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"pegasus bridge" Discussed on The Art of Manliness

The Art of Manliness

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"pegasus bridge" Discussed on The Art of Manliness

"Ration- worked will though it was very by Celtic analog is lost that luster lines women. You see a lot of improvisation going on Lillyman dropped he's far away. He's had a look around is like working, I put this thing and he had decided the decide on the fly. All I can put it in this I guess, as a church tower ended up putting it in. Yeah. TM what's interesting about Lillyman was that he that was his first comeback. And that most of the guys in the hundred and fifth Ebel had never seen back before the eighty second handle. Was it was a veteran unit at it'd been tested already, but the vast majority of Americans and in fact, Canadians, all of the Canadians at noticing combat before. So in two out of three Americans on on d day at. Never had a gunfight at the mananger so they really were being tested in the most extreme circumstances for the very first time. So another individual you followed in these this very early part of the invasion was Major John Howard. He was a British army officer tells about his role in the invasion, John, how it was the commander of the oxen bucks. They were an elite unit, and they were tasked with seizing, two critical bridges that have to be held to encase the Germans counterattacked, and those with britches one was code Pegasus bridge across the canal, and there was another bridge nearby across the Owen river, and they landed in three gliders gliders made from wood, canvas crash-landed, ninety miles per hour and amazingly, the lead pilot Nyquil, Jin Woolwich in Howard slider managed to put the nose down that glider crash landing at ninety miles per hour, only about fifty four yards from Pegasus bridge. They land. At twelve fifteen am and they had taken Pettus bridge by twelve twenty five just ten minutes. And then they sent out the first success signal of the day, which was a code through the code words ham Anjem ham for one breaks jam, for the other bridge about went out that signal was sent out twelve twenty five AM and was the first successful operation conflicted on d day in the first allied soldier. We believed to be killed on d day was guy who Lieutenant den brotherish, who was a very close friend of Major John Howard. Again, all of these guys seeing combat for the first time so you had this initial paratrooper invasion, part of the attack, but you also had the invasion coming from the sea, and you begin that part of the story with the US army eighth infantry regiment. I believe, and one of the divisions acting commanders was Theodore Roosevelt junior. Tell us about this teddy Roosevelt, son. Yeah. I mean, you know, you've got the you've got the most rugged Butch match president in US history. In his son is on a landing craft he banks to govern with the first wave and actually landed with the first way with the entry regimen of the fourth division at Utah. His fifty six years old. So he was the oldest general on d day in a bad hot out off rightous and huffed and puffed his way across Utah beach using a walking stick. So he was so well connected given his name in his heritage that basically the US army agreed, when he begged them to go with his men in the first way, but it was extraordinarily. I mean, he was in a tat that guy who was so old and, and so senior risk is life in the first way was, was amazing. Was he a career military officer? The SC was, yeah. Hate the he it's all the way through World War Two. He said actually seen action festival within. The big red one, they festive he'd been North Africa at foot in the society campaign with the big red one that was the first division and his son, actually on d day on June. The six hundred forty four you have Roosevelt's fifty six years old. He's got a son. He was also involved in the landings. And his son was with the big red one on Maha teach, so father and son by seeing action, but on sacra beaches on data. We're gonna take a break for words. More sponsors, turn your dream into reality with squarespace squarespace, makes it easier than ever to launch your passion project with you're looking to start a new business. Showcase your work published content sell products.

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"pegasus bridge" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

07:16 min | 2 years ago

"pegasus bridge" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Completed the ninth grade and only eighty two and a half percent have graduated from high school. That is a staggering number of people that have not. When we talk about the issues, we the history lesson of immigration that we just went over. And how we're doomed to repeat it. If we don't understand. If we aren't teaching our kids about the holocaust what our the greatest generation the World War Two generation. We're able to accomplish d day. I was in. I was in France. I went to Normandy in Luxembourg Belgium over the anniversary of d day last June. And as much as I am a a student of history. There was nothing like standing in those places. Utah beach Omaha beach point to hawk the Pegasus bridge going to these different places and meeting some of the men who fought there, and realizing that they were eighteen nineteen years old when they did it. And the struggle. That they had to endure and had it failed. What America would look like? That everybody east of the Mississippi would probably be speaking German and everybody west of the Mississippi would be speaking Japanese. That there is a necessity. Teaching not just what we've done, but why we've done it. The consequences of intervening or not intervening. Should we have intervened earlier, maybe Pearl Harbor doesn't happen? Those questions would Hitler's impact on the world had been diminished. Had we done some kind of a preemptive strike. But that's just one part of education. When you see a statistic where you're setting people up to fail. And it's a system where you are throwing billions of dollars at the problem with no accountability. Really? It makes me wonder what education is in America. Is it a business? Because if it is it's failing except the executives which would be the, you know, the teachers unions and the big organizations invested in education aren't going to lose their paycheck. And I'm I'm torn because when I go into high schools and speak with students, these are thoughtful people, they are not selfish mine numb idiots. They're portrayed to be sometimes. But we do them a huge disservice. We don't challenge kids nearly enough. We don't hold them accountable. We don't make them work hard. We we, you know, there was one teacher that was fired because school policy said the lowest grade, you can give us a fifty percent. So even if you don't turn in a piece of paper, you don't get zero. You still get fifty percent for not doing the work. Those are the things that concern me when I talk about education. But in the end whose fault is it it's yours, and it's mine. If my kids would have graduated from high school and couldn't read that's my fault. If I don't know that my children can't read when they are in the second grade third grade that they're not learning to read or they're at least not learning what they're being taught. That's on me. But the education system seems in my opinion seems to be failing because where we used to lead the world. We don't. We aren't challenging people were not making sure that we're creating critical thinkers that can read something convey, a message of what they've just read comprehend it, and repeat what they've just read. Instead, we make sure we're churning out. Good citizens. Well, good in the minds of the people that are doing the indoctrination. And I say this with all due respect to teachers because we all have teachers that influenced us, we all have somebody or people in our lives that we look back at it and say that person was a huge influence on me. I'm sure I've mentioned here on this show before our dean of students when I was in high school. I always thought hated my guts, I was a maniac of a kid. You know, I drove this guy crazy. Years after I was out of high school. I saw him at a high school football game. And he remembered not only me, but he remembered my younger brother's name my youngest brother's named who never even went to that school. My mother's name asked how we all were doing asked how my electoral career was going. He knew what I was doing for a living. And he's someone that's been a promoter of this radio career when it happened and has been a great support system to me. And I had I was under the assumption that he disliked me immensely. I was just a bad kid. He was trying to straighten out. This was one of the people instrumental in keeping me from going completely off the edge. His name is Bill jetties, and I'm in touch with him once in a while we keep in touch on Facebook. And there are literally thousands of kids that have the same stories about him and people like him in our schools that made impacts on us. So there I'm not I am not denigrating the service of. Teachers there are many many many great teachers in this country. The system has got issues. When you've got a national standard. It's one thing when you have a national way of of educating I want you to think of how is it possible that the same issues that an inner city kid from Brooklyn New York faces the same kid same issues as a kid in Butte, Montana. How does some kid from fountain? Colorado face the same challenges as a kid from a Clovis, New Mexico. It's different. And teachers should be able to educate students and not have to just be teaching them. The pass tests. One of the fun things. I've had the pleasure of doing over the last few years is making fun of because they deserve it. The assault on Christmas..

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"pegasus bridge" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

07:16 min | 2 years ago

"pegasus bridge" Discussed on WTVN

"Completed the ninth grade and only eighty two and a half percent have graduated from high school. That is a staggering number of people that have not. When we talk about the issues, we ju- the history lesson of immigration that we just went over. And how we're doomed to repeat it. If we don't understand. If we aren't teaching our kids about the holocaust, what are the greatest generation the World War Two generation. We're able to accomplish d day. I was in. I was in France. I went to Normandy in Luxembourg Belgium over the anniversary of d day last June. And as much as I am a a student of history. There was nothing like standing in those places. Utah beach Omaha beach point to hawk the Pegasus bridge going to these different places and meeting some of the men who fought there, and realizing that they were eighteen nineteen years old when they did it. And the struggle. That they had to endure and had it failed. What America would look like? That everybody east of the Mississippi would probably be speaking German and everybody west of the Mississippi would be speaking Japanese. That there is a necessity in teaching not just what we've done, but why we've done it. The consequences of intervening or not intervening. Should we have intervened earlier, maybe Pearl Harbor doesn't happen? Those questions would Hitler's impact on the world have been diminished. Had we done some kind of a preemptive strike. But that's just one part of education. When you see a statistic where you're setting people up to fail. And it's a system where you are throwing billions of dollars at the problem with no accountability. Really? It makes me wonder what education is in America. Is it a business? Because if it is it's failing except the executives which would be the, you know, the teachers unions and the big organizations invested in education aren't going to lose their paycheck. And I'm I'm torn because when I go into high schools and speak with students, these are thoughtful people, they are not selfish mine nam idiots, they're portrayed to be sometimes. But we do them a huge disservice. We don't challenge kids nearly enough. We don't hold them accountable. We don't make them work hard. We we, you know, there was one teacher that was fired because school policy said the lowest grade, you can give us a fifty percent. So even if you don't turn in a piece of paper, you don't get zero. You still get fifty percent for not doing the work. Those are the things that concern me when I talk about education. But in the end whose fault is it it's yours, and it's mine. If my kids would have graduated from high school and couldn't read that's my fault. If I don't know that my children can't read when they are in the second grade third grade that they're not learning to read or they're at least not learning what they're being taught. That's on me. But the education system seems in my opinion seems to be failing because where we used to lead the world. We don't. We aren't challenging people were not making sure that we're creating critical thinkers that can read something convey, a message of what they've just read comprehend it, and repeat what they've just read. Instead, we make sure we're churning out. Good citizens. Well, good in the minds of the people that are doing the indoctrination. And I say this with all due respect to teachers because we all have teachers that influenced us, we all have somebody or people in our lives that we look back at it and say that person was a huge influence on me. I'm sure I've mentioned here on this show before our dean of students when I was in high school. I always thought hated my guts, I was a maniac of a kid. You know, I was I drove this guy. Crazy. Years after I was out of high school. I saw him at a high school football game. And he remembered not only me, but he remembered my younger brother's name my youngest brother's name who never even went to that school. My mother's name asked how we all were doing asked how my electoral career was going. He knew what I was doing for a living. And he's someone that's been a promoter of this radio career when it happened and has been a great support system to me. And I had I was under the assumption that he just disliked me immensely. I was just a bad kid. He was trying to straighten out. This was one of the people instrumental in keeping me from going completely off the edge. His name is Bill gettys, and I'm in touch with him once in a while we keep in touch on Facebook. And there are literally thousands of kids that have the same stories about him and people like him at our schools that made impacts on us. So there I'm not I am not denigrating the service of. Teachers there are many many many great teachers in this country. The system has got issues. When you've got a national standard. It's one thing when you have a national way of of educating I want you to think of how is it possible that the same issues that an inner city kid from Brooklyn New York faces the same kid same issues as a kid in Butte, Montana. How does some kid from fountain? Colorado face the same challenges as a kid from a Clovis, New Mexico. It's different. And teachers should be able to educate students and not have to just be teaching them to pass tests. One of the fun things. I've had the pleasure of doing over the last few years is making fun of because they deserve it. The assault on Christmas..

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"pegasus bridge" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

07:15 min | 2 years ago

"pegasus bridge" Discussed on KTOK

"The ninth grade and only eighty two and a half percent have graduated from high school. That is a staggering number of people that have not. When we talk about the issues, we I the history lesson of immigration that we just went over. And how we're doomed to repeat it. If we don't understand. If we aren't teaching our kids about the holocaust what our the greatest generation the World War Two generation were able to accomplish d day. I was in. I was in France. I went to Normandy in Luxembourg Belgium over the anniversary of d day last June. And as much as I am a student of history. There was nothing like standing in those places. Utah beach Omaha beach point to hawk the Pegasus bridge going to these different places and meeting some of the men who fought there, and realizing that they were eighteen nineteen years old when they did it. And the struggle. That they had to endure and had it failed. What America would look like? That everybody east of the Mississippi would probably be speaking German and everybody west of the Mississippi would be speaking Japanese. That there is a necessity. In teaching not just what we've done, but why we've done it. The consequences of intervening or not intervening. Should we have intervened earlier, maybe Pearl Harbor doesn't happen? Those questions would Hitler's impact on the world had been diminished. Had we done some kind of a preemptive strike. But that's just one part of education. When you see a statistic where you're setting people up to fail. And it's a system where you are throwing billions of dollars at the problem with no accountability. Really? It makes me wonder what education is in America. Is it a business? Because if it is it's failing except the executives which would be the teachers unions and the big organizations invested in education aren't going to lose their paycheck. And I'm I'm torn because when I go into high schools and speak with students these are thoughtful people they are not selfish known idiots. They're portrayed to be sometimes. But we do them a huge disservice. We don't challenge kids nearly enough. We don't hold them accountable. We don't make them work hard. We we, you know, there was one teacher was fired because school policy said the lowest grade, you can give us a fifty percent. So even if you don't turn on a piece of paper, you don't get zero. You still get fifty percent for not doing the work. Those are the things that concern me when I talk about education. But in the end whose fault is it it's yours, and it's mine. If my kids would have graduated from high school and couldn't read that's my fault. If I don't know that my children can't read when they are in the second grade third grade that they're not learning to read or at least not learning what they're being taught. That's on me. But the education system seems in my opinion seems to be failing because where we used to lead the world. We don't. We aren't challenging people were not making sure that we're creating critical thinkers that can read something convey, a message of what they've just read comprehend it, and repeat what they've just read. Instead, we make sure we're churning out. Good citizens. Well, good in the minds of the people that are doing the indoctrination. And I say this with all due respect, the teachers because we all have teachers that influenced us, we all have somebody or people in our lives that we look back at it and say that person was a huge influence on me. I'm sure I've mentioned here on this show before our dean of students when I was in high school. I always thought hated my guts, I was a maniac of a kid. You know, I was I drove this guy. Crazy. Years after I was out of high school. I saw him at a high school football game. And he remembered not only me, but he remembered my younger brother's name my youngest brother's name who never even went to that school. My mother's name asked how we all were doing asked how my electoral career was going. He knew what I was doing for a living. And he's someone that's been a promoter of this radio career when it happened and has been a great support system to me. And I had I was under the assumption that he just disliked me immensely. I was just a bad kid. He was trying to straighten out. This was one of the people instrumental in keeping me from going completely off the edge. His name is Bill gettys, and I'm in touch with him once in a while we keep in touch on Facebook. And there are literally thousands of kids that have the same stories about him and people like him at our schools that made impacts on us. So there I'm not I am not denigrating the service of. Teachers there are many many many great teachers in this country. The system has got issues. When you got a national standard. It's one thing when you have a national way of of educating I want you to think of how is it possible that the same issues that an inner city kid from Brooklyn New York faces the same kid same issues as a kid in Butte, Montana. How does some kid from fountain? Colorado face the same challenges as a kid from a Clovis, New Mexico. It's different. And teachers should be able to educate students and not have to just be teaching them to pass tests. One of the fun things. I've had the pleasure of doing over the last few years is making fun of because they deserve it. The assault on Christmas..

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"pegasus bridge" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"pegasus bridge" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

"You know, I'm just not a speaker, right, because I usually control the microphone and I don't wanna be in front of the microphone because I don't know what to say right had asked me a question and I will like respond well, I know I'm doing well. During the question on Oscars, how wonderful is this lovely lady beside you is just a marvelous human being. She takes care of me and she's like, got got me here tonight and made this evening happen. I mean, I'm very happy to be with her. Okay. That's it from another. Meet up in New York wanna find tastic evening where having a bowl. So all the best you and to you in the studio. Thank you. Well, it sounds like you guys had a great time and any pictures neck of the beautiful I officers SU? Yeah, we did tweet some lead slide on the BFF's, but we can put out a suddenly for the show notes mice definitely. And what else is having to me a course on just before I left, I did a stack day which is down at swan are at traffic control center for most of the England, and they have sort of trading day and they in by Ellen pilots to come along participate in that discussions. And they talk about various to incidents that have occurred with a trading theme about discussing why things went wrong and what they do about it next time. So that was interesting and the lovely Adam spank took time off. Yes, she took a day off to come in poppy. As well. And they were very excited to see a tower controller down that because it often the mix because when some distance from Haith ri- I so we had a great day that on the way home I invited into comeback to my we studio and we didn't interview which will feature. I hope fingers crossed in future plain tales because Adam has a fantastic story to tell about one particular incident, but we have to get it cleared by his employers peon to pump. And so that may take away. However, he didn't leave me empty handed because very nicely. Adam lift me with two Sipa get. So I've got the fifty is I fifty is of Heathrow at traffic control, and that's the old town which I think is now listed that Linda anyone's allowed to knock it down, which is brilliant. And thank you goes from. It looks like it was pretty straight to me. It doesn't listing. All, but joke it, yes, and and mug. Okay. So this mug is decorated with the an exact replica of the markings that were on the first Hosa glider to land during the d day invasion on sexual wall on the the first one to land in the attack that was made on Pegasus bridge when they successfully invaded and took over that bridge is that they control the access to the beaches and prevent if necessary reinforcements arriving. Really. It was actually one of my plane tiles. So you know, if if you dig that, you'll find that story and the love you have that my, but those mocking some. But that's the only my guy gaunt we. So exciting. You have previously met up with ten. Yeah. I know jets and by devious means finally got this to me. Now this is like, you see, this is the British mug. This is an American mug up. You could probably fit three full of these British mugs inside this Voss American bucket, but it's delightful and it has, oh, you've got yours as well. I do. It is beautifully grave with a PG leg and has the old margin written on it, which I think is. Fantastic. Thank you very much in.

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"pegasus bridge" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

03:41 min | 3 years ago

"pegasus bridge" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"Just a little, bit faster at that moment because we it's such, an, iconic place they're just names in our in our culture in our history that resume Gettysburg Pearl Harbor Gene and but when you're talking about the European, said or World War Two of course you talking very often when you're talking about my. Colleague, name there's none greater. Perhaps than than d. day and that's where we are going and, we do it Justice by spending two and a, half days out on the beach yeah. Let's talk about that we stay in this little beautiful little village called port Ombu solemn I think is how, it said if I'm wrong. Correct me 'cause my French I didn't I didn't do super well in my college French But it looks, just gorgeous and that's another feature to what we, do we stay in nice places we. Good food and we go see these beautiful sites Yeah because you know the the the d day beaches the time we. Spend there on on the. Beaches at places like your hall can seventy. Degrees and also may have. To see all these battle sites and our whole balls It's needless to say it tugs at your heart it's very compelling but at the end of the day on a more practical note it's nice To head home to a, beautiful luxury hotel. On the water's edge so we stay, in this beautiful little village, called fall And I can tell you done. Your homework I don't know about the French French pronunciation You've done your homework, because you did you did match scholarships this little village. On the water on the ocean and Normandy happens to be the scallop capital on France it's where all the boats. Come in and the trawlers and they are literally forty feet from the hotel's front door so if you happen to be lucky and you have, a a rule on the front side on the water side of the of the hotel you. Literally will open your window and. You're thirty forty feet from where the boats, are more so. It's a beautiful picturesque village it's got a lot of great little restaurants one of them. This is said where we will be dining At least once one of the nights where there but you walk down to the water's edge and it has one of the most beautiful sunsets if you picture a beautiful, sunset in Hawaii while this is. Like that of course which this case you're looking towards America and you see the sunset. It is magnificent so it's a beautiful village great place to walk great, place to die, and it will be our home for to hotel. Nights there why were. There that's going to be such a cool way, to to kick this off what are we going to. You slipped a bunch of stuff in there point to hawk and some other places for people that aren't familiar with. All of the intricacies of what we're discussing touch on some of the highlights of what we're going to expound upon in those two days in, that area the two and a half days that's a good question because a lot of folks. Naturally don't know many of the. Details they have some very good knowledge about, the broader aspects. Of the day but the expanse from one End to. The other was only about fifty five miles meaning from a Pegasus bridge, down to, Utah you about fifty five miles in the two and a half, days there about. Ten major stops we make and several minor wants meaning for example points, you hawk is one of the major ones where we end. Up spending the better part of two hours.

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"pegasus bridge" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"pegasus bridge" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Boulevard, staple for decades, but the building's owners are clearing space for a new apartment building in sports. It was the Yankees over the Mets, six to three checking your forecast, rainy and breezy overnight. Scattered thunderstorms low sixty five later today. Humid showers and thunderstorms at times high eighty five. Tonight it'll be muggy, low seventy. Monday brings clouds just a little sun. Showers and thunderstorms are possible. No major problems. If you're taking a ride around the five boroughs, you're had some crossings or nice and quiet. BQ eastbound just has breakdown over provide mcginnis humble in the left lane. And the Bayonne bridge is closed till three pm with maintenance. You now know what's going on. I'm Cindy Weightman on AM nine seventy. The answer. Kevin McCullough here you know I love, history, and, so do, you so I hope you'll join me this fall on the, amazing d day beaches tour enormous that's right the invasion the sealed Hitler's. Do Omaha and Utah discover the sacred patch. Of sand with me ten days in, France luxury hotels, fine dining fully escorted by America's leading expert on France and the d day. Invasion can chase thirty nine eighty nine, and that include your airfare from, New York Andrew travel. Insurance crews on the bullet train standard. Patents gravesite visit the most famous crossroads in the. War fast stone cross, Pegasus bridge. See where the Rangers scaled the cliffs. At point of hawk see. The medieval church. Where private steel was snagged on the steeple call, my friends at conservative tours eight eight eight. Seven three three ninety four ninety four that's eight eight eight seven three. Three ninety four ninety four or go to conservative tours dot. Com all your sight seeing in. Paris as well I'll see you on. Omaha beach.

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"pegasus bridge" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"pegasus bridge" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Well I'll see you on Omaha beach Glad to have you with us welcome aboard it's radio Night Live and looking forward to having that, young lady the one that was on the left. Hand side of that. Screen right there joining us in the next hour her name is Alicia Krause she's a contributor for website called the daily wire and we. Are longtime friends and haven't always we agree on most principles we just don't agree politically on a ton of stuff because. She doesn't care for our current president and I do but we've we're very good, friends and looking forward to having a leash back. If you live in the l. a. area you may have remembered her years on the morning show the morning, answer she now does video work with the guys over the daily wire and it'll be fun to catch up with the leash a little bit I also. Cannot stop talking about this amazing tour that. We're going to take in October You want and I feel like it's such a, perfect year to take it there's so much challenge. To our freedom there's. So much challenge to our way of life in modern America that the leftist trying to eviscerate and the forces that are trying to eviscerate. It now are the same forces that were trying to eviscerated in the thirties and forties The communists socialists in. Russia we didn't deal with until after. World War Two but the national socialist far lefties in Germany same issue and we had to put them down we had to stop that you know crawl across the globe so we had to do it in massive numbers it took Thousands of young men to lose. Their lives For Hitler to be stopped so we're going to go pay honor to those men at the. Beaches of DA freedom tour. Two thousand eighteen you can come with us we are, going to be on the shores of. Normandy we will see Omaha and Utah beach we will see the incredible Places where these. Guys came on shore in to see what the beaches looked like then and now it's really, going to be cool but, we're. Going to spend seven nights in. Paris too in Normandy I hope that you are able to come. And join us we've got Ken chase is gonna join us he's he's a a spot on historian who will be with us every bit of. The way but we're gonna see patents grave we're gonna ride the bullet train we're gonna go to bass stone. And see where the line. Held we're gonna cross Pegasus bridge and the cliffs appoint, to hawk and we're gonna see that. Church where a private steel Parachute caught and he pretended to be dead he ended up being, able to escape later eight eight eight seven three three. Ninety four, ninety four please come join us eight eight eight seven three. Three ninety four ninety four it's going to..

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"pegasus bridge" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"pegasus bridge" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Hi Kevin McCullough here you know I love history and so do, you so I hope you'll join me this fall on the amazing d day beaches, tour enormous that's right the invasion that sealed Hitler's doom Omaha and Utah. Discover the sacred patch of sand with. Me ten days in France luxury. Hotels fine dining fully escorted by America's leading expert. On France and the d day invasion can chase thirty nine eighty. Nine, and. That include your airfare from New York and your travel insurance crews. On the bullet train standard patents gravesite visit the most famous crossroads in the war, stone cross Pegasus bridge see. Where the Rangers scaled the cliffs at point to hawk see the medieval church were private steel was snagged on the steeple call my friends at conservative tours eight eight eight seven three three ninety four ninety four that's eight eight. Eight seven three three ninety four ninety four or go to. Conservative tours dot com all your. Sightseeing in Paris as well I'll see you on a hobby Hi it's. Joe, Piscopo. If you're. Not getting a great night's. Sleep is a good. Chance it's because of your pillow I have great news Mike Lindell the. Founder and creator. Of my. Pillow is back with his most popular, offer ever buy one premium mypillow get the second premium mypillow free sleeping on, a my, pillow, is, fantastic it never goes flat it stays cool throughout the night and you could adjust my Pillow's patented fill to fit your exact need to help you get to sleep faster and to stay there longer my pillow was backed with a ten year warranty and a. Sixty day money back, guarantee you can even put it in the washer dryer now. You can buy one premium mypillow. Get another premium mypillow absolutely free eight hundred six five one oh, seven ninety use the promo code AM nights seventy go to mypillow dot com please be sure to use the promo code AM nine seventy that number again. Is eight hundred six five one oh. Seven nine eight promo code AM.

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"pegasus bridge" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

04:29 min | 3 years ago

"pegasus bridge" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"Going with us is someone. Who knows this terrain quite well but he also understands how relates to modern American life in fact he has served his nation and attempted to serve. This country even an elective office he he had the Republican nomination, for the US Senate in two. Thousand six against Ted Kennedy and he. He he wants to see America be America at her very best is one of the reasons why he helps lead these tours to places of significance and of importance All over the globe, and we're, grateful, to have Kenneth chase your host and president of conservative tours joining us right now can it's good to have you here thank you for making time for us Well it's my pleasure, Kevin for to chat with you and. Your listeners and needless to say I'm as excited as you are I do this I've been doing this, since nineteen Eighty-one taken Americans to the d day beaches but I never get tired of it it's. Always exciting when you're a half hour? Or so on the highway outside of Outside. Of Pegasus bridge which is always our first stop on the d day beaches, and we'll be there for two and. A half days on the d day beaches Pegasus bridge us up first stop and It's I, don't wanna see I get weak in the knees but. I do get there, are times when you get emotional and for your listeners, in your your followers, who? Will be joining us in October to. Normandy suffice it to say it's going to be very. Moving because as you said you're. Only going to do this once in. Your life you wanna do it right you're going great distance on his best some hard earned money you want to. Do it right and that's how we do it meaning, we do it solely this event we spent two and a, half days covering just those fifty five miles from Pegasus bridge down to lease and, Utah so the idea is to honor You know in in some respects there's one. There's one key element, during the day portion of the whole tour when we, go to when we, go? To the cemetery on the bluffs overlooking. Omaha point where even though I'm holding your hand and. A by your side for the. Whole days when you actually stroll through. The cemetery the one time where I tell my guess you don't really need and you don't but there's so much. About the tour that's very moving But one of the key aspects of, the whole, tour is of course, the commentary. Because this helps to fill in some gaps in your memory it. Helps your memory we've all seen the movies longest day private Ryan but, this is a chance to come full circle in terms of your understanding of the history of the event but yes you're you're right this moves, you to the core the moment you approach Omaha beach and these other sacred sites. I think that's especially true if you have a pulse If. You're dead, maybe, not otherwise? If you're American it should can't, let me let me just touch, base historically speaking for a. Second those beaches when those boys were headed towards them They did not have any. Certainty of outcome and they certainly began to, see the gunfire mowed down the ones that were in front, of them and, yet they. Continued, to come and, come and come and come and if they had not Ken chase historian how would. How would the modern world look differently right now Well I have often asked the questions to my. To my many European friends and family for example I'd? Like to because I do a lot insane? I said what what would what would Hitler have? Done with Spain, because of course Spain. Was in a different position you know Spain with Franko was lost sensibly an ally of Hitler for lack of a better term and, I often wonder what would what would have happened what what would he have done with French what would. He have done with the French language I don't know but it's. Certainly interesting it's an. Interesting question to pose and if it wasn't for the heroism farm and wasn't for the. Heroism of the British among others but but, that was the bulwark that was the force that was the foundation that on in the west obviously. We have to tip our hat and growing up in American I..

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"pegasus bridge" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"pegasus bridge" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Surrounded by school children from junior school and guildford on the original pegasus bridge as he attends the ceremony in the school children respect them and love they understand this but what happened on the day three hundred thousand allied troops in front line support roles launched a counter invasion of france combined sea land and air assault on june sixth nineteen forty four seventy four years today now many of you know a little bit about this but unfortunately most of the immigrants know nothing about it nor do they care and this is what we mean by immigration and how port that is to select your immigrants and how when you have open borders and you permit people into your country who have no shared language no shared culture no shared history what you wind up with is a nation divided which cannot stand now you understand what i mean by borders language and culture as the key defining elements of any nation this operation prevented german armour being rushed to the front to repel landings and remained one of the most immagination capturing battles of the war that would be the battle behind the battle when british paratroopers made precision landings behind enemy lines at locations including the bosc you'll bridge over the cayenne canal which became known as the gases bridge it's a minor point for those of you don't care about this stuff here is a woman ninety six years old in the pictures vera hey was a nursing sister hardy hardy brits the kind that i always admired what they become now at a friend that just came back from london english himself he was almost shaken by what he had seen the berkers the berkers in the breezes of london the hatred from the illegals and the legals who don't belong there.

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"pegasus bridge" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"pegasus bridge" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Five and the area surrounded by school children from junior school in guilford on the original pegasus bridge as he attends the ceremony the school children respect them in love they understand this but what happened on the day three hundred thousand allied troops in front line support roles launched a counter invasion of france combined sea land and air assault on june sixth nineteen forty four seventy four years today now many of you know a little bit about this but unfortunately most of the immigrants know nothing about it nor did i care and this is what we mean by immigration and how important it is to select your immigrants and how when you have open borders and you permit people into your country who have no shared language no shared culture no shared history what you wind up with is a nation divided which cannot stand now you understand what i mean by borders language and culture as the key defining elements of any nation this operation prevented german are being rushed to the front to repel landings and remained one of the most imagination capturing battles of the war that would be the battle behind the battle when british paratroopers made precision landings behind enemy lines at locations including the bosc you'll bridge over the cayenne canal which became known as the gases bridge it's a minor point for those of you don't care about this stuff here is a woman ninety six years old and the pictures vera hey was a nursing sister hardy hardy brits the kind that i always admired look what they become now at a friend that just came back from london english himself he was almost shaken by what he had seen the burgers the burqas in the breezes of london the hatred from the illegals and the legals who don't belong there.

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"pegasus bridge" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"pegasus bridge" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"School and guildford on the original pegasus bridge as he attended the ceremony in the school children respect them in love they understand this but what happened on d day three hundred thousand allied troops in front line support roles launched a counter invasion of france combined sea land and air assault on june sixth nineteen forty four seventy four years today now many of you know a little bit about this but unfortunately most of the immigrants know nothing about it nor did they care and this is what we mean by immigration and how important that is to select your immigrants and how would you have open borders and you permit people into your country who have no shared language no shared culture no shared history what you wind up with is a nation divided which cannot stand now you understand what i mean by borders language and culture as the key defining elements of any nation this operation prevent the german armour being rushed to the front to repel landings and remained one of the most imagination capturing battles of the war that would be the battle behind the battle when british paratroopers made precision landings behind enemy lines at locations including the basque you'll bridge over the cayenne canal which became known as the gases it's a minor point for those of you don't care about this stuff here is a woman ninety six years old and the pictures vera hey was a nursing sister hardy hardy brits the kind that i always admired what they become now at a friend that just came back from london english himself he was almost shaken by what he had seen the burqas the berkers in the breezes of london the hatred from the illegals and the legals who don't belong there.

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"pegasus bridge" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"pegasus bridge" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"By school children from junior school and guilford on the original pegasus bridge as he attends the ceremony in the school children respect them in love they understand this but what happened on d day three hundred thousand allied troops in front line support roles launched a counter invasion of france combined sea land and air assault on june sixth nineteen forty four seventy four years today now many of you know a little bit about this but unfortunately most of the immigrants know nothing about it nor do they care and this is what we mean by immigration and how port that is to select your immigrants and how when you have open borders and you permit people into your country who have no shared language no shared culture no shared history what you wind up with is a nation divided which cannot stand now you understand what i mean by borders language and culture culture as the key defining elements of any nation this operation prevented german armour being rushed to the front to repel the landings and remained one of the most immagination capturing battles of the war that would be the battle behind the battle when british paratroopers made precision landings behind enemy lines at locations including the bosc you'll bridge over the cayenne canal which became known as the gases bridget's minor point for those of you don't care about this stuff here is a woman ninety six years old and the pictures vera hey was a nursing sister hardy hardy brits the kind that i always admired look what they become now at a friend that just came back from london english himself he was almost shaken by what he had seen the berkers the burqas in the breezes of london the hatred from the illegals and the legals who don't belong there.

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"pegasus bridge" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"pegasus bridge" Discussed on WDRC

"The original pegasus bridge as he attends the ceremony in the school children respect them in love they understand this but what happened on the day three hundred thousand allied troops in front line support roles launched a counter invasion of france combined sea land and air assault on june sixth nineteen forty four seventy four years today now many of you know a little bit about this but unfortunately most of the emigrants know nothing about it nor did they care and this is what we mean by immigration and how port that is to select your immigrants at how when you have open borders and you permit people into your country who have no shared language no shared culture no shared history what you wind up with is nation divided which cannot stand now you understand what i mean by borders language and culture as the key defining elements of any nation this operation prevented german armour being rushed to the front to repel the landings and remained one of the most imagination capturing battles of the war that would be the battle behind the battle when british paratroopers made precision landings behind enemy lines at locations including the bosc you'll bridge over the cayenne canal which became known as the gases bridge it's a minor point for those of you don't care about the stuff here is a woman ninety six years old in the pictures vera hey was a nursing sister hardy hardy bridge the kind that i always admired look what they become now at a friend that just came back from london english himself he was almost shaken by what he had seen the barker's the berkers in the breezes of london the hatred from the illegals and the legals who don't belong there.

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"pegasus bridge" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"pegasus bridge" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"And the area surrounded by school children from junior school and guilford on the original pegasus bridge as he attends the ceremony in the school children respect them in love they understand this but what happened on d day three hundred thousand allied troops in front line support roles launched a counter invasion of france combined sea land and air assault on june sixth nineteen forty four seventy four years today now many of you know a little bit about this but unfortunately most of the immigrants know nothing about it nor did they care and this is what we mean by immigration and how important it is to select your immigrants and how when you have open borders and you permit people into your country who have no shared language no shared culture no shared history what you wind up with is a nation divided which cannot stand now you understand what i mean by borders language and culture as the key defining elements of any nation this operation prevented german armour being rushed to the front to repel landings and remained one of the most imagination capturing battles of the war that would be the battle behind the battle when british paratroopers made precision landings behind enemy lines at locations including the basketball bridge over the cayenne canal which became known as the gases bridge it's a minor point for those of you don't care about the stuff here is a woman ninety six years old and the pictures vera was a nursing sister hardy hardy brits the kind that i always admired look what they become now at a friend that just came back from london english himself he was almost shaken by what he had seen the berkers the berkers in the breezes of london the hatred from the illegals and the legals who don't belong there.

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"pegasus bridge" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"pegasus bridge" Discussed on WTMA

"Surrounded by school children from junior school and guildford on the original pegasus bridge as he attends the ceremony in the school children respect him in love they understand this but what happened on day three hundred thousand allied troops in front line support roles launched a counter invasion of france combined sea land and air assault on june sixth nineteen forty four seventy four years today now many of you know a little bit about this but unfortunately most of the immigrants know nothing about it nor did they care and this is what we mean by immigration and how important it is to select your immigrants and how when you have open borders and you permit people into your country who have no shared language no shared culture no shared history what you wind up with is a nation divided which cannot stand now you understand what i mean by borders language and culture as the key defining elements of any nation this operation prevented german armour being rushed to the front to repel landings and remained one of the most imagination capturing battles of the war that would be the battle behind the battle when british paratroopers made precision landings behind enemy lines at locations including the bosc you'll bridge over the cayenne canal which became known as the gases bridget's minor point for those of you don't care about this stuff here is a woman ninety six years old and the pictures vera hey was a nursing sister hardy hardy brits the kind that i always admired look what they become now at a friend that just came back from london english himself he was almost shaken by what he had seen the barker's the burqas in the breezes of london the hatred from the illegals and the legals who don't belong there.

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