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"army medical corps" Discussed on TuneInPOC

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"Is it just me or is everyone's iPhone broken down now that they've released a new one. Always happens. The same day the brand new $3000 one comes out. Mine will no longer take charge. It no longer accepts the charger and the portal what does but doesn't work. I'm going to charge it one of those things. You put it on top of now. Luckily we've got one. We've got to carry that around the place to charge before. Anyway. Welcome to Tuesday here till 12, enjoying the discussion of a mop up from the funeral Pitt got some questions about that's been good. About the tall guy about the horse summon said it's a Welsh pony, something it's a party someone's at the fell pony. You wonder why a country so small would have such a varied breed of horses I presume they're poured from the continent, were they? I am quite festive at the lineage of horses. Someone will know. And people seem to be loving talk about the Jacob Gloucester. 9 O 8 gets Marcus welcome hi, just to give you an update of the digger Costa, his full title is his royal highness prince Richard, the Jacob Costa KG and grand cross of the Victorian order. He's the colonel in chief of the royal army or New Zealand. I mean, medical core. He took over from his father and took over the estate and the. Winners father died. And he's been doing royal duties and he and his family. Well, this was in 220 ten when he came to New Zealand and presented the medical core with his Jacob because banner. And they were living in Clinton Paris. Did you because my next question was going to be, did he come to New Zealand? Did you meet him here? I didn't physically meet him, but I was there at the parade for the benefit parade. It was a lag very important program for the royal museum and I mean medical core school. The Queen Elizabeth the Queen mother was the colonel in chief before him. And why does he have that relationship with the medical cause he'd been involved in service in that way? Then I couldn't tell you. I don't know where that is. I did meet the queen mother I had afternoon tea with her at Earl's court in London. Because I took part in the royal tournament in 1980. Can you tell me about what that is meant for those that don't know? The royal tournament took place in Earl's court and it was people may remember the running of the guns with again crews stripped down. Yeah, I think that was I do remember watching that. Yep, yeah, that moving on telly. And they have various units from around the world. And in the end, because it was the 8 celebrating the idea of based day of the majesty of Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother, all the cause New Zealand army medical corps British Army, Australian army, and then there was direct wefts and arrange in other units and there was a mess parade and salute to the major sea the Queen Elizabeth the Queen mother. And were you in the medical cormac? I

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"army medical corps" Discussed on History Unplugged Podcast

History Unplugged Podcast

05:23 min | 2 months ago

"army medical corps" Discussed on History Unplugged Podcast

"Escapes themselves and the escapees. And also how accurate their stories are versus the legend because some of these escapees know the art of public relations and release books and they're able to play up their own legend, so the stories could have taken on a life of their own. Perhaps let's begin with somebody who is lesser known among the escapees and somebody that you try to highlight and believe has been largely omitted from these stories. And that is barent Roth mazun Dar. Can you tell me about him and his escape? Yes, I mean, I briefly mentioned him at the beginning. I mean, he was the only non white British officer in colditz. And he was a doctor. The doctor from India, he had trained in Britain. He'd volunteered at the beginning of the war with the royal army medical corps and he'd been captured at Dunkirk right at the beginning. And he was locked up and killed it. He was a fiery, complicated, tricky customer. And inside colditz, he experienced the most the most egregious racism, really. But it wasn't from the Germans, it was really from his fellow prisoners who treated him as in ways that were current at the time, as if he was a sort of second class citizen. And what makes surrender enough Muslim does story extraordinary is that it's that masamba himself was an Indian nationalist. He was very in favor of Indian independence from Britain. Even though he was loyal to Brittany volunteered to fight for The Crown or rather to serve in the British Army for the king. But he was in favor of Indian independence. And the Germans got wind of this and they tried to recruit him as a propagandist. They wanted him to broadcast on the radio to India to try to persuade other Indians to rise up against the British Raj, which of course would have been hugely to the Nazis advantage. And they tried everything. Every blandishment they could think of. Wind and dined him in Berlin. They took him to meet Sebastian bowes, who was the great great Indian regarded as a quisling by Britain by Britain, but regarded by many Indians as a great freedom fighter who had thrown in his lot with the Germans in order to try and raise an army to oppose the British. Was taken to meet him in Berlin and was asked, effectively, to change sides.

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"army medical corps" Discussed on Humankind on Public Radio

Humankind on Public Radio

06:46 min | 5 months ago

"army medical corps" Discussed on Humankind on Public Radio

"How does a person recover after witnessing the brutality of war? And when soldiers are drawn in as a participant in the violence, how can they heal? Warfare can leave someone deeply rattled, inflicting emotional damage, not just visible injuries. And these psychological wounds may not surface till months or years after a veteran returns from combat. This is why, you know, so many vets get in trouble driving because you drive defensively. You're not obeying any traffic laws. You're literally driving to save your life. And the way you drive over there is to avoid an ambush or a vehicle born explosive everything, you just blow through everything. Travis winer served two tours with the U.S. Army in Iraq ending in 2008. And the one thing that's left over from this day to me is if I'm driving and something is on the road that doesn't necessarily belong there, like a piece of trash or my eyes just lock onto it. I don't even it's a subconscious thing. It just boom. I just see it clearer than day because that can be the difference between life or death. It's a fear response. It's anybody can have it. You can get it from a natural disaster or a car accident being raped. Your terror system is on high alert. And your fear system takes over. Rita nakashima Brock, a theologian based in Fort Worth Texas. She grew up in a military family and has written widely about how people recover from military violence. An estimated three to 400,000 veterans now suffer effects like the fury response and other symptoms of post traumatic stress. And if that happens a lot, you can have a chronic fear response to things that you can be triggered in normal life by things that aren't dangerous, but they were dangerous before. Like a backpack sitting in a room or a guardrail along a road, you have this distorted relationship to reality that's not the fear reality originally in. It's been well known that war induces psychological and social and spiritual trauma and that that trauma is often invisible but devastating and requires a psychological and a spiritual remedy. Physician Wayne Jonas of the Samuel E institute in Alexandria, Virginia, served as a lieutenant colonel in the army medical corps. He treats patients today who suffer military related chronic pain, traumatic brain injury, and post traumatic stress disorder. When we diagnosed and named it PTSD, it was, in many ways, a normal response to the trauma of war. In fact, admiral Mullen refuses to use the D on the end of that, a former chairman of the joint chiefs of staff. He calls it PTS, post traumatic stress, because it is a normal kind of response that you would expect from those kinds of injuries. And we shouldn't make it a disorder. Maybe it's just an understandable human reaction to the way organized violence can be deeply disturbing. Off the battlefield, some veterans may erupt in volcanic bursts of anger. Despair may draw them into addiction or violence against others and themselves. They may suffer nightmares, restless sleep, as well as what's called the startle response. This occurs when a person who's undergone a traumatic event hears or sees something that suddenly triggers a distressing memory of the trauma, soldiers have exhibited these symptoms through history. It was first medically recognized as PTSD after the Vietnam Europe. Now the stresses of war have afflicted a new generation. I had already had combat where I lost friends, very close friends. From Iraq. That's Kyle originally from Maine, starting in early 2005, he deployed to Iraq and later to Afghanistan, Kyle served as a second lieutenant with the National Guard and began experiencing post traumatic stress. And I came home and that's when I didn't say a word about it because that's when it really did have a stigma and I said, I don't want to tell him I have something wrong. I don't want to because I don't want to get kicked out of the military. I don't want people to think I'm crazy. Kyle has since been formally diagnosed with PTSD. He now routinely attends a clinic for at risk veterans and their families at Massachusetts general hospital in Boston. Kyle participated in our interview hoping it would help other vets. At age 35 he looks back on an eventful life so far. In this program we'll hear graphic sometimes disturbing descriptions of war. Growing up and working on the farm, potato harvest and October, November is going to be a pretty miserable, miserable time, cold, wet, tired. And long days, hard work, and I joined the IRB and I was like, you know, this really isn't that bad at all. And, you know, they put you to bed at a certain time every night and every day. It was something different. You got to go out and shoot guns and I just fell in love with it. Ronnie lavender, green tea, American breakfast. I visited Kyle on a Saturday afternoon at his spacious airy home on a long wooded road in the southern New Hampshire town of Derry. For the time after returning from combat, he worked in private industry and aerospace and defense. But then Kyle accepted full-time work with the New Hampshire National Guard. He remembers his time in Afghanistan. This was a very remote area. It was almost like the West Virginia of Afghanistan almost, you know, villages, some didn't have wells, they had their own flower mill. Still living in culottes and mud structures and things like that. But everybody had a cell phone. The U.S. mission there was to stabilize the region and to control the flow of hostile forces, these included the Taliban, which stalked the American soldiers. Terrain played a huge part. So if you're going into a valley to check the valley leads directly into Pakistan, there's one way in and then there's one way out. So they have, however long you're on the far end of the valley, they have that much time to prepare for you on the way out. Which was generally the case. You could almost set your watch on it that you

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"army medical corps" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

Stuff Mom Never Told You

06:55 min | 1 year ago

"army medical corps" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

"A university degree or became a professional like a doctor or lawyer. Lose their status as indian. Enfranchisement meant that indigenous peoples have to throw away their cultural illegal identities and couldn't pass along their indian status to their children. So i should. People were enfranchised for getting university education. They also work for things like serving the canadian armed forces for marrying non indian men and for leaving reserves for long periods North and. I'd also like to just call out. That indigenous peoples have also had always had their own caregiving practices in their own communities. So i don't wanna make. It seem like the history of indigenous healers and canada's starts with edith mom tour like she's one part of the long history of healing practices within indigenous communities in also of like in a line of indigenous nurses and people who acted as mitt lives in all these sort of different caretaking. There's also accounts of indigenous women who served as nurses and midwives to colonizer. So it's not like she is the beginning of all of this conversation but she is a pioneer in in the history of indigenous women who nursed in this way in canada. Any united states. Because she's as we'll get into. She was in the united states for a bit came to united states. But on top of the assimilating policies. Suppressing indigenous healing practices indigenous. Women were also largely bar from nursing programs in canada until the early to mid nineteen hundreds so monterey herself was bar from pursuing professional training in canada she was rejected from schools. Without even getting interviews and so many indigenous woman would go to the us to get professional training. So that's exactly what she did. She turn to the united states where she was accepted to and began attending new rochelle nursing school in new york. She graduated and became a registered nurse in nineteen fourteen. Which is the first so. She became the first indigenous woman. Who's a registered nurse in canada. So when she was asked why she became a nurse she just said it was something to do the way that it seems like it's been explained by family members that like kinda downplay her achievements in like things her status as a pioneer. You know so yes. She was then hired as a nurse at a private school in new rochelle and she joined the war effort world war one in nineteen seventeen and in that she joined the west chester county. Unit of the american expeditionary forces army medical corps so after more training in new york she left for france in february of nineteen eighteen. C- stopped in halifax nova scotia and she arrived in france on march sixth. So just for some numbers. During world war wind. There were more than twenty eight hundred nurses. Who served in the canadian. Rv medical gore or the amc. So service in this. Emc required women to be white to have british citizenship in quote unquote high moral character. Physical fitness and to be between the ages of twenty one and thirty eight so a number of indigenous women did serve as nurses in the army nurse corps and the american red cross stateside and overseas in france. During the war there are twelve indigenous women who have been identified as doing so but more is thought that more of them did actually serve is just that the record keeping isn't there for those people were but as we can imagine like they were definitely definitely more. Yeah so edith. Volunteered and worked as a nurse at base hospital twenty-three mvp tail france for more than a year. She was responsible for training soldiers. Who were shot or gassed. And she sometimes worked at other medical centers in france as well which you mentioned earlier that samantha. You read some of her diary entries. Yeah she kept a journal. What did you read so essentially. I've only got a little bit. But it kinda res as if it's like a nineteen twenty nineteen ten's kind of movie when you're in new york and living that live. He talks about getting leg gambles Guys about going to hobo good going out with friends writing letters to people saying farewell so she was prepping while working there prepping to leave. Apparently from what. I gather. Because i started in nineteen eighteen. The diary was actually headed down through family and her daughter. Helen who she also has a friend named helen. In the diary you read the her daughter. Helen kept it and preserved it and it was so fragile that they actually did off to have typed up and they give it to all of the descendants all of her descendants so they could have a copy to see what it was like. I saw that they sit up to the modern literature and culture research center in toronto as well. Yes the thing that. I really like about this. Of course as you already now like the just reading these people stories in the fact that some people had the like the thought or just interested in recording their own stories which we have from her which. I'm just grateful for because she had a diary that we even have access to. She didn't have to do that right but it was her. It was just before she died when her granddaughter transcribed the diary and thankfully they did make it available to us the portions that they did make bailable but it was. She died not long after lived a long time by the way what shit illinois live. Yeah yeah but the diary is yeah. It's really cool to see like i. I like how much she talked about the weather which she's talking about much day beautiful. The hand cloudy day. And i love. I also liked how she was like. Nothing happens day uneventful cards. I wrote letters. Yeah i get that. I stated i'm glad to know that. I'm not the only one someone who made so much history just holiday where they just stayed in it me feel a little wartime uneventful. Didn't do it was cloudy today. Yeah i do like how mundane it is just to. you know. Go through that kind of day by day with our. Even though every day isn't in there he said it started. Her entries began in january of nineteen eighteen in the ended.

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"army medical corps" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

06:17 min | 1 year ago

"army medical corps" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"Brought to you by macy's wally funk is going to space aboard. Jeff bezos says rocket. Here's why that matters by jeffrey kluger. There's a good reason for all the fuss about wally. Funk this week on july twentieth funk age eighty two an aviator the first female air safety investigator for the national transportation safety board and the first female inspector for the federal aviation administration will climb aboard a blue origin new shepard spacecraft and fly a sub orbital arc more than one hundred kilometers or sixty two miles up becoming the oldest person ever to go to space. The flight comes courtesy of blue origin founder. Jeff bezos who is accompanying funk and two other passengers on the first crude flight of his company spacecraft base os tapped her for the mission last month fulfilling funk's lifetime dream of going to space and released an irresistible video of him breaking the news to her in person and asking her what her first words would be when she landed. I would say honey. That's the best thing that ever happened to me. She exulted grabbing the richest man in the world in a bear hug so what's not the like about funk inner trip not a thing except that in some ways the plaudits for her are coming sixty years too late in nineteen sixty one funk then aged twenty one and already a professional aviation instructor joined what was formerly known as the women in space program. An aspirational project. That in fact had not a lick of a chance of ever sending so much as a single woman to so much as a single square foot of space privately. Funded by william loveless a physician and flight surgeon in the army medical corps reserve women in space was a sort of proof of concept idea running parallel to nasa's mercury program which was then training the seven men who very much were going to go to space. It was designed to put a similar core of women through exactly the same physical mental tests being administered to the male astronauts to see how they fared as it happened they fared just fine with nineteen women enrolling and thirteen graduating funk at the top of the class proving that women could pass the same rigorous tests the men could and then nothing the program folded after that and the women who became popularly known as the mercury thirteen watched from the ground as the men of nasa flu and flu and flu funk applied to become a commercial airline pilot and was again passed over almost certainly because of her gender instead she continued training other people to fly and ultimately assuming her positions with the faa and the ntsb she estimates she trained more than three thousand eventual pilots and she has accumulated nineteen thousand six hundred hours of flight time herself or the equivalent of two point two years at the stick still space beckoned instill funk persisted in nineteen seventy nine. When nasa first announced it was accepting female astronaut candidates. She applied for the job. Four times in fact never making the cont partly because of her age. She was forty by the time. Nasa began accepting female applicants. And yet she didn't give up on the dream deciding her best bet to make it to space was as a paying passenger in twenty ten. She put a deposit down to fly aboard. Richard branson's virgin galactic spacecraft in the event it ever flew branson did fly on july eleventh beating fellow billionaire basis to space by nine days presuming. Everything goes as planned for blue origin next week but if branson jumped the flight q. Basis jumped the funk q. Inviting her last month to fly on his ship immediately and for free this is walis life ambition and she deserves it after decades of waiting. It's time she finally gets to go says. Linda mills blue origin vice president of communications. We're excited to celebrate. This moment. With her and thrilled she'll finally get to earn her astronaut. Wings the fact that funk is earning those wings as the oldest person to fly in space maybe a smaller part of our larger story but it comes with a certain circularity. She'll break the record set by john. Glenn who in nineteen ninety eight made his second trip to space thirty six years after becoming the first american to orbit the earth at age seventy seven shortly after he made that first historic journey. He testified before congress about the wisdom of opening up the space program to women and he did not cover himself and glory. The men go off and fight the wars and fly the airplanes and come back and help design and build and test them. He said the fact that women are not in this field as a fact of our social order that long ago social order has happily been demolished. But not before it did funk wrong now generations later the wrong is at least being partly righted and it's not just in the case of funk and twenty nineteen the first all female spacewalk took place. Nasa has recently chosen eighteen astronaut candidates for its artists lunar program nine men and nine women and promises that the program will land the first woman in the next man on the moon space once a man's place as at last and forever changing and wally funk is perhaps the most poignant face of that transformation it might only be midsummer but fall will be here before you know it and with it the start of a new school year. Don't worry macy's has your back first day outfits backpacks lunchboxes macy's has everything you need. Even that must have coffeemaker for those heading off to college..

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"army medical corps" Discussed on Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"army medical corps" Discussed on Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

"The great depression changed the cels neighborhood. Dramatically downtown. la once a hot spot for tourists and nightlife became a hub for newly homeless. Thousands of people flocked downtown with nowhere to live and the area. Around the sel hotel became skid row. No longer a west coast. Gatsby esque destination. The hotel became known as a hang out for drug addicts runaways and as opposed on all that interesting dot com. Put it quote criminals far from its first days as the paul of the great depression settled over the country. The seasonal became home to a growing number of suicides and unfortunate deaths. The first successful suicide on record at the seoul was in nineteen thirty one forty six year. Old w k norton was found dead in his room after having taken poison pills he was found only a few hours after he died by the made. Police found more poison capsules in his pocket. Norton had checked into the hotel is james willis from chicago but police were able to correctly. Identify him from the numerous checks. He had with them. Made out to mrs m. c. norton in manhattan beach california just about a half an hour south of la in nineteen thirty to twenty five year. Old benjamin dotage was found in his hotel room having shot himself to death. Benjamin left no note two years after that. A former sergeant in the army medical corps fifty-three-year-old. Louis de bordon slashed his own throat in his room at the hotel. He cited ill health as the reason in his suicide note. Nine hundred thirty seven. Another military veteran jumped to his death from the top of the hotel landing on a skylight below. There is maddeningly little information about these people other than how they died. Apparently the appetite for true crime wasn't quite so hardy. A hundred years ago there were so many suicides at the c. soul that by the nineteen forties. The hotel had earned the nickname the suicide

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The Cecil Hotel: Terror, Murder, and Death in the World's Scariest Hotel

Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

02:09 min | 1 year ago

The Cecil Hotel: Terror, Murder, and Death in the World's Scariest Hotel

"The great depression changed the cels neighborhood. Dramatically downtown. la once a hot spot for tourists and nightlife became a hub for newly homeless. Thousands of people flocked downtown with nowhere to live and the area. Around the sel hotel became skid row. No longer a west coast. Gatsby esque destination. The hotel became known as a hang out for drug addicts runaways and as opposed on all that interesting dot com. Put it quote criminals far from its first days as the paul of the great depression settled over the country. The seasonal became home to a growing number of suicides and unfortunate deaths. The first successful suicide on record at the seoul was in nineteen thirty one forty six year. Old w k norton was found dead in his room after having taken poison pills he was found only a few hours after he died by the made. Police found more poison capsules in his pocket. Norton had checked into the hotel is james willis from chicago but police were able to correctly. Identify him from the numerous checks. He had with them. Made out to mrs m. c. norton in manhattan beach california just about a half an hour south of la in nineteen thirty to twenty five year. Old benjamin dotage was found in his hotel room having shot himself to death. Benjamin left no note two years after that. A former sergeant in the army medical corps fifty-three-year-old. Louis de bordon slashed his own throat in his room at the hotel. He cited ill health as the reason in his suicide note. Nine hundred thirty seven. Another military veteran jumped to his death from the top of the hotel landing on a skylight below. There is maddeningly little information about these people other than how they died. Apparently the appetite for true crime wasn't quite so hardy. A hundred years ago there were so many suicides at the c. soul that by the nineteen forties. The hotel had earned the nickname the suicide

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"army medical corps" Discussed on Unexplained

Unexplained

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"army medical corps" Discussed on Unexplained

"As his reputation as a possible. Psychic started to grow around the world. Peter herkus who became known as the man with the radar is and the x-ray brain began offering his services to a number of police departments throughout europe to various degrees of success in nineteen fifty six. He was contacted by american parapsychologist. Dr andrea who harrach in the early fifties who harrach served as a captain in the army medical corps. Where at some point. He developed a fascination in the potential military application of paranormal phenomena. In one thousand nine hundred fifty five after leaving the army he founded the roundtable foundation in glen cove maine in order to study the possibilities. Further after reading about peter's apparent abilities who harrach was convinced it found the perfect subject for his experiments and invited him to have his unique skills tested under laboratory conditions. Peter who had by then separated from his first wife. Beer took cup the invitation and arrived in one thousand nine hundred thirty six to begin the study in total. He would spend seven years visiting herridge at his foundation to undergo a series of unusual tests. Days would often begin with peter being strapped down into a chair and his head covered in a mesh wires and electrodes to monitor his brain function as harrach put him through his paces in one test. Dr wu harrach bombarded herkus with strobe lighting then showed him a series of envelopes in which various objects had been placed such as butterfly or safety pin and invited him to guess what was in them. According to harwich under the strobe lighting pita guessed the correct object every single time intriguingly according to heritage when know strobe lighting was used but peter was allowed to touch the envelope. His success rate was still a remarkably high eighty percent. When only allowed to look at the envelope this dropped markedly to forty percent. By then peter was tracking the attention of other well known para psychological researches most prominently dr joseph ryan who was responsible for coining the term extrasensory perception ryan. Who ran a laboratory. At the prestigious duke university was arguably the most credible scientists working in the field at the time made frequent requests to test peter himself but her costs refused his offer claiming later that he'd been offended by ryan's insistence that he sit a lie detector test.

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"army medical corps" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

06:46 min | 1 year ago

"army medical corps" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

"This jump right back into the conversation. Okay so you arrive at the scene and you're in a remote area it's raining and you're assessing like How am i going to do this. How do you filter that. How do you make sense that knowing that there's lives on the line and you've got to work quickly. Yeah you've gotta take care your safety and also incredibly accurate because i imagine that azure assessing. It is probably not an easy swim for you. But i don't know that. I don't know the conditions but i have been in those situations like i'm barely doing this. How am i going to help the other. Well exactly. yeah and the other thing is arriving on side. You know you're a missed in chaos And i've let this through my with the service you arrive at a big accident sane. And it's not an draining flashing lots everywhere. It's very disorienting. The farm and the police ambulance paypal and and it just. It's a shock when you jump out of that helicopter. Get out of the car to at that same. Well that's what i felt like. When we arrived on sought at thailand. They were people everywhere and they're all wearing different uniforms the opposite nays in mud. It's rining the media is enormous in its presence Always cameras in vices relates painful from australia. What am i going gonna contribute. Are you welcomed now. We had a local fisa. A tie guy who works for the australian embassy who was leading us through this. But it was still very coyote. In a sense and i've well-meaning mafikeng feeling was unable to s- fun. Rick and john liberty stores and just talked to them to ground myself and to get some information about the kype because as you rightly pointed out fist. Party was to mine safety. I'll have to make sure that. I can safely this caved the kids and i remember rick sign. All harry. United states sporting. But i think you'll be all right. I mean that's like edmund. Hillary telling you that it's just a bit of a joke to the top of the hill base a side good. These guys are like world-class legislates and and for rick and johnson through this guy of inside. It's not too bad. Really i defined myself because if i can't get myself to the end of the cave anaheim safely then there's nothing i can do for these children. So and he said it was quite a lot of pressure on me to just go in the next day and stop and mesa tossing these children. Okay wait wait wait wait wait wait. I wanna go to the pressure piece for minute. What does that mean. There was a lot of pressure on me. Well rick and john and bob into other british Dolphins had arrived working with the time. Ib seals were wyking some allah Skype 'davis on the same. And i wit and closely with the local government. And this this plan to anesthetize the children and bring them out. Unconscious head started to really take hold Despite the fact that. I'd tell that i thought it was preposterous end. Impossible but you brought your medicine now. I didn't bring any medicine. But i bought a plan in my hair but really jump on applying flawed and thailand with a bag full of should do drugs For jurisco done the same thing. It's still didn't come back okay. Good so. I know it wasn't going to do that but i knew i had the The whole thai army medical corps on disposal. If you're not actually sent her a recipe list in a whole list of medications. Which i had toyed with the idea of using so i'd send that aid side the everything would be in place. Should we go down this path. But i was a long way. From being convinces. This was the best option. And for the most. Since i was the guy who would be wielding the syringe ahead to make sure that it was the only option before i was gonna anywhere anyway because for several reasons i was convinced that this would result in the death of every single. One of those children show. I wasn't in backing on that lot right. So this is true. Expedition of Trek edition in a different way. You're not trying to summit something. You're trying to save something. Someone was this. Your training. That was leading to that That decision or was this an intuition you had that there was some sort of psychology involved. Some sort of human behavior that was involving putting a needle in these young compromised. Humans is going to be far more dangerous than try to relax them to swim for a long period of time underwater or be dragged. However it goes will i guess this was equal paths the science and the about four on a scientific level. There was several major concerns. That i i had about whether this could possibly work and some of the is had been validated in the training. That we'd done the scenarios that we'd run for example on one occasion wondering whether whether it would be possible to bring out an unconscious keva underwater and say i modeled that bar pretending to be unconscious for the full face mask on so that i didn't have to hold a regulator in my mouth described in and out of the mosque and table to drag me round on the water on a stretch and very quickly i found incrementally a little bit of water started to enter the mosque and elissa two active steps to clear that then inevitably are felt. I would have drowned. So based on that and several other sociological principles around anesthesia and diving. I could just say all these little holes happening up. That would inevitably kill these kids. The second thing was this is completely unprecedented. No one has ever been a nascent. Housed and immersed with the exception of one person edgar pask who was a british physiologist. Who is working in the second world war and ostlund about it passed during my anesthesia training because he invented a pace equipment that we use but the way invented it was that he wanted to test the my west loch jackets apology using the english channel. And the idea was. I needed to know for sure. All when the life jacket would keep the amens head out of the water if the and was unconscious and so he got some payable to flight around in a pool and fine unconsciousness. Spe couldn't be convinced that they were really being unconscious and promptly floppy And maybe they were rotting themselves at the last moment so he had himself a ties into by and putting the pool On the loft jacket and thus proved that the law decades do wick. so.

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"army medical corps" Discussed on H-Hour: A Sniper's Podcast

H-Hour: A Sniper's Podcast

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"army medical corps" Discussed on H-Hour: A Sniper's Podcast

"Have a shop on their on our website. A new default trump actually where they sell this trauma kits individual first aid kit stuff that you would like to. You would need do need when you walk in these kind of these kind of environments they. There is a discount code and give you which is h. h. o. u. all h our hr without the hyphen page. And i'll get you ten percent check out and you also when you buy stuff from them. The trauma packs. You get free up hockey. I've gotcha got one of the studio pretty funky odd docker with website on all social media. Search the easy peasy on my guest. Today is neil hollandsworth near as ex royal army medical corps. Then out to become a spouse is also serve which she is serving now and when he left she was still serving. He became basically housewife. Like a stay at home husband and in the process he set up explore coffees. He's the founder and director of explorer copies. He's a good guy this is. Hr podcast miami's ukiah guest. Today is neil home's.

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"army medical corps" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"army medical corps" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Sophisticated lady by the charles. Mingas sextet and eric toffee. This is democracy now democracy now dot org the quarantine report. I'm amy goodman a warning or audience. The following story contains graphic descriptions and images of police violence. We now turn to. Virginia where lieutenant in the army. Medical corps is suing to police officers. Who pepper sprayed and pushed him to the ground. Point their guns at him during a traffic stop at a gas station. Last december lieutenant koran. Who is black. Latinx next man was wearing his army uniform. At the time as ara says. He drove to the gas station to avoid pulling over in a dark road after he noticed a police car flashing. Its lights at him so that he could be somewhere public and well lit whylie interacted with them. Video of the attack. In the town of windsor. Virginia has sparked outrage right here. What's going on going on. I'm serving his country and this is how treated to what's going on what's going on. I'm sorry what now going on and now she's out the door work with doesn't we'll talk to you get out to you. Receive an order obey it. I'm i'm honestly afraid to get out. Get out woods going on. Go out. I have not committed any crimes whether you're right now your rest for. I think maybe you think violation. I do not have to get out the vehicle. You haven't even told me why being really get your heart. Get your hands off and doesn't get your off me and you know what your hands off me became. I didn't do anything. don't do that. Data gonna now don't do. I'm trying to tell you i'm trying. I'm organizers lex. He's relaxed on on on actively serving. This country is how you gonna treatment. I didn't do. Whoa what's going hold on watch. It was.

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"army medical corps" Discussed on WTH Podcast

WTH Podcast

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"army medical corps" Discussed on WTH Podcast

"Sounds like they're used fruitvale station. Defense i thought i was reaching for my taser. I i don't know what they're saying. I just know that this is the next thing that's coming. You don't know what he was reaching. We don't know what someone's reaching for when they reach back in their car. That's what the That's what the chief of police said during the press conference. Yeah shocking yeah. I was an accident. Yeah oh we don't know what he was doing with their on drugs see how he was they. They pulled him over for the air freshener in his own his mirror. Well was it blocking his vision. That's the that's the rationale. It's and it's another one of those we can't. We can't stop black people because we've been called for racial profiling so we're going to put in bullshit so that we can do. Oh they like to have air. I in their seal so there you go back. In december karen. Dario was driving his newly purchased. Chevy tahoe home when two cops pulled him over in windsor virginia whip out their guns and started barking. Orders with their weapons. Raised demanded that navarro. Who is black and latino. Get out of the suv. He looked in the mirror saw. He was being held at gunpoint. Then place the cell phone on the dashboard film. He repeatedly asked noah what was going on at one point even admitted to being afraid to leave his vehicle. One of the officers said yeah. You should be. Oh he's a second lieutenant in the. Us army medical corps was coming home to work in in full uniform. Do we not respect the troops where y which which person in in uniform should we be okay with so another thing. That was subject was broached during the debate. Well here's a voice say that part so when Black man served in the military back during world war two. They were often lis- when they got home for wearing their military uniforms because they were being up by displaying their pride in being in the military so that was one but this was also brought up in. If you were at the debate and you actually listen to the that officer. Tatum said you'd find out that he's probably a bad cop to. I'm shocked and stunned by this revelation. Yeah if he heard himself he he he would say and then the thing that was today because again he wasn't prepared with information so i got him on this one to what he did. He was debating without any information. What so so so today. He posted a video inside. The he's going to explain it but before he talks about the video and how the off. Though that was wrong he posted a video of somebody who killed the with a long gun to lead into that has to do ten right. That was in new mexico. This was in virginia. Neither one had anything to do with it and he was like well. Why was the. He's in the military. Why would he be afraid. The fucking had i wore. Bdu's us don't have them. Kevlar proof sit. They don't have kevlar in a well at your head either. they don't believe. I think i read some that. That was like a known corridor for being pulled over while black in. that's why he also went to a lighted location. Like that should have been the first thing that the guy knew the poltimore originally. He's going to alighted location. That's why he obviously is not trying to fuck shit up. He's trying to trying to get us on camera. He put his signal light so they know that he knew that they were behind it. Yeah and then he drove to area and the fucking cops said afterwards when he was trying to get him not to file charges against them he said yes. This happens a lot with might and it's usually with minorities is not all but it's like eighty percent of minorities. Well dr welby area and pull over so you already know that. This is what he's doing. 'cause you just admit that s what you knew was. Then he's through in. Well you know if you want to let this go we want arrest you but if you wanna fight it will will will will arrest you and you can go to court Great that's that sounds like it. That's i'm not even black. I'm angry changing the subject. I'm sorry there was there's an alabama. Gop senate candidate. He's extremely outraged at fair allegations. He was until he found out. There was a seventeen minute tape of him talking about sex with his mistress. he said. let me say unequivocally. These baseless allegations are entirely felt beginning in two thousand nineteen. This woman began texting communicating with me through social media while we exchange tax. She even visited my office. It was clear she had other intentions. That were bordering on obsession. I alerted my wife cindy to this. And we both agreed to cut off any and all communication with her while he was summoning all of that righteous indignation a legal assistant who merrill said he was almost certainly was not having affair with was handing. Al dot com a seventeen minute recording a phone call between the two of them. The indicated otherwise they were discussing various sexual acts performed. during dozens of romantic encounters. Merrill appeared to be trying to end the affair saying on tape that he was seeking. The lord's help stay away from the woman because he put it on them. I read. I read this story before you before you posted it see was a free see put it on. And he had to seek the lord to get away from that walks. That's what it was wasn't it wasn't just that it wasn't just that wop kareem. Oh no because we have some screen shots where where he says Oh this is this is what she says. It was a picture of her and part of it is scribbled out. You know because you wanna make sure that it's safer twitter but it is a screen. Grab of a phone and She is wearing a a wearable fallas. She said i can't. I can't for you to go to ono. He says. I can't for you to tie me up to the bed and make me beg for your cock. I want to tell you up and swallow your ball. Suck that hard cock and fuck you up that ass. Would you like that he replies. Of course you'll be rewarded for your patience. I can't talk anymore we'll talk. Oh my god look if that's what you like good for you. But it wasn't. It wasn't the wop. The the sex thing message leaked included him. Asking to be pegged buys mistress. So there you go. He's the alabama secretary of state He has a fixation with homosexual activities. Saying it was harming the us moral core. He blamed the media of course and soccer star. Megan rappeneau wow right..

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