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"louisiana army" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

08:10 min | 3 weeks ago

"louisiana army" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

"Jeremy Hammett deployed to Afghanistan right after 9 11 told by his mother, Robbie. This is the Fisher House Story of Families Love Brought to you by your local station and Fisher house dot org's. That was a couple of weeks early October on my husband got a phone call from his executive officer. It was five A.m. and we were both because husband drove into New Orleans, where he worked for the state headquarters of the Louisiana Army National Guard. Of course, as a teacher eyes you have to be on campus for about seven a.m.. So we had just gotten not. I answered the phone and it was his executive officer and you said, I need to talk to Gary and I said he's in the shower, he said. He's getting Hey, he took the phone. He didn't say much kind of okay? Yeah, kind of thinking. And when you got off the phone, he looked at me and he said you need to get some clothes on. Hey, did the same. And stepped out of the house. I didn't know until they've all done. But Bobby had called from our front gate because we had a river in a rural location at that time, had a couple of acres a couple of big dogs in the yard. So Bobby had stuff with the gate. And called and Gary brought in with Bobby. He was it is what I call class eight uniforms. That's special occasion attire and hey, had a letter from the Department of Defense. And they just handed me that letter that said that we were to call the Department of Defense. At seven a.m. and said we had, you know, every bit of an hour and a half to just gonna kill at that point, So I was sitting there with Bobby and he was telling me how pissed morning had developed. What? Little little tiny bit we knew. Simply that Jeremy had been heard. I don't even know that they told us them that it was a vehicle accident. When Bobby last talked anybody, Germany was still okay. But it's sand. Am Gary Doubt the number to the Department of Defense and immediately speaking to someone At some point, he Gary, my husband asked Is this an imminent death or death imminent situation? And that's military terminology. And so the like, Colonel, I guess maybe on the other side recognize and ask if my husband was military, and he said yes or so that kind of Open the door toe further conference session, but they did confirm and their expectation was that our son would not live. He had boarded a plane deal with Supplies needed because he was the supply sergeant for the union and said they had gotten everything prepped and gotten it on the plane. And they just needed somebody to go with it. And my son. It literally tossed his car keys. Tomo buddy and said, I'm going Kind on the plane loaded with supplies that flew into what we understand to be a deserted Russian air base and one of the provinces that bordered Afghanistan as soon as the government had gotten permission to set up some point in 2001. You're listening to the Fisher House. Story of families love. For more information, go to Fisher house dot or G'kar. That's Fisher house dot or and Jeremy was unloading and positioning. Supplies and equipment and Had been pinned. Between two of the large trucks when they were parking him after dark on the grassy area and had been impaled, um, the piece of equipment that was behind Ng And he had had surgery at the site because there was what we later learned was an Air Force best team. Because both of his femoral arteries had been severed, but he had walked away from the accident until the little driver. I'm just going to sit down, and then we're so grateful to God that that little fellas that I'm going to get somebody because to quote Jeremy, everything went to hell once that somebody got there, and they had some kind of a TV vehicle that they were able to let him home took him directly into that Air Force Surgical town. Of course, we're in London all this later. But they even You know, he had all that bleeding. They were able to stop that. But then they located the fellas, Soldier volunteer and literally did one of those blood transfusions from the one soldier into my son and stabilized you enoughto loading on the very plane that had carried the truck that have run doing And they got into Turkey where he was when we first told to the Department of Defense, and so we were getting updates. And we were trying to keep, you know, notify family back in the states that morning, and they were flying Jeremy from Turkey to launch tool to the larger Army Hospital in Germany and decided As yet that they felt like he wasn't going to survive these injuries. At one point, the count was eight surgical procedures over this first three days, and they Offered to fly my husband and me to Germany so we could be there with him, and that's when we learned about Fisher House. We had tickets, a friend of my husband's struggles to the New Orleans airport. And the next thing I remember is a gentleman in The airport in Germany had a cardboard 8.5 by left a piece of paper said Hamid on it, So I'm taking you all to One stole on. And as I recall, the first place we stopped does that the Fisher House because the German at the D O G had made those arrangements for us and then into the ICU. At the hospital there, and that was the most beautiful thing, my son. He had all those tubes and what have you And we couldn't stay long because there was anything we could do, but see the doctor and it was late and push along day after an international flight. So we went back. So the big pretty room upstairs to the left, and Fisher, Alice and the thing I remember Is a computer downstairs and the spacious Comfort of that that room. Made access of the computer and Was able to email my brother and all. And you know we're here. We saw him. He's good on and There was time for us to crash, but we didn't sleep long. I think it was three o'clock the next morning that we were both awake. And of course, we got dressed, and he is down to the intensive care the doctor Mattis again because he had The latest information at hand. I can't I wish now is more prepared to that. But I stayed with my son and my husband. I firmly believe protected me from so much because the doctor spoke to him and then sorry. They called the Jackson Uh huh. And it's a beautiful thing. When Kerry said, We have to give our son of God and we stood in the ICU. In Germany and we get.

Jeremy Hammett New Orleans Kerry 2001 London five A.m. Gary Turkey Bobby Robbie Department of Defense Afghanistan Louisiana Army National Guard Mattis Jeremy three o'clock 8.5 seven a.m. two both
"louisiana army" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

08:03 min | 3 weeks ago

"louisiana army" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Dot org's. That was a couple of weeks. Early October on my husband got a phone call from his executive officer. It was by the on we were both Earth because first and drove into New Orleans, where he worked for the state headquarters of the Louisiana Army National Guard. Of course, as a teacher eyes you have to be on campus for about seven a.m.. So we had Just not my answer phone and it was his executive officer and you said, I need to talk to Gary and I said he's in the shower, he said. Please getting Hey, take the phone. He didn't say much kind of okay? Yeah, kind of thinking And when you got off the phone, he looked at me and he said you need to get some clothes on. Hey, did the same and stepped out of the house. I didn't know until they bought them. But Bobby had called My front gate because we had. We were in a rural location at that time, had a couple of acres a couple of big dogs in the yards. Bobby had stopped with gate and called and Gary walked in with Bobby. He was, it is what they call class eight uniforms. That's special occasion attire. And hey, had a letter from the Department of Defense. And they just handed me that letter that said that we were to call the Department of Defense. At seven A.m.. And so we had You know, every bit of an hour and a half to just gonna kill at that point, So I was sitting there with Bobby and he was telling me how this morning had developed and what little little tiny bit we knew. Is simply that Jeremy had been heard. I don't even know them. They told us them that it was a vehicle accident. When Bobby last talked anybody in Germany was still okay. But it's San Am Gary dot the number to the department of the Champs and immediately speaking to someone At some point, he Gary, my husband asked. Is this an imminent death or death? Imminent situation? And that's military terminology. And so the like, Colonel, I guess maybe on the other side recognizing, ask if my husband was military and he said yes or so that kind of Open the door toe further come Brandon station, but they did confirm and their expectation was that our son would not live. He had boarded a claim deal with the supplies needed because he was a supply sergeant for the union and said they had gotten everything prepped and gotten it on the plane. And they just needed somebody to go with it. And my son. It literally tossed his car keys. Tomo buddy and said, I'm going Kind on the plane loaded with supplies that flew into what we understand to be a deserted Russian air base and one of the provinces that bordered Afghanistan as soon as our government had gotten permission to set up some point in 2001. You're listening to the Fisher House. Story of families love. For more information, go to Fisher house dot or G'kar. That's Fisher house dot Borg and Jeremy was unloading and positioning supplies and equipment. And hey, had been pinned between two of the large tracks when they were parking him after dark on the grassy area and had been impaled on the piece of equipment that was behind Ng, and he had had surgery at the site because there was what we later learned was an Air Force best team. Because both of his femoral arteries have been severed, but he had walked away from the accident until the little driver. I'm just going to sit down and then we're so grateful to God that that little jealous that I'm going to get somebody because to quote Jeremy, everything went to hell once said. Somebody got there, and they had some kind of a TV vehicle that they were able to let him alone took him directly into that Air Force Surgical town. Course we're learning about this later. But they even You know, he had all that bleeding. They were able to stop that. But then they located a fellow soldier volunteer and literally did one of those blood transfusions from the one soldier into my son and stabilized you in that loading on the very plane that had carried the truck that have run doing on and they got him to Turkey, where he was when we first saw to the department ends, and so we were getting updates, and we were trying Keep, you know, notify family back in the states that morning, and they were flying Jeremy from Turkey to launch still to the larger Army hospital in Germany and decided as yet that they felt like he wasn't going to survive these injuries. At one point, the count was eight surgical procedures over this first three days, and they Offered to fly my husband. I mean to Germany, so we could be there with him. And that's when we learned about fish around this way, had tickets. A friend of my husband's struggles to the New Orleans airport and the next thing I remember is a gentleman in the airport in Germany had a cardboard ate half my left a piece of paper, said Hamid on it. Toe and taking young to one store on and a Zay recalled the first place we stopped. Does that the Fisher House? Because the German at the deal he had made those arrangements for us and then into the ICU. At the hospital there, and it was the most beautiful thing. My son may had all those tubes and what have you and we couldn't stay on because there was anything we could do, but see the doctor and it was late and personal Long day after an international flight. I said, we went back to the big, pretty room upstairs to the left and Fisher house, and, uh, the thing I remember Is a computer downstairs and the spacious Number of that that room. Made access of the computer and was able to email my brother and all. And you know we're here. We saw him. He's good on and it was time for us to crash. But we didn't sleep long. I think it was three o'clock the next morning that we were both awake. Of course we got dressed, and he's down to the intensive care the doctor Mattis again because he had The latest information, and I kind of wish now is more privilege of that that I stayed with my son and my husband. I firmly believe protected me from so much because I'm just spoke to him and then sorry. They call the chaplain. And, uh, And it's a beautiful thing. When Kerry said, We have to give our son of God and we stood in the ICU. In Germany. And we did on duh. Amazing. We are got his faithful. My.

Kerry New Orleans Turkey 2001 Gary Germany Louisiana Army National Guard Afghanistan Hamid three o'clock Jeremy Department of Defense Mattis Tomo Bobby seven A.m Early October G'kar Fisher house dot one
"louisiana army" Discussed on DSC On Demand

DSC On Demand

05:49 min | 5 months ago

"louisiana army" Discussed on DSC On Demand

"Aumf already. Today is thursday february fourth me during hall doors. You do it bad. Daddy ask dave rickards. See a one five. Kgb joining us. Now you're such a man love the way you do that it makes me all tinguely inside all right. Good morning san diego. Good morning lauren. And paul and mark. I have super bowl trivia for you. Today are sharp on the game. Are you ready to go all right here. We go question number one. Let's see if you can do this now. Tickets for this weekend super bowl happening. Sunday can cost up to forty thousand dollars. That's right but how much was the average ticket for super bowl. One closest one gets it right dollars. Five dollars six born. What do you say two bucks. Who said six dollars. Mark mathis gets it right. They were all set at paul. Got it all right. Paul you got were twelve bucks the average price. Well well but yeah. That's right for super bowl one. Okay here we go next question. Chargers ticket I know in the In the victory that the bears had over the patriots in super bowl. Twenty they set a record for the least amount of yards in rushing allowed by one team. That was the patriots that they how many yards did the patriots. Get in the entire super bowl. Closest one wins. What do you think forty five. Forty james was crazy. James was. They're running back. So i want to say seventy eight right. What do you think lorne eighty five. Seven is the answer the patriot. Yes that's it yes. They were very strong defense. They got seven yards. That is a record that still stands bears. Get the most yards in that super bowl. That's not a question on jeopardy positive. Dave uneager start asking alex while they don't ask alexander getting back super bowl. Twenty-three here we go joe. Montana is down by one score against the bengals. He's got ninety two yards to go and three minutes to do it. He goes into the huddle. This is a true story and he says to tanjung john candy doll they got it right. They knew it right away. He goes into the huddle. It goes hey guys on the stands and it was john candy was all it was all transfix yes. He was all gameboy by john candy. Are you guys got that one. Excellent great here. We go super bowl thirty eight. Good morning san diego. What two superstars collaborated to bring us the infamous justin timberlake and lettuce. That's right the coffee function projects. Yes as. I keep hoping that. Paul and mark are going to recreate that. I just tearaway. We did earlier. Marc our service that nobody wants to see that tiny breast pocket. Mark mathis all right. I got a couple more for you. Here we go on your super bowl trip. You guys are killing it today. You're on your game here. We got who has appeared in more super bowl. Halftime shows than any other act. It's multiple choice downs. You're out there. Is it up graham rambling with people the grambling state university marching band or the three stooges gramley grambling where is gramling anyway. What is that grambling state university in alabama or something like that. I think it's one of the southern states. Yeah it's in the state of yes. It's in louisiana army. Lingers super bowl quarterback is the head coach or was the head again not interested. I'd is grambling state university's march man but all three of those have appeared. The three stooges and up with people have all appeared as the halftime act. But here we got. This is the last one. This is the bonus quieted. Whoever guesses one right is the winner or today's round of super bowl trophy. What is the highest number of combined points. Both teams combined points ever scored tractors charges. A forty niners. How was that a number. How was that a number score. I should listen to the question. That's reliable on an eighty eight. Eighty eight is smart. Matts eighty nine says lauren. What do you think paul. I'm going to go Say there was like a fifty to forty. I'm gonna say eighty six seventy five seventy five point sadly with the forty niners getting forty nine of those points. Beating the chargers seventy five. Who was the politika. When i get. I think i. I knew game everything she got now. You know how it works dave dave. Well aware learnings.

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"louisiana army" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:23 min | 6 months ago

"louisiana army" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Local station and fisher house dot org's. That was a couple of weeks early October on my husband got a phone call from his executive officer is 5 A.m. on? We were both a fucking first and drove into New Orleans, where he worked for the state headquarters of the Louisiana Army National Guard. Of course, as a teacher eyes you have to be okay with this for about 78 years, so we had Just not how I answered the phone and it was his executive officer, and he said, I need to talk to Gary and I said he's in the shower, he said. He's getting. Hey, take the phone. He didn't say much and okay, Yeah, kind of thinking And when I got off the phone, he looked at me and he said you need to get some clothes on. Hey, did the same and stepped out of the house. I didn't know so they bought them. But Bobby had calls from our front gate because we had a liver in a rural location at that time had a couple of acres. Couple of big dogs in the yards Bobby had stuffed with gate and called and Gary bought in with Bobby. He was, it is what they call classic uniforms that special occasion attire and hey, had a letter from the Department of Defense. And they just handed me that letter that said that we were to call the department of the hands at 7 A.m.. And so we have, you know, every bit of an hour and a half to just kind of kill at that point, So I was sitting there with Bobby and he was telling me how this morning had developed. What? Lin little tiny bit. We knew just simply that Jeremy had been heard. I don't even know that they told us them that it was a vehicle accident. When Bobbi last talked anybody. Germany was still okay. But it's San Am Gerry about the number to the Department of Chance Immediately speaking to someone at some point, he Gary, my husband asked Is this an imminent death or death? Imminent situation, And that's military terminology. And so that like Colonel, I guess maybe on the other side recognized, ask.

Bobby Gary executive officer Louisiana Army National Guard New Orleans San Am Gerry Department of Defense Germany Bobbi Lin Jeremy
"louisiana army" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

06:42 min | 6 months ago

"louisiana army" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Your local station and Fisher house dot org's that lists a couple of weeks early October on my husband got a phone call from his executive officer of the side of a yacht on we were both because husband drove into New Orleans, where he worked for the state headquarters of the Louisiana Army National Guard. Of course, as a teacher eyes you have to be on campus for about 7 A.m.. So we had just gotten not. I answered the phone and it was his executive officer, and he said, I need to talk to Gary and I said he's in the shower, he said. Please getting Hey, take the phone. He didn't say much kind of okay? Yeah, kind of thinking And when you got off the phone, he looked at me and he said, you need to get some clothes on. He did the same and stepped out of the house. I didn't know. So they walked down. But Bobby had called from our front gate because we had a liver in a rural location at that time, had a couple of acres a couple of big dogs in the yards Bobby had stuffed with Gate and called and Gary in Boston with Bobby. He was, it is what they call class eight uniforms. That's special occasion attire. And hey, had a letter from the Department of Finance. And they just handed me that letter that said that we were to call the Department of Defense. At 7 A.m. and said We had You know, every bit of an hour and a half to just gonna kill at that point, So I was sitting there with Bobby and he was telling me how this morning had developed and what little little tiny bit we knew. Simply that Jeremy had been heard. I don't even know them. They told us them that it was a vehicle accident. When Bobby last talked anybody, Germany was still okay. But it's San Am Gary Doubt the number to the department of the Champs and immediately speaking to someone At some point, he Gary, my husband asked. Is this an imminent death or death? Imminent situation? And that's military terminology. And so that like Colonel, I guess maybe on the other side recognized, ask if my husband was military and he said yes or so that kind of Open the door toe further conference session, but they did confirm and their expectation was that our son would not live. He had boarded a plane deal with the supplies needed because he was the supply sergeant for the union and said that they had gotten everything prepped and gotten it on the plane. And they just needed somebody to go with it. And my son. It literally tossed this car keys toe a buddy and said, I'm going And kind on the plane loaded with supplies that flu and so that we understand to be a deserted Russian air base in one of the provinces that bordered Afghanistan as soon as our government had gotten permission to set up at some point in 2001. You're listening to the Fisher House. Story of families love. For more information, go to Fisher house dot or G'kar. That's Fisher house dot or G'kar and Jeremy was unloading and positioning. Supplies and equipment and hey, had been pinned between two of the large trucks when they were parking him after dark on the grassy area and had been impaled theme the piece of equipment that was behind Ng, and he had had surgery at the site because there was what we later learned was an Air Force best team. Because both of his femoral arteries have been severed, but he had walked away from the accident, told the little driver. I'm just going to sit down and then we're so grateful to God that that little fella said. I'm going to get somebody because to quote Jeremy, everything went to hell once said. Somebody got there on they had some kind of a TV vehicle that they were able to let him own took him directly under that Air Force surgical town. Of course we're under. Not this later. But they even you know, he had all that bleeding. They were able to stop that. But then they located a fellow soldier volunteer and literally did one of those blood transfusions from the one soldier into my son and stabilized you enough, the loading on the very plane that had carried the truck that have run doing On and they got into Turkey, where he was when we first saw to the Department of Defense, and so we were getting updates. And we were trying to keep, you know, notify family back in the states that morning, and they were flying Jeremy from Turkey to launch tool to the larger Army Hospital in Germany and decided as yet that they Felt like he wasn't going to survive these injuries. At one point, the count was eight surgical procedures over this first three days, and they offered to fly my husband and me to Germany so we could be there with him, and that's when we learned about Fisher House. Way had tickets. A friend of my husband's Travis to the New Orleans airport on the next thing I remember is Gentleman in the airport in Germany at a cardboard ate half my left a piece of paper, said Hamid on, it said, I'm to. I'm taking you all to one stole. And as I recall the first Place we stopped. Is that the Fisher House because the German at the D O G had made those arrangements for us and then into the ICU. Adds, um, hospital there and it was the most beautiful thing. My son may had all those tubes and what have you and we couldn't stay on because there was anything we could do. But see the doctor and It was late and push along day after an international flight said We went back to the big, pretty room upstairs to the left, and Fisher, Alice and the thing I remember..

Fisher House Jeremy Bobby Gary Doubt Germany Department of Defense New Orleans executive officer Louisiana Army National Guard Fisher Department of Finance Turkey Air Force surgical town Boston Afghanistan Air Force Ng Travis Hamid
"louisiana army" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:50 min | 6 months ago

"louisiana army" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"And so we talked about getting real busy things you know, and just Kind of generalities, but I got the message. And sure enough, there were no more phone calls on Mary Walter in Washington, D C and you're listening to what happened to US Army Sergeant Jeremy Hammett. Deployed to Afghanistan right after 9 11 told by his mother, Robbie, This is the Fisher House Story of Families Love Brought to you by your local station and Fisher house dot org's. That was a couple of weeks early October on my husband got a phone call from his executive officer is five AM and we were both at because Husband drove into New Orleans, where he worked for the state headquarters of the Louisiana Army National Guard. Of course, as a teacher eyes you have to be on campus for about 7 A.m.. So we had just done that I am to the phone and it was his executive officer, and he's said I need to talk to Harry and I said he's in the shower, he said. Please getting taking. Take the phone. He didn't say much kind of okay? Yeah, kind of thinking. And when I got off the phone, he looked at me and he said you need to get some clothes on. Hey, did the same and stepped out of the house. I didn't know. So they bought down. But Bobby had called From our front gate because we had a liver in a rural location at that time, had a couple of acres Couple of big dogs in the yards. Bobby had stuffed with gate and called and Gary bought in with Bobby. He was in his, but they call classic uniforms that special occasion attire. And hey, had a letter from the Department of Defense. And they just handed me that letter that said that we were to call the Department of Defense at 7 A.m.. And so we had, you know, every bit of an hour and a half to just gonna kill at that point, So I was sitting there with Bobby and he was telling me how his morning had developed. What? Little little tiny bit we knew Just simply that Jeremy has been heard. I don't even know that they told us them that it was the vehicle accident. When Bobbi last talked anybody. Germany was still okay. But it's San Am Gary. Doubt the number to the department and immediately speaking to someone at some point, he Gary, my husband asked. Is this an imminent death or death imminent situation? And that military terminology and so that like Colonel, I guess maybe on the other side recognized.

Bobby Fisher House Sergeant Jeremy Hammett executive officer Department of Defense Gary Louisiana Army National Guard Harry US Mary Walter Afghanistan Washington Robbie New Orleans Bobbi Germany
"louisiana army" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

08:06 min | 6 months ago

"louisiana army" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"To what happened to US Army Sergeant Jeremy Hammett deployed to Afghanistan right after 9 11 told by his mother, Robbie. This is the Fisher House Story of Families Love Brought to you by your local station and Fisher house dot org's. That was a couple of weeks early October on my husband got a phone call from his executive officer. It was 5 A.m., and we were both because husband drove into New Orleans, where he worked for the state headquarters of the Louisiana Army National Guard. Of course, as a teacher eyes you have to be okay Office for about 7 A.m.. So we had just done that I am to the phone and it was his executive officer and you said I need to talk to Gary and I said he's in the shower, he said. Please getting Hey, he took the phone. He didn't say much kind of okay? Yeah, kind of thinking And when you got off the phone, he looked at me and he said you need to get some clothes on. Hey, did the same and stepped out of the house. I didn't know until they've walked down. But Bobby had called My front gate because we had a river in a rural location at that time, had a couple of acres, a couple of big dogs in the yards. So Bobby had stopped with gate and called and Gary bought in with Bobby. He was, it is what they call class eight uniforms. That special occasion. Atar and hey, had a letter from the Department of Defense. And they just handed me that letter that said that we were to call the Department of Defense. Had 7 A.m.. And so we had, you know, every bit of an hour and a half to just gonna kill at that point, So I was sitting there with Bobby and he was telling me how pissed morning had developed and what little little tiny bit we knew. Simply that Jeremy had been heard. I don't even know that they told us them that it was a vehicle accident. When Bobby last talked anybody, Germany was still okay. But it's San Am Gary dot the number to the Department of Defense to immediately speaking to someone. At some point, he Gary, my husband asked. Is this an imminent death or death imminent situation? And that's military terminology. And so the like, Colonel, I guess maybe on the other side recognize and ask if my husband was military, and he said yes or so that kind of Open the door toe further conference session, but they did confirm and their expectation was that our son would not live. He had boarded a plane deal with Supplies needed because he was the supply sergeant for the union and said they had gotten everything prepped and gotten it on the plane. And they just needed somebody to go with it. And my summit literary, tossed his car keys to a buddy and said, I'm going and kind on the plane loaded with supplies that flew into what we understand to be a deserted Russian air base in one of the provinces that bordered Afghanistan as His argument had gotten permission to set up some point in 2001. You're listening to the Fisher House. Story of families love. For more information, go to Fisher house dot or G'kar. That's Fisher house dot or G'kar and Jeremy was unloading and positioning supplies and equipment. And Had been pinned. Between two of the large trucks when they were parking him after dark on the grassy area and had been impaled. Um, the The piece of equipment that was behind him, and he had had surgery at the site because there was what we later learned was an Air Force best team. Because both of his femoral arteries have been severed, but he had walked away from the accident until the little driver. I'm just gonna sit down and then we're so grateful to God that that little fellas that I'm going to get somebody because to put Jeremy everything went to hell once that somebody got there, and they had some kind of a TV vehicle that they were able to let him up. Looking directly into that air Force surgical tap. Of course, we're London on this later, but they even You know, he had all that bleeding. They were able to stop that. But then they located a fellow soldier volunteer and literally did one of those blood transfusions from the one soldier into my son and stabilized you and that the loading on the very plane that had carried the truck that have run doing And they got into Turkey where he was when we first talked to the Department of Defense, and so we were getting updates. And we were trying to keep, you know, notify family back in the states that morning, and they were flying Jeremy from Turkey to launch tool to the larger Army Hospital in Germany and decided as yet that they Felt like he wasn't going to survive these injuries. At one point, the count was eight surgical procedures over this first three days, and they Offered to fly my husband and me to Germany so we could be there with him, and that's when we learned about Fisher House. Way had tickets. A friend of my husband's struggles to the New Orleans airport on and the next thing I remember is a gentleman in The airport in Germany had a cardboard 8.5. I left a piece of paper, said Hamid on it, I'm taking you all to one store on and As I recall the first place we stopped does that the Fisher House because the German at the D O D had made those arrangements for us and then into the ICU. At the hospital there, and that was the most beautiful thing. My son may have had all those tubes and what have you And we couldn't stay long because there was anything we could do, but see the doctor and it was late and push along day after an international flight. So we went back. Said. Big, pretty room upstairs to the left, and Fisher, Alice and the thing I remember. Is a computer downstairs and the spacious Comfort of that that room. Made access of the computer and Was able to email my brother and all. And you know we're here. We saw him. He's good on and it was time for us to crash. But we didn't sleep long. I think it was three o'clock the next morning that we were both awake. Of course we got dressed, and he's down to the intensive care the doctor Mattis again because he had The latest information, and I kind of wish now is more prepared to that. But I stayed with my son and my husband. I firmly believe protected me from so much because the time just spoke to him and then sorry. They called the Chapman. And, uh, And it's a beautiful thing. Think think, Kerry said. We have to give our son of God.

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"louisiana army" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

03:25 min | 6 months ago

"louisiana army" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Were no more phone calls. Ah, Mary Walter in Washington, D C and you're listening to what happened to US Army Sergeant Jeremy Hammett deployed to Afghanistan right after 9 11 told by his mother, Robbie. This is the Fisher House. Story of Families Love Brought to you by your local station and Fisher house dot org's. That was a couple of weeks early October on my husband got a phone call from his executive officer of this five Alia on. We were both because my husband drove into New Orleans, where he worked for the state headquarters of the Louisiana Army National Guard. Of course, as a teacher eyes you have to be on campus for about 7 A.m.. So we had just don't know if I am to the phone and it was his executive officer and you said, I need to talk to Gary and I said he's in the shower, he said. Please getting Hey, he took the phone. He didn't say much kind of okay? Yeah, kind of thinking And when I got off the phone, he looked at me and he said you need to get some clothes on. Hey, did the same and stepped out of the house. I didn't know until they bought them. But Bobby had called My front gate because we had a river in a rural location. At that time, I had a couple of acres, a couple of big dogs in the yards. So Bobby had stopped with gate and called and Gary bought in with Bobby. He was, it is what they call class eight uniforms. That special occasion. Atar and hey, had a letter from the Department of Defense. And they just handed me that letter that said that we were to call the Department of Defense. At 7 A.m.. And so we had, you know, every bit of an hour and a half to just gonna kill at that point, So I was sitting there with Bobby and he was telling me how pissed morning had developed and what little little tiny bit we knew. Simply that Jeremy had been heard. I don't even know that they told us them that it was a vehicle accident. When Bobbi last talked anybody. Germany was still okay. But it's San Am Gary dot the number to the Department of Defense to immediately speaking to someone. At some point, he Gary, my husband asked. Is this an imminent death or death imminent situation? And that's military terminology. And so the like, Colonel, I guess maybe on the other side recognize and ask if my husband was military, and he said yes or so that kind of Open the door toe further come Brandon station, but they did confirm and their expectation was that our son would not live. He had boarded a plane deal with Supplies needed because he was a supply sergeant for the union and said they had gotten everything prepped and gotten it on the plane, and they just needed somebody to go with it and my son. It literally tossed his car keys to a buddy and said, I'm going and kind on the plane loaded with supplies that flew into what we understand to be a deserted Russian air base in one of the provinces.

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"louisiana army" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

08:01 min | 6 months ago

"louisiana army" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"And so we talked about? Oh, yeah. Getting real busy things, you know, just kind of generalities. But I got the message and sure enough, there were no more phone calls. On Mary Walter in Washington, D C and you're listening to what happened to US Army Sergeant Jeremy Hammett deployed to Afghanistan right after 9 11 told by his mother, Robbie. This is the Fisher House Story of Families Love Brought to you by your local station and Fisher house dot org's. That was a couple of weeks early October on my husband got a phone call from his executive officer. It was 5 A.m., and we were both because husband drove into New Orleans, where he worked for the state headquarters of the Louisiana Army National Guard. Of course, as a teacher eyes, you know, I have to be on campus for about 7 A.m.. So we had just gotten not I answered the phone and it was his executive officer and you said I need to talk to Gary and I said he's in the shower, he said. Please get in. Hey, take the phone. He didn't say much kind of okay? Yeah, kind of thinking. And when you got off the phone, he looked at me and he said you need to get some clothes on. Hey, did the same. And stepped out of the house. I didn't know until they've all done. But Bobby had called from our front gate because we had a river in a rural location at that time. Had a couple of acres. A couple of big dogs in the yard. Bobby had stuff with the gate. Called and Gary brought in with Bobby. He was it is what they call class eight uniforms. That's special occasion attire and hey, had a letter from the Department of Defense. And they just handed me that letter. That said that we were to call the Department of Defense. At 7 A.m.. And so we had You know, every bit of an hour and a half to just gonna kill at that point, So I was sitting there with Bobby and he was telling me how pissed morning had developed and what little little tiny bit we knew. Is simply that Jeremy had been heard. I don't even know that they told us them that it was a vehicle accident. When Bobby last talked anybody in Germany was still okay. But it's San Am Gary dot the number to the Department of Defense and immediately speaking to someone At some point, he Gary, my husband asked Is this an imminent death or death imminent situation? And that's military terminology. And so the like, Colonel, I guess maybe on the other side recognize and ask if my husband was military, and he said yes or so that kind of Open the door toe further conference session, But they did confirm and their expectation was that our son would not live. He had boarded a plane filled with Supplies needed because he was the supply sergeant for the union and said they had gotten everything prepped and gotten it on the plane. And they just needed somebody to go with it. And my son. It literally tossed his car keys Tol a buddy and said, I'm going Kind on the plane loaded with supplies that flew into what we understand to be a deserted Russian air base and one of the provinces that bordered Afghanistan as soon as our government had gotten permission to set up some point in 2001. You're listening to the Fisher House. Story of families love. For more information, go to Fisher house dot or G'kar. That's Fisher house dot or G'kar and Jeremy was unloading and positioning. Supplies and equipment and Had been pinned. Between two of the large trucks when they were parking him after dark on the grassy area and had been impaled, um, the piece of equipment that was behind Ng And he had had surgery at the site because there was what we later learned was an Air Force best team. Because both of his femoral arteries have been severed, but he had walked away from the accident until the little driver. I'm just gonna sit down and then we're so grateful to God that that little fella said I'm going to get somebody because to quote Jeremy, everything went to hell once that somebody got there, and They had some kind of a TV vehicle that they were able to lead him home taking directly into that air Force surgical tap. Of course, we're London on this later, but they even You know, he had all that bleeding. They were able to stop that. But then they located a fellow soldier volunteer and literally did one of those blood transfusions from the one soldier into my son and stabilized you enoughto loading on the very plane that had carried the truck that have run into it. And they got him to Turkey, where he was when we first saw to the Department of Defense, and so we were getting updates. And we were trying to keep, you know, notify family back in the states that morning, and they were flying Jeremy from Turkey to launch tool to the larger Army Hospital in Germany. And decided as yet that they felt like he wasn't going to survive these injuries. At one point, the count was eight surgical procedures over this first three days, and they Offered to fly my husband and me to Germany so we could be there with him, and that's when we learned about Fisher House. We had tickets, a friend of my husband's struggles to the New Orleans airport. And the next thing I remember is a gentleman in the airport in Germany had a cardboard Didn't have my left a piece of paper, said Hamid on it, So I'm I'm taking you all to one store on. And as I recall, the first Place we stopped. Is that the Fisher House? Because the German at the D RG had made those arrangements for us and then into the ICU. At the hospital there, and that was the most beautiful thing. My son may had all those tubes and what have you And we couldn't stay long because there was anything we could do, but see the doctor and it was late and push along day after an international flight. So we went back. Said. The big pretty room upstairs to the left and Fisher house and the thing I remember Is a computer downstairs and the spacious Comfort of that that room. Made access of the computer and Was able to email my brother and all. And you know we're here. We saw him. He's good on and It was time for us to crash, but we didn't sleep long. I think it was three o'clock the next morning that we were both awake. And of course, we got dressed. And he used on to the intensive care the doctor Mattis again because he had The latest information, and I kind of wish now is more privilege of that that I stayed with my son and my husband. I.

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"louisiana army" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:46 min | 7 months ago

"louisiana army" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Yeah, We're getting real busy things you know, and just Kind of generalities, but I got the message. And sure enough, there were no more found balls. Ah, Mary Walter in Washington, D C and you're listening to what happened to US Army Sergeant Jeremy Hammett. Deployed to Afghanistan right after 9 11 told by his mother, Robbie, This is the Fisher House Story of Families Love Brought to you by your local station and Fisher house dot org's. That was a couple of weeks early October and my husband got a phone call from his executive officer is five AM and we were both at because Husband drove into New Orleans, where he worked for this state headquarters of the Louisiana Army National Guard. Of course, as a teacher eyes you have to be on campus for about 7 A.m.. So we had just gotten. I answered the phone and it was his executive officer, and he's said I need to talk to Gary and I said he's in the shower, he said. He's getting paid. He takes the phone didn't say much and okay, Yeah, kind of thinking And when you got off the phone, he looked at me and he said you need to get some clothes on. Hey, did the same and stepped out of the house. I didn't know. So they walked down. But Bobby had calls from our front gate because we had a liver in a rural location at that time had a couple of acres. Couple of big dogs. We are. Bobby had stopped with gay and called on Gary bought in with Bobby. He was in his political class eight uniforms that special occasion attire and hey, had a letter from the Department of Defense and they just handed me that letter. That said that we were to call the Department of Defense at 7 A.m.. And so we had, you know every bit of an hour and a half to just kind of kill at that point. So I was sitting there with Bobby. And he was telling me how his morning had developed. What little little tiny bit we knew just complete that Jeremy has been heard. I don't even know that they told us then that it was a vehicle accident. When Bobbi last talked anybody. Germany was still okay. But it's San Am Gary dot the number to the department of the chant immediately speaking to someone at some point, he Gary, my husband asked. Is this an imminent death or death? Imminent situation? And that's military terminology. And so that like Colonel, I guess maybe on the other side.

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"louisiana army" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

07:41 min | 7 months ago

"louisiana army" Discussed on KTOK

"To what happened to US Army Sergeant. Jeremy Hammett deployed to Afghanistan right after 9 11 told by his mother, Robbie, This is the Fisher House story of Families Love brought to you by your local station and Fisher house dot or g'kar. That was a couple of weeks early October, and my husband got a phone call from his executive officer. It was 5 A.m., and we were both because husband drove into New Orleans, where he worked for the state headquarters of the Louisiana Army National Guard. Of course, as a teacher eyes you have to be on campus for about 7 A.m.. So we had just gotten not. I answered the phone and it was his executive officer and you said, I need to talk to Gary and I said he's in the shower, he said. He's getting Hey, he took the phone didn't say much kind of okay? Yeah, kind of thinking. And when you got off the phone, he looked at me and he said you need to get some clothes on. Hey, did the same. And stepped out of the house. I didn't know until they've all done. But Bobby had called from our front gate because we had a river in a rural location at that time and had a couple of acres, a couple of big dogs in the yards So Bobby had stopped with the gate. Called and Gary walked in with Bobby. He was, it is what they call class eight uniforms that special occasion attire and hey, had a letter from the Department of Defense. And they just handed me that letter that said that we were to call the Department of Defense. At 7 A.m.. And so we had You know, every bit of an hour and a half to just kind of kill at that point, So I was sitting there with Bobby and he was telling me how pissed morning had developed and what little little tiny bit we knew. Simply that Jeremy had been heard. I don't even know that they told us them that it was a vehicle accident. When Bobbi last talked anybody. Germany was still okay. But it's San Am Gary. Doubt the number to the Department of Defense and immediately speaking to someone At some point, he Gary, my husband asked Is this an imminent death or death imminent situation? And that's military terminology. And so the like, Colonel, I guess maybe on the other side recognize and ask if my husband was military, and he said yes or so that kind of Open the door toe further come Brandon station, but they did confirm and their expectation was that our son would not live. He had boarded a plane deal with Supplies needed because he was the supply sergeant for the union. And so they had gotten everything prepped and gotten it on the plane, and they just needed somebody to go with it. And my son, it literally tossed his car keys toe a buddy and said, I'm going Kind on the plane loaded with supplies that flew into what we understand to be a deserted Russian air base and one of the provinces that bordered Afghanistan as soon as their government had gotten permission to set up some point in 2001. You're listening to the Fisher House. Story of families love. For more information, go to Fisher house dot or G'kar. That's Fisher house dot Borg and Jeremy was unloading and and positioning. Supplies and equipment and Had been pinned. Between two of the large trucks when they were parking him after dark on the grassy area and had been impaled, um, the piece of equipment that was behind Ng And he had had surgery at the site because there was what we later learned was an Air Force best team. Because both of his femoral arteries have been severed, but he had walked away from the accident until the little driver. I'm just going to sit down and then we're so grateful to God that that little fella said I'm going to get somebody because to quote Jeremy, everything went to hell once that somebody got there, and They had some kind of a TV vehicle that they were able to let him home took him directly into that air force surgical tack. Of course, we're learning all this later, but they even You know, he had all that bleeding. They were able to stop that. But then they located a fellow soldier volunteer and literally did one of those blood transfusions from the one soldier into my son and stabilized you in that loading on the very plane that had carried the truck that have run doing And they got into Turkey where he was when we first saw to the department hands and so we were getting updates. And we were trying to keep, you know, notify family back in the states that morning, and they were flying Jeremy from Turkey to launch stool to the larger Army Hospital in Germany. And decided as yet that they felt like he wasn't going to survive these injuries. At one point, the count was eight surgical procedures over this first three days, and they Offered to fly my husband and me to Germany so we could be there with him, and that's when we learned about Fisher House. Way had tickets. A friend of my husband's struggles to the New Orleans airport on and the next thing I remember is a gentleman in The airport in Germany had a cardboard 8.5. I left a piece of paper, said Hamid on, it said, I'm taking you all to one store on. And as I recall, the first Place we stopped. Is that the Fisher House? Because the German at the D O G had made those arrangements for us and then into the ICU. At the hospital there, and that was the most beautiful thing. My son may have had all those tubes and what have you And we couldn't stay long because there wasn't anything we could do, but see the doctor and it was late and push along day after an international flight. So we went back. So the big pretty room upstairs to the left, and Fisher, Alice and the thing I remember Is a computer downstairs and the spacious Comfort of that that room. Made access of the computer and Was able to email my brother and all. And you know we're here. We saw him. He's good on and it was time for us to crash. But we didn't sleep long. I think it was three o'clock the next morning that we were both awake. And so of course, we got dressed. And he has done to the intensive care the doctor Mattis again verse he had The latest information, and I kind of wish now is more privilege of that that I stayed with my son and.

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"louisiana army" Discussed on A TRUE SIDE OF CRIME

A TRUE SIDE OF CRIME

02:38 min | 10 months ago

"louisiana army" Discussed on A TRUE SIDE OF CRIME

"How or if you go to our anger page, you can donate one time. They're also we also have march. I am so excited I just got my stove today. I will be the pitcher should be posted on instagram before this comes out. So be looking there once again follows on instagram that is where all the action happens. Follow us on instagram. Today we're going to be covering the case of the DC snipers also known as the beltway snipers, John Allen Muhammad and Lee Boyd. Malvo you may know them as the DC snipers or the beltway snipers to people that tormented the DC area and shocked the nation, not only by their actions. But when professionals found out who they were because they did not fit the profile of who they thought were doing these martyrs John Allen, Muhammad was born Alan Williams on December thirty, first nineteen sixty in baton rouge Louisiana to earn his an able Williams when John was only a three year old his mom passed away leaving him with his father well, his father ultimately would leave him with his. Maternal grandmother and aunt and nine, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, eight at age eighteen. After graduating he got married to his first wife he also enlisted in the Louisiana Army National Guard as a combat engineer John we end up transferring to act of duty in the army in nineteen eighty five, he served his first tour duty with the engineer battalion in Fort Lewis this where he would meet his friend Robert Holmes. Robert will be come important to this story later on because he becomes very important in identifying some information about the snipers during during this time he would also meet a woman who would become his second wife her name was mojer green at this time he would separate from his first. Wife whom he would have a some John, ended up converted to Islam somewhere between nineteen, eighty, five and nineteen, eighty seven. I could not find EXAC year. There's conflicting information about that. So after he conversed Islam Him and his wife actually convert together because she started studying the Koran and she says, what is in the Koran makes her understand more her place as a woman and not unlike a your woman you're under me way but I'm a woman this is what I should be doing..

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"louisiana army" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"louisiana army" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Better Sacramento news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. on fifteen thirty et al and your radio app Sacramento's number one for breaking news traffic and weather and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK good afternoon it's twelve thirty I'm dating has with your top stories will tropical storm varies outer bands starting to hit Louisiana army corps of engineers spokesperson Ricky Boyette urges those within the mandatory evacuation orders in parts of Louisiana to make a plan you know you always have to stress within the local officials yeah it's hard to get out because once that storm gets here you're kind of stuck in place National Weather Service now expected to make landfall in Louisiana as a category one hurricane tomorrow some areas forecast receive more than twenty inches of rain planned immigration raids had have been planned for late last month to her but were delayed or not expected to happen this weekend New York Times reported the rays will target roughly two thousand people or face deportation orders in nine US cities including Los Angeles and San Francisco California Republican representative Tom McClintock says the people who are being targeted by ice have broken the law these are people who entered the country illegally they fraudulently claimed to suddenly went all through the court process with taxpayer paid attorneys a lost every step of the way they received a final deportation order from the court and still they refused to obey the law ice previously indicated they wanted the rates delayed last month saying too many details of the operation and made public and a bill extending funding for the nine eleven victim compensation fund is headed to the Senate after passage by the house funding extension runs for decades New York police detail department detective Luis Alvarez push lawmakers to pass a bill just days before his death from cancer traffic and weather together and traffic Brian nobles this report is ready by Haggerty for people who love cars because maybe traffic both sides of the cab city freeway part of that is all the folks headed out to the state fair.

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"louisiana army" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"louisiana army" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"An event in your life that you would like to, to tell us in your fellow listeners about feel free, you don't have to wait till the episode is over. You can just pause it and give us a call now. We are one eight three three s t d w g k and today we are off to camp. No, not a summer camp. Not a religious camp. None of those sorts of cancer, we're going to a camp that is much more dangerous. We're exploring a genuine literally explosive conspiracy as well as a conspiracy theory. How can both of those exists concurrently? Well, we will tell you inter- camp Mendon. Here are the facts. So there's a place called Webster parish, and solve of US highway eighty near Doyle line, Louisiana between Mendon Louisiana and Bossier or Boissier city, probably Bossier city, Louisiana this thing camp. Mendon is part of a larger compound called the Louisiana army ammunition plant or lap. LA AP. Yeah. In the history of this place goes all the way back the beginning of nineteen thirty nine and the government that is when the government used eminent domain, which you're mentioning off air band. We have yet to do an episode on. I think we might need to correct that they use this concept of eminent domain. To acquire the land before the United States entered World War to get this, this compound is just under fifteen thousand acres originally. It had a couple of different names. It was the Louisiana ordinance plant, or it was called the shell plant alluding to of course, artillery shells. And for the entirety of its time since since it was fully acquired beginning thirty nine going to forty one it has been owned by Sam. But there's an important distinction. It has been operated by private contractors. So back to back to this, this history, right? L A, AP was completed in just eleven months under the direction of a contractor Silas Mason at the time. This was middle of nowhere country. It was. Well, we're family show. It was just east of bumble f-, if you know what I mean. I end there were very few people here. So from a congressional or state pork budget kind of perspective. It makes sense to have this kind of operation there, especially if you're dealing with ordinance or something that might be dangerous. You don't want that in downtown New Orleans, right? Yeah. And it also makes sense of the time that they're that they needed a lot of amunition was right around world. War two. Right. So in may nineteen forty two there were a total of eight production lines that were opened. And then by December nineteen forty four the number of employee's hit its peak at just under eleven thousand ten thousand seven hundred and fifty four. And that was in the month of the battle of the bulge, and is a major operation. Yeah. Well, I mean, think about all the munition that was deployed during that conflict during World War Two we needed a lot of this. They were not. They were certainly not creating all of them emission shy. A good portion of it. And then the plant was deactivated after after the summer of nineteen forty five right with VJ day. But here's a spooky fact this is one of my favorite things from the research this place camp. Mendon in L, A P are used interchangeably. Let's just call it camp. Mend camp. Mendon is built on not one, but nine cemeteries are any of those native American burial grounds? No, no. There may be some people from native American populations buried there. But they were they were rural cemeteries that date through different time periods. And they are now you know, the they got a little bit better treatment than the, the stories. We hear about and things like poltergeist, right? They weren't they weren't just paved over. They are under the care of the US government, so you can see. The existing grave markers. They took out there were these wooden grave markers, right? Which you're not going to hold up very well. And the humid environment of Louisiana. And they were replaced with small concrete slabs. But the thing is the slabs don't have the names of the deceased listed on the markers. They're just slaps. Oh. Which is pretty sad. Right. The cemeteries are Allentown crew. Jim Davis, king Nottingham rain Richardson,.

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"louisiana army" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

13:39 min | 2 years ago

"louisiana army" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Each of our partners will say a few words of introduction. And then I'll introduce our panelists and kickoff what I hope will be a lively and informative discussion. So I welcome to Nagy burner program director in the homeland security and public safety division at the governor's association where she leaves their cybersecurity work. Thank you. Meg. And thank you to the Wilson center for putting on this great panel and recognizing the importance of states and hosting us here. I also want to thank you for their continued partnership cybersecurity is an issue of utmost importance at the state level and to our nation's governors. That's why we're committed nj to raising the level of importance of this issue and doing it in a bipartisan fashion in two thousand twelve we put together the resource center on state cybersecurity. And that is currently chaired by two governors, one democratic one Republican governor Snyder and governor Edwards. So we're really grateful to them for bring my representatives here today. We also have been working with Indiana in a long term policy academy, and it's been intense and focused on a couple of different issues, including cyber disruption response planning so Ngobi sticking around afterwards. If anyone like to chat, but we're really looking forward to this discussion and just want to thank everybody here for participating and next. I'd like to welcome Adam Powell he is the director of USC's Washington programs and project manager of the internet of things emergency response initiative at the university. Thank you Maggie. Welcome to a pre-election cybersecurity and cyber week for him. I'd like to thank our partners the national governor's association and we'll center which is joining us and hosting this event. For the past few years USC has been engaged in cybersecurity initiative involving the schools of communication engineering business policy and law because it is not just a single discipline. That is facing challenge. Working with the national governor's association. It has been a wonderful experience because with NGA we are reinforcing every day the notion that one size does not fit. All there are fifty four jurisdictions each of which is very different and the second great advantage of working with NGA is that the states are truly the laboratories of democracy. And so what will hear today from these three state is how they are inventing on the ground solutions outside of Washington and New York and Los Angeles, which really provide best practices from which we can all learn. So thank you for coming and Meg over to you. Yep. So as I mentioned, we have Indiana joining us shortly, but I will introduce our panel our three panelists now and leave should raise to the end. But Major General Michael stone is the commander of the Forty-six military. Police command and serves as Michigan's dual status commander for domestic response situations. He's responsible for army, armories and installation strategic communications strategic level cyber initiatives and national guard employment initiatives General Dan with commission to nine hundred eighty nine and receives current rank of Major General in June twenty seventeen pride or is current position. General stone served as an adjutant general the Michigan army national guard and director joint operations for the Michigan National guard as a member of the guards Jones to play three times serving as a military police officer in Iraq. As Indiana's cybersecurity program directors should trees Moseley works collaboratively with public and private stakeholders to administer the state cyber security strategy and policy through the governor's executive council on cybersecurity prior to her current role. She was the executive director of external affairs for the Indiana. Utility utility regulatory commission and oversaw the Commission's continuity of operations plan and emergency management role with Indiana's department of homeland security's emergency operation center. She also served as steering committee member and advisor to idea h s that's the Indiana homeland security department as the agency developed and implemented the first of its kind critics tabletop and operational exercise. Perfect timing. Welcome should trees. Introduced you. Great skirt will keep the I hope I got it right now, Kenneth Donnelly has served as a commissioned officer with the Louisiana army national guard since nineteen ninety two over the course of his service. Colonel Donnelley's commanded the two hundred twenty four th engineer brigade and new horizons task force the humanitarian mission to Haiti he's currently the chief information officer for the Louisiana national guard and the senior coordinating official for the governor of Louisiana cybersecurity commission Donnelley is also the recipient of a bronze star combat action badge meritorious service medal, Louisiana cross of merit and Louisiana work cross. So let's jump right in can each of you give us a snapshot of the cyber threats facing your states and what you're doing to address and Darryl zone. You wanna start? Sure. Absolutely. First of all when I think nj for this event in the Wilson center. I think I need to start with some people get confused about the national guard in cyber. Remember, we have this beautiful constitutional framework tenth amendment the national guard, the militia are commanders in chief our governors, and of course, our national guard is predominantly federally funded. And of course, you know today. Everybody's used to the fact that the national guard units deploying continue to deploy a federal status. So first and foremost in Michigan. I'm fortunate because governor Rick Snyder came in almost eight years ago, former president gateway computers cybersecurity was a top priority. He immediately saw this as a threat gave us an outline. Back then we had threats, and we we had problems in denial of service and things along those lines. But of course, everybody here, I think is well educated in the millions of attacks that occur every day and state databases on those problems, but we established seven and a half years ago in Michigan a framework. He clearly envisioned the department technology management budget in Michigan. The Michigan state police the national guard having this relationship we sorted out. In the first year a state, cyber strategy state cyber spots framework. We that through that strategy. We built a couple of things they Michigan civilian. Cyber corps was created out of that a lot of philosophical debate and inputs from other states that were trying different models. Think of it as a civilian cyber fire department for cyber to respond recreated the Michigan cyber range, which we can talk a little bit about later for unclassified specifically targeting creating clusters for industry and going after workforce development, defending networks. But as a state we've seen everything from the denial is the ransomware is already suggested. And I'll just say this briefly that even during the Flint water crisis anonymous declared war on the state of Michigan that was fun times for cyber when you're dealing with with actually and sophisticated non-state actors like that, so I'll just kind of close there. And I know we'll get back to it survey. Thank you. Trees. And thank you so much building introduction. And then just like walking into it. That's really what I plan the whole time. I only made like one taxi driver really confused, and and then you know, a couple people on poor Michael hurt the honks from me running across the street. Indiana security director. So I mean, when it comes to state of Indiana, I think I mean to the to the journalist point. I mean when we have it's starts from the top. Right. I mean, so when you have a governor who has made it a priority. I think in recognizes the threat is real recognizes that it's something that we have to address that really becomes at least from our perspective. How do you approach it? Right. So every state does it a little differently because every state has made a little differently, right and different types of people different types of of leadership, and so on so from our perspective when we started this under then then former governor Pence, and then it was continued through executive order with our current governor HOGAN, we kind of had to look at it. From like, we looked at it from a larger ecosystem perspective. So what was like a forty member council? Cyber Security Council turned into two hundred plus number council, and that was because I was bored. It was because we were seeing a lot of these like the breath of it. But meeting the depth of it as well operator. Right. And so an in Michigan's been such fantastic partner because wondering easy drive and from Indiana. But but more importantly, they've been doing it for eight years now, right? So I from the gecko was like, hey, any any state who's doing this? What are you doing lessons learned what is not working? What is working because when it comes to cyber? I think the largest challenge that we have is how do we break it down to the normal person? As to why the executive that executive order that operations person should even care about it. And then what do they need to do? And then further how what they need to do. How do we simplify that? Because you have a lot of people were like, oh, you just follow NIST standards. Right. And you follow these standards and you follow that the norm operations persons. Like, all right. So like, the do I have to and we're what what does that even mean? And it's all Greek to them. And so how do we move it from what why we know it's important and really actually make it relevant and pragmatic and down to the level of the regular people who may not ever higher. You know, chief information security officer because they don't have the money. Right. So that's kind of from our perspective. We are a strong as our weakest link in with cyber interconnectivity. We are going to be that as a state, but not only state the larger sectors and a larger companies who can't afford, the cyber people are still nervous because in some way, shape or form. They're connected to the smaller entities. That are that don't have the cyber person. Don't even know that they have a problem. And so how do we actually really I recognize that there's a problem, and then what are the solutions? So it's kinda were Indiana has kind of approached it from from our point of view. Thanks. Thanks for me. Be here today. From our perspective. You know, the governor's made this a top priority within his administration and Louisiana national guard has been doing a lot of things within Asaba realm. Really since about two thousand twelve we have a defensive Saab operation element, which is a ten maintain. And we also have a an ad hoc. Cyber defense incident response team made up of about forty air guardsmen and forty twenty army guardsmen in twenty air guardsmen in we have several partnerships that we put in place, a one was with the sovereign ovation center who has fifty thousand square feet of fifty thousand square feet of a skiff space, which gives us to secure capability to go in and look at all of the intelligence that's going on in to share that with all our mission partners. And we also have a relationship agreement with LSU, and we constructed LSU at LSU in Baton Rouge Asaba range, which was the first of its con at the Tom, and we brought all industry partners in and we've done collective China on a quarterly. Basis with some energy providers and our critical infrastructure providers for us critical infrastructure along the Mississippi River is a is critical. We have the sixth largest producer. We're all the six largest producer of crude oil and the fourth largest producer in a natural gas in historically home. A lot of natural disasters. Nobody remembers Hurricane Katrina journal, Tom a of activity took place in Asaba realm. Even back then where we had to look and see what was going on when they tried to the face a couple of parish websites. Tried to take a Elliott gov website. So all of those things that are going on. We started to build up in ramp up four structure within Louisiana to meet the demand, and then the governor back in December of two thousand seventeen setup Louisiana Sabra security commission, which brought in all the stakeholders from the providence public sector include academia in a lot of the governor's cabinet members participate on commission and general Curtis who's the general Louisiana national guard is the co chair in the since that time we almost entire year anniversary now within a commission and they set up eight committees eight standing committees. And one of them's in incident response and emergency preparedness worthy. Created are. What we call ESF seventeen which is our cyber incident response plan. We have a formal laws plan now that were exercising and planned to continue to exercise it as we move forward in. There's a couple of things where we're trying to fill on a commission. The governor's took the whole sob ecosystem and establish goals and priorities to try to make us a national leader in cybersecurity. So with that I'm just fortunate to be here today. And I look forward to any questions you may have. So I'm sure you can add to each of you can add to this list. But is you three major targets in the state cyber threat landscape, obviously, and it's been mentioned elections in their related systems. You've just mentioned critical infrastructure which Symantec says last year. Increased by twenty nine percent in the number of vulnerabilities affecting industrial control systems. Like, those switches turning on off and commercial businesses in your state who need help. But.

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