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"seventy fifth ranger regiment" Discussed on A New Direction
"That Jason offers in this book, it will be a life changer for you as well so I hope he will do that. I hope you will make a purchase of this book. And whatever format and do it because I believe that the book is just offering you such priceless. Information to help you grow in every aspect of your life. So Jason Let's talk about that. We're still in this IPAD way. We're still in the first chapter. I love it, so truth us, three hundred pages of notes. So, here's the thing, though because the big, the Big Aha moment for me. Came down to one statement. That's made in this. And that is trust is earned. And given with belief. I and here's. Why felt that? That was so big and of course Andy Rise. Talks more about the trustees, but here's the part that I think people. Do, not understand you have a group of people out there. Who believe that trust is completely earned. You cannot. Right and I keep saying to people Woah Woah. Wait, wait, wait wait. If Trust is earned, give me your list and I will do every single thing on your list and at the end of the day. You still have a choice whether you want to give me, trust. Yes exactly so now you throw in the word belief man. You sound like I gotta take a risk when it comes to trust. Help me out here. Yes definitely so I'll give it back story and this also in chapter one you've you've read it when. Major petted essentially asked me what am I top three leadership lessons. In Life, and I scrambled to think of the top three, and I felt like they were pretty solid answers, but one in particular was. When I was at West Point. And I was getting ready to graduate become a commissioned officer for the first time. It's pretty common for cadets West Point. Students to ask and CEO's noncommissioned officer officers are mentors people that they trust. Hey, would you tell a brand new second tenant reporting to his unit for the first time? How Kanat Lieutenant succeed can give. Advice to mentorship will what would you say? And almost like a knee jerk reaction to a man. I mean literally like everybody says this trust. Your NCO's now for those aren't really familiar with the military. The NCO's noncommissioned officers kind of your blue collar. Guys, right hand, man guys get things done right. And so I, said Okay Great. Easy easy enough and I did that throughout my career and Brian Pettit. He said well. You know what Jason. How's that worked out for you and I thought back and honestly I said. Not, that well, and he said well listen Jason. Here's the thing they're. They're good NGOs and bad. NCO's in the military just like they're good. NCO's impedance IOS in the special forces, same thing with officers, good officers, bad officers. They exist you know so? Here's what I want you to do. I? Don't want you to trust. IOS And I was aback. I was like so that goes against everything I've ever heard from every leader up. Trusted or believed in or you know I've. mentored me like your. Let me clarify that statement. You say, do not trust your CEO's. And I thought about that, and he said listen Jason. Why would you blindly follow someone just because they have three chevrons and a couple of rockers on the rank insignia. You know he's like that's ludicrous. Don't trust someone because they have a sergeant in front of your name. Your NCO's need to earn your trust just as you need to earn, there's so at some point you're going to trust you know for example. Guys named Mike Daniels. You're going to trust Mike Daniels because you as a person, he has proven himself to you, and he has earned that trust and vice versa so only after you trust him, Mike Daniels as a person. Can you truly begin to trust Mike as Sergeant Daniels? So rushed the. What he's trying. Explain to me what he did. Explain to me and he says you need to take a risk. You need to take that uncomfortable leap of faith and believe in that person believe in Mike Daniels I you to believe that you can eventually trust him. And he said does that make sense and I felt pretty confident, I said actually does it actually makes a lot of sense to me and so, how do you do that and he says? You have to give them actionable trust building activities, so it's always. Believe and in verify trust and verifies kind of what we're going for. The trust goes both ways isn't just like. Oh, can I trust you? Can you. Can you trust me? Can you trust me Bryant Pettit? You. Give me things to do so I can show you that you can trust me and that's how this relationship is going to be built. It's going to be built on trust them. which by the way you make a point? Great Point in later on when you say the biggest difference between elite military units and businesses shared culture. That culture is built on trust. You know when Corporate America Talks About Trust. So I started laughing I go. Yeah, we don't. We really don't talk about corporate. America about trust. If anything we talk just the opposite though we. Yes! It's about. Where's my next paycheck? It's like Oh, I'm Jay now. One hundred dollars an hour. Oh, I can maybe work with Mike he's him. You hundred dollars an hour and I'm gone. You know what I mean. There's no there's not you know. There's no culture there. It's just like we're jumping from from job to job paycheck to paycheck in the trust. Is An established, and that's the she people say. What's the difference in the civilian world in the military? Tell them and it's in the book you just you just added the biggest difference between these elite military units as you know I with the Green Berets and businesses is a shared culture and at culture the foundation it's built on trust and nobody in corporate America. I mean. Maybe there's a few I'm not gonNA stereotyping, but nobody is talking about trust. And Trust like what major petty shows, it is effectively welcoming of valuable new employees. Me reported about you for the first time reporting to him. Clearly, said expectations establishing effective indication. Letting me know that I'm both valued and valuable, and he believes in me right off the Bat, right? You know what I mean and I said before like. You know also the book whenever somebody a coach, a mentor leader. Somebody said Jason I believe in you. Man? That's all I needed to here I. Work My ass off for you. You know what I mean like I. I will prove to you that you made the right choice in believing in me now that's that's what goes through my mind. Yeah listen. I. I'm right with you on all this because I've yet to see, I've yet to see a TV. Show on, know corporate. Trust A so. I haven't seen that yet, so. Let's. Adam Sandler movie business ethics. Yeah Right. So let me about to, and it's called the team with Stephen Miller and he was a retired army, special forces Green Beret officer. He also served as an army, ranger in the Seventy Fifth Ranger Regiment prior to that he was a navy seal and His story is he gets. He pulls something from his experience doing his bud training seal, skilled seal school basically buds, and then he realistically army researchers, and then eventually green berets after nine eleven. And he he talks about maintaining the mission first mindset. What is that? And why is that so important? Yet Steve as a really interesting story like you said it always was really impressed with with Steve. Always considered him a good friend. He was a navy seal. He got out became a civilian and then. Knighted hit. He wanted to rejoin the seals, but this is an officer and they told him no. You couldn't do that, so he said well I'm going to join the army that become an officer, so he did. He went to ranger school became a ranger, and then he went to the special forces selection. In qualification course and became a green beret, and so it was quite a bit older than me when When I met him at Tenth Group..
"seventy fifth ranger regiment" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"The third battalion. Seventy Fifth Ranger Regiment for his actions. During the battle, which lasted over eighteen hours, he was awarded the Bronze Star medal with Valor Mac continued to serve way beyond the battle of Mogadishu and eventually became the officer in charge of the seventy. Fifth Ranger Regiments Pre Ranger. Which helped train future leaders to pass that Grueling Army Ranger School Matt is now a motivational speaker on leadership is just a tremendous honor for me to have on the podcast mad as a hero, and of course, a first-class father. Matt Eva's men will be here with me and just a few minutes, so please stick around for the interview and today's interview. WIT-. Matt has been was recorded on video, and is available for you guys to watch Youtube Channel if you'd like to watch the conversation between myself and the army. Army Ranger Legend please subscribed Youtube Channel Incas into description of today's podcast episode, and that is the second hero from the battle of Mogadishu to join me here on the PODCAST, so if you're a big fan of the movie black, Hawk down like I gotTa flip it back episode to forty three and listen to my interview with night, Stalker Pilot Mike Durant Mike was flying. The Second Blackhawk helicopter was shot down the Somalia that day back in nineteen ninety-three, he was captured and held hostage for eleven days before being released. Released and I gotta be honest guys. It still amazes me that I've had the opportunity to speak with these incredible men. It's one thing to interview the greatest sports legends of all time, but I cannot even begin to express how humble Diane they interview the heroes of our American military. If you look back through the Archives of the show, you'll find my interviews with a whole bunch of navy. Seals Green Berets four medal of honor recipients, and even a few Goldstar parents. I am forever grateful for their service and I. I pray to God, that I am living and will continue to live a life worthy of their sacrifice, so let's show it to it right now, and as always guys. Please tell me spread the word about this podcast. Every father in your neighborhood in your contact list. Let them know about the show. It's celebrating fatherhood.
"seventy fifth ranger regiment" Discussed on Mentors for Military Podcast
"I think I think I'm a decent writer. And you know I have an understanding of the special operations community that she came from. So I think I'm kind of uniquely positioned to hopefully do it as good as one could possibly do it so I thought the article was amazing. Actually and I think it highlighted a lot of what maybe people I didn't know about her in the past from the special operas because I think initially when the story came out nothing was really said about her role what she did or anything else it was it was just hurt. Her name was there. As part of you know the the Ford guys and everything and it was much different and told very differently whenever ever you publish the article and everything you know then then everybody started understanding. Oh Wow okay now. I'm starting to get this pitcher you know and and we talk a lot about you know in previous episodes about women and special operations and I mean and it's been going on for a long period of time in various roles But it's really good to you. See a story like this get highlighted from you know the way it was in in portrayed the way it was I'm one that's actually looking forward to reading the book because article was amazing. Thank you and yeah you know to that point Shannon was what you know. This is what we tried to tell publishers. And you know Shannon was a woman in special operations before women. Men were in special operations. She was there before anybody started talking about it before it started being brought up in the what was it around two thousand eleven two thousand twelve. That really started coming into the national national consciousness. She'd been doing it for you. Know Me. And her served in the same task force back in two thousand seven unbeknownst to me at the time now reeling on but yeah I mean she's got pictures in the same you know I can really see my two up above where she's standing in one of her pictures and she's got a group photo. Oh right in front of the little place you know. It was called Camp Lewis I've got a group photo right in front of the same sign. I mean just is incredible and so she was out there doing the stop in. She had You know the Iraqis they they all all the Iraqi special operators. There was like a debbie. It'll be called the legendary Shane and Kim did he. Were talking about this. Red headed chick from America who could speak better Iraqi than them in the specific dialects and was rolling out with like earned one other due to go roll around Baghdad do source meats like by them you know like just these incredibly ballsy things that nobody really understand Dan what she was doing and then she you know when do a lot more like the direct action role in two thousand ten for her deployment to Afghanistan work alongside seals. And you know obviously I kind of inferred in the article will go into a little bit more depth than the book but ended up at you know a a special mission unit that not a lot of people have heard of out there you know everybody's sort of seal team six in Delta Force. She was a part of a different. You Know Kinda corner of that world Just absolutely breaks the mold. Hold on what people because I think most people I think about women's special operations right now they think The cultural support teams. Yes and things like that and you know I think those are great You know value add to the mission Russian especially counter back. SF working through in with mission. I think that's a great addition but Shannon was you know. I don't think many people realize that there were people bowl like Shannon out there doing the things that she was doing and You know the thing that I tried to explain his. You know I watched a UNIVAC. Wonder woman came out in theaters others. You know my my wife and my sister went to that together. They walk out that with tears in their eyes about. Finally there's a female protagonist on on the screen. That's like bad ass. You know with this I I can't help but think like why does it take a made up character. Comic Book Character to to be that person to be that bad asks female protagonists like I want this book to be something that I can give to my daughter in You know give to my sister given my in like this is a real life wonder woman which is the real deal. This person existed wasn't just it didn't come out of a comic book writers imagination. This was a real human in Sadly Asto be received as well she was one and she was the only one we you know that type of thing. It'll never be widely accepted for probably a number of years because because like you said it's usually tea rose. That's all they look at it. They never want to talk about anything. Allison of course you know our military doesn't talk about it because that's not something the thing that we went out there right so your book's going to really bring something Ford. While at the same time frame. I believe it's going to be here within the short timeframe if not already already we're going to have our first. Potentially our first female Special Forces Green Beret. And there's others already within the pipeline so so over time. This is going to become a lot more. You know acceptable. I guess if you will and stop when Moore start coming out when news starts coming out more about it your your book will be the one. I think that'll be the like what people will go to Sorta like The the the story of the CS tease this out there. Air GOTCHA. Why can I think of the name right now as like Yeah Ashley Story? So you know that book. They're open the door for people to understand about CS. Ast and that there were women within the fight serving long rangers and Delta and seals over there in Iraq and Afghanistan during the early days. I mean those are incredible stories to I've talked to so the CFC's they came in. They started being used in At that level a little shortly after I left Ranger Battalion so I never had any personal interaction with myself. But I've had more than a few friends that have worked with them. And specifically you know actually why Jennifer Marino and some of these others literally Sabe Ranger lives on target. You know There's some there's some pretty cool stories out out there But you know I know at least for what I'm diving into here with Shannon. I'm I'm psyched about it. I'm I you know it's been awhile since I've have done a book and I'm excited to be back in that author again it. It's kind of weird to be like all excited about this because it's happening because somebody died a mother a wife a daughter like you know somebody. That was a real Force multiplier for the military for the special operations like this is an incredible audible person that we lost dubbing sat. I can't change that so I am. I am excited to be able to tell this story and to be able to. Hopefully you know put a role model out there. That people can look up to you. Know even posthumously. Now I want to go to one of the posts that you recently had on your social media that reflects more you're on you and your time in combat and especially with the Seventy Fifth Ranger Regiment. And you know you started you know kind of sharing that over time. You've began Dan to forget a lot of the stories. A lot of the people that you served with or the things that happened along the way and what I said to you at that time frame was well. That's probably a good thing in some ways right because you know you're not always remembering all the bad. It's not something that you know sticking with you but there's also some of these good stories that is starting to slip away and you started journaling. Lot More to help remember those things and I thought it would be really good to kind of talk about out that because there's really two sides of this whole thing you know there's the side that we we Kinda WanNa forget but yet there's also this other side that's healthy for us to remember and reflect on those individuals that we end up serving with. Yeah it's strange that This is talk talk about now. I was somebody younger brothers. A paramedic now works in Minneapolis. Send in the rough part of town in Minneapolis in the things he sees as a paramedic or just I mean honestly at least in quantity dwarf what I saw in combat. You know The stuff that he's doing day in and day out and he said something to me the other day overtaxed that are really stuck with me. I wish my eyes would forget the things that I see and Or I wish that I would remember the things things that my eyes see her. You know something to that effect. That really struck me and so I think that there is definitely two sides to this. That being said he's been writing stuff down a lot four. I wish I would've wrote more. I wish I would have known I was going to be a writer one back when I was you know in battalion. But there's a it's not so much. I think people assume that the only thing that happens in war is bad things or things that you don't WanNa remember. I think a lot of people people have this field like. Oh well my grandpa never wanted to talk about World War Two so it must've just been terrible. I guarantee grandma just thought. Yeah you know. It's too complicated. I can't yeah and and maybe does bring certain bad memories to try to explain grandkids or something. I Dunno guarantee a GRANDPA had plenty of stories. That he's still you know joked around with his buddies as in the basement of the BEF W with you know like the there is a lot of really positive stuff that happens. You know some of the closest relationships you'll have forged in war in combat in the military in general Obviously at least in Modern Day Times war is only one part of the military experience that you know. You don't go away for for you know for four years at a time like you did back. Then it's now it's you know you're you're back and forth your Figo added for long enough and and so yeah. I wish would've wrote more back than I wish I. You know I'll get into these conversations now with people that served with will bring L. Age. Remember this Schick Schick. I completely forgot about that. And you don't even realize that you're forgetting when it happens because I even at this point out like what the heck happened. In between it was like one day I was taken you know my beret off and on my way up to New York from Savannah and before I know it I'm here with a you know who probably couldn't run run arranger standard good five mile anymore and and oh my gosh. It's been in a couple of weeks ago December. It was exactly ten years from the time that I returned from my last combat deployment ten years where the fog time go. This is a swearing. PODCAST which you know. That's that's that's how you feel you know and you start to forget these the things you know like man I I wish I could remember all them. I wish I would have wrote more back then because even if I start writing now certainly I should start writing now because you know I'll well if I if I'm already forgetting stuff at this point all forgotten even more another ten years from now so better late than never I think. I think that's a good message for anybody out there. That's that's listening to. It's better late than never start writing your memories down but You know you just don't even realize man it's been ten years in all the stuff that you've already forgotten just the little things you know. Little things that I I was actually reminded of when I go back over these embeds and you know that cruncher they p rock on your boots appear rockets. All over these these jobs you know You Know Surf and turf and I'm going to the de facto and the things that they do on the holidays and some things just something haven't changed That kind of brings back all that stuff. I've actually announcement embeds even ran into a couple of guys I was with not knowing they're they're in the deep act. Like Oh shit like this is a this is strange man like last you know So it's it's it's really started to weigh on me a little bit more especially as I've gotten more underwriting and realize the value writing stuff down and realize the the value of having stories and remembering the little details in the things that really do round out a story you know. People don't have a hard time remembering the high points in the low points you know those those host moments it's the stuff in between that starts to fade. You know And I think that's the stuff that you know. I try to help people like you whether you think you're right or not sit down. Hey remember Just you know five senses. What did you smell? What did you see? What were you hearing? You know that's GonNa Start bringing back a lot of stuff you know Whether it was the best times of the worst of times. That's GONNA help. That's that's a starting point. That's a foundation. Then he can kinda start. Start to fill in the blanks from there but Yeah I think it's really important. I've had a lot of people. Tell me that that have taken up writing that a static You know I don't know for.
"seventy fifth ranger regiment" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Heels army Rangers climbing to jagged, cliffs of Narbonnais point to hawk to honor the men who scaled him seventy five years ago when the value d day assault. Elderly veterans looked on Wednesday as members of the seventy fifth ranger regiment started pulling themselves up on ropes one by one ninety six year old British veteran, Richard Thomas Pelzer says he's content in thinking back to what he did seventy five years ago. Because simply reasons this. I shocked youth. The youth today can enjoy the youth parachutists will be jumping from C, forty-seven transporters in World War, cutters, and other aircraft Virginia's Republican House, speaker is calling the democratic evidence call for a special session on gun control, hasty and suspect in the wake of Friday's mass shooting in Virginia Beach speaker, Kirk Cox says it's more likely to inflame political tensions than produce real changes that keep people safe, democrat governor. Ralph north is proposing a series of gun control measures in response. Cox says the GOP will seek tougher punishments for people who commit acts of violence Cox's statement says Republicans will put forward a package of legislation to stiffen penalties for those who use firearms to commit crimes. He says addressing gun violence starts withholding criminals responsible for their actions, not infringing on the constitutional rights of law abiding, citizens Keith Peters, Washington. The Florida deputy who failed to confront again during last year's parkland massacre has. Been arrested Scott Peterson faces eleven charges including child neglect. Culpable negligence and perjury. Stemming from the February fourteenth two thousand eighteen shooting Peterson was at the Marjory stoneman Douglas, high school, but never went inside in a rebuttal to Commission's report last month. He just claimed he had acted as he had been trained on reporting that shooting killed seventeen people and wounded seventeen others more of these stories at townhall dot com. When it comes to your pain, many of.
"seventy fifth ranger regiment" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Patrick, 'cause he was RV writers are climbing jagged, cliffs of Narbonnais point to hawk to honor the med who scaled them seventy five years ago, and value d day assault. Elderly veterans looked on Wednesday as members of the seventy fifth ranger regiment started pulling themselves up on ropes one by one ninety six year old British veteran, Richard Thomas Pelter says he's content in thinking back to what he did seventy five years ago. Because the simple reasons. I shocked youth. So the youth today can enjoy the youth, parachutists would be jumping from C forty-seven transporters in World War, Two colors, and other aircraft Virginia's Republican House speaker is calling the democratic governors call for a special session on gun control, hasty and suspect in the wake of Friday's mass shooting in Virginia Beach speaker, Kirk Cox says it's more likely to inflame political tensions than produce real changes that keep people safe, democrat governor. Ralph Northam is proposing a series of gun control measures in response. Cox says the GOP will seek tougher punishments for people who commit acts of violence Cox's statement says Republicans will put forward a package of legislation to stiffen penalties for those who use firearms to commit crimes. He says dressing gun violence starts withholding criminals, responsible for their actions, not infringing on the constitutional rights of law abiding, citizens Keith Peters, Washington. The Florida deputy who failed to confront him and during last year's parkland massacre has. Been arrested Scott Peterson faces eleven charges including child neglect. Culpable negligence and perjury stemming from the February fourteenth two thousand eighteen shooting heater Sohn, was that the Marjory stoneman Douglas, high school, but never went inside in a rebuttal to Commission's report last month. He just claimed he had acted as he had been trained shorts Lonnie reporting the shooting killed seventeen people and wounded seventeen others more of these stories at townhall dot com. When it comes to your pain. Many of you might be skeptical.
"seventy fifth ranger regiment" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Barracuda your journey secured on has identified Americans killed in Syria. Thirty-seven-year-old army green beret, Jonathan farmer of Boynton Beach, Florida and the fifth special forces group was one of four Americans killed in a suicide attack in Syria Wednesday it marked deadliest attack against US forces in Syria since they first deployed there in two thousand fifteen thirty five year old navy chief, Shannon, Kent of upstate New York was also killed alongside an intelligence agent. Scott words, have Saint Louis, Missouri. The Pentagon also announced the death of twenty six year old. Army sergeant Cameron medic of Spearman Texas who died Thursday after being shot during a raid in western Afghanistan. Saturday medic serve in the elite seventy fifth ranger regiment at the Pentagon, Lucas Tomlinson. Fox News White House announced new President Trump behold. A second summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Wu near the end of next month to try to convince him to end the north nuclear program. The president and Kim I met face to face last year in Singapore. More bad news for our Kelly R Kelly reportedly cut ties with Sony after the record company refused to release his latest album, according to black sports online billboard reporting, the two have gone their separate ways as well. The news comes even two weeks after the lifetime documentary surviving R Kelly which seatown allegations of sexual misconduct against the singer which have plagued Kelly since the beginning of his career. But are now picking up traction after the documentary with one of his former managers surrendering to police on charges. He made terroristic threats against. A family member of one of the singers alleged victims. Michelle Pollino, Fox News, a British art dealer says he's bought a mural stencil by street artists. Banks the garage wall and Wales more than one hundred thousand pounds the artwork shows a child playing and falling ash from a dumpster fire an apparent reference to air pollution in steel town of port Talbot. I'm Lisa lacerra. And this is.
"seventy fifth ranger regiment" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty
"Slash chaps as dollarshaveclub dot com slash chaps. Sad story coming out of Afghanistan, which I'm not laughing about laughing. They lost Kate again. We'd alight she's been high the lights keep going out. I mean, there was a store that came out of Afghanistan, sad, which seems to be what happens in Afghanistan is something but sad shit all the time. There is a military working dog who has assigned with the green berets believe are no the seventy fifth ranger regiment shot out all hog juvenile well than oil though, a US army military dog was killed in a recent clash in Afghanistan in which in American soldier has also died. Military officials confirmed after dogs. Unofficial biography began circulating on social media. The dog named Neko insurgent LASSO who was also signed the seven seventy fifth ranger regiment. Second battalion whose death was previously reported in. We we talked about him before as well. The seven the seven year old dog. Was leading the raiders into a compound when at least one militant fired at him revealing the militants position which the Rangers targeted according to the biography of the dog the action of make his directly saved the life of his handler in the Rangers involved during the clearance. A spokesman for the seventy fifth ranger regiment at Fort Benning, Georgia so that they are still trying to determine the unreleased unauthorized biography for the multipurpose canine, but it was accurate the biography than purported to be a photo of the Dutch-born dog a Dutch board dogs conduct shepherd. That's why they shouldn't let these people do. This is a Dutch shepherd is what it was a Representative of the site declined to say how they got the materials we mentioned this not just because the dog was heroin because I got there are somebody that tag ni is something that a dog could get like a medal of honor for bronze star valor in the answer. There is no they can't does unlike military like if you go into the police world dogs can be awarded. Thanks because the dogs are protected as officers they are actually like off. Thirds of the law. The dogs are sworn in. They have like the same rights in persons. That's why he tried to kill a police dog. You can get the same sentences. If you killed like a police officer in the same exact sentence in the civilian world that doesn't exist in the military. They are listed as an item of gear like item of gear just like a camel pack is there's no difference that feels wrong to me. I it makes sense in a way that they are attached to a person like gear because if air partner than you travel around that's just not the way the military. Does it and they don't do it. As like saying that the dog is not valuable by any means. But because the dog is listed as a piece of gear. They don't get medals. Now, I've known dogs like tons of dogs that have come back with injuries. We have this little ceremonies where we give him a purple heart and things like that. But there's no actual metal that can be awarded to a dog for bravery. Okay. But do you agree with that? I mean, do you agree that they should be treated as a piece of gear when there are living breathing beam? I know they're an animal, but nonetheless, it still a living. Being I do and for this reason, this reason alone because if it comes down to a soldiers, sailors, airman, Moraine or coast guardsmen that you're going to risk their life before like situation, I've been in places where you will release your you never tell a soldier really in harm's way. Like Kay, go out here without any real protection. And go look for these minds that are on the ground right without the proper gear all proper training and things like that. No, sure..
"seventy fifth ranger regiment" Discussed on KOMO
"The collusion or may have struck any debris that came from the vehicle to contact us at the state patrol with anything may have seen. Carleen johnson. Komo news. US army's now saying friendly fire from Afghan troops killed a soldier from Leavenworth. We get the update from komo's Corwin Hake skate high highschool in Leavenworth held a moment of silence yesterday for army ranger sergeant Leandro Janssen Landau to his friends a twenty twelve graduate who was killed in Afghanistan early Saturday. The army says the twenty five year old was shot. Accidentally by the army's Afghan partner force during an operation to eliminate Al Qaeda militants. According to the army's statement, the accident occurred when the partnered force became engaged in a close quarter battle Jessica enlisted in the army two months after graduating from cascade high. He was serving his third deployment to Afghanistan as part of the seventy fifth ranger regiment out of joint base Lewis mcchord Corwin Hake. Komo news time ten oh. Three and. After ten years of the Seattle city council. Sally beg shod she won't seek reelection next year. In a statement this morning mayor Jenny Durkan called Bagshaw a key partner on council has Bagshaw headed the budget committee, helping to secure Durkan's thousand nineteen budget for passage with few changes, former FBI agent Queen Anne resident Evita Jabali will seek to fill that district seven seats talking to people in Seattle talking to residents talking to people on the street. I I just think that we're ready for a real change real change in terms of progress councilman Rob Johnson also announcing he won't run again after a single term coming out calling all cruise we need you. I'm Brian Calvert. With one of the earliest recruitments for a new class of wildfire. Cadets type check.
"seventy fifth ranger regiment" Discussed on KOMO
"Is complete a soldier from Leavenworth who died in Afghanistan. This week was killed by friendly fire. According to a statement from the US army's good more on this from komo's Corwin Hake. Army ranger sergeant Leandro Jansa was killed in Afghanistan. Early saturday. The army says the twenty five year old from Leavenworth. Washington was shot accidentally by Afghan partner forces during an operation to eliminate Al Qaeda militants. This means sergeant Janssen's death was a case of friendly fire. The army is calling the death a tragic accident. It says there are no indications sergeant Jessica was shot intentionally Gasol was on his third deployment to Afghanistan. He was a team leader assigned to company a second battalion, seventy fifth ranger regiment based at joint base. As force Lewis mcchord. He graduated from Leavenworth cascade high school in two thousand twelve he enlisted that August Corwin Hake. Komo news. And here's what's coming up after we check traffic. I'm Brian Calvert. With one of the earliest recruitments on record in order to protect state forest land. At five. Oh four. Let's get you on the road. Our KOMO AAA traffic. Good morning. Kierra and good morning MandA and Greg. So it's another morning with a lot of wet roads of lease the watching those speeds, we don't have any blocking problems right now though, but we do have slow going on northbound I five between highway sixteen and the Tacoma dome. Eastbound five twelve already building between the mall and the fairgrounds then northbound one six seven busy around the Sumner area. You'll also find some more crowding at highway eighteen southbound I five seeing the typical lineup at the Boeing freeway in Everett, and we have brake lights westbound US two at the West End of the trestle. Watch Africa five fourteen traffic. This time is brought to you by Pacific northwest ballet Pacific northwest Ballet's nutcracker..
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"And portions of the Newt sack river in what county KOMO news learning that a twenty five year old J B L M soldier from Leavenworth was killed in Afghanistan yesterday. The defense department saying sergeant Leandro a s Chazal died while battling enemy forces in the cause rod district judge was assigned to second battalion, seventy fifth ranger regiment at J B, L M and a family of four went missing on their way home. From a relative's house the day after thanksgiving university of North Dakota. Police tweeting photos of the missing family alongside several other police and fire departments relatives. Also spread the word through Facebook that the family was traveling from Caldwell Idaho to Montana. It was yesterday morning that authorities issued another tweet announcing a family had apparently died in a car crash, and it was a busy time on area roads yesterday, especially on I five a woman killed yesterday afternoon in a multiple vehicle crash that caused early backups on I five near Federal Way state troopers and medics responded to the scene on southbound five just south of highway eighteen about thirty five. Multiple vehicles were involved a guard rail punctured, a vehicle seriously, injuring a woman in her sixties who was a passenger and turned out to be the wife of the driver. Lifesaving efforts were unsuccessful. She was later pronounced dead. The husband was not hurt state patrol say they found no signs of drugs or alcohol involved. An for sports we've got Seahawks in Charlotte right now. About to take the field to play the Panthers. And we've got a Pac twelve championship now for the huskies this coming Friday against Utah will start to broadcast right here at twelve noon. The kickoff show with your host guard Swanson as we are the home of the huskies. Komo news. Time is ten. Oh.
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"Storm, lashes Florida on Lisa Brady Fox News flood warnings parts of south Florida from Gordon named earlier today and expected. To, dump, as, much as eight inches, of rain heaviest rain stretching just across south Florida central Florida farther to the north. Isn't going to see a lot of this rain this will eventually move back over the Gulf strengthened a, little bit more and hit the northern Gulf Coast but the heaviest. Hours south Florida are happening right now talks meteorologist Adam clots says landfall, is likely late tomorrow night or early Wednesday morning a hurricane watch posted from the mouth of the Pearl River in Mississippi, to, the Alabama Florida line police in San Bernardino California still trying to sort out what happened last night. At an apartment, complex where multiple people were shot oxes Jessica Rosenthal live in, LA police thought that ten people had been shot but after. Some investigating they announced that eight, had, been, shot, two people were in critical. Condition Including a, seventeen year old San Bernardino police say someone showed up to the apartment complex where people were playing a dice. Game and there, is evidence of a, back and forth gunbattle as one officer put it multiple weapons used but getting witnesses. To talk has apparently been difficult there are gangs in the area but police wouldn't immediately attribute any of, this to rivalries Lisa thanks Jessica and apparent insider attack in Afghanistan. Killing one US servicemember wounding another today no other details released yet insider, attack comes one day after a new US commander for all American-allied forces Neff ghanistan took over general Scott Miller the former, head, of joint special operations command responsible for leading elite commando units just as the army's delta force seal. Team six and, the seventy fifth ranger regiment FOX's Lucas Tomlinson at the Pentagon. It's the six American death this year in Afghanistan where the. Combat mission.
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"Tropical storm lashes Florida on Lisa Brady Fox News flood warnings for. Parts, of, south, Florida from Gordon named, earlier today and expected to dump as much as eight inches of rain heaviest. Rain stretching just across south Florida central Florida, farther to the north isn't gonna see a lot of this, rain this will eventually move back over the Gulf strengthen a. Little. Bit more and hit the northern Gulf Coast but the heaviest hours four, south Florida are happening right now meteorologist Adam clots says landfall is likely late tomorrow night or early Wednesday morning a hurricane, watch, posted from the mouth of the Pearl River in Mississippi to the Alabama Florida line police in San Bernardino, California still, trying to sort out what happened last night at an apartment complex where. Multiple people were shot boxes Jessica Rosenthal live in LA at. Least police thought that ten people, had been, shot but after some investigating they announced, that eight had been shot two people were in critical condition including seven Eighteen year old San Bernardino police say someone showed up to the apartment complex where people were playing a. Dice game and, there is evidence of, a back and forth gunbattle as one officer put it multiple weapons used but. Getting witnesses to talk has apparently been difficult, there are gangs in the area but police wouldn't immediately attribute, any of this to rivalries Lisa thanks Jessica and apparent insider. Attack. Ghanistan killing one US servicemember wounding another today no other details released yet, decide attack comes one day after a new US commander fall American-allied forces Neff ghanistan took over general Scott Miller is the, former, head of joint special operations command responsible for leading elite commando units the army's delta force seal team six, and the, seventy fifth ranger regiment FOX's Lucas Tomlinson at the Pentagon it's the six. American death this year and Afghanistan where the combat mission ended..
Second U.S. soldier killed in Afghanistan in a week identified
"Be this time of year take a quick look carson mom better she'll be around that if you're in the middle of the afternoon that's where expected to be generally sunny today tonight a few clouds seventy five tomorrow mostly sunny ninety five sunday few clouds around into the upper nineties upper nineties a had to take us through the early and middle part of next weekend there's no mention of rain urologist ray stagich from the weather channel on san antonio's official weather station newsradio twelve hundred w a eighty eight degrees under partly cloudy skies twelve a one news radio twelve hundred w away i i up though new federal indictments have been handed down in that russian investigation deputy attorney general rod rosenstein announced today twelve russian intelligence officers have been charged with hacking the democratic national committee and hillary clinton's 2016 presidential campaign he says the intention of the hacking was to influence the elections sad part is not a thing america can do about it they probably won't part of the trial the pentagon meanwhile has identified the us army ranger killed during a combat operation in afghanistan yesterday thirty two year old army sergeant first class christopher sali's from summerville south carolina died thursday as the result of any small arms fire in eastern afghanistan's paktiya province along the border with pakistan sali's was assigned the elite first battalion seventy fifth ranger regiment part of joint special operations command us air strikes likely killed dozens of taliban fighters in the battle according to images on social media president trump today now with british prime minister theresa maim praised her is a great leader but then he discussed the state of what's been called the special relationship between the two countries the relationship between our two nations is indispensable to the cause of liberty justice and peace the united kingdom and the united states are bound together by a common historic heritage language and heroes but then he slammed the the prime minister's efforts to get the uk out of the european union said it's jepara jeopardizing trade relations army looking to the future and it will be doing it in austin the new army futures command the first four star commanded a half century will be headquartered in the texas capital a new national weather service jingle reminding drivers to steer clear.
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"All right let's take another call here let's go to brian indianapolis on sirius satellite go right ahead my friend hello mark how you doing that stuff it's kind of a sad day to day the best lady reminds me my grandmother played in walter reed after desert storm i got hurt i was in the third battalion seventy fifth ranger regiment and she came to me and it was like a grandmother to me you know when i didn't know if i was gonna you know make you know i mean i'm in pain you know and and just her touch on my arm made me want to be you know better you know it's it's extremely hard to describe what the touch of her did to my soul and my art it's just amazing i wish there was more people like that in this country today and how you doing brian i'm fine on i'm good i healed up stayed in got sent to somalia got hurt got shit back to walter reed and all i got when i was there during the clinton years was a photo op to try to cover his mistakes up with all his stuff so it's totally it's totally different totally different all right my friend i appreciate your call and god bless thank you for your service well ladies and gentlemen we salute our armed forces police officers firefighters and emergency personnel and barbara bush bushman dt energy we understand that outages are frustrating and we're working quickly and as safely as.
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"News center former first lady barbara bush is in failing health and will no longer seek medical care cbs's demarco morgan has more the former first lady has for decades been receiving treatment for the thyroid condition greens disease early in two thousand seventeen she was hospitalized for bronchitis both she and her husband mr president trump's inauguration last year citing health reasons family spokesperson says mrs bush is at home at houston with her husband of seventy three three years a family statement says she has decided to focus on comfort care police are considering the death of a seventy nine year old man as homicide he was found shot inside his camper parked at ballard's les schwab yes last night cairo seven zebra horn has more they had allowed the man to park in their lot for three to four years he drove away every morning returned every night except when he was hospitalized so when seattle police found him dead inside the rv friday night way too assumed he had died of natural causes then the king county medical examiner determined he was shot first responders say appears the man was had been dead for several days no weapon was found in the camper nearly three hundred awards were handed out amongst members of the second battalion seventy fifth ranger regiment on jbl am friday staff sergeant miles caper received not only the browns are medal of valor but also the purple heart he was commended for helping his fellow soldiers after taking enemy fire in october grenade came through a window about soft my chest and then exploded on the ground near me a total of eleven purple hearts were awarded during the ceremony your weather forecast overcast with lows in the forties tomorrow expect showers and a high of forty nine right now it's fifty degrees in downtown seattle oh i'm dean semen this is kiro radio news ninety seven three fm welcome back to the seattle kitchen show i'm terry roku hats oh i'm.
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"Mao all mergers most exciting radio talk show low savage nature homo order what what and here you winner of the national wallet award muggles level yeah so while he we are talking about a very obscure topic i know means nothing to the average person your concerned about yvonne ca sitting in for donald trump or cosco's neubuerger or roe kellyanne conway on cnn i dunno where she came from again i thought we were rid of her i thought they had they moved to the back ward somewhere and would never see her again but he she is again with new outfits she just won't shut up she won't get off the stage she's embarrassing a self and the trump administration again but i'm going to talk about the death of the navy seals again in this hour because no justice no peace and if you missed the first hour i'm sorry we're talking about those 38 navy seals executed inaction ago rough ghanistan a 2011 and we're asking if trump will reopen the case we know that isis this is close to defeat well there are men who are lying and cold graves returned any right now because of what was done and not done during the reign of terror by barry hussein islamophile look obama and we need to talk about it and i think the best way to talk about it is let those who know more about it than i do talk about it and that would be a retired air force captain decorated by the way highly decorated woman who was a fire control officer in a support vehicle in the air a gunship and she was flying close air support above afghan as dangerous tangy valley assisting troops for the army seventy fifth ranger regiment and they will they will cut a pin down so they called in navy seals to help them while a navy seals came in an old slow turning chinook helicopter and they went right into an ambush and got shot down and killed in an make matters worse all the men in the.