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Upcoming Shows

Jan 19 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
12:00 pm
Prof. Victor Davis Hanson is Martin and Illie Anderson Senior Fellow in residence in classics and military history at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University.  He has authored or edited 24 books and is an expert on topics from the ancient Greek to modern day wars.
12:00 pm
Matthew Marsden has played military characters in several movies including Blackhawk Down and Tranformers: Revenge of Fallen. He has been named a Kentucky Colonel in recognition of his support for the military.  “I Am That Man” is his directorial debut and he joins us the same day as the film premiers.

Recent Shows

Freedom and Liberty – Jamie Harwick

Freedom and Liberty are the focus topics for this special Independence Day discussion with 20 year Air Force Veteran Jamie Harwick. Using relevant comments from previous guests, Jamie and I share our gratitude for the freedom we enjoy as US citizens and for those who sacrifice to keep us free. Gary Sinise:  Gary relates the contrast between freedom and tyranny that was starkly evident the first time he visited the Korean DMZ.  He also shares his motivation for continuing to support those who serve and their families. Col. Lee Ellis:  Lee’s case is an extreme one of what can happen [...]

July 4th, 2018|

Touching the Dragon – James Hatch

Touching the Dragon is what James Hatch calls the process he had to complete in order to banish his demons. It is also the title of a book he recently published. James was part of a team dispatched to try and rescue deserter Bowe Bergdahl.   On that mission an AK-47 round tore through his femur and out the back of his leg.  Military working dog REMCO was killed in that same action. Had it not been for REMCO, it is likely that James and his team would have all been slain. Hatch is an expert military dog trainer and handler. He [...]

June 25th, 2018|

Medal of Honor Recipient Hershel “Woody” Williams

President Truman presents Woody with the Medal of Honor Medal of Honor recipient Hershel “Woody” Williams had no interest in joining the military but like many patriotic Americans decided to volunteer following the attack on Pearl Harbor.  Woody would have to wait until he was old enough join and his first attempt at the Marine Corps was rejected because he was too small. He was trained in the use of demolitions and operating a flamethrower after being shipped to the Pacific theater. Woody says that their briefing on board the ship prior to landing on Iwo Jima told [...]

June 17th, 2018|

Cyber War – Lt. General Tom Jones

Credit: militaryaerospace.com What is cyber war? How does one defend against it? What are the challenges in fighting a weapon of war that is constantly changing and becoming more sophisticated? Tom Jones was a one star General and F-16 pilot when he was assigned to the Central Security Service (the military component of the National Security Agency). He rapidly gained an appreciation for the threat of cyber war. He was involved is creating the structure of what would eventually become US Cyber Command. Cyber war doesn’t just involve battles in the digital realm. Real world forces are intricately [...]

June 12th, 2018|

Impacts of Sequester – Lt. General Tom Jones

Lt. General Tom Jones (USAF Retired) Has the budget sequester hurt our fighting forces? The 2013 Congressional sequester cut $500 billion from military budgets. In 2017 testimony to Congress, Air Force Chief of Staff General David Golfien stated: “If we cannot move past sequester in its current form, we are going to break this force.” We have the greatest fighting forces on the planet. But what if they were no longer mission capable? Retired Air Force Lt. General Tom Jones is an expert and shares his thoughts with our listeners. During his 35 year Air Force career he [...]

June 12th, 2018|

Conquer Anything – Greg Stube

Greg Stube Members of our elite military units are trained to be prepared to Conquer Anything.  Greg Stube served 19 years as a member of the Green Berets and has written an outstanding book that translates the lessons he learned in the special teams to compelling ideas applicable to the civilian world. Life has a way of shooting holes in our best laid plans. In Greg’s case it was literal – a chunk of shrapnel the size of a plate passed through his hip and his abdomen during the Battle for Sperwan Ghar.  He wasn’t expected to live but [...]

June 3rd, 2018|

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