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"united states naval academy" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Is this week's top movie in North America. Black widow earned $80 million in the U. S and Canada in its first week of release. This is the biggest weekend at the box office since the Covid 19 pandemic started over 18 months ago. Coming in second is F nine with nearly 11 million bucks, followed by the boss baby to Family business, With almost $10 million running at this week's top five are the Forever Purge, followed by a quiet place, Part two. According to industry tracking group comScore 81% of North America's movie theaters are indeed open for business. I'm Chris Caravaggio, with NBC News radio. And now I look back at this week in history on my heart radio this week in 1930 Construction of the Hoover Dam begins over the next five years, Total of 21,000 men would work nonstop to produce what would be the largest dam of its time, as well as one of the largest man made structures in the world. Jumping ahead this week in 1976 in Annapolis, Maryland. United States Naval Academy admits women for the first time in its history with the induction of 81 female midship. In May, 1980 Elizabeth and Row became the first woman member of the class to graduate. Four years later, Christine Holder I became the first female mid shipment to graduate at the top of her class. This week in 1981 President Ronald Reagan nominates Sandra Day O'Connor in Arizona Court of Appeals judge to be the first woman Supreme Court justice in U. S history. On September 21st. The Senate unanimously approved her appointment to the nation's highest court, and on September 25. She was sworn in. By Chief Justice Warren Burger, and this week in 2000 and 63. Employees from Coca Cola were charged with stealing secrets from the company. It is claimed that one woman stole documents and product samples and with the help of two other men tried to sell the secrets to Coca Cola rival Pepsi when Pepsi was contacted by the alleged thieves. Company cooperated with FBI agents in an undercover operation to bring down the three people. And that's what happened. Thanks for listening to this week in history on I Heart rate all the good stuff. Yeah, we're keeping you on top of pop culture. It is 50 Cent. Jackson is developing a hip hop competition series titled Unwrapped, Get It R A P. P. E d with ABC through his G unit, film and television company. The series will focus on celebrity contestants who are coached by iconic hip hop mentors that end up in a rap battle until a king or queen is crowned a release date for unwrapped has yet to be announced. Testing is currently underway. All right, and that's what's popping. Keep listening for more and I heart radio. All the best podcasts all in one channel. This is the hard podcast channel.
"united states naval academy" Discussed on The BosBabes
"So you guys were getting to listen to us talk about all of the oldie football players like the oldie but goodies like Drew Bledsoe how we long like you name them. We're talking about them to page Joe Montana. Here. We are. Let's pop right into it. I want to talk a little bit about the fact that you went to prep school in New England in Newport, Rhode Island. So you actually went there for about a year for prep school for the Navy. Correct? What was that whole experience like living in Newport, Rhode Island and go to prep school. I'll give you a little background on how I ended up there and why I chose going to the Naval Academy and high school the the service academies because back then they were kind of at a disadvantage they'll just because of all the, you know, all the the application process month. The admissions process that takes to get into a school like that. They were allowed to back in high school recruiting, you know college football recruiting was so much different than it is now off, you know, you didn't even talk to you don't even talk to teams until after your senior football season. I mean they could come and watch you play, but you didn't talk to them, you know outside of like if you went to a football camp, you know, you could do that. But other than that, you know, they didn't call you until after your senior football season and but that but service khadem he's had because of the way they were the way they operated they could recruit earlier they could actually a saline they sent out these like three by five cards to every High School coach in the country club said for what Juniors on your team. Would you think could play Division 1 football and would consider going to the United States Naval Academy and my head coach my football coach sit back. They so Navy and March of my junior year sent out a football coach. Whoever recruited my area and came and visited me and said, you know you we don't know if that's what you yet..
Where Are the Good Guys in Business?
"Everyone. Welcome to another episode of women worldwide. Thank you so much for showing up for tuning in and we appreciate. How much sharing you're doing sharing the episodes and also letting us know how you're doing and how you feel because as you do we continue to deliver stories. The gas the inspiration motivation in the advice to help you so today's show is no different. Let's get right to it. The topic is men supporting women in the workplace. We're are the good guys in champions in the allies who were there to support and that is the perfect segue to my special guest today. And i say special guests because i have two guests joining me on the show. We have david. Smith and david is associate professor of sociology at the college of leadership ethics and at the us naval war college. And i think i might have mutilated that a little bit. So you can always crack me david and we have brad johnson who is a clinical psychologist of professor of psychology in the department of leadership ethics law at the united states naval academy and they are co authors. They i wrote a book called sina rising and now they've written a new book. It's called good. Guys how men can be better allies for women in the workplace david brad. Welcome to women. Worldwide's read to be here with you. Dear dre exterior Thanks for inviting us. Well my pleasure and what a topic to be talking about on women worldwide. We're thrilled that you wrote the book and before we get to good guys. Maybe you can each share how you've got to focusing on gender in the workplace in bringing men into extra david. Why don't you start us off certainly brandon. I taught together at the naval academy for almost eight years. And as you heard. I'm a sociologist. And i focus all of my research. We call the intersection of gender work and families looking at gender perspectives of work in careers and family interacts with that. In my good friend and colleague here dr brad. Johnson is a clinical psychologist. Whose done all of his research in the area of mentoring relationships. We found that together. We had a common interest in particular as we were looking at. How gender equity was playing out in a variety of different industries and professions including the ours around the military that that often these were conversations where there were more women and just not very many guys who were involved in these conversations in creating that equity in in really how men tuned out From the conversation the minute went something around gender or it was a women's leadership initiative. Whatever the case might have been the guys look at that in many cases that oh that's not for me. That's there's not a place for me there in so brad and i were really interested in learning more about how we get more men engaged in this conversation why they weren't engaging in this conversation because the way we are looking at it was women have advanced to a large degree in our organization today in senior leadership to probably about as far as they're gonna get without all of us really getting involved in really committing to creating this gender equity in the workplace and it was going to take men right because this is not just a women's issue. This is a leadership issue. So it's gonna take women and men to be involved in that and so that leads to our first. Our first collaboration excellent in brad. You wanna add anything to that from your perspective. You know i. i think there's also The personal case. For dave and i write so dave dave graduated from the naval academy here. And that's where he met his wife and and he got to see her go through the navy. He's as he stayed with his career. He sees her facing all of these headwinds that he's never encountered and and i think that gave him a real sense of empathy for the experience of women's You know Moments in the workplace being quite different in my case it was my younger sister whose also in the navy she's a navy captain and you know i was in the navy too and i i have just seen shannon my sisters experienced as being quite different right she fit gets told to smile all the time She gets shamed for running too fast on physical fitness test. Because it makes the guys feel bad you know there are just so many things i never encountered. I think for both dave and i. You know we've had these eye opening moments with women we care about. So yes there's yeah condemning business case. That got us intrigued here. But there's a personal as well.
"united states naval academy" Discussed on Influencer Networking Secrets Podcast
"The books now out available on my website. Well as I say in the US Navy Anchors Aweigh, let's get this ship out in the Deep Waters. Welcome back to influence or networking Secrets Paul Edwards with you and excited to bring my friend and client Dennis Volpe to the show. Dennis is an executive coach. He's also the founder of leadership Research Institute and all around good guy going to come and talk us about transitions today Dennis. So good to have you here. Welcome to the show my friend Paul. Thanks for having me. Appreciate it. I've been looking forward to to having a conversation with you for for a while. It's great to have you here and I want to start off. I always start the interviews off this month. I've done a little bit of an intro in pre-recorded, but like for the guests for the audience rather to hear you talk a little bit about your background your story and that in your own words, please be sure now, I appreciate the opportunity Paul the you know, my my story, you know, I'd like to say have a simple guy from from Long Island grew up on Long And then went to the United States Naval Academy had the opportunity to to go there really as an opportunity to to launch a career as a military officer and and served my country and had the opportunity to do that never planned to make an entire career had some other, you know ideas that I thought about and wanted to do but they didn't actually come to fruition and ended up in a military career for twenty years and got the do a lot of cool stuff. Got to meet a lot of awesome people got the work with a lot of awesome folks and Absolutely know what success is what it looks like what it feels like what's required to have it and I also know what what it feels like the fail and that's what it takes to not be a failure and you.
"united states naval academy" Discussed on Influencer Networking Secrets Podcast
"The books now out available on my website. Well as I say in the US Navy Anchors Aweigh, let's get this ship out in the Deep Waters. Welcome back to influence or networking Secrets Paul Edwards with you and excited to bring my friend and client Dennis Volpe to the show. Dennis is an executive coach. He's also the founder of the leadership Research Institute and all around good guy going to come and talk to us about transitions today Dennis. So good to have you here. Welcome to the show my friend Paul. Thanks for having me. Appreciate it. I've been looking forward to to having a conversation with you for for a while. It's great to have you here and I want to start off. I always start the interviews off this month. I've done a little bit of an intro in pre-recorded, but like for the guests for the audience rather to hear you talk a little bit about your background your story and that in your own words, please be sure now, I appreciate the opportunity Paul the you know, my my story, you know, I'd like to say have a simple guy from from Long Island grew up on Long And then went to the United States Naval Academy had the opportunity to to go there really as an opportunity to to launch a career as as a military officer and and served my country and had the opportunity to do that never planned to make an entire career had had some other, you know ideas that I thought about and wanted to do but they they didn't actually come to fruition and ended up in a military career for for twenty years and got the do a lot of cool stuff. Got to meet a lot of awesome people got the work with a lot of awesome folks and Absolutely know what success is what it looks like what it feels like what's required to have it and I also know what what it feels like the fail and that's what it takes to not be a failure and you know after my my military career had the opportunity to link up with the leadership Research Institute. I'm a principal with them. They've been around since nineteen eighty and they've been doing amazing things for amazing companies and really looking to you know transform the world if we can win leader at a time..
"united states naval academy" Discussed on WTOP
"Season. Parlay E. J was one of them says him and his friends still have a few other things going. People decide. Best friend of the 33 Million people who will wager on NFL games this season about 20% will do it legally at a physical location. Another 34% will do so online and 18% will place their bets with a bookie. But either way, E J says he plans to make some big money on the Seahawks the season? Yeah, I won't be away if I wasn't LaSalle W GOP NEWS 30 for some local colleges move up in the just released 2021. U. S News and World Report rankings as some of the methodologies change this year, the University of Maryland College Park rose to number 58 National College is up from number 60 for last Dear Johns Hopkins University moved up from 10th to ninth and Howard University jumped from 104 to 80 and National Liberal Arts colleges. The United States Naval Academy rose 11 places to make the top 10 for the first time when it comes to the rankings themselves. There are a few changes this year as well. They now measure student debt managing editor for education and even Orion. We know that that is a big concern for many family. The rankings also now add schools that don't use the S A T or a CT for emissions decisions. They were previously listed as Unranked to concede that change happening. A lot of schools are making these decisions about test scores read more about the complete rankings at w t o p dot com Valerie bonked w T o P News you're being urged to support your local beer maker. That's because DCs beer week is underway. It lasts longer than a week running through the 26th. Featured events include a $65 Carry out dinner for two to be finished on your own grill. It comes with six Atlas.
"united states naval academy" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Carter Page? We appreciate you being with us. Everything good? Anything new that you could tell us. That you're point is so well taken, though, Carter that they could come back at you again. I mean, if the wrong people get into office, I mean, you have to live with that fear correct. Well, there's a lot of different dimensions of it. You know, the biggest one, and I mean, this is sort of, you know, ask about sort of breaking development. I mean, the big news couple weeks ago was the first Uh, indictment of a or the first charging document getting re revealed of this FBI lawyer named Kevin Kline Smith. I think you when you when you read my book, you'll, uh you'll really enjoy sort of my description of Not only my interaction with Mr Klein Smith, but also my lawyer's right. And you know, the one thing I was asking for, You know, I had five meetings with these FBI counterintelligence agents. For throughout March, 2017 right at the beginning of the Trump administration, and the one thing I wanted from Mr Klein Smith, in return, for all the accurate information I was getting is to just address a lot of the death threats that I'm getting, and not only were they not addressed Uh, it continued, you know, driven as it turns out by Maur criminal leaks. Of misleading information about me about the foreign intelligence surveillance. Ah, Court orders Tio spy on myself as a way of infiltrating the Trump campaign. Ah and administration So it's really Truly extraordinary. Carter, your resumes. Unbelievable. And you're a great guy, man. And thank you for your service in the Navy. And when I see a University of London, New York University, Georgetown, United States Naval Academy, A great Patriot. You are, sir. And you know this guy Alice Kidney. Our producer Joseph Villages told me he did the Frank Sinatra Netflix show. Excuse me. Carter, you're on. Look at this. This is the ultimate compliment. You got a guy that produced to be walking around. I'm going to see a guy you're gonna you're gonna have to remember this phrase. Do you know who I am? Do you know if you like. Get.
"united states naval academy" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Amid the Corona virus pandemic. One institution has forged ahead before most others, and that's the United States Naval Academy Each year, the Naval Academy takes in roughly 1200 students for a seven week physical. And mental training regimen, known as plead this summer. The goal is to turn civilians into midshipman Mark Satur Defense reporter has CQ Roll Call says this summer. That process looks a little different. It has involved a lot of hand sanitizer. Mark what you're hearing. So it seems that all these academies, including the Naval Academy, are operating at sort of a bubble system kind of like with the ENDA, but it's not as extensive. So all of the students are required to stay on the campus at the Naval Academy. All the freshmen up leaves as they're called. They have to be there their quarantine for two weeks point arrival there tested for Corona virus and that's where they're going to stay, and they kind of live and train in these 40 to 50 person family units. And the idea is that if everybody in the family unit has been tested, and he's OK, then that should be relatively safe. That of course, you know has some exceptions, right? All right, so the units don't mix. A cz they might have in the past. Correct. That's right. All right, So it's a D military academies. I guess it might be somewhat easier to enforce these rules because a CZ you said the students the pleads the cadets, they cannot leave. Unlike a student at Old ST you Right. That's exactly right, Andi. No, they have these campuses that enclosed and, you know, theoretically, there's some sort of security. The caveat, though, is that at least at the Naval Academy, the staff can leave. And that, of course, presents to me some problems. You know if the staff can leave and kind of go on interact in Annapolis, Maryland, where the Naval Academy is located, where cases are still relatively high, it's possible that they could bring the virus back onto the campus. So what's the What's the daily routine going to be like for these pleads in terms of training and testing for Corona virus? Also, Well, I'm not sure that they're going to be tested much after the initial two week quarantine. I mean, they'll train and they're kind of family units. Oh, and as you said, they won't mix with the other units, which they've done in the past for kind of intramural sports and stuff like that. But other than that, you know they wear face masks, and they kind of do their training. And I don't know. I mean, they're all housed in the same complex. But they say that if anybody has any symptoms, or has like a race temperature or anything of the sort, then they'll be isolated. But it's unclear to us what kind of testing they're doing on a daily basis, if at all. We're speaking with Mark Satur, defense reporter at CQ Roll call his pieces called Naval Academy's pleads summer. Looks a bit different this year. The Naval Academy is kind of unique. I think in that all of the midshipman are in a single building, right If this is a massive dorm or housing unit, that's exactly right. Yeah. I don't know if that helps or hurts their cause. Well, I don't know. I mean, it's called Bancroft Hall. It's the only sort of dorm setup that I know of. That is that is like this. Where Like as you said, everybody's in the same place. Now. They say that they have onsite medical staff and that anybody who's isolated will be in a separate section of bankrupt Hall away from the rest of the students for the midshipmen, But I don't know Will that help or hurt remains to be seen good questions. Both are a bit different at the military academy. They have a similar system. Although We've got less in depth on that. But same idea face masks are required for everyone. There's a quarantine period of the beginning. Cadets arrive on a staggered schedule. At West Point, they have had confirmed cases already, and those cadets were isolated. And theoretically tested negative twice in a row and that reintegrated back with the rest of the cadets. Next Mark Mark Satur, defense reporter at CQ Roll Call 21 minutes now in front of the hour on this weekend, coming up next Buying on the dip. Michigan is one of the best places in the country to do business. But you don't have to take our word for it. Take Evan Miles,.
"united states naval academy" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"For being with us. Glad you could spend part of your weekend here coming up this half hour on the investment front when buying on the dip is not trying to time the market also the people not celebrating your new above ground pool this summer and the man learning of the global pandemic after nine months alone at sea. That story in about 20 minutes. Assed. The national debate rages over how to safely reopen schools this fall amid the Corona virus pandemic. One institution has forged ahead before most others, and that's the United States Naval Academy. Each year, the Naval Academy takes in roughly 1200 students for a seven week physical and mental training regimen. Zonas plead this summer. The goal is to turn civilians into midshipman. Mark Satur, Defense reporter at CQ Roll Call says this summer. That process looks a little different. It has involved a lot of hand sanitizer. Mark, What are you hearing? So it seems that the all of these academies, including the Naval Academy, are operating at sort of a bubble system Kind of like with the ENDA, but it's not as extensive. So all of the students are required to stay on the campus at the Naval Academy. All the freshmen reprieves as they're called. They have to be there their quarantine for two weeks upon arrival there tested for Corona virus and that's where they're going to stay, and they kind of live and train in these 40 to 50 persons, family units. On. The idea is that if everybody in the family unit has been tested and is OK, then that should be relatively safe. That of course, you know has some exceptions, Right? All right, so the units don't mix. A cz they might have in the past. Correct. That's right. All right, so it's a D military academies. I guess it might be somewhat easier to enforce these rules because a CZ you said The students, the pleads the cadets, they cannot leave. Unlike a student that you know old ST you Right. That's exactly right on DH. You know they have these campuses that are enclosed and, you know, theoretically, there's some sort of security. The caveat, though, is that at least at the Naval Academy The staff can leave. And that, of course, presents to me some problems. You know if the staff can leave and kind of go on interact in Annapolis, Maryland, where the Naval Academy is located, where cases are still relatively high. It's possible that they could bring the virus back onto the campus. So what's the What's the daily routine going to be like for these pleads in terms of training and then and testing for Corona virus Also Well, I'm not sure that they're going to be tested much after the initial two week quarantine. I mean, they'll train in there kind of family units on as you said they won't mix with the other units, which they've done in the past for kind of intramural sports and stuff like that. But other than that, you know, they wear face masks, and they kind of do their training. And I don't know. I mean, they're all housed in the same complex. But they say that if anybody has any symptoms, or has, like a raised temperature or anything of the sort Then they'll be isolated, but it's unclear to us what kind of testing they're doing on a daily basis, if at all. We're speaking with Mark Satur, defense reporter at Roll call his pieces called Naval Academy's pleads summer. Looks a bit different this year. The Naval Academy is kind of unique. I think in that all of the midshipman are in a single building right if this is a massive dorm or housing unit That's exactly right. Yeah, I don't know if that helps or hurts their cause. Well, I don't know. I mean, it's called Bancroft Hall. It's the only sort of dorm setup that I know of. That is that is like this. Where Like as you said, Everybody's in the same place. Now. They say that they have onsite medical staff and that anybody who has isolated will be in a separate section of Bancroft Hall away from the rest of the students for the Midshipmen. But I don't know. Will that help or hurt remains to be seen good questions. Both are a bit different at the military academy. They have a similar system, although we've got less in depth on that, but same idea face mask are required for everyone. There's a quarantine period of the beginning Cadets arrive on a staggered schedule. At West Point they have had confirmed cases already, and those cadets were isolated and theoretically tested negatively twice in a row and that reintegrated back with the rest of the cadets. Mark Mark Satur, defense reporter. At CQ Roll call 21 minutes now in front of the hour on this weekend, coming.
"united states naval academy" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"NewsRadio wfld After a hot and human Saturday with scattered storms across the Bay Area, the summer heat will be on once again Sunday with highs near 92. It will be humid, as well with a 30% chance for scattered storms, mainly during the early afternoon hours range. It's a state of 30% for the middle of the upcoming week with the onshore flow pattern continuing. And ties will stay in the low nineties on the water. Sunday West winds at 10 knots, Seas two feet and a moderate chop in the bay. I'm knew Shana late meteorologist Amanda Holly. This report is sponsored by churches. Everything feels like the flavoring Church's new find. Book, Campfire Smokehouse, chicken crackling campfire flavor that's bold to the bone. Mass churches, bringing the down home flavor offer validate participating locations. It feels like so many books these days are getting the Hollywood treatment and I am one of those people who has to read the book before I watched the movie. This is Dana Schwartz, host of the brand new Podcast Popcorn Book Club. I talked four of my smartest, funniest friends into starting a book club with Mei, where we read Super buddy books and talk about them every week. I Heart radio is number one for podcasts, and it's easy to see why. Listen to popcorn Book Club on the I Heart radio app or wherever you get your podcasts, and now I look back at this week in history on I Heart radio this week in 1930 construction of the Hoover Dam begins over the next five years. A total of 21,000 men would work nonstop to produce what would be the largest dam of its time, as well as one of the largest man made structures in the world this week in 1976 in Annapolis, Maryland, the United States Naval Academy admits women for the First time in its history with the induction of 81 female midshipmen. In May of 1980 Elizabeth and Roe became the first woman member of the class to graduate. Four years later, Christine hold a ride became the first female mid shipment to graduate at the top of her class. Thiss week in 1980 for Walter Mondale, the leading Democratic presidential candidate, announces that he has chosen.
"united states naval academy" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Welcome to Thursday ten days are over the traffic and weather we look terrific on roadways right now you spell fourteen good speed to be in there all the way across the thirty five east bell one fifty one moving well military doing grown Megan this of newsradio twelve hundred W. away I the weather channel three day forecast calls for morning Clausen afternoon sunshine today and I around ninety five tomorrow partly cloudy fifty fifty chance of rain and it says here a high of sixty yeah I believe that when I see it Saturday mostly cloudy and a high of seventy I believe that when I say it seventy eight now W. L. A. I'd news in San Antonio's first news yesterday was John Lennon's birthday he would have been seventy nine by the way of the black eyed peas do a great cover of that song in case you're interested what began back in the day on the day this day the tenth day of October in the year was eighteen forty five one hundred seventy four years ago the United States Naval Academy home of one David Robinson opened in Annapolis fifty seven years ago nineteen sixty two Bobby Boris Pickett smash the monster mash was banned by the BBC because they said the song was too morbid all right Sally yeah they are here the Wu Tang clan version fifty one years ago in the year nineteen sixty eight the movie Barbarella was released for a lot of us it was the first time we ever saw one Jane Fonda she was smoking hot start is a sexually inexperienced space traveler trying to save the universe from the evil who couldn't tell yeah Duran Duran death and that's where the band Duran Duran ended up getting the inspiration for their name forty nine years ago nineteen seventy Neil diamond's first number one song and he's at an awful lot of them since then thirty one years ago nineteen eighty eight you too released fifteen years ago in two thousand for the entire planet mourned a world without a Superman when the great Christopher reeve passed away birthdays today include semi retired NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt junior who is forty five far irv turns fifty it's been in the news the last couple days suffering major mental issues he thinks because he stayed just a little bit too long in the National Football League Hey look.
"united states naval academy" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show
"C. Four Foundation Asian Dot Org we talk about a lot in this episode cover a lot of ground ranging from his training tips physical training tips. This human has no physical weaknesses. It's really impressive to post traumatic stress US versus post traumatic growth differentiation talking about how you separate those two talking about say traumatic brain injury and the links to depression evidence based treatments including some very new treatments for depression P._T._S._D. and chronic stress. Many people don't realize that approximately twenty veterans and active-duty military personnel kill themselves every day that means that suicide is killed far more veterans than any enemies whatsoever and it is a quiet eight crisis and a quiet epidemic that I wanted to address on this podcast. There are lots of tactics lots of stories. Let me give you a bit more bio on Nick. He is a graduate of both the United States Naval Academy and basic underwater demolition seal buds class to four seven upon completion of seal training two thousand four nick assumed progressively higher positions of leadership within naval special warfare his deployed roles included combat advisor to Iraqi and Afghan military units cross functional team leader and Ground Force commander during combat operation both Iraq and Afghanistan nick was most recently assigned to Naval Special War for basic training command seal qualification training as Q._T.. As officer in charge prior to transitioning off of active duty he's also co founder and C._E._o.. Of Alma Vara sunscreen company.
"united states naval academy" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Paul can't and he was a delightful little boy to raise he had a sparkling his eye and he just would get us ianna goal and he would go for it and then he grew a little bit older and he was in little league and we went to those games and he would strike one strike twice strike three times and he would go back to the bench and we tried to talk to him about the fact that it wasn't whether or not you won the game or not that mattered it was how you played the game and the relationships you developed along the way well it got into high school and he made his parents very proud he became president of the national honor society during those years and i remember feeling like i was such a successful momma and then he went off to camp and he came home with renewed spiritual zeal and i came by his room he'd been reading his bible and he said mom god's really been speaking to my heart he said i really think god wants to use me in political or military leadership and i believe the very best place i could get equipped to do that would be at the united states naval academy and he's set his sights on getting into annapolis and he got the appointment and we were there in may of nineteen ninety seven when all those midshipmen toss their hats in the air and once again we celebrated our young sons successes was you can imagine we were looking forward to some wonderful times they had meeting him at ports of call across the world and he went off to orlando and he was in nuclear engineering school and he joined a large church there and it had a very large singles program and there were women and that's singles program and i was in denver speaking at an arena event in august of that year and.
"united states naval academy" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW
"I would have to say that this is almost very identical to how the zodiac started would that be a fair statement yeah i think i think it is fair people have life because parkway motors to to interestingly as a side zodiac my perspective is actually much higher profile than the parkway murders are still and these people never heard plenty of murders and we'll be talking about the columbia parkway case at prime on as well in early may national so we'll see stephen and other folks down there but a lot of people over the years had asked me if i bought it there'd be any connection and the certainly you can't rule it out but it it is it is somewhat similar in that you've got the cobbles in cars and then someone approaches them and then with relatively easy going i would say manages to take control of the couples had you know we've talked about could this be two people leader follower kind of thing but one of the questions is always been held as one individual let's say it's one person has one individual gain control over four calls who were you know healthy people you know for instance sister had martial arts training she's graduated the united states naval academy with the second classic women in it i would say that my sister kathy was pretty fearless and in extremely good physical condition and i don't think she would have just rolled over right for someone who you know attempting to order her girlfriend so you know one of the questions that is always get your right is so how does one person game console over these young people and then basically taking to the debt now if if i've read right to the both woman there there were fully closed so there is no evidence of any sort of sexual assaults or even a robbery involved no sexual assault and is there no baba readers apple's wallace are open.
"united states naval academy" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
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"united states naval academy" Discussed on WCHS
"United states naval academy opened in annapolis maryland with fifty midshipmen students and seven professors known as the naval schools deleting fifty two curriculum included mathematics navigation gonorrhea and steam chemistry english natural philosophy and french the naval school officially became the us naval academy and 18th fifty and a new curriculum went into effect requiring midshipmen to study the account for four years and to train on board ships each summer that's the basic form as the remains of the academy to this day you know i i could have been a sailor except i sink that's true i could have been a submarine though less drew you a trouble getting your both the bottle that's true or on twelve october 1945 during world war two private first class desmond dos of lynchburg virginia was presented the congressional medal of honor for outstanding bravery as a medical cormon the first conscientious objector in american history to receive the nation's highest military award you know a significant a number of congressional meddled so honored go to medics because they're the ones when you and i are getting deeper and orthodox will get out of there and go help somebody got hurt i loved medics i always out amen brother and on ten october nineteen sixty nine the us navy transferred eighty river patrol boats to the south vietnamese navy in the largest single transfer of naval equipment since the war began this is part of the ongoing vietnamese asian program which had been announced by president nixon it midway in june of this program the us ought to turn over responsibility for fighting to the south vietnamese so us troops be withdrawn from vietnam the plan included a massive transfer of weapons and equipment to the south vietnamese andy stepped up training program by us advisers designed to help prepare the south vietnamese armed forces to stand alone against their communist opponents the transfer of the vessels by the us navy was only part of the effort that also included modernisation of the south vietnamese air force new tanks artillery pieces in uh other weapons and equipment for the army of south vietnam you'll colonel i've never understood i mean you were a vietnamese an off so maybe you you know i mean we gave them the tools we give them equipment we train them but it's almost like they didn't have the will to carry through will part of this buildup was and we will continue to resupply you as.
"united states naval academy" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"The plan use if you in the summertime is to if possible get away from football and i know this was a busy with some of the you normally have and it's tough dump plug but when you finally step away and then you come back how hyped it how pumped are you still leaving 28 years in to get back to the game get back to work it like a year one you know i mean i'm the nerves there's still there we all laugh before the game it doesn't matter what they anymore you know year before the game you're changing and put in on your your shirt and everything getting ready for the game and you're sitting down riina program and mean coach parents and our at the coordinator who's been here along in i have we just kind of laugh and look at each other goes well different year different stadiums same butterfly you know what i mean did and i think jim when that disappears in time to go but i'm so excited um you know i go back to wiedemann how open you know and water to graft and i enjoy myself but as we get closer to either nominated starting to get anxious um because i know during the season i can't sleep in i wish i could go to sleep but i am i go to bed you know i i don't even make it four final jeopardy and i thought a veteran jet on a day i go to sleep early but i get up because i'm so excited comeback in i think when that goes away the desired in order to desire to come back um the win dole last very long di forty of wednesday won't last very long the losses i mean they they hunt you for the rest of your life and i think when i lose that i think when the velocity don't really hurt then i think it's time for me to go back to our way and start breaking the yard so you'll know you'll know when it's time can near mypillow is that football coach of the united states naval academy and they're out quickly they are three you no threat to.
"united states naval academy" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Live from southern california this is the moment on cbs radio the summit getting caught up tomorrow as a oneoff this is not an eu annual tradition we're doing this once and then never again keep that in mind tomorrow you're only shot rome again hashtag rome again we're not doing a next year tomorrow was it now we'll hit on that in our number three but right now wants awesome football we are joined by they had football coach at the united states naval academy he is in his ten th season as head coach he is a twotime a c coach of the year he is the winningest coach in school history navy is three and on the season threat tulsa on saturday a we are joined by head coach can namaacha mypillow kennedys so good to have you back how are you can hit jim i doing vote great give you to coach good to have you back you coming off a win over cincinnati saturday night forty to thirty two let me start right there the offense can at five hundred and sixty nine rushing yards when you look at those numbers any so the fact that you did it despite some injuries what is is say about the death of this year's team tim curley pardoned while jim just by young guys played well uh you know i mean we've got some guys who haven't played a but we knew there are talented and i said that inappropriate fastest groupul slap act that we've had since we've been here um but not much experience but really happy the way they played you know cincinnati been playing great defense so really you know probably the way they played last week can it's the first time that the to school as a played in more than fifty years nafta game he said quote people that don't see us very often it's a great.