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"military times dot com" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"Life. And not only just your life. Your legs sum that you need to move around. Move forward in life will be taken from you like this man. And I promise you The type of that you will go to stables, stables in the back stables in my damn stomach. You do not wanna have to deal with this. 24 hours. Every 24 hours is paying his number paying. It hurts to breathe her sleep move from side to side. Please tell saying our lives out there. Stick together makes money. Make everything easier for our people are here because there's so much time has been wasted. Wow. Yeah. Jacob Blake. In the hospital bed. He's paralyzed. Life has been transformed forever, who was shot seven times in the back. We're still not sure we're not completely sure. Last to why he had no weapon. No officer was in Direct threat of losing their lives or severe injury. So we're still trying to find out the why. 40489 to 2703. I think this is Sharif in college Park. Is that correct? Yes, Mr Richie. I, um you just mentioned something about the military. And I have a question. In terms of Ah, maybe not reporting certain things because I haven't heard anything about Kobe case is in the military. You know, it just seems to be something that overlooked or just not reported it on. And it just seems strange that Military personnel are not affected. Well, that's not true. Military personnel are offended that they want to make it appeared and military personnel are not affected. Well, it's definitely not receiving the kind of press that mohr of your domestic installations receive. But I encourage you to go to military times dot com. Military toms dot com They came out With an article in July. And it said the military's Colvin 19 cases are growing twice. At the of the national rate. Okay, so not only are they getting it according to military times and their research, they're getting get at a much higher number than the national average. But you can find that full study and military times dot com. Okay? Okay, but so so so that and really that makes my point is that it is reported but is not reported in the noon. You know, widespread. One other question. Um, your caller Tea party loom. In regards to the 17 year old who Killed the two protesters. One time he calls your program and said that the young man was there to take all spray paint off will be owning or are Viagra feeding and then heard her story saying maybe a week or so later saying that he was putting out fires so I wish you could ask her. Which one it is. Why would I ask you that? Both of those statements are ridiculous. Hey, was there you don't need an assault weapon to do any of those things. He was there to cause trouble. He illegally possessed a firearm. He had no business with that gun period. And whoever drove him to the march should be arrested for aiding the delinquency of a minor on he went there to do exactly what he did. He's a thug. Yeah, I understand that. But he just keeps twisting her story. Yeah, she will continue to do that Bottom line is to do any of those actions. You don't need a semiautomatic weapon to do it. Right? Yeah. All right. Thank you. Thank you, Brother. I appreciate you call 40 for 89 to 2703 Get into conversation for 0 49 to 2703. Up the conversation or the commentary of Jacob Late is sobering. He said. It hurts to sleep. It hurts to breathe. Everything in his body hurts staples are everywhere. He's a voice.
"military times dot com" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Recent actions by the president thinks, he said, and done that have really turned off a significant number of troops. That would seem to be the case again. The handling of the, um Information about Russians, often about in U. S troops and and the use of the suggestions of US active duty troops to help quell the ongoing protests. Now there was AH, but heavy troops supported The use of the National Guard, Okay? So so there was. You know, there's some agreement there, but those two issues to really stand out. Yeah, And again, you could, uh It's not a perfect hole, but back in 2016. It showed Trump over Clinton and 2017. It showed a great deal dissatisfaction with Obama. Show that You know it to criticize it is being so you know, literally skewed doesn't make sense. I know I've had a number of conversations with people my own social media. And as well as our Facebook pages for military times in the Army times and maybe times and bully other brands and people who you know, don't like this you are they see they called B s. Yeah. Big news. You know, response was a fake military 2016 when we were one of the few of that the only major poll that showed a support that Trump could win 41 21 Trump over Clinton back in that 2016 pole. Yeah, So it was it was. It was clearly that way. Have no agenda here. It's whatever whatever the troops say, no. Our readers excuse slightly older. Um, there. Ah, number of officers who you know are involved seems to be more officers. Support find then the enlisted troops. There was a It was a rescue between that So again. It's not a perfect hole. No problem. No pole is perfect, but it is very, very significant dull weather. That Imagine both campaigns are taking notice of pieces. When we had Ah, Peter Feaver, who was a former advisor to George Bush in it is now Academic of great note. Said that basically that Trump can't claim that the troops you know he has the overwhelming support of the troops, and that's probably Ah, significant. Um To take away from this pole. That's a criticism from different organizations that that's fine, but there's no there's no ideological skewing. Cos it shows levels. It shows something that I've been saying a lot because I think it's important. 2020 is not 2016. This is a different election, and things have have shifted now. That doesn't mean Joe Biden's goingto win among active duty troops in November, but certainly this is not the same race. As it was back in 2016 final question for you, and I don't know how much you've covered this but the Russian bounty story do we have any clarity on that Because that was a story that just kind of fell by the way side, and I know there's a lot of people a lot of veterans, a lot of active duty members of the military who I think wanted to know. Like, what the hell happened? No, there's no There's no final clear The number of intelligence reports suggest that the Russians were paying bounties. You Afghans, and you ask yourself Is that impossible? What? When? When the Russians were in Afghanistan. You're supporting the mujahideen who were taken on the Russian. So it's certainly not beyond around with possibilities. Benefits, then certificates in with what the Russians do. So it's not like this is something that is beyond the possible. It's very much in the realm of the possible it would make sense. I would be surprised that the Russians were doing Yeah, that's pretty much the memo with the Russians is to make life more difficult for us in every way that we possibly can. Absolutely just as we just us when the Russians We're in Afghanistan. So it's just obviously it's a horrible thing because we're losing us troops. But is it surprising? Is it shocking? Is it Beyond the realm of possibility. Now, not at all. Military Time's managing editor, Howard Altman, who you can follow on Twitter, H. Oldman, and you can find them online at military times dot com. Howard Always great to talk to you. Thanks so much for joining us A pleasure. Happy birthday. Thank you. I appreciate that. I will talk to you again soon. Coming up in a moment I want to run through. Ah, briefly the moderators for the upcoming presidential debates in the vice presidential debate. That list was released today. So we'll get to that..
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"Capabilities sub committee. The committee submitted an amendment to the Twenty Twenty One national defense authorization act in the house to provide for this position. Learn more at Federal News Network Dot Com. Rosemary Williams. With Deloitte Consulting LLP CO authored a report pushing for more reliable data in tracking military spouse unemployment. The fact that military spouse unemployment is three times more than even the peak of veteran unemployment only further underscores the need for solid data gathering to shine light on this important issue. Williams told military times. Numerous. Surveys on military spouse unemployment have been collected over the past decade, but the numbers ranged from sixteen percent in a survey from hiring our heroes in twenty seventeen to a high of twenty, six percent in a department of Defense Random sampling survey in twenty ten. The Deloitte report states that regular ongoing reporting is valuable at both national level, and also on a local level where labor market opportunities vary depending on location of military bases, read the full story at Military Times Dot Com. And, this week in history on August third one, thousand, nine, hundred, Ernest Taylor pile was born in. Dana. INDIANA. Bernie pile went on to be a Pulitzer Prize winning American journalist. He's best known for his work as a war correspondent during World War Two. He wrote stories about ordinary American soldiers. Ernie pyle was killed by enemy fire during the battle of Okinawa on April Eighteenth. Nineteen. Forty five at the age of forty four. President Harry Truman said no man in this war has so well told the story of the American fighting man as.
"military times dot com" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Maria we really appreciate it thanks so much for having me up every one of the great day and finally I'm joined by the managing editor of the military times Howard Altman you can check out all the reporting on military and veterans issues at military times dot com Howard thank you for joining me and I'd like to start with a big picture look at how the U. S. military's been impacted by the corona virus outbreak the issues aboard the USS Theodore Roosevelt I've got a lot of media attention but problems dealing with the virus haven't been limited to just the navy right across the services the navy is is the most secure because of what took place aboard the ferry runs the ball there were about twenty percent of the cruise well what are you currently has tested positive for coke nineteen now adopting one all we are trying to see if it is after your sister carriers in the region now they're down to one show that really reporter constraint on on what the U. S. military can do in the region your number that the Chinese are trolling those seeds very care group to the East China Sea near okay now originally and there's a sort of us watch the end up in the South China Sea as the dishes well exploration region yeah I'm a member countries are claiming right to it yeah well there's naval presence US has presence there but the change of plans well Celeste but the biggest factor there's also a number of large scale training exercise room scale back under twenty twenty in Europe has been gradually reduced about forty percent of of what they hope to do many other communication around the world and scale back or cancel there are you know medically to transfer a hundred down to trying to do training need the military is trying to adjust to this new reality of you're trying to when you're ready but also trying to maintain social distancing the plant Oakley ramp up about six thousand tests today we're starting off with some key armed groups there shall be a stumbling commandos during counter terrorism operations things like that you know it's been a major just military times managing editor Howard Altman you can learn more about everything we discussed and military times dot com Howard thank you so much for the time we appreciate it right right or to put a carpet and a big thanks to all of our guests and.
"military times dot com" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Are about reports of all service personnel were involved in the call with ninety respond OR National Guard troops do start roughly about forty five thousand troops hold for a while what are they doing everything from supporting emergency centers providing mortuary affairs assistance when needed that support local law enforcement conducting for self protection hope it wasn't testing manufacturing and selling distributing masks he's like that banks and and distribution apart from are you big effort that should continue to be our president one of the big issues whether whether these troops who were put on federal would call kernel thirty two orders which give them greater benefits where do we get those because nationally across thirty day orders required thirty one day orders get the benefit that rectified it looks like that probably thank you guys the response continues military times managing editor Howard Altman you can learn more about everything we discussed and military times dot com Howard thank you so much for the time we appreciate it very very bright or to put a target and a big thanks to all of our guests and of course to all of you for listening to corona virus explained I'm Ryan Gorman on I heart radio stay safe attention SSI recipients if you did not file a tax return last year children under seventeen you must act now to get the five hundred dollar economic impact payment per child if you do not act.
"military times dot com" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Edition of our new segment slash forgotten history with Danno Donald the PNS who built the bridge to victory will be up shortly always been journal my mom's cousin he was he is you can look him up he the best story of him as a military times dot com and he did in fact win the Silver Star he was a decorated hero he's buried in Luxembourg with general Patton he he's buried apparently feet from Patton and my mom and her boyfriend Larry who is the one who really said you've got to get this story out there he was the one who sent me a bunch of the information Alex it was it was one of those things that you would hear the story I must have heard the Alex been short now storied thousand times growing up I mean it was it was family lore and sure here it is to to to to to Alex sieben shore now I'm looking at his grave right now sergeant two hundred fourth engineer combat battalion Wisconsin March third nineteen forty five he's yeah he's buried within fifty feet of of general Patton and he was a true American hero whose story was never really told one of thousands of Americans to win the Silver Star and to pave the road to victory we will get that up as soon as possible there's obviously a lot of stuff going on I should pass along also the Dow is now nose diving again massive gains yesterday up thirteen hundred points I believe when all was said twelve ninety three to be precise thanks Dave it's now down about three hundred eighty point so we're going to see where exactly we might if if things continue like this spring and day spot at some point this week to try to get some analysis of this and some sanity what's going on here is the market is testing the bottom we're seeing how low this is going to be one thing I didn't really finish my thought from hour ago without one thing to notice if Bernie just runs away with the delegates after super Tuesday tonight it's going to be interesting to see whether the market nose dived again because I've got a little theory here that the market isn't just reacting to corona virus if it were a Chinese stocks would be hammered much more than they have been over the last week but in fact there is deep existential concern about a socialist being within a hair's breath of the U. S. presidency in any event I did promise to give away in conjunction with the premiere of forgotten history as well as a radiothon to benefit the stars and stripes honor flight going on all day on Thursday we have got a DVD or excuse me a Blu ray copy of the great movie midway to give away right now and we will take you know what since Alex Brynjar now died on March third it's.
"military times dot com" Discussed on KGO 810
"To consider your service when the porting a veteran but they haven't been doing that more than six hundred veterans who are undocumented were deported the guy that I mentioned before that had the two purple hearts ordered arm as a great article written by mobile Tammy Duckworth I think I'm reading it at military times dot com it's interesting to the military's as supports wholeheartedly these veterans getting you know if you serve in this country and you search if you serve in a war right I mean you would think Dan hi if you call about that story I said earlier well yeah we should you know the full story left out the fact that he had been convicted of a drug problem and that's why he was being deported might not the guy I mention that to two purple hearts there had yeah I know that I know the story you're talking about but the guy I mentioned the lease and they are clamoring there's no no drug arrests at all for him six hundred people that served in the military have been deported you think that's right if you serve and you got off of and serve in a foreign conflict and come back to United States and they should be able to send you out and this guy with this one of these guys it's been a dreamer he was here when he was fourteen I mean come on yeah no I think that if they're clean any grand which will give them that kind of I you were talking about was drug possession I mean really I mean the guy had like what that you know the story well how much was it was it was like a couple bags of pot or something like that I mean really the said he wanted so he was carrying quite a couple bags but in some sort of fell on him I love talking about two different things that I misunderstood no no no I understand again you know that's not the America I signed up for you know I mean I we're all immigrants you know we come from and we we we want an orderly procession of people coming in this country I get that I'm not like a crazy libertarians and open the borders.
"military times dot com" Discussed on KGO 810
"Here in studio with me, Mr. often may I say, there's no place. I'd rather be and let me remind everybody, Pat, and I will be sitting behind this microphone on election night, beginning at seven o'clock, and we're going to give you the best returns all the latest. What's going on? And frankly, we can't wait. Yeah. I it's true. You know, I I have to say on the one hand, John. I can't wait for it to be over because it's making my stomach hurt on the other hand. I'm really excited about this. Because if people if this momentum continues if people realize that this is a vital part of our life in America that your participation is what makes it all possible. If people do that. And they go out and vote it's going to be really exciting to see what happens, and my firm belief is that the results of this election are going to tell us who America. Is there the, you know from time to time I asked the question, you know, who are we how did this happen? Why did we do that? How is this America? This isn't the America. I know well this election. I think is going to tell us who we are. You know, are those other things aberrations do are they contrary to what we see of our how we see ourselves as Americans, and what we want our country to be. I think this election really is going to give us insights into just what Americans believe America is. Yup. And I'll tell you the other thing that's going to do. It's going to set us up for two thousand twenty and I want to remind people that wants to thousand eighteen is gone. The first thing that will happen after the election is focusing on the next election, and that is going to be something. Pat, I want to there are a couple of things we want to raise in this. Can I just say that I got an Email from rich? Thank you rich who gave me a link to a story that you have a copy of this story. Although you got it from a different source. Than he did. And this is one that's headline could losing the house actually, help Trump in twenty twenty the idea here is there's actually there's two ideas. The first is that voters seemed to like divided government. But the second one that I think is absolutely spot on. And I've been thinking about this a lot is that if Trump doesn't control I'm sorry. The Republicans don't control all three branches of government and both houses of the congress. Then Trump will have a boogeyman that Trump will be able to say for anything where he doesn't succeed or if the economy tanks, or whatever he can then point a finger of blame at the Democrats, and he can say, I told you if you had kept a Republican congress than we would have done yada, yada. But now, it's Nancy Pelosi's fault, right? And if Pat as you just pointed out there is an economic decline, which I think there will president has already indicating if the Democrats take the house the stock market may tank. And that that's part of a game that is being played. So we're going to have to watch it carefully. And you know, what's fascinating is. And I heard this yesterday on one of the financial programs that played during the weekends that we've been in a bull market with the stock market for almost ten years. So this and they're expecting that that's going to change a bear market is just around the corner. So it's going to happen. And they said it's not really crash. It's a correction. I guess that will depend on how much of a change. There is a, but there's definitely going to be a downturn. But that also puts the lie to the idea that Trump has created this economy. He's continued what was begun by Barack Obama. After Obama inherited a deplorable situation, a disaster. But he never acknowledges anything that Barack Obama accomplished during his time. And of course, they are now competing with each other in this campaign and Pat night. Listen to Barack Obama a earlier, and we listened to Donald Trump earlier and these two men are offering alternative visions of America. And it is going to be fast enough. Pat, I hit the roof this week. But I want you to summarize two issues the fourteenth amendment and the question of the militias. Well, okay. Well, I'll start with the militias because. Okay. I before we even get to the militias. We have to remind everyone that so many things happen so fast that it's hard to keep up with it all and we haven't been on the air for a week. Donald Trump has said that he is deploying troops to the border more troops to the border than we now have in Afghanistan. Yeah. He's talking about fifteen thousand troops. That's more than we have in a real war. There are currently as I understand it and that's from three days ago. Fifty two hundred troops mobilizing to the southern border. The reason they're going there is because he's warning everybody that those people that are coming up here from Honduras and Guatemala. They're not going to cross our border. No, they're not. They're middle. Easterners are in there and drug dealers and violent people are in there. Well, it's a pretty big group matter of fact a week ago. I said I thought because the group had been growing out of from Honduras to Mexico. I thought they'd probably be more by the time. They reached our border that they would continue to grow. But the opposite is. Happening. Their numbers are declining. They were at about seven thousand at one point they're down to about four thousand right now. And they're not in one big group any longer. They're broke breaking into smaller groups because some people can't travel as quickly as other individuals. Anyway, the point is that we're going to have armed troops on the border. No, wait. We gotta be careful. What is being sent at this moment? Our support groups who do not have guns, of course, they have gone. Nope. They are there for support services. And I'm saying this I really looked into this to make sure what they're talking about. And it's important to note that American troops are not allowed by law to be police. Helmet tandis. Yeah. So we have to understand in fact with the president is suggesting is a myth. But Pat, we have a story in front of us that gun carrying civilian groups and border vigilantes. Having heard the call to arms by President Trump. Well, guess what? They're packing coolers, and tents and falls and tuning up aerial drones. With plan to form a caravan of their own and trail American troops to the border. I read this with absolute horror. Yeah. And the and the United States military is not amused. They are actually quite concerned about this. I pulled a story out of the military times. Somebody asked about our sources, this is military times dot com, and there's some very real concern by the commanders of the troops who are going down there about the presence of these militia groups, and there are a few things that they have planning documents. And they have they actually have the planning documents at military times dot com. You can take a look at those documents themselves the deploying units are being cautioned by their commanders against these home grown militias that are roaming around. The US southern border, and they're worried about violence being incited by extremist groups from the papers the military's expecting to defend against an estimated two hundred unregulated armed militia members. But the militia members themselves are saying that those numbers may grow that's not part of the military times article. But in a different article where where members organizing members of these militias like the minute men have been interviewed. They're saying that their numbers are going to grow. They're going to be there because they say they want to be in support of the United States military. Interestingly one of the concerns that the United States military has is that in the past. When these groups have said that they want to go there and help out they end up stealing their stuff. This did you know that? Steal from the military steal from the military. They show up there. They see military equipment and they start stealing stuff from the military. So that's one of the other things that they have to be careful about their extremely concerned about that. And they're not the only ones there are also the people who are living in those areas. There's one person Lucy Cruz, she's ninety six years old. She has property right down there at the border. This is in south, Texas, and she said immigrants often stop on her property as they watched through the Bush country. That's not a capital B sometimes breaking into a small cabin that she has to sleep. She said her family's ranch. Lies amid the thorny mesquite brush cactus and tawny dry grass eighty miles north of the border as the migrant caravans had nor she and other landowners in the area worry that the number of people who are going to be walking through their ranches will increase dramatically, but. They say the militias coming to the area are what they're concerned about. They also pose a threat this little woman. This ninety six year old woman said I will not let the militia on my land there civilians stepping into a situation where the border patrol is supposed to be in control and make decisions they could damage property or harm workers. I would guess they'd be trigger happy if they shot someone they might just say the person they shot was reaching for a gun. And there's another guy eighty years old. They say he lives in what looks like a tropical paradise about. It's a community of about eighty four thousand in the Rio Grande valley and at the Rio Grande about a mile away from his living room a section of border while crosses his property. He said he's watched for years is border crossers. Ford the river and walk onto his land their first step on American soil. He said the wall has slowed there flow significantly, but between fifty and one hundred people a day still. Crossed through the farm right next door. That's a lot of people. You're not kidding. But he worries about the vigilantes. That's what he's worried about. He said the caravan has women and children who I he knows it may search through the area. But it's the vigilantes that he's worried about he said the militia needs to stay where they are. We don't need fanatical people. We don't need anybody here with guns. Why do they have guns I've dealt with illegals for thirty years and all of them have been scared asking for help the militias need to stay up north where they belong. We have. No use for them here. They might shoot someone or hurt. Someone shannon. Mccully a bail bondsman in the Dallas suburbs is the president of Texas Minutemen. And he said he is preparing to head for the Rio Grande in coming days. And he really suggested that he'd been roused by the president's call to restore order and defend the country against what the president has termed an invasion. Now, the Texas Minutemen, according to MacAulay have one hundred volunteers are route to the Rio Grande just that one group. And then he said, I can't number at my phone's been ringing nonstop for the last seven days, we've got other militias, husbands, and wives. People coming from Oregon, Indiana, we've even got to from Canada. And when he was asked whether his group planned to deploy with weapons mcgaughey laughed and said, this is Texas, man..
"military times dot com" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Robinson for David van camp. Who was on special assignment? He sees. Okay. Man. There's so much with the cavenaugh stuff. When this is over. What are we gonna do? You know, I thought about that the other Russia Russia, I'm thinking a classic country. Then on Monday. Okay. Well, there here's a story you ever taken a cruise before. Yes. Ginger. Yeah. Well, there were some people that were taking their family on this cruise. Yeah. But it was kind of weird because about thirteen hundred employees from an Indian company called Kamler Poussin boarded the Voyager of the seas ship in Sydney for this conference. But once they were on board. Not much of a conference. It was a whole lot of partying, and they invited a bunch of dancers to come on board. Well, sure gotta have that. Like, all these burlesque performers dancers. Yeah. So they basically sources hijacked cruise taking over pool decks bars. Buffet paraded left. Okay. They paraded dancers and women. Dresses, playboy bunnies around to perform and party on the deck. Yeah. Concerned family. So they were forced to stay inside to avoid the barely dress women dancing on the ship's deck. Some sediment also rast other passengers would then film young girls on their cellphones. Oh boy. Here dad, you all of a sudden punching people. Yeah. They want their money back. You blame them. Maybe they should have been charged more. I don't know what kind of entertainment, man. That's you know, I'm talking about the family. Probably should it wasn't exactly to Mickey and Minnie cruise. Was it? No. It was not. I mean, there are tales of people like walking down the hall and doors two rooms are open. You're shielding. Dance away. Have you seen these cruises, by the way that you can take now with these rock bands? They do them all the time. It's crazy. That industry is blown up the get like five or six bands together. I like the yacht. Cruise with Ambrosia and TOTO, and I mean, oh, yeah. There's like nicotine. Yeah. Like flack seagulls will agree to you on your trip to Tahiti with? Crazy. Yeah. It seems like you know, what I don't mind guys are making money. Find by me you wanna pay for that. I don't care gets. Okay. Yeah. I think kid rock did that too. Yeah. Just cruise with them. And then they hang apparently, they hang with you. Yes. That's the story band members come out, and they sit down with you and have a couple of cocktails and. Boy, that's gotta be exhausting. I would think so right. He voted to me you right? It's good to hang out. I gotta hang out for how long. Yeah. I know. Exactly. You're watching checking your wanting. American Airlines in the news. You know, they've been renewed. Yeah. Reducing the amount of space in between the rose from thirty one inches to thirty. So they can jam and a whole extra rugs. Exactly. Right. Yes. Awkward. I remember whether story first broke people were very upset. Well, sure that good news, though, Gordy Doug, Parker CEO of American Airlines. He flew coach recently. So you know, it's much more comfortable what's his name. Jon lovitz. That's it. Feels like a much better product. Plus gone. Full me said don't worry. You don't even notice that inch scar? Yes, I do you really don't. I swear. Your next to me the whole trip. Oh, gosh. Some other things we haven't had a chance to get to yet. Man. This was for military times dot com. Staggering number of troops are fat and tired. Could be it could be a soldier now. Can I? Study featuring roughly eighteen thousand randomly selected participants cross each of the service branches. Showed that almost sixty six percent of service. Members are considered to be either overweight or obese based on the military's use of body. Mass index is a measuring standards and also very tired. Asleep sleepy. Wow. Yeah. Be careful with this. Put you on the spot, which branch accounted for the highest percentage of overweight troops. Who overweight? I'm gonna say army. It is why you say that. I don't know. I always felt like that was kind of the easiest one to get into the sixty nine point four percent. Who is second. I would probably say navy coast. Guard didn't navy okay. Yeah. Force then marines, marines, aren't usually. There's not too many tubby marines, not a lot. No. And then we have the most stressed out states in the country. And they put a lot into this to come up with stressed out states. Yeah. Okay. Stress levels are high in these states. Okay. Yes. You're talking about jobs traffic, everything you put it in together. Oh, Craig Collins. No wonder he's shrunk a madman. Pre-tape? New Jersey's number one. You grew up in jersey. Does it seem like a stressed out place to you? What are you talking about? This Georgia, Florida, California, New York, Louisiana, Maryland, North Carolina. Okay. We got to set up the Friday five. Yeah. What is it? I don't even know what it is today. Yes. You do the I do I'm kidding. It seemed like the best team. These are crazy times. Some people have gone crazy. Yes..
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"Then on Monday. Okay. Well, here's a story you ever taken a cruise before. Yes. Enjoy it. Yeah. Well, there are some people that were taking their family on this cruise. Yeah. But it was kind of weird because about thirteen hundred employees from an Indian company called Kamler pass boarded the Voyager of the seas ship in Sydney for this conference. But once they were on board. Mutton not much of a conference. It was a whole lot of partying. And they invited a bunch of dancers to come on board. We'll sure you gotta have that. Like, all these burlesque performers dancers. Yeah. So they basically sources hijacked cruise by taking over pool decks bars. Paraded as left. Okay. They raided dancers and women dresses playboy bunnies around to perform and party on the deck. Yeah. Concerned family. So they were forced to stay inside. Avoid the barely dress women dancing on the ship's deck. Some sediment also rest other passengers would then film young girls on their cell phones. Oh boy. Fear. Dad, you all of a sudden punching people. Yeah. They want their money back. You blame him. Maybe they should have been charged more. I don't know what kind of entertainment, man. That's you know, I'm talking about the family thinking. Yeah, they probably should it wasn't exactly the Mickey and Minnie cruise. Was it? No. It was not. I mean, there are tales of people like walking down the hall and doors two rooms are open. You're shielding. Dance away. Have you seen these cruises, by the way that you can take now with these rock bands? Oh, they do them. All the time. It's crazy that industry is blown up. Yeah. Get like five or six bands together. I like the yacht cruise with Ambrosia, and you know, Todo, and I mean, oh, yeah. There's like nicotine. Hair bands. Yeah. Like flack ac- goals will agree to you on your trip to see Hiti with you know. Crazy. Yeah. It seems like you know, what I don't mind guys are making money. Find by me you wanna pay for that. I don't care gets. Okay. Yeah. I think kid rock did that too. Yeah. Just cruise with them. And then they hang apparently, they hang with you. Yes. That's the story ban members come out, and they sit down with you and have a couple of cocktails and. Boy, that's gotta be. I would think so right. Voted to me you right? It's good to hang out. I gotta hang out for how long. Yeah. I know. Exactly. You're watching checking your whining. American Airlines in the news. You know, they've been remarking. Yeah. Reducing the amount of space in between the rose from thirty one inches to thirty. So they can jam in a whole extra right? Exactly. Right. Yes. Awkward. I remember when this story first broke people were very upset. Well, sure, but good news though. According to Doug, Parker, CEO of American Airlines, he flew coach recently said, you know, it's much more comfortable what's his name. Jon lovitz. That's it. Feels like a much better product. Space walk hot. To me said don't worry. You don't even notice that inch scar? Yes, I do you really don't. Gravy. That's here next to me the whole trip. Oh, gosh. One of the things we haven't had a chance to get to get man. This was for military times dot com. Staggering number of troops are fat and tired, Mike. I can be a soldier now. Can I? Study featuring roughly eighteen thousand randomly selected participants cross each of the service branches. Showed that almost sixty six percent of service. Members are considered to be either overweight or obese based on the military's use of body. Mass index is measuring standards and also very tired. Sleepy. Wow. Yeah. Be careful with this. But I put you on the spot which branch accounted for the highest percentage of overweight troops. Who overweight? I'm gonna say army. It is. Yeah. Why you say that? I don't know. I always felt like that was kind of the easiest one to get into the sixty nine point four percent. Who is second. I would probably say navy. It's coast guard navy, okay. Yeah. Of course, then marines, marines, aren't usually. There's not too many tubby marines, not a lot. No. And then we have the most stressed out states in the country. And they put a lot into this to come up with stressed out states. Yeah. Okay. Stress levels are high in these states. Okay. Yes. I mean, you're talking about jobs traffic, everything you put it in together. Oh, Greg Collins. No wonder he's strung a madman. Three tight. New Jersey's number one. You grew up in jersey. Does it seem like a stressed out place to you? What are you talking about? Figured this Georgia, Florida, California, New York, Louisiana, Maryland, North Carolina. Okay. We got to set up the Friday five. Yeah. What is it? I don't even know what it is today. Yes. You do the I do I'm kidding. It seemed like the best team. These are crazy times. Some people have gone crazy. Yes..
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"Like when I talked to him on the phone, they were so nice. So if you're trying to get going with your GI Bill in using that in appropriate way to get your money for the VH and all that shit you rate, that's a good spot to do it because not everybody needs to go get a degree in like anthropology. Thank you can go and do something like it school that actually is going to benefit you. And I think that a lot of people get out of the military would love the type of education that they provide. Well, I don't know anything about that kind of follow them on Twitter and they do really cool stuff like they're out at. Yeah, they're like really hands on. It looks like they are always really involved their students. I'm Vic fan of them. It's cool to follow him. It didn't really nice. Let's move on to talking about. What are we talking about now? Okay. So there's a insen who commissions her sixty three year old father. What's that? About calm cool. I saw it was on a military times dot com. An interesting story that Tyrone Krause, he was commissioned last Friday at naval station, Norfolk at the ripe age of sixty three typically officer a tad bit younger. Yeah. When they are commissioned it, he's actually he was the chief of cardiothoracic thoracic. The Rasic sees me surgery at Jersey City medical center. He was commissioned as a commander after the navy determined his twenty four years of experience as a heart surgeon warranted, a rank that typically takes sixteen to twenty years to attain. What made the commissioning experience special was the officer who swore him in was his own twenty seven year old daughter Anson Laura Krause, who serves aboard the Ramage at naval station Norfolk, and he the, the other Krause then became the first officer her father saluted. So pretty interesting story that. This guy has all this experience and now he's saying, you know, I feel young and I feel like I can lend my knowledge and expertise to young navy surgeons. So they now this thing was fucked up and military customs. Why? Because if she commissioned him and he became a commander, she should have commissioned him and then she should have saluted him not the opposite way. Yes, that's because he went out rancor. Right? He never flew down to her. She pulled a power move. I think it was like still still new, definitely followed him to you. Like did you have those Kate whenever you were like a young corporal or Lance corporal, like you had salty athletes core was stuck around like you might be a corporal, you're still the? Yes. Yeah, those are the worst. Absolutely. Don't let me think promoted you fucking loser this down like a little bit of a rabbit hole, and I was lone jogger eight rather whole ause usual, I guess, in this shell will call it a. Fox hall. But parents and kids who served together kind of thing because it's not that I would say it's definitely not common. No, it's not super common. One of them was Theodore junior, Theodore Roosevelt, junior. He was a general and him and his son went into d- day together all patent and his son patent and his son, so that listen to this one. I didn't know this one, Richard beef. It's given junior and Richard beef. It's given the third, so tech sergeant, Richard skip in junior was the first American killed in the Vietnam war years later, Lance corporal, Richard Fitz, given his son was also killed in action. They are one of three father and son duos that both lost their lives in the in the Vietnam war, holy crap. I never heard that before. I didn't know that, but there's a whole list here dating back to the civil war with like cool examples and stuff that's for sure. Could you serve with your parents?.
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"Full essay at military times dot com in a press call with reporters this morning the us representative to nato and former texas senator kay bailey hutchinson saying that the cost of nato and who is paying what will however remain a key point that summit starts next tuesday in brussels thank you very much and thank you for giving us this opportunity to talk about the brussels summit that we are very much looking forward to and the major the major deliverable the major overall theme of this summit is going to be nato's strings and unity i want to emphasize here that everyone in our alliance has the same goal and that is a strong deterrence the lion cities unified that can say any quit that any one of our twenty nine members might say and this year we have gone through many of the areas that will be ratified in our declaration that will deliver the street that we are rejecting for a major threat i say major areas of deterrence would be russia and the malign activities of russia the efforts of russia to divide democratic nation i treaty violations all of those things are now being addressed by nato and a strengthened deterrence and defense the president will arrive here on july eleven actually the evening july ten the first meetings will be a bilateral meeting with secretary general stoltenberg along with the president and the secretary of defense and state and the national security advisor they will touch base and talk about what we're going to be doing then the president will meet with the us mission and steps and family he's going to have a meet and greet we have three missions in brussels our mission our mission about with belgium and then of course nato so everyone is very much looking forward to that then there will be coming over to the nato headquarters for an opening ceremony there will be a a meeting of all the heads of state some ceremony there that we'll talk about the defense and deterrence issues and particularly strengthening our efforts and our southern membership area that preview with the us representative to nato former senator kay bailey hutchinson and a conference call with reporters earlier in.
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"Unknown soldier or during taps how far is in terms of being disrespectful i mean it very similar to showing up at a funeral right this is about paying respect to those who lost their lives and in the service of his country and yet people will still be engage in this protest movement or whatever you want to call it so what was used as the extreme example by me on the show a few days ago now seems to have already that's a red line that's already been crossed because there is no real intellectual moral and ethical foundation to this protest movement it's about selfcongratulation it's about selfpity and selfrighteousness all at the same time and there is a lot of cowardice that pushes people to do this and a lot of hubris that pushes people to do this in the nfl and elsewhere a you more notes on as i wasn't really planning on talking much about the nfl that are but i just saw this and also on my screen area at a big thing about the packers uh asking fans to join them i don't think that's going to happen uh and the broncos are choosing to stand that's on the drudge reports the denver broncos will be standing for the anthem others have expressed other coaches and players or coaches and owners have expressed their desire that players stand there not mandating it even though they do mandate restrictions on other kinds of expression and speech i mean this is a league where you can get fine the nfl is a league were you can get fined for being overly jubilant in the end zone ryan enduring a little too much dancing and celebrate but they're going to say that the anthem you know that's the free speech that's it free expression issue you know you can as a private enterprise the nfl you can't intervene in that as we know there's there's hypocrisy are they they intervene and things all the time spoil a couple more thought by if you have any one of you have if you've seen this photo them talking about those an american military times dot com and uh it's it's getting shared if you know any more about it or you have any thoughts on it uh would really appreciate hearing from you uh.
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"Welcome back to the jim bohannon show as we talk to todd south that he has written the fbi score military times dot com about the possibility of a conflict with north korea bill in reading pennsylvania is with us good evening bill good evening i i would like to ask your guest now what he thinks they're the possibilty with me uh idea now i think my work number one we're going to encourage china to enter north korea under the pretence quarter buying them and defending against and american law and carrying active aggression but in order for this to succeed first we've got to link shiny we'll look if you do this you can keep north korea because they would have it now they wanted it yeah well south korea doesn't want to unify with them because look too much and bring them back in a tweet burtonontrent go what author we would have to coordinate this of course with the chinese russian and south korean all under the table the rest of the world would have to have known nonolympian gonna happen i want the chinese and forces in place down there then they could get a better plan why just one quick question before we turn to our guest why would the chinese do this well we we love you can keep north korea will they can have north korea now if they wanted north korea i mean yeah i think they think that there would be uh you know uh when you hear spins to it well let's ask our guest about this i can't imagine why anybody would want that basket case accept south korea to i i don't tend to be aircraft international author i think from my reading least interviews acknowledge that level of study you both russia and china gain a lot by having north could be creating antagonistic kind of in a commitment can we can play a different hand in trick which can keep that little bit off kilter i think of like that russia courses oregon antagonizing all in the pacific and of course in europe ever gonna and um i think i did nothing i think grieving where now benefits so i think it's difficult to.
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"Educational in nature welcome back to the jim bohannon show as talking to taught south the he has written the peace for military times dot com about the possibility of a conflict with north korea bill in reading pennsylvania is with us good evening bill good evening i i would like to ask your guest though what he thinks they're the possibility that would be uh i think my work number one we're going to encourage china entered north korea under the pretence of to find them and against the american lord carry active aggression but in order for this to succeed first get away jerry wolf say look if you do this you can keep north korea because they would have it now than wanted it yeah well south korea doesn't want to unify with them because too much and bring them back to the 21st century monet would go would offer we would have to coordinate this of course with the chinese the russian and south korean all under the table the rest of the world would have to have no knowledge gonna happen i want the chinese have their forces quite down there then they could get a better plan what could we have why just one quick question before we turn to our guest wi with the chinese do this well we we said look you can keep north korea can have north korea now if they wanted north korea i mean yeah but i think they think that there will be uh you know uh resistance to it on your let's ask our guest about this i can't imagine why anybody would want the basket case except the south korea todd well i i don't pretend to be a edgar creek international author uh i think from my reading deleted interviews acknowledged thursday that level of study you both russia and china your gain a lot by happy new yorker brute creating antagonistic to kinda in the content that can weaken our earlier met his play a different hand in the citric which kinda keeps us a little bit off kilter i think china liked that russia courses oregon antagonize us all in the pacific and of course in europe ever gonna and um i think i did nothing at a grieving where now benefits with him so i think it's difficult to.
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"Military and uh we were really aren't there we never on military bases ero can all and other places yeah yeah and argued that part of the danger here is that the japanese have been very pacifist for what two generations now since since world war two they've been very pacifist of this stuff is angering numbers a public it calls to rebuild their military oh absolutely and look i'm starting to your comments from south korea that south korea wants to new gop would you blame them honestly if you live next door to us pope happy with the new who is just a lobbing missiles all over the place would you honestly sit there and they are now i'm just gonna say a away and if he's laps as we'll slap and bat not if you're dead no other technically still at war north and south korea yeah owned a ceasefire right yeah quickly uh it's unbelievable it is right here north korea's first nuclear test since trump took office was quote a perfect says that a success and confirmed the position and technology of the bomb according to the korean central news news agency kim i met his regime could mount a hydrogen bomb onto an icbm on north korea's icbm right is growing the us military says it's not yet imminent well i would say that they they can burn today that ten days ago it was a successful test of the nuke i would say it's priest it's pretty significant threat kim's regime has yet to demonstrate that it can accurately guide a longrange missile to a target with a nuclear warhead that survives the trip so we'll wealthy that was from bloomberg that was an article i to bloomberg the okay yesterday and i tell you you know it seemed like time and time again in our digital age uh there is a story that i read earlier about and maybe i'll have to pull it up on military times dot com i think it was military times they were saying that the us house mccain remember the ah the neighbor worship that just collided and sailors were killed it may have been a.
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"To go through life i'm beginning to see the genius in that i am truly beginning to see the genius in that entire situation so i think i've got a strategy i'm going to try and figure out times during the year where i can have an a selfimposed exile from the news may be only three days maybe i'm gonna take every holiday weekend and not pay attention to the news i i'm strongly recommending that you do the same thing i mean it 'cause i talk two people who were like they didn't get the little new sheet you know and there i didn't give i news this morning i get the news i think as i said is are we on fire is there anything desperate that must happen that you must now now okay then just don't pay attention to the news but lee i will say this i get back could today and i start looking at stuff today and i'm like good crazy no wonder everything seems to be in such chaos around the trump white house because in three minutes today i saw two separate stories one i had already seen yesterday and i'm going to talk about this in a few minutes at 2 o'clock as a matter of fact we get back from this break i would love to hear from you guys this stories that you think i need to get up to speed on stat i always do this like what did i miss it's always interesting to me to find out what you think was interesting when i was gone and i know my did a great job i know i mean michael always says a great job so don't have to worry about that but what do you think i need to know because i'm not i'm not exaggerating i'm not put me over when i say i have no clue what happened for the last ten days i have no clue it was delightful was like a christmas miracle in july and early august but i do want to know what you think that i need to catch up on but back to the shoe stories that i saw within three minutes of each other the first story was for military times dot com crate website by the way crate website and military times gwen into great detail about the fact that.