasts).
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Just när den amerikanska valkampanjen med Biden och Trump började kännas som en repris från 2020, dök han upp: Robert F Kennedy Jr. På en kvart får du veta vilken roll han kan spela i presidentvalet och vad Kennedyklanen tycker om det. Med Göran Eriksson, SvD:s medarbetare i Washington. Programledare: Erica Treijs Producent: Elin Roumeliotou Redaktör Stina Fischer Med klipp från: TV4, ABC News, C-span, PBS Newshour, Newsnation, The Joe Rogan Experience, Robert F Kennedys Facebooksida. Artikel: Kennedy Jr berövade SD riksdagsmandat
Max Good - JFK Assassination witness Ruth PaineJuly 5Without question, one of the most famous events of the 20th century was the JFK assassination. As time has passed, the tendrils of conspiracy have lead to a point where 80% of the American public believe there was a conspiracy to kill the President.However, the blurring of the lines between who fired the shots, who they worked for and why have intersected, often wildly. The reasoning for the hit has been everything from his dealing with the Russians over the Cuban Missile Crisis to his alleged determination to announce the USAF had found conclusive proof of aliens.The facts around Lee Oswald are similarly murky; his motivations, movements and murder are all mired in contradictory theory and conjecture.When Max Good read James Douglas's Unspeakable - the seminal work on the events of 22nd November 1962, the consequences and, perhaps most intriguingly, the events which built up to it. He became interested in the Warren Commission and, in particular, in certain key witnesses testimony.DocumentaryPatreonWebsiteThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/1198501/advertisement
In this interview with Astronaut Pilot Eileen Collins, she talks about her path, from her childhood in Elmira, New York, through community college and ROTC, to Air Force Flight Training, Instructing, a combat mission in Grenada, Stanford, and Test Pilot School, to becoming the first female, and mother, NASA Space Shuttle pilot and mission commander. Thanks so much for listening! Stay up to date on book releases, author events, and Aviatrix Book Club discussion dates with the Literary Aviatrix Newsletter. Visit the Literary Aviatrix website to find over 600 books featuring women in aviation in all genres for all ages. Become a Literary Aviatrix Patron and help amplify the voices of women in aviation. Follow me on social media, join the book club, and find all of the things on the Literary Aviatrix linkt.ree. Blue skies, happy reading, and happy listening!-Liz Booker
Today I sit down with Brittney Howard of Dawg Boss. Her company trains pet dogs, and helps future dog owners select the right breed and dog for their needs and abilities. Brittney served in the USAF, and currently runs her business in Virginia. She has over 7 years of experience within the industry, and her main goal is to teach dogs to be an asset and not an annoyance! She can be found on FaceBook at DawgbossRVA, and on Tik Tok at Dogtrainerb. Dont miss this one! Smash that like and share button and leave us a review please!
Brian Steorts spent his military career as an Army paratrooper and an Air Force pilot. After 8 combat deployments and a service-related injury, he found himself searching for a way to heal, and a way to cope with the longing for the American flag on his shoulder once again. He started creating handcrafted American flags in his garage and founded Flags of Valor to spread the same patriotism he felt across the nation. CONNECT with The Resilient Life Podcast:Instagram SUBSCRIBE Get the latest video podcast on YouTubeGet the latest audio podcastCONNECT Ryan Manion on Social Media:Facebook - Twitter - Instagram - LinkedIn LEARN about Travis Manion FoundationMEET Brian SteortsFlags of Valor InstagramFlags of Valor Website
Show SummaryOn this episode, we feature a conversation with The Honorable Cheryl L. Mason, who served for nearly five years as the fourth Senate-confirmed Presidential appointee and first woman and military spouse Chairman of the Board of Veterans' Appeals (Board) at the US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). About Today's GuestsThe Honorable Cheryl L. Mason served for nearly five years as the fourth Senate-confirmed Presidential appointee and first woman and military spouse Chairman of the Board of Veterans' Appeals (Board) at the US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). As Chairman, Ms. Mason led a team of approximately 1,200 personnel including Veterans Law Judges, attorneys, and operations and administrative professionals, and executed a budget of $228 million to meet the Board's mission of conducting hearings and deciding appeals on benefits and services for Veterans and their families. During her tenure, the Board implemented several technological innovations to include the interactive decision template (IDT), CASEFLOW – a modernized end to end process of tracking claims and appeals through the Department, and Virtual Tele-hearings, which revolutionized the hearing process and improved both customer experience and employee experience by enabling Veterans to have hearings on their cell phones at locations of their choice. She expanded the corps of Veterans Law Judges, recommending and onboarding over 70 new Veterans Law Judges and expanding the Board's budget by more than $100 million. She also championed and implemented the Appeals Modernization Act (AMA) appeals process putting veterans at the center of the appeals process giving them choice, control, and clarity in the appeals process.Chairman Mason delivered results increasing and improving access and outcomes for veterans and their families by nearly doubling the number of hearings held and decisions issued in less than 5 years and driving the resolution of legacy appeals from over 472,000 to less than 96,000 during her tenure. Ms. Mason was recognized by Disabled American Veterans as the 2021 Outstanding Federal Executive and was a recipient of the FedHealthIT 2020 Leading for Impact: Women in Leadership Award. She was recently awarded the Hiring Our Heroes Bonnie Amos Lifetime Achievement Impact Award by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.Ms. Mason formerly served as the Executive Director for Veterans and Military Spouse Talent Engagement Program office for the Department of Veterans Affairs. In this position, Ms. Mason provided executive-level direction and expertise launching a marketing, outreach and training program VA-wide to over 400,000 people focused on building partnerships, training hiring managers and HR specialists, and promoting recruitment, employment, and retention of Veterans and military spouses in VA to support military readiness, financial stability, food security, suicide prevention, and the transition of service members and their families to veteran status. During her tenure, she doubled the number of recruitment events for VA, launched a tracking program to measure success, and implemented technology and streamlined processes to deliver clear and concise training materials throughout the VA and externally.Throughout her career, Ms. Mason held several positions at VA and other Federal agencies, including at HQ USAFE at Ramstein AFB, GE. Ms. Mason is the spouse of an Air Force veteran, Lieutenant Colonel, USAF (retired), and is the daughter of a World War II Navy Veteran. She advocates for supporting and changing the culture and increasing awareness surrounding mental health and suicide awareness/prevention. Originally from Portsmouth, Ohio, Ms. Mason received her B.A. with Distinction in Political Science and Psychology from Ohio Northern University and her J.D. from Creighton University School of Law.Links Mentioned In This EpisodeCheri's WebsiteCheri's LinkedIn ProfilePre-order Dare to RelatePsychArmor Resource of the WeekThis week's PsychArmor resource of the week is the PsychArmor the course, Understanding the VA for You and Your Family. In this course, you will receive a comprehensive overview of the VA's many available services, tools, and resources. You can see find the course here: https://learn.psycharmor.org/courses/Understanding-the-VA-for-You-and-Your-Family This Episode Sponsored By: This episode is sponsored by PsychArmor. PsychArmor is the premier education and learning ecosystems specializing in military culture content PsychArmor offers an. Online e-learning laboratory that is free to individual learners as well as custom training options for organizations. Contact Us and Join Us on Social Media Email PsychArmorPsychArmor on TwitterPsychArmor on FacebookPsychArmor on YouTubePsychArmor on LinkedInPsychArmor on InstagramTheme MusicOur theme music Don't Kill the Messenger was written and performed by Navy Veteran Jerry Maniscalco, in cooperation with Operation Encore, a non profit committed to supporting singer/songwriter and musicians across the military and Veteran communities.Producer and Host Duane France is a retired Army Noncommissioned Officer, combat veteran, and clinical mental health counselor for service members, veterans, and their families. You can find more about the work that he is doing at www.veteranmentalhealth.com
Today's podcast was taped 4 weeks ago, and we saved it to launch this week in honor of Veterans dat. On this week show we speak to Merryl Tengesdal a retired career military officer who is the first and only Black woman to fly the United Sates Airforce's U-2 spy plane used for specialized high-altitude reconnaissance missions. She is one of five women and only the fourth Black person to be in the U-2 program. She shares the plane's nickname, The Dragon Lady. Tengesdal is a military veteran, aviator, and commander who served in both the US Navy and the US Air Force. Tengesdal had also served in the Iraq War and the War in Afghanistan, and served as Director of Inspections for The Air Force Inspector General from October 2015 through August 2017, retiring at the rank of United States Air Force Colonel. Col. Tengesdal is a true hero and a formidable and accomplished woman. I really enjoyed our conversation and I think you will also.
Russell "Rusty" Schweikart grew up with a great interest in aviation and watching the planes fly around Lakehurst Naval Air Station in New Jersey. So it was no surprise when he joined the U.S. Air Force and was trained as a fighter pilot. He later joined the Massachusetts Air National Guard. But in 1963, he was selected as a NASA astronaut and was soon on track to be part of the Apollo program to fulfill President John F. Kennedy's vision of landing a man on the moon and returning him safely to the earth.In this edition of "Veterans Chronicles, Capt. Schweikart takes us through his days in the Air Force and Air National Guard. He also details the moment in a cafeteria that he decided to pursue becoming an astronaut and the training he went through to prepare for space. Schweikart also walks us through the dark days following the deadly Apollo 1 fire that killed Gus Grissom, Ed White, and Roger Chaffee in 1967 and the changes that were made as a result.Finally, Schweikart takes us step by step through his Apollo 9 mission, the testing of the lunar module and Apollo space suits, and the mesmerizing moments of looking back towards Earth during the first-ever Apollo spacewalk.
In this episode, host Ken Miller sits down with Dylan Duplechain, the Chief Engineer of the US Air Force's 350th Spectrum Warfare Wing. Ken and Dylan dive deeper into the mission and work of the Wing from a technology perspective. They discuss target waveform development and assessments, modernization of rapid reprogramming, cognitive electromagnetic warfare, and investment in the growth of the civilian workforce. To learn more about today's topics or to stay updated on EMSO and EW developments, visit our homepage.
In this compelling episode, we welcome Dr. Holt, a board-certified Pulmonary and Critical Care physician, associate professor at the University of Miami, and a key member of the Miami VA Healthcare System. Dr. Holt leads a highly successful lung cancer screening program, showcasing his commitment to veteran care through early detection and advanced treatment methods.Key Highlights: Lung Precision Oncology Program (LPOP) Overview: Dr. Holt dives into the core mission of LPOP – identifying and examining lung tumors in their earliest stages, crucial for effective treatment. With lung cancer being a significant threat to veterans, LPOP's targeted approach is a game-changer in cancer care. Innovative Diagnostic Techniques: Discover how navigational bronchoscopy and CT scans are transforming lung cancer detection, offering non-invasive, precise tumor mapping. These technologies enable personalized treatments tailored to the patient's specific needs and the molecular profile of the tumor. Advancing Lung Cancer Treatment: Learn about the latest advancements in lung cancer therapy, focusing on targeted treatments with fewer side effects. Dr. Holt emphasizes the importance of early screening and the role of LPOP in driving scientific research and medical breakthroughs. Nationwide Impact of LPOP: Explore how LPOP, with its network of hubs across the country, is making advanced lung cancer screening and treatment accessible to veterans nationwide, contributing significantly to cancer research. Veteran Involvement and Advocacy: Understand how veterans are at the heart of LPOP, not only benefiting from cutting-edge treatments but also participating in the progress of scientific research. Resources and Events: Visit Lung Cancer Kilts Research Cures for more information on lung cancer advocacy and research. The Great American Smokeout: A reminder of the importance of smoking cessation in preventing lung cancer and supporting overall health. Tune in to this episode for an in-depth look at how Dr. Holt and the LPOP initiative are reshaping lung cancer care for veterans, offering hope and cutting-edge treatment options.
The Space News Podcast. SpaceTime Series 26 Episode 136 *Record-Breaking Black Hole Astronomers have discovered the most distant black hole ever seen The observation reported in the journal Nature Astronomy suggest the black hole was already in existence just 470 million years after the Big Bang. *NASA's Curiosity Rover Clocks 4000 Days on Mars NASA's Mars Curiosity rover has just celebrated its four thousandth day on the Red Planet. The car sized six wheeled mobile laboratory landed in Gale crater 11 years ago on August the 5, 2012, on a mission to determine if ancient Mars could have been habitable. *A new view of all objects in the universe A team of scientists ordering the chronological history of cosmology have developed the most comprehensive chart ever created of all the objects in the universe. *The Science Report The Northern Greenland ice shelves have now lost more than 30% of their total volume since 1978. A new study shows starfish are pretty much all head. The USAF forced to blow up a minuteman ICBM in mid air following a failure Skeptics guide to the Alaska triangle This week's guests includes: Honorary Associate Professor Charley Lineweaver from the Australian National University Euclid VIS Instrument scientist Reiko Nakajima Euclid Project scientist Rene Laureijs from ESA Euclid NISP Instrument scientist William Gillard Euclid calibration support scientist Kerry Patterson Euclid deputy project scientist Roland Vavrek Sara Nieto from ESA's Euclid Scientific Archive Euclid science ground segment scientist Herve Aussel And our regular guests: Alex Zaharov-Reutt from techadvice.life Tim Mendham from Australian Skeptics Listen to SpaceTime on your favorite podcast app with our universal listen link: https://spacetimewithstuartgary.com/listen and access show links via https://linktr.ee/biteszHQ Additionally, listeners can support the podcast and gain access to bonus content by becoming a SpaceTime crew member through www.bitesz.supercast.com or through premium versions on Spotify and Apple Podcasts. Details on our website at https://spacetimewithstuartgary.com For more SpaceTime and show links: https://linktr.ee/biteszHQ For more podcasts visit our HQ at https://bitesz.com This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/2458531/advertisement
All music used with permission by USAF Flight One Combo. The United States Air Force Band of Flight's "Flight One Combo" is a versatile small group performing the uniquely American art form of Jazz. The members featured in this group are all active-duty musicians serving in the United States Air Force and all but one are stationed at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton. This performance will be the last for this quintet as they're being reassigned to other groups performing in other parts of the world. We're honored they could join us and we hope you enjoy their performance here. Featuring Master Sergeant Gregory Pflugh on saxophone, Technical Sergeant James Hubbard on Trombone, Technical Sergeant Shawn Hanlon on Piano, Technical Sergeant Joseph Whitt on bass, Airman First Class Hayden Johnson on Drums and Technical Sergeant Kayla Richardson guesting on Vocals, it is the United States Air Force Band of Flight's "Flight One Combo" - Live at the Bop Stop. Live At The Bop Stop is made possible by The Music Settlement – serving Northeast Ohio by offering music instruction – music therapy and early childhood education since 1912. The Music Settlement's mission is to welcome all to our music and arts community to learn – create – inspire – and heal. This program is recorded at the Robert Conrad Studios at The Bop Stop in Cleveland, Ohio and the studios of Gilazar Media in Fairlawn, Ohio. Additional production at The Bop Stop is provided by Graham Rosen. Editing for WOBC WNPA and the Public Radio Exchange is provided by Doctor Pete Naegele - and for our podcast and other radio affiliates by Shawn Gilbert at Gilazar Media. The executive producer is Daniel Peck – with additional consulting production from Bryan Kennard. For extended version of all of our shows –our Live at The Bop Stop podcast can be found on your favorite podcast app or visit our website at www.themusicsettlement.org and click the Bop Stop link. Want to Support The Bop Stop? Donate here! Contact us here
A former USAF security officer has come forward to confirm the UFO report a retired Navy jet fighter pilot presented at the recent Congressional hearings. Like Graves this new witness has confirmed reports of a giant, square UFO appearing over Vandenberg Airforce base in 2003 not once but twice. Listen in to learn more.
Join us this week for a chat Clint Harper! We cover:The Voice of the Show is back, U2 & the SwiftiesRugby world cup, South Africa win!, refereeing, and the use technology in sportsClint Harper!, his story, struggles of being a young adult, wake up calls, and personal growthHis military service in the USAF, being a firefighter, aircraft maintenance, and working on the C130-H How his service helped develop leadership skills, life as an outsider, cultural identity, and navigating the challenges he facedThe struggles and loss of identity after service and training to be a leaderLove for hockey, identifying as a veteran and related stigma, PTSD and finding help, and making it back to school Why he left aviation, the importance of urban planning, and having a social impactComing back to aviation, changing the industry from within and opportunities for veterans The lack of recognition for military experience in aviation and the potential for veterans to help advance aviation and mobility, the importance of community The electrification of aviation and airports and bringing destinations closerThe development of AAM in rural/regional areas, and safety concerns Where do we put vertiports and how do we update our systems New leadership at the FAA and resource challenges, mental health concerns, land availability and gentrification Transportation planning and equity, and intergenerational planningFatherhood, being a girl dad, and gender equalityRaising strong girls in male-dominated fields, diversity and inclusionNative American history and the value of native cultures to solve today's problemsIgnorance and cultural misunderstandings. Pet peeves and humor in everyday life.Until next time, keep it on the centerline!
With Veterans Day just around the corner, we are absolutely thrilled to have Kathy Lowrey Gallowitz, LtCol, USAF, Retired, join us on the HR Like a Boss podcast! Kathy shares invaluable insights on the importance of hiring veterans and highlights their exceptional qualities as employees. She also delves into the crucial steps of implementing a successful veteran talent attraction and retention strategy. Don't miss out on this very special episode! About Kathy Retired LtCol Kathy Lowrey Gallowitz grew up as a Navy ‘brat,' served nearly 30 years as an Air Force Officer and is married to an Army combat Veteran. She is the Founder & CEO of Vanguard Veteran, LLC, author of “Beyond ‘Thank You For Your Service,' The Veteran Champion Handbook” for Civilians and has Masters degrees in Nursing and Political Science. As an award-winning businesswoman with first-hand experience hiring Veterans, Kathy coaches employers to build a Veteran Talent Attraction and Retention Strategy to boost company productivity and reduce turnover. Her “Veteran Talent Academy” equips employers to find, hire and leverage Veterans' skillsets. Kathy also equips volunteer faith community leaders to build Military Ministries to cultivate mutual support, a sense of belonging and spiritual resiliency for military-connected people. About HR Like a Boss HR Like a Boss centers around the concept that with the right passion to be and think different, HR and business professionals can do amazingly awesome HR. People who do HR like a boss understand business concepts, what makes people tick, and how to approach HR as more than a compliance or cost center. This podcast builds the foundation for John Bernatovicz's book, "HR Like a Boss." If you're ready to take your HR career to the next level, this is the podcast for you. Share any comments with email@example.com. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/willory/message
Captain Mendy Avtzon is my brother and currently serves as a JAG lawyer in the United States Air Force. In this episode, we discuss his rocky journey from shlichus in Hong Kong to yeshiva continents (and universes) away. We discuss some things he wished he had found in yeshiva and also those things he hopes he will never lose. *Any views expressed are personal and do not represent the views of the DoD or USAF.
Imagine soaring through the skies at breathtaking speeds, pushing boundaries, and defying limits. My guest today has not only lived this reality but has also inspired millions with her fearless pursuits. On episode #202 of The Author Factor Podcast I am having a conversation with author, Michelle "Mace" Curran who spent 13 remarkable years in the United States Air Force as an F-16 Fighter Pilot. From 2019-2021, she was the only female pilot for the Air Force Thunderbirds and performed for millions across the country and internationally. Since retiring from the military, Michelle started her company Upside Down Dreams where she provides keynotes and workshops to empower men and women of all ages to overcome obstacles and the fear of failure.Michelle just recently published her first book, Upside Down Dreams , which is an illustrated storybook written for girls with big dreams looking for a real-world heroine.Learn more about Michelle by visiting: https://macecurran.com.For more details about our short, helpful book publishing program, visit BiteSizedBooks.com.
Howard Hill attended the U.S. Air Force Academy and went on to flight training, where he became a radio intercept officer (RIO). Deployed to Vietnam as a backseater on an F-4, Hill flew many missions, including one that earned him his first Silver Star before being shot down two months later.In this edition of "Veterans Chronicles," Col. Hill details that successful mission in October 1967. He then takes moment by moment on the December mission in which his plane was shot down and he was taken prisoner by the North Vietnamese. He describes the torture he endured for refusing to give up information to the enemy and what life was like in the Hoa Lo prison - better known mockingly as the Hanoi Hilton - for more than five years.Col. Hill also describes how he kept his mind sharp in captivity by writing poetry expressing his love for America. Finally, he tells us about his release and how Americans should appreciate their freedoms.
New vaccines, artificial intelligence, antimicrobial resistance, and more—JAMA Deputy Editor Preeti Malani, MD, MSJ, speaks with IDWeek 2023 cochair Col Heather Yun, USAF, MC. The infectious disease physicians discuss clinical highlights from the conference. Related Content: Highlights From IDWeek 2023—New Vaccines, Artificial Intelligence, and Antimicrobial Resistance
This episode is in commemoration of Veterans Day. GTRI has a longstanding and deep partnership with the military community. More than 90% of GTRI's research awards come from the Department of Defense, the U.S. Air Force, the U.S. Army, the U.S. Marine Corps, and the U.S. Navy. Therefore, it is fitting that military-focused events and holidays are prominent on GTRI's calendar. With Veterans Day around the corner, we wanted to talk through some leadership and mentoring questions from a female perspective. This podcast episode has been developed to help understand the "ins and outs" of professional development within the United States military, Georgia Tech, and GTRI. The guest in this episode is Dr. Anne Clark – Chief Scientist with the Air National Guard Programs Division (ANGPD) at GTRI and a retired USAF colonel. She helps provide content to our world that we can use for better leadership guidance and professional opportunities. We have developed some commonly asked questions derived from LinkedIn comments. In this recording, we will be attributing the questions to comments inspired by contributors from the LinkedIn platform to the individuals wanting to hear Dr. Clark's perspective on this topic. Below are the time stamps and contributors that best represent the question being asked. Time Stamp 5:16 - Question #1: Inspired by Michael AD Time Stamp 10:53 - Question #2: Inspired by Deb Van Caster Time Stamp 15:04 - Question #3: Inspired by Georgia Riggs Time Stamp 19:41 - Question #4: Inspired by Lee Riddle Time Stamp 22:26 - Question #5: Inspired by Brianna Herron Time Stamp 26:13 - Question #6: Inspired by Afsaneh A. Time Stamp 29:43 - Question #7: Inspired by Billy Starkey Time Stamp 33:14 - Question #8: Inspired by Dr. Mark T. Maybury Time Stamp 38:43 - Question #9: Inspired by Chelsea Selby We want to thank everyone for contributing to this project and helping get the right questions, to the right person, at the right time.
I have been involved in politics over the last forty years. I have been the Director of Advertising & Public Relations for the Libertarian Party of Dane County (Wisconsin) and ran on the LP ticket for the Wisconsin State Assembly (got 20% of the vote). After being honorably discharged from the US Air Force, I got myself a little BA in psychology (emphasis: social psychology) with a minor in business administration (emphasis: marketing). I've been air cargo specialist (USAF), security guard, restaurant night porter, trucker, marketing consultant, business consultant, failing business turnaround specialist, and barter specialist.
Michelle LaBrosse is a bonafide Rocket Scientist. In this interview we walk through Michelle's amazing story: She started as a engineer in the USAF then started a business at 25 where retired General officers were working for her! She is a graduate of the Harvard Business School's Owner President Managers (OPM) program and also holds an Aerospace Engineering Degree from Syracuse University and a Mechanical Engineering Degree from the University of Dayton. Michelle is the founder and CEO of Cheetah Learning, and is also the author of Cheetah Negotiations, Cheetah Project Management, and Cheetah Know How. Michelle grew Cheetah Learning to the global leader in Project Management education to serve over 100,000 students worldwide. You can learn more about Cheetah Learning at: https://www.cheetahlearning.com/wp/ You can learn more about selling to the US government and start using our system at: https://www.dodcontract.com
Technical Sergeant Joseph Whitt is the bassist for the United States Air Force Band of the Pacific in Tokyo, Japan. Prior to joining the Band of the Pacific, he was stationed at the United States Air Force Band of Flight, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, and at the United States Air Forces in Europe Band at Ramstein Air Base in Germany. We dig into a variety of topics, including: the USAF Band mission the USAF audition process and preparation military lifestyle, service, and overseas experience benefits, education, training professional development double/electric bass cross-over Enjoy, and you can learn more about a career in The United States Air Force Band here. Subscribe to the podcast to get these interviews delivered to you automatically! Connect with us: all things double bass double bass merch double bass sheet music Thank you to our sponsors! Carnegie Mellon University Double Bass Studio – The School of Music at CMU highly values each and every individual who wants to be a part of an innovative fine arts community immersed in a top research university. Every week each student receives private lessons and participates in a solo class with Micah Howard. Peter Guild, another member of the PSO, teaches Orchestral Literature and Repertoire weekly. They encourage students to reach out to the great bassists in their area for lessons and direction. Many of the bassists from all of the city's ensembles are more than willing to lend a hand. Every year members of the Symphony, the Opera and the Ballet give classes and offer our students individual attention. Click here to visit Micah's website and to sign up for a free online trial lesson. theme music by Eric Hochberg
Jim Buckley is a Joint Tactical Air Controller (JTAC) with the Mississippi Air National Guard. He incurred multiple injuries in the line of duty and has been denied military status, care, and benefits. He is currently going through the USAF appeal process to attain his proper retirement. Jim has been an advocate for other injured service members and has been helpful in highlighting the systemic problems within the military care and benefits system. To learn more about protecting yourself, visit usjag.org.***Support the showFollow the Greg Krino Show here...GregKrino.comYouTubeInstagramFacebookTwitterLinkedInIf you enjoyed the podcast, please leave a 5-star rating and friendly comment on your podcast app. It takes only a minute, and it really helps convince popular guests to join me.If you have comments or ideas for the show, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.Support the show
On this week's Defense & Aerospace Report Business Roundtable, sponsored by Bell, Dr. “Rocket” Ron Epstein of Bank of America Securities, Sash Tusa of the independent equity research firm Agency Partners, and Richard Aboulafia of the AeroDynamic Advisory consultancy, join Defense & Aerospace Report Editor Vago Muradian to discuss the week on world markets as the US economy continues to roar; increasing concern that NATO is approaching the bottom of its weapons barrel as Russia's war on Ukraine continues and Israel's needs further strain limited supplies; Lockheed Martin's decision to not pursue next batch of USAF tankers prompting Airbus to press ahead on its own; analysis of third quarter earnings as Boeing, CACI, CAE, Crane, GD, GE, Hexcel, Kongsberg, L3Harris, MTU, Northrop Grumman, RTX, Saab, Safran, Teledyne, and Textron report; Beta Technologies flies it's ALIA all-electric aircraft 2,000 miles from Burlington, Vermont, to Elgin Air Force Base in Florida.
To see the VIDEO of this show, click or copy link - https://youtu.be/p2nbAcbsRy0 - With witness audio recordings, a shocking case of multiple UFO incursions into the controlled air space of a joint USAF and RAF Military Installation, and close encounters with Air Force officials and UFOs over a period of several days.A Weekly Livestream Show with a focus on recounting cases and stories of the Strange and Unexplained, Mysterious Events, Weird Places, and the Unexpected. If you like stories about cases of the Strange and Unexplained, this show is for you. Each week will be 30 to 45 minutes focusing on a single case. From UFO encounters, to paranormal events, alien abductions, hauntings, mysterious places and entities, and a host of other topics will be covered. If you enjoy the show, please leave a review..!!TALES OF THE STRANGE AND UNEXPLAINED PLAYLISThttps://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLneWjPNXc1RzwyIVe6x54g_n64QcvuVfd GET ACCESS to the Live Cameras on Skinwalker Ranch with a FREE TRIAL for the Insider Membership Website - https://tinyurl.com/skinwalkerinsiderVisit my website with Blogs, Videos, and Podcast direct links - https://strangeparadigms.com/
Download “How To Find Ultra High Net Worth Clients" from https://financialadvisorsworkshop.com/ Nate Oltmans (https://www.cwmteam.com/), is the CEO, Partner, and Certified Financial Planner at Cornerstone Wealth Management. He joins and shares his unique journey from an Air Force B-52 bomber pilot to a Certified Financial Planner. Nate shares how the Entrepreneurial Operating System (EOS) has transformed their firm, creating a structured approach, clarifying core values, and ensuring accountability among their 12-member team. In this episode, Nate and Brian discuss: AI's Impact On The Financial Industry Finding Your Authentic Self in Financial Advisory LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nate-oltmans-2211467/ Website: https://www.cwmteam.com/ To see short videos of all our best FA Business Growing tips follow us on: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/FinancialAdvisorsWorkshop TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@faworkshop YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@financialadvisorsworkshop Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FinancialAdvisorsWorkshop Twitter: https://twitter.com/FAsWorkshop iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/financial-advisors-workshop-with-brian-kasal/id1614768408 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4OB78889GRx2FHjvWtsyeE Website: https://www.financialadvisorsworkshop.com/ Work with FourStar: https://financialadvisorsworkshop.com/Advisors DISCLAIMER: This content is provided by FourStar Wealth Advisors for the general public and general information purposes only. This content is not considered to be an offer to buy or sell any securities or investments. Investing involves the risk of loss and an investor should be prepared to bear potential losses. Investment should only be made after a thorough review with your investment advisor considering all factors including personal goals, needs, and risk tolerance. FourStar is an SEC-registered investment advisor that maintains a principal business in the state of Illinois. The firm may only transact business in states in which it has filed or qualifies for a corresponding exemption from such requirements. For information about FourStar's registration status and business operations please consult the firm's form ADV disclosure documents, the most recent versions of which are available on the SEC investment advisory public disclosure website at www.adviserinfo.sec.gov
Got an idea for a guest or topic? If you would like to share your own story, complete the form on OCF's “Be a Guest” webpage. Alternatively, if you have an idea for a guest or topic I should consider for a future episode of the show, send an email to email@example.com. Show Notes: Today's guest is Col Jassen Bluto, USAF, (Ret.), a 32-year veteran who commanded four squadrons, served in combat in Iraq, and oversaw physical security and anti-terrorism policy and training at Air National Guard headquarters. He also gained extensive leadership experience in academia and then in law enforcement, where he served on three separate police agencies before retiring as a detective from an agency in Los Angeles County. Pulling from decades of experience in enlisted and commissioned roles, Jassen shares three leadership principles–trust, respect, and caring–principles that inspired his short book titled Three Leadership Principles for the Christian in the Military. While the military certainly provides ample leadership training and experience, Jassen shares about the importance of leading from a Christ-centered life, Bible verses that shape his leadership style, and more. >Check out these resources mentioned in Jassen's interview: Three Leadership Principles for the Christian in the Military, Jassen's short book that features Biblical examples and methodology Leadership Essentials Podcast, Jassen's podcast that focuses on practical insights for leaders >Study questions for this episode As you listen to this conversation with Jassen, here are a few questions to ponder in your personal time, with a small group, or with a mentor: How would you characterize a good leader and a bad leader? What effect does right relationship with God have on our relationships with others on earth, especially in leadership contexts? What Bible verses come to mind to shape your leadership practices? How does humility produce good leadership? Why is it important to have deeper relationships with those operating under your leadership? Who in your life is providing you with feedback in order to develop your leadership skills?
Harrison Schmitt's father was a geologist but it wasn't until college thatSchmitt decided to follow in his dad's footsteps. By the mid-1960's, Schmitt had a Ph.D and was working at the U.S. Geological Survey's Astrogeology Center. Before long, NASA was looking for geologists to advise on the upcoming lunar missions. Schmitt then advised the Apollo 11 crew on what to look for and to bring home. And he also consulted with every subsequent mission. But before too long, NASA decided to send Scmitt himself to the moon and the rest is history - the only man to visit the moon who was not a military aviator.In this edition of "Veterans Chronicles," Schmitt describes training in the T-38 and helicopters with the U.S. Air Force at Chandler AFB and why that training was so critical to his mission. He also tells us what it was like to blast off, walk on the moon, and take one of the most famous photos in history. He also tells us what he considers to be the most important geological discoveries from the Apollo missions.
The seventh in the series! There are so many great cases hidden away in the dusty old file of Project Bluebook. Let's have a look at some! You can find all of our wonderful links on the linktree: https://linktr.ee/allts Project Blue Book was a United States Air Force (USAF) program that aimed to investigate and analyze reports of unidentified flying objects (UFOs) and determine if they posed any potential threat to national security. The project was active from 1952 to 1969 and is one of the most well-known and controversial UFO research programs in history. Key aspects of Project Blue Book include: Background: Project Blue Book was established in 1952, replacing an earlier UFO study called Project Sign. The primary motivation behind its creation was to address the growing number of UFO sightings and public interest in the phenomenon. The USAF wanted to determine whether these sightings had any basis in reality and whether they could be attributed to foreign adversaries or other threats. Investigation and Reporting: Under the leadership of various military personnel and scientists, Project Blue Book investigated thousands of UFO reports during its existence. Reports came from both civilian and military sources. The team analyzed photographs, witness testimonies, and other evidence related to UFO sightings. Classification of Cases: Project Blue Book classified UFO cases into three categories: Identified (I): These cases were explained as ordinary phenomena, such as weather balloons, aircraft, astronomical events, or hoaxes. Unidentified (U): These cases remained unexplained after thorough investigation. They constituted a small percentage of all reported UFO sightings. Insufficient Information (II): Cases for which there was insufficient data to make a determination. Public Relations: Project Blue Book maintained a public relations aspect to manage the public's interest in UFOs. It tried to downplay the significance of many UFO sightings, often attributing them to misidentifications or natural phenomena. Conclusions: Over the years, Project Blue Book investigated thousands of UFO cases, but the majority of them were categorized as Identified. While a significant number of cases remained Unidentified, the program's final conclusion, as stated in the Condon Report (1968), was that UFOs did not pose a threat to national security and did not warrant further systematic study. Closure: In December 1969, the USAF officially announced the termination of Project Blue Book, citing the conclusions of the Condon Report and the high costs associated with maintaining the program. The closure marked the end of the U.S. government's official involvement in UFO investigations, though interest in the topic persisted in both the public and private sectors. Project Blue Book remains a subject of fascination and controversy among UFO enthusiasts, skeptics, and researchers, with ongoing debates about the government's handling of UFO reports and the true nature of the unexplained cases investigated during its existence.
In this interview with USAF Academy graduate, F-16 combat veteran pilot, former no. 3 Thunderbird demonstration team pilot, and boy-mom, Caroline ‘Blaze' Jensen, we talk about her sweet new picture book, Thundermouse, her career, and how she managed one of the most visible and demanding jobs imaginable as the mother of a toddler. Blaze is the granddaughter of a WWII SPAR (as am I) and a Coast Guard Grandfather, and daughter of a U.S. Marine, but we'll forgive her for joining the Air Force. She was inspired by Top Gun and guided by the legacy of the WASP and is currently the Board President-Elect of the WASP Museum in Sweetwater, Texas. Her illustrious Air Force career included a stint as a Congressional Liaison, where she met Erin Miller while she was on her crusade to secure WASP rights to interment at Arlington on behalf of her Gammy. Blaze is a motivational speaker for hire and offers mentoring to aspiring and junior military aviators. She will be celebrating the launch of Thundermouse at the WWII Commemorative Air Force Museum Minnesotta Wing this Friday, October 13th, at 6pm. Thundermouse launches tomorrow, Tuesday October 10th. If you order from Blaze's website, she will sign and personalize a book for you. https://www.diamondechelonllc.com/Thanks so much for listening! Stay up to date on book releases, author events, and Aviatrix Book Club discussion dates with the Literary Aviatrix Newsletter. Visit the Literary Aviatrix website to find over 600 books featuring women in aviation in all genres for all ages. Become a Literary Aviatrix Patron and help amplify the voices of women in aviation. Follow me on social media, join the book club, and find all of the things on the Literary Aviatrix linkt.ree. Blue skies, happy reading, and happy listening!-Liz Booker
"A TEAR IN THE UFO COMMUNITY"- Jeremy McGowan And His Experience Down the Rabbit Hole. **NOTE** We highly recommend you watch this episode LOGGED IN to Spotify, as it is a VERY VISUAL packed episode including Exclusive BTS footage from several projects Jeremy Was involved with. Jeremy Mcgowan, A Contractor For the DoD who maintains a Clearance, is a Veteran of the USAF and has experienced An Incredible event in the Jordanian Desert. He Has since Gone on record after being a field investigator for UAPX (A Group formed to gather data on the phenomenon) and was featured in "A Tear in the Sky" Documentary, "Alien Endgame" And has Appeared on The History Channel Secret of Skinwalker Ranch. Visit our WEBSITE- www.totaldisclosure.org your 1-stop-shop for all things UFO disclosure including videos, podcasts, and articles.Subscribe to the channel on YouTube: www.youtube.com/@totaldisclosureSupport this Show By Becoming a Paid member https://www.youtube.com/@Totaldisclosure/joinSupport Studio Renovations and Our Moving To California for the Show on CASH APP: $PopculturecornerUSE OUR CODE AND SIGN UP FOR TUBE-BUDDY TO START UTILIZING THEIR AMAZING TOOLS, LET TUBE BUDDY DO THE WORK FOR YOU: https://www.tubebuddy.com/POPSign Up for VIDIQ and Get Tons of Creator Content Tools, SEO Boosts, Keyword Scores, Title Suggestions, & So much MORE! VIDIQ can be integrated seamlessly into your Browser and YouTube channel, Start utilizing this tool now, Sign up with TDP's Link-www.VIDIQ.com/TotalDisclosureMovie Palette allows you to put your favorite scene on Canvas, a great gift for your movie-buff friend/relative, or just an amazing piece that will bring a room together, it also won't make your partner flinch when bringing guests to the house;) Get 15% OFF your order of a new "MOVIE PALETTE" By Using CODE: CultureCorner15 At www.MoviePalette.comGET your FRESH ALL-YEAR MERCH BY TDP STUDIOS: https://pop-culture-corner-store.creator-spring.com/? Want to create live streams like this? SIGN UP FOR STREAM YARD TODAY AND USE OUR REFERRAL CODE TO HELP SUPPORT THE SHOW! : https://streamyard.com/pal/6146221734887424 —————————————————————————Follow Us On Twitter: Www.Twitter.com/DisclosurePodFollow Us On Instagram: www.Instagram.com/Pop_CultureCorner2020For Collaboration, Sponsors, And Use of Segments, Email:————: TY.TotalDisclosure@Gmail.Com For more detailsSpecial Thank you to all of our Channel Members for your continued support and dedication to our brand! COPYRIGHT Disclaimer: This video in part, or in whole, is subject to standard YouTube and Legal Copyright rules. If you wish to use segments, please email me in advance at the email address above. Thank you.
It's Cowboys week, Hidden Pearls Podcast family!! We are so excited to be taking the field for Sunday Night Football under the beautiful lights of Levi's. And we are also so excited that Emma is home from Japan and will be in attendance.George and the Niners roll into WK 5 at 4-0 with another convincing win, this time over the pesky Cardinals 35-16. It was a dominant performance on both sides of the ball and we know we will have a fully loaded and ready to go Dallas squad at Levi's on Sunday. This is why you play the game and this will be a great test of who we are as a team. LET'S GO!!Our financial donation and 49ers tickets are going to Women Leaders in Law Enforcement Foundation. The 4 tickets are going to Cristal, a 25 year law enforcement veteran, and her 2 sons & daughter who is an active USAF back from deployment.Please visit their website for more information or to get involved! https://www.wllef.orgTo submit any #AskGeorge Questions please go to:https://www.hiddenpearlspodcast.com/contactThank you for listening! Bang Bang GO NINERS!E, B & G#hiddenpearls #podcast #49ers #bangbang #salutetoservice #firstresponders #kittle #ponce #cowboys #49erscowboys #rivalry #georgekittle
This episode features Major Adam Reitz, USAF, Associate Professor, Na-tional Security Law Department at The Judge Advocate General's Legal Cen-ter and School, interviewing Colonel (Ret.) Todd Pennington, then-Staff Judge Advocate, U.S. Space Command on space law including the strategic competition with the People's Republic of China. In this episode, Col.(Ret.) Pennington discusses the newly released “Tenets of Responsible Behavior in Space and associated specific behaviors,” addresses the differences between U.S. Space Command and U.S. Space Force, and explains why we are all space lawyers now. This episode is part of a series of episodes with military practitioners in NSL providing career and leadership advice. Although it is fo-cused on military NSL practice, Col(Ret.) Pennington offers his thoughts on the joint environment and scholarly writing for anyone based on his almost 25 years of military service.
As a fighter pilot on the newly formed 77 Squadron Royal Australian Air Force, now equipped with brand new FA/18s, we had many experienced pilots but before long we also acquired pilots on their first operational type. One such pilot was Woody, or more formally known as Wood Duck and flying the Hornet was just the start of a long career in aviation that took him all around the world. Now the Air Attache at the Australian High Commission in London, Woody and I met at a local hostelry and had a beer whilst talking about old times. The Australian FA/18B Flypasts performed by No 2 OCU RAAF whilst under Woody's command Woody as a youngster in the Hong Kong bar whilst on deployment in Malaysia. RAAF Hornets in Butterworth Images under Creative Commons licence with thanks to the RAAF, the USAF, the RMAF and No 2 OCU RAAF.
To see the video of this show, click or copy link - https://youtu.be/Dkp-14V4FD4 In this Episode, I cover a major UFO flap including UFOs flying into heavily restricted airspace over the residence of an ex-President of the United States, and subsequent admission by the USAF that F-16s were sent up, possibly to intercept the UFO intruders.A Weekly Livestream Show with a focus on recounting cases and stories of the Strange and Unexplained, Mysterious Events, Weird Places, and the Unexpected. If you like stories about cases of the Strange and Unexplained, this show is for you.Each week will be 30 to 45 minutes focusing on a single case. From UFO encounters, to paranormal events, alien abductions, hauntings, mysterious places and entities, and a host of other topics will be covered.If you enjoy the show, please leave a review..!!TALES OF THE STRANGE AND UNEXPLAINED PLAYLISThttps://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLneWjPNXc1RzwyIVe6x54g_n64QcvuVfd GET ACCESS to the Live Cameras on Skinwalker Ranch with a FREE TRIAL for the Insider Membership Website - https://tinyurl.com/skinwalkerinsiderVisit my website with Blogs, Videos, and Podcast direct links - https://strangeparadigms.com/