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WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"travis manion foundation" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

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02:34 min | 1 year ago

"travis manion foundation" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

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"travis manion foundation" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"travis manion foundation" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

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"travis manion foundation" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"travis manion foundation" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"A new there so the referee. cancel the insurance company affiliates price and coverage match limited by state law hi I'm Jay Farner CEO of quicken loans thirty percent of Americans who are planning home improvements of five thousand dollars or more will pay for those renovations with a high interest credit card that may not be a great idea a better idea may be to take cash out of your home with a quicken loans thirty year fixed rate mortgage the rate today in our thirty year fixed rate mortgage is four point one two five percent APR four point two two percent call us today at eight hundred quicken or go to rocket mortgage dot com rates of exchange between eight percent the receive a discount rate cut across information intelligence because when it wasn't enough to six and one hundred thirty to take this station with you wherever you go download the radio dot com app today and listen to this station and over three hundred other stations with the radio dot com that you could favorite your top stations for easy access to receive alerts with breaking this contest opportunities and more to favor the station just click on the heart icon in the upper left hand corner of your favorite stations logo go to your apps store a radio dot com slash download and start listening to day radio dot com. radio dot com station Entercom supports the Travis Manion foundation in their mission to help veterans and families of the fallen. I'm an army veteran I was eight twelve Charlie which is the bridge engineering I was fortunate to be stationed in South Korea also adopted from transitioning out was a little bit difficult for me bill this community and have the camaraderie when you're in the military which is another reason I love the Travis Manion foundation and getting back into that community and not just the military veterans and their families who also sacrifice and a great deal saluting service on intercom Charlie is brought to you by also. north America's leading talk enjoys specialists and by marks being realistic all with the guaranteed offer..

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"travis manion foundation" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

Zero Blog Thirty

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"travis manion foundation" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

"They can find us on Twitter at TM foundation on Facebook on Instagram, all our social media platforms, but go to our website, sign up, become a member and get involved in your community to sue. Great. Yeah, really is a tremendous thing that's going on and like, like Ryan said Sunday, October, seventh is the New York City. Nine. Eleven heroes run. Yeah, I've participated in the last couple. I've also participated in the Travis and Brandon marathon team. I've run the less to Marine Corps marathons in Washington DC representing the. Foundation, and I've also become one of the character does matter shockers for the foundation. So it really is a tremendous thing that's going on in the if not me then who movement. And I've said this before is each individual has a chance hasn't at one point in their lives had that if not me then who moment, right, you know and it doesn't have to be, you know, something profound. It's at that moment. And I say usually at adversity, you know, if not me then who I talk about on nine eleven the three hundred forty three firefighters. The twenty three New York City police officers. Thirty seven port authority, police officers, and the thousands of civilians who were trying to help each other right in those towers. It was there if not me then who moment on that day. I've looked back through the foundation and I've said you at what point of I had my own, if not me then who moments. And so I think this resonates with the with. The people throughout the country resonates with me resonates, and it goes to what the national character Ryan talks about when we were United on that day after nine, eleven, and would like to get back to that and everything that's crazy right now in our country. I think we need to, you know, everybody needs to say, won't if not me, then he'll what can I do to make this a better place. Right? And I think Ryan in the foundation are doing a tremendous job of China, get the spread the word and get this country United again, that is very noble noble mission. So we appreciate both of. Yeah, joining us, Tim. Thank you for your service to our country to your for your service to the city of New York, Ryan. Thank you for working with your family to start the Travis Manion foundation and a big. Thank you to your brother for his sacrifice and all the good that he imparted on this world before he left it. So, yeah, here thinking what a testament Travis and who. He was a person not just incredible, and and also quick shout out to the FBI who has always been such a huge supporter of the troops and vice versa. But I always thought that was such an incredible relationship. And I feel like this story kind of a pit him is, is it for me? I just think it's incredible. So yeah, Tim, Ryan, thank you so much for joining us today. Can I keep making a difference? What go ahead to tell you one last one last thing totally off topic, but you know, Tim, Tim, and did the today show on September. Eleven. You know, I leave for New York and I tell my twelve year old daughter. I'm heading up to New York to do the today show and she's like, I mean, she could care less. I'm looking at my calendar said, oh, I've got, I'm talking my husband. Oh, I've got a interview with barstool sports. Are you kidding. Really. Just open your street cred. The twelve year olds. Thank you guys so much. Thank you..

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"travis manion foundation" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

Zero Blog Thirty

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"travis manion foundation" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

"We run our operation legacy service projects twice a year where we execute hundreds of service projects across the country, and and that's what it's all about. It's one community at a time. I'm making sure that we are leveraging the skills and assets of our men and women in uniform when they're coming home saying, hey, you know, they take off the uniform, but they are still incredible assets to your community. So we want to give them the opportunity to do that and. And beyond that, we also want to make sure that we become a catalyst for change on how we can bridge that civilian military divide. Right? So we just just finishing up our nine eleven heroes runs. These are five k. runs across the country during the month of September. We still have our our New York one in October, seventh, but we'll execute sixty eight runs over the course of this month and bring out about sixty thousand people. And you think about this idea that Tim son was born two weeks after September. Eleventh. He seventeen years old. Now, like when you think about September, eleventh, that's our Pearl Harbor, right? Like each and every one of us know where we were on September eleventh, but we need to make sure that these young kids that are coming up, understand the significance of how that changed the course of our history and importance that that remains within our history. And you think about that sense of unity, we. Had when President Bush stood on that pile of rubble and how our country was so connected at that time. And it took a terrible tragedy like that for us to get to that place would how can we bring back that sense of unity, unity to a country that is so divisive and divided right now. And that's the end of the day what we're trying to do. Right. I mean, and as you mentioned, I mean, seems like now more than ever. We need folks like you guys to to bridge that gap. Maybe not necessarily just between the military and civilians, but just everyone in general. Just bring us back together. Is that for the goals and the steps going forward for the Travis Manion foundation? What do you see as the near future holds for you guys? I think for us, we wanna keep can keep growing our base. We've got over one hundred thousand members across the country and these there's only a fraction of those that represent. Veterans, right? We think we serve about sixteen thousand veterans year, but the rest of our membership. These are just what we call inspired civilians, men and women who who are saying like, hey, I want to get involved. I wanna be part of the process. I wanna do a community project service project in my backyard. I wanna be working with kids and teaching them about service and leadership, and we wanna keep growing that and it's just we want to. We want to make our way into more regions and just keep getting the word out about this idea of how each and every one of us getting back to. It can take those five words if not me then who those are the five words, my brother spoke before leaving for a second deployment at that Philadelphia Eagles game, my husband, you know, joked about pushing him down the stairs. And he said, oh, you know, if I kick you down the stairs, maybe you'll break your ankle and you won't have to go back. And my brother turned to my husband and said, you know what? If I don't go back, some much less prepared is gonna go my place. If not me then who. Well, that those five words that night, but he lived by them each and every day. So how can we take those five words and compel each and every American to have those? If not me then who moments each and every day and so. Awesome. Where can they go to people who are listening? Where can they go to check this out, learn more and participate. They can go to Travis Manion dot org to our website..

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"travis manion foundation" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

Zero Blog Thirty

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"travis manion foundation" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

"For the forty, four, New York City firefighters who were killed an active military service over the core of the history of New York City fire department. So that's what we presented to them and ever since that day. The foundation has brought myself into brought me into their their activities. I've become more involved Ryan and I have become friends and they have been nothing, but gracious to me. They actually explained to me that at one point and Ryan could probably touch on this a little bit better. But I won't point. They actually came to New York to try and find me. Before the book before, while Brian can probably tell this. What was that? What was that like to you? Knew about this gentleman, but you didn't know who he was? Yeah. So you know, right after Travis was killed. I think it was. It was probably less than a year later. My dad said, I want to go to rescue one because it had been such an impactful trip for Travis. We went up to rescue one. We actually had a friend who was a marine who was a firefighter, not that didn't serve rescue one, but had some connections there. So he got us to visit up there. We went up. I took my my husband, my mom, dad, and my youngest daughter, we showed up there and they were incredibly gracious, but we could tell none of them had been the firefighters that had been with Travis. They They were like, were like. oh, I think we remember him, you know? But you know, like, but it it still for me walking away. I was like, well, that was special just to see. I mean, I don't know one, but it's incredible. And there's just something so special about it. And so we left there with that fast forward after meeting in actually getting to meet Tim and being like, this is the guy. Yeah. Well, let's let's rewind. Just a second. What was it like on your urine for you and your father went Tim, sends that Email? What was the reaction? Well, so that came into our general mailbox and I remember our office manager was like orated this to to my dad and I and and just like Tim thought like they thought I was some wacko humans life. I'm not sure if this is legit. And we read it and my dad's like, no. I mean, he knows that Steve's helicopter pilot like this must be the guy, but and true. You know Colonel Manion Marine Corps fashioned kind of sat on it for a little. And how he was going to respond. And then you know, I mean, it was instantaneous once we connected with him and he came to town right away. It wasn't. I knew right away when he came that it wasn't like, hi, we're gonna spend the day with him and that'll be it. You know, there was going to be a friendship there that would continue on and surely has. That's the main thing just grates toy to such a good story and the Travis Manion foundation, the if not me then who, and you. There's so many different avenues that you've taken in that approach. I know one is in small community projects and fixing another is this year. It was a trip to Alaska for gold star families to connect with each other and to do service projects for other people. And there's so many different things at the foundation does. Can you just give a quick overview of of what is? Yes. So our goal at at the foundation is to play a role in. Strengthening America's national character. And we truly believe that our men and women who serve in uniform or the catalyst to make that change. And we wanna make sure that we're giving men women who take off the uniform in opportunity to continue their service right here at home. So we're doing everything from we have over a thousand trained post nine, eleven veterans that are out there, teaching character education to our nation's youth. We presented character education over two hundred fifty thousand students across the country..

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Zero Blog Thirty

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"travis manion foundation" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

"To the firefighter community as well. And that's where we pick up the story with Tim again and Tim, how did you find this book? And where do we go from there? Well, what happens is the my friend, Steve Elliot, and I Steve's a former marine. We would trade books back and forth. I read a book, I'd give it to him, he'd readable. So under he came and gave me this book and he says, you should read this book Clinton side, note proof that marines read. There weren't. We can exist. So Steve gives me the book brothers forever, and I was actually reading it. I was jogging on the treadmill at the gym as I'm reading the book. And one of the things that Colonel Manion had done in the book was he actually talked about travis's visit prior to a second deployment to rescue one. And in the book talks about that a former marine. Gave him the tour and you know the story as it goes as I'm Rena I nearly fell off the treadmill because I go. I remember that night. I was barking yeah. You know they're talking about me. So I call Steve and I said, I'm in the book. He goes, what are you talking about? You're not. In that I said, remember the part where talking about the former, he goes only got it. Is you. And I told my wife and she's like, I remember you telling me about two marines visiting you at the firehouse. So what ends up. I read the book and I was to find out that you know Travis, Brandon had. Had been killed, and I was like, holy, I met this guy. Yeah. So at the back of the book, it says for more information, visit the Travis Manion foundation website. I go on the website and I kind of expecting. I hear about all these different foundations and you think it's, you know, they have a golf outing every year they give thousand bucks to some college kid going off to college, and that's pretty much a lot of these foundations. But then when I realized what this foundation had become very, very impressed with what they had done in about not quite ten years. And what I did was I had contact us. I sent them an Email and I said, you know, to concern, my name is Tim Sullivan on the former marine that was working when Travis came to visit rescue one. And I said, I'm not some nut job. I really am the guy and I, what I do is I talked about remember what I remember Travis, but I talked about what I remembered of the friend that was with him. And I said, you know, I remember this guy. He was a helicopter pilot and to kind of prove myself crazy loon trying to give them a hard time. Right? And I said, look, I just want to express my condolences. I did not know until just now in early twenty fifteen that Travis had been killed. I'm express my condolences. So about a month goes by and I don't hear anything. So I kind of figured off into the nother world and then Colonel Manion received Email back from Colonel Manion. And he says, dear tame, we've always wondered who you are. You know, it'd be great. I'd love to sit down with you and have a beer someday. And my reaction was, well, I like beer. Reaction. I'd love to sit down and have a beer with you also. And then we look into it and it turns out there's a there is a golf outing every year for the foundation, it's around the anniversary of travis's death of usually the last Monday in April or so and Steve Elliot, and I decide we're going to, we'll go down and we'll play golfing will donate to the cause. And when we went down to the Gulf outing, we decided we were going to pay our respects from not just from us, but also from the fire department. Stephen IRA both members of the VFW post. So we came down and we actually the the fire helmet that you see there..

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Zero Blog Thirty

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"travis manion foundation" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

"What were the steps in between that day and then the Travis Manion foundation starting, you know, I often say like, I think the Travis Manion foundation was born the day that he passed because I remember after the initial shock and just like Nadi be able to comprehend like, oh my gosh, she's gone. It was the day of Travis general few days later. My dad pulled my mom and I into their bedroom, and he said, listen, you know, this is the toughest thing where ever going to have to go through and we've lost, you know, the rock of our family, but we have to continue to move forward and not only. Continue travis's legacy, but the legacy of all these men and women who have given their lives in service to this country. And so we made a commitment in that bedroom before we stepped out to go to that we were going to do something and. At the time in two thousand seven, believe it or not go fund me was not around. There were no online giving portals. Our parents friends had actually gone down to the local Bank and they set up a Bank account. And in the newspaper, it said, you know, in lieu of donate or Lua flowers, please send donations to the first Lieutenant Travis Manion memorial fund. And we found ourselves about three weeks after travis's death. When we were kind of like picking up the pieces what happens now, we went down to the Bank and we had several hundred thousand dollars and a man like, wow, okay, this is the start of it and we just hit the ground running from there. And I think that's a testament to I've heard so many stories about him to testament to who he was as a person who apps I was telling them I'm from Chester county than lived in Delaware. But my last name also Manion I have. I have an extra end, but when I was in the Marine Corps, several times people came up to me. I was in from two thousand eight to twenty twelve. But several times marines came up to me and said, did you are you related to Travis? And I didn't know who Travis was. So I finally googled it. I googled who is who is Travis Manion and I read it and I was like, oh, a marine who is way better than me. It's crazy transcend. I mean, obviously the Maria is the smaller, you know, one of the branches, but for him to transcend the Marine Corps for people that know that name really is truly remarkable and whoever asked me always seemed like, are you? They always seemed like, and then they would always tell me how great he was. It was people who just happen to have known him. Usually it was off, but you could tell that they really admired him so that every time I see the Travis Manion foundation out somewhere. I always feel like this little. I don't know. I've always been rooting for it. Fan, so there somewhere? Yeah, silver the second out when we came over from Ireland. Yeah. So. Oh brother. Going on the fact that your brother was so remarkable. There was a book written about him that profiled him and another gentleman and what was that book. So my dad ended up writing a book called brothers forever. Travis was killed in two thousand and seven, and then. In September of two thousand and ten travis's best friend and roommate at the naval academy, Brendan looney, who was a navy seal was killed in Afghanistan and Travis and Brennan are buried next to each other in Arlington. Well, and my dad felt that it was really important to share their story not just to share Travis and Brennan story, but to share their stories, a representation of what this generation of men and women who have stepped up to serve represents and wrote that book and and it got great reviews and hit a bunch of bestseller lists and kind of worked its way not just around the military community, but around the civilian community as well as a really testament to leadership and service and so much so that it got all it's got its way.

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02:17 min | 2 years ago

"travis manion foundation" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

"That's why we recommend Starbucks. We also recommend that you mix decaf every now and then just mix it up a little bit now, but it's not surprising that they're tired. I mean, if you have to get up every day at five AM and you're at work until six, seven o'clock. And then if you stay up when you get home, that's just a bad cycle and then lack of sleep leads to weight gain. You know You what. know, what do you feel goes to the military culture of if I text you or call you at any point you better answer? I don't think that it allows you to get any deep sleep ever. 'cause you're always on call in if you miss those call, you are fucking dead meat, especially, you'll have that. I work at barstool and I have that because I mean my military brain still works in the same way like just because it takes a long time to get ten years of training out of your head. Like if it's working hours, even though Kate night, don't get off until midnight. I'm like, okay, if it's eight o'clock in the morning, my kids left, maybe I'll just grab like thirty minutes more sleep, not going to happen because I'm worried that I'm gonna miss a phone call. That's right. NDA were Erica has called me like maybe three times in three in two and a half years. Yeah. So I just don't think that's going to happen, but I'm still like again, this this phone call, Kim. This is the answer right away yet. No, it's a culture problem overall. Definitely. And you're tired to winner eating doughnuts? Yes, not the best. Yeah, health at all. Paul goes into gather, but I remembered to like you're in the field, you're eating as the what's the first thing everybody did when they got released after being in the field. Go get a shit house meal by. Bye. Good meal. I met. Yeah, it'll be like on. Like you. I don't know, but I kid you not when I when I worked at Quantico my entire diet when I was a single data and marine at the same time, my entire diet was one meal, and I would go at around two o'clock whenever we put the dogs out for training. I didn't have time for breakfast. I didn't have time for dinner really because I was working on paperwork. I would go eat three bacon editors at lunch, a large fry in a drink, and I still only weighed like one hundred sixty pounds because of how much shit you're doing now is just like I gotta get in thirty five hundred calories somehow. Let's just do it in one meal. God bless that metabolism to and then in the army. And I'm sure that's true of any branches..

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03:13 min | 2 years ago

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"Featuring roughly eighteen thousand randomly selected participants across each of the service branches. It showed that almost sixty six percent of servicemembers are considered to be either overweight or obese, holy shit. That's well how many sixty six percent St. six percent based on the military's use of body mass index. Okay. Has a measuring standard. That's ridiculous then because they usually have a little more leeway of your weight and height and all that. Do you want to hear the breakdown? Yes. All right. Get ready. Whichever branch I have. I have an idea, but go ahead, drum roll please. And I imagine this drum to be played with two chicken drumsticks, deep fried. Broken down by service, the army accounts for the highest percentage troop watch. To me at all y. I can can. I guess this can, I guess before we do it? Yes. I wanna guess I haven't seen the article acceptable in the thing. I would say armies, the fattest, I would say, Dennis the navy airforce marines. Okay, but there's one in front of navy there including coastguard in this say, so goes scarred, navy, airforce, marines show. Honestly, I, I would have thought the navy would have been at the top of the list just because of the nature of their jobs and the fact that they are stuck on ships and I have never spent time on a ship, but I had imagined doing on a ship is a lot harder and cons. You know, I would never take shots at the army. That's not what I do on this podcast. Never you've never done that makes you guys not only the lowest apps scores, but also the fattest. It's the fat, dumb guys, faddem guys on the block today for the army. I will say, I feel like the army knew what they were doing and they kind of given a wink to the rest of us. Guess what percent of the army is overweight sixty nine years. Ace. A sexy number of very overweight troops, but I. Chaps I look to you buddy what it what is going on with these NCO's that they are allowing these soldiers to get fatten and dumb baby. The officers who graduated from West Point or more focused on football than training their troops. And you know what? I don't necessarily have a problem with that. You guys are being cranky, maybe it's because you're tired. And this report also talked about legitimately and fat tired. Yeah, if they say the active duty and they just said, hey, everyone is fat and tired. I think America look itself in the mirror be like, yeah, that's that's about, well, they said. Chubby. This study kind of reflects what's happening throughout the rest of America. The army also, though bad look reported the highest rate of sleep concerns with ten point, six percent of soldiers routinely consuming sleeping aids. Interesting. The marines were next airmen sailors rounding that out the marines. I think they only take sleeping pills because they drink so much rip it's, I was gonna start the probably the reason that the army needs, although sleep aids just goes, you know, tobacco caffeine are rampant throughout the military, so it's fries. You need something to bring you down to sleep at night..

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03:06 min | 2 years ago

"travis manion foundation" Discussed on WTMA

"It pushes out profiles and things down to that machine or settings specific to that particular user and so if you are also creating what we call resources like a foul share such as a folder that has data in in there is easier to manage who can have access to that folder when a domain than just simply haven't bunch of computers connected together so anyway all right we're gonna talk for a while now on windows updates this is the topic we haven't talked about it in a while used to spend quite a bit of time talking about updates and we're gonna talk about microsoft's what's going on windows ten they had a new release getting ready to come out in april at the end of april april thirtieth and this is going to be there spring creators update that's coming out they are kind of officially referring to it now is update eighteen of three but the spring creators update so microsoft is putting out basically two major updates and they refer to as feature updates a year now and these updates the way they're trying to approach this is that instead of having like one big update you're going from windows ninety five to windows ninety eight and windows xp and so on and those happening every couple of years they are they are doing these kind of in the little baby steps and twice a year they're coming out with the these feature updates now this is different than the updates that come out the second tuesday of the month called patch tuesday this is basically of a almost a full version of windows is being pushed down to you and so i wanted to spend some time talking about what these creator updates are all about how you get them some things you need to be careful of when it comes to this and i want to also talk to you a little bit about the version of windows that you're using with his home or pro enterprise and so forth and how these updates will affect you so let's take a quick break on the big talker w a and we'll be right back after these messages there's more computer solutions with jimmy melles coming up next on the big talker twelve fifty tma began with five words if not me then who the travis manion foundation has taken those five words and grown them into a national movement the travis manion foundation is dedicated to assisting our nation's veterans families of the fallen and the next generation of young leaders it's about remembering the sacrifices of all the men and women was given their lives.

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5 hidden features of Windows 10 April 2018 Update

The Mark Levin Show

03:06 min | 2 years ago

5 hidden features of Windows 10 April 2018 Update

"It pushes out profiles and things down to that machine or settings specific to that particular user and so if you are also creating what we call resources like a foul share such as a folder that has data in in there is easier to manage who can have access to that folder when a domain than just simply haven't bunch of computers connected together so anyway all right we're gonna talk for a while now on windows updates this is the topic we haven't talked about it in a while used to spend quite a bit of time talking about updates and we're gonna talk about microsoft's what's going on windows ten they had a new release getting ready to come out in april at the end of april april thirtieth and this is going to be there spring creators update that's coming out they are kind of officially referring to it now is update eighteen of three but the spring creators update so microsoft is putting out basically two major updates and they refer to as feature updates a year now and these updates the way they're trying to approach this is that instead of having like one big update you're going from windows ninety five to windows ninety eight and windows xp and so on and those happening every couple of years they are they are doing these kind of in the little baby steps and twice a year they're coming out with the these feature updates now this is different than the updates that come out the second tuesday of the month called patch tuesday this is basically of a almost a full version of windows is being pushed down to you and so i wanted to spend some time talking about what these creator updates are all about how you get them some things you need to be careful of when it comes to this and i want to also talk to you a little bit about the version of windows that you're using with his home or pro enterprise and so forth and how these updates will affect you so let's take a quick break on the big talker w a and we'll be right back after these messages there's more computer solutions with jimmy melles coming up next on the big talker twelve fifty tma began with five words if not me then who the travis manion foundation has taken those five words and grown them into a national movement the travis manion foundation is dedicated to assisting our nation's veterans families of the fallen and the next generation of young leaders it's about remembering the sacrifices of all the men and women was given their lives.

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"travis manion foundation" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"travis manion foundation" Discussed on WCHS

"Appointed an opportunity to work with a veterans service organisation and that's when i first heard about the travis manion foundation i wish to new impressed yeah uh what they did with regards to uh engaging veterans and surviving families and starvation also inspire 2 billion and i began volunteering with them assume after as an ambassador uh which which basically means that i serve as a mentor with kids they'll be talking about what it means to have care or karen and should be a servant leader i am doing community service projects with them so um with my transition out of the corporate sector are just being buried immersed in the better service phased in the bat and then try to spend without actually stood out among the best of these organizations know it's my observation about the foundation there are people who talk the talk of their people to walk the walk i i say the travis manion foundation doesn't talk to talk they walk the walk but because they don't talk to talk nobody knows about them uh i've been in the military over fifty years and it's only recently that i've heard anything about them uh is this a really i'm sure is not intentionally a wellkept secret now it's definitely not in catch you know be foundation was originally i focused on day the philadelphia region because that was the home of the trappist travis manion who the foundation is is named after uh and so the family rarely focused on engaging veterans and survivors in that area um and you right over the uh the the past few years three to five years it really book to reach out and have more of a national exposure and we are grow and potential for growth and expansion has i continue to burst that the themes over the last eighteen months to two years so you always walk the walk like you said and now a us hilton start hearing again more information about what we are to wake in could communities and how people can get the ball um but travis manion foundation is about uh the breed about the and the and the warming again improving the character uh but of our each generation on and uh we know that the more that we talk about what we do in the stand the success stories that we'll be able to how we define our national care to us is that important this is a little to the human from someone's of freedom which is travis manion foundation was on me that genetic uh talked to us about trappist.

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"travis manion foundation" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"travis manion foundation" Discussed on WCHS

"Of freedom and colonel denny gillem who are the frontlines of freedom team really appreciate you joining us this fine day in america because we have for you this hour first we're gonna talk with the travis manion foundation they do wonderful things around our nation it's a group is growing you're going to love hearing about him then tony pacelli will share about his interesting book the marine corps way of war this is a serious book was a really good ideas for people were in combat and we absolutely will reviews last weekend's fantastic army navy football game of course will conclude with our weekly mailbag military history and are under america report now it's time to discuss the travis manion foundation and joining us now is unanimous the southeast regional director who frontlines of freedom jenna local jenny i appreciate you having me you're an army that when where how why did you serve i was commissioned after graduating from the united states military academy and two thousand in three i share the war six years in the army with wanted to point that you iraq i have a history of military service with my dad sebring for twenty five years in the marine corps many times people can join me to ask me why i joined the army versus the navy and they tell them swimming definitely had a lot to do with it but it was a great opportunity to wear the uniform and checked my country and and continue in that light of i appreciate that and i also suspect that back earlier this month when army beat data you took some pleasure in that it was a great victory that where we have a winning streak going so let's keep it up we do we do okay uh how did you when you go the service how did you hear about get involved with the foundation how that happen i wish and album military in two thousand nine and when i did so i had a couple of opportunities to work and the federal government and also retail management during that time i really miss the the kamata re of the military community and giving pakistan and tangibly being able to touch the lives of others i so i was.

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"travis manion foundation" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"travis manion foundation" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Greenies warriors there is an american citizen from cheetah shining see welcome different lines of freedom on colonel denny gillem who are the frontlines of freedom team really appreciate you joining us this fine day in america because we have for you this hour first we're going to talk with the travis manion foundation they do wonderful things around our nation it's a group is growing and you're gonna love hearing about him then tony pacelli will share about his interesting book the marine corps way of war this is a serious book was a really good ideas for people who were in combat and we absolutely will reduce last weekend's fantastic army navy football game of course will conclude with our weekly mailbag military history and are under america report now it's time to discuss the travis manion foundation and joining us now is yunan nash the southeast's regional director while the the phone lines of freedom ginette funchal i appreciate you having me you're in on the that when where how why did you serve i was commissioned after graduating from the united states military academy and two thousand in three or four six years in the army with one but pointed to iraq i have a history of military service with my dad seven for twenty five years for the marine corps many times people can killing me to ask me why i joined the army versus the navy and like i saw them swimming definitely had a lot to do with it but it was a great opportunity to wear the uniform and so my country and continue and that a lot of what you can ask them i appreciate that and i also suspected mrta back earlier this month when army the data you took some pleasure in that it will the great big three that where we have a winning streak the let's keep it up we do we do okay uh how did you will you go the service how did you hear about get involved with the foundation how that happen i think this should involve the military in two thousand nine and when i so i have a couple of opportunities to work and the federal government and also we tell management during that time i really miss the.

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"travis manion foundation" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"travis manion foundation" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Levin greenies warriors there a miracle every citizen from swedish i mean see welcomed different lines of freedom on colonel denny gillem who are the frontlines of freedom team really appreciate you joining us this fine day in america because we have for you this hour first we're going to talk with the travis manion foundation they do wonderful things around our nation it's a group that is growing and you're going to love hearing about him then tony pacelli will share about his interesting book the marine corps way of war this is a serious book was a grisly good ideas for people were in combat and we absolutely will reviews last weekend's fantastic army navy football game of course will conclude with our weekly mailbag military history and our armed american report now it's time to discuss the travis manion foundation and joining us now is an nash the southeast regional director to frontlines of freedom gina fogel you're an army that when where how why did you serve i was commissioned after graduating from the united states military academy and two thousand and three must care for six years in the army look wanted to point that you iraq i have a history of military service with my dad seventy for twenty five years in the marine corps many times people can kill me to ask me why i joined the army versus the navy and they expel them swimming definitely had a lot to do with it but it was a great opportunity to wear the uniform and so if my country and and continue and that might have been asking for it and i also suspect that uh back earlier this month when army be data you took some pleasure in that it was a great vicory now where we have a winning streak ballet let's keep it up we do we do okay how did you when you go the service how did you hear about get involved with the foundation ah w how that happen i wish you out of the military and two thousand nine and when i did so i have a couple of opportunities to work and the federal government and also we tell management during that time i really miss the kamata re of.

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"travis manion foundation" Discussed on Guard the Guardians

Guard the Guardians

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"travis manion foundation" Discussed on Guard the Guardians

"Aviator association the charity golf tournament and they had like December five fund Travis Manion foundation a couple of others that put on a great tournament. That was a keynote speaker there. So I just can't decompressed after trying to meet my deadline on Thursday to get on my final edits in for the book. And it was just a hit the wall unit run run run in my body is kinda shuts. Yeah. So it was nice yet important to catch those breaks. I think, you know, especially for folks that have been in combat, you know, it's easy for those people to I guess get into mindset where it's just like Noah just keep crushing keep crashing. And like, well, I mean that works until it doesn't, you know. So the bagpipers that did the honors from the San Diego like sheriff's department came out in this guy. Dave you came up to be shipped on. And he's like, man. Thank you so much for speaking. And he goes, I've got this this friend of mine living with me he was into five. He's got he's been was doing drugs was drinking St. won't reach out. I can I get his phone number of let me call. I can't he threw Keith responsible last week in broke. It hasn't gotten a new one. But you know, it's just like that opportunity right there. Just to maybe help one guy is always makes it worth what with the whole. For me. You know? So the net. Capri dot to me like, you know, what we do, you know, trying to help help help guys out, and you stop everything you're doing in dude every can help them. So they don't know. Unfortunately. Wanna take her own life?.

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