Aired 2 years ago 1:42
ramadi Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
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Aired 10 months ago 37:05
24 | Dang
After his brother was killed in the first battle of Ramadi, Anthony Dang joined the Marines in hope of getting revenge. But, as he found out for himself in the second battle of Ramadi, there is no satisfaction in killing, only in living.
Aired 6 months ago 39:49
EP. 54:1 HONOR IS WHAT LOVE LOOKS LIKE FEAT. JASON & KELSI MURRAY
Grab your tissue and join us for another episode of Kingdom Family Talks. Sometimes freedom has a cost. In this episode, LeifÂ sits with Jason and Kelsi Murray true heroes in our kingdom family. Part One of this Two-Part Series is the personal story of the Murrays and how their lives dramatically changed.Â Shortly after 9/11, Jason The post EP. 54:1 HONOR IS WHAT LOVE LOOKS LIKE FEAT. JASON & KELSI MURRAY appeared first on Global Mission Awareness.
Aired 2 years ago 65:29
GTG042 - Echo in Ramadi
Guard the Guardians with Sean Hansen is the show with one mission: help active military, veterans, first responders, and their families live better lives. You served us, now let us serve you. Please subscribe and share with your friends and family. You can reach out at: Guard the Guardians Website Â In this week's episode we get to speak with Scott A. Huesing, retired USMC Major who was the Company Commander for Echo Company, 2nd Battalion, 4th Marines, during the second battle for Ar Ramadi, Iraq in 2006-2007.Â Scott's most recent book, Echo in Ramadi, details the accomplishments and sacrifices of the men and women under his command. Â Highlights: Scott's journey from enlisted Marine to commissioned officer. Leadership struggles in combat and how to keep combatants focused. Accepting the costs of combat. How to support those in need. Resources: Link to Echo in Ramadi at Amazon.com (Note: this is an affiliate link, which means that GTG will get a small kickback from Amazon for referring you.Â You are welcome to purchase the book through other means.) Link to Save the Brave.org Link to Scott's Facebook page.