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Upcoming Shows

Aug 19 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
12:00 pm
Tom Satterly spent two decades as a member of the Army’s elite Delta Force. He participated in the “Black Hawk Down” battle and also the missions to capture Saddam Hussein.
Aug 26 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
12:00 pm
New York Firefighter Tim Brown responded the World Trade Center bombing in 1993 and then survived the WTC attacks in 2001. A compelling discussion on why we should NEVER FORGET.

Recent Shows

Havok Journal Update – Scott Faith

The first Havok Journal check-in of the year with editor Scott Faith. Havok Journal is an online publication with articles heavily focusing on military and law enforcement issues. Our discussion features multiple topics covered by Havok Journal authors so far this year including: New Year’s Resolutions for Veterans While studies have shown that resolutions themselves rarely “stick”, the process of self-evaluation and writing resolutions can be very beneficial. Havok Journal polled their writers and listed their top 8 resolutions for Veterans.  Suggestions include; telling their stories, not acting as if they world owes them something, helping their fellow veterans whenever [...]

February 11th, 2018|

Navy SEAL Jason Redman

Jason Redman tried to join the Army, but the Navy got him instead. Good thing because he became a member of one of our nation’s most elite special forces – a SEAL. Jason Redman Accepted into the Seaman to Admiral Program, Redman was in his first semester of college when the 9/11 attacks occurred and he wanted to drop out to rejoin his team. However, one of the most respected officers in the SEAL teams uttered some prophetic words; “This war will not end quickly and we will need good operators and good leaders to fight this war. [...]

January 28th, 2018|

Freedom Blues – Hank Robinson

Hank Robinson, Hanro Studios Freedom Blues is Hank Robinson’s monument of honor to his fellow warfighters and Veterans. He is our first featured Veteran Entrepreneur story for 2018. Hank is a Veteran of three deployments himself; Kosovo, Iraq and Afghanistan. He joined right after the 9/11 attacks. During his 9/12 Army career he earned a Bronze Star with Valor and an Army Commendation Medal with Valor. But when he separated, he found himself unable to find work, getting into alcohol and “other bad stuff”.  Always fascinated with metal work, he used his GI Bill to take a welding [...]

January 21st, 2018|

No Angel – Jay Dobyns

Jay Dobyns is more than qualified to be called a “sheepdog”. During his 27 year career as an undercover ATF agent Jay did not wait for the wolves to come to us, he entered their dens and ran as part of their packs. Jay shares some amazing and enlightening insights. He participated in over 500 undercover operations including working his way into the inner circle of the Hells Angels.  That journey was chronicled in his book “No Angel”, a New York Times bestseller. Following a stellar collegiate football career, Jay joined the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms. He started [...]

January 7th, 2018|

The Beauty of a Darker Soul – Joshua Mantz

The Beauty of a Darker Soul author Joshua Mantz experienced possibly the most severe trauma possible and lived to tell about it. Kind of.... Joshua in recovery While on patrol outside of Sadr City in 2007, a sniper’s round first struck down Staff Sergeant Marlan Harper and then ricocheted into Joshua’s leg, severing his femoral artery.  In a testament to his training, Josh’s first reaction was to drag Sgt. Marlan to safety.  But soon he collapsed and felt every moment as he bled out. He took his last breath and died. Josh was dead for a full 15 [...]

December 31st, 2017|

Christmas as a POW – Lee Ellis

Leon “Lee” Ellis spent several Christmas Holidays as a POW. Col. Lee Ellis (USAF Retired) During Christmas, most of us are surrounded by that which we hold dear; family, friends, peace and hope.  The promise of Christmas is one of hope.  Those who “Stand the Watch”; the men and women of our military forces, volunteer to spend their time away from THEIR families so that we can spend time with OURS. For several Christmas holidays, all Lee Ellis had was hope.  He was shot down and captured November 7, 1967 during his 53rd mission over North Vietnam. He would [...]

December 24th, 2017|

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