21 Burst results for "Infantry Battalion"
US Sending 3,000 Troops to Help Evacuate Some Embassy Staff in Afghanistan
"Key cities in Afghanistan. Kabul could fall within 30 days. As many as 3000 troops being sent in to help evacuate the embassy. Here's Deputy Opie's national security correspondent JJ Green 3000. Troops are on the way to Kabul. The first troop movement will consist of three infantry battalions that are currently in the Central Command area of responsibility. They will move to Hamid Karzai International airport within the next day or so. Two of these battalions or Marines won his army. Pentagon press secretary John Kirby made it clear this is not a combat mission. I want to stress that these forces are being deployed to support the orderly and safe reduction of civilian personnel at the request of the State Department and to help facilitate an accelerated process of working through s. I V applicants. This is a temporary mission with a narrow focus. Another 1000 army and Air Force troops are being moved to facilitate the processing of special immigrant visa applicants. There are thousands of Afghans and their families who have helped the U. S military during the war who need to get out because if the Taliban captures them, they will surely be killed. J. J Green W
U.S. Sends 3K Troops to Kabul to Evacuate Some Embassy Staff
"As security quickly gets worse in Afghanistan the U. S. is sending troops to help evacuate some personnel from its embassy the Pentagon is sending three infantry battalions to Hamid Karzai International Airport approximately three thousand personnel spokesman John Kirby says will arrive in the next two days to help with the partial evacuation the announcement comes as the Taliban continue with stunningly fast defensive weeks before the U. S. military pullout ends the militants have now seized nearly a third of Afghanistan's thirty four provincial capitals including its third biggest city the embassy pull out and security bu suggested by the administration is not confident Afghan forces can secure at the national capital Sager mag ani Washington
"infantry battalion" Discussed on H-Hour: A Sniper's Podcast
"The whole street in the process loughgall was very surgical and what was going on and achieved a lot and you started to pick away at the decision making on the confidence that they had in their own abilities by charging the weapons by arresting them. We're going in bhai interdicting operations before they happen by arresting people as were coming out of operations where the ball modern going off and they didn't know where the information was coming from. So that gov to the communist point did we take that forward ghanistan could the the early days of coniston into benign environment. Well on there was a lot of good hearts and minds work going on art into the different villages getting an understanding of what happened and that was before iraq happened and then all of sudden iraq happens. We get distracted and taken off to iraq but afghanistan is still brewing in the background and there is a point on a domain when when the point was but there's a point when an afghanistan things went from the early days hearts and minds and doing good stuff that sort of stuff of the british Really good out on the on the on the ground in different operational theatres to turning into more of a fight against the taliban sex was nothing. That was yeah so sex when we went in i. And if you look at what happened in here. I'm going to be slightly disingenuous. I be out. Maybe maybe just the mindset changed. Well i'm going to say it doesn't necessarily to certain commanders doing it in a very generic way not putting the blame in any individual or anything else but if you look at the destruction that there is in the military and you look at the pressures that are on so we've got we've gone from a benign another operational conflict warfighting action still going on iraq. We're going back to something that had started off with the balkans heart minds turning into something. That's a bit more connecticut. So you're the first commodity officer of the infantry battalion on the ground workers goes kinetic has to deal with this change that's happening and deals with it. Very effectively and a good terms takes the fight an appropriate way back to the enemy and containing it as much as possible whilst come up with a plan as to you what you need to do to try and interdict it at the tactical level first commanding officer. Because he's done hunt gets a dsl or gets a big metal big ball. I don't know which ones getting next commanding officer comes. In on.
"infantry battalion" Discussed on Inspirational Interviews with Jen Rodd
"Four you forty, four seat money finish school in about ninety. Nine I mean ninety four what am I saying? You're nineteen ninety-four you probably would have finished. Yes, road engine. About Ninety four, then you did a year of mechanical then you did your three is of. Owning. Sorry. I forget it was it was just like a few hours. So I was just a few. Mechanical and then you you did three is of geography Rut, and then from you you went taking into did you say? From Did, a year is a landscape gardener actually. which already enjoyed I I check my style enroll marines and romances quite in the late part of. Courses and I didn't get in essentially. Uh Physical. Day what's called the admiralty interviewed, which is down to. The end of a long stream of a week of. Testing, input your initial women they say A. Really. Nice lady speaks to you and she talks about your relationships and your home life makes you feel very off God and then the Larsen she said to me was like it never done any drugs at university you can. You can be honest about this know just best the everything's out. On about the Stuff university in the end on I was not in she requested a sort of of an analysis for the why the government is that it wasn't. Done Drugs University. It was the five that you so readily admitted doing it Heinsohn. That is adventure there. And they're on his join the join the army and and don't tell the not and and so I did. then. So I joined the joined Devon Dorset Regiment, which is an infantry battalion spent a year. Okay. Wait hold on hold on. What you just said they I mean, that was that was profound like you said to yourself I'm GONNA. You know what I mean like you went full throttle and and you were you were honest. And they turned you down based on that. I. Like I mean that must have had some kind of effect on you because you you talk about moral compass and about not being flaky and this is something that's innate within you. There's definitely something that drives you away from being. flaky gentlemen you very driven away from that and driven away from. June would just being immoral and then you were. Being. Moral I. Took like, how did that affect you because this is I think is one of the reasons JEN identify. As being very military. Because because it didn't there was a conflict. Of more was going on that I mean even. I just sort of I sort of resigned myself. This game that I had to play for small amount of time while I was in the military learning skills that I thought I wanted in order to then lead the lifestyle I could possibly live. I tolerated Carlos things but. I enhanced in law. And the officers mess they would have an extraordinary really, but they would have a second. The second eleven night was in the morning downwards and it was basically, you weren't allowed to bring your wife or your go burns you had to bring your message. So the woman that you were you a shocking on the side. Yeah on our. Fat Level of. To, say and dishonesty trout hold. The officers mentioning shining examples paper for the soldiers to be led God yeah. ABBA WORD You guys. Yeah it would..
Israeli drone crashes in Lebanon amid tensions with Syria
"Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has warned both Syria and Lebanon that Israel will hold each accountable for any attack on the country emanating from their territory. He was referring to a spike in tensions along both borders. On Friday, shrapnel hit a car and a building in the Israeli held Golan Heights. Apparently a Syrian air defenses attempted to down and Israeli drone. In the Lebanon The Shiite Hezbollah militia has been hinting it will seek revenge after one of its fighters died last week in an air strike against the target in Syria, Hezbollah and others have blamed the attack on Israel. The Israeli military moved an infantry battalion to the Lebanese border in anticipation of trouble.
Israeli drone crashes in Lebanon amid tensions with Syria
"Are rising between Israel and some of her neighbors. The media lines Lawrence Rifkin has more Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has warned both Syria and Lebanon that Israel will hold each accountable for any attack on the country emanating from their territory. He was referring to a spike in tensions along both borders. On Friday, shrapnel hit a car and a building in the Israeli held Golan Heights. Apparently a Syrian air defenses attempted to down and Israeli drone in the Lebanon The Shiite Hezbollah militia has been hinting it will seek revenge after one of its fighters died last week in an air strike against the target in Syria, Hezbollah and others have blamed the attack on Israel. The Israeli military moved an infantry battalion to the Lebanese border in anticipation of trouble. I'm Lawrence Rifkin Town Hall News Jerusalem
"infantry battalion" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Seven W. A. B. C. west ran on the cross Bronx it's stop and go traffic from Webster Avenue over to the Deegan there's an accident on the off ramp seven Harlem river drive has slow traffic through the one twenties construction there and he's been on the Jackie Robinson parkway the dealing with an accident right by Forest Park as you go toward the Q. Gardens interchange alone island repair work on the west and L. I eat shut down between exits forty nine forty eight you have to use the service road and north bend Connecticut turnpike repair work at exit eight Stanford exit sixteen in Norwalk I'm Steve Reggie talk radio seventy seven WABC I'm John bachelor this is the John Batchelor show good evening I welcome my colleague Malcolm hold line conference of presidents of major American Jewish organizations and we're very pleased to represent the two you're welcome the representative from the eleventh congressional district of New York that is Staten Island south Brooklyn to the rest of the world Max rose who is an active member of the National Guard and most recently he was on duty with the National Guard during this crisis and afterwards Max a very good evening to you you're served with the very famous fighting sixty ninth now an infantry battalion once upon a time of course it March fifth Avenue on its way to war in nineteen sixty is seventeen and again in nineteen forty two so your serving with distinguished men of others however the history here now crashes into the pandemic what was the experience like to be a lending a hand during a national crisis good evening to Max okay it was a distinct privilege to get the chance to put the uniform.
"infantry battalion" Discussed on The Mighty Oaks Podcast
"Faith is an important component for those who were serving in the military And we'll get to some more of how you're doing that specifically but this is something we discuss a lot but from your perspective as a chaplain as someone who has a cross on his collar and is the designated religious person in the unit. And you're the guy that people are supposed to go to I it seems like there would be some. I don't know exactly what the word is. But but you're kind of the guy that people go to and they need to talk to someone and and for you as someone who believes that faith is extremely important. It's it's not a religious exercise. It's not something that you just encounter when you're having a hard time How do you communicate to the people that you're working with? That faith should be the foundation. That faith should be kind of that through thread that thing that carries through your life regardless of where you are. How do you as kind of the professional quote unquote communicate that to the men and women that you're serving rate question? Jeremy I think a lot of folks struggle with that not just chaplains. 'cause you're right when you put the quotes around professional. There's none of us. That are professionals. Were not really not called to ministry when we get a paycheck or a title were called to ministry when we come to Christ or when we're called Christ regardless of who you are whether you're ten or you're eighty faster not right so I think disagree question for all of us for for me particular. I mean it's just a matter of of saying it. Many question might be will how in that differs for every person in every conversation about win Nicodemus came to Jesus right at night and he comes in he asks. These questions is very key. Core questions about faith and Jesus says to him well you have to be born of water and spirit in the condemn. What does that even mean? And he's like well you got to be born again. And now you and I have used and have heard that phrase so many thousands of times that it seems comments but at that time. I'm not sure anybody had ever used that phrase born again. The so again Nicodemus is sort of like what are you talking about my paraphrase. Obviously not his actual words in John. Three but my point is just to say even Jesus himself he could have very easily laid it all out there at that moment right it could have said okay. We'll look here. You're affair senior. You're you're you're part of this council. Is this religious group of folk. Who should know all of this stuff all be scriptures so let me just lay out for your really clear? Here's what the Prophet said. Here's what they meant. Here's who I am God in Human Flesh and I'm Oh by the way I'm GonNa die when I die on a cross. It's it's not just the physical death in some way that you may not be able to understand the your son is going to be put on my body on my person and I'm GonNa pay for that dislike is if I could replace you on death. Row that's what I'm GonNa do any questions. He doesn't do that. He goes all you got to be born again. My point is just to say. I think you have to be sensitive to watch who you're talking to. What the timing is and how to present the message in a lot of. That's being prayerful and a lot of that is making sure to that. You take time to build relationships with people there's the old adage. I'm sure you've heard in maybe us. People don't know don't care how much you know until they know how much you care at especially true a lot of the folks that we work with have heard about Jesus. They've heard about God and because I wear a cross on my caller or depending on what uniform I'm wearing it might be here. People almost expect that of me what they really want to know. I is are you willing to listen. Do you want to know me or as chaplain as a professional? Are you looking to put another notch in your staff that you walk around with the metaphorical Shepherd's Crook or whatever but there? There's certainly there's times where it's very deliberate very overt. And there's other times where it's it gets weaved into the story and at some point. I'll tell you this though. I personally I always get to a point where I just let them know in some way if you want help. I'm GonNa do the best. I can to help you but I'm just gonNa tell you right now that you have a much higher chance of success with God fighting near corner than do this alone and furthermore if you really WanNa make sure that your effort is invested in things of eternal value you actually have to get caught in your corner. Otherwise you know we're just kinda putting bandaids on a on a second chessmen. How important is your personal credibility with the people that you serve with? I think of my time in an infantry battalion and we had a number chaplains that would come in.
"infantry battalion" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Katy a our news app your breaking news and traffic one thirty happy new year I'm John rollers searches underway this hour in the cold choppy waters off Alaska's coast for crew members of a sunken crab fishing boat ABC's Alex stone has detail it came in as a mayday call the one hundred thirty foot crab fishing boat this candies rose was sinking Coast Guard crews and air station Kodiak Alaska were about a hundred seventy miles away and immediately headed toward the boat two survivors have been found in a life raft in they were listed on to a Coast Guard chopper now the hunt is on for five more missing crew members a three hundred square mile area is being searched with forty mile per hour winds in twenty foot seas Alex Downey EBC news president trump ordering about seven hundred fifty US soldiers deployed to the Middle East with about three thousand more preparing for possible deployment in the next several days the troop movement comes after Tuesday's attack on the US embassy in Iraq by dozens of Iran supported militiamen US marines were immediately sent from Kuwait to reinforce the compound in announcing the new deployment defense secretary mark asper did not say specifically where the infantry battalion from the army's eighty second airborne division at Fort Bragg North Carolina would be heading but US officials telling the Associated Press they will go to Kuwait and then a full brigade of about four thousand soldiers may eventually be sent one thirty one let's check in right now with Patrick road he's live in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center it is we have in your new Cressy Phoenix working seventy eighth Avenue north a camel back to.
"infantry battalion" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Us on apple podcast Google place deterrence Spotify the urine roundup is produced at the C. B. S. news Washington bureau John Whitley is the technical supervisor I'm Steve Dorsey CBS news news ninety three point one K. F. local news breaking news traffic and weather and the K. F. I'm calling upon from ABC news Michelle Franzen in Baghdad U. S. troops fired tear gas on day two of escalations at the U. S. embassy pushing back hundreds of Iran backed militiamen and other protesters who set fire to the roof of a reception area inside the compound in response the Pentagon ordering additional troops deployed to the Middle East more than a hundred marines have already arrived to reinforce security at the US embassy in Baghdad two American Apache helicopters flying overhead and firing flares in a warning to protesters defense secretary mark asper now announcing in a statement an infantry battalion of about seven hundred and fifty soldiers has been authorized to deployed to the Middle East immediately after hundreds of protesters attempted to storm the embassy on Tuesday in as like a terror ABC news Washington new laws take effect around the country today including in Illinois where recreational pot is now legal that created long lines at the state's dozens of dispensaries early new year's day morning ABC's Ryan borough talking with customers outside one pot shop in Chicago ready aim to make their first purchases are you know what you're gonna buy.
"infantry battalion" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"An active investigation more details as we get them it's seven oh six US troops have fired tear gas to disperse pro around protesters who were gathered for a second day outside the American embassy account town in Baghdad dozens of pro Aradia militiamen and their supporters were camped out of the games the gates of the embassy where they had to stay over night after trashing a reception area and smashing windows they are by the gates right now protest in U. S. airstrikes over the weekend that targeted and Iran backed militia killing more than two dozen fighters after a rocket attack that killed a U. S. contractor ABC's NST like a terra reports from Washington more than a hundred marines have already arrived to reinforce security at the US embassy in Baghdad two American Apache helicopters flying overhead and firing flares in a warning to protesters defense secretary mark asper now announcing in a statement an infantry battalion of about seven hundred and fifty soldiers has been authorized to deployed to the Middle East immediately after hundreds of protesters attempted to storm the embassy on Tuesday in as like a terror ABC news Washington more now on new year celebrations all over the world and here's China seeing in Kailua although people in China welcome in the new year the celebrations have done very little so far to haul protests in Hong Kong in fact huge crowds gathered in selling gone for their first protest rally of twenty twenty on this new year's day this follows overnight clashes between police and protesters who March into a pact shopping district police also used tear gas pepper spray and water cannons to try and break of groups of demonstrators to block traffic and lit fires in the streets these protests began in June twenty nineteen over proposed legislation that could have extradited suspects in Hong Kong to face trials in mainland China although the legislation was withdrawn the protests have continued with demands for democratic reform an investigation into alleged abuses by police against protesters meanwhile Chinese president seating paying is calling for Hong Kong to return to stability following months of pro democracy protests in his new year's address presidency said I peaceful harmonious environment was key and necessary to restoring peace and prosperity in the region it is seven oh eight over down a Bloomberg business well NAS axe is one of the Bloomberg fifty people who defines two thousand nineteen will laws was nineteen years old and living with his sister when he released the first version of old town road it quickly climbs the charts in a rags to riches story worthy of a country song or would it be a hit pop.
"infantry battalion" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Through through the hello happy new year to all thank you my friend it is five thirty five some early clouds this morning otherwise becoming mostly sunny later today a pretty cold and windy out there will see a high of forty three did I pretty clear headed down to thirty three in Boston but in the twenties imho suburbs tomorrow a mix of sunshine and clouds turning much milder going up to forty seven same for Friday Saturday breezy and remain pretty mild for this time of year with a few scattered rain showers high of fifty right now partly cloudy thirty four degrees in Danvers thirty seven Chelsea thirty nine down in Quincy and thirty six in Boston it is five thirty five the Pentagon has ordered additional troops to the Middle East after violent protests outside the US embassy in a rock this after a force has already arrived to secure the embassy ABC's NST like Tara reports from Washington more than a hundred marines have already arrived to reinforce security at the US embassy in Baghdad two American Apache helicopters flying overhead and firing flares in a warning to protesters defense secretary mark asper now announcing in a statement an infantry battalion of about seven hundred and fifty soldiers has been authorized to deployed to the Middle East immediately after hundreds of protesters attempted to storm the embassy on Tuesday in as like a terror ABC news Washington meanwhile dozens of pro Iranian militiamen and their supporters were camped out of the gates of the embassy in Baghdad on Wednesday where they had stayed over night a day after they broke into the countdown trashing a reception area and smashing windows and one of the worst attacks on the embassy in recent memory more now on new year celebrations all over the world over now to China.
"infantry battalion" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"New York City where time square revelers are also getting set for the new year tonight for the first time ever on new year's eve specialized drones will be dotting the skies over New York to protect one of the world's biggest celebrations about a million people will pack Times Square first going through several layers of security including metal detectors and bomb sniffing dogs authorities say there is no specific credible threat but thousands of NYPD officers with heavy weapons will be on guard the new year brings with it new laws here in the state the minimum wage going up seventy five cents an hour to twelve seventy five an hour CBS is Sam let's anger takes a look at some of the other new laws around the nation illinois' governor is already granted more than eleven thousand pardons for low level marijuana convictions ahead of the state's new marijuana legalization law it will become of the eleventh state to legalize it for people twenty one older in California the trying to ban the sale of crocodile an alligator products but Louisiana which makes those sorts of things is waging a legal fight Arkansas will ban state funded human cloning taxes will be requiring gunshot wound kids in school because of all the mass shootings in recent years here's a big one California home of some of the country's big tech giants such as Google Facebook and Yahoo is rolling out a landmark digital privacy laws it'll regulate data collection from consumers that could be influential all around the country Sam lead singer CBS news in the aftermath of an attack on the U. S. embassy compound in Baghdad the president is sending more troops to the region seven hundred and fifty US soldiers are on their way to the Middle East tonight a decision made by president Donald Trump in the wake of protests outside the US embassy in Baghdad on new year's eve in a statement defense secretary mark asper thing the infantry battalion belongs to the eighty second airborne division based in Fort Bragg and warning that additional forces are prepared to deploy in the coming days if necessary the secretary called the move quote appropriate and precautionary because of the increased threat to US personnel and interests in the region Elizabeth Laughlin ABC news Washington channel three check on the highways now the Subaru retailers of knowing that all wheel drive.
"infantry battalion" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"A new way to buy and sell vehicles in Sacramento and it has a community focused smell gets caught up on all this hour's top national stories on news ninety three point one K. if we get from ABC news I'm Terry Alden or seven hundred fifty US soldiers are now on their way to the Middle East there the first of an immediate deployment after the worst attack on the US embassy in Baghdad in recent memory statement defense secretary mark asper thing the infantry battalion belongs to the eighty second airborne division based in Fort Bragg and warning that additional forces are prepared to deploy in the coming days if necessary the secretary called the move quote appropriate and precautionary because of the increased threat to US personnel and interests in the region Elizabeth Laughlin ABC news Washington north Korean leader Kim Jong moon warning that his nation will soon show the world the news tonight for the first young young state media also says that Kim accuses the trump administration of dragging its feet in nuclear negotiations police in New York City say Times Square will be the safest place on the planet this new year's eve tonight for the first time ever on new year's eve specialized drones will be dotting the skies over New York to protect one of the world's biggest celebrations about a million people will pack Times Square first going through several layers of security including metal detectors and bomb sniffing dogs authorities say there is no specific credible threat but thousands of NYPD.
"infantry battalion" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Indication that I ought to be skeptical of that hard arrived in Vietnam in February nineteen sixty seven he was assigned to our marine infantry battalion his job scout they were patrolling a heavily populated coastal area of farms and fishing villages the enemy Viet Cong guerrillas were elusive most of our contacts were not contact at all with mines and booby traps seventy five incidents per month on average over eight months half of them resulting in marine casualties and nobody to fight back at guerrilla fighters wore the same clothes as everyone else in Vietnam some villages secretly supported the guerrillas Earhart found the phantom enemy frustrating and frightening your patrolling the same villages day in and day out and every freaking day somebody hits a mine you got it dead marines you got wounded marines in meanwhile there's Joe rice farmer out there in the field you start asking yourself why are these people stepping on a mine and after awhile you start thinking these guys they're all the enemy like many veterans who eventually turned against the war bill Erhardt would come to regret seeing the Vietnamese as the enemy there are people who never had the joy of being a father never got to be married ever got to live out their lives literally because of me and for nothing for worse than nothing I was on the wrong side those people were fighting for their country as bill Erhardt was patrolling rice patties with the marines and army veteran named Jan bear it was back stateside Barry had served in Vietnam in the early sixties that's when American military personnel were acting as advisers to the south Vietnamese army he came to realize that the US was backing a corrupt and incompetent regime in South Vietnam very became so concerned about the escalation of the war the move to New York City to be close to the peace movement there one date Jen very sun newspaper ad for an anti war demonstration that's it that's the kind of organization I want to learn more about so very went to the protest it was spring nineteen sixty seven as many as four hundred thousand demonstrators showed up it was one of the largest anti Vietnam War protests to date five thousand Manhattan marchers include students housewives Nicole what's doctors businessmen teachers priests or not before the parade mass draft card burning wizard demonstrators claimed two hundred cars were burned but no accurate cost.
"infantry battalion" Discussed on KOMO
"That these marines were all participating and and indicate to rate they were making money while doing it were any of them highly ranked no they weren't these were really young guy they were all men low ranking between about private first class and corporal until they were part of a large large infantry battalion that was actually preparing to deploy at some point we don't know where that these were young young guys our Elizabeth thank you very much Elizabeth McLaughlin ABC news correspondent with us this morning from the Pentagon the inspector general of Chicago public schools has released a startling report about hundreds of complaints of sexual misconduct in the district more from ABC's Ryan borough the office of inspector general says there been more than four hundred and fifty complaints of sexual misconduct at Chicago public schools dating back to October amounting to about three complaints a school day a majority of those relate to a leering creepy or other concerning behavior by staff members volunteers or contractors but nearly twenty percent of the claims involve groping or other sexual conduct twenty three employees have been fired ninety seven adults pulled from classrooms pending investigations fifteen substitute teachers have been barred from teaching in the district Ribeiro ABC news Chicago a Pennsylvania school district is accepting an offer to cover school lunch debts the Wyoming valley west school district in northeast Pennsylvania the subtle letter to parents saying they don't pay off their children's lunch debts they could end up in dependency court which could result result in their children being placed in foster care in response of Philadelphia businessman made an offer to pay the debt in full at first the district refused the offer but now the school board president says it will accept what it calls the generous offer companies time five fifty.
"infantry battalion" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Of a client of your car part of a comeback company how much of the company is with you and by mail district we had okay so we will post for Bravo company second battalion eighty seven temperature regiment of the tenth Mountain Division the company consists of portal to the headquarters location and three rifle platoons like if the consisting of about forty men and Bermel I had two wonderful kids with me so second and third platoon were there with me and a assault and assault platoon and and a light infantry battalion is just it's like a heavy weapons okay a motorized infantry platoon consisting of about seventeen man so all told about hundred fighting men that would go beyond the wire control and there were two platoons and these platoons worthy what the burden of patrolling would fall on those platoons everything else is support for those two platoons is that correct that's a hundred percent correct yeah all right here we are it's winter time two thousand and six now traditionally an Afghanistan has been fighting wars as far back as we imagine homo sapiens so we'll just say a traditional wrenching back the British winter time is not a time for combat it becomes extremely severe to rain out complicated by weather and the winter is time for licking your wounds for traveling around for visiting your neighbors this spring is when you launch the offensive you arrive in the February of two thousand and six and you're told to secure the area are you given any good intelligence at this time about where the enemy is and who they are what we're not really not it not as not.
"infantry battalion" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"A client of your car part of the combat company how much of the company is with you it by mail district we had okay so we will post for Bravo company second battalion eighty seven temperature regiment of the tenth Mountain Division the company consists of portal to the headquarters platoon and three rifle platoons like I said consisting of about forty men and Bermel I had two wonderful kids with me so the second and third platoon were there with me and a assault and an assault platoon and and a light infantry battalion is just it's like a heavy weapons okay a motorized infantry platoon consisting of about seventeen man so all told about a hundred fighting men that would still be on the wire control and there were two platoons and these platoons worthy what the burden of patrolling would fall on those platoons everything else is support for those two platoons is that correct a hundred percent correct yeah all right here we are it's winter time two thousand and six now traditionally an Afghanistan has been fighting wars as far back as we imagine homo sapiens so we'll just say traditional I'm rushing back the British winter time is not a time for combat it becomes extremely severe to rain complicated by weather and the winter is time for licking your wounds for traveling around for visiting your neighbors this spring is when you launch the offensive you arrive in the February of two thousand and six and you're told to secure the area are you given any good intelligence at this time about where the enemy is and who they are what we're not really not it not as not.
"infantry battalion" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Yes, or no, no, okay. We'll talk to you. Thank you. Did you see the end of the game of the warriors played against the timber wolves? I don't think I've ever seen a team behave that way with they were trash talking the refs they made three after three and they were taunting Igwe dollar looked like a child laughing and pointing at the referee. If you don't know what happened at the end of the game the refs were terrible, and they took away. What would have been a made three by Durant that came with a free throw that would've won the game. They said, no. And it's just because they were in Minnesota. They said he was still on the floor. They didn't give him continuation. He was already off the ground when he shot it made the three found so they took that away. And then Steph went into the corner and made another three anyway. And when he made the three he rent he beeline toward the referee. And so did it. I've never seen a team behave that disrespectfully honest to God, it would have been funny if they'd gotten teed up right there because they wanted thirty one thirty if I don't know if you've. Even blame referee her giving a technical foul right there, given how disrespectful they were. But there was time left. And then the rep the refs job like the refs the refs should've started trash talking than that. Because the refs you cannot call what they called on they called it was there was no time left, and they would just won't lobbing the ball to the rim to Karl Anthony towns, and they call out. I mean, they were up nineteen in the game. Right. There were up nineteen. They blew in nineteen point lead to the timber yell at yourself. All right. Very good. You are incapable of being impressed by sport. Those are the takes here today on a whole round the Horne four five thirty eastern today. Tony reality. Join he's going to pollute the whole place. That's only reality joins o'clock Ono's another red flag. Five o'clock. This show aimed free for some at told Stu gods. Five thirty that might be a clue that it's able. Prank shows that five donlevatar d-. It's an opinion question. I gave you my answer. Okay. But you're wrong. Stugatz. I don't respect your opinion. Okay. These live at our show with his two guys on ESPN radio. Tony really is with us. Now, he's been doing a lot of good work for this place for a long time around the horn, five PM eastern how much has stugatz been bothering you. Tony. How can you tell us? The story of how we arrived in this place where allegedly stugatz going to make his around the horn debut today. How much he's been pestering people behind the scenes how often you hear from me. No in while blow. What did you say what's happening today away? You don't know about it. Then nobody no my told me to call in eight SAF. Like there was something. I thought you wanted to do something on the Special Olympics up. This is a game. One game my emotions big game. All right. So what's happening here? So he's not going out. Maybe. Don't don't today yet day. Yeah. That's happening. Yeah. We're cited it really excited. I mean, I know Dan, we've talked about this offense. I mean, I've always been a big fan of Stu. I mean, I think stupidity is incredible. As a podcast. His longtime fan hood of the New York Giants for me, you know, is really dear to my heart. I'm really happy about the. I mean, it's it's about two years. Let's say of my life when I have received text messages on the regular where I got blinking lights on a workforce that I never picked up. Cape through got the phone number. I I don't even know the number that he called, but there's a blinking light. And it's it's usually the same give me a shot. I just wanna shut just you know, a kid just trying to make it in the business. And and then there's been I mean. Isn't it? I mean is it an infantry battalion?.
"infantry battalion" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"But first our top story this hour. California governor Gavin Newsom ordering the withdrawal of hundreds of national guard troops from the state southern border capabilities. Joe Michaels joins us live in studio with details. So. Rid of the three hundred and sixty guardsmen now, working at the California Mexico border to be redeployed the crisis on the border is a manufactured crisis. And we are not interested in participating in this political theater. Governor Newsome says troops will be sent to what he calls more appropriate venues by the end of March one hundred and ten guardsmen will soon be supporting Cal fire operations to focus on work hand. Crews are currently engaged in and continued to do the work on defensible spaces and appropriately preparing for next fire season, the national guards Major General David Baldwin says another group of soldiers will return to deployment training. A number of those soldiers are coming from one infantry battalion preparing to go into what we call. It's ready year, which means ask to be ready for overseas deployment of combat zones. Governor Newsome says the one hundred guardsmen who remain at the border. We'll focus on targeting drug trafficking near ports of entry Getty. All right. Joe Michaels there. It's a 4._0._1. now at NewsRadio KFB PK just ahead on our case. Afternoon news, be hearing more from governor Newsom about the border and other things. His state of the state address is coming up tomorrow. And we'll have a poll on that to coming your way shortly. But right now, we've got your traffic and weather together, which we do every ten minutes. So let's hear from.
"infantry battalion" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"For that is the scourge of the balloon the new weapon of war. Of course is the airplane airplanes originally were used observation, but it was in English observation crew that began taking up hunting rifles with them, and they would take potshots at German observation aircraft. So the the usefulness the the product of aerial reconnaissance was recognized very very early on. And it came to fruition and World War One. The the the observer aloft the guy in the balloon can also adjust artillery in in the civil war artillery tended to be what we call direct fire that is you have a bunch of cannon the enemies across the valley. And you sit there new shoot directly at them. It was after the American civil war that canon began to be used in what's called indirect fire where you couldn't. See the enemy you had to rely on geometry and algebra and accurate. Descriptions of an observer to plant your artillery, and so. What better way to see the enemy then above him right by air? So at World War One the observation balloons were used to great and very deadly effect as artillery observer platforms. Well, the balloons obviously are amazingly vulnerable to both groundfire. But if you haven't back far enough from your position, then you don't have to worry about that the enemy comes on with airplane. So and starts targeting your observation balloons, and this by the way, my my grand uncle brick. My grandfather's, brother. He lost his leg flying a sop with pup. Against a German observation balloon, he the Germans hit him with a eight millimeter mouser machine gun around from German maxim machine gun, and they took his leg off below the knee. He's still fluent World War Two as a ferry pilot ferrying aircraft from Canada. To britain. But his flying career in the Royal flying corps later, the RAF came to an end. At the hands of a German machine gun guarding observation balloon, and he can tell the story like, you know, happened in our our earlier. So that counter reconnaissance became. You know, a new mission for for aircraft. So the utility of of this type reconnaissance could be utilized locally by an infantry battalion commander or regiment World War Two we had aerial reconnaissance down at the regimental and brigade levels. But then there was another level, and that was the strategic level and that really came into its own after World War Two..