18 Burst results for "Fort Polk Louisiana"

"fort polk louisiana" Discussed on Trap House Variety Hour

Trap House Variety Hour

06:52 min | 8 months ago

"fort polk louisiana" Discussed on Trap House Variety Hour

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TAZAR and you can't see them, so 'cause it was dark and like we have the flashlights, but you have to put the Red Lens on it. And like look through your nods. So you can't like. Give your position. Has All the event. And, so you know when you're trying to learn. It's fucking Tim. Be Getting now is fucking wild hogson Bacon everywhere. When did you go? Did you go to Iraq or Afghanistan? Iraq what year two thousand nine. So I got out of base again I like what's going on in Iraq in two two thousand nine show I got out of basic May. I came back home for. Like three weeks on a trap us like hometown recruiter have helped recruiter. Sell more souls to army, essentially good you pull up to high schools in stupid shit like that Berlin bit. I did. Did you ever get be one of those competitions? Where like no I didn't I didn't compete with anybody. I would just do some as you want. T shirt like knows it you. Know. CREEPY ALLIES WEIRD NO! I did that for like three weeks, and then I went up to Washington, and then I got attached to my unit at my unit had. Ended up in Washington because I got stationed in Washington State for Louis. So drove up there and I got attached to my unit. When you get there, they impress you for like a week. Make sure you have all your gear. SIME YOUTUBE A unit. My unit had just left to go to Fort Polk Louisiana to do R., O., T., J. RTC, which is joint readiness training to get ready to Iraq. So, basically they go down there and you have a simulated deployment, so you have Other people who either contractors army are actual army people they play like opt for meaning. They'll play like insurgents, or whoever and you live in like a mock deployment camp, and you're gonNA mock missions, and you do all that stuff and you have to. You pass yet to pass with a grade a certain grade. That says your unit is competent and ready to deploy, and the thing is. If you don't pass you, they don't like. Hey, you guys just go back home. You'RE NOT GONNA. Deploy you Buchan. Run the training to. TJ. Addresses going whether you want to or not so like? You go down there and you try, and it is hot as fuck. Where's? And Fort. Polk Louisiana is so who? Like sound, it is hot like you do everything like in the swamps and it is. Rough, you know what I mean so like. They have been on there for like three or four days already time that men. The guys that I came to the unit with got there, so we got assigned to our platoons. Luckily I ended up with might. Four five or so my FA- my. Three, my three best friends from basic. We all ended up in the same unit. One in each of US ended up in platoon with her, so it was Ma'am Boy Joe and second platoon, and then fenced-in were third platoon, and we a lot of stuff with a platoon, so that worked out pretty cool, so I had somebody when I got there, but I mean. You got down there and Immediately D. named Josh earnest free like if you ever see my facebook comments on there and like that's my boy. He was like my first squad leader. He's he's. His finest fuck like the first thing he said to me walks up to me, and he is like UNICORNS and rainbows. I was like what you mean. What like UNICORNS and rainbows dog knows like where were are you talking about? He's like life's about UNICORNS and rainbows nonsensical. Are It. He's like so. I have a friend named Dan and he lives in New York. Like okay, he's like so one day I was talking to him on the phone. And we're talking about. You know sex stuff like that. I was like he's like. Time Valium me and my wife had tried for the first time. I don't like what in the fuck is happening right now. I don't I. DON'T I. Don't know this at all. I got mind you. This is the first. Literally just sat on. Like was unloaded. My stuff already feeling kind of awkward 'cause. You're like man. Everybody's like. These plugging. You guys weren't fuck these these upping like down have to deal with some bullshit. So he's. He's like you know your time. Million on is like I realized that I really enjoyed it. And, so I started worry I was like. What he's like. Yeah, he's like I started worry if I if I was gay, he's like I have no problems. Gay People who? My best friend, that's that's what I thought. It was like having anal sex with the woman. I was. I was just confused. If like because I liked it. If what? What if there was a guy that would would like that would be. Would it be any different what I like this so I'm I, don't i. don't really know what to say back some dislike. Are. And he's he's like so. He told me he's like. I don't know how you know if you're gay Josh News like. Sure is like. You guys suck a Dick. I was like I. Don't think so what he was like so I know not gay and I was like wait..

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"fort polk louisiana" Discussed on The Mighty Oaks Podcast

The Mighty Oaks Podcast

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"fort polk louisiana" Discussed on The Mighty Oaks Podcast

"Name is Jeremy Stall Necker the executive director of the foundation nation and looking forward to a great show today with the great guest and as we get started. I'll remind you as I always do and I'm sure you're always paying attention but I wanNA remind you again if you have not yet subscribed to our youtube channel. Please do that. Some of you are listening on a podcast. Or maybe you're listening our partner station at Mojo five. Oh so if you're listening to their take some time later on to jump over to youtube you can look us up the mighty oaks show and we'd love to have you subscribe. Hit the notification bell. They'll let you know a new shows. New episodes come online and then share out the content and that helps us. I think they'd help others as well. It's our goal every time we do this show and every time we put content out there to provide resources and helps to you and to those that you care about and trust that this will be a useful help and resource as you go through life looking forward to our time together today today. Our special guest is Jason Guys and Jason is coming to US remotely today. Jason Served Twenty one years in the United States states army and telling him. We're an equal opportunity nonprofit so even those who served in the army have place at my coach. Were they for that Jason is involved in a bunch of stuff related to veterans and the just the veteran world and serving others but also and this is how we connected through the mighty Oaks Foundation serves as a team leader for mighty oaks. And it's very involved in the work that we do so Jason Glad to have you thanks for making taking time No you took some time out of some training to To Join US and looking forward to our conversation really appreciate you having me on Yes Sir why. Don't we start at the beginning. Talk about talk about kind of where you were raised and how you were raised. I'm always interested in what leads young people into military service. So let's start there and then talk a little bit about your time in the army and then we'll talk about transitioning out. But where did you were you raised. Where'd you come from What was it that caused you to say? I should serve the United States army so I had a great upbringing in southern Indiana. A little town called Seymour. More very small population out of Indianapolis North of Louisville Kentucky primarily farming corn type community and I just had a had a great upbringing. My parents were together through all of my childhood and just very blessed and went to college. I in probably wasn't really ready to go to college. Everyone else was doing it so I did it and about between my sophomore and junior year I realized that it just wasn't a thing for me and I said what are my other opportunities and one of those was military service. I went and checked it out nope and actually took the asthma ham and Actually enlisted told my parents after the fact. Yeah we're quite assures quite a while how to my parents But you know they were a little concerned. Obviously I do all college and so it's like oh now you're going to take on being in the military and and It was absolutely the very best decision. One of the best decisions. I made my life where What did you do in the army for twenty in years so I did a lot of things? But we're star I did so First Duty Station was Fort Polk Louisiana. And you know the army's he's got all those great great hot spots in the United States spot for sure. Oh without a doubt I was I was a medic in the army and serve most of my time nine and light infantry airborne units eighty.

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Black Hawk Helicopter Crash Kills All 3 Aboard

News, Traffic and Weather

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Black Hawk Helicopter Crash Kills All 3 Aboard

"Minutes after take off a U. S. Army National Guard Blackhawk going down in central Minnesota Thursday afternoon hours later officials confirming three crew members death even before the discovery of the wreckage the Minnesota National Guard tweeted our thoughts are with our soldiers and their families at this time the Black Hawk is the army's work course helicopters in September one crashed at fort Polk Louisiana killing one of the four soldiers on board there

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"fort polk louisiana" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"fort polk louisiana" Discussed on WRVA

"The two suspects were killed along with the UPS driver and an innocent bystander in a nearby vehicle FBI special agent in charge George bureau the arm suspects engage the law enforcement open fire there was exchange fire between law enforcement and the suspects said a lot of questions that are still unanswered minutes after take off a U. S. Army National Guard Blackhawk going down in central Minnesota Thursday afternoon hours later officials confirming three crew members death even before the discovery of the wreckage the Minnesota National Guard tweeted our thoughts are with our soldiers and their families at this time the Black Hawk is the army's work course helicopters in September one crashed at fort Polk Louisiana killing one of the four soldiers on board there it's A. B. C.'s David curly reporting on Wall Street Thursday the Dow gained twenty eight points this is ABC news Carlson financial we were talking with Carl Carlson the other day this man is brilliant absolutely brilliant he's helping the sole many people get ready for and then you can fill in the blank see a lot of times you all well you know he's he's get helping people get ready for retirement well he is helping some people get ready for retirement he's helping other people manage their wealth he's helping other people get ready to take care of other family members you know for those of us that have special needs kids especially you got to think about all of that Carl is the guy that has dedicated his entire life to financial services Danny focuses in a couple of areas we are so lucky to have him here in Richmond if you're thinking about tax planning and with the new year AA everybody's thinking about new tax implications maybe you've changed jobs maybe your going in a slightly different direction maybe you've got a you've got an IRA or four oh one K. that you're looking to roll over he will help you with that planning that is state life insurance everybody's got to have some sort of life insurance in place mortgages you know mortgages are on most people think also I can't wait to pay off the mortgage and sometimes believe it or not it's a good thing to have a mortgage I could go on and on and on but I will tell you that on a pretty regular basis he does these wonderful wine and wisdom of banshee get together with him there's dinner there's drinks and little little presentational what's going on currently in the financial world he's right here in the west end like twin hickory twin hickory and knuckles you know by now buy ins broke listen I I don't want to tell you everything I want you to get the details you need so why don't you call Carl Carlson's office over Carlson financial.

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"fort polk louisiana" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"fort polk louisiana" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"With one travel reviewer, calling it a mini Austin and others calling it a foodie destination sounds like a little artsy history enclave or at least a neighborhood that has elements of that I, it would be described as being pretty run down by the late seventies, but in the nineteen sixties. Houston heights is banging lot of that candy money to be made. Dean lived in an apartment above the candy. Shop and quickly becomes known around town as the Candyman for his habit of giving away candy to young boys in the neighborhood. Ding, ding, ding, big red flag, super creepy. Buchan any dude. A single dude just given candy around to the kids all the time. Big red flack. Y'all starts inviting local teen boys over to the candy factory afterwards after work hours to hang out with him, ding named name, much bigger, red flag, like super big. What the fuck is going on with this creep frantically being waved red flack. If there's a dude on your neighborhood who just loves to hang out with a bunch of teen boys on a regular basis with no other grownups presence, keep a very close eye on that shit interview those kids find out what's happening. Warn them about Purves if you are that guy come on, dude, come on bro. What are you doing? Why watch hang out people your own age won't you have at least a few other adults around. You have to know that at the very least this looks really bad. Somehow. This activity apparently draws little suspicion in the neighborhood from the neighbors. However, at home, stepdad, Jake west knew exactly what time it was clock salesman joke time to have a talk with the fam- about dean being a creep. Jake didn't think the associations where appropriate told his wife. He thought his step son might be gay might also probably I'm guessing be a borderline pedophile or pedophile. She's furious, doesn't want to hear it refused to address. It's also around the same time girl. Dean is dating, asks him to marry her and he turned her down. And then you know, stepdad, Jake, because I come on Mary wake up and smell the young dick. The dean also wants to smell. Jake suspicions dean being gay lead to or at least have a lot to do with he and Mary, then getting a divorce in nineteen sixty three an- also nineteen sixty three. After her divorce. Mary closes her candy company. The pecan prince has gone and she only close it so she can reopen without Jake west. She wants to cut out that clock and truth telling son of a bitch, Danes, not a pedophile. Jake just lowering teen boys into his Larry with candy to hang out and play peek a boo with the reins. Mary reopened as the coral, candy company dean is now the vice president of operations and the CEO of creepy. Nece. Shortly after reopening young teenage employee tells Mary that her son dean has made sexual advances towards him. And again, rather than deal with dean's homosexuality improbable, pedophilia predispositions at this point. She instead fires avoid and brushes incident away. Then in nineteen sixty four dean decides he needs a break from mama and bothersome accusations. And he joined United States. Army attends basic training. Fort Polk Louisiana later ends up in Fort Hood, Texas, where where.

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"fort polk louisiana" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

Mental Illness Happy Hour

05:37 min | 2 years ago

"fort polk louisiana" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

"It was January thirty first nineteen sixty nine hundred sixty eight the opening day of the Ted offensive. So the shit storm of the Vietnam war. That's what changed everything. It changed. Politics changed the thinking in more than anything to change the mind of the noted news, anchor, Walter Cronkite. Yeah. So it was a shit storm in Thomson Newt? Airbase was under attack small arms fire. Everybody was all the soldiers around the berm facing outward. Helicopters gunships flying over smoke billowing from Saigon, and it was. I was just dazed. And that's the first place when I went on a second aircraft, a helicopter Huey to go up to a place called Ben wa. I was told get outta those khakis. You look like target Lieutenant and we we quickly flew over a little berm and then you could see Saigon it was under attacked the Viet Cong had penetrated the American embassy. The large force came in and took over the Newport bridge and many Americans died there. They had fighting at the racetrack. The Chinese section called show lawn in the cemeteries, and. The city was not secure. It may be around the embassy where they finally beat back that Viet Cong offensive. But the city was still somewhat occupied, and and men were men were dying Americans. So yeah, that was my introduction. So let's talk about the part of your story that interests me the most because you know, we've, we've heard stories from people about the nam and the logistics of this and that. But I, I would like to know emotionally, what's the arc. That somebody goes through from, I might get drafted to, I'm drafted, or in your case you enlisted so he could choose which branch to go into. To landing to your assignment to some of the things you encountered to transitioning back home. I would love to know the the inner life. What you're thinking about yourself, what you're thinking about the world, you're placing it, the war, our government, all those kinds of things. Right. Very good question. And for me. I didn't want to go in to the army. I didn't want to go to Vietnam. What I wanted to do was do what I loved, which was painting drawing. So I applied to the school of the Art Institute in Chicago, fantastic school. That's what I wanted to do. For some reason. They didn't want me and I received a rejection letter. Now, I had the chutzpah to take my letter. I got on the l. train and went down and I went into the school and I asked to the s the secretary can I speak to the guy who signed my rejection letter and after an hour and a half, he saw me, you know? So I asked him, I said, can you reconsider this? And he kind of stumbled and said, no. And then I said, well, why did you? Why did you reject me? Wasn't my academic performance in high school or was it my art portfolio? And he said both and stormed out. The secretary was standing at the door and she said, Mr. Duffy's time to go. So at any rate, what happened was I got home and shortly thereafter I received a draft notice. I still didn't want to go into the military, but with the draft notice I knew. From talking to my friends down in LVN beach in Chicago in up in Rogers park that the draft notice Mentz they could pick you for the marines for the navy for the army, possibly the air force, but mainly the marines. I didn't want that and they would assign you wherever they wanna. Do a sound you within that branch? Exactly. And what your what your job was. So I was pretty good in mathematics, and I took some tests and I said, why'd like to be a road surveyor? And he said, we can do that for you. So I did enlist in who served the draft where it would have been potluck, went into the military and was sent to fort Polk Louisiana. For the initial training and then sent to fort sill for the survey trainy. Hold that thought, we'll come. We'll come back to that, but tell the story about bringing your draft card in to that room. Well, the draft board in our neighborhood was up a long flight of stairs. Let me describe this neighborhood in Chicago..

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"fort polk louisiana" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

Mental Illness Happy Hour

05:37 min | 2 years ago

"fort polk louisiana" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

"It was January thirty first nineteen sixty nine hundred sixty eight the opening day of the Ted offensive. So the shit storm of the Vietnam war. That's what changed everything. It changed. Politics changed the thinking in more than anything to change the mind of the noted news, anchor, Walter Cronkite. Yeah. So it was a shit storm in Thomson Newt? Airbase was under attack small arms fire. Everybody was all the soldiers around the berm facing outward. Helicopters gunships flying over smoke billowing from Saigon, and it was. I was just dazed. And that's the first place when I went on a second aircraft, a helicopter Huey to go up to a place called Ben wa. I was told get outta those khakis. You look like target Lieutenant and we we quickly flew over a little berm and then you could see Saigon it was under attacked the Viet Cong had penetrated the American embassy. The large force came in and took over the Newport bridge and many Americans died there. They had fighting at the racetrack. The Chinese section called show lawn in the cemeteries, and. The city was not secure. It may be around the embassy where they finally beat back that Viet Cong offensive. But the city was still somewhat occupied, and and men were men were dying Americans. So yeah, that was my introduction. So let's talk about the part of your story that interests me the most because you know, we've, we've heard stories from people about the nam and the logistics of this and that. But I, I would like to know emotionally, what's the arc. That somebody goes through from, I might get drafted to, I'm drafted, or in your case you enlisted so he could choose which branch to go into. To landing to your assignment to some of the things you encountered to transitioning back home. I would love to know the the inner life. What you're thinking about yourself, what you're thinking about the world, you're placing it, the war, our government, all those kinds of things. Right. Very good question. And for me. I didn't want to go in to the army. I didn't want to go to Vietnam. What I wanted to do was do what I loved, which was painting drawing. So I applied to the school of the Art Institute in Chicago, fantastic school. That's what I wanted to do. For some reason. They didn't want me and I received a rejection letter. Now, I had the chutzpah to take my letter. I got on the l. train and went down and I went into the school and I asked to the s the secretary can I speak to the guy who signed my rejection letter and after an hour and a half, he saw me, you know? So I asked him, I said, can you reconsider this? And he kind of stumbled and said, no. And then I said, well, why did you? Why did you reject me? Wasn't my academic performance in high school or was it my art portfolio? And he said both and stormed out. The secretary was standing at the door and she said, Mr. Duffy's time to go. So at any rate, what happened was I got home and shortly thereafter I received a draft notice. I still didn't want to go into the military, but with the draft notice I knew. From talking to my friends down in LVN beach in Chicago in up in Rogers park that the draft notice Mentz they could pick you for the marines for the navy for the army, possibly the air force, but mainly the marines. I didn't want that and they would assign you wherever they wanna. Do a sound you within that branch? Exactly. And what your what your job was. So I was pretty good in mathematics, and I took some tests and I said, why'd like to be a road surveyor? And he said, we can do that for you. So I did enlist in who served the draft where it would have been potluck, went into the military and was sent to fort Polk Louisiana. For the initial training and then sent to fort sill for the survey trainy. Hold that thought, we'll come. We'll come back to that, but tell the story about bringing your draft card in to that room. Well, the draft board in our neighborhood was up a long flight of stairs. Let me describe this neighborhood in Chicago..

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"fort polk louisiana" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"fort polk louisiana" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"It was like bivouac maneuvers we were like waiting for tell line was like five o'clock in the morning i was laying back and just light up cigarette and i looked up and i saw the first one across the sky i thought it was like a meteorite and then within seconds the second one came by and then the third one four five nine in a row in single file formation flying at twenty thousand miles an hour you know i can see it from from the from my right my left and then here's what's interesting but i told you story and then here's an interesting kicker this whole story i was cutting a few years ago a friend of mine and we got to talking about your foe stories and he started telling story about a ufo incident in nineteen seventy five at fort polk louisiana and i about dropped my you know what and yeah and he said he saw nine ufo's and when he said that is like so i i'm glad i got into but then the here's the kicker this story i'm a young kid about eighteen just turned eighteen i saw that and i was mortified i was gonna ask somebody next to me if they've seen it and i didn't i you know i was a squad leader i had didn't really tarnished my reputation did you see that kind of thing and all of a sudden i heard this voice i said i said what was that and i heard this voice in my head and said it was a great deception there you go i'm doing greatly doing now there you go.

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"fort polk louisiana" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"fort polk louisiana" Discussed on WLAC

"Bivouac maneuvers we were like waiting to challenge it was like five o'clock in the morning i was laying back and just light up cigarette and i looked up and i saw the first one across the sky i thought it was like a meteorite and then within seconds the second one came by and then the third one four five nine in a row in single file formation flying what twenty thousand miles an hour it was you know i can see from from the from my right when my left and then here's what's interesting but i told the story and then here's the interesting kicker this whole story i was elk hunting a few years ago with a friend of mine and we got to talking about your stories and he started telling this story about a ufo incident in nineteen seventy five at fort polk louisiana and i about dropped my you know what and yeah and he said he saw nine ufo's and when he said that is like so i i'm glad i got into it but the the here's the kicker this story i'm a young kid about eighteen just turned eighteen i saw that and i was mortified i was gonna have somebody next to me if they'd seen it and i didn't i you know i was a squad leader i had i couldn't really tarnished my reputation did you guys see that kind of thing and all of a sudden this voice said i said what was that and i heard this voice in my head and said it was a great deception there you go.

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"fort polk louisiana" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"fort polk louisiana" Discussed on 710 WOR

"About you incident back in nineteen seventy five when i was in boot camp in basic training in fort polk louisiana what happened bivouac maneuvers we were like waiting it was like five o'clock in the morning i was laying back and just light up cigarette and i looked up and i saw the first one go across the sky i thought it was like a meteorite and then within seconds the second one came by and then the third one four five nine in a row in single file formation flying what twenty thousand miles an hour it was you know from i can see it from from the from my right my left and then here's what's interesting but i told georgia story and then here's the interesting kicker this whole story i was elk hunting a few years ago with a friend of mine and we got to talking about your foe stories and he started telling story about a ufo incident in nineteen seventy five at fort polk louisiana and i about dropped my you know what and yeah and he said he saw nine ufo's and when he said that is like so i i'm glad i got into but then the here's the kicker this story i'm young kid about eighteen just turned eighteen i saw that and i was mortified i was gonna have somebody next to me if they'd seen it and i didn't i you know i was a squad leader i had i didn't really turnage my reputation did you see that kind of thing and all of a sudden i heard this voice i said i said what was that and i heard this in my head and said it was a great deception there you go.

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"fort polk louisiana" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"fort polk louisiana" Discussed on WRVA

"Deal incident back in nineteen seventy five when i was in boot camp in basic training in fort polk louisiana what happened bivouac maneuvers we were like waiting for caroline it was like five o'clock in the morning i was laying back and just light up cigarette and i looked up and i saw the first one go across the sky i thought it was like a meteorite and then within seconds the second one came by and then the third one four five nine in a row in single file formation flying at twenty thousand miles an hour is you know from i can see it from perfil from the from my right my left and then here's what's interesting but i told jerry this story and then here's the interesting kicker this whole story i was elk hunting years ago a friend of mine and we got to talking about your foe stories and he started telling the story about a ufo incident in nineteen seventy five at fort polk louisiana and i about dropped my you know what and yeah and he said he saw nine ufo's and when he said that is like so i i'm glad i got into but the the here's the kicker this story i'm a young kid about eighteen just turned eighteen i saw that and i was mortified i was gonna ask somebody next to me if they've seen it and i didn't i you know i was a squad leader i had a and really tarnished my reputation did you see that kind of thing and all of a sudden i heard this voice and said i said what was that and i heard this voice in my head and said it was a great deception there you go i'm doing great man how are you uneven.

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"fort polk louisiana" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"fort polk louisiana" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Yeah fo incident back in nineteen seventy five when i was in boot camp in basic training in fort polk louisiana what happened bivouac maneuvers we were like waiting for caroline it was like five o'clock in the morning i was laying back and just light up cigarette and i looked up and i saw the first one go across the sky i thought it was like meteorite and then within seconds the second one came by and then the third one four five nine in a row in single file formation flying but twenty thousand miles an hour you know i can see it from from the from my right my left and then here's what's interesting but i told you story and then here's the interesting kicker this whole story i was elk hunting a few years ago with a friend of mine and we got to talking about your foe stories and he started telling the story about a ufo incident in nineteen seventy five at fort polk louisiana and i about dropped my you know what and yeah and he said he saw nine ufo's and when he said that i was like so i i'm glad i got into but here's the kicker this story i'm a young kid about eighteen just turned eighteen i saw that and i was mortified i was gonna ask somebody next to me if they'd seen it and i didn't i you know i was a squad leader i had i couldn't really tarnished my reputation did you see that kind of thing and often i hear this voice i said i said what was that and i heard this voice in my head and said it was a great deception there you go.

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"fort polk louisiana" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"fort polk louisiana" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"A few students told us their textbooks are held together with duct tape teachers salaries in oklahoma are also among the worst in the nation many work at least one extra job to make ends meet one teacher told me she works for different jobs clayton sandell abc news oklahoma city a lawyer out of the uk will be sentenced today it's part of the ongoing russia investigation carried out by special counsel robert muller here's mark mayfield alexander vendor swan a dutch citizen work with trump campaign officials paul manafort and rick gates and ukraine he's pleaded guilty to lying to investigators he didn't tell them about interactions he had with gates and a former russian military intelligence operative manafort and gates have been charged with money laundering boundaries lawn is unlikely to get much if any time behind bars and even prosecutors suggest he should be free by august so he can be present for the birth of his child us army sergeant who was missing for over a week has been found and reunited with his family the sergeant carl semen it was declared a wall last week after he missed the bus to fort polk louisiana he was found a few miles away in fayetteville north carolina at a walmart where he and his cell phone were found now grandfather jim maloney says the family does not know where he was or if he will face any disciplinary action we run away from some offer different reasons and i'm not saying he did i'm just saying what whatever happened we'll find out eventually i want all the naysayers say just give us a chance chance taken to an army medical center for evaluation dash cam video of a newark new jersey teens version of cops the cops tv show theme songs going viral it was recorded serenading police officers placing him under arrest which police were chasing the unidentified sixteen year old suspect for driving a stolen mazda the witness says it was like viewing a version of cops life deedee and fire him if i'm in my house was phenomenal after cutting across the country club golf course the suspect ditched that car but was busted shortly after a.

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"fort polk louisiana" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"fort polk louisiana" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In this exercise they get caught up in an ambush it underlines while they've also been brushing up on their combat skills because even if they are and pathetic and culturally sensitive the advisers are still soldiers for npr news i'm jay price in fort polk louisiana we want to take a moment to welcome somebody who listeners have come to know well over the previous months and years as a frequent guest host of this program now a permanent member of the hosting team alpha chang you heavier in the studio i am so happy and proud to be here as a key quite leave it i came in here ten years ago as a crock fellow at the when you're fellowship your npr i remember during orientation staring at the show being produced and now i can't believe i'm on the other side of the glass while we are thrilled to have you as part of the team and look forward to hearing lots more from you here on all things considered from npr news support for npr comes from this station and from visit saint peter's clearwater with miles of white sand beaches and artistic draws including star wars in the power of costume at saint pizza museum of fine arts through april first at visit saint peak clearwater dot com from at last season believing all teams can do amazing things when work is open from going to mars to decoding the human genome through open products like jira trillo in stride at last see is committed to unleashing team potential from fidelity investments taking a personalized approach to helping clients grow preserve and manage their wealth learn more at fidelitycomwealth fidelity brokerage services llc and from the sustaining members of this npr station.

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"fort polk louisiana" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"fort polk louisiana" Discussed on KQED Radio

"He has grown lately so now the army's creating units with thousands of soldiers whose training and mission is specifically to serve as advisers jay price of member station w unc reports from fort polk louisiana were the first of the new advisor brigades trained for spring deployment to afghanistan the army is weaponising chitchat and on a massive scale good the amount of its night and major jason mon keeps his sitting at a table in a makeshift headquarters for the afghan actor playing the role of a commando from his nation's on the territory he says on kyuson his team or part of the first of the army's new brigades of military advisors they share an interest in working with troops from other cultures you get the learn what they're doing he did the interact with your counterparts on a daily basis and you can actually see changes the new adviser unit is called the first security force assistance brigade or s fab it's only a few months old the army built it mainly with volunteers most of them combat veterans and many with past experiences advisors they were essentially handpicked colonel scott jackson commands the new unit personality characteristics sympathy flexibility of patients it's kind of goldens where he's eishin by the by the age at people with higher who harshly major mon cues for example is a company commander that's usually a job for captains one ranked lower in the s many roles are performed by someone with the rank higher than normal or with enough experience to be promoted and there are no junior enlisted soldiers only sergeants and above jackson says that's by design five years older than average for gay commander already done it thank matters role at least three years older than the average thank men he was with all older than the evidence heel so with that comes better judgement but a maturity more patients than we go from there and they're looking for something else that just as crucial for people who were couple would be an uncomfortable and you want to work within a culture that snatch room jackson's brigade is based at fort benning georgia and has more than five hundred soldiers a second brigade is forming at fort bragg in north carolina at four more maurer planned they're getting special foreign language training and learning to work with foreign weapons.

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"fort polk louisiana" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"fort polk louisiana" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Aid he then government because the fa is a safety agency providing safety oversight in your traffic services um it really does rely on decisions based on safety data and maxstyle your head of the nonpartisan partnership for public service says personnel decisions for such key government positions should above all be based on merits it is really important to understand that is vital that the people that are pick for this positions actually are the very best in class they have the capabilities to perform at the highest levels because the consequences are so large a white house official would only say there are no personnel decisions to announce at this time brian naylor npr news washington for decades the us army has provided military advisors to work with allies around the world that need need has grown lately so now the army is creating units with thousands of soldiers whose training and mission is specifically to serve as advisers jay price of member station w unc reports from fort polk louisiana were the first of the new advisor brigades trained for spring deployment to afghanistan the army as weaponising chitchat in on a massive scale he with the amount of its night and major jason mon keeps his sitting at a table in a makeshift headquarters with an afghan actor playing the role of a commando from his nation's army authorities in his alligator's one kyusun his team or part of the first of the army's new brigades of military advisors they share an interest in working with troops from other cultures you get the learn what they're doing it at the interact with your counterparts a daily basis and you can actually see changes the new adviser unit is called the first security force assistance brigade ort s fab it's only a few months old the army built at mainly with volunteers most of them combat veterans and many with past experiences advisors they were essentially handpicked colonel scott jackson commands the new unit personality characteristics sympathy flexibility and patience that's kind of dotan's organisation by the age of people we hire who harshly major mon queues for example is a company commander that's usually a job for captains one rank lower in the ass many roles are performed by someone with the rank higher than normal or with enough experience to be promoted and there are no junior enlisted soldiers only.

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"fort polk louisiana" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan

105.3 The Fan

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"fort polk louisiana" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan

"The house the pride of washer tall baptist university were telling stories about us dives it at washer top rookie year in the national football league with the cowboys it nineteen seventy twelve games under your belt before you played a regular season game would you consider the the rookie games that were played in six preseason gapes and then you're rookie season gets cut short because of military commitment right that's right that was an era of that was in an era of the vietnam war was toning down and so i was call mark i was in the national guard was called to basic training my unit was in the middle of my rookie year so i ended up playing in the minnesota game in i'll never forget it minnesota game kohl's the devil up there in the middle of the season i was having a really good good year i've been the mvp and two of the first five games so we go up and play minnesota they just crushes they beat us thirty five seven was fifty four to thirteen thirty five i would look roh football rather if the right now i was not in a good mood that day so the next morning i the next morning we flew back in the next morning i left for fort polk louisiana spent the rest of the season in fort polk and basic training they shake my head and all the here that i had the little here that ira and but i've in gil brandt helped me a lot and because he had negotiated with the general of the fourth army band and allow me to come back and play on weekends so i would fly out of fort polk out of basic training and fly and dallas without any practice without any practice income i didn't because there are some guys you know charlie waters ended up taking my spot at at free safety and which ultimately hope helped us coordinate bettered later times and and then but i i would come in and play on fifth back and all the other kickoff returns and punt returns i did that and and then i got my spot back did they all when you went to boot camp and say practice and.

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"fort polk louisiana" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"fort polk louisiana" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"No ooh saturday mornings seven o'clock that can only mean hooked on golf please join us fill out our force here although it's going to take probably a little more than adams by myself not by myself i've got mad leland there john is on an assignment in trump's voyage will be calling a man what was with that weather yesterday it was a little weird wasn't it there is some rain but it was still high felt like loida felt like florida well in order reminded me of reminded me of fort polk louisiana will let me take the credit lim cancer and other in there well rick lives near fort polk louisiana i'm trying to forget that but that was that was yucky this is my kind of weather is an old san francisco boy just give me the fog i'll take that anytime at least we you can sleep at night with that story any out this week on the show as i said that john abbot growth will be calling in with trump's budget of for segment in the second zach we're we're gonna have tom spencer hang around a little bit then at the bottom of the hour we've got dave davies who's got that quite an important job this week he's the golf course superintendent over at cpac stonebriar we're the web duck combat we may classic is being held and then in our last segment carl's steward one of the great sports writers in the north in california who covers a lot of golf you know there's really not a lot of just golf writers anymore a branch out into other sports but carl does a great job down at the at t every year and he's all over this le may classic so obviously we're gonna talk to him a little bit about you know who played in that tournament steph occur we will have all that right here on hooked on golf knbr six ad these sports leader.

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