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"conventional army" Discussed on Mentors for Military Podcast

Mentors for Military Podcast

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"conventional army" Discussed on Mentors for Military Podcast

"Because of the fact that there may not be a straight answer this going to be in a textbook. I mean, it starts with you know, the fact like you've mentioned, the could you call it an individual the winter ranger school and Liz this ranger standard. If you don't put it out there. You don't try to use the fact that you have a tab in call yourself, a ranger the fact that you still went to the school signifies something I mean, like we're all talking about here. It's that is that way. Like, you mentioned Don somebody's looking on that left sleeve to see the schools that you've gone through. Okay. You know, you've gone through ranger school. You may have gone through us and Q and been through special forces. You've achieved certain things, you know, you may have been you know, you got your jump wings. You've gotta see I be whatever the case may be. There's that whole thing that everybody focuses in on to measure. For the individual. And certainly ranger school's always been one of those. But then I also look at those guys at never make it to ranger school and spend their time in the military in a ranger regiment as an infantryman, but in any role for that matter and regiment, but certainly, you know, as an infantryman and spent six month deployments or less over in combat. Multiple deployments in that same period to say that that individuals not arranger would not be fair either because they live the ranger standard and the ranger creed every day. Yeah. And again that comes down to you know, the individual you have ranger qualified. It's like, you're airborne qualified or your Pathfinder qualified if you you can have the badge if you're not doing a job, you know, again, you got to have a refreshing when you go back through there. And those things are kind of been, you know, it was a tab wear and a tab bear, you know. And then we tunes aren't that? Was like, hey, you know, here's the three criteria. To be to be arranger. You know, this is his opinion. But he was like you got to go to the school. You got get you have to get your ranger tab. Then you need you need to be in regiment. You know, those are two things you have Tabare Tabare. Those are the guys, you know, they do it day in and day out. That's not the say that the guy that came from the eighty second on the twenty fifth. You know, doesn't go to the course, and then comes back, and you know, doesn't day in day out do his job. But at his particular time that he's serving you know, he is in the twenty fifth idea. He is in the eighty second airborne, you know, he's airborne ranger qualified. But again, it goes back to what you do every single day. And you know, people that you're around that also takes us back to the very beginning in this conversation about how it's meant to be that type, of course, that you can go back in to bring that knowledge of that course, back into your individual units and add only as a leader, but sharing some of the knowledge that came out of that course, with their individual unit, your Petuna, whatever the case may be that your commanding that timeframe just like people in regiment, the whole idea is that you don't spend fifteen twenty years in regiment that you actually are supposed to go back to the conventional army and spent some time there, and we both know Paul some guys who have done that. But there that's supposed to be the pipeline. The pipeline is supposed to be taken individuals from the Commissioner army synonym into ranger regiment. Taking guy some ranger regiments Senate amac of the conventional army and that that breeds that. Kind of understanding of what being arranger is all about. Yeah. That's all from Abrahams. Charter, you know, we're not supposed to hoard knowledge. And then just have the best fighting team in the world. You know, it's not not like we have a fighting Super Bowl that we're all going to you know, so. Spread the knowledge sharing the wealth. Like, that's that's crucial to to the whole system. The whole ranger system. And I don't know what kind of leader you would be or what kind of I mean can be ranger a leader. Right. So. People sharing knowledge mentor, someone that didn't have the same opportunity as you. I guess. I mean..

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"conventional army" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"conventional army" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Recognizably organized as more of a conventional army and then hopefully we put somebody in charge who you know doesn't turn into a completely radical s bag within a year of us leaving and there's absolutely if past is prologue and with our history in that part of the world will probably put somebody in charge who will declare jihad on the united states today after we leave or something like that all right when we come back on this date in nineteen fortythree as a symbol a representation of a greater tragedy of world war two that we never talk about right after this dark secret place brian suits in here how to make your california your rifle in california compliance a little later on the show kfi am six forty more stimulating talk michael should pay when the news police in india say they're trying to figure out if it's a massive suicide or verte in the case of eleven members of the same family found dare that a home in new delhi ten of the bodies were found blindfolded and hanging from the ceiling police say there wasn't a suicide note and no signs of any gunshot wounds on the bodies fully endowed say two men have been shot and killed outside of otell on firestone boulevard shooter was arrested several hours later in santa fe springs cops say this all started with the shots fired at rick's motel about eleven thirty in the morning and that the shooter had some type of dispute with them and he killed the minimum wage in la for businesses with twenty six or more employees going up to thirteen twenty five an hour from twelve dollars an hour the pay hike starts tomorrow it's part of a law that will eventually booth the minimum wage to delay the fifteen bucks per hour by two thousand twenty forecast and a tech the better drive now in the what a one next hey it's sharon bellio now that summer's here there's nothing.

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"conventional army" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"conventional army" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"In the world who are willing to accommodate this kind of a transition and yet i think really the this is very real i you know if you go back and you look at the history of north korea's engagement with us there were many false starts there were many false really no meeting of the minds and what you have in this particular instance it appears at this point at least is a real meeting of the minds and if it's real it will move quickly you don't need some of the confidence building measures that you previously would have needed they can go straight to the idea of how you define inspections how you go after the the process of denuclearizing and a couple of very quick things that are worth saying you know i i've heard all morning wrong on npr and other places people saying that you know what's going to be the the reduction in nuclear weapons in the south and you need to understand there are no tactical nuclear weapons left in south korea i also think we keep our people there it's a trip wire it's a deterrent but at the same time remember that north korea isn't left naked here they they have the fourth largest conventional army in the world without nukes and so at the end of the day they get huge economic benefit they're brought into the into the light from the darkness there will be a lot of blinking there'll be a lot of recoil it will not be it will not be smooth it will be stop and start but with the intent real i think we're in a position we haven't been at probably in seventy years rubber charles former assistant secretary of state for president george w bush and you also served in the reagan administration and in the bush forty s white house so you've been around town in the diplomatic sphere for quite some time what do you say to those who are criticizing last night's action saying listen kim jong un wanted only one thing and that was to be seen on on the equal footing as the president united states as the world's great leader he's got the handshake he's got the.

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"conventional army" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"conventional army" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"He will he will need to do something i mean he basically said that if he could figure out where these missiles were delivered from he would take take revenge i'm hoping that there might have been an understanding before the attack and that is what preps has slowed things down where we're putin is is an he took his he took his ships put about to see that was a sign that i think it was misinterpreted initially people thought that he was sending those ships out to sea to confront the us navy i think they got him out to sea for safety he probably took his soldiers away from where syrian military forces we're going to be to make sure that they were gonna protect the force there if putin wants to help assad right now what he does is he increases this conventional army and and that's the challenge that that's sought has right now his conventional forces so depleted that he's forced to use chemicals to try to put down these insurrections that are taking place certain neighborhoods in inside a close to the city of damascus that he doesn't even control so i think if he wants to help him you know he gives him more military equipment but i hate to say but he's gonna turn around and slaughter civilians with it anyway so so as as as much as not using chemicals we can still expect a lot of casualties to come out of syria know how close the facilities that we hit tonight or to the syrian population they i assume they're pretty isolated locations especially the chemical facility that's where they actually are manufacturing and chemical weapons are hard you know in that you have to deliver.

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"conventional army" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

Stay Tuned with Preet

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"conventional army" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

"Military even as a lone wolf sworn allegiance to al qaeda for example and believe in jihad that is you've just hit on the essence of how the terrorist threat to our nation has evolved over the last eight ten years so in the first term of the obama administration in the second term of the bush administration we were grappling with a terrorist threat that encompassed individuals who were part of al qaeda l shebab other organizations who had trained with these organizations been equipped by these organizations who had existed in the geographic location with these organizations and had accepted orders much like a conventional army by a leader of this organization classic example being the nine eleven defendants and it's easy to to identify them as soldiers in that effort correct right so when you're dealing with a self radicalized actor someone who is inspired by something they see on the internet who may not have ever met a single other individual in the terrorist organization that they ascribe to i think that model collapses i think for the self radicalized actor civilian law enforcement has to be these has to be the answer and then going to the questions raised about the indefinite nature of certain kinds of conflict like we're now we've been at war with al qaeda another terrorist organizations coming on seventeen years now and so if a war is going to last forever is it appropriate to have indefinite detention for people who you're not trying in any fashion i gave a whole speech on this exact topic but don't do that here again we'll do the headline november two thousand twelve i gave a speech at the oxford union when will the war against alqaeda end the try to answer this question.

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"conventional army" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"conventional army" Discussed on WLOB

"We are aw welcome back to the jim bohannon show one eight six six five o jimbo post world war two of course the term communist insurgency appeared in a lot of different places sometimes the communist just mattered a conventional army started marching like they did in korea but often there were things such as happened in malaysia where the british were their principal opponents or in the philippines now in max boots book the road not taken how did the success that edward lansdale had in the philippines compare with what he faced in vietnam in other words we're the two nations at all analogous well he certainly had greater success in the philippines was a less challenging situation because the communists insurgency that he faced there the hook rebellion to not have outside support in the philippines also had more history of democracy and was also much more favorably inclined towards americans because it had been an american colony for a lot of years so it was it was an and he also had the good fortune to work with the charismatic and very effective leader in her own mock side who was defense minister of the philippines and then with lonsdale's helped became president of the philippines so that was a much more advantageous attrition you had a much more difficult time and south the anonymous newly created artificial stateless no history of democracy and no understanding of american ways and working with somebody denzel ziama was autocratic and aloof and not at all charismatic not at all in natural democrat and now the people like ramon i am so you know his success in in in vietnam was much more limited just because the situation was so so much more difficult and then of course headlines there was a bit of an iconic last himself here from one page one hundred ninety eight of the road not taken the diplomatic scene in saigon was governed by the same rigid and stuffy rules of protocol as that in paris with the added the sesame or so it was perceived among western on voice of not losing face among orientals who most viewed as not quite their equals but so lacking in resources was lansdale only about earlier a kingpin in the philippines leak caused double takes when a long line of black cars discharging selfimportant occupancy ride for his first diplomatic reception at the palace in.

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"conventional army" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"conventional army" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"At tennessee was now becoming a focal point was this is surprised price to anybody it shouldn't bay because as i said this isn't the case it your defeating new year against the conventional army and that one day you have an unconditional surrender and that they disappear oh with alqaeda and indeed with the islamic state of the group will suffer defeats it's leaders have been killed in operations but it doesn't completely evaporate it still house a number of fighters the number of political members who will continue to try to operate in many ways the killing them not just one but indeed up to twelve senior members of alqaeda the mahgreb recently could be argued was quite a successful operation that actually shows how law enforcement as well as governments were cooperating to check it because this was a joint knees in algerian operation it was a highly successful operation that is you note amongst us twelve commanders killed two very senior operatives in the movement and so while i'm not you know place at all about what is happening versus i'll tell you the madre i i think you could see governments and law enforcement have reacted in the area an end that this isn't simply case that al qaeda's marching in unchecked it is one of those issues as it as we mentioned a moment ago that as islamic state loses his stronghold in the likes of syria and iraq you have fighters men and women in need of another ideology another group to join an there are reports outlay that al qaeda in the maghreb is effectively hoovering up i ask veterans.

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"conventional army" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"conventional army" Discussed on WCHS

"Very different mission then say the conventional army is just normally able to do with the drop of a hat uh when they were confronted with the horses which was not part of the mission brief they didn't blink they had did know how to ride i mean when i asked them it was why said did you ever ride before well maybe it summer camp you know is that kind of thing and so here you are carrying out really one of the most extorted historic missions and uh us history uh hint jessica write a force and while you're being shot at your okay well yeah how hard he that be um you know you know it some of it is just hor sense common sense and grit and uh but it takes a special kind of soldier to be able to really just think because the generals the afghans are watching them as they get on the horses see the whole thing the moment you set foot into this environment the war has begun even though bullets not been fired if you can't get on the horse the afghan says while these guys have come and they can't even fight like we fight that's why they're not wearing helmets one of the questions i would get from the screenwriter's was why the helmets and why the horses well they're not wearing helmets so you don't wear a helmet either because it separates you from your uh cohort you working by with and through them towards one common goal it's ah you know the they're really diplomats and warriors on one now were they training these uh these afghan forces these northern tribes obviously a lot of the battle was being done in on their turf it's being done in in their methodology ah with with horses and the like but there must have been some training involved some cohesiveness some coordination involved well there is coordination through uh communication networks and then uh obviously communication with the aircraft overhead for airstrikes but really the you know they arrive a tober 19th and by the 21st or so they're on the move and they're on the move uh moving forward against the taliban lines which have been in a stalemate because as i said earlier they could never really take the ground but now when they take.

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"conventional army" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"conventional army" Discussed on KQED Radio

"You mountains all around it so easy to hide out easy to hide satellites aren't going to see you people are going to know you there and then at the same time you've got these three different ethnic groups they're all kind of mistrust each other the taliban couldn't control it the soviets can control of the brits couldn't control it and then we decided that we wanted to try and what was the response you know it was great is the army it's been a month there and had all these eighteen year old shaved young soldiers with helmet's on that look a lot like russians to these people we were wearing local clothes we had beards vicotry is like men because in their culture if you don't have a beard you're not a man and we could communicate with them in a much better way than the conventional army before us could and so those guys kinda set us up for success because we really look good to local people in comparison to her parents guys like that's right and so we started spending money on the local economy we started by and pepsi's ustr by food we started employing local people to help us build up our camp the influx of money and the fact that we had beards and we were respectful of their culture gave us a good three or four weeks of a honeymoon period where there is very little violence and then the violence came you know every couple of weeks we'd get a rocket attack of five or six or ten rockets and very rarely would they be effective but it was a statement from the enemy to the people dead in americans may be here but we're still here and we're not going away at this point what are you understanding as your mission because on the one hand you are ingratiating yourself with the locals and then on the other hand you're also fighting off fees taliban or alqaeda fighters the in ten of us being there was too.

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"conventional army" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"conventional army" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Idea was as long as we have nuclear weapons nobody's ever gonna fight another major ground war korea of course proves that wrong we do fight ground combat and because of that we find ourselves faced again with all the problems that major ground combat entails the requirement for special reconnaissance requirement to do direct action nations the requirement to work with guerrilla forces all of that happens in korea united nations sean member cautious of violence against the communist in april my team 52 a visionary by the name of major general the core puts together a plan to create both special forces and psychological operations units within the army on a permanent basis in korea and later and laos in vietnam the special forces were used to train local anticommunist forces this idea of working with the local people so you're living with them eating working with them day in day out in taking them from a very basic level of training in two more advanced combat units that their nation can then use in the field against their enemies president kennedy recognize the effectiveness of this tactics and the value of the special forces and in 1960 wine he visited their home in fort bragg north carolina where he a demonstration of the green berets those of you who served here you are maintaining freedom all around the glow it was during that demonstration that the special forces put on their green berets and wore them openly they had adopted the iconic headwear in europe during world war two they work with partisans and so they understood that when they were dressed as locals in europe this embraces a natural part of the gear box and merit again they were allowed to wear the berets in europe with no prop but in the united states they were not allowed to wear them they're considered gun military they were considered unmanly they're considered unamir 10 but the special forces soldiers loved the green beret it was a symbol of distinction it set them apart from a conventional army and for ten years they broke the rules m capped wearing them at least when they were out in the field fastforward to 1960 wine in the special forces were still an obscure poorly understood corner of the military lieutenant general william yarborough known as the.

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"conventional army" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"conventional army" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"I think like industry i'm not gonna like do the academic track anymore and was kind of a slow evolution so i was out there had my resume posted on job sites and stuff looking around just got an email saying do you want to in are interested in a position at asked aims really an on like this is spam i don't know anything about rocket some not an engineer i don't yell i'ma biologist yeah so um talked to my wife she's like you have to apply its jeff absolutely so i thought well all right um lease i could go and see the base and kind of look around because i saw it on the side of the highway sign new there's some nasa thing here and um was when i talk to the hiring manager she really convince me that this is a really cool opportunity um um kinda got gummy two different had space of not just doing basic research but doing applied research and working with a whole different kadre of engineers and operations and safety yeah and i don't know it just really appeal to me so i took a chance and took the job as pretty awesome like i always say that when people think of nasa they think of rockets and telescopes biology is a huge part of that speaking of biology with sometimes we have humans up in space excellent segue all right well shane let's how 'bout you how did you become an astronaut while came the other several rac avenues to get to be an astronaut i came through the military army officer apache pilot um my our whole army career now i took a little detour towards the end of um i would say my conventional army career when i went to graduate school at georgia tech and then i.

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"conventional army" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"conventional army" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"I think like industry i'm not gonna like do the academic track anymore and was kind of a slow evolution so i was out there had my resume posted on job sites and stuff looking around just got an email saying do you want to in are interested in a position at asked aims really an on like this is spam i don't know anything about rocket some not an engineer i don't yell i'ma biologist yeah so um talked to my wife she's like you have to apply its jeff absolutely so i thought well all right um lease i could go and see the base and kind of look around because i saw it on the side of the highway sign new there's some nasa thing here and um was when i talk to the hiring manager she really convince me that this is a really cool opportunity um um kinda got gummy two different had space of not just doing basic research but doing applied research and working with a whole different kadre of engineers and operations and safety yeah and i don't know it just really appeal to me so i took a chance and took the job as pretty awesome like i always say that when people think of nasa they think of rockets and telescopes biology is a huge part of that speaking of biology with sometimes we have humans up in space excellent segue all right well shane let's how 'bout you how did you become an astronaut while came the other several rac avenues to get to be an astronaut i came through the military army officer apache pilot um my our whole army career now i took a little detour towards the end of um i would say my conventional army career when i went to graduate school at georgia tech and then i.

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"conventional army" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"conventional army" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"But it hidden there was no conversation about and it got yeah while not yeah um and and then of course let's talk about a little bit about how the bush administration and how the pentagon gone responded so quickly i think um in terms of sending special forces to afghanistan right away to try to root out our terrorist enemies there and and and what happened in the aftermath them and you were able to witness a lot of it you were i mean that's how we all got to know you a as the spokesperson for the pentagon um reflect that a little bit you are it was again time has a way of really making clear what's important what not it was a stunning example of how quickly the military could hit that and transition to very unconventional warfare and before nine eleven there were a lot of people sector rumsfeld and others in national security from both sides of the aisle thayn look different kinds of threats out there it looks like we will pay conventional army or conventional enemy it's more likely be asymmetrical but we know nobody was to care about the finding that mine eleven was the epitome of asymmetrical right and and issued bureaucracy of the us military immediately pivoted in federal can't we can do that right and we can go into places like afghan and what they fit equipment and that was i think it was going to be really careful with my words but that wasn't a galvanizing moment for the transformation of the us military and you he really positive longterm impact matt it might have taken longer i think the military would have begun a really important transformation for 21st century warfare fighting even if it hadn't been for nine eleven but that was galvanizing but you know when you when you take a job in the new administration and you you're going to be the spokesperson at the pentagon and working communications public affairs for the pentagon you know that you're going to be dealing with men of military things but you where you had no idea that this was no reason you and you and i have talked about the plot off hair with when the rim by went to the pentagon certainly didn't expect anything like that at i i am a change in i'm like helping dig bureaucracies transform to meet modern day challenges and.

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"conventional army" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"conventional army" Discussed on talkRADIO

"Is necessarily history it's government propaganda an and the whole country is indoctrinated i mean some very weird place i mean the the militry which is about a million strong although there's probably fourtonne many that could be put it in the union home what the mascot conflict they actually physically bigger than the rest of the population many of these people are actually stall thing that you know there is doris straits an apart from the military um you know this is this is a normal place in any sense that we might conceive of it it's an incredibly difficult situation i mean you you go the growing missile developed the klan pretty north koreans who believed to have about a thousand smith's house you have this massive conventional army which is equipped with obsolete equipment nevertheless all sorts of all tillery conventional artillery pieces tracing speaking south korea and in particular so so if anyone did start a conflict we might remember we didn't actually win the lost conflict it ended in stalemate hence the partition of the country probably would be enormous destruction wrought meantime there are other programs of course in parallel to the missile development program you'll have the atomic programme you also have and this is perhaps the most significant one of oversaw he blew a program that the north koreans running believed to be one of the most secretions operations in the world on like missile under topic programs like this is it this is a guy who sees himself as his come we save you he is convinced the country faces the biggest threat it's faced in fifty years so one but we've had lots of experts on today saying you know we've got to be we've got to use diplomatic we've got to talk to him we'll go to a piece it that's not gonna work appeasement has never worked in north korea this is a guy who is building an arsenal and the and and do you agree that is something in or someone has to stop him from doing that's what we see this guy's a sort of 10 to and he's got weapons at indeed and he built top as a saint by certain propaganda machine but do not assume that this man is necessarily the man who is absolutely in charge in north korea really this is a military dictatorship and there was a triumvirate swiftly uh at the top of it so what are we see him as.

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"conventional army" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"conventional army" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The same time you've got these three different ethnic groups they're all kind of mistrusting each other the taliban couldn't control it the soviets getting control of the brits couldn't control it and then we decided that we wanted to try and what was the response was great is the army it's been a month there and had all these eighteen year old shaved young soldiers with helmet's on that looked a lot like russians to these people we were running local close we had beards bigotry is like men because in their culture if you don't have a beard you're not a man and we could communicate with them in a much better way than the conventional army before us could ensue so those guys can set us up for success because we really look good to local people in comparison that have passed yet that's right and so we started spending money on the local economy we started by and pepsi's whose turbine food we started employing local people to help us build up our camp the influx of money and the fact that we had beards and we were respectful of their culture gave us a good three or four weeks of a honeymoon period where there is very little violence and then the violence came every couple of weeks we get a rocket attack of five or six or ten rockets and very rarely would they be effective but it was a statement from the enemy to the people dead in the americans may be here but we're still here we're not going away in at this point what are you understanding as your mission because on the one hand you you are ingratiating yourself with the locals and then on the other hand you're also fighting off his taliban or alqaeda fighters the intent of us being there is to prevent afghanistan from ever becoming a sanctuary for terrorists in the future that we're trying to disrupt the powerbase in that one little valley and so we got really be engaged local commune energy and you know we pumped money into the economy higher local fighters we had a hundred and thirty local afghans that their families in their villages were now benefiting from the fact.

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"conventional army" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

SOFREP Radio

02:25 min | 4 years ago

"conventional army" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

"So i don't know how i was told the same thing about ramadi uh you know the press was saying like five hundred to a thousand dash in that city in my contacts saying a hundred tops top set yet tops and i and i suspect was probably the same in volusia in missile i dunno outmuscled i mean there's definitely more people in seoul but i still don't think it's the like thousands and thousands that the the media makes it out today yeah i don't think lower it just also trying to scare people i go so what are you knew would you take away from your year in theater over there i mean as a cab hunter chastened chasing the war jason the action in all these a foreign cultures that you immerse yourself in people you met would take away from this experience dan i i took away a lot um i guess number one was the i figured out that on on john chasing a fight because it's probably not even worth it anyway specially over and especially over isis after what would you talked about um uh definitely nonsmoking worth going over there and risking their lives you know and like fuck man like even if i die like okay like what what what is it i so but uh you know i'm a i'm happy that i did it i definitely don't have any regrets uh i met a lot of cool dudes you know i met a lot of people that i probably didn't wanna meet but they definitely made it entertaining you know get funny stories did some fun shift that uh i didn't think i'd ever do especially if i was in a conventional army you know 'cause they got sucking people mock down now can't do fucking anything i think the whole story of and when you see like you've been there is you talk about it all the time jack you post articles up on software up and there's always these people like me and if i can only go over there there's so many people who talk should online oh yeah hear these stories that that you know say the go over there in a heartbeat even for military guys who they they do fully capable going over there but they just never would you're one of those americans are the minority who said you know what i'm gonna join this fight.

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"conventional army" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:37 min | 4 years ago

"conventional army" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Is intelligent able to make you know complex calculations very quickly uh highdegree of patient mobility to deal with the large amount stra knob the youth anyone watch the movie america neifert he's some of the the shocked the chris had to make it iraq and urban environment very stressful cup time even having to engage women and could a lot of the terrorist is unfortunately use usual uh women uh all the battlefield it's just too into looking for somebody that could make very intelligent decisions under pressure nominee for sure that we look for uh and and and the type or the to the car program you trained chris kyle in there's been you know the movie and a lot about chris kyle can you tell us a little bit about him maybe on a personal level jerry now if i remember correctly the guy keep three to look larger than life uh yeah texan and ticket guy like a lotta career mine uh you know uh fortunately or unfortunately chris will you know in iraq and at the at a place and time where you just uh woods supporting a lotta conventional army unit that at racked up a high number of the enemy k uh and developed uh come one of our reputation of the flanker community for but but you know at the end of the day just uh an ordinary guy that your left the the seal team's in a very similar fashion that idea because we wanted to spend more time with her with our children uh and uh you know tragic what happened to harvest the most people now he was shot and killed in texas in that's another aspect of it these guys that are out there that are snipers their young bear in their twenties early thirties in their their their get married near having kids to there having families in in this is there 95 job being a sniper yes well and robert what really motivated peter reid killing school was to really he heard all this myth earlier out community what it takes to make sniper and i wanted to show people through the book would you had credible about dedication and hard work it takes to just get the qualification but then go overseas and you know.

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