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Ep. 419 - Paul de Gelder (Australia Army/Navy)
Paul de Gelder was a Navy Clearance Diver and Army Paratrooper, but his life would change forever in 2009 when he lost his right leg and much of his right arm in a brutal shark attack during an equipment test with the Navy. Paul speaks with us for over an hour recalling his rough and troubling upbringing that led him to the military, and detailing the event that nearly ended his life. Paul has since become a motivational speaker, actor, and you likely have seen his work as well on Shark Week where he continues to put his life on the line diving for some incredible footage we see each year. He also documents his story in the memoir “No Time for Fear: How a Shark Survivor Beat the Odds.” Be sure to follow him @PauldeGelder on Instagram and Twitter as well. What an amazing and inspirational story! Beyond that we react to the swearing in of new members of Congress, as well as the arraignment of former SEAL and 19-year Navy vet Edward Gallagher for war crimes. Have any questions? Shoot them over to firstname.lastname@example.org, and if you want them possibly read on the show, keep them concise.
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EP-175 | From U.S. Navy SEAL Team One to U.S. Army 160th SOAR Pilot
It's not often that we run across someone who goes from being a U.S. Navy SEAL and who then switch branches to the U.S. Army and become a 160th SOAR pilot! Meet Michael Rutledge and listen to his amazing story of how he was able to live a life of no regret. CW4 Michael G. Rutledge is the current Commander, 2nd Aviation Detachment, USMA as well as an MX400 instructor and mentor for the West Point Football, Swimming, Parachute Team, and Aviation Club. He enlisted in the U.S Navy in 1990 from Davenport, IA as a Naval Aircrewman and Helicopter Rescue Swimmer. In 1993, Rutledge was selected for Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL Training. After graduation, he was assigned to SEAL Team ONE and an assignment at the Naval Special Warfare Center at Naval Amphibious Base, Coronado, CA as an Advanced Training Instructor. He completed three overseas deployments to include several contingency operations and was deployed during Sept 11th, 2001. In addition, he served as an M-60 gunner, explosive breacher, team leader, and air operations department head. Upon return from deployment in 2002, Rutledge was accepted to Army Warrant Officer Candidate School and follow-on training as an Army Aviator. In this episode, Michael joins Robert Gowin, Erich Martin, and Scott Johnson as he talks about not only his amazing military service, but about topics that focus on the importance of finding your tribe post military service, not living a life of regret, and how it's okay to fail greatly. Robert is a retired US Army Armor and Recruiter/Retention MSG turned Fortune 50 executive; Erich Martin is an active duty U.S. Army Special Forces Master Sergeant; Scott Johnson is a former British Army EOD and Sapper. Visit https://www.patreon.com/join/Mentors4mil? to become a patron of our podcast. Join our new closed Facebook Team Room at https://www.facebook.com/groups/mentors4mil Follow Mentors for Military: iTunes: https://apple.co/1WaEvbB Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3w4RiZBxBS8EDy6cuOlbUl PodBean: https://mentorsformilitary.podbean.com/ SoundCloud: www.soundcloud.com/mentors4mil Instagram: www.instagram.com/mentors4mil Twitter: www.twitter.com/mentors4mil Facebook: www.facebook.com/mentors4mil Homepage: www.mentorsformilitary.com Use Code Mentors4mil at www.SkeletonOptics.com to receive your discount.
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