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Ep. 120 – Jason Redman (Navy SEAL)

When you look back on Jason Redman’s career as a Navy SEAL, two words stand out: warrior and leader. We’ve said it before – those words get thrown around rather loosely. But in Jason’s case, they are terms he continues to embody, even after his career in the Navy was finished. In this episode, he talks about what it means to be a leader, and what it takes to continue… Read More

Ep. 119 – Special Guest: Johnny Walker

We have another Special Guest this week, and an absolutely incredible story of one man’s quest to survive under Saddam Hussein’s rule as well as the insurgency that plagued his country months into Operation Iraqi Freedom. He still goes by his code name, Johnny Walker, and for years – including through Desert Storm and the 2003 U.S. invasion – he dreamed of a better life for himself and his family…. Read More

Ep. 118 – Hershel “Woody” Williams (WWII – Medal of Honor Recipient)

It was an absolute honor to have Marine, WWII vet, and Medal of Honor recipient, Hershel “Woody” Williams on the show! Woody Williams grew up in rural West Virginia, so far removed from urban centers that his family had no access to daily news sources. So, Woody’s family had virtually no access to information about the military, let alone the events leading up to WWII. But, eventually it was the… Read More

Ep. 117 – Special Guest: Renee Nickell (Gold Star Siblin

Our Special Guest this week is Renee Nickell. Renee became a Gold Star Sibling when she lost her brother, Marine Major Samuel Griffith in combat on December 14, 2011 in Afghanistan. Renee was very close to Sam; in her eyes, he was her hero. Losing him was devastating. Six years after his death, she decided to honor and remember Sam by writing a memoir about him, with the hope that… Read More

Ep. 116 – COL (Ret) Lee Van Arsdale (Delta Force)

This week, another legend in the Special Ops community joins us, as retired Colonel Lee Van Arsdale takes us through two pivotal operations for the storied 1st Special Forces Operational Detachment – Delta, more commonly known as Delta Force. Van Arsdale joined Delta Force in 1985, and spent 14 years leading some of the most elite soldiers history has ever seen. As a Major, he lead the Delta assault troop… Read More

Ep. 115 – LTG (Ret) Michael Ferriter (Army Ranger)

There are many general officers in the U.S. military, but there are few who truly leave their mark on the organization after they have finished serving in its ranks. LTG (Ret) Michael Ferriter is one of those few. His commitment to not only serving his country, during multiple times of conflict, as a Ranger and beyond, along with his steadfast leadership have made the military a healthier and more lethal… Read More

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