4 Burst results for "Ten Thirteen Month"

"ten thirteen month" Discussed on The Foxhole Podcast

The Foxhole Podcast

07:16 min | 1 year ago

"ten thirteen month" Discussed on The Foxhole Podcast

"It's it's it's hard for me. Now. We're as far as so you DMZ. You're over there you're in Vietnam for two years roughly correct. How how long has your because I? Know they are. Nowadays thirteen that's right. Thirteen months nowadays do a little bit shorter and they send you back ten. Thirteen months. That's just insane. Can you talk to us about? a little bit about an operation. Colorado nineteen, sixty six. Quite. Quite possibly one of the bloodiest engagements of the entire war old there was a couple of other ones I it. They. Don't. Stand on nothing nothing operates Colorado. Because I'll tell you we. Seem like the size of football field but around circumference in all dug in and everything it open our border. Heavy equipment and everything like that. Starting the compound. And all of a sudden as they say. The S. broke out area they broke up I've never seen so much. Firepower, at one time all mile I told myself I says I'm bad I'm not back. Is there was just too bad fire. It was almost an possible to get out of that. Out of that circumference. In, we didn't even have a chance to fire. So. Much heavy equipment, several actor. Choked up now. No. Now please you'll free man this is. At this is this is a space Rita to talk about that in just the relentless pressure people don't understand the the relentless sort of when you're being ambushed like that. Oak. That feeling that feeling of being pinned down and like. You know what? What did you do? What we were you like inside your head where you just like praying to God like please give me out of this or was it just like making peace with? Okay. You make your peace and. Pray. I don't care if you're a religious person or not in their crates threat all girl I never did. But I. I was. A social prayer I was playing son of a gun at that time I think was the biggest view, the anybody anybody all those troops are out there. They said, we're not coming out. And a lot of been a lot of them did, but you ask everybody to the man, they probably would sit the same thing. We're all dead right. Right right. And people don't understand the run relentlessness of that and how you know maybe back back in the states, you know people didn't understand because they were getting one-sided news of the of one side of the story. and. They stay fought. You guys they thought it was a you know we could just roll in their much like the war in Afghanistan where they thought we could just roll in their rollout out and take care of it but it's not the you know you can't. You can never underestimate underestimate the enemy and Just something. At, is something that Obviously will With you but. His. One of those things that you realize afterwards, you know you're here for reason. The people I'll tell you what? People over there little kids and unfortunately a lot of kids for two but dot tape. There's a lot of good people lot of good people. You. Know like anything else a lot of good a lot of bad but. Met A lot of good people too so. I got nothing bad to say about those people fat all. You actually ended up helping a kid. I mean a woman, a woman and a child if I'm not mistaken but was how. Do you WanNa talk about that story at all the. Woman. We are right outside July July we're in a firefight. And In the a woman comes. Running out of for. And she's pregnancy. Screaming and the medicines that will refrain to have. A baby. So. Matt's down their. Children the best we could. All, there's gunfire. But he delivered it and she had it right there and we. We. Surrounded him to protect. And they both made it out of there. Okay. She said. She told her the bid that Mesa interpreted wanted to know that was six of us. Want to know our name may also all six. Going give us a nickname your baby. What our names were. Wow. That was kind of kind of a cool thing. As something else. Might. OR MIGHT BE A. Some. With a long nickname over. Yeah. Probably Great Great. To have that, have the energy around your birth do as The mazing, amazing. Nobody there they they have them, but they don't have all the luxuries, the hospitals on. The cleanliness habitability haven't pretty quick and pretty simple. Boom they're gone. It was. Experiencing that. Back. Now sorry. I just wanted to say as far as. The medics over there the Cormon Corbett's arts. Unbelievable They have no Noah heritage for their lives just dodgy in and out trying to save and help people are wounded shot impact but. I have. You ever know. Any those Cormon aisher knit personally yet. Nigeria. Dow Dot on your ear. Yeah. Doctor Shot and I'll tell you what he spoke with the broken and. Broken a language, but he was one of the toughest guy to ever WANNA see at everybody respected for that. But for the job he did like I said He. I'm sure he did almost a the bullets flying left and right never. Be All. Tremendous. A corman is a I I mean. I'm correct me if I'm from kermit communism medic or many naval unable medic-. Yes Yes They go they go with the Marines? It's funny. I almost got I almost got orders. For Fleet Marine Force I would have been a medic in Afghanistan Iraq I ended up getting billed for something else. But that is really something that Is a badge of honor and it's something that not everybody's capable of doing it really isn't because for sure I'm going there you go in there in your priority is to. You know get those. You know when you hear medic new your your your name called, you got that Red Cross on your on your arm or on your you know your Kevlar yes. Your your job is to.

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"ten thirteen month" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"ten thirteen month" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

"On the business and biceps podcast with Cory, Gregory, and John Fosko. He runs the red zone. A mental health and drug recovery agency. Maurice chlorate. Pretty cool intro. Hey, I appreciate you MAURICE. I don't wanna I don't wanna take much your time here. I'd love to dig rate him because you have one of the most fascinating stories in the history of football. And I think your story does a lot of motivating and inspiring people about overcoming adversity and stuff like that. So let's get into it you go to state. You're being talked about is the greatest running back on earth is that some of the most precious times you've ever had in your entire life. One most precious. I would say yes, very notable. I think four for any kid, you know, when you when you playing football, ultimately, you know, go to a premier college in half success. You think is is gold at that. A lot of young guys have and to that went there and to you know, just teammates that were made practice. Our has memories. Even though they were short live those things were those things were better. Then great, you know, they're fantastic and to to accomplish so much in high school, and then immediately go to college in our ten thirteen month span to accomplish you know, what we did in college. You know, I wouldn't trade memories four for the world. And you know, those things happen back in two thousand two and three and you know, still to this day on matter where I'm at around the country. We were I'm able to steal talk about those and at least oppression people that are lasting. Buckeyes fans love you for what you did for them with that being said to thirty thorough thirty thirty came out about you. And it seemed as if the AD wasn't the biggest fan of MAURICE Clarin or he wasn't the biggest fan of possibly the situations were happening is there. Bad blood there between you own Ohio State, or if bygones be bygones since then. Sewri they made it, you know, for the national story came off like, you know, I had a problem with a house state what it was actually just me in a in a tiff between Aflac director and at the time. You take everything context context. You know, you know, he may have felt like he's got slight for me, you had two big egos that were basically going to give each other. And you what culture, you know, power? And you doing what race, you know? I'm I'm inner city black kid who comes and makes his big splash on TV. And then I'm just being totally irresponsible. My power, and then you have him who who's not going to be pushed around our our disrespected by this kid who thinks he owes the university. And so I think if we we both had a chance to do over again that we will do it are we would do it in kind of a where it was. But you know, me, you know, how state we've never directly had problems though, is just a disagreement or. Away of how we do things at eighteen, but you know, eighteen years old, and I'm pretty sure I'm taking eighteen year old and you give him a tremendous amount of power tremendous amount of odd. Just leveraged oversee. We have more people saying yes, rather than no that that that they make the same station. So everything's good between me and Ohio State. Now, I don't make it down as much as I would like to be pet. You know, just a distance from universities about forty minutes from our thirty or forty minutes from my house, but I usually make it to a couple of games a season..

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"ten thirteen month" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"ten thirteen month" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

"Them on the business in biceps podcast with Cory Gregory and John Fosko. He runs the red zone, a mental health and drug recovery agency. MAURICE chlorate. Pretty cool intro. Hey, I appreciate you MAURICE and I, I don't wanna take much your time here at loved the dig rate him because you have one of the most fascinating stories in the history of football, and I think your story does a lot of motivating and inspiring people about overcoming adversity and stuff like that. So let's get into it. You go to state you're being talked about is the greatest running back on earth. Is that some of the most precious times you've ever had in your entire life. One most precious. I would say yes, very notable. I think four for any kid, you know, when you when you playing football ultimately, you know go to a premier college in half success. You know, I think is is is a gold at that a lot of young guys have and that winter and to, you know, just teammates that were made practice. Our had memories, even though they were short lived. Those things were those things were better than great. They're fantastic and to accomplish so much in high school and then immediately go to college in our ten thirteen month span to accomplish. You know what we did in college. You know, I wouldn't trade memories four for the world. And you know those things happened back in two thousand two and three and still to this day on a matter where I'm at around the country, we were, I'm able to steal talk about those at least oppression to people that are lasting. Buckeyes fans love you for what you did for them with that being said to thirty thirty thirty thirty came out about you, and it seemed as if the AD wasn't the biggest fan of MAURICE claret or he wasn't the biggest fan of possibly the situations that were happening. Is there bad blood there between you own Ohio State? Or if bygones be bygones since then. For the story they made it. You know, for the national story came off, like, you know, I had a problem with a house state what it was actually just me in a in a tiff between Nath lake director. And at the time you take everything context context, you know, you know, he may have felt like he's got slighted for me. You had two big egos that were basically going against each other and you didn't culture, you know power and you do what race, you know, I'm inner city black kid who comes and makes his big splash on TV, and then I'm just being totally irresponsible, my power, and then you have him who who's not going to push around our disrespected by this kid who thinks he owes the university. And so I think if we we both had a chance to do over again that we will do it are we would do it in kind of a where it was, but you know me, you know how state we've never directly had problems though, is just a disagreement. Away of how do things at eighteen, but you know, eighteen years old and I'm pretty sure if you taking eighteen year old and you give him a tremendous amount of power in tremendous amount of a just leveraged oversee. We have more people saying, yes, rather than no, that that that they make the same station. So everything is between me and Ohio State now I don't make it down as much as I would like to be, you know, just a distance from universities about forty minutes from our thirty or forty minutes from my house, but usually make it to a couple of games a season..

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"ten thirteen month" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show

The Pat McAfee Show

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"ten thirteen month" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show

"Them on the business in biceps podcast with Cory Gregory and John Fosko. He runs the red zone, a mental health and drug recovery agency. MAURICE chlorate. Pretty cool intro. Hey, I appreciate you MAURICE and I, I don't wanna take much your time here at loved the dig rate him because you have one of the most fascinating stories in the history of football, and I think your story does a lot of motivating and inspiring people about overcoming adversity and stuff like that. So let's get into it. You go to state you're being talked about is the greatest running back on earth. Is that some of the most precious times you've ever had in your entire life. One most precious. I would say yes, very notable. I think four for any kid, you know, when you when you playing football ultimately, you know go to a premier college in half success. You know, I think is is is a gold at that a lot of young guys have and that winter and to, you know, just teammates that were made practice. Our had memories, even though they were short lived. Those things were those things were better than great. They're fantastic and to accomplish so much in high school and then immediately go to college in our ten thirteen month span to accomplish. You know what we did in college. You know, I wouldn't trade memories four for the world. And you know those things happened back in two thousand two and three and still to this day on a matter where I'm at around the country, we were, I'm able to steal talk about those at least oppression to people that are lasting. Buckeyes fans love you for what you did for them with that being said to thirty thirty thirty thirty came out about you, and it seemed as if the AD wasn't the biggest fan of MAURICE claret or he wasn't the biggest fan of possibly the situations that were happening. Is there bad blood there between you own Ohio State? Or if bygones be bygones since then. For the story they made it. You know, for the national story came off, like, you know, I had a problem with a house state what it was actually just me in a in a tiff between Nath lake director. And at the time you take everything context context, you know, you know, he may have felt like he's got slighted for me. You had two big egos that were basically going against each other and you didn't culture, you know power and you do what race, you know, I'm inner city black kid who comes and makes his big splash on TV, and then I'm just being totally irresponsible, my power, and then you have him who who's not going to push around our disrespected by this kid who thinks he owes the university. And so I think if we we both had a chance to do over again that we will do it are we would do it in kind of a where it was, but you know me, you know how state we've never directly had problems though, is just a disagreement. Away of how do things at eighteen, but you know, eighteen years old and I'm pretty sure if you taking eighteen year old and you give him a tremendous amount of power in tremendous amount of a just leveraged oversee. We have more people saying, yes, rather than no, that that that they make the same station. So everything is between me and Ohio State now I don't make it down as much as I would like to be, you know, just a distance from universities about forty minutes from our thirty or forty minutes from my house, but usually make it to a couple of games a season..

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