18 Burst results for "Fifth Ranger Regiment"

"fifth ranger regiment" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

First Class Fatherhood

01:38 min | 10 months ago

"fifth ranger regiment" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

"The third battalion. Seventy Fifth Ranger Regiment for his actions. During the battle, which lasted over eighteen hours, he was awarded the Bronze Star medal with Valor Mac continued to serve way beyond the battle of Mogadishu and eventually became the officer in charge of the seventy. Fifth Ranger Regiments Pre Ranger. Which helped train future leaders to pass that Grueling Army Ranger School Matt is now a motivational speaker on leadership is just a tremendous honor for me to have on the podcast mad as a hero, and of course, a first-class father. Matt Eva's men will be here with me and just a few minutes, so please stick around for the interview and today's interview. WIT-. Matt has been was recorded on video, and is available for you guys to watch Youtube Channel if you'd like to watch the conversation between myself and the army. Army Ranger Legend please subscribed Youtube Channel Incas into description of today's podcast episode, and that is the second hero from the battle of Mogadishu to join me here on the PODCAST, so if you're a big fan of the movie black, Hawk down like I gotTa flip it back episode to forty three and listen to my interview with night, Stalker Pilot Mike Durant Mike was flying. The Second Blackhawk helicopter was shot down the Somalia that day back in nineteen ninety-three, he was captured and held hostage for eleven days before being released. Released and I gotta be honest guys. It still amazes me that I've had the opportunity to speak with these incredible men. It's one thing to interview the greatest sports legends of all time, but I cannot even begin to express how humble Diane they interview the heroes of our American military. If you look back through the Archives of the show, you'll find my interviews with a whole bunch of navy. Seals Green Berets four medal of honor recipients, and even a few Goldstar parents. I am forever grateful for their service and I. I pray to God, that I am living and will continue to live a life worthy of their sacrifice, so let's show it to it right now, and as always guys. Please tell me spread the word about this podcast. Every father in your neighborhood in your contact list. Let them know about the show. It's celebrating fatherhood.

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"fifth ranger regiment" Discussed on The Sheepdog Project

The Sheepdog Project

06:56 min | 1 year ago

"fifth ranger regiment" Discussed on The Sheepdog Project

"Welcome back to mind to the warrior dock with you here as always special treat got two guests on the line to talk hammered control. Stop the bleed. Tactical Emergency Casualty Care Tactical Combat. As care whatever you WANNA call it. I have two very special guests to authorities on the subject guys that I am texting with what? How many times a day do we text back and Forth Fifteen twenty times a day at least at least at out of or something POPs up on us on a slow day so we'll go ahead and go alphabetically by first name so andy introduce yourself for his. Am Andrew Fisher. Here I am a current medical student Previously as a P. A. N. is seventy Fifth Ranger Regiment and Currently serve on the Committee on technology. Combat Casualty Care and chair the National League months. So yeah there we go josh. Yeah Josh Wbob go thanks Mike I'm an Er doc and CO member With with these guys in this stop to bleed effort I run a little group called. I care provider. Were kind of like the first or oldest sort of independent effort in the campaign in my part time. I I'm I'm a sort of the civilian perspective on the COP and they use our dock and I do all those things with a bunch local teams in federal agencies. So I like to. I like to get you guys this perspective of from from your background in for my background in how we're all looking at the same pizza the same way and taking different bites. I WANNA call our texturing and echo chamber but we do tend to we all kind of the same and we tend to kind of confirm things for one another although I th. I think at least once a week. There's probably an. Aha Moment for at least once one of us where we go. Well you know yet okay. Yeah I see the point and you know we all definitely are open to change in our mind as we get new information which I think is an important we know. That's the death of anybody in medicine and I was doing the numbers this morning. I think between the three of us. I think we have close to eighty years practicing in some fashion so for sure you know interesting just along your point I think what the greatest asset between between us and probably within our friends in our community is you know people come and ask and say you know. Hey what do you think? Hey Andy what do you think? And so we get a Lotta these. What do you think questions and we can answer most of them but then when it comes to you know that's a good question what are you. What are you guys thinking is? Is Your audience asking you the same question that my audience is asking me. I always I always really appreciate those those times and quite often when one of us gets asked a question from somebody. We're finding that. At least one of the other two have been asked the same quirks act which is extremely helpful. Yeah there's nowhere to go for these answers so any we'll start with you what giving your position With national. Stop the bleeding. What what are you I think at this point? I can't imagine anybody listening to this podcast. Who doesn't know what that is What's what's new and stop the bleed or what What where's the emphasis going as you see it so I think the big the big change that we saw this year? Is You know on on the committee. A made a lot of new recommendations for turn. It gets so all everything that was recommended by the committee. On teachable. See is now a part of stop the bleeding Whatever that is is part of the you know Acs does lead or I give provider you know. We're looking to try to incorporate Those sorts of changes into the program From our perspectives. It's it's still a lot of people are unaware of of the program and trying to figure out the best ways to kind of get that message out and how do we. How do we get the bystander to know about this as we've had trouble with healthcare providers? Ems people who are still are not aware that you know things like stop bleed and I a writer exist. Yeah Yeah I'm I'm shocked And this is something. Josh and I talked about it at a meeting. I'm always shocked by the number of emergency medicine. Physicians who don't know how to properly apply attorney and don't know how to turn it get conversion which is even more concerning right because they're going to be a first receiver In that respect and and it's something that's concerning and I think a lot. It's been my experience I don't know about you. That sometimes the people who are already in medicine or even a little bit more difficult to train and a little bit more difficult to understand the importance behind these things. I this came up In a online in DB main as night. They were kind of discussing that. You know the deeper medical professionals. Whenever they're most likely forced to go to these courses are very difficult at times not everyone but sometimes difficult to say. Hey pay attention here okay. This is important stuff simply 'cause you know you're being taught by paramedic or any impede doesn't necessarily mean it's is less valuable information right. Yeah Mike does get points. I was I was just going to point out. You know we definitely have. It's one of the things that I was kind of as a as a topic thinking about for like social media we have this inherent sort of I Dunno know conceitedness in medicine where we just assume we know everything and we. We are not willing to listen to other people particularly if we don't consider them on our level and it's a real problem because as you said you know for the most part a lot of this stuff is only now because of some of the work that you know. Andy's done and stop the bleed has done. Is it getting into residencies? You know? That's bets fifteen years too late. It's still. It's still not in nursing schools all the time to talk to the local nurses about about you know. Stop the bleeding Gets TRAUMA IN GENERAL. And it's you know it's interesting because like at its roots. We have education problem even within our own community. So I think it's sort of presumptuous of us to kind of think that we're going to be able to address it properly in the larger community when we can't even control.

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"fifth ranger regiment" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"fifth ranger regiment" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Heels army Rangers climbing to jagged, cliffs of Narbonnais point to hawk to honor the men who scaled him seventy five years ago when the value d day assault. Elderly veterans looked on Wednesday as members of the seventy fifth ranger regiment started pulling themselves up on ropes one by one ninety six year old British veteran, Richard Thomas Pelzer says he's content in thinking back to what he did seventy five years ago. Because simply reasons this. I shocked youth. The youth today can enjoy the youth parachutists will be jumping from C, forty-seven transporters in World War, cutters, and other aircraft Virginia's Republican House, speaker is calling the democratic evidence call for a special session on gun control, hasty and suspect in the wake of Friday's mass shooting in Virginia Beach speaker, Kirk Cox says it's more likely to inflame political tensions than produce real changes that keep people safe, democrat governor. Ralph north is proposing a series of gun control measures in response. Cox says the GOP will seek tougher punishments for people who commit acts of violence Cox's statement says Republicans will put forward a package of legislation to stiffen penalties for those who use firearms to commit crimes. He says addressing gun violence starts withholding criminals responsible for their actions, not infringing on the constitutional rights of law abiding, citizens Keith Peters, Washington. The Florida deputy who failed to confront again during last year's parkland massacre has. Been arrested Scott Peterson faces eleven charges including child neglect. Culpable negligence and perjury. Stemming from the February fourteenth two thousand eighteen shooting Peterson was at the Marjory stoneman Douglas, high school, but never went inside in a rebuttal to Commission's report last month. He just claimed he had acted as he had been trained on reporting that shooting killed seventeen people and wounded seventeen others more of these stories at townhall dot com. When it comes to your pain, many of.

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"fifth ranger regiment" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"fifth ranger regiment" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Patrick, 'cause he was RV writers are climbing jagged, cliffs of Narbonnais point to hawk to honor the med who scaled them seventy five years ago, and value d day assault. Elderly veterans looked on Wednesday as members of the seventy fifth ranger regiment started pulling themselves up on ropes one by one ninety six year old British veteran, Richard Thomas Pelter says he's content in thinking back to what he did seventy five years ago. Because the simple reasons. I shocked youth. So the youth today can enjoy the youth, parachutists would be jumping from C forty-seven transporters in World War, Two colors, and other aircraft Virginia's Republican House speaker is calling the democratic governors call for a special session on gun control, hasty and suspect in the wake of Friday's mass shooting in Virginia Beach speaker, Kirk Cox says it's more likely to inflame political tensions than produce real changes that keep people safe, democrat governor. Ralph Northam is proposing a series of gun control measures in response. Cox says the GOP will seek tougher punishments for people who commit acts of violence Cox's statement says Republicans will put forward a package of legislation to stiffen penalties for those who use firearms to commit crimes. He says dressing gun violence starts withholding criminals, responsible for their actions, not infringing on the constitutional rights of law abiding, citizens Keith Peters, Washington. The Florida deputy who failed to confront him and during last year's parkland massacre has. Been arrested Scott Peterson faces eleven charges including child neglect. Culpable negligence and perjury stemming from the February fourteenth two thousand eighteen shooting heater Sohn, was that the Marjory stoneman Douglas, high school, but never went inside in a rebuttal to Commission's report last month. He just claimed he had acted as he had been trained shorts Lonnie reporting the shooting killed seventeen people and wounded seventeen others more of these stories at townhall dot com. When it comes to your pain. Many of you might be skeptical.

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"fifth ranger regiment" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"fifth ranger regiment" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"News this hour from townhall dot com. Patrick fos Republicans have mixed reactions to President Trump's imposition of tariffs on Mexico beginning, June tenth Republican Senator Lindsey Graham says Mexico must be pressured into heading off the flow of migrants to the US folder. I think we should get mixed go to change his behavior. What I do think is incumbent upon the president is still basically, what they need to be doing. They're not doing. And if they do not cooperate, if it's a reasonable request. Let the tariffs go forward. Other Republicans say they may challenge the tariffs. Democratic Senator dick Durbin, meanwhile was asked to react to a Republican colleagues assessment that a five percent tariff on Mexican goods would have a negligible fact of the US economy, there will be an impact on price of goods coming back and forth between the United States and Mexico that is going to raise prices on consumers it's going to cost American jobs and frankly, it's going to hurt my farmers to be very blunt with you who have taken a beating already with this war with China betrayed President Trump declared Tuesday, the fellow Republicans would be fool. To block the tariffs. China's president Xi Jinping and Russia's president. Putin are meeting in the Saint Petersburg, international economic forum today, Lieutenant Colonel Robert mcginnis worried about the increased frequency of these meetings. In addition to their ongoing agenda, discussing a host of issues trade, obviously, and they're working, much more closely. They're also talking strategy against the United States in terms of a host of issues armed, issues, trade, routes certainly, psychological, and the like the us army Rangers are climbing the jagged, cliffs of Normandy's pointe-du-hoc to hotter, the bed who scaled him seventy five years ago in a d day assault. Elderly veterans looked on Wednesday as members. The seventy fifth ranger regiment started pulling themselves up on ropes one by one seagulls swooping above them more of these stories at townhall dot com. Donald Trump is declared war against the Federal Reserve. The winner will determine the outcome of the world's economy. My name's Adam Barada on the author of the national bestselling book gold is a better way. Trump is called the Federal Reserve crazy. His number one enemy, and believe they blown a massive asset bubble that they're rising rates will pop Trump knows. He must beat the fed to the punch before they caused another financial collapse. He'll do this by monetize gold is brilliant plan will cause the price of gold to double overnight. I laid all out in my in-depth report, the mar-a-lago accord to get this report. And a free copy of my best selling book..

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"fifth ranger regiment" Discussed on Mentors for Military Podcast

Mentors for Military Podcast

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"fifth ranger regiment" Discussed on Mentors for Military Podcast

"You'd make it to e four you had to make it easy for you guys. Remember back in the day before we could go into special forces or anything else. And so now, they changed it with eighteen x Ray and guys being able to get picked up in the delta right out of selection for SF. I did it bass ackward 's. So I went regular army first, and then went to regiment to me once getting my tab with one seventy third in Vicenza was was awesome. The only way up to build on that building block was to go to the seventy fifth ranger regiment. And I saw a lot of professionals to for them. It was another building block for them. A lot of them would go to their long walk or they would go up. You know, it was all depending on. On what you're looking for in a career? Most of the time these guys at had eight to ten years in are looking for that career change or finding that specialty that they're gonna stick with throughout the remainder of their careers. These guys aren't getting out, you know, next year. So, you know, I it the regiment became a huge building block, you know, or as I would call right of passage into the special operations world. Especially with the wrecked action. And being as busy as we've been in the g what you know, if you if you wanted to get it on that was one of the unit to go get it. Yeah. You're you're absolutely right around the reservoir Ave, huge amount of respect for for ranger regiment. Guys. I tell a lot of like, hey, here's the deal. You want to go do something? You're not quite sure. It was straight to rip and go to the ranger regiment. I said because they focus on one thing, and they do it bad ass better than anybody in the world. Like now, if you don't like rock, and you don't like salt thing that's not the place for you. And I got I got it. Explain to me one way is do you want the hammer or do you wanna scalpels we can do both? But we're notorious for the hammer. Yeah. We're we're a hundred miles an hour. All the time. I it's it's yeah. If only feel you have a hammer every probably looks like a nail. True life has to be a whole lot better in the seventy fifth though. Now, I would think than it was in the cold warrior because those guys all they did was PT and in the field and training all the damn time. So I'm hoping that you know, it's gotten better, and it really bad here. They did that was the shave it had to be shaved, you know, every day. Yeah. Absolutely. You knew was a ranger did matter whether he was wearing his patrol cap or whether it was wearing a braided matter you spot him a mile away that was link that four fingerling buzz. Cool until you totally get one right away. Yeah. Going to cut you Harry in my grainger's blend right entity. See that your heads pure white. Yeah. All the Rangers have nice tan scowl cannot that didn't work out plus Kepler's different films. I think it has to get cutter. Eric. To kind of introduce who's here in representation as we mentioned at the top here. We don't have anybody from f- soccer mar sock. But we've got somebody representing which is Mike Brits representing somebody from special forces got Tom Saturday from delta. And we got Ryan Norma, Dan this representing sending fifth regiment. And then we've got the notorious Micheal Rutledge who decided that he didn't want to be a sale and he became one sixty ish pilot. So he gets to play both sides of this. But we get to pick on him for being a seal for sure for unprepared. Yeah. You know, it was coming. We don't pick. They don't pick on anybody talking about let's kind of go through and and maybe you guys can talk a little bit about your individual training unit, or at least the background is stuff. Mike. We'll let you go first Brits. Oh, okay. Drag this out Mike because I've got some book signings. Wrap it up quick because we don't do much. Hang out eastern your party with rockstar..

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"fifth ranger regiment" Discussed on The Art of Manliness

The Art of Manliness

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"fifth ranger regiment" Discussed on The Art of Manliness

"That's a great place to if you wanna serve your country and be with a what I consider a high quality organization. I can't say enough about the seventy fifth ranger regiment after arranger assessment selection program. They start going on. Combat rotations. And you said that you know, some of these guys can go to three combat rotations before they even start ranger school. Correct. What what does the typical combat rotation? Look like for range like how long are they deployed their only they'll be deployed typically four months, it may be if they overlap a little bit they'll stay for a five month tour or they may shorten it up a little bit. But they're overseas rather quickly only for about four months and then they're back for about eight, but they're making. Like, I say when I was with the ranger regiment. They were going some of them were going back on shorter tours in that they go back again. And again and one once more they their mission is primarily combat assault. They also have another mission that they trained for is air airfield seizure. It's a very highly orchestrated thing where they parachute in and take over near field and land aircraft and and set up small-arms and defensive things. So that they can take over a near field just about anywhere in the world. So they have to have they maintain that capability, but in the battlespace in Afghanistan Iraq, they're primarily used for combat assault light light arms her lights small-arms in combat assault and their their work in special operations is primarily as blocking forces for some of our special mission unit and. Some editions of might be conducted by army special forces their sales and do Rangers like stay in a specific geographic rotation like or location. I mean, so like sort of like seals seal team's where they all kind of sit together in the west coast east coast. The ranger regiment is is located at Fort Benning. That's where they have their headquarters. They have one battalion at fort Lewis the joint fort Lewis base in Washington state. They have one battalion at hunter army airfield in savannah in one one battalion actually two battalions at Fort Benning. And so they're pretty much in those battalions, and they go overseas as a battalion and come back as a Taliban. The one special troops battalion has certain capabilities that they will deploy with with the other infantry battalions to support them as they need it as I imagine in between deployments. There's training that goes on to keep their skills or learn new skills there is there it's constantly. They get a couple of weeks off. And then they start back in working up to deploy. Again, I talked with some of the some of the pa- tune officers and tune sergeant's. How did these guys measure up, you know, tour after tour? And he says, you know, about twenty percent of them are really not after their first deployment, we tend to let him go just because they find out that they're not trying their best. But doing that kind of work takes not only toughness it and skill. It. Also requires a certain aptitude and talent and not everybody has it. He may be a a tough kid who can get through the initial training. But he may just lack what it takes to do the job. It's a skill based profession they expect certain things out of on their second. Third deployments, and it's not for everybody. So while there's attrition in the basic trading. There's also attrition in the operational components because some of them just don't make your up when it comes to doing. You know, run around with automatic weapon at night and shooting with other Rangers in close proximity is like with..

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"fifth ranger regiment" Discussed on The Art of Manliness

The Art of Manliness

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"fifth ranger regiment" Discussed on The Art of Manliness

"Slash army. Ranger dick noisy now via clear. Dot I O. Couch. Welcome to the show. Thank you. So you've written several books about America's special operating forces. What got you started with that? Well, I I I've had a very interesting service career in that I spent time in both the underwater demolition seal team's in subsequent to that. I went and spent about four years at the Central Intelligence as he has a paramilitary officer. And I thought well this background. I would love to write a book. So I started on a spy book, and I was partway through it. When I saw a book on navy seals on the shelf, and I picked it up. And I read it, and it was was about navy seals. It was about some very brave sailors who were on river patrol boats. So I called the editor up, and I said, gee this. These aren't navy seals easier. Somebody else in he said, we'll navy seals are really hot right now. And I thought okay, I think I get it. So I started writing about a navy seal story it turned out to be seal team one. And I never looked back from there it in. What do you think it's important for civilians? Understand how you know. The navy seals are other special operating forces work. Before nine eleven they were becoming more important, but they were another member in the mix of our our ability to project power overseas in a part of our department of defense since nine eleven they've taken a more central role in the global war on terror. I think that they maybe get a little bit too much. Attention quite often at the expense of Severi capable in brave and much needed. Army navy air force, marine personnel. But they seem to be the forces. You're right now, you know, there's again, I'm certainly not the only guy writing about navy seals now. And then they've made some very successful film films on seal operations as you said earlier, you found that book that the publisher purported to be about navy seals. But it wasn't about navy seal. So it seems like there's a lot of misconceptions that people have about special operating forces. What? Or some of the most common ones that you've come across as you've talked to civilians about about your work. I think that special operations across the spectrum are various communities in the primary ones. Being navy seals army special forces, the seventy fifth ranger regiment, which is an army organization in the marine special operations command each one of them are separate cultures. They have separate missions. They there's some commonality in how they execute their missions. But there they do very different things. So I think that and they've grown tremendously since nine eleven, and they're very much, you know, even as we draw down perhaps Syria into Afghanistan, those special those special operators are still hard were overseas. And so you mentioned some how different at different cultures. So how how do they differ from each other in sort of broad strokes? Perhaps the let me start with the navy seals. They have as many of them admit their jack-of-all-trades master of men, they have a maritime portfolio, which means they have to be good in the water. And they have a lot of their train is focused around the water. It takes about a third of the time to keep those combat swimmer skills intact in up to speed there. Even though they we don't hear about him being used very often they've got air operations to train for they've got land warfare to train for. So there's a very broad spectrum. It takes about a year and a half to train basically trained in qualify. Navy seal, and then perhaps another year of training with his operational unit before he's ready to deploy. So it's a long training pipeline. The specialty of seals or maritime operations, but been primarily used in direct action role, which means they're they're out there on patrol looking for bad guys and dealing with them. Army special forces, which is another culture in itself..

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"fifth ranger regiment" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

06:23 min | 2 years ago

"fifth ranger regiment" Discussed on 600 WREC

"That is what these kids originally went to Washington DC for they were then touring the monuments and minding their own business when they were assaulted verbally by a group of racists, black individuals who call them all of the most disgusting names, you could possibly call them in the books. That's not all. And it's disgusting. It's the only way I can describe it as it is disgusting. What these kids had to listen to how they were treated. What was yelled at them? What was said to them? And it really is disgusting. Then they acted like these kids surrounded Nathan Phillips who is the native American, man. Who was the instigator who went up to those kids who started getting in their faces? And now details emerged on Nathan Phillips that he has nothing, but pathological liar in lied about his status in the military. Lied about serving in Vietnam. Of course, the media. Not not exposing that but just trying to quietly backpedal and kind of maybe a little bit. I don't know change. The record are get the record change. Just be accurate on the record. That's all they've done. That's it. Nothing. Nothing else. They haven't expose a grown adult for who. He is. They haven't exposed his lies because they can't do that. And the reason why they can't is because they're the ones that helped turn this man to a victim. And if they expose lies, and they can't be they look like idiots, and plus it doesn't fit their narrative, which these kids are racists. We've heard these narratives now that anyone who wears a maga- hat one of those red hats, they racist. And these kids were clearly targeted by these racists because they were wearing a make-america-great-again hat. That's that's that's a fact that's what we know for sure. If these kids wouldn't have been wearing these hats, they would have been targeted. And then the today show interviews the main kid. Excuse me at the center of the controversy and implies that it's their fault for wearing the hats like they should have known better than to where these hats that makes them look like a racist. Now, I went line by line on my TV show. The Ferguson file to outline in real time this today show interview, and I wanted to play my commentary for you on the show because I think it's so important that people understand what the today show what savannah Guthrie who have lost total respect for tried to do and acted as if every at every single turn. This really somehow is the evil rich white kids that are racist who support unborn children. And support the president. It's their fault. It's not Phillips the liar who claimed to two tours in Vietnam, which he didn't tours can be anywhere from roughly six months to two years long. It's not Phillips it. Lied about it. And to the point where he would have been sixteen years old when he started his second tour in Vietnam. The media could have easily done the math on this. If they would've taken into account. It's time for training and mobilizations. It would have been very, obviously, he's he's a liar. Phillips also claimed he was a recon ranger during the war. There was no such thing as a recon ranger during the Vietnam war, the recon ranger the army, seventy fifth ranger regiment reconnaissance company, which is now exposed this one hundred percent stolen, valor of a pathological liar. Who the media says is the victim as a grown man who instigated this fight with the children. Just so, you know, recon ranger did not exist until nineteen Eighty-four a whole decade after the Vietnam war ended, and even if it did exist, the time the training links would have been at least six months if not more. So something didn't add up, and then people start asking questions, they realize. Oh, wow. This guy's just a liar. He didn't serve in Vietnam. He's a pathological liar. But the media again had already turned him into the victim. How turn tournament to the victims? So there was nothing that anyone could do or say to convince them, otherwise these kids were the in fact the targets and this man was not because it doesn't fit their narrative because these kids are evil racists kids because they stood up for unborn children. And. Because they supported Donald Trump. That's why they wanted to destroy his life are all these kids lives. Now the today show had this kid on. I'm sure they lie to them this kid and said, oh, hey, just so, you know. We wanna hear your side of the story. No. They treat him like a criminal. Every question. They asked us child was basically implying that somehow they made mistakes. It was their fault. They did something wrong. India's where we picking this up again because I want to make sure I let people. Yeah. The media even acts like these kids were were were smirking. And that means you're a racist because you smirked because his kid didn't say anything that's Indian beating drum in his face the point. Whereas is our flinching with uncontrollably. It's not it's that's how close to beating his faces is is really flinching. That he can't control any smiling. And they say, well, you're smirking. And that means now that you're a racist because you were smirking. Listen to this disgusting interview from the today show, what you're seeing here from the media's are saying, well, if you smirked you're racist. So now smirking is a racist. And I I don't know what you call this. I don't know if you call this, I'm terrified and don't know what to do. Look. I don't know if you call this a smirk. I'm not sure what you call it. But even if it is a smirk it's a lot better than what he should have been doing. If I was in a situation, which is probably to fight back this kid acted like the adult the adults acting like kids yet, we put him on trial as a racist as a child and the today show is the one doing it back to the tape. He looked at that video and thought about how it felt from their perspective. And other words, there were a lot of you. A handful..

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"fifth ranger regiment" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:56 min | 2 years ago

"fifth ranger regiment" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"That millennials and gen Z. And all these folks that come after us are looking up, and we're like the world is gonna end in twelve years if we don't address climate change your biggest issue. Is your biggest issue is? How are we gonna pay store it? And like, this is the war. This is our World War Two the world going to end in twelve years, according to sandy Cossio Cortes. And then she compares it to World War, Two, first and foremost, she doesn't seem to shed somebody tears onto the sixty million victims of communism and socialism. That we can document over decades and hundreds of years since the Bolshevik revolution of nineteen seventeen. There is documented evidence of people who've died as a result of communism. Marxism, socialism to Taliban. Ideologies. There is no documented evidence of anyone dining as a result of alleged climate change. It seems to me the media is just encouraging her. I guess she makes headlines lie saying some outlandish things like she does. But it's just amazing. How the media if this were a Republican as an example and Republican candidate for it doesn't matter what office whether congress or the Senate or even some local office, if Republican would say these kind of things they will be criticized in the and raked over the coals. But in this particular case, the media, she's a media, darling. And they just you know, kind of almost encourage her to keep on saying these things and doing these things and then at the same interview, she was asked if being a billionaire was immoral Chikwava created a bit saying that whilst you think Bill Gates or Warren Buffett or moral, but she does say. I do think a system that allows billionaires to exist when there are parts of Alabama where people are still getting ringworm because they don't have access to public health is wrong. Why would challenge that immediately people have access to public health? They just don't all have health insurance. You can go to any emergency room are public health clinics. I know personally of a physician that quit his practice and his volunteering at people's clinic in the city to to offer his services now that he's retired. So the this is America and for her to Meghan, look billionaires are responsible for some of the drugs lifesaving drugs, and or procedures medical devices at cetera that are helping to save lives every day. So this is just more of the same class envy. Again. This idea that wealth is bad free. Markets are bad capitalism is bad. I'll tell you who's bad for America that sandy Cossio Cortes was beginning to crack up. All right. Let's go to the phones Brian's on a cell phone, Brian. Good morning. You're on CBS. Guys. I have main point for the sidebar since you just mentioned Cortez. That girl she's so incredibly stupid and faith fallen over her. Remember how much they make fun of George W Bush when he said you. Euler? Dan quayle. Now with my other point. Yeah. That's so there there is just blinding from a main point was about Phillips. You guys are talking about the Covington just got in the car out to work and this guy Phillips known provocateur. And he's also I take some of I did not serve, but I take very seriously. He was born in nineteen fifty five said he went into the Marine Corps in twenty two seventeen years old that would be nineteen seventy-two. He said he fought in the Marine Corps on the ground. The Marine Corps pulled their ground forces out of yet nam in nineteen seventy one. So there were no fighting men left in Vietnam after nineteen seventy one from the Marine Corps. And you're right. Right, brian. And there's more. There's there's more to this guy. He says that he was a recon ranger, no such thing. There's no such thing as a recon ranger. That's correct MLS does not exist in the rain course, wasn't established till nineteen Eighty-four. The closest you could get two would be seventy fifth ranger regiment recon company, but that was established in nineteen Eighty-four way beyond nam and in just his whole story, and there's video surfaced from the from the Dakota Access pipeline protest where he mentioned things that you know, his other the things he didn't. In the interview it mentioned tells Leonard Peltier that convicted murderer the two FBI agent influenced him, and what's his motivation to stick around and cause trouble. So this guy he's a real piece of work in.

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"fifth ranger regiment" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

SOFREP Radio

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"fifth ranger regiment" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

"It's it's the way NS w behaved at a political level more than what any of those guys did on the ground that day, rightly or wrongly from my point of view. Yeah, I agree with you. I'm I I am in phase. It's you're thinking one hundred percent on that one. And again, you know, it's like in less, you were there to to see I guess some predator feed that apparently some claim as inconclusive, but you know, they saw movement. So, but I mean, I it's just unfortunate. I think one of the things that really turns my stomach. That's really come to turn my. Stomach is the way some of the family what they have to endure in the wake of all this. I again, I can't get too into it. But one of the one of the projects I'm working on right now. You know, you see it's just like a meat grinder. What it does to the family members, you know in? It's it's just a lot of people just want to be left alone. You don't wanna be reminded like I was talking about. And then it was you know. And then when when when this kind of stuff comes up when someone is denied something that they clearly deserve. That's just I can't even I can't even fathom that. It's just especially for the parents, and the, you know, the the family members and friends, so it's very difficult to ascertain exactly what happens in a firefight that but the Pentagon at the same time doesn't have a very good track record. You can recall, you know, what? Happened to the Tillman family and how they were told he died her roic -ly under enemy fire and then later on find out that it was a friendly fire incident. And I I mean, how do you think the family feels about that out? How much trustee think they have left in the Pentagon after going through something like that? Exactly. I mean, I can't you know. I can't answer that question on stone it out. Yeah. Yeah. But I mean, it's it's it's it's all it's horrible. And. Yeah. To to you know, I guess what do they say? The first casualty awards the truth. I don't know if I buy that. But in some instances, it certainly true. And you know, I was talking to a member of a unit I won't say which one, but he was saying that in this in this world in this particular world is so cut for and you know, they they eat their own even eat their own. Oh, yeah. Just numbers of units. Now, I don't think that's the way it is with the seventy fifth ranger regiment at all, you know, from what I know. I don't know a lot. But I can definitely see how it is with other with other ones. I mean in the Marine Corps. They. Jokingly say we eat their own, but they really don't. But you know, they're very competitive with each other. It's tight day. But boy, I you know, it's been an eye opener from tell ya. I write in my my own memoir that kind of wrapping up. Now, I I read about this incident in Iraq. When I was with the ranger regiment. And it was we killed a terrorist. Well, within the ROI's everything was yet. I was in the first vehicle in the convoy. I was the one that had you know, is on him. And and ordered my gun opened fire on him so on and so forth. And then when I got back to the fob. I think I remember reading about this. Or I listen to podcast. I've heard the store I've heard the where where a guy came out of the talk, and he started telling me that the terrorists had a gun, and he was shooting it over his shoulder as he walked away from us. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I don't know where I've seen that. I may have written something about it or said something about it. But I'm just looking at this dude like, and he said, he this was the amazing part is saying we saw the whole thing. We watched the whole thing on the predator drone feed. And we saw that he was shooting Glock over his shoulder at you. Now motherfucker executing to me how you knew you knew the type of pistol. He was shooting from the predator feet footage really from twenty thousand feet on that flair on that L trae flare ball, you can you can you can tell the difference between, you know, an ancient K and Glock, really..

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"fifth ranger regiment" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

Zero Blog Thirty

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"fifth ranger regiment" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

"The speed of sound I'm pretty sure, and I'm not a pilot once you break the speed of sound. That's Ma that does mach speed. I don't know. It's I. I give credit credit to con-. Correct thoughts. Thoughts on this number one. I guess there's definitely some missions that require you to urinate. But I gotta believe there's a certain amount of time. You can go without peeing so his make it through one segment on radio. Pilot of all time. I almost ask you guys to take a break between bullets wanted to because. Oh my gosh. I think about like when I go to the movies. You will never see me leave in the middle of the movie to use the bathroom that that's a promise. Just because I'll hold it. And I. I will never go to the bathroom when I'm president. My second. My second question, though, is these urinary bags do you think we can get these for civilian consumption because how great would this be the morning you wake up, and you don't have to get out of bed, and you can stay all cozy and warm in your bed and just into a bag that catheters do that right now? Well, it's a little invasive right more than I might wanna sign up for it this age show. Tre at a sporting game. If you have shitty seats in your way in the nosebleeds, but you don't wanna miss the game. I could put a Pat on the just sucked up on your orca would be nice orphan radio. My other thought about this. They do this for the moon fine for one hundred fucking years right around April. Yeah. I mean, what were they doing before? Just like Shelvin kitty litter up their flight, suits. Maybe they were doing just like us in pissing enga- bottles. I don't know could be all right. I think we've exhausted that let's move on around three. Route three name that general this general got fired like a dog by Obama and this last time a total bust. He's for big dumb mouth. And he's a Hillary lover. We are of course, talking about a man who graduated from Westport in nineteen seventy six who later went on to command the special forces operation detachment alpha better known as the eighteen. His commands include talion five four th parachute, immature regiment, eighty second airborne, second battalion, seventy fifth ranger regiment commander, seventy fifth ranger regiment. He was a service fell at the J F K school of government at Harvard University ever heard of it. His first star was placed on his shoulder January. First two thousand one talk about a New Year's resolution. He is directly responsible for taking down some super bad guys, including Saddam Hussein an avenue Musab, Al. Car. Of course, we are talking about general Stanley mcchrystal. All right. So we we go into this. Because this week President Trump. He is the one that treated general mcchrystal got fired like a dog by Obama his last assignments total bus known for his big tub mouth that he's Hillary lover. It's just such an outrageous statement that any general is known for his big dub mouth. It's just it's ridiculous. Absolutely is when you consider like, I just breezed through his career and didn't do really at any Justice. I it on some cool highlights. The guy's career is I had a page and a half where the notes to highlight his career, and even that was cutting short just the positions. He's held and the influence of these had in the last two decades on what's going on in Iraq and Afghanistan is not to be taken lightly. So to just dismiss them. Technical terms that people who are civilians aren't gonna have any idea. What the, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, regiment, blah, blah, blah, fifty fifth whatever the fuck that means can you kind of explain what some of his overarching responsibilities for because when your general that when you're a four star general any responsibility that you have is going to be enormous. Can you kind of explain what those roles actually mean? Yeah. So I mean, I think the first one that's really kind of cool before he became a four star general when he took command of the joint special operations command, and everyone is seeing now these days the movies about seal team six and they've heard about the Rangers joint special operations. Command is really the tip of the spirit includes that..

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"fifth ranger regiment" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

Zero Blog Thirty

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"fifth ranger regiment" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

"Slash chaps as dollarshaveclub dot com slash chaps. Sad story coming out of Afghanistan, which I'm not laughing about laughing. They lost Kate again. We'd alight she's been high the lights keep going out. I mean, there was a store that came out of Afghanistan, sad, which seems to be what happens in Afghanistan is something but sad shit all the time. There is a military working dog who has assigned with the green berets believe are no the seventy fifth ranger regiment shot out all hog juvenile well than oil though, a US army military dog was killed in a recent clash in Afghanistan in which in American soldier has also died. Military officials confirmed after dogs. Unofficial biography began circulating on social media. The dog named Neko insurgent LASSO who was also signed the seven seventy fifth ranger regiment. Second battalion whose death was previously reported in. We we talked about him before as well. The seven the seven year old dog. Was leading the raiders into a compound when at least one militant fired at him revealing the militants position which the Rangers targeted according to the biography of the dog the action of make his directly saved the life of his handler in the Rangers involved during the clearance. A spokesman for the seventy fifth ranger regiment at Fort Benning, Georgia so that they are still trying to determine the unreleased unauthorized biography for the multipurpose canine, but it was accurate the biography than purported to be a photo of the Dutch-born dog a Dutch board dogs conduct shepherd. That's why they shouldn't let these people do. This is a Dutch shepherd is what it was a Representative of the site declined to say how they got the materials we mentioned this not just because the dog was heroin because I got there are somebody that tag ni is something that a dog could get like a medal of honor for bronze star valor in the answer. There is no they can't does unlike military like if you go into the police world dogs can be awarded. Thanks because the dogs are protected as officers they are actually like off. Thirds of the law. The dogs are sworn in. They have like the same rights in persons. That's why he tried to kill a police dog. You can get the same sentences. If you killed like a police officer in the same exact sentence in the civilian world that doesn't exist in the military. They are listed as an item of gear like item of gear just like a camel pack is there's no difference that feels wrong to me. I it makes sense in a way that they are attached to a person like gear because if air partner than you travel around that's just not the way the military. Does it and they don't do it. As like saying that the dog is not valuable by any means. But because the dog is listed as a piece of gear. They don't get medals. Now, I've known dogs like tons of dogs that have come back with injuries. We have this little ceremonies where we give him a purple heart and things like that. But there's no actual metal that can be awarded to a dog for bravery. Okay. But do you agree with that? I mean, do you agree that they should be treated as a piece of gear when there are living breathing beam? I know they're an animal, but nonetheless, it still a living. Being I do and for this reason, this reason alone because if it comes down to a soldiers, sailors, airman, Moraine or coast guardsmen that you're going to risk their life before like situation, I've been in places where you will release your you never tell a soldier really in harm's way. Like Kay, go out here without any real protection. And go look for these minds that are on the ground right without the proper gear all proper training and things like that. No, sure..

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"fifth ranger regiment" Discussed on Mentors for Military Podcast

Mentors for Military Podcast

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"fifth ranger regiment" Discussed on Mentors for Military Podcast

"Number four him. I l and that was see a ninety. I I hope I said that right? I guess that's a unit and then Jeff Henry. And of course, we have our continued supporter largest donor and that Stephanie Lincoln fire team, whiskey, and we appreciate all of our patrons and the two new ones. And and those it's been with us for a period of time because his through your donations that were able to help carry on this podcast. So appreciate that. So now what get onto this week's episode. So first off welcome to the matrix military podcasts on this episode. We're going to get into a pretty interesting topic around women and ranger school and women and Rangers in general, and this has been a topic. That's been shared by several different discussions, either on podcast offline and Ginny Metzler is a Lieutenant in the army and graduated ranger school back in April two thousand eighteen she was the twelfth female actually to graduate. The course at that time frame on the podcast as well. As Don FOX tan is a member of our cadre of hosts, he's a retired major was enlisted as an infantryman up to e seven before attending CS and commissioning infantry as well he attended Rangers score early in his enlisted career and became a ranger instructor with four as a senior NCO, and then returned to fourth are as a as an officer. And then Paul Martinez who's retired CEO who spent. Seven years in third bat, seventy fifth ranger regiment, and many years of that as a sniper he is the author of the bestselling book when the killer main comes, and then, of course, myself Robert count is a retired US army Master Sergeant who started off in armor, then spent time to recruiting retention, and basically I wanna jump into this. You guys all have backgrounds as a ranger in some capacity, and I think what's really cool about this as you all come from different walks of life. So if you got you know, some of that just attend attended ranger school somebody that's been a ranger and ranger bat. And then you've got somebody. There's a ranger instructor. Don, I know you, and I have had multiple conversations, you know, over the years, especially but here recently around ranger school and some of the comments especially that were made around the females that attended ranger school. So I don't know if you want to kind of talk a little bit about your back history. And when you of course, we're in our I when they were primarily males. And maybe that's a good starting point. Obviously, you're early in your. Career. You know, if you want to advance up and move through and also challenge yourself, there's not a better school than ranger in the ranger course itself. It's a primary tool is a small unit leader. So you're that's that's probably the best leadership school you can attend in a just happens to make it around a recon ambush, and some, you know, physical activities on the way to test your into. Tesla fortitude and also test your leadership abilities. So as you go there early in the career, I really didn't know anything other than that..

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"fifth ranger regiment" Discussed on Mentors for Military Podcast

Mentors for Military Podcast

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"fifth ranger regiment" Discussed on Mentors for Military Podcast

"And to the point that he had to point out to me that there were a couple of members from seventy fifth ranger regiment. Who did not right? They went on their first time through they did not. He didn't tell me if there were selector nonselective. But I think that it's it's I think it's a success story, male or female, it doesn't match. After that, there's a program place that takes available population to subvert in our regiment and identify weaknesses and put them through a training course, that allows them to get better. And there's a lot of that that you see going through the few course. So what about the rumor, then Mike that all the cadre were totally against this thing? We're actually stating that she should be kicked out. And it was a Colonel when the stroke of a pin that allowed her to remain. That's not true. Well, the first part probably true. I'll tell you that they probably do believe that. Because that's what I believe when I worked out there. I said on every board when we put people out of s she and I was adamant I was animated. I would make my case. And at the end of the day battalion commander could sign off on it. They get recycled they get never to return or they move forward. And a lot time. This guy's forward. Just one voice, right? I was senior director at a bunch of guys that worked for me. But I was just one voice that that that was making that case. And I didn't get us AS. I assume it's a similar type of program, but you know, about assumptions, I'm not positive. How do everybody who has contacted that soldier will ride of an assessment, right? But right Cessna that day or that event. That's what we did. And then all of that is is is reviewed before before board. Now, the difference between aboard that I sat on we're just people that we'd identified for relief or recycled and the instructors would would do that back back when I worked there s s every packet goes before board every package brasler number. No name. No, no name no gender though ethnicity, no race. So what you see is is a soldier's performance against event. Right. And then they've got they've got they've got a standard that stand. Dhs is a sliding scale. Okay. Because you have to get X amount out of the course to meet, you know, input to the special forces qualification court to meet mission for that year. So I will tell you that I have seen the scale slide way down when the weather got really bad at SF AS, and you'll see that in the course, when they show up those guys will not do very good. And then we have good weather or you have a really good group of people together. That's sliding standard can be a little bit higher because you only have to get so many out to meet your requirements HR's. But I think for this one I don't know what they're what they had to put in. I don't I don't know what other was like, I do know that on these boards, and it was different again than than than when I worked there, but on these boards on this board that happened last week there were representatives senior level representatives from the special forces groups, sit on the boards. And I know that because one of my buddies who was there was on the board..

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"fifth ranger regiment" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

SOFREP Radio

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"fifth ranger regiment" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

"He's New York Times, bestselling author, everything he puts out and you know it'll get dwarfed in wishes to be honest and comparison to Mike Vining. Yeah, I, I think that's what people come to this podcast for his to hear those voices. Yeah, but it's good to have a mixed because there's always new people discovering the podcast. So I think that if we have those familiar voices on that. Great as absolutely, and it's it's good to and fun to next up for the audience as well for no, there are people who like go through and listen to us every single week. So you know, we want to throw different types of content and different people with different experiences at them. You know, we've had Tom king, you know, the former CIA officer turned comic book, writer writes, Batman, comics. I mean, it's fun to mix it up once in a while. Yeah, if you go way back in the archives, we've had like diamond Dallas page on. Yeah. I mean, you've had some Rockstars on Mark slaughter, Jason row. Yeah, we fillipponi we did with that was cool, but Mark emailed the after that interview. He was really happy with how turned out, and he was like, hey, would come on anytime if you guys need me. And I hear that a lot from guests sometimes for some guys, to be honest, one interview is enough, maybe two interviews. He's a guy I could actually see regularly having on. I really enjoyed that interview and he's done a lot of different things that have. I've really never been written before outside of his book. Yeah, absolutely. We can have him on as a guest again or many times not. I agree. So getting into this first article here, this is not from the news, but it's just something that caught your attention. Yeah, le- fallacy. Task force lead marine and army grunts should train like Rangers from Quantico Virginia. The director of the Pentagon's close combat. We task taskforce wants to make sure infantry squads approach training like the seventy. Fifth ranger regiment too often marines and army and infantrymen are tapped to serve as borrowed military. Manpower details such as guard duty to support base level operations task force director. Joe la- Tolly said Wednesday, at the modern day, marina expo your Wednesday. So you were connecting this a little bit with our interview with Dr Leonard Wong? Yeah. This article written by Matthew Cox, who I cross paths with met him years ago. He wrote this article. Really good people should go check it out. But what it is saying is that the US military's infantry both marine infantry and army infantry. They get treated by the services as like unemployed, labour like, okay, if you're not actively getting shot at by the Taliban, then you are basically just manpower standing by to stand by and we can utilize for post beautification, run around picking up pine cones on post or handing out towels in the gym or whatever stupid thing. The base commander feels news to be done that day and what this, what this study is showing. What they're talking about here is that to improve, we in the competency of the infantry, we need to stop treating them like this, and we need to start training marine and army conventional infantry the way the seventy. Fifth ranger regiment trains. And I was in third ranger battalion. We've..

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"fifth ranger regiment" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

SOFREP Radio

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"fifth ranger regiment" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

"But I mean the point with that, wonder if she's a legit, you know, in fear or anything because now you've been exposed people know you are there probably are, as you said, guys you sent like, oh yes, it stuff that that are now I this, they're probably Bros. who actually did divulge classified information to her. I mean, that would not surprise me in the least. And the weird thing about her is that this is like on one hand handle was very amateurish and very sloppy, how she went about it like you don't Clinton to speak Pashto when you can't speak Pashto because I mean somebody who does that on it, right. You can easily be called out on it so you don't do stupid, stuff like that. But on the other hand, she had other stuff that was backstopped like going back three years like this was something she planned out very well. She was trying to pretend that she was a general's daughter and she had things in her name going back years with the last name VO tell which is not her last name. The name VO tell is a former Centcom commander. He was actually my commander general, Joe. Yeah, general Jove l. back when he was Colonel votes l. he was the regimental commander of the seventy. Fifth ranger regiment. And I remember sitting with him next to him before a parachute jump. I was in rip. I was a youngest most junior guy ever and he was the most senior guy in the regiment and he was just sitting there talking me asking me some questions. What do you think of the course get some good training out of it seemed like a really nice guy. But anyway, this woman bag and babe was posing as his daughter, which is just adds another element of surrealism probably called him up. I don't know if you still have that contact and I haven't talked to him since I was in the military. But I mean, I guess you could, but other people who know him quite well like, well, general tell doesn't have daughter is a couple sons, but he doesn't have a daughter and he doesn't have an adopted daughter. So the whole story is bullshit from the get-go. But I mean, I think the main point with with Bagaram babe is that I'd like listeners and people to be aware of is she is not an isolated incident, healthy and others with you to how many other accounts just like this are out there. How many people telling you fake ass stories on Twitter, pretending they're involved in national security and how many Bros. are sending them dick pics divulging classified information. It's like shooting fish in a barrel. I mean, really? I mean, you get a cute girl. Picture, you post them shit up there. And I mean, do the thirsty Bros. are going to be all over it telling them God knows what I mean, Jesus Christ. If you're going to compromise national security at least sleep with the girl. I I mean, a whisper over pillow talk. I mean, that's the way it's supposed to work right. When you compromise someone just send telling them stuff over Twitter. I mean at that point you're just too dumb the live, you know, shoot yourself for Christ's sake. Now I had to get into that. That's crazy. I, it's good when people like that are exposed and I'm sure they'll be more of it. It's like I, I had the Russians try to compromise me years ago, sending me emails pretending to be a woman named Natalie working for INTERPOL and I had someone trace her Email back and it went right back to Saint Petersburg, Russia as like, okay, okay, a strong attempt. I respect that. But you know if you're serious Russia like you're gonna pony up a real. Natalie even said at shot show you've seen like Chinese spies. Oh, yeah. Yeah, definitely. What was that girl's named summer? I wrote about summer and I wrote about Nedeli. I wrote about both of those incidents because it's like one of those things like, look, these are just some little things I've run into in life. If you are an FBI agent or you are, I think people in the know better. But if you work somewhere in national security or somewhere in our government, you should be aware that this shit is out there. I mean, it's real these provocateurs and are these women out there who will try to compromise you..

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Second U.S. soldier killed in Afghanistan in a week identified

Dennis Prager

02:20 min | 2 years ago

Second U.S. soldier killed in Afghanistan in a week identified

"Be this time of year take a quick look carson mom better she'll be around that if you're in the middle of the afternoon that's where expected to be generally sunny today tonight a few clouds seventy five tomorrow mostly sunny ninety five sunday few clouds around into the upper nineties upper nineties a had to take us through the early and middle part of next weekend there's no mention of rain urologist ray stagich from the weather channel on san antonio's official weather station newsradio twelve hundred w a eighty eight degrees under partly cloudy skies twelve a one news radio twelve hundred w away i i up though new federal indictments have been handed down in that russian investigation deputy attorney general rod rosenstein announced today twelve russian intelligence officers have been charged with hacking the democratic national committee and hillary clinton's 2016 presidential campaign he says the intention of the hacking was to influence the elections sad part is not a thing america can do about it they probably won't part of the trial the pentagon meanwhile has identified the us army ranger killed during a combat operation in afghanistan yesterday thirty two year old army sergeant first class christopher sali's from summerville south carolina died thursday as the result of any small arms fire in eastern afghanistan's paktiya province along the border with pakistan sali's was assigned the elite first battalion seventy fifth ranger regiment part of joint special operations command us air strikes likely killed dozens of taliban fighters in the battle according to images on social media president trump today now with british prime minister theresa maim praised her is a great leader but then he discussed the state of what's been called the special relationship between the two countries the relationship between our two nations is indispensable to the cause of liberty justice and peace the united kingdom and the united states are bound together by a common historic heritage language and heroes but then he slammed the the prime minister's efforts to get the uk out of the european union said it's jepara jeopardizing trade relations army looking to the future and it will be doing it in austin the new army futures command the first four star commanded a half century will be headquartered in the texas capital a new national weather service jingle reminding drivers to steer clear.

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