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"oscar mike" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Plead guilty they've cut a deal and it's a sweet heart there she's going to jail for two months he's going to jail for five months all right with no talk yet about a fine which is kind of interesting Kaneka got got let me ask are winning can you have a deal like this without a fine well technically under federal sentencing law you must pay a fine unless you can prove to the court that you are unable to pay one yeah that's not their problem so maybe the story just died it didn't talk about the fine because everybody else got hit with pretty good fine bottom line with this replete you're looking at a news article I take it now the plea agreement is very clear about every aspect of their sentence so they are going they they've agreed to both parties have agreed that the sentence that they have to get is the jail time a hundred and fifty thousand dollar fine wears her two years of supervised release a hundred hours okay unity service sorry you're looking at a different story than I am I'm looking at the actual plea agreement okay that have been filed with the court good for this story that leaves that out and by the way he added the husband agrees to pay two hundred and fifty thousand dollars in a fight okay so that makes more sense to me the reason it makes sense the reason they cut this deal is because of the covert issue Michael Flynn was Jessica or Michael Cohen has just been released Oscar Mike Flynn has just been released for home arrest and so it's a good time I I don't know how much the cove it has to do with it I think that the prosecutors have finally realized they never ever get the amount of time that they ask for for any of these varsity blues defendants I think I don't think any defendant has gotten even half the amount of time that the government was asking for and I think the government is finally seeing the writing on the wall that even though they might think these guys need to go to prison for a couple of years they're never going to get it and so they'd rather not bother with a trial an entire trial where they're going to have to answer to why their star witness is complaining that the FBI is trying to get him to live only to end up with this kind of a sentence anyway got it all right well just a follow up on a story that broke early early this morning an active shooter has been stopped at the Naval Air Station in Corpus Christi.
"oscar mike" Discussed on Mon Carnet, l'actu numrique
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"oscar mike" Discussed on Veteran On the Move
"It is twice blessed to bless him. Give him receive it and so I just recited from memory is said to collect that. That's that's my said. Okay right all that down for me said to me so so now comes the day that In General Krulak was the communist system. Right no no. At this time he was so. Cg EVOLVE MC SIDDIQ. Down there so Voter education over I guess older deserters but So he has the guy come in here. It's got the guards performances. First of all take the shackles off. This and then he turns the Guy said this ends today. This will never admit got home. I was going to happen and he said. Let me read to you something then. My dearest friends sent me and he read the Soliloquy. The quality of mercy is not strained and so he finishes and he said it's over. I'm excusing you of everything you'll never face this again. But there's one requirement and the guy says. Oh God yeah whatever. I'll do whatever you want. General you said in the future you're going to have an opportunity to exercise either Justice or mercy and I can tell you to consider mercy in decision and I said well absolutely so you let him go off to goes to the wedding back to her. That Christmas general crew has done him and he said I gotTa show you this card and is trump this individual from back in Arlon. He said General. Thank you again for your kindness and so forth since our meeting. I have had a number of occasions to choose between justice and mercy. And thanks to you. I always chosen marquette down on the side of the mercy and have never regretted it. I hope that you have not regretted the fact that you showed mercy for me. So Joe you just never know when one of your teachers making you memorize them a portion of Shakespeare the May come in handy but in that case it came in handy for that individual as General Krulak Qetta choose between justice and mercy. Well that's incredible well. I don't think we could end in episode any better than that. Well to thank you. You know we have all of these opportunities in life to to do the right thing to reach back and say gee what what is what is right and proper here and hopefully that in reaching back. We're reaching back into a bag that has lots of integrity involved in it. The we we ended up making the the the right choice. Well that's awesome Russia. I appreciate you sharing those words of wisdom and phenomenal story with his. So that wraps up this episode and we'll be back Be Back with another one soon. So until then these two veterans or Oscar Mike vetted on the move your pathfinder to freedom if you like to show leave us a review. Kids reviews are always greatly appreciated so until next time. This veteran is Oscar Mike..
"oscar mike" Discussed on Veteran On the Move
"Is we're not always going to have agreed I boss and sometimes you'll have poof are the equivalent of it and so. Here's here's the trick. Absorb all of those things that that new laws leadership the poor example. Although I mean just take it all in stride and Tuck it away and remember it and when the situation comes up again when you're the boss think of how it felt to be humiliated to be denigrated to be ignored to be treated the way you were and then just do the right thing. So now we have a chance as a result of that bad experience and and the bad experiences would we call them. The the human resources is technical term jerk. You have a jerk learn from that jerk and then make the choice you can become bitter or better and I just Implore you to become better as a result of that of that Example of that experience that's awesome. I've thought you know after twenty four years in the Marine Corps myself you can learn just as much if not more from bad leadership as you can see from leaderships so did want to ask you. Can you talk a little bit about the taking care of your own concept as you took it into the college classroom? Yes it's Again all of these things just seemed to make sense to me. I was trying to put myself back in position of being a college student and of course it really difficult for me because I went to a monastery called the Naval Academy so the different situation but but the the youngsters today have so many challenges so many things on their plate. I mean it's My diseases student piece of cake compared to them. So I thought you know. We're we're here to learn together but maybe we can make this a little bit and of course you know the first day. Everybody's kind of uptight with one and so. I said I always start off with introducing myself and then I'll say one of the bonuses of this class is you're gonNA leave here with the new. Bff What I want you to do is to pick out somebody in this classroom. Whom you do not know and you're going to interview that person and that person is going to interview you and then you're going to introduce that person to the rest of the class No no you're not gonNA hurt you. You're going to like this. So time do is so then. They introduced in there and the idea there is now they. They know somebody knew that they had not known but also the fact that they're going to have to speak in front of a group and I said no this going to carry on all of your going to give oral presentations. Oh this is a history class. Well it's a this Vietnam War class and then also one on Why we fight in how we fight. Us wars okay. So it's kind of his historical aspect to it definitely not what they were expecting. Well no no and then the others now. Why am I doing that? Because you're going to be a graduate of the University of South Florida. You're going to be expected to be able to give briefings to to give presentations and do so without stumbling over. Sydney is so here. You're going to have the friendliest audience you can ever imagine your peers and so your presentations are going to be in front of them. And then you get an idea of that. It's not that hard but sir you know. I have butterflies in my stomach and my responses soda. Why before every class? I have butterflies in my stomach. The trick is to get the butterflies to fly in formation. So that's what it is so anyway we we we go through that part and then all my quizzes are all essay. There's no true false multiple choice there beyond that. I WanNa know what they think they think. What are the critical thinking skills? What did they come up with? How do they express themselves? And then because I was raised by nuns Who taught me English very very well their paper when I had to back everything. That's wrong is corrected spelling punctuation and so forth because I don't want him to walk away with the paper that is not perfect at least from the standpoint of the technical aspects. Yeah but then. The other is look rolling this together. I made a promise that when we finish you will know more about the Vietnam War than most bed. Pm Veterans and far more than most US citizens. And so. We're going to do this by stirring together. Sir with together is this is not supposed to be a do or die situation for you. If you have something that comes up you know. The car breaks down. You GotTa take your mother to the hospital and so forth. Those things happen in an. I'm not going to Ding you. For the vagaries of life. That come our way. Just just let me know and you know make up the work CETERA. But you know let's just make this. Oh as much as possible A treat instead of a treatment and and Joe that the response has been amazing that people you know I've got this story about A couple of them missed the quiz so they said there could let me tell you right off. You're not going to be downgraded because you missed a quiz. You had things that are happening your license. We're just GONNA do the makeup quiz and you're on the same level as as a real sincere the day of the quiz. So you know you're not going to be automatically have a agreed reduction because you weren't an their response is kind of like. Wow and the other part is with all the guest speakers that are bringing a bomb. I Guess Speakers. I want them to understand theory of just war. Yeah so I found a man who was a navy officer in Vietnam down to the Delta same time is there although I did not know him he got out of the Navy and became a lawyer and then he became a judge and then he became a priest. He isn't Pastor Church. Father Corcoran his father's marine aviator as a but anyway so that's kind of guest speakers so then I have the lawyers to come in and talk about war crimes again. Both people and the media and After every class the guest speakers stay around to answer questions from the students a retired ambassadors to learn about the State Department all of these guest speakers who have been superb. Nobody has ever turned me down. I think consider an honor to talk to two students which it really is but then afterwards to answer questions of Haughty get into the State Department. How do you become an economist? How do you become a lawyer of those things that this is an opportunity for the face to face interview if you will and A again part of what I think is my responsibility to help them. You know get through college and learn and the be prepared for the for the next step. What whatever it may be well. It's a phenomenon stories. You Got There Sir. Appreciate it Were at a time for this episode. So look forward to continuing this conversation in other conversations on on the next several episode. So that's it it's gone and so the once again. These two veterans are asking like tech listening to veteran on the move. Your Pathfinder to freedom if you like to show leave us a review and I tunes reviews are always greatly appreciated so until next time. This veteran is Oscar Mike..
"oscar mike" Discussed on Veteran On the Move
"Do. you just have to not give wrapped around the axle asking permission because sometimes for people to decide. They've got to go through all the ramp. This is the right thing to do so we did so. We had our first marine corps birthday and because of that then USA. Well Gee since the Marines Having their birthday all the services will have their birthday so they used a veteran's day the eleventh of November so the tenth to that. But the point was you know. Here's a marine that the Dow was working honestly wanted to have the marine birthday celebration proud of Viscera Jr. and so. That's that's what we did. The other is that Again following the lead that I had of of Getting you dirty I. I went out in Worked on the on the cars because the vehicles part of my responsibility. You'll appreciate this. I went out to the airplanes which are also part. Usa responsibility got a chance to to replace things a generator and realized how difficult it is to work on. An I'd worked on cars little bit before but there's not much room in her plane and it came out with busted knuckles and so and I'm sure that afterwards though the mechanics michener that I didn't screw it up but but but the point was there I am in coveralls seeing what they did again an idea of what the ask him. You know How how can we make things better? Do you have any ideas? Any thoughts and so forth then to get that direct feedback The same way I would in the Marine Corps to appeal of C What do you think of this idea? What do you have any thoughts hard? We can make this better to get that feedback and not that every idea is going to be a good one but but people appreciate being asked and tavern important so often I I realized that and with any kind of change we automatically get into the how. Here's what we're going to do and so forth and I read a great book not just pass on to heaven. Anyone called man's search for meaning by Viktor. Frankl this book. changed my life and. I wish that I'd read it Much much earlier but in it he makes the statement that if you can explain the why most people can live with the how. Yeah if you'RE GONNA explain the why was people can live without. But how often in the Marine Corps in USA all through my life you know the bosses The the the heavy say here. We're going to make a change in. Here's we're going to do without explaining the Y you know what? What is it that we're trying to accomplish? Show me the picture. It doesn't tell me the why of it. What is it GonNa look like you know? How are we going to do? And so forth. But D- automatically get into the how without your take nest of explaining. Why just never made sense to me so that I think it was one of the things that I kind of picked up from. The Marine Corps passed onto druther OFFICE. I've had an opportunity to lead so those are just some of the things that I did Again getting around to know the people and to establish you know the boss who sits in his office is is is making a terrible mistake because if he sits there waiting for people to come in and see him. Many people not do that. Right gotta go out to you. GotTa show that you're assessable that you're willing when I had the two offices and Sacramento and then it's in here in Tampa My wife and I go in on Saturday morning now when we started the extended hours and I walked ron and employs a state. What are you doing here Tom? There's another aspect. I wasn't general. Jody to them. I was Tom Because I didn't want my previous rank to somehow be a barrier in our relationship and our Communications so what? Are you doing Tom and I said well? I'm I'm here because you're here. What do you mean by that is all? You're giving up a Saturday morning. Are you working on Saturday morning because we need you? The least I can do is to show up and demonstrate by my presence that I appreciate what you're doing and it was like Holy Mackerel. You know what a strange notion that one of the people who are on charge of us This showing up to To show his appreciation. And you know that's an again people see what has kind of gimmicky thing and so forth. I don't think so again you can. You can send memos and e mails and so forth. I love you care about you and so forth. Nothing is a substitute for showing up a quick story High School Basketball Player. All American went to college is an all American. I mean just a phenomenal player. His mother attended every game that he played. His mother never saw a single game that he played why she was blind. Wow Gee what did you blind? What does that mean well? The important thing wasn't that she saw him who said he saw her every game up in the stands demonstrating by her presence that she cared. You know that that's not asking a lot of a leader that that you take time from your scheduled to to show up those things that are important to to employs a birthday anniversary. Whatever if you get an invitation to something as a as a leader go. I don't care what it is your the people you're privileged to lead. Thought enough of you to invite you then by. Golly you gotta go Is it just part of? I think demonstrating that that you give a damn bottom well We're getting close in the time for this episode We are going to continue this conversation about taking care of your own I wanted to get to your experience. as you've taken this concept into being a college teacher college professor but I think the interest just keeping them trying to keep these around fifteen minutes. We'll just do a continuation in in continued that this discussion onto the next episode. So thanks again. Sage in these two veterans are asking. Mike listen a veteran on the move. 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"oscar mike" Discussed on Veteran On the Move
"You know it's like okay? Well we've got to got to change the way we look at things because the commute around. That's what makes us happened and No we have all our partners museum we do have some great partners Ritz Carlton of course We Have Military Sealift Command. If you want to send guys out there We have your local. You know from day one. They've got restaurants here locally you know these type of Supporters I mean everything for pizza places to Asian places French fine dining Basically we just worked our butts off to make sure that people around this I want to be part of us. Not expecting them to and Treated them like you know they were part of us in that. That was a gift or opportunity for them though and So somebody's interested in the success program how to get a hold of your head of they get involved well known in website vets dot org or you know what. I recommend really is Just facebook find us on facebook bets to success on facebook Can't miss us. It's a cool logo. Looks almost like a military Chevron and then check it out on. Reveille meal you know what I ask everybody to do. Even if you don't and you're not interested in best test becoming part of it if you can spread that message you may be giving somebody else opportunity to be a part of and maybe save a life so go like the page. Go down to community click community. Invite your friend Apollo like it Because that's how we were able to make a difference in this world. I mean I can tell you we've had graduates of age. Sixty six years old who dot their lives were over And didn't have a career option and were thinking about taking their lives and they came through best success and now they're basically part time manager of a restaurant in loving their lives and able to pay rent and able to live their lives and excited about tomorrow again. we've had guys come through twenty four Who Dot was done? They were ready to sign off. And now this guy. He manages trucking company Because that's what he wanted to get back into You know this is you. You know this. This program is supposed to change the way you look at your life in giving you something to live for give you purpose again And teach you about your identity. So you know. That's if anything else if we saved one we've saved family from dealing what my family's gone through. Yeah it's it's awesome. You're doing great things Talk just a little bit. We're getting close univer time. You Run into nonprofit VESTA success you run on a for profit. Rivoli meals a little bit about the difference between really like just being in love with culinary and being a chef versus actually running the mechanics of the business. Wow you know. It's funny because it's so hard to put down knife sometime And let somebody else pick it up. And that's been my biggest my biggest hurdle. Because I'm so passionate about what I do. I love. I love experimenting and playing. And what I've done now. Just kind of sit moon side. My little playtime Where I cut cook and play the way I want to and You know I'm still part of the process in a lot of ways with with Because when it comes to the training and introduction then you know mind. Mapping Menus mapping opportunities But it's been really you've been a shoe transition because I'm so used to be into worker. I'm so used to being the person who gets done to the person on relying for somebody else to get it done. That is a that is a tough tough transition From a worker to I guess I'm GonNa call you but a leader Below trend found that I think a lot of struggle with that. Because we're getting their hands dirty and making things happen all the time we that. Let us to stay in an often a distance and watching things happen. Well you know it's funny is that we're used to working with our troops not watching our troops work And in the NCO. Course I mean that's what they teach you know you you don't you don't do anything that they couldn't do or they can't do And so does mindset. You know it's a great thing to a degree because you know. Sometimes I have to be in thirty other places than cutting carrots you know and I'm not crazy. I really Wanna cut those carriage though because I love it But it's it's been amazing journey I'm excited for what we're about to do. Were really you know my focus community impact through the nonprofits to impact the business It's going to be different model. You know a lot of company companies wants you to ship all over the United States. We're not going to go that route lease. That's not my goal I want to impact community input. Higher veteran drivers hire veterans at Coke's hired veterans and their spouses We're actually open up Bets Houston says POPs before South This year GRANDPA really seen that day. Too they go through transition and they need reintegration so Hopefully we'll be hiring revenue meal soon and You know that makes some difference in their lives as well. Because it's a dude. I you know I saw. My mom leaves the military. My Dad did. My mom lost all her friends. She lost all her. You know her sisters and you know people around her so you know it. It affects the family. Yeah so So Brian Did you guys ever experiment on the farming side together. Experience with the micro Greens grown your own micro. Greens that kind of thing. Yeah we actually were looking into micro green table on the actually was a big thing That we were going to get into on DNA chef Michael Greens or something. I use on a regular basis actually In blends I know blends and flavors and Pungency and Acidity and these types of things at certain breeds so We're definitely going to have that program coming back up And we're actually going to be more focused and That's dollar production microbiome production we did. We did tomatoes strawberries past years Just to see you know what the more so of what the community loved it. What they liked We did very well. Restaurants received the product very well And so we're hoping to jump back into the game with a small start up again To be able to continue to make revenue for the nonprofit as well as our our fears shelters insiders that we want to produce in the future. There's a guy here in Kansas City. We've been talking with He his companies biogen egg and has trailers or connex boxes different sizes totally self contained h VAC climate temperature controlled and in. He uses no soil and no late getting tied to an alcoholic for all our gross systems. I just think it's a better better way. No issue with permaculture is that we're running out of land in most of the I hate to say it like this lovely becoming contaminated or even stripped of all its natural material And so we've taken so much from the ground. We haven't been back that we have to get to let let it sit and we have to come up with new innovative approaches in order to not continue to hurt land. We love well. Hey Brown. We're about out of time If you if you're talking to the guys in the military by get out someone going through transition look into starting on profit looking to go into business for themselves. What kind of advice comes to mind? You know You know I would say you know who you are I You know. Make sure this is who you truly want to be A nonprofit Nobody in my organization not even myself from student paycheck two and a half years And so that's how long problems running And REVEILLE meals Very young business And it devotes I would say if I had an extra three days to add to I would be using it already. and You know it's gotta be it's gotTa be of purposeful mission and Do purpose or don't do it at all If it's a passion you know find purpose in the passion for you started Because it is it is life changing and be watching for a great thing or a bad thing awesome. We'll Hebron appreciate you sharing your very stories of your trials. Tribulations in success led the glad to see things are going great for you looking forward to your future success and thanks for coming on the show. Thanks for having me. I really appreciate the time. You Bet. These two veterans some asking a veteran on the move your pathfinder to freedom if you like the show. We were review. 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"oscar mike" Discussed on Veteran On the Move
"Not one not one a year later. They're all still there because they many of them went and looked to see what the prices were in new repress low or that they were I I sank we because we felt like my business and then once I did that I you know Kinda like modeled. The behavior then declined could do themselves and I say when you say that price that you're not comfortable with an insurgent cringe on outside I want you to look like the warrior. Oh Okay so you're actually working at the business on a regular basis Walking alongside of them like you said like almost like one of the employees were the one of the managers. Oh no not there like the day-to-day operations. I didn't do anything in the business. I was just coaching business. Owner several in order to to implement some of the Strip that must be in order to implement summer strategies and they needed to see what that it might look like. You know they couldn't just pick up the phone and say I need to do this because that was just so foreign. You know knows at asking them to do something that would totally solution is your business. Same time it was a tremendous risk if they lost these people like what would happen. That's interesting and and so talk a little bit about when you first get a new client. What what kind of structure? What kind of it means you don't have have like stretcher training programs but what kind of methodology do you use to get started into tap into that owners brain find out what's going on okay so when I get time now? They generally don't they. Don't come to take a coaching program. They don't show up like that they come with a I'm I'm I'm a certified divers business owner and I think you have the same thing going on in the states on with an organization in Canada called IWC WCTC and that means. I'm a veteran all business so I help people bid on tenders so business owner will come to me and be looking a bit on the tender you know federal government contract Clo a large contract and when I have a look I sat to have a look at what it isn't redoing the shah. Aw Load prices or it's me them initiates like you know that doesn't scrutiny as you've been on contract you WANNA be raising your prices. Did so then we'll go into a coaching change. How do I do can you? Can you show me how to do that. So it's never. Chris Shown Up to take coaching. It's showing up to do something. And then the fact that they need coaching presents itself. Yeah so it's it's more like consulting trying to solve a specific problem or fixes specific issue so now when when do you know like in the US. When you bid on government contracts you know the joke is always goes the lowest bidder and of course most mostly that's true How do you work with customers? Who are bidding on these government type contracts to raise their prices to a point where they might even raisin you actually get the contract well so two things first of all under the certified divers supplier program on meeting? My client is certified divers supplier so corporations have a certain amount of their spend designated to verse suppliers. So they're asking your suppliers bid on jobs and a lot of people don't know this so for example. I know that in the states you are way further hit when it comes announced diverse difficult conversation around diversity. Players in there are some companies that multibillion dollar companies that have a six six percent spin allocation for diversifies. So it's not as long as you can do the job. It isn't the lowest bidder. It said they must cost. They must like a company like FIA. Chrysler must hire diversified meet their mandate. So it's a different. It's a different kettle of fish than normal or standard contract federal coming for example. Yeah you know you you said Fiat Chrysler A lot of especially military folks we hear government contracts in government is government debt and oftentimes. I think we get this preconceived notion that it no can has to be like a government contract but there are large corporations who have to fall in line with this government profile government system of whether it be six percent set aside that kind of thing. Fia Chrysler is not a government government government government entity. But they have to get in line with those set aside requirements and stuff in order to do business with the government so you have a lot of big companies. He's that have the same concepts that the actual government contracts have oh have absolutely under accountable so in states you guys have something. Called the Veterans Round Table Menu over there yet disorder Soeder counterpart that that deals with them diversifier. So I'm new to the diverse supplier world. been doing it now a little under about a year and a half and I mentioned Fiat Chrysler because I just went to the automotive sector trade mission and I mean they are looking to buy everything imaginable from you know star from chips to pack the car parts to consulting services to train ranger leaders and they're especially interested in doing business with veteran owned businesses. They want us to step forward and stuff but many people are not. They don't have the confidence to step up and do they have confidence in their ability to build her widgets. I should get that job. It's so true exactly and I know a lot of a lot of guys are just like that and I'm even that way myself. Sometimes I in this we were. We were raised you know. Isn't that just raise. I think the military made us. You know it no took it away from Jerry Proud wet. I didn't military. We didn't need to Google market ourselves as individuals right feels adults very foreign. Yeah feels uncomfortable. It's kind of that self promotion thing so the first few times the big contracts and that whole thing goes out the window right. Success goes a long ways. Well he debbie you force it. We're getting close to time. I do I give you the last word so if if somebody's interested in checking out your services with people can Dan. How did they find you? Two things first of all my website. WWW dot people can dot ca and you can read all about mid air. But I will club up coming up in January for anybody WHO's interested in money mindset and it is Napoleon Hill singin grew rich six weeks long learn from home on this San Zoom platforms. And I have five guest presenters. Set it in a just kick the Heck Amari mindset in in what. What exactly is at something in this American sign up for oh absolutely in What have I send mutilating can? Then you can have okay okay. We can put it in the show notes and then if if somebody doesn't see the show not can they've get to that off of your website. Yes okay and that's basically like a six week course where you talk about Napoleon meals. They can grow rich book. Yeah well You know it's a workshop. I Colored Workshop Brooklyn so which is a book and I do this every January. It's the six six time I've done it and I bring in five people who are successful in business. Every time. Napoleon hill talks about something they expand on in. WHOA that's cool and it's all done on? Zoom Zoom Yeah. That's awesome. I love that concept is really cool. Check it out. Debbie will awesome. I appreciate you being here and sharing your success story. You know we look forward to your future. Success appreciate appreciate it as well. Listen vetted on the move your pathfinder to freedom if you like the show we review and I tunes reviews are always greatly appreciated so until next time. This veteran is Oscar Mike..
"oscar mike" Discussed on Veteran On the Move
"At the beginning stage of this but yet you you obviously have the confidence in the wherewithal. In the knowledge. Experience is to know that this is going to work for you. Yeah I wanted don it. If I didn't think I could do you know now a matter of just making it happen. Ah Ah smersh and and doing that. So if you thought about offering up your services for free to get a couple of your belt or heavy discount account or something like that to be definitely just just to get out there you know the different theories see. The different dynamics dynamics work the hotel as far as public speaking. And I'm probably going to do this little bit. Is The toastmasters tell you guys about that. I've heard great things about those Mr. I've heard great things too. I know people have gone through. They said it was kind of transformational. It's uncomfortable at first but once you get the hang of it. You're he's after after that you're on it and it's everywhere like no matter where you are in the US or even around the world it's a world organization in the real re club or the Columbus clever whatever but yet the whole emphasis is turning you integrate speaker and even like an impromptu speaker like they just call on you during lunch at an awareness airy stand Do speech now and they actually have a structured training programme in you actually get checked off and certifications and so it's a phenomenal things about toastmasters. been around forever yes as chapter everywhere. Yeah so we're GONNA save our time so dug a doing get you give you the last word if somebody's interested in reaching out to you or chicken anchor strategies. How would they go about doing well? My websites anchor strategies. LLC DOT COM. That's mainly what I'm doing. If they want to link up with me if they have questions they want to start launch off from there just hit me up on lengthened. That's usually the a spot guys getting out and they're transitioning if they have questions they hit me up on there and I'll try to help point them to resources. Okay okay. That sounds great. And since you've done transition many times if you're talking to somebody that's in the military going through transition right now. They're looking into starting a business advice. Would you have form first off research. Everything WanNa do. Make sure all your paperwork when you leave the military. You don't want any distractions so if you donate paper. Work through the Veterans Administration make sure oil all your separation paperwork done. You WanNa try to have all that behind you. Now you're GONNA have to deal with that a little bit when you get out like restaurant the VA in each should be able to do that when you're on terminal normally but definitely you WanNa have all your stuff done priory transition so it doesn't get away the other thing and I've been kind of bad at this at different points. This is going to be pretty stressful. I highly recommend everyone in the military yet physical standards. I don't care if you're just taking a walk every morning you've got to get out in exercise because it will take toll on you. Seen a lot of guys that are retired and they were studs and they got out and their health went south really quick like Also medications a lot of things. Were happening joining me. Veteran suicide rate. We have now the biggest thing is. You don't think it's a weakness to reach out talk to people. I reach out talk people all the time. The only Dan I call buddies had people calling me for advice. It doesn't hurt to help people in doesn't hurt reach out. That's awesome awesome. Great Advice Reagan in in in so true. I think I'd just called you rick. I'm sorry mark. I had a great meeting with a gain Army Guy Name Rick last night I was when you were saying that I was thinking about some of apologize. But I'm not even edit that out. I'm going to show that I do make mistakes but so hey doug that's phenomenal advice Because we were actually talking about that last night we were like do. Sometimes you just need to call a like minded veteran. Even if you didn't serve with a veteran but you know like sometimes they might have been been a different service in sometimes. You just need to chat with him and run. Something passed him in. They validate what you're feeling in which you're thinking and you're I am. I feel so much better now you know and so just reaching out to people and talking with them and we were talking about that specific thing last night which is why I was thinking of Rick and I think some of US forget we. We don't realize it's happening. We forget that we've lost touch with our people our tribe. You know when we were in the military and even guys we knew really well in the military. We never talk to him again. You know so be the one that reaches out because you know if you're feeling that way you know somebody else's feeling that way too so by all means it was great advice. Just reach out. Get on the phone with them or better yet. If you can meet in person sometime seem better so keeps you grounded. Yeah he knows. Actually yeah tonight bringing up. You know I've thought about maybe doing something linked in Tampa where you know like the Lincoln Locals Jersey that do something like that because a lot of guys can be separated in an put out a thing say not reach out to macdill rejected National Guard guys here in bringing you guys is looking for in those type things. When that's the other thing Lincoln when they have Lynton live events or does like Lincoln local? If you see that go absolutely. You never know who you're GONNA meet. Yeah go into it with no expectations. Just go into with the expectation of. I'm just going to be people because it became very obvious as guilty. Not this most chat with these guys last night because they were introducing me to people in the veteran entrepreneurial seen in Kansas City. And I'm taking. I know everybody in the veterans. nope I don't I mean there is like five eight names that of phenomenal people that I really need to meet that our veterans in in the entrepreneurial seen very successful people never heard her name before. And so don't think that your network where you're at right now is big enough your networks never big enough in people have a false. It like like a false sense of reality of how big the world really is. And you've got to expand your network especially if you're transitioning and you're trying to drum up new business exactly. I dug Bagwell. I think we're done so awesome interview in normally. I say like these. Two Marines are Oscar. My these veterans like I can't believe he had four services covered man. That's phenomenal so I'll just see these. Two veterans aroused Mike. And we'll be right that you take care take care we're out. Uh listen a veteran on the move your pathfinder to freedom if you like to show review and I tunes reviews. You're always greatly appreciated. Appreciate it so until next time. This veteran is Oscar Mike..
"oscar mike" Discussed on Veteran On the Move
"And Ended up in a linebacker because in those days you played offense and defense and as kind of discouraged when when the scat backs so weighed more than I did. And I'm the guy who has to go on takeout. These huge guns with a running play but anyway I played until shoulder got ripped out in that ended my my football playing days but then the other questions were were good like What do I think I would have done had The general not showed up in my days as the Marine Corps would've ended and that's a good question and I said Gee you know part of it. was you know the shame of coming back to Kankakee to my hometown. Saying Gee I failed but you know what do I do. Then I said you know probably have become a teacher because that is always a appeal to me and I think there's Every officer I think Good officers are no our our teachers at heart and You know the relationship with what they're juniors says. General Luzern says is You know teacher to scholar and in many ways like father to son so but And then all of the questions of other challenges that that I've I've had An holly face him in in Again Doctor Dodge none of them because Good good questions and this is their chance to take advantage of a of an old great beer. WHO had come back to share a few thoughts with them did you did you keep them? Captivated worried you have heads nodding and do they seem disinterested the principal said that You could have heard a pin drop at various points. No that could have been because they were sound asleep. I'll probably now but I think especially the the Vietnam stuff. They don't hear that very often and I don't mentioned it very often but it was. I thought a good example of what happens You know sometimes when you're literally under fire and the decisions that you make and they're not always the the ones that some people see as a as the correct ones that some people see us failures fascinating general if you had to sum up what it was like to go back to your hometown. High school that she graduated from after lifetime after several careers. Actually what comes to mind and what was it a overall what was the experience like. Uh what was it. Tremendous feeling of Of welcoming. I mean to go back to where I grew up My sister still lives there. I have a niece and nephews. Fused are still in the area friends. Some classmates showed up at the award event that evening so that was fun except I couldn't tell anything anything but the truth since they were fellow co conspirators. For a lot of things that we're involved in but I think the statute of limitations has run out on but it was great to come back but along with it Came this this tremendous feeling of a blessing of the opportunity that I had as a as a young man. My Dad was a German emigrant plumber. Steve Fitter with only an eighth grade education My mother was the daughter of Irish immigrants and to have this opportunity opportunity to To go the Naval Academy and then become an officer Marines. Serve My country for over thirty years into lead Marines and combat. You know to have a family family. That is wonderful as mine. got is Is I said. I'm just the luckiest guy in the world and I still really feel that way as standing I'd say each episode. Two's arap so join US next Wednesday for episode three with Brigadier General Andrew. John Giradi also known as sage right. We're out we listen a veteran on the move. Your Pathfinder to Frieda data if you like the show review and I tunes reviews are always greatly appreciated so until next time. This veteran is Oscar Mike..
"oscar mike" Discussed on Veteran On the Move
"It we're back talking with the navy veteran while Disney while you, you to talk about. You got your masters in hit become an therapist in early on you started. You had not only had help from the VA in the beginning. But you're, you're highly recommending those veterans in need, you know, don't don't count, the VA yet out completely at this point, although they do kind of a bad rap from time to time. So in your experience, dealing a lot with with veterans in, in veteran, PTSD, what kind of experiences have you had in helping helping goes through those problems in anything stand out. Yeah. Number one. I told God two things in my life. Do one is that I wouldn't marry a Filipina because I deployed to the Philippines, if you looked my Facebook page I got lucky. And the other is I didn't want to be pigeonholed as a veteran therapist because I was veteran but I realize now that, that I was made. Right. But I'm not the only part of the solution. That is a huge huge factor. Nobody is the savior or a savior, people need to take responsibility for their journey the crap that they had to go through is not their fault, but it is their responsibility, and as patriots in his man, we reject apathy in except responsibility, and the other thing is that there are themes, two stories it might not have the same color. Your story might not have the same color, but it may be the key to unlocking somebody else's. Prison because what I found universally is we're not alone in this, the challenges that we have, we're not alone. We're not the only one and that's a lie. That, that really prompts us into isolation when people are dealing with mental health. I'm the only one that's struggling onto my platoon or Meyer wing or whatever it may be. And it's that's not it. There's beautiful groups out there that are getting to create good community, and it's not just loud, country music in one dollar. Well drinks. Okay. That's not that, that can be fun. And there's good parts about that. But that is not good trajectory down the road to really being what we were made to be so really getting into community that can be open and honest, and transparent, the kind of guys that you can send up. Signal and say you know what? I'm not Oskar Mike. I'm I'm dead in the water and I need somebody to, to kinda told me along, give me a little buoy. So I can get some air and very, very important that, that is one of the biggest thing is we always have the choice, the choice to continue and get in community, and then the final see that I always share with the guys I work with is contribute. You have something to contribute. I've been reviewing your podcast and just impressed and delighted at seeing like Frank. Tom and, and Murphy and Billy Vaughan and, you know, the things that they're doing to contribute to the society, people talk about the greatest generation, I think we have the opportunity to create a current greatest generation, there's a lot of talk about making America great again. And when all else fails, Joe society will turn to their warriors, they always have to make things. Good again. And everybody has something to contribute. It doesn't matter how big or small, it is. For example, you don't have to hit it out of the oracle the time, like France along that guy's just impressive. I mean just impresses, right. And and seems kind and good. Gosh, we need more of that in this world. But I gotta tell you, I did construction for a while. And I found a lot of pride in that quite honestly, because our homes are one of our safe places. And I gotta tell you what would the world be like, if we didn't have plumbers? Absolutely. And so you know what if you're calling if you got skills to do that? My gosh. Do it do it with all your heart as if to a greater good, because that's what's needed. That's what's going to make America. Good again. And we need community. We need people who can like my wife is awesome. You talk about an opportunity to do books and things like that. That is my wife's gifting and I would be a sloppy mess with without her gifts and talents in that area. And that's an example of how we need to live in community. Just did you know. Yeah. So is that an original Clute, people need to take responsibility for their journey? That's awesome. I love that. So I actually there's a gentleman by the name of Johnny Neel. He works for a three letter organization that helps veterans in, I don't wanna be particular about any one of them, but he works in outreach. And. And he said, you know, people need to take responsibility for their recovery. And as a therapist that fits into right? A right into all the psychobabble allege that we talk about, you know, there's a joke about how many therapists does it take to change a light bulb only one but it's got a one a change. Right. Yeah. This is the same thing. You've got to take responsibility in in. I love. Poop. Metaphors. They're, they're just fan. I've got somebody poop stories it's just will do that off the air sometime I could live in metaphors in analogies all the time. I could I could migrate assed hero did all the time. So, and my second favourite, which was ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Did it all the time too? So here's the thing. Nobody can poop for you. Nobody can. And so you got some crap to pass and you gotta pass it out there might be somebody to show you where the stall is the toilet paper or even a baby wipe if it's a really good friend. Right. But nobody crap for you. And that's that's gotta that's got to be the case because, you know. Admiral mcraven, who's at seal team three. At one point when I was there, I think, if my memory serves me, correct. It's not as good as it used to be has a book out there. And he's like, never ring the bell. Never quit when you're down starts singing. Right. It's, it's that kind of thing you gotta have some people around. You are singing, singing, your praises that something we really shy away from. We get a lot of, you know, Atta boys, or just kinda something from the toilet stall sometimes in the military, but quite honestly, we need somebody on us. Hey, you're good. At that. Hey, you've got a acumen for that. Hey, I can see you doing this. You know. That's what got me into therapy as I Fred said. Hey, will you need to go back and get your masters and a couple of people? Tell me. Yeah. I could see you doing that. And my wife saying you're going to do what? You know, we need to have people pick us up because nobody can cramp worse in. We have to have the courage to go on oftentimes like you dealing with veterans and Llosa deal with first responders, what you're saying. When you when you first meet with somebody are you trying to figure out if they're ready to take responsibility for their journey in on day one or, and then try to get him to that point? And then once they cross over, then it becomes easy, and downhill from there. So Joe, I like to say that life is like a tractor pull. Have you ever been to a tractor bull? Yes. I actually have the further down the track you go the heavier, the way becomes, so it's never Townhill from there at any point. I mean, life suggestions, we always live in gravity, and thank God because otherwise we'd be floating in space, right? So there are men as therapists, there's many things I'm paying attention to all therapies are, and there's points, there are points, where people are going to be willing to move into things, and there's points, where people are going to be scared spiritless to move into that. So you take you take an assessment at the real question is are they ready willing and able, and depending on the theory and the modality, there's one theory about motivational interviewing talking about addictions in and there's five different stage. And they say it takes about five years to move through those stages from pre contemplative to a contemplative to planning to execution to maintenance, and you're looking all the time, you know, I know I know so many warriors that will rush into battle, but have an open honest, relational conversation with their spouse or partner loved one is, is scary as hell and, you know, so you're going to get people that are comfortable moving one way. But maybe not into another direction, one of the things that I love is a, I have a modality called EM arts stands for I movement to desensitization reprocessing. It's so good that Colonel Grossman in his book on combat mentions. It that in cognitive behavioral therapy are the two main modality for, for approaching trauma, so with are. Beautiful things is you don't have to go in and and, and pick out the guts. Do remember, Star Trek bones, the doctor he had a device in it. Like. And, and he could like not only diagnose, but also fix things with that device, without penetrating, a bought the excisions in surgery and stuff like that. So I would say EM DR is kind of like that. It's not as magical in obviously it's not absolutely accurate. But there's even a way to approach persons of urge to avoid and you can go, what's your urge to avoid there's or to ten and they go tent? I don't even wanna go close. I want to just pay attention to that urge to avoid we do bilateral stimulation, that's for the eye movement comes in. And it can actually diminish a person's urge to avoid, and they're like, okay, I'm ready to go into the fire. Okay. You've got trust in this. Let's go into the fire. I want you to hold it out there like a movie on. What you to relive it. And then. Instigate the bilateral movement. Our bilateral stimulation and I've seen it do just incredible things especially around trauma. That's how up with Vietnam veterans. So now, do you think it helps in in which you do dealing, especially with veterans in, in all all the first responders? Do you think it helps? You have ensure it helps credibility was that you're not only in the navy, but in ABC for twelve thirteen years, do you ever find yourself thinking oh since I was you know, since I was a navy seal. I'm going to be better at this dealing with this guy because I can relate or how much what you thoughts on the so I try to never go into a situation, knowing or believing that I know it in. No at all. That's, that's number one. I let my clients make that decision. This is. The, the beauty of providence. So when I was in the teams I was also went through sniper program. So I was a sniper, but I was also a medic talk about duality of man writes kill him save Kilim savoring. And then got paramedic train into because that's what they did to try to give us something if we ever moved outward into the civilian sector, so I was ac- you'll sniper a medic a paramedic. And when I deal with people that are doing this. They're like, oh, yeah. We had this situation with a life pack and identity eight this person because of my familiarity there. I know what he's talking about. It's kinda like acronyms in the military in the military. You know what I mean? You sign off as Oscar Mike. Well, military guys know what that means, but civilian people don't you know, and so somebody who hasn't been in. That situation might go. Hey, what's Oscar Mike? Meet means among the move a moving. Right. Seal. Seal team guys. We're just we don't go Oskar Mike we go moving. Mobile and sorry, little humor passed over so but because I have kind of the familiarity in the vernacular, the guy, I'm a recovering cuss a holic. So when I cuss a quote, somebody, but I've had people say I know you've been through the shit. So when I talk about this shit, you know what I'm talking about. And so it does help but I also want to warn people that doesn't have to happen. You can the people that are in mental health are there because they were made for it, and they've been put through gauntlet really and they want to help..
"oscar mike" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"It every time? Does it every single time? What a great movie to bohemian rhapsody wonder, if it's gonna take take it'll take the Oscar, Mike. Yeah. Yeah. I think so too coming up, and let me give you the rundown of my and Georgia's schedule over the next couple of months in two short weeks, Georgia, and I will be at the conscious life expo right here in Los Angeles, California. It is at the L A X Hilton that is February twenty-second through the twenty fifth today's February tenth all right now on Friday. I'll be there hosting the ancient alien panel celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of cherries of the gods. And I'll be doing that with Eric von Daniken that'll be Friday night, Saturday night on the twenty-third, George will be hosting the cosmic questions form. Of course. I'll be there for that. And later on. On Saturday night will be the speaker reception and meet and greet award ceremony. So come and hang out with this. That's February twenty-second through the twenty fifth tickets and info are over in the events section at coast to coast, AM dot com. And then right after that coming up Saturday March twenty third it's George Noory live at the historic Everett theater up in Everett, Washington. That's almost sold out. Tickets are very limited for that. And you've got to go and check that out though, head to the events section because the guest this time around Peter Davenport, Johnny Daniel Brinkley, and John Hoge. And of course, there's going to be a live band, and you get to hang out and a meet and greet after the show and then coming up it is George Noory live kicking it in Columbus at the Lincoln theater in Columbus, Ohio, and that is Saturday may eleventh two thousand nineteen and that's with Marianne when Klaus sqi Rosemary Ellen. Kylie Stanton Friedman and special mother's day tribute live band, audience participation, of course, that famous George Noory meet and greet after the show. Just go to the event section at coast to coast, AM dot com Isaac Arthur is our guest, we're discussing everything ET and interstellar, and we were finishing up with dark energy. I'm gonna get into faster than light communication, and we've got to discuss the Cardi sheds scale and take some of your phone calls. All of that is next. This is coast to coast AM. We'll be right back..
"oscar mike" Discussed on KGO 810
"Church. That song gist. Does it every time? Does it every single time? What a great movie to bohemian rhapsody wonder, if it's going take take it'll take the Oscar, Mike. Yeah. Yeah. I think so too coming up, and let me give you the rundown of my and Georges schedule over the next couple of months in two short weeks, George, and I will be at the conscious life expo right here in Los Angeles, California. It is at the L A X Hilton that is February twenty-second through the twenty fifth today's February tenth all right now on Friday. I'll be there hosting the ancient aliens panel celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of chariots of the gods. And I'll be doing that with Eric von Daniken that'll be Friday night Saturday night on the twenty third George will be hosting the cosmic questions form. Of course. I'll be there for that. And later on. On Saturday night will be the speaker reception and meet and greet award ceremony. So come and hang out with this. That's February twenty-second through the twenty fifth tickets and info are over in the events section at coast to coast, AM dot com. And then right after that coming up Saturday March twenty third it's George Noory live at the historic Everett theater up in Everett, Washington. That's almost sold out. Tickets are very limited for that. And you've got to go and check that out though, head to the event section because the guest this time around Peter Davenport, Johnny dean, Danny and Brinkley and John Hoge. And of course, there's going to be at a live band, and you get to hang out and a meet and greet after the show and then coming up it is George Noory live kicking it in Columbus at the Lincoln theater in Columbus, Ohio, and that is Saturday may eleventh two thousand nineteen and that's with Marianne when Klaus sqi Rosemary Ellen. Kiley Stanton Friedman and special mother's day tribute live band, audience participation, of course, that famous George Noory meet and greet after the show. Just go to the events section at coast to coast, AM dot com Isaac Arthur is our guest, we're discussing everything ET and interstellar, and we were finishing up with dark energy. I'm going to get into faster than light communication, and we've got a discuss the Carter sheds scale and take some of your phone calls. All of that is next. This is coast to coast AM. We'll be right back..
"oscar mike" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Jimmy church. That song gist. Does it every time? Does it every single time? What a great movie to bohemian rhapsody wonder if it's going to take. I think it'll take the Oscar, Mike. Yeah. Yeah. I think so too coming up, and let me give you the rundown of my and Georges schedule over the next couple of months in two short weeks, Georgia, and I will be at the conscious life expo right here in Los Angeles. California is at the L A X Hilton that is February twenty-second through the twenty fifth today's February tenth all right now on Friday, I'll be there hosting the ancient aliens panel celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of cherries of the gods. And I'll be doing that with Eric von Daniken that'll be Friday night, Saturday night on the twenty-third, George will be hosting the cosmic questions form. Of course, I'll be there for that. And later on on Saturday night will be the speaker reception and meet and greet award ceremony. So come in hang out with this. That's February twenty-second through the twenty fifth tickets and info. Oh are over in the events section at coast to coast, AM dot com. And then right after that coming up Saturday March twenty third it's George Noory live at the historic Everett theater up in Everett, Washington. That's almost sold out. Tickets are very limited for that. And you've got to go and check that out though, head to the event section because the guest this time around Peter Davenport, Johnny Danny and Brinkley and John Hoge. And of course, there's going to be at a live band, and you get to hang out and a meet and greet after the show and then coming up it is George Noory live kicking it in Columbus at the Lincoln theater in Columbus, Ohio, and that is Saturday may eleventh two thousand nineteen and that's with Marianne when Klaus sqi Rosemary, Ellen guy Lee Stanton Friedman and special mother's day tribute live band, audience participation, of course, that famous George Noory meet and greet after the show. Just go. The events section at coast to coast, AM dot com Isaac Arthur is our guest, we're discussing everything ET and interstellar, and we were finishing up with dark energy. I'm gonna get into faster than light communication, and we've got to discuss the Cardi sheds scale and take some of your phone calls. All of that is next. This is coast to coast AM. We'll be right back..
"oscar mike" Discussed on The Business Builders Show with Marty Wolff
"But with a very similar mission. There's tons of five oh one C threes out. They're the ones that help our military community, which is great. But sometimes you have to find the one to work for you. And I okay, let me interrupt you. So say those to a slower tell us those two organizations, you just mentioned operation enduring warrior Eka finding them at enduring warrior dot org or Oscar Mike like the name Oscar in the name, Mike, right Askar, Mike dot org. Both around social media, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, all that stuff. Right. I'm check them. All I am huge advocate for these organizations. You're deeply involved in the puzzle organizations. Go ahead, finish your thoughts. L? Anyway, joining these organizations gave me a purpose once again getting out there and now as well being a part of a team once again too. So what happened with this is I started it wasn't about me anymore. It wasn't about Joe anymore. Once again, just like an Iraq. It was about us about us. Yes. And I think that's the biggest issue some of our people in our military struggle with win. They take that uniform off is they they they lose a part of themselves. And I think what ties in with that is being physically active once again laying on door, and I'm saying that from my experience. Yeah. Yeah. So putting putting a uniform back on because we wear uniforms and operation enduring warrior. We're all veterans or law enforcement, we help law enforcement as well in these organizations and getting out there with emission being a part of a team once again and pushing through reaching goals together. So now, I'm a mentor. I'm one just like an NCO mentoring guys. Great. And this is what I want to give out to our military community out. There is understand that we're gonna take this uniform off someday ours already off. Now, we must understand we will talk about push actress post traumatic stress post them extract every time somebody sat it's supposed to Matic stress. I personally believe don't push real. And I'm not an eye on that. But I personally believe. One of the biggest struggles we have is when we were taken out of that culture in. It's all we know that adult because most of us joining as soon as we come and dolts, right? How do we fill those voids wants hand finding new purpose develop a new passion and be a part of something bigger than yourself. Okay. Three ps. I call purpose passion, part of something examples my purpose. Now, I'm a public speaker and a mentoring these wounded veterans. My passion is fitness. Some. We talked fitness helped me mentally so much led me into a path that I never thought it'd be doing now being a part of something bigger than myself these organizations, how do we find those change that? Shitty attitude, and I don't mean to curse guys, but you got to change that shitty. Attitude is dysfunctional veteran. All that noise. Get rid of it step out of your comfort zone because it's not gonna fall in your lap. You have to find what works for you as separate your comfort zone and stop being Rico from Napoleon dynamite. You guys know what I'm talking about? See the movie don't live in the past basically. And it's yourself responsibility. To step out of your to find that happiness for yourself..
"oscar mike" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Wheelchair games and i enrolled myself in school all within a matter of two months after getting back all of that stuff happened so that you know it's just a testament to that one moment in time changed my whole trajectory and you know and eventually i wanted it to be able to offer that same experience other people well i think it's some of the pearls of wisdom you're giving us here is the power of family right mom helps you get through the end of it without saying words in some regards because you didn't want to make her life any worse you end up friend who for two years didn't give up trying to motivate you to go out to adaptive skiing and that perla wisdom is those of us out there talking to people shouldn't give up don't want them say no once here this guy had to stay on you for two years and the third pearl wisdom years there's something to be said for getting back in the game and the adrenaline that comes from it to make you feel that you're living life again isn't there yeah you know you can't always day in your comfort zone especially not if you ever want to improve situation or excel life in anything he really got a three or something in lion's den once in a while because you know it's much like getting in a fight in school when your kid it teaches you a lot about yourself not your capability of fighting our survival but how you handle those those moments the pressure in one of the things you found out at the adaptive sports games and the national veterans wheelchair games what was that a lot of the guys could or couldn't come back the next time around if they didn't have the right financing and and that moved you into the foundation and the company called oscar mike tell us that story yeah well shortly after that event i went to the national veteran wheelchair games and you know i think i had gotten sponsored to my first to events and you know you realize then that and they tell you it ahead of time that usually your first year it's a little bit easier to find whether you know a nonprofit organization to support you in that first event but after that you gotta figure it out on your own and if you're a higher level cadre pelagic or or somebody that needs assistance you have to get airfare to the event you have to get a hotel room for a week you have to double up all that if you're bringing a caregiver and you normally have to pay for that person's food and all their expenses for the week too so you know you multiply everything that you gotta go through times too if you need support and you can find out real quick that though that that's just isn't an option for most people and then you're left thinking as anybody would there well adapted sports obviously saves people's lives there's at the wheelchair games they've probably take hundred individual accounts of that happening and and then you also quickly find out that money is a barrier eventually for who knows how many people that don't get to experience that because of that so you know very ignorantly said i want to change that and we'll start a nonprofit and you know i went and i asked a buddy of mine that i went to high school with us and attorney to file the necessary paperwork for us and told me right then i came in either taking up to two years to get approved right now just to warn you that fine go ahead and file it we'll file for an llc a business right away and start getting the word out there we'll sell tshirts will start raising some money for apparel sales and by the time i'm that thing gets approved or we might have some traction and that's basically how the two different entities were born and the what's the purpose of.
"oscar mike" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"For military police ems and firemen whether they be active discharged or retired you can learn more about this by going to or calling larry at nine eight nine six five to six eight to three and get out and support this program now let's turn our attention to noah currier an oscar mike we want to welcome to veterans radio today know courier a former marine and noah welcome to veterans radio hey thanks for having me guys well we're glad to have you on to talk about your experiences as well as getting around to talking about oscar mike both a foundation and apparel company that you founded to support the foundation but before we get to that let's let's back up how how nice boy like you from illinois ended up in the marines well you could eat blame it on one of two things either watching full metal jacket way too many times or the fact that my father had served in the marine corps in the early seventies right at the end of vietnam in this was a direction that you were sure you were heading to when you were in high school tell us how you how'd you joined up well yeah i mean i think i it was it was a lot earlier than that in life that i knew that i like paint the eagle globe and anchor and art classes and you know dating back to elementary school i think and you know it was just something i always wanted to do because for some reason i thought that crawling through mud in the jungle looked really cool i've been getting to do any of that because he spent most of the time in either desert or mountains by either way it was what i wanted and yeah it will join when i was seventeen i signed up for the delayed entry program and you know that was supposed to be a twelve month bang and then i think i was supposed to leave in october or november after i graduated high school but ended up getting a little bit of trouble i got fight and i had to leave a few months earlier than expected which put the end the unit that i was in because of the timing and i think everything ended up happening for a reason and i got the beat surrounded by what i would consider some of the greatest guys on the planet when i was in my unit and i fight armored reconnaissance talion kelly company yeah and joined during peak time i did not know if there was going to ever be a war as a matter of fact i was seventeen and my mom was banning the paperwork for me for the delayed entry program my recruiter at the time i was the first guy that he was recruiting and he was at my house and i had them flipped to infantry and recon and the in the big book that he brought up all the different jobs or molasses and my mom said told him to hold on fm if i joined one of those fields if he could guarantee that i'd never have to go to war if there ever was one and i remember his reply was man we haven't been to war in about ten years i don't think that's going to be a problem now can never guarantee that they'll be the back part of that statement was right he shouldn't have guaranteed anything let's put the timing on this you joined up in two thousand yeah left and ended up in a unit that became deployed to afghanistan following the tax september eleventh yeah we didn't really do anything for aghanistan there were too early on and we really did offloaded equipment and to pakistan and i think some tomboy security there but i wasn't really a part of any significant operation there we just spent a lot of time sitting off the coast waiting for orders and we never got them on the planet so what we called it operation enduring boredom on the ship he's marine bat around waiting for the orders that never came through and we were gone for almost a year on that deployment and came home for a couple of months and caffeine right back over and this time was i think the.
"oscar mike" Discussed on Daily Racing Form
"This is the diarra layers podcast hello and welcome to the thursday june eighth addition of the d r of players podcast show two four five on your host peter thomas foreigners out back with you in the brooklyn bunker alongside mugs the handicapping labrador we are joined as usual back where he belongs on planet texas by jonathan kitchen the people's champion jonathan how are you today not only a mild plant directors i'm on planet interstate thirty five for anyone who's our bid to offer them is driven through our driven through austin as had the feel the wrath of the interstate thirty five traffic so i'll be station area before the time we get the handicapping but for now all i'll have to do it mobile leaf from uh the worst highway in the state of texas g k is oscar mike at the moment but heading towards his own handicapping bunker that'll be okay we we take our we take our listener comments seriously we've had some request to try to uh a professional up the sound we've had a couple of issues the last few weeks with me sitting in the car the the other week now we have jk in the carpet but by ten minutes if it should be fine i've upgraded to my my old favorite microphone hoping that helps a little bit as well thanks to everybody who sent in questions we have a lot of them were going to get to a couple of those to start the show.