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"ramadi" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:42 min | 2 weeks ago

"ramadi" Discussed on ESPN FC

"And said I mean this has been an absolutely brilliant day for them as you were saying earlier. It doesn't even matter the results because the main thing is that they finally wrapped it up early. They wrapped it up early that they got through a game with no injuries with no sense of fatigue with no real problems. They were fortunate I suppose in a sense that they were playing against the team that commits the second fewest fails in the whole of La Liga, the team that commits the fewest is Real Madrid, so they weren't in a position where they were ever really in any doubt. They were able to take players off in the minutes in which they wanted to do so. I think that was demonstrated by the fact that the first substitutions are in 60 minutes, which smells very much like this is what we planned in advance. You play for an hour, you get half an hour, everybody's happy. And from that point of view, it was absolutely perfect for real. It now means, of course, they can prepare for the game against city of midweek. Pablo, what did you think of the game? It was good. I mean, we all knew there was going to be easy game for environment that it ran with you to have something in common. You would know. Or hate Barcelona. So, but obviously to be fair to be fair to espanol, I feel like. I should defend this manual here. I know. They are one of only three teams to beat around. They did the first game at the cornea, but obviously it was the perfect scenario for Ramadi today to put in a good performance to win to be champion in front of their own fans. Now they've got a chance to go to surveillance to celebrate it, especially thinking that for the game on Wednesday. Now is it going to be a huge game for them of course to have 72 hours to prepare the game. For the flow of today solar power winning the league accelerating. So they've got it where it's average. They've been the best team in the league. And then say, just job done today. How much does that help them concentrate on what's to come, meaning Champions League against man city? I honestly.

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"ramadi" Discussed on A New Direction

A New Direction

02:25 min | 7 months ago

"ramadi" Discussed on A New Direction

"What the favorite book of his that he wrote was and he said it's the next book i'm going to write and i thought that was just an incredible attitude. And then as you mentioned colin powell who unfortunately passed away a about a week and a half ago. What would a great leader. He was and he talked about optimism. Being a force multiplier to said. I the way i define. Optimism is a leader b believing and convincing those they lead. That tomorrow is going to be better than today. But that doesn't just come with saying that the leader has to put together an action plan. That's believed by the followers so they truly believe we're on a path to make tomorrow better than today. No it's not just about saying it about having a plan to get there and and i think that's the difference between A leader what rose colored glasses on a leader who could set a an a path forward. That's believable to their followers. So you could have success and whatever team. You're leading and colin powell is right when he said optimism is is a force multiplier. That's beautiful Let's move to section three resilience and chapter. Thirty two is called spiritual fitness. And you have a story that. I laughed out loud and i think my wife thought i was crazy because i laughed so hard about about a brigade is september two thousand five ramadi iraq brigade and you had a brigade chaplain and you had a little story. Why don't we talk about that. And that story and resilience and spiritual fitness. Yeah i think the story you're referring to is is we. I was out there. You know doing battlefield circulation armored humvee with with a few other up armored humvees In my personal security attachment and i had the chaplain my brigade chaplain riding with me. In the humvee that that day and we go out to see a unit and we we go through the city of ramadi and the re people out there and seem things seem somewhat normal for as normal as could appear to be in ramadi in two thousand and five and then on the way back to our forward operating base.

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"ramadi" Discussed on Obsessed

Obsessed

03:00 min | 7 months ago

"ramadi" Discussed on Obsessed

"Here's the thing that's fucked up part of this. I already teach a re parenting program. What i'm teaching is actually how to repair our younger cells. Naturally as as by default of re parenting ourselves we will become better parents to our children guaranteed it happens to one hundred percent of my clients. They're like i just had a like supermom moment. And i would not have gotten there. Had i not done this work. We don't teach parenting to your children. We teach parenting to yourself. You naturally will become a better parent to your children if you do it. Now of truth bombs dropped here. I mean processing right now and this has been an amazing double experience with maybe one of our favorite guests. One of i'm okay with the one of you don't have we don't have to hurt jaycees feelings by saying you know you liked me the best keep him lady competition. Though so everything about dr nima will be in our show notes. Get obsessed with dr nima because as you can tell this lightbulb moment with yours truly i'm gonna process it. You'll hear more about it. Check dr nima out because or obsessed with dr nima and get obsessed with your life. Don't forget to tap on the five stars because show us some love like you have heard today so if you're going to tap four stars don't tap yeah just call me or call me and let's talk it out and then i'll send you to nima so berkeley trauma eighties. Okay it's been a divine pleasure obsessed with you. And we'll see you on wednesday when pm eastern for truth bombs on clubhouse to so thanks. Appreciate this doctrine. Nima you hit this episode out of the ballpark. We are obsessed with you. Get obsessed with dr menas while check the show notes. Follow me on instagram. Follow him on facebook and get obsessed with dr nima ramadi and we want to take this time to thank you. Thank you for being a part of the conversation. Don't forget to. Dm us on instagram crown. Underscore compass girls. We respond to every message. We adore you tap on those five stars. Show us some love. Show us some love because this podcast is about you and for you so obsesses right now. Start getting obsessed with your life..

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Retired Navy Officer Jocko Willink Explains the Code 'Never Leave People Behind'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:39 min | 9 months ago

Retired Navy Officer Jocko Willink Explains the Code 'Never Leave People Behind'

"Night. Uh, because People in America. They look to you, Jack. Oh, you got a big public profile. You're a humble guy, but you're a Navy seal. You've been there. You've been in theater, and I think one of the things that has my listeners. A lot of Americans really furious right now is what we discussed on Saturdays. This idea to the whole American code. We live by a code here. That's what America is not just a flag. That's just a piece of fabric. It's what the flag represents. And one of the codes are. We don't leave our people behind Jacko. And we're evac ng in Afghanistan right now, giving him artificial 3 29 PM tomorrow deadline. And yet they have no way to get out. I mean, this is unforgivable. Yes. You know, Dan, I was going to bring this up the other nights. I heard you before I came on. I heard you talking and you were talking about the fact that we're leaving people behind it, and I wanted to mention this story when I was in Iraq was in the battle of Ramadi. And there was a situation where there was a gunfight and there was some Iraqi soldiers. Some friendly Iraqi soldiers got wounded, and we're laying in the street and two of my guys to American seals. Put down cover fire ran out into the middle of the street during a gunfight to grab these two guys, bring him back to safety. Uh, totally put their lives at risk. Both those guys ended up receiving the Silver star for that action, but This is what we did, and this was for Iraqi soldiers. Guys that been speak English guys that were just out there to help us and and that code that you talked about. It's a real thing. It applies to anyone that helps us. We will be there for you. And so it's very sad to see the situation unfolding the way it is. Folks. Chako has a

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"ramadi" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

04:52 min | 9 months ago

"ramadi" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"She would've gone to the meetings that she goes to all the means but she would have never spoken had a teacher. A principal or superintendent made her and her child feel just as well and just as comfortable in their skin. They want to make the other side of the issue. Feel comfortable because ramadi issue is this. I am a christian parents who teaches my child that there are only two genders. Are you also supporting the fact that my child believes in the fact that there are only two genders. Nobody will answer that question. Nobody will sit back and go well. Of course we'll support the fact that your child believe there's only two genders. They don't want to say that 'cause the minute they say that then that means that they've left out another group of people so you have immediately on the first day of school your students in the two classes of citizens one class that you want to bend over backwards to make feel comfortable and another class that you just kinda go yet. You're out there on the own island. We are on field and that's why she was upset. 'cause why would it teach irks not respond to a parent right. Exactly now you know. And it's it's interesting because you reference the fact that Basically were becoming a bifurcated nation in many ways and it is becoming all too commonplace. We've got the mass versus the massless. We've got the vaccinated versus the unvaccinated. And i just have to wonder. Perhaps this is simplistic question. But how in any way shape or form is it productive to make one sector of society comfortable at the expense of another. Shouldn't we be focusing on. What brings us together rather than what pushes us apart. Absolutely and i heard it last night. I watched the district six meeting again and at the end of the meeting. They have some a couple of two three parents. Tough you know. Go up and talk about the masks again. And i think the one lady said it best when she said you know and i lost my train of thought..

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"ramadi" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

Jocko Podcast

06:03 min | 10 months ago

"ramadi" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

"Like you said it's what you kinda gotta do. And yeah i look back now and the first the from last deployment to ramadi. We got home we were. We were pretty What's a good word here. We're pretty wild. When we got back we were pretty wild but we got back and and but you know we kept it under you know we kept. We look out for each other major that we were wild without doing anything. That's gonna cause irreparable damage or cause some kind of major significant problem. But we were definitely wild. I mean there's no doubt about it and then you know. I don't know if it was maybe six months. Maybe a year or something like that you know we started getting back to kind of just doing what we were doing a little bit more normal. But yeah we're we're pretty wild. Got back. well you know if mall excuse was laws. Well you've got pretty drunk lash aviator yeah we we had some we all kind a bunch of lived in to kind of the same area to same little neighborhood. So yeah we'd go out we'd meet up and we'd go. We'd go pretty hard. I think i think for me i'm still at it. It's amazing the older. I get now and i'll be seventy six in august. The the memories become more vivid now. i dream about this more I'm hearing from people. We have our own common show website and You can tell by the comments that lam son seven one nine had a major major psychological impact on our guys and there were some guys. That measure thomas service hours. Oh i came after seven one more. I left just before seven one nine. So see that similar nama became an anchor to describe where one was at one. Time flon with the common shares And when when. Matt call me up and asked me what i do. Some collaboration on this book in some ways. I was plays in some ways of a little frightened to bring up the experiences and i'll be perfectly honest. I had a lot of anxiety coming here today. though i have read this book number of times red daunted valor seven when non quite a few times of earmarked it I read after action reports on it that that hopefully mad and he did he had some of these After action reports that he took his data from but still sitting here. Now and talking about it with you and you weren't there. I can talk about somebody that was there and but and not have anxiety. But you weren't there and often wonder i'm telling you this but what are you actually hearing 'cause you weren't there and you can tell me about what you did and i can listen to it but i wasn't there and so there's a difference the yeah. There's there's always gonna be a little gap or a big gap depending on you know the person's experiences and what one thing i think is interesting about you. Know when you start talking about coming home and what you're going through. I think the one thing. That's good is if people actually understand what they're feeling a little bit and i remember like you get a new guy that's overseas and i'd look at a new guy that's overseas you can tell they're nervous right and you know to say something like hey man. You're you know that feeling you get in your stomach and you try not to tell you then they admit to it and i go. Yeah you're just nervous at your at your body getting ready to go fight. It's totally normal. That's what you should feel like and they'd be like. Oh okay oh you. Oh by the way. You won't be able to sleep tonight. 'cause we got a operation tomorrow. You're not gonna sleep tonight so that's the it is. Don't worry about it and same thing coming home. You know it's like oh oh you're going to get you're gonna get sad sometimes doesn't mean you're week doesn't mean you're trapped in the past. It just means you miss your friends and that's okay and so if you are thinking about something and it and it makes you cry. Yeah that's what that's what happens. you know. yeah that's the way it is. And i think if people understand that that that's that that's normal then they're all okay. Well that's that's just what's going to happen. It's okay and i think what people don't think it's normal and all of a sudden they think i can't control my emotions or i'm scared i'm sad. I shouldn't be sad. And i shouldn't be scared. It's like no time nobile. That's just the way it is. You do your job. You know you're going to be scared. You got the you got the queasy stomach. You can't sleep at night okay. Cool yeah guess. What a bunch of other guys. It's not sleeping tonight either. Nobile nobody deal. Oh you get home you. You're gonna feel sad you're gonna miss your friends. Yeah we all miss them. That's the way it is that that's okay and i think that helps people out a lot to be able to just say okay. What i'm feeling is not an isolated thing. It's just the way human beings process the the tough experiences that they go through. But you know we both served in the con of service that.

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"ramadi" Discussed on Addiction Unlimited Podcast | Alcoholism | 12 Steps | Living Sober | Addiction Treatment

Addiction Unlimited Podcast | Alcoholism | 12 Steps | Living Sober | Addiction Treatment

03:57 min | 11 months ago

"ramadi" Discussed on Addiction Unlimited Podcast | Alcoholism | 12 Steps | Living Sober | Addiction Treatment

"Actually complete that experience. Yeah because trauma stores in your body. I don't think a lot of people know that they get is stored it stored in your body in different places in your body. Yeah and our bodies are constantly talking to us and it's probably one of the main reasons that i know. I numbed myself right. Because i was. I have felt my way through the world since i was a little girl. And everyone around me. Didn't feel as much so i have a lot of open centers. I i do a lot of different worker. I know that. I have a lot of open center so i can walk into the room. Which for business. It's a bad ass skill to have right. So i could walk into a room. I could read every nervous. Stomach could be like yes. That person's gonna buy that one's not in. I was a bad asset doing it in my real estate career however afterwards i needed a drink i needed a stiff ass martini to calm my nervous system so that i could come back into this like more neutral. Plays and all always doing with numbing the sensation in my body to help the thought stop. And that's awesome addicts. That's all ramadi talking to me. And so sometimes we've numbed ourselves for so long as people who've chosen to escape themselves with alcohol and drugs and sex and behaviors of sugar any highly palatable porn gambling. All that stuff. It's a oh. I didn't even realize i had body and that's what i when i first started going to treatment and i went into treatment lot of times before i stayed stop I would just look around the room. And i just realized like everyone was just their head and they did not have the consciousness of like dropping in and i had already been teaching yoga for like twelve years and so it was just. I was having a different experience in treatment than other people. Because i felt life and then i also thought every right i know..

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Indian farmers plan nationwide 3-hour blockade of highways

BBC World Service

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Indian farmers plan nationwide 3-hour blockade of highways

"Of Indian farmers have blocked major highways across the country as they continue their protests against new agricultural laws. The three hour blockade has disrupted traffic in many parts of India. Embarrass on Hetty Rajan reports holding placards, banners and national flag. Farmers have blocked major roads to protest against loss they save will benefit big private buyers. The Indian capital, Delhi has become a fortress with the deployment of more than 50,000 police officers in and around the city to prevent any violence. Tens of thousands of farmers have been camping outside Delhi for the last 2.5 months. But the protests have spread to other states in recent days, posing a challenge to the government of Prime Minister Nouri in Ramadi. The protests have attracted international attention in the past week with the U. S, urging the Indian government to resume talks with the farmers and

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Rebels kill 1 UN peacekeeper in Central African Republic

Buck Sexton

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Rebels kill 1 UN peacekeeper in Central African Republic

"In Central African Republic says at least one peacekeepers been killed in another injured in two successive attacks by armed rebels near the town of Green. Mari. Armed rebels staged the attack, while peacekeepers from both Burundi and Bangladesh were carrying out a security operation around Ramadi. More than 200, kilometers northeast of the capital More on these

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Indian Farmers Demand Repeal Of Agriculture Industry Reform Laws

Morning Edition

03:05 min | 1 year ago

Indian Farmers Demand Repeal Of Agriculture Industry Reform Laws

"In India. Tens of thousands of farmers living on the outskirts of India's capital have been protesting against new laws that deregulate the agriculture industry. They fear for their livelihood and say they will stay there until these laws are repealed. MPR's social media product has this report. Protesting farmers have made Hy Vee is leading to New Delhi Day New home. They do laundry on the street and sleep in the back of trucks lined with straw and blankets. There's even an open air barbershop offering free haircuts by the more difficult won't get away with this deception. Protesters sing They're referring to Prime Minister Nouri in Ramadi and the three reforms he got past this fall to deregulate the farm sector. You can't take people for right in the name of reforms when they found the bag V. M. Singh is the head off a farmer's association. Most of his fellow protesters come from the northern Indian states of Punjab and Haryana and Millie grow wheat and rice. For years, the government has bought the bulk of the green and a guaranteed rate. It's like a safety net, says Agriculture economist Seema Butler. If market doesn't work, let's surprises fall government is there to buy. So there's a price assurance. But the new laws open up the market to private buyers who will not be bound by a price guarantee. The farmer's field. They lose their safety net. They can barely scrape a living as it is, says Marta. The farmers have this anger that their tractor caused machine recalls. Too many or fertilizer or prices are going up. But their income has not been increasing. Moody says the new laws will give farmers new opportunities Hominy gone on me. Sunoco Dajani. The farmers will have the freedom to sell directly to private companies, he says more the insists that if they have unsold surplus screen, the government will continue to procure it. There are doubts toe all must believe that procurement might not have a long life agricultural economist our drama, Kumar says the government's own advisers have urged it to limit how much grain advice Government warehouses are already overflowing with surplus green. Farmers that also skeptical about the reforms because of the way in which they were rushed through Parliament without much debate. All these come together to create a very bad impression, complete absence of trust between farmers and the government that lack of trust has led to a long stalemate. Five rounds of talks between farmers and the government have failed in the Supreme Court is also trying to mediate. But Farmer leader bm Singh says they'll keep protesting until the laws are scrapped. Farmers have a lot of patients, he says. Then we lose the club. The patient of the farmers said that he waits for the next crop to come. This is a natural patients given by the Almighty to us. Farmers spend their whole lives waiting for the next crop, he says. They'll wait for justice to for NPR news. I'm such me to partake in

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Indian Farmers Demand Repeal Of Agriculture Industry Reform Laws

Morning Edition

03:01 min | 1 year ago

Indian Farmers Demand Repeal Of Agriculture Industry Reform Laws

"Of thousands of farmers living on the outskirts of India's capital have been protesting against new laws that deregulate the agriculture industry. They fear for their livelihood and say they will stay there until these laws are repealed. MPR's suits me to product has this report. Distant farmers have made Hy Vee is leading to New Delhi Day New home. They do laundry on the street and sleep in the back of trucks lined with straw and blankets. There's even an open air barbershop offering free haircuts. My God, by loved the more difficult than any Danny Gelati. They won't let me get away with this deception. Protesters sing. They're referring to Prime Minister Nouri in Ramadi and the three reforms he got past this fall to deregulate the farm sector. You can't take people for a ride in the name of reforms when they found the bag V. M. Singh is the head off a farmer's association. Most of his fellow protesters come from the northern Indian states of Punjab and Haryana and Millie grow wheat and rice. For years, the government has bought the bulk of the green and a guaranteed rate. It's like a safety net, says Agriculture economist Seema Butler. If market doesn't work, let's surprises fall government is there to buy. So there's a prize assurance. But the new laws open up the market to private buyers who will not be bound by a price guarantee. The farmer's field. They lose their safety net. They can barely scrape a living as it is, says Marta. The farmers have this anger that the tractor caused machine recalls. Too many or fertilizer, or prices are going up. But their income has not been increasing. Moody says the new laws will give farmers new opportunities Hominy Gone on, man. It's a noble deed, The farmers will have the freedom to sell directly to private companies, he says more the insists that if they have unsold surplus green, the government will continue to procure it. There are doubts toe all must believe that procurement might not have a long life agricultural economist our drama, Kumar says the government's own advisers have urged it to limit how much grain advice Government warehouses are already overflowing with surplus green. Farmers. It also skeptical about the reforms because of the way in which they were rushed through Parliament without much debate. All these come together to create a very bad impression, complete absence of trust between farmers and the government that lack of trust has led to a long stalemate. Five rounds of talks between farmers and the government have failed in the Supreme Court is also trying to mediate. But Farmer leader bm Singh says they'll keep protesting until the laws are scrapped. Farmers have a lot of patients, he says. Then we lose the club. The patient of the farmers said that he waits for the next crop to come. This is a natural patients given by the Almighty to us. Farmers spend their whole lives waiting for the next crop, he says. They'll wait for justice to

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"ramadi" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

06:07 min | 1 year ago

"ramadi" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"For my fam Sam Smith Ramadi dancing with a stranger. Wanna I told you Still think so. I don't want to die down tonight. So you and summer I don't want to be done. I wasn't going to let you all know exactly have Tio. I don't And Look, maybe. But who gave you a strange look Good to do? Somebody gave it a bit strange. One for three. My FM You know, I traveled I don't She's running free. Those people twice. Maybe a couple Let me redeem Oh, demon tonight. This just isn't Down. Take every single piece of the blame If you want to. You know that there is no one in this game to go, Argo, and then you go. You go out in the truth. Simone, just get back. Me. Yeah. Hi, Brianna. Good morning. Good morning. How.

"ramadi" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"ramadi" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Under truck drivers around the country you go to the website regulations dot gov and we're somewhere in the mix I your do you need a docket number I had that before me just a bit adopt a pull that back up and the witcher way once again but you got of the docket number to enter and then you can just punch in your comments yet too late to do the I like the snail mail or anything like that this is gonna be closing in tomorrow Wednesday all of the Sears saw an update from Ramadi space man who's out there right now the west we we might hear from him this morning not exactly sure but about thirty minutes ago they said they've crossed the big horn mountains at the peak at thirteen thousand one hundred sixty six feet it was getting dark temperature was dropping fast we kind of had to rush through didn't get many pictures we're gonna go back on top tomorrow there's something called a medicine wheel that native Americans have on top of the mountains as kind of like a stone hinge thing we'll check that out tomorrow would learn more about it but this mountain not the tallest I've ever written on but it had the steepest longest inclines I've ever written on we did find a free campground with showers at the bottom of Lovell Wyoming let's see thank in a friend for told us about that then all right the big horn mountains the medicine wheel will going back up to the wheel tomorrow morning so he's in the big horn National Forest right now I give anything to hang out with that man for a week beautiful country they're exploring out there well just to his spaceman just talk I think they're having a good time yeah all right let's skip to the acute hearing centers dot com listener line would you say that the the anti minister time minister.

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"ramadi" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"ramadi" Discussed on WTVN

"By the way, did you hear that Madonna is claiming discrimination? This world. I'm sorry. Claiming discrimination. She's being discriminated against because she's sixty. No, no, no. That's not what it is. But Donna you're being discriminated against because you're a skank. That's why. And that that's not a word. I usually you you heard you use it in quite doesn't it fit? Madonna hired anyone use it in quite a long time yet. Actually, it's an old timey word is it all Titusville word. Here's another story for you. Do male makeup is catching more men's is now as an expert in male makeup. I wear it every day. I wear it everyday to. Eight it is the worst thing about being on television. They're like, I don't wanna wear makeup. Forget it. I'm people know what it looked like. And then they say, yeah. I know that's why you need make up. We've we've seen you without it and your awful. So they put it on us every day to tell us. How awful we are. It's a daily reminder of how hideous we are as as people who's the guy I interviewed on Friday, but was his name again. Shoot. The navy seal. He worked with. Jaakko so navy seal. This guy is a man's man. Okay. He got us out of Ramadi. And he would Chris Kyle was on his team zero sense of humor is e rose as if you were at least be and interviewed him on Friday, and he's the first person to say no to make up and and our makeup artist. But you're on you're going to be on television under lights it's gonna he's like, no don't care. You have a really bad spot. Looks like a cut on your nose. Don't care. Okay. I'm gonna get in trouble that Nope. No makeup. So he sat down with no makeup. Because he's a man's man. And. It's an interesting interview because I liked him. We're you weren't here for. No, no, I I liked him because he's fascinating guy. But I don't think we'd be hanging out because he's just there's no humor in him. He's done some serious things mean he led seal team one seal team to seal team three and seal team seven and I said to him not good enough for six. Did not laugh. Did he kill you? He.

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"ramadi" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

Jocko Podcast

05:46 min | 3 years ago

"ramadi" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

"And our children and our children actually, someone asked my daughter. My middle daughter the other day, what's your favorite book of your dad's? And she said Mike in the dragons interesting my daughter, didn't we didn't have any kind of fischel like what's the best one? But the one that she always reaches for pushes for is where the warrior kid to mission she likes marks mission. So there's that Mike in the dragons there's way the warrior kit to March mission there's way the court were your kid one which way the war your kid soon to be way, the warrior kid three writing is complete. John Bosak is knee-deep in the art right now and that will be coming out in the spring. I'm going to get it on Amazon for preorder as early as I possibly can. So we don't have another scenario. Like, we had with Mike dragons where we bought you all bought a lot of them. And I didn't have them on hand. Let's say digging by everybody. So. Look for that one way the war your kid three will be coming out. And then of course, we got disciplining freedom field manual, which is awesome to see that impact people. And it's also good gift to give to people that maybe Neil help just staring direction extreme ownership and that I got him leadership. Those are the leadership books that are wrote with my brother Leif Baben, and they will help you with your organization and in your business and in your life lead and win. Also, we gotta Sean front, which is my leadership consultancy. It's me it's life Babb and JP, Dino, Dave Burke Flynn Cochran Mike's rally Mike by. There's a picture that echoes into. In the picture on the website. But he's not he's not one of the leadership instructors. He is one of the leadership instructor film IRS. Right. Hey, man, I'm on the website. So that's really all. So what we do is we all problems through leadership. Go Sean front dot com for that. We also the monster coming up two thousand nineteen it's going to be made twenty third and twenty fourth in Chicago September nineteenth and twentieth and Denver and December fourth and fifth in Sydney, Australia. Checkout. Tree ownership dot com. They all have sold out and this will sell out as well. And when you go to that, you're going to get granular. Explanations. Multiple angles on how to work in apply this stuff, and if you can't come to muster guess what you can go somewhere else can go to e f online dot com. This is what we put together took about nine months to film put together design. It's me and the rest of the echelon front team training leadership. Through technology, and it's bailable for we're originally designed it for enterprise for companies that we work with that have forty eight thousand employees that we can't travel the globe and train them. All. So we put this stuff online, and it's also available now direct to consumer the F, Oman dot com. And also we have overwatch overwatch dot com where we are connecting proven leaders from combat aviation from special operations, and we're plugging them into companies that need leadership. To win at their mission to get go to e f overwatch dot com. If you need that. And if you want to pass on lessons learned to us. We are kicking it on the interwebs on Twitter on Instagram and on face. Echo is adequate Charles, and I am at jock willing, and of course. Thanks to all of our military personnel around the world. Who stand their ground to protect us. Also, thank you to our police in law enforcement, the firefighters the paramedics and EMT's the correctional officers the folks on border patrol and all the first responders who stand their ground here at home to protect us. And everyone else I always say that time is short. But most of us have more. Than six seconds. The six seconds. That corporal Jonathan Yale. Then Lance, corporal, Jordan herder had to make the ultimate decision and the ultimate sacrifice. They could have had more time. Had they run away. But they sacrificed it all. They gave up their time. But we we still have time to time. They gave us. So don't waste it. Not six minutes of it. Not six seconds of it. Not one second of it. None of it. Get out there every second of every day. Get after it. Until next time this echo and Jaakko. Out.

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"ramadi" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

Jocko Podcast

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"ramadi" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

"Yeah. Really good. You wanna flex? All of them so weird flex, but. Okay. Yeah. When you wanna flex with at the people at the TSA, I keep I keep wanting to use the term flex like in its modern way because my kids use it, and I keep wanting to use it. Yeah. Keep trying men. Yeah. I think you'd in pretty good. But no, I haven't really appropriately used it yet. Will you used weird flex, but? Okay. On to me, not about me. Like, you're you're saying about someone else. No, no. Because Casey Atta video that was called that. Oh, weird flex, but. Okay. And that's when I realized it was thing that that that's an actual thing. Yeah. Weird flex. But. Okay. No. You told me it was a thing. Yeah. Yeah. I don't use it. I wanna use it. But it's sort of humble brag, right. Not like weird almost it's. Yeah. It's like you're bringing about something kind of weird to brag about but cool man kind of thin. That's what the cases video was weird flex. What? Okay was about. He was in. He's in a movie, and he was kind of like. Xing that he was in a movie about okay? Here's all fired up. Yeah. It'd be more. Like, hey, like, I can turn my kids inside out. All right. We're flax because flexible. Nonetheless on it. This is where you get your your fitness. You know, how we all have home gyms most of us, and you know, you wanna date on somewhere. Kettlebells some jump ropes battle ropes like stuff more good stuff to keep you on the path keep you in shape. That's where you go on it dot, if you if you wanna eat your mind in shape, you brain in shape, then you should read. If you wanna read some books that I wrote then cool, you can read Mikey. And the dragons best children's book ever for children under the age of six voted by me, and you..

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"ramadi" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

Jocko Podcast

03:24 min | 3 years ago

"ramadi" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

"This wonder how many people out there wondering it'd be to fight Jaakko say I'll beat him up not to say, I wouldn't. But I wonder how it would be that a lot of people show up at the gym. And and that's exactly why funny thing is matter if they're white belts black belts. They still like, yeah. See what up see how that experience is usually smiling? Fully and really when it comes down to. I mean, unless you're trying to hurt someone, you know, and there's a bunch of different ways to hurt someone if you wanna hurt them because you don't like think, they should you know, they'd either all this stuff. It's not about that. It can be about that for sure. But that's not ultimately what it is. It's more about like, I wonder. I wonder how beat a fight that person. And then when you start to learn more and more and more you just you really just enjoy that actively lie quite like right now if I wanted to if you had the time or whatever mean, you we could go Google fight right now. And it'd be like a good safe way wrap this up. But you see them saying, that's the way to do it. Anyway. Okay. All right back to the path. That's the path inappropriate part of the path, by the way. You wouldn't be you without I wouldn't you wouldn't even be like happen would actually if you knew I wouldn't be happy at all. Especially if I knew but on top of that, I wouldn't. Have connected things that I that jitsu connected for me. Yeah. There's something else. I would not be who. I am. I'm straight up said. Yeah. I would not be who I am too. Yeah. And you won't be who you would not be on this podcast without no, I couldn't even talk to you. A stretch. Anyway. Stretch anyways. At least there without that. Have you talking about TV shows and not be like, it'd be like muting your microphone or something? Yeah. Hey, it's a lifesaver. Yeah. Get you into all kinds of different things. But yeah, you even if you're trying to like stay on the path. Okay dragging. I dig it, man. But it's important when you're when you're trying to get on the past stay on the path beat beat on the path. It's only fitting for real. It's only fitting. Okay, let's say, okay. Let's say you have weapons training suite. Let's say you can drive a car. Really? Well, cool. You get hunt. You can you're capable you. Can you know, all this stuff, right? But if you're stripped away of like your tolls of then what man on, ma'am? Yeah. Just don't have the jets this. Yeah. This is more of just a real general like way to look at it. So it's like you ever watch men in black. Millions of that one. Right. I can't really remember to about it. This might not even be the movie, but it's it's a movie with one of the it's like this big wrote creature. Right. And then they find out it's just a suit in the inside is just this little worm person thing, you know. That kinda you know. Oh, so you're saying if I didn't new digits. I would just be like a little word. Yeah. No, strong guy or whatever. But then like if all you're taking away. What are you left with kind of thing?.

Jaakko Google
"ramadi" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

Jocko Podcast

04:38 min | 3 years ago

"ramadi" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

"Minimize the potential friendly casualties and maximize prepared Tori. Fires to support the infantry's attack during operation wasted the most effective indirect fired during danger close was from an eight inch gun we recommend that the supporting acts of fire be perpendicular as well. As parallel finally in the event as in the case of operation way city that due to political considerations that proper prepared, Tori. Fires would not be allowed that a variety of artillery fire such as smoke delayed. Fuses Hianguo can be incorporated with the infantry's attack combined arms training for urban combat is critical. Cover move. That's what supporting arms do day lay down cover. So you can maneuver other advantage, the prepare, Tori fire include the destruction of the camouflage of enemy positions, the psychological shock factor against enemy troops in. The fact that heavy weapons can create new avenues of attack and egress for farmers vehicles. Pretty straightforward. One of the most effective aspects of supporting arms during the battle of way, where the killer teams that involved the m forty forty-eight tank and the N Onta us, and the on toast is like a. It's actually a pretty crazy looking machine. It's got one hundred sixty one hundred six millimeter cannons on it. And it's six of them, and they're sticking out that it's a light armored vehicles, and it's like a tank antitank vehicle, but on toast repair up in maneuver together. As a team this would allow the tanker the on toes to maneuver into a good fire position where while the other covered. Cover cover move. Thank you further the devastating firepower put out by the ninety millimeter tank cannon and the six one six is of the autos turned out to be extremely beneficial because their capabilities to deliver pinpoint firepower armored vehicles can provide many benefits to the infantry engaged in urban combat as they provide some cover from enemy small-arms fire. However, armored vehicles can also become rocket magnets producing casualties for infantry troops in close proximity. The enemy's going to see that target. And they're gonna like it. And years advantages to having that power, but there's also disadvantages. So you have to always way those things out as a leader, you have to pay attention to those things as a leader, you have to think of every advantage that you have there's going to be some negative to it. There's going to be some disadvantage when you bring in advance table. There's gonna be some disadvantage in jujitsu. Right. If you're gonna be super flexible, you're not that strong super strong or not that flexible, your your cardio doesn't last very long. Right. So there's going to be advantages and disadvantages that come with each asset that you have. So you have to think that you're gonna go for full oxides co you're giving up position there's all kinds of things you have to those out and his leader. You have to look at don't get don't get wrapped around the positives of something just just the positive. There's not just positives for for really anything. There's nothing. That's just straight positives across the board. I guess right. Yeah. Sure. We could think of something. Yeah. Sure. Sure, you could continue other than instances of harassment and interdiction fires buildings that are hit by heavy weapons should be attacked immediately. This is good buildings. That are hit by heavy weapons should be attacked. Immediately. Don't hesitate you catch people off guard. Don't hesitate don't hesitate. This happens. This happens in in everything. We we get a good a good position or something advantageous happens that we hesitate instead Instead of the advantage. advantage. We gotta here. And then we then we let it go happens in business to we get to a situation. All we finally get the we finally get our competitor to make a mistake or we get an advantage position. And we celebrate instead of just finishing the job which is a big bad thing to do. Now. Yeah. Remember that when calling and fire missions, you can request splash. You're friendly troops have time to take cover me prior to impact. These guys were calling bombs right on top of a lot. And. In daytime operations. Use covering smoke is often helpful when marines must attack across open areas. As was learned during operation way city even with proper support of heavy weapons, which was alternate provided to the marines we faced hard core. North Vietnamese army troops who fought from prepared positions moved to secondary positions Fahd again..

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"ramadi" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

Jocko Podcast

03:27 min | 3 years ago

"ramadi" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

"Less restrictive rules of engagement, including situational flexibility down to platoon level. This is something we hear about all the time. Here's the deal. What that what that really means is decentralized command you need to trust your troops. You need to explain to them. What is important? What is not rules of engagement to tell someone you cannot do this. What I'm saying? If I say echo, you cannot shoot at this type of building. If I tell you that what I'm telling you is I don't trust you to make a good decision based on the information. I gave you if I say, listen some of these buildings that are marked with a star those buildings are historical buildings that will cause the civilian populace to get angry at us. So don't shoot at them. If I say that you and I say explain to you why it's important. And then I say, hey, look, then again, remember you're in the field, you need to protect your men, and you say God it and now you you're on the field. And if you're a good leader in you trust me, and I trust you, and I've explained the commander's intent, well, you understand the strategic impact of of disobeying or of of going outside the rules have been that that are not the rules, but the direction that I've given you then you understand that. That's great at you make a good decision because what that does mind entails you're getting shot at from one of these buildings. And now you have to take it down. If I don't trust you to make that decision. What do I do? I put strict rules of engagement on you. Now, you can't do something. And that is that is not decentralized command, and it's not generally good. Do you have to put some broad rules in place? Yes. You absolutely do. But you have to make sure that the people on the ground understand that those rules can be bent. If I have to have to have the authority in the leeway to do that. Next to improve communication of intelligence information to all levels of command. Of course, communicate communication is one of those things. And again, I feel I always feel when we go to work with a company. It's one of the first things I have to ask what are your methodologies communication through your company? How do you communicate with your front line troops? How do you communicate with your mid level managers? How do your mid level managers in your phone line troops communicate with you? Because sometimes the frontline troops might see something out on the battlefield. But you don't see because you're up in the ivory tower. And how do they communicate that back to you? Do you have a methodology oftentimes communication is ineffective or it's they don't have procedures around their protocol. And how to Kate that's bad. So communication up and down the chain of command, simple, clear and concise. That's the way it's gotta be three acquisition of improved. Intelligent, data in particular concerning the disposition size of enemy forces. That's cool. That's a little bit of a universal fantasy for military people that we want. Great intelligence. We want to know the enemy is if we knew the enemy is. Yeah. So that's a that's a universal fantasy and we should always strive to achieve that fantasy. But it's very difficult to get to. But then they go to this reconnaissance small unit probes to fix enemy positions are critical. What what that means is when you want intelligence, go get it, go find gathered the Intel yourself as much as you can. Four improved supporting.

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"ramadi" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

Jocko Podcast

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"ramadi" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

"When I read the situation report about the incident a few hours after it happened. I called the regimental commander, and I asked him for details of what had happened. It seemed different to me. Unfortunately, marines, dying or being seriously wounded is common in combat. We expect marines and for that matter soldiers, sailors, airman and coast guardsmen, regardless of rank or MOS to do their duty. To stand their ground and do their duty. And to die. If that's what the mission requires. The regimental commander had just returned from the site. And he agreed with me but reported that there were no American witnesses to the event just Iraqi police. I figured if there was any chance of finding out what actually happened and then to recognize decorate these two young marines and acknowledged their bravery I'd have to do it myself. Because I understood that the bureaucrats back in Washington would never accept Iraqi statements for what had taken place. If getting these marines properly awarded had any chance at all it had to come under my signature. As a general officer. So I traveled to Ramadi the next day. Then spoke individually to half dozen Iraqi police all of whom told the same story. They said the blue truck turned down into the alley and immediately sped up as it made its way through the serpentine jersey walls. They all said they knew immediately. What was going on? Particularly as the marines began to fire. The Iraqi police all began firing as well. Then to a man. They ran for safety. Just prior to the explosion. They all survived. Many were injured some seriously injured. One of the Iraqis said to me that they had all run from the danger like any normal man would to save his own life. What he didn't know until then what he learned that very day. Was that Americans are not normal. With tears welling up. He said, sir in the name of God. No sane man would have stood there and done what they done. No sane man. They saved all of us..

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"ramadi" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

Jocko Podcast

04:56 min | 3 years ago

"ramadi" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

"This is Jaakko podcast number one sixty two with echo, Charles and me, Jaakko Willink. Good evening echo. Good evening. On the twenty second of April two thousand and eight two marine battalions the first battalion ninth marines, the Walking Dead from Vietnam fame and the second battalion eighth marines were switching out in Ramadi. Iraq. One battalion going home in a few days and the other just starting it's seven month tour. Two marines, corporal Jonathan Yale and Lance corporal, Jordan, herder twenty two and twenty years old respectively. One from each battalion. They were assuming the watch together at the entrance gate to an outpost. That contained a makeshift barracks. Housing fifty marines. The same broken down ram shackled. Building was also home to a hundred Iraqi police. They were my men in this fight against the terrorists in Ramadi. Yale was a dirt poor mixed race kid from Virginia with a wife and a daughter and a mother and a sister who lived with them, and he supported them as well on thirteen thousand dollars a year. Herder was a middle class white kid from Long Island. The two of them were from two completely different worlds in our country. Not good not bad. Just different. Had they not joined the Marine Corps. They would never have known each other. They would never have even understood that multiple America's exists simultaneously, depending on your education level, your family's income status may be. But they were marines. They were combat marines. Then because of this bond they were brothers as close as if they were born to the same woman. The mission orders they received from the sergeant their squad leader. I am sure. When something like this. Okay. You two clowns stand this post and let no on authorized personnel or vehicles pass clear on that. I'm also sure that Yale and her then rolled their eyes. Then said in unison something like, yeah. Sergeant we got it. We know what we're doing. Just enough attitude that made the point without saying the words, no kidding sweetheart. We know what we're doing. The then relieved the two other marines on watch. Who turns out we're probably the two luckiest marines on earth that day. And they assumed their post at the entry control point at joint security station. Nassar in the Sofia district of Ramadi Iraq. A few minutes later. A large blue truck turned down the alleyway. The alleyway was no more than one hundred yards in length and sped its way through the serpentine of jour- concrete jersey walls. The truck stopped just short of where the two were posted and detonated. Killing them both catastrophically. If you know what combat is like, you know, what I'm talking about. When I say catastrophically. Twenty four brick masonry houses were damaged or destroyed by the blast. A Moscow one hundred yards away collapsed. The truck's engine came to rest two hundred meters away knocking most of a building down before it stopped. Are you guys are explosive guys reckon the blast was made of at least two thousand pounds of explosives. To died. Then because these two young infantrymen didn't have it in their DNA to run from danger one hundred and fifty men fifty US marines and one hundred Iraqis were saved..

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"ramadi" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

Jocko Podcast

04:53 min | 3 years ago

"ramadi" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

"Makes sense to any kinda gotta tell the truth to yourself because he'd like you could answer the Email later or at another time, not dinnertime or whatever. Got to be truthful. That's what I found anyway helps that's why you don't return. My emails on time. Next question. Was there a time during your service in the teams that stood out above the rest in would you mind sharing a brief story not before heard on your podcast? Well, obviously the time in the team's was being tasking bruiser in the battle of Mati. That's pretty straightforward. Something that I haven't. I don't think I've talked about on the podcast, but. It. It definitely is something that I remember very clearly that is when when seal team five came in to take over for us. And so this was in October of two thousand six and seal team five task unit from seal team five came in to take over for us. And we're doing the turnover with them meaning where explaining to them the battlespace and it takes a couple days for all of them to arrive arrive in bits and pieces. And so we're doing the turnover. But once they were all there. I did a turnover brief with them the whole group. And as a matter of fact, Marcus Latrell was in this group and this was after. He had gone through what he'd gone through. I just saw Marcus the other day, and we were talking about this. I couldn't believe he was in Ramadi after what he went through. This was not long after. There. He was in Ramadi as platoon leading petty officer and. It was his group of guys. And I remember one thing I just I just remember was looking at them. And I was telling them. You are going to take casualties. And. That sorta like that thing you see in the movies, or I've talked about it read it in books about Vietnam where you had guys that were coming in country, and they got new camouflage uniforms on they're all clean cut. And there's the guys that are getting ready to go home. And those guys at that time. Seals deploying into a situation seals the point situations. They're kind of unknown at least up until this point. It was like, okay. Well, we're going we're going to do missions. We don't have bad. It's going to be it might be. It might not be that sort of was the standard those guys that were coming into Ramadi that relieved USS Ramadi, they knew the senior enlisted guys one of my very good friends. Those guys new one hundred percent they went to Mike source fuel and then got on a plane came over they knew one hundred percent. And so for me, I won't forget looking at this group of guys that were about to start a six month deployment and telling them you are going to take casualties, and that was just a blonde on his truth and. They did take out. They didn't lose anyone. They had no one killed, but they took some very very severe casualties. And did a great job great group of guys. But that was harsh reality to walk into for. Sure. Do one more of these questions before the life question. Go live people. What was your first combat mission? And what was your role? So two thousand three I deployed to Baghdad as a seal platoon commander and the senior enlisted guy. Of my task was already in Baghdad waiting for us. And this guy is an incredible guy. Just as a matter of fact, his wife. Tells him and me that were soul mates. She jealous. But it was this guy just incredible guy, but he'd been on the ground for a while and he'd done the push up in tobacco with the marines. And then he'd come home, and then he was back over and so he was waiting for us..

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