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"uh yellow river" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

05:32 min | Last month

"uh yellow river" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Welcome back to Minnesota Military radio. I'm your host. Time Lions. We've been talking with the Net caper was the director of military outreach from the Department of Military Affairs here in Minnesota. And we've got two gentlemen from the Northern Dakota County beyond the yellow ribbon network, Neil Garlic and and I go in the Net is wanna come back to you. Covert has affected us in the last year and you haven't been able to bring your yellow ribbon networks together so that they could have their meetings. We're gonna be able to do that in 2021. Yes, we're holding adjoining community forces in May and we hope to have a hybrid with in person at Camp Ripley and, um, online for those who want to do that as well. But Tom that hasn't stopped are yellow ribbon networks from doing such great things and finding ways to meet virtually and Rachel Johnson are yellow Ribbon regional Reach. Coronaries done a good job of Connecting everybody with coffee talks over Facebook and different kinds of regional meetings. Virtually so, we've been doing our best this year that I knew it wouldn't stop you. You just keep right on going. Neil, I want to come back to you on that one of the things that that you get to take advantage of. Once you've been proclaimed yellow ribbon is you get to get to get together with some of the other yellow ribbon networks and yellow ribbon businesses and Trade. Best practices, I'm sure and that's described that to you, has she not? That is correct. Yes, and I'm sure we're all looking for good. Yeah, we've already done several with questions. Uh, Yellow River Network people on other request. So we've done some stuff but with Rosemont and within the county, and we plan on doing a better job, but get more active with all the other networks in the area. Very good, sir. Ed. I understand that you and Neil have been able to form a partnership with the Dakota County veteran services. Can you tell us about that? Yeah, I think with Dakota County. It's got some great leadership in it right going from the top into the Iraqi people. And what have you and they have been very poor coming with activity and information. They're helping us get the information out. Spread path. We just had Countywide virtual room yesterday and a lot of good information that's getting passed around. But the county stays on top of things that were really Fortunate to have like, isn't the leadership that we do here? I'm assuming it's the same throughout the state, but I'm more familiar with what we have in Dakota County. So Once we get back and you start to get face to face Get the information out to a little more of our community partners and we'll go from there was county has been absolutely wonderful in assisting us throughout everything we do. Thank you, sir. And Neil, you mentioned the first segment that the You're the 135 is over in the Horn of Africa, and we're expecting them home sometime this year. I would guess that the Northern Dakota County beyond the Yellow River Network's gonna be at the welcome home ceremonies. WeII anticipate that to be a very big event. We love to show our appreciation or reference. But they've done all veterans off. Asked prior active. It's our obligation our duty to a system and recognize them for the all the great work video. Well, gentlemen, I'd like to thank both of you for joining us today and Minnesota Military radio and it like, thank you for Spending so much time during your life's service in service to our country and our veterans and to your cities. Net. Come back to you. We've got about a minute left. What are you expecting? For? Hopefully, the second half of 2021 will be able to gather together in person. Yes, we're hoping to gather all of our networks we're looking at are beyond the yellow ribbon program to see how we could be most effective and I believe Northern Dakota County has hit it on the on the head with gathering communities and working together. They're really modeling what we want to do across the state to strengthen our all of our yellow with the network. Another number where you found those two high quality guys, but I think they're going to get some fun things done in Northern Dakota County. We couldn't do without him, their leadership and their expertise and their willingness to bring partners into the community and help our yellow ribbon network is Is just a wonderful thing that we're seeing in Northern Dakota Cockney. Well, then I hope you have some fun with that formal ceremony for the Northern Dakota County beyond the yellow ribbon and and can't wait to see who you bring us next time. Thanks, Tom. I will thank you. That was a net caper, the director of military outreach on Minnesota from the Minnesota Department of Military Affairs and Minnesota Military radio. Joining me now is the senior enlisted leader of the Minnesota National Guard Command. Sergeant Major Bryan Super Start major. Welcome back to Minnesota Military radio. You bet. Thanks for having me appreciate it Larger major understand that we have some winners of this year's Minnesota state Outstanding airman of the Year Awards. From the one 33rd earlier queen in the 1 48 fire wing. Absolutely elder boards this past month and just like Theo announced that the four winners, right so Hearts out at the company. Great ob Stir and that was Captain shoulder and we go down to first Sergeant. And that was Master Sergeant. Lousy Senior Noncommissioned officer is Master Sergeant Jake Way. Noncommissioned officer of the Year is Staff Sergent..

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"uh yellow river" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"uh yellow river" Discussed on WCHS

"You get there in the hand you a m p bad you go what am i doing what he's now i never gave wasn't much speeding in the dams thing though is one of the best preserves in the world because it has been closed off from the uh yellow river north to the uh the fence since 1950s and so it's become a preserve of of a wonderful array of foul and the ground animals and and such an and actually the troops would go out hunting or hunting areas makes sense all kinds of creators which would survive in that kind of an environment so when you on patrol typically i would suspect that you're patrols were westwater platoon size normally yeah they were anywhere from five to ten never large never small age usually in the 5 to 10 ranges squad a squad minus okay and i would presume you were never in or only very rarely in major firefights you would be as more of a four or five rounds exchange one way couple returned fire yeah and they're literally in rarely ever see who your shooting at is that right out in normally didn't engaged for a long time when you thumped in somebody out there that the a quick fight and everybody would back off quick because you don't want to get caught out there it you know by that time everybody thrown their q r s in there they're quick relief forces go in we all had quick really forces with armored personnel carriers and they would go racing in and i nobody wanted to be there when the other guys quick reaction force got there first did you know sometimes you'd see a head or or a body disappearing but it wasn't like uh you were knows the nose like you were often in vietnam it was it was a dirtier kind of war in that it was all ambush everything was ambushed and so the encounter would be either you bump into him or he urged you come in and he goes into a quick ambush and then you get hit yes we did the same thing of course we would go out into the two are part of the dmz our troops never crossed uh we were not allowed to cross and.

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"uh yellow river" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"uh yellow river" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"You were an honor ricotta hale was pretty funny i mean he's gonna get there and a hand you a uh mp bad you go what am i doing that you could anybody second now i never gave me it wasn't much speeding in the deemed okay so thing though with one of the best preserves in the world because it has been closed off from the uh yellow river north to the uh the fence since 1950 and so it's become of a uh preserve of of a wonderful array of foul in the ground animals and and such an and actually the troops would go out hunting or hunting areas while while i'd make sense all kinds of critters which would survive in that kind of an environment so uh when you on patrol typically i would suspect you're patrols were once water fulton size normally yeah they were anywhere from five to ten never large never small lead in the 5 to 10 ranges squad a squad minus okay and i would presume you were never in or only very rarely in major firefight you would be more of a four or five rounds exchanged one way couple returned fire yet and they're literally and rarely ever see who your shooting at is that right out in normally didn't engaged for a long time when you bumped in somebody out there that the a quick fight and everybody would back off quick because you don't want to get caught out there it you know by that time everybody thrown your q r s in there too quick relief forces go in we all had quick really forces with armored personnel carriers and they would go racing in an eye nobody wanted to be there when the other guys quick reaction force got their first did you often season sees a people you're were shooting now and sometimes get the ahead or or a body disappearing but it wasn't like uh you were knows the nose like if you were often in vietnam yet it was it was a dirtier kind of war in that it was all ambush everything was ambushed and fellow the encounter would be.

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"uh yellow river" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"uh yellow river" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Ends okay so thing though is one of the best preserves in the world because and it's been closed off from the uh yellow river north to the uh the fence since 1950 in so it's become a preserve of of a wonderful array of foul and the ground animals and and such an and actually the troops would go out hunting or hunting areas makes sense all kinds of clinton's which would survive in that kind of an environment so when you on patrol typically i would suspect the you're patrols were once water platoon size normally yeah they were anywhere from five to ten never large never small lead in the 5 to 10 ranges squad a squad minus okay and i would presume you were never in or only very rarely in major firefights you would is more of a four or five rounds exchange one way couple returned fire yeah and they're literally in rarely ever see who your shooting at is that right out in normally didn't engaged for a long time when he thumped in somebody out there that the a quick fight and everybody would back off quick because you don't want to get caught out there it you know th by that time everybody throwing their q r s in there that quick relief forces go in we all had quickly forces with armored personnel carriers and they would go racing in and i nobody wanted to be there when the other guys quick reaction force got their first did you even see the people know sometimes you'd see a head or or a body disappearing but it wasn't like uh you were knows the nose like you were often in vietnam it was it was a dirtier kind of war in that it was all ambush everything was ambushed and so the encounter would be either you bump into him or he urged you come in and he goes into a quick gambushe and then you get hit did you see yes we did the same thing of course we would go out into the two are part of the dmz our troops never crossed uh we were not allowed to cross and had no desire to but we did send out patrols that would lay a night ambushes because that night is when the north koreans would try to get celts was a sense i i i don't know the.

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