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"minnesota army national guard" Discussed on Borne the Battle

Borne the Battle

03:50 min | 5 months ago

"minnesota army national guard" Discussed on Borne the Battle

"I'm looking at my minute man right now. That's our symbol of the national guard. Where you know back back. In those days that businessmen women put down their tools of commerce. They picked up their musket to defend the homeland. And we're still doing it today now. The reserves are part of this bureau. Right 'cause is that due to the base differences of the guard being more of the state entities and the reserve as the federal. Got yourself the national bring enquirer sarg arms or sorry about that including we love them all absolutely absolutely interesting. We'll we'll get into a bit but one of the first questions will always ask here on born. The battle is where and when did you know that military service was going to be the next step in your life. I had gone through some changes in my young adult life right at been married divorced and i was working at a bank and i just saw no future outside of my hometown. I felt like. I'm just going to be stuck here. Didn't have a higher level education. Go ahead married divorced before your service. Yes wow which was tough. Tough tough. And as i did and a decision not made lightly at all in being very very strong devout catholic family and thank god. I had this of my family especially my father. Otherwise things can look completely different so yeah i had been married and divorced probably before i went into the airforce about four years already so it was a chance meeting really back in the day. If you remember you probably too young for this but back in the day people actually brought their checks into the bank to deposit them on friday afternoon right after they got off work. Physical hard check and i was you know on the teller line and i had befriended lots of people small town us. Sixty five hundred. I knew everybody that came to that big this soldier from the minnesota army national guard in. She and i will chat every every week when she would come in every week and just chit chat and one day she walked in. She said to me denise. I see so much potential in you than this. Why don't you join the airforce and get out of this town. It was kind of like that. The eight moment right. My dad is a career war veteran he served in the minnesota army national guard for couple of decades. But do you talk to kids about service to our country but what it meant to put on a uniform. It he didn't talk about. You know the benefits education and learning a job skill or any of those types of things so when when my good friend staff sergeant joyce madsen than at the time. She said that she literally drove me to the next time. Too sick day right. She drove me to the neighboring town of the recruiter. Let me say that day. You is on his game. In a good way. Though is either everything hook line and sinker. He talked about serving our country in what that meant about what the uniform stood for but with our fly emmy talked about all that adriatic piece first and then he talked about learning a job skill and education benefits which was really something that.

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"minnesota army national guard" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:07 min | 11 months ago

"minnesota army national guard" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Yeah, it was like fruit apple sauce, And apparently, that was a big hit. They just asked for that a lot and then flaming hot Cheetos. Hey, anything that was spicy or tasted, I suppose, tastes different. Good. They liked it. Sergeant Major. I'm sure that you had a pretty fair child with the child holes over there. But there's some just some things from home that make it make it a little easier on the deployment. It really is. I mean, you can complain about the child, but it's a 14 Day menu. So It's good food. It's all you need. But it's just that stuff coming from home just breaks up the monotony of everyday and you get shared with your friends. And hey, look what Mom sent me. Look what my wife sent me. Look. And it's It's kind of like a community where you get to share that with everybody. So it's kind of kind of ties people together, getting that stuff from home in those care packages. Sorry, major Last question. Uh, there's some port. There's a lot of support here in Minnesota for year for the families and for the troops. And of course, we've been talking all day about what Hugo yellow ribbon does. How important is that? You can't stress it enough What the Hugo yellow ribbon did for us over there and all these. You know all these groups back here that it's not all about the soldiers that are over there. It's there taking care of our families while we're gone and It gives you that peace of mind that you never get and you've got the Minnesota military phone Family foundation that they if if a soldier's family members The water heater goes out. For example, they can make a few phone calls and that day or the next day, the Minnesota military Family Foundation has taken care of that, and they're getting the water heater put in for that family member. It's just amazing. You a soldier can't do that. And it's just It's so amazing to see the support that the soldiers in the Minnesota Army National Guard and Air Guard Get here in the state of Minnesota. It's just phenomenal. Discovered down to the ability to focus on the mission and get home safe. Yes, it is. And it's amazing, Sergeant Major Welcome home. Well, thank you for joining us today, and I hope you have a great hunt Sanford on. Thank you very much, Sam. Appreciate it..

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"minnesota army national guard" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"minnesota army national guard" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"For your community. When your neighbors need you most. The Army National Guard makes college affordable and serving part time can help you graduate debt free. Do you want to stay close to friends and family? Guard allows you to serve close to home serving part time in the Army National Guard lets you have the life you want. Learn more by visiting national guard dot com, sponsored by the Minnesota Army National Guard aired by the Minnesota Broadcasters Association at this station as we welcome you back to our regularly scheduled program, a quick reminder that you can listen to my talk at irregularly scheduled times. How do we do that? By a podcast on the my talk cap or at my talk 1071 dot com. Baby so much. Way need people doing dumb things would love to tell you about them on the culling and Bradley show my talk of 1071 streaming live. I might talk one of 71 dot com Everything Entertainment Colleen Lindstrom Bradley trainer. Hi. Hey, I we call those dumb people doing dumb things crazy, Stupid idiots. Well, then, I guess one could say That's a crazy, stupid idiot. Clean and Bradley present C ous!.

"minnesota army national guard" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"minnesota army national guard" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"So I said earlier, we're going to meet the team of from the employers supported the Garden reserve here in Minnesota. And joining me now is Tom Symonette chair the employers supporters Garden Reserve and Bob Boone. The str bus lived coordinator, Gentlemen, Welcome to Minnesota Military radio. Thank you, Tom. Thank you, Tom. The colonel. Want to start with you? Ah, Can you tell? Give us a little background? How many years did you serve in the Air Force Reserve in the Minnesota Air National Guard. I said in my career with the military back in 1972 Working as a jet mechanic for aircraft with two engines it cannon Air Force Base and Homestead. And then I Kept on serving overtime and finished the 36 year career with the guard in Minnesota, with 1 33rd Airlift Wing and then finally as an emergency preparedness. Liaison officer with the airforce reserves. And I retired in January of 2014. At the rank of I retired as a rank of colonel in the airport. Very good, sir. And, Colonel, can you tell us? How did you get to the employer supported the garden reserve. I know you've been sharing that for a few years now. I started when I was a reservist, both in the guard and the reserve. I heard about the program. And so I submitted my boss for a Patriot Award. And how employer support of the guard reserves. Took care of my boss and nature that they will recognize for the fine work that dated and supporting my military career. I realize just how important that programme once and I started out as a Volunteer. Presenting Patriot awards two great companies around the state of Minnesota. And then just slowly, but surely got involved more more with the leadership team that was installed or with str during the 2000 and 2000 and 10 time period. Very good, sir. And Bob Boone. I understand you serve 38 years, is enlisted Soldier CEO with Minnesota Army National Guard and served in the position of command Sergeant Major for the rebel division. And a state command sergeant Major for Minnesota. That was quite a career, sir. How did you get over to the cars, Bus left coordinator. Well, quite frankly, I was honored to be inducted into the Hall of Fame. For the Minnesota Army National Guard in 2011. And one of the people attending was Brigadier General Neck. Oster. Pinkel. With that time was chair of the str. And Nic and I have been friends since I was a supply sergeant in the officer Tamponade school, and he was an officer candidate. And he asked me if I would be interested. Yes, Jr. And I said, Yes, I went through the background. And served as a volunteer for region for And then was asked Like, um If I would come in and Worked on making Bosch lift a stellar program for ee str and stated that in coordination with Can quickly 1 33rd on the 9 30 force Air Force Reserve Wing. Well, my certain, uh, that way. Start major. I know General Lester Bank. Oh, he can be very persuasive. So you didn't have a chance, Certainly, but it's a It's a great organization and Colonel Symonette, can you tell us what.

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"minnesota army national guard" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"minnesota army national guard" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"The summer. Typically, June In you a drill 2 to 3 days a month once a month. All the way up to the following summer. There's another two week period held out at Fort Lewis Recorder or Lewis. And then you come back from that. We take their certificates and we put it in and commission is an officer so that rot work the best for me. Um, it was a family and two young Children. At the time, I was wrapping up the tail end of a bachelor's degree with a state program. You only need 90 college credits to start. So it was a good fit for myself, my family and what I was doing at the time, so I worked out well, and it seems to be a good choice and good fit if that's your situation. The lieutenant did make it have any bearing on the decision that you knew how to drive a tank. And you probably didn't break well driving a tank. Yes. Should I know? It's on my military driver's license. I'd probably need a high speed and give me a little crash course in some learning again. Get back in one country, but yeah, I did. I was qualified to drive in Abrams down. Armor. Bullets your armor. Basic officer leader's forces Fort Benning when I intended We're speaking with major Christopher being him and Lieutenant Paul asked from the Minnesota Army National Guard recruiting and Retention Battalion on Minnesota Military radio Major. How is recruiting this year has been a crazy year with the grown a virus and Lots of things going on. And of course, we got soldiers in the Middle East. We've got him in the Horn of Africa. We got him out in the Mojave Desert. That's a busy year. How does that impact your recruiting? Well, well, kind of, but it's been a very interesting year. You know for me personally. I joined the recruiting attention Italian back in October, so I don't know anything other than the challenges that we've seen this year, and obviously with the Koven 19 pandemic and the civil unrest that has caused Recreated it overcome some significant challenges. Physically speaking in the realm of cove in 19 you know when you can't physically interact with potential recruits and go out, need them or conduct events and activities reeking in front of a broad group, but make it a bit more challenging, And so are our recruits have gotten very adept at using various forms of social media and virtual recruiting techniques. So you know, all really has been a slight road for us, but we're working through it and we're starting to see some pretty good results as a result of the efforts of our recruiters throughout the state. I think you know when hopefully this is all said and done. You are recruiting him just that much more for fishing because out of all of expanded their skill sets. Particularly in the virtual and digital world, maybe where they hadn't needed to use those three sources in the past. Very good, sir. A few few obstacles won't stop for Minnesota Army National Guard soldiers from getting the job done. Gentlemen, We have take a short break. Then come back. We're going to talk more with the Minister of Army. National Guard recruiting retention Battalion. Police. Stay with us. We'll be right back. You're listeningto. Minnesota Military radio on Twin Cities. News. Talk am 11 30. The number one request of soldiers.

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"minnesota army national guard" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"minnesota army national guard" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

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"minnesota army national guard" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"minnesota army national guard" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Visiting National Guard dot com sponsored by the Minnesota Army National Guard aired by the Minnesota broadcasters association at this station well good morning I I'm dumbfounded and I'm canny and this is your Mike talk traffic we did have a rollover crash it was then that actually closed the eastbound six ten exit to west Broadway and I just checked the camera and I have it up now in apparently it's cleared that's just my luck but anyway that's actually good news that means nobody was hurt in that accident that loop is open again again six ten two west Broadway it appears the crash has been cleared and that loop the cloverleaf is up and running again west bound for ninety four it sounds like we're doing some construction here in south Saint Paul a west bound for ninety four will be a double lane affair between Concord and Blaine Avenue it started at six AM it's running until six PM on Friday and Minneapolis the park board has closed the northbound lanes of the west river parkway between forty sixth street and eleventh streets or bicycle riders can use at north bound lane of the southbound lane of west river parkway still open to vehicles Ken Barlow's five Eyewitness News forecast can you hear the thunder others one rolling rolling through right now scattered showers thunderstorms this morning then clearing and sixty eight later today it's fifty now you can still listen to my talk on your commute to the kitchen to the basement to your home office set up in the spare bedroom on that card table you haven't used in years we're here for you is great.

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"minnesota army national guard" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

08:29 min | 1 year ago

"minnesota army national guard" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Dot com so you said earlier we've got some gentleman here from federal premium ammunition which is run around the Twin Cities for almost a hundred years and they've been very active over the last decade in supporting our veterans and the other in their families and all of our service members and a frequent guest on the show has been Dennis angel who spent couple years in the marine corps and decades of federal premium ammunition before he retired Dennis will come back to Minnesota military radio call thanks a lot of time it's an honor to be here the Dennis I thought you were in a range for like fifty years because we can always tell your marine which you're all in the race for a couple years how did they get a whole year so tight well you know like we spoke a little bit before the show they do a really good job of drilling in the marine corps into in a matter there a day or thirty years then you were easy I was very easy as everybody comes a marine but will save some of that pick on you for later you did serve for several decades with federal premium ammunition interesting company because there are generations of people that go back there two or three generations of work there that is correct time when I started there back in nineteen seventy eight it was very common to have children grand children parents I mean it was a huge family oriented organization today with that with the fact that the plant is running more than what taxes running seven days a week the number of family members are still quite high adventure we we are very proud of that and does she wrote a couple of the federal employees are still currently working there probably is relieved that the marine retired but would you like to do so I certainly would now the first gentleman with this is Eric Carlson he is the senior director of operations at federal ammunition and then the other gentleman with us today as mark Hyland is a operations manager and one of the facilities there very good gentleman welcome to the show okay thank you Erica I want to start with you you are the senior director of operations can you give us a little history little background of federal ammunition yep sure can federal started around nineteen twenty two so it's going to be a hundred years here in two years but we've been manufacturing ammunition underneath federal cartridge making anything from rimfire all the way up to big large make them three three local so we set out about a hundred and seventy five acres righted in okay today in terms of manufacturing floor space we have about eight hundred thousand acres excuse me eight hundred thousand square feet which is about eighteen acres so yep big facility over the afternoon come up there and and go on a tour and and watching those lines is just amazing of course when you get on a door you get to go down and end should somewhat but still yep so downstairs in our facility we have lot alleys that are far as two hundred yards overshoot and seven days a week twenty four hours a day just making sure our product is as good as the customers expect good thing you manufacture a lot of ammunition because I saw the marine down there shouldn't agrees gun one day they told us don't pull the trigger just hold it so does he do pulls the trigger happy's at all in one shot but the summary for make sense Marco if do you you're the federal ammunition operations manager and you served in the Army National Guard yep I served in the Army National Guard down at home field for almost six years as a helicopter mechanic in the did you enjoy your time in there I loved it I loved every minute of it it was awesome and then how long you've been at federal premium ammunition going on twenty five years in September we talked earlier enjoy tea is the fact that federal premium helps a lot of different organizations by donating some ammunitions reporting some groups on one of them I know that the that you fell for a long time is the youth camp that they hold up at camp Ripley ever summer can you tell me about that yep so you know they have the youth camp that that that's up but camp Ripley and this year and they they're conducting two one week long camps for the children they basically have four hundred kids that that show up to this every year back in ninety one is when they started and they only had about a hundred kids so they've grown very well there we also will be delivering twenty twos again in July of fifteen re donating federal donating fifteen cases to to this great in all use camp up there so it looks forward to heading back up there do any of it that's why you want to pick up pick up truck as you deliver a lot of the Sam on others to reach I deliver a lot of it that's right mark another one of the things that happens is the Minnesota National Guard and the and Norway have what's called a soul as Norwegian soldier exchange program and you've been supporting as well yeah so this is gonna be the forty seventh year that that Norway and the Minnesota Army National Guard of have exchange soldiers saw in April once again a hundred and five soldiers mail will be exchanged and then during that time you have the the trap shoot event and and the federals gonna be donating a shock and shells for that as well and then finally you know we're gonna do a nice little tour for them up at the federal plant for the the leaders of both delegations there so the Norwegian armed guards going to go on tour federal frame that's right they're going to enjoy that I feel I've seen that it's going to be a lot in our region that federal what what you've done up would hamper please allow the military use to be able to experience shooting because otherwise I'm a probably couldn't afford the animal exactly in the same thing for the Norwegian exchange program yep yep very good good work Danny on a come back to you long as you're behaving so well today there's another organization that you and I know very well the benefits from the largess of federal premium edition well tell us about the government's absolute landmark excuse me a time you're referring to the Minnesota military family foundation which you and I are both very involved with there are there are four golf tournaments that are conducted every year there's one in victory links deer run in Berlin bunker hills and federal has been not only having multiple employees golfing in all of those tournaments but we donate silent auction items from our company store we donate ammunition to be raffled off and then we we work really hard to try to help raise money for the Minnesota military family foundation there we found out through those silent auctions that if if there if our players on by all that animal a good friend of ours check us steps up why is it so he's got tons level were Hugo doesn't yes he does as a matter of fact the last time I talked about the last bunker tournament your classic he bought all the remaining am when he said Hey Danny next year do you think we could donate some shot gun shells instead of twenty twos got plenty of that I'll have to talk with their go offline and and see what we can do about that next year and of course you didn't mention it but federal premium ammunition also buys a foursome in the big event the MOF of golf classic in his help was for many many years and we're very grateful of federal premium for for all that help because we raise funds to help Minnesota military families who experience financial emergencies due to service the country Danny using some of the grant request that we get a man several times a week and and we're thrilled to be able to help those military families the crisis and move on with their lives and and focus on the mission that's that's what it's all about well that's exactly right Tom a you know as well as I do you and I are are members of our ten volunteer member board and in the last two days what did we have three or four grants that we authorized of it your marine you probably can't even add up to total can I haven't tried I'm not even gonna try I might have to take my shoes on the hill keep those on a studio not in the we just got about a minute left before the break but on behalf of Minnesota realtor radio we've been on the air now for almost ten years and federal premium ammunition has been supporting us we do special shows on Memorial Day and the federal premiums been as a sponsor of those shows and we do some special shows on on veterans day in a federal crime is been a been a great partner a great sponsor and we're just thrilled to have you join one here today there's many more organizations that you benefit we're going to talk about those when we come back we're speaking to us from journal and from federal premium ammunition on Minnesota military radio please stay with us we'll be right back you're listening to Minnesota.

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"minnesota army national guard" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

10:33 min | 1 year ago

"minnesota army national guard" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Colonel from the Minnesota Army National Guard served as the national guards command historian for ten years served on the Minnesota military museum for thirty five years spent some time teaching and the now I think he's trying to be retired but he keeps getting some things to do like being involved in the still water armory history project you can't quite seem to get this retirement to work too well can is Jack well it's a little hard but you gotta keep moving the whole thing yeah you're not going to sit around and watch daytime TV all day is still waters an interesting town and they've got a lot of history with military yes they do still water of course is one of Minnesota's oldest communities and it's been around a long time and there's always been great pride within the town itself in their history people involved with with history have made sure that they take care of the preservation of their buildings community itself is is full of grand old houses including one that my grandmother was born in eighteen eighty four still there in the old armory as I said was filled with artifacts photographs that needed to be preserved and so we look for ways to preserve that in the new in the new army when it opened up all of the old pictures came down we worked with the Minnesota military museum they they took all of those old photographs these old panoramic pictures many of them will big things get a high quality scan of them and then working with the scans and building the narrative stories around it we've created a variety of exhibits in the a new armory the first one we did which is the largest one to date is what we call a timeline there's a large hallway leading off of the lobby that's about sixty feet long and along that fall way there is a time line exhibit that starts in the eighteen forties begins with the first militia companies in still water in a the eighteen fifties moves through the civil war and all of the other wars and and things that have happened happened up till the current day so that timeline exhibit was the first thing we did sure like some people don't think too much about going back to the civil war in in one Minnesota was formed but river rivers were key to navigation absolute fortune telling and still water and and those type locations are that's the reason they're some of the oldest communities in this in state along the Saint Croix in the Mississippi that's right this was a lot of lot of deep long history in still water and I'll bet it's fascinating to be involved in that yes it is it it that's the fun part of this so of the still water armory history project you formed a group a ten member steering committee as I understand it to try to determine what can be done and and what should be done well as I said we did this time line exhibit than we did one on still water in the civil war which is in one of the classrooms that is very often used we've done an exhibit on the murals of of military murals of Joe let's Rollins that's kind of an interesting story the American Legion post forty eight and still are after World War two commissioned a Joe let's Roland who was was a professor at the university of Minnesota our professor and an artist to do a series of murals of scenes of World War one and World War two and a few years later she also did the Korean War of and they were in the downstairs bar of the American Legion club well when the club decided to move its bar up stairs into their building the the mural stayed downstairs because it is a compromise accomplished comprised of about a hundred Lindy lineal feet of art they didn't know what to do with it some sort it stayed down in the basement in the store room and was kind of forgotten about when it was decided that still water should have a new armory the legion post transferred all of those murals took them down they were on fiber board painted on fiber board gave them to the Washington County Historical Society and the Minnesota National Guard agreed to find a place for them in the new armory so one of the other jobs that we've done is we've we've put installed one of these murals now and told the story of how they came to be and about the artists so you can learn about that the the other meals are in storage at the armory the project that we just finished he hasn't been installed yet but all of the writing and the work on it has been done is on we call it comrades for ever and its clubs that have been formed by still water veterans so we talk about the various last man clubs the town is head of the regimental associations because of it the V. F. W. the American Legion all of these groups that have been organized in still water by veterans so that they can maintain these bonds that that they had as a military people we're speaking with Lee retired lieutenant colonel Jack Johnson on Minnesota military radio Sir it seems like one of the first things you have to do over there is find out what materials what things are are available and who hasn't that's that's right and and we've got a lot more stuff then we can display so this is gonna be a long term project for the Reno retirement for you well I think will be involved with it for quite a while when we decide well how what should we do this well they're usually good ideas that come up I work with a wonderful committee is steering committee of ten people and it I've never had such a wonderful committee because they're all active the all play their part deuce the kinds of things that need to be done by a working committee and still keep they'll keep us going I think for quite awhile so Sir is the old armory open for people to come visit well the old armory has been sold and it's now closed and there's nothing to see there but the new armory absolutely of course there is security now with all of Minnesota's armories you can't just walk in the way you used to be able to do on a old days you have to push a little button but they will let you in and the public uses that armory the new armory a lot so you can just come to to see the exhibits that are there or if you come from meetings and a variety of things that go on there it's a community building well Sir I seen up at one of another camp Ripley where there's school buses parked outside of the missile military museum to some the schools to come over and see the the armory in Stillwater I think we've had some school groups come over and I I believe that will be having more as we continue to to develop these exhibits but as of right now I don't think there's been a lot of school groups sure you mention the last man's club and I know there is a least one in still water can you tell us what that's about well the story of the last man's club really begins with the a group but after the civil war one of still waters militia companies which was called the still water guards became company be of the first Minnesota infantry during the civil war and after the war was over they got together actually got together for the first time as a group on the twenty fifth anniversary of the battle of first Bull Run which is when that group first saw battle and the the man decided well let's form a club and what they decided to do is create something that they called the last man's club they would meet annually every year on or around a July twenty first and they would continue to do that until there was only one man left the last man someone had donated a bottle of Burgundy wine which always sat at the head table when they met in the idea was that the last man would finally open the bottle and give a final toast to his fallen comrades another group also organized last man's club from a civil war group because there was another company of still water people company CEO of the eighth Minnesota so they they formed one that they called the last two men's club and the the World War one group formed a last man's club they called it the bully beef club because they had a can of unopened bully beef which was can de corned beef the World War two group have has one and they're still one left the Korean War group which there's about ten members who are still alive they still meet and so this is your edits on less man gloves I don't run on still going on it was kind of fun to see that on there and I'll bet you're enjoying the opportunity to preserve some of this history well it is fun to to preserve it and then to also of met some of these people for example the last man from the World War true group as a fellow by the name of gene to curtains and gene just died last year he was the last man at age one hundred and he was a wonderful man to have gotten to know really appreciate that opportunity and if I hadn't been involved in this project I probably would never of medic well Sir I hope you will spend a lot more years over there sifting through things and saving history for future generations and in meeting a lot more of our our veterans and I'd like to thank you for joining us today on Minnesota military well it's been a pleasure thank you Sir that was Jack Johnson retired lieutenant colonel from Minnesota Army National Guard and Minnesota military radio please stay with us when we come back we're gonna talk about presumptive illnesses whether county veterans service officers you're listening to Minnesota military radio on Twin Cities news talk A. 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"minnesota army national guard" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

08:34 min | 2 years ago

"minnesota army national guard" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Shows of the year we talked to the our chaplain corps from the Minnesota National Guard and today we have two very special guests on the show I will go with the start with the army since you were in the army sure we got trapped captain hickory Smith with us from Minnesota Army National Guard chaplain will commercial realtor radio thank you Tom and thank you Jason and welcome the new brought a special guest from their side was like dinners sure I'd love to chaplain Dan pull you opposite of push you it's poor you as you're just talking earlier he was actually my Chaplin when I deployed to Bosnia and so he's one of the reasons that I'm actually now it's happened but he got smart he left the army went to the air so that's so it did upland lieutenant colonel Daniel pull you chaplain welcome missile Melcher radio always good to have a fellow or men on the show thank you Tom and Jason is good to be here and it's good to be part of the Minnesota National Guard whether to air or Army I'm glad to be here Jason we've got quite a few services governor you started up the marines well I had we had this discussion yesterday with and general adult that in car the airforce reserve which I think it skipped from time to time and then I went to the army so I was smart enjoying the air and then questionable but ended up in the greatest unit in the army at the thirty fourth ID hello in the last position and was that of public affairs officer for the division I was as a division public affairs offers officer for some great commanding generals generals Sir general I don't it is is a great time to serve which happens we wanted to ask you to come in today so that we could talk about our deployed troops both on the army side in their side I know the deployments are are quite different the army usually goes out in larger groups and for longer periods of time and then on their side they they sometimes goes individuals or they go and smaller units and more frequently but for shorter duration and the chaplain pollution sure the through the ranking officer here chaplain can you tell us our Armand on no time they are doing really well the the operations temple just continues to be high I think was in two thousand seventeen was the first time that we didn't have anyone deployed over Christmas time during our award ceremony and up until that time during the entire global war on terror we always had someone deployed even now we continue that tradition and the airforce got smart early on in the war that they were I was going to have a rotation that allowed us to be able to continue operations back in the state as well so that's why we deployed smaller units and don't take an entire wing at a time so it looks makes a little more challenging because we have to hand off of our own troops to chaplains into two other folks who are in the deployed deployed settings but overall it's worked well over these years so wherever they deployed to there is a chaplain and they put together units from across the United States to put together the force that they need to do the mission yes exactly so there will be a chaplain there this ministering to those troops while they're deployed a yes at least one and typically there's a a team of chaplains and religious affairs assistance to entrap us with the use your are Army National Guard people caught in larger groups we just got the division back and now we've got the thirty fourth II cab of down in Texas training and they're headed over to Kuwait but there's a there's usually one or more chaplains out there to minister to the troops yeah there is a each unit is assigned a unit minister team with a chaplain and religious affairs specialist non commissioned officer and it's good to have that team effort and bit getting to be a part of that unit and going forward in planning and preparing as as we get a cycle of deploying and Minnesota has pretty consistently had deployments going and so it's been great to welcome back the thirty fourth infantry division and with the easy cab the exposure combat aviation brigade going out the door with stuff them it's it's also it's a bittersweet thing it's getting to do your job that's what we train for and and so there's some purpose in there some meaning behind that but then it's being away from home and this time of year can be particularly hard for some people you know you've had kind of a unique experience to the senior NCO and now as an officer and a chaplain what's the comparative in contrast for add to it in that unit the chaplain team yes so I started out as infantry and then I went to to the chapel assistant the name now changed to religious affairs and it is different it's it takes a transition to think about what the things that we focus on so when we deploy rat the chaplain is one of the really the only person in the unit that doesn't have a weapon doesn't have a gun you have a viable but I have the vaio yeah right I and each each chaplain of what whatever faith group they come from I think that helps us in our identity in our in our focus to care for the soldiers in the family members yeah Chaplin tell you you have a kind of unique in its situation which you really represent the joint force year the rear detachment chaplain for the thirty fourth combat aviation brigade an army unit did do soldier see you differently as a as a as an airman or is an airforce officer well I think always at when a chaplain steps into a role they're going to they're going to be a little bit apprehensive about you because you're not sure what what you're going to be like and yeah earn your stripes a little bit that but then the E. Cabernet I think I can use an acronym here right yes Sir once after a while they have been so welcoming and and chaplain tool is the a chaplain who deployed with them and he made it so easy that it's been relatively seamless for me I think to be able to step in and and be a part of the unit they've they've ingratiated themselves to me and it helps if I can speak a little bit too some of the soldier issues which are very similar to to air air men anyway as some and and having a little bit of background I think maybe as help me a little bit yeah the the issues that servicemembers face are typically the same regardless of the branch that there's that they're serving in trouble you and your view but deployed a couple of times when you're deployed in your ministering to all these troops whether their soldiers Ramond how challenging is it to to deal with the fact that there there are a lot of different religions that religious backgrounds well it can be a little bit of a challenge but you know we've taken an oath to uphold the United States constitution which offers the free exercise of religion and so we're going to stick to that very much I I it was also a federal prison chaplain for a twenty years so this spectrum of different religions in a in a military is much more narrow than it was in the federal prisons and so as long as somebody's really trying to practice their religious faith that we're gonna do everything we can to help them out ten the most challenging thing is to be able to stay on top of what the actual needs are and isn't sometimes are going to be low density religions that we might have to go quite a ways to to help them with but for the most part it's been pretty easy and it's usually been one season Tuesdays of people who who need it as long as they give us enough time to prep it if they have a holiday season coming up for another religious accommodation we we've been able to to the handle at chapel over does some commanding officers say that the there is a couple of things are important on deployment number one is we have people takers equipment the number two after the Japanese cars there to take care of the of the soldiers and airmen that's our intent and we are there to to assist the commander with the his religious programs so absolutely chaplains it's been it's great to have you with us and we take into the next segment as well you've been listening to the Minnesota military radio our this is your co host Jason burly along with our executive host and producer Tom Lyons we've been speaking to Chaplin's decreased myth of the to the.

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"minnesota army national guard" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"minnesota army national guard" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

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"minnesota army national guard" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"minnesota army national guard" Discussed on 600 WREC

"In a hail of bullets and four dead the armed suspects engage the law enforcement open fire there was exchange fire between law enforcement and the suspects and unfortunately the suspects are now deceased but two additional innocent civilians were also deceased the FBI stores pyros those two suspects robbed a jewelry store in coral gables kidnapped a UPS driver hijacked a truck and led police on a chase they're busy rush hour traffic the UPS driver in person and nearby car also killed the governor of Minnesota councils the Christmas tree lighting as the state mourns the deaths of three National Guard soldiers killed in a Black Hawk helicopter crashed Thursday afternoon governor Jim walls as governor and as a citizen of this great state as a veteran of the Minnesota Army National Guard my heart breaks for the families the friends and the fellow soldiers the coming days will be dark and difficult the chopper was on a routine maintenance flight when it crashed shortly after takeoff from Saint cloud no word on the call house speaker Nancy Pelosi gives the green light to draft articles of impeachment and president trump says bring it along and if we allow the president to be about the all we do she so surely at the peril of Irish pub in America no one is above the law X. it's a big fan of the president threatening to drag the speaker former vice president Joe Biden and congressman Adam Schiff to the Senate trial as witnesses and stocks recover from all morning slide as investors shrug off trade concerns the dell gained twenty eight points the nasdaq and the S. and P. five hundred.

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"minnesota army national guard" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"minnesota army national guard" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Hail of bullets and four dead the armed suspects in gauge for law enforcement open fire there was exchange fire between law enforcement and the suspects and unfortunately the suspects are now deceased but two additional innocent civilians were also deceased as George Parros those two suspects robbed a jewelry store in coral gables kidnapped a UPS driver hijacked a truck and led police on a chase they're busy rush hour traffic the UPS driver and a person a nearby car also killed the governor of Minnesota cancels the Christmas tree lighting as the state mourns the deaths of three National Guard soldiers killed in a Black Hawk helicopter crashed Thursday afternoon governor Jim walls as governor and has a citizen of this great state as a veteran of the Minnesota Army National Guard my heart breaks for the families and the friends and the fellow soldiers the coming days will be dark and difficult a chopper was on a routine maintenance flight when it crashed shortly after takeoff from Saint cloud no word on the calls house speaker Nancy Pelosi gives the green light to draft articles of impeachment and president trump says bring it on and if we allow the president to be above the law we do so surely at the peril of our Republic and there are no one is above the law this is a house panel OKS president threatening to drag the speaker former vice president Joe Biden and congressman Adam Schiff to the Senate trial as witnesses and stocks recover from all morning slide as investors shrug off trade concerns the dell gained twenty eight points the nasdaq and the S. and P. five hundred.

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"minnesota army national guard" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"minnesota army national guard" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Three members of the Minnesota Army National Guard are dead governor Tim walls confirm they died in a helicopter crash about sixty miles northwest of Minneapolis today officials say they lost contact with the helicopter while I was out on a maintenance test flight police in South Florida are reporting multiple deaths after a shoot out with robbery suspects who carjacked the UPS truck and unfortunately the suspects are now deceased but two additional innocent civilians were also deceased to suspect who robbed a jewelry store were killed as they exchanged gunfire with police besides the two suspects the UPS driver and a bystander were killed a Texas senator is pointing to next year's election as to why Democrats are pushing for the impeachment of president trump John Cornyn told reporters an election should be held to see if trump would get another four years Brian shook NBC news radio Craigslist is upgrading to this decade with an app that's available on iOS devices and is being tested on android the app version of the classified ads platform is a lot like the web version where you can browse listings in various categories from jobs the items to houses you can search what you're looking for place your own ads create alerts for listings and contact sellers without ever having to sign up for an account a report says the U. S. is the eighth most spam nation in the world Swedish tracking company true caller says Americans received seven percent more spam calls in twenty nineteen compared to the year before with the average American getting about eighteen spam calls a month Brazil is the most spam nation and Brazilians get about forty six spam calls per month Pablo Escobar's brother is out with a smart phone yes the account for the many UN cartel is releasing the Escobar fold one which were parked Escobar says is made of proprietary plastic that makes it almost unbreakable it works with android operating system cost three hundred fifty Bucks tech report Larry Olson NBC news radio your honor I heard podcast channel the first completely podcast program station discover something new in a in talking to win and and looking at the evidence in this case the entire case is built on fiber evidence your friends I mean there are allegations that someone's victims credits house in his car you mean not one fingerprint was found in Wayne's house he was that methodical that he cleaned all these fingerprints no neighbors ever said Hey we saw these little boys going on the wings house right if Wayne was not on that bridge the case remains all the different way or would still be on salt take that rage out of the equation and what do you have Vincent hill reiterated several episodes back the overall importance of the bridge fiber evidence inside if you take the bridge of the equation you don't have a way to begin with.

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"minnesota army national guard" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"minnesota army national guard" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"And floods they protect us with missile defense cyber security and civilian support teams for chemical biological and radiological hazards be there for your community and your country visit National Guard dot com to learn more about part time service sponsored by the Minnesota Army National Guard aired by the Minnesota broadcasters association and this station when patients leave the hospital they hope the worst is behind but surprise medical bills can be devastating millions of Americans receive costly surprise bills each year that they thought were covered by insurance and get this patients get stuck with bills all insurance companies walk away with big profits over thirty five billion dollars last year local communities get hit the hardest insurance companies want to make it worse by refusing to pay doctors for their services ultimately leading to a shortage of health care in your communities Chris has a choice side with insurance companies that refuse to pay their fair share or provide doctors with resource to administer a life saving treatments to patients tell Congress that it's time to stop surprise billing hold insurance companies accountable and stand up for your doctors and patients for more information visit stop surprise medical bills dot com that stop surprise medical bills dot com paid for by doctor patient the Ron Burgundy cast is back with a brand new season three I heart radio make sure to follow so you don't miss a thing hi Ron Burgundy from the Ron Burgundy podcast we are back in the studio season two baby the I heart radio at number one for podcast listen to the Ron Burgundy podcast on the I heart radio fair and balanced.

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"minnesota army national guard" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

09:28 min | 2 years ago

"minnesota army national guard" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"AV and the other is the star of justice Andrew in the morning Mister Andrew early gentleman welcome back to radio thanks I'm good to be with a chance the Japanese courted a great job it's a beautiful day temperatures are great we got a couple hundred golfers out here they're all of your raisin some money for his Minnesota military families and one of our biggest supporters for less than years been the D. AV in Minnesota and several it has been the adjutant over there and of course she was a command sergeant major in the Minnesota Army National Guard and I just want to read this this bio here this little announcement that we had seven white him disabled Minnesota Army National Guard veteran of the Iraq war was elected national commander for more than one million member D. AV the organization's twenty nineteen national convention Orlando and took the office last week he's retired command sergeant major for the eighty fourth troop commander gave us army national guard full time jobs and the delivery of a sort of department adjutant and executive directors save American veterans of of Minnesota foundation and thank you know I don't know if if command sergeant majors higher rank than national commander but I think we'll have Klay commander for the next year Hey I think one more year Stephan congradulations what an honor to be those national commander in charge of such a wonderful organization to take such great care of our veterans it really is Tom I mean to be in the position I am all the organization I truly is done a wonderful things taking care of our disabled veterans and to be the face and the voice for this organization is truly an honor to be this is like people who you were at my office last week and we're checking out schedules they've got they've even got time scheduled for you to sleep but maybe it once in awhile it all it's going to be zero we went to a hundred year it's gonna be a busy year make sure that we get out there and our voice to be heard all the great things that we're doing that you've got some special goals for this year I really do on one thing is I wanna make sure we continue advocating for victims when it comes to the legislation our benefits in the healthcare that we can't slow down we can make sure that the factions voices are being heard and that the changes are being made so they're taking care of now the Avia Minnesota they're in good shape all you're going to be out of action for a really are the DV Minnesota's really would help give ME two are mad too because of all the great things are doing here locally they're set up really well we have a great action star stepped in and I train will do a wonderful job and I'm here to assist someone were working as well from my traveling with backing up Minnesota as well the course of the AV of Minnesota in my humble opinion is one of the most active veterans service organizations in the state the things you do to put the vans out there to get our veterans to their medical appointments you've got the hunting programs you got fishing programs you got a program to raise some money it's it's a it's one of the busiest veterans service organizations that I've I've witnessed it really that for your for we're not here to sit on our backside all we're actually here to make sure that we're doing things for veterans and I'm very proud to say here in Minnesota we're doing exactly what do exactly that taking her by transit transportation programs outdoors program whatever may be are even legislation or make sure that we're we're in the front leading the commander congratulations on the foot of what a wonderful position I know you're gonna have a busy year and we're going to follow you I think investors they were gonna try to get up to Washington DC and hear the greatest honor to be able to present a reset the Arlington cemetery me huge John or I would be so moved on that on that opportunity their loans can be amazing well it may take you know we writer fact we get you through that we're talking the stuff on white head and and really Minnesota military radio from the tenth annual Minnesota military family foundation golf classic at bunker hills golf and Mister Lee we will not quite a ride for the last almost ninety nine years this is show number four hundred eighty congratulations the first of the year the first week of twenty twenty will be our five hundred children we've got some plans when we go out to veterans day with the stuff on the maybe do a show from a special place of Washington DC for the five hundred to five hundred chilled well I would be pretty special here in the in our relationship but told everybody went on the show before the reason we're on the ears because you had an idea to do a little bitty Minnesota military public affairs program yeah yeah the idea was just to have an outlet where stories can be shared that's the main purpose that's what radio is really good at right sharing stories telling stories and in and there aren't enough outlets in my opinion where stories of our active duty or veterans and their families can really be told and really be shared and I think radio is just the best medium for something like that we had a a show and a working from in Tucson Arizona that was really catered towards Davis Monthan Air Force base and in order to sort of replicate that formula up here and you and I went out to lunch one day at the the the the the joining of a mutual friend and everything sort of went from there you got all the way from each that figure that I expect that I had no idea who I was given the show too well I don't know where we were going either when it's on a like infernal Vietnam vet to be able to tell the stories of of our military and their families in the student all of the resources that help take care of you know really took off we I sat down with the adjutant general of Minnesota National Guard producer of course I hurt media put us on the air and give us some free time and in the recording studio an engineer and then we talk the Minnesota department of Veterans Affairs and they joined so they can talk about all the programs and services and then the winners test for showing in a course that's women stuff on white head of all the other commanders of the of the VFW in those D. AV and then work in late June purple arch and all those we have your decision and and your relationship with the with the Minnesota National Guard and in your efforts to to get them involved really blew me away and and not just that but but their willingness to be apart and and provide so much support and so much material in so many guests and all all the great content that that they've been putting together have since taken the show to places I never would have imagined well and with the great support from my heart media you've you've given us the show given us the room to go to the things we want to do you've given the support of the Minnesota military family foundation golf classic some returns without covered with us a lot I think you know since the second year we were doing the show I think I've only missed one year the venue were said about that but it's much better the other the other thing that I don't think either of us imagined when we started doing this was you allowed us to make the content available to other radio stations we just signed the biggest falls this week correct fifty six stations at the maze around the state that the air the show and I remember but as soon the first year we had you in a box left on the C. one thirty okay up to camp Ripley you got to tour the camper should some weapons of last year the way back when he's like you said this is fun because a lot of those in the black cargo been on see one thirty been to Kuwait twice now the just got back from Kuwait out in you know there's a difference between what they call a sandstorm it's a dust storm is that yeah what are they called in in Arizona they were called the the the cocoa boobs or something like that I forget exactly what they're called knowledge I'm not sure they're all there yeah there's a there is a radio personality like a monster dust storm that that I never experience and I lived in Arizona but I but I've seen it the few friends been through it and then we took you to hell and back a little town in Norway called hell yeah right by did the health health we got you all one word we have an annual Norwegian exchange with the Minnesota National Guard and our way home garden we got to go over there and and not only do a sort of your radio which you to to your morning shows from over there that was a lot of fun in the did get you home safely so you've there's a bunch of traveling of metal bunch of people yeah there's been quite a trip where were most of them to except the one night normally well we're just getting started Mister Lee is not a whole lot more to do in I would assume that you'll have this gentleman the national commander of the morning show sometime so I love it we did it we need to brag about him he's he's I thought the government another veteran that works as hard as the phone does that take care of other veterans another disable but have you merely found because I think you are still stories those stories without more than I do want to give in to good comment here could always is because of what you've started here the veterans organization's particular the DV with many of the error message alter so thank you for seeing initiative and it really doesn't know what Tom I mean I remember my first radio interview with Tom and I talk about our big need for volunteer drivers and because that program we've been able to really find volunteer driver so thank you Andrew for you know come up with this idea that's that's very gratifying for me here because that's the idea that's the point you know the the the the the the impetus for the show was to give listeners the opportunity to put their desire to support the troops into action yeah and give them tangible means to actually provide that support and give something back to all the troops and all the veterans that have given so much quickly dig into that because we just set your your department commander on and he said you've got thirty seven bands out there now helping get the a reference to their medical appointments and I didn't realize till about four five years ago is on the show all those are our volunteer drivers and he's always looking.

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"minnesota army national guard" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"minnesota army national guard" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

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