35 Burst results for "Us Navy"
Adam Laxalt: We Need to Stay Focused on the Threat of China
"Cortez masto that's Adam laxalt a liberal opponent The campaign digital director promoted Minnesota freedom fund that later bailed out accused murder I know what she's going to say oh was it me All right Well it's your digital You got a digital director paying money to bail out accused murderers on the campaign I mean you really think this is going to play in Nevada That's got a crime problem Most states are sadly now do ever since these liberal values have taken over in some of these places But let me get on to it I just got about a minute left Your thoughts just briefly I wanted to use the foreign policy question I don't do it often with candidates but you will be in the Senate China it's a growing threat right now We've seen it threats to cross the strait invade Taiwan Big problems if we don't get our heads out of our bots foreign policy wise but then I got about a minute left Yeah look I'm former navy and Iraq veteran and we need to stay focused on our primary threat which is China And I'm 44 years old I've never taken a vote on anything in my life I've only been in former AG I don't know what these guys were doing Republican and Democrats when they were doing so much with China and relying on somehow to be beneficent Trump did an amazing job turning this debate around We need to get back to that policy and be consistent that this is I agree with you
Dinesh Welcomes Pennsylvania Gubernatorial Candidate Doug Mastriano
"Guys, I'm really pleased to welcome to the podcast Doug mass riano. Doug is running for Pennsylvania governor. He's the GOP nominee. He's currently serving as a state senator for Pennsylvania's 33rd district. Dog retired from the U.S. Army as a colonel in 2017 after 30 years of service. He saw tours of duty in Iraq, Afghanistan. He also has been a Professor of the U.S. Army at the U.S. Army war college in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, where he taught strategy. He has four masters degrees. What? And a PhD in history. And Doug welcome to the podcast great to have you. Boy, you are running in a tough election in a critical stage, but I your first time on the podcast. I just like you, I'd like to introduce you to my audience, sudden and I see you've done all kinds of things in a very interesting life, so tell a little bit about your story so people can get to know you better. I was raised in a lower middle class family. My dad was a high school dropout. And at 17, he got in trouble for drag racing his car too much, and he kindly judged that you're either going to jail or joining the navy. And so my dad joined a navy, and it completely radically turned his life around. My dad used to say Doug, I was a punk until I joined the navy, and it gave him discipline of focus. And he went on to become one of the most hardest working men I ever knew that he went from working menial jobs all the way up to being a senior manager in the air products plant and he did quite well in life.
U.S. aircraft carrier arrives in South Korea as warning to North - Reuters
"A U.S. aircraft carrier has arrived in South Korea for joint drills The nuclear powered aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan has arrived ahead of the two countries military exercises that aim to show their strength against growing North Korean threats The joint drills will be the first involving a U.S. aircraft carrier in the region since 2017 when the U.S. sent three aircraft carriers including the Reagan for naval drills with South Korea in response to the north's nuclear and missile tests the South Korean navy says the exercises are meant to boost the allies military readiness and show the firm resolve by
US contractor freed by Taliban in swap for drug trafficker
"The Biden administration has pulled off one of its most significant prisoner swaps and achieved rare success in talks with the Taliban The militants have freed navy veteran Mark frerichs after nearly three years in exchange for a Bashir a convicted Taliban drug lord jailed in the U.S. for 17 years Fredericks case has received less public attention than those of other Americans held overseas Secretary of State Anthony blinken says this should send a message to their families The U.S. is committed to free their loved ones Mark's family had my word Every other family has my word For art frex the word that his son was now free came straight from President Biden I'd like to thank all the people that had him in his prayers Telling the AP that the FBI and others in the administration did a tremendous job and stuck with it Sagar Meghani Washington
The Power of the Flotilla
"Want to underscore that because right now the United States Navy has about 280 surface combatants at sea. This comes from page three 88 a victory at sea. The sheer size of the American naval armada surrounding Okinawa was a retelling of the story of the Pacific war, as 1200 landing vessels commenced their Easter Sunday, April 1 assault on the central beaches of Okinawa, they were screened by 200 destroyers 18 battleships and over 40 carriers. You know, that's bigger than the entire U.S. Navy today. It is doctor Kennedy. Yes. Now, the defenders of what's going on in our size and power of E today would say, well, a nuclear powered aircraft carrier of the GL four class of the retiring Nimitz class is so much more powerful than those carriers surrounding Okinawa in 1944. But we had so many more of them out there. And so one of the questions about present power is a possible vulnerability of the limited number of warships, including limited number of aircraft carriers, which we have across stress across the globe today for our commitments from the Houston Mediterranean through the Indian Ocean to the far Pacific. Not to mention, giving an eye enlisted children.
A Tribute to the Man Who Won the War at Sea
"It's been a long time coming because I've always admired your work and I'm going to spend a lot of time talking about victory at sea, which is by the way, magisterial. Congratulations you and Ian Marshall, who is the illustrator. You must be very proud of this work. I'm very proud of it. There's a sad tale to it as I mentioned as we get into the thing which is Ian moss or this wonderful painter of American landscapes and navy state and fellowship scenes passed away a few years ago and I took over this venture and brought it to fruition, but it is, I'm so pleased to testimony to him and his paintings as well as the story of the war at sea. Thank you.
Steve Bannon: 'They're Gonna Have to Kill Me to Stop Me'
"Is clear. This is all part and parcel of criminalizing conservatives in the speech in Philadelphia is the nadir or the crossing of the Yoruba con in that criminalization. But the idea that Steve Bannon, who's if there was one issue outside of the navy, perhaps if there's one issue that was closest to your heart in the last 6 years, it was building the wall that somehow you would build Americans out of money to build the wall. We've never had a donut. What we did in LPs. People want to see what we did their videos up and watch the movie saraka. Sicario. Sicario. Sicario is a story seen with Emily bloom. It's a story of El Paso, Texas, and Juarez. That's when we built the first wall straight up that multi cartels trafficked all the people. Look, I am so proud of the work we did and we're building one. Quite frankly, the ironies today is that mayor Adams has a team at the border today to find out what the causes are because he's made New York a sanctuary city. We literally have thousands of these unauthorized aliens coming into the country by 4.9 million. He's taken them when Abbas are busting up there, but now they're all going to New York. He's putting up in hotels in New York, social services are going to collapse. So Adam was actually sent a delegation to the, to the board of the day. He should have gone to the wall, or he should have, as you remember, Seth, we took it all over the country, saying every weekend of the phrase, every town's a boulder town, every space of border state, we went to Detroit. We went to Cincinnati. We went to Arizona. We started telling people we did conferences at the wall of the town of what were we telling them that this situation unless we finish the wall is going to get out of control and in 2022, it's so out of control that even Eric Adams on the day I get hold into a court is Senate delegation down there to find out what's going on. Look, I'm never going to stop. They're going to have to kill me to stop me, okay?
Brian Birdwell: The Agonizing Burns of 9/11
"And so I collapsed in front of Roy the four of them give grasp a grab an armor a limb to give that exertion to pick me up because this is not a place to wait for medical care to get to me The fire is still burning and spreading smoke is filling up that hallway And when they grab me you know they give that first exertion to pick me up and I don't come with them They end up carrying chunks off of me and I begin screaming at them to leave me alone And I know in my heart I'm telling them to leave me there to die Because when you're that badly burned just being touched is agonizing but they're kind of like that paraffin treatment when you put your hand in the hot wax and then when you pull it out and it solidifies within it just peels right off That's what happens with burn flesh because the moisture in your body has been evaporated out and now there's nothing that moisture is what actually holds us together and that moisture is gone And so now just chunks come off and eventually the move me chuck rolls me over on the left hand side forcibly puts his arms underneath my left side of my torso taking chunks of the back off but eventually the four of them are shaking hands with each other that instead of grasping me they're gripping each other's arms with my body weight resting on their connected arms They eventually carry me through the beam ring door into an a ring access where I would receive my first medical care in the a ring from an air force doctor and John Baxter colonel John Baxter John would have the go bag that had a morphine morphine syringes IVs and things of that nature So he was headed to the medical clinic to be a part of the triage but basically 5 or 6 of us have been set here and what's the hasty triage location He stops Puts the takes my shoes off so that he can find a good place with clean skin and a vein So he puts the morphine in the right foot the IV in the left Natalie ogletree a wonderful lady from the navy
The Liberal Mind Is an Emotional Mind
"Electric cars was being done to the earth to produce these batteries the child slave labor and involved in any one of these. God that we drown in this stuff. Newsom who was about as damaging a human being as lives in the United States now, but he's handsome so it really doesn't matter to most people. The liberal mind is an emotional mind. It's not, and it's very taken with looks, everybody's taken with looks. We're born to take it to be impressed by looks. But I knew it when John F. Kennedy Jr. died, which was a tragedy, obviously. And, you know, guns ablaze on navy ships and I don't think he was ever in the navy. I mean, it was as if we had lost this giant, but he was very handsome like his father, John F. Kennedy.
Adam Laxalt: Catherine Cortez Masto Originally Supported BLM
"Have you noticed that I'm waxhaw That these Democrats and they're all hard left they're not moderate They're all hard left They lie and lie and lie over again to try and conceal what they really stand for and voted for She is a 100% vote for Schumer of New York a 100% vote for Pelosi of San Francisco 100% vote for one of the worst presidents in American history And then she runs around your state acting like she knows nothing about it Well this is the playbook and thanks to the media They largely get away with it No one holds them accountable But the bottom line is she said what she said She said that she supported BLM She said that cops were systemically racist and they needed to be reformed and now she's running these commercials handing out handing out money to law enforcement And so the bottom line is all the major law enforcement state they had endorsed her in 16 They flipped to me And they're supporting me in this race The border patrol has endorsed my race for the first time in history that we've even been in a situation where you needed a border patrol involved in a U.S. Senate race in Nevada But they understand that I'm going to be strong on the border I visited the border Mark three weeks ago I beat the sitting in common senator to the border and we know she's not going to go to the border anytime soon But these are the big issues we face and look at the end of that I think our voters know they've got a former navy in Iraq veteran They've got a former fighting conservative attorney general that's ready to go to work to try to save our country
Guest Host Kurt Schlicter Welcomes Adam Laxalt to the Show
"Adam laxalt, welcome to America first. Thanks for having me. Oh, it's great to see you. The last time I saw you was about two weeks ago at the basque fry in Nevada and they eat a part of the ate a part of the sheep. That you're not used to eating. But I gotta tell you, I went and ate it. And I have now, I have now checked the basque fry box. So I hope that lets me in the club. You have to see it to believe it. I mean, it is, you know, we started that in 2015 since Nevada is one of the first four presidentials. There was no kind of marquee event and we had 7 presidentials come that first year. And this has just been annually a landmark event to have national conservatives come in and we get a couple thousand conservators from all over the state that drive in. It's the oldest, one of the oldest working ranches in our state and as you saw Kurt right there with the mountains as a backdrop, big beautiful Nevada skies. It's just there's nothing like it. It was beautiful. And look, I admire the way that you get top shelf folks out there, Ted Cruz was speaking on the same bill. I know that Ron DeSantis, who does not typically help people, came out and helped you because your navy buddies. You actually served in our military together. That's pretty incredible. Yeah, absolutely. And Ron's showing a lot of folks, how to get it done. That's for sure.
Analyzing the Redacted Affidavit With Article III Project's Mike Davis
"Should we expect to see in an affidavit like this? Let's take out the fact that it is president Trump, just what type of language, what type of material would normally be included in affidavit like this to a judge. What it would show that this would be very factual and it would show from, it would have hearsay, statements, it would have the statements from federal agents and it would show that it would try to lay out factual allegations that would amount to probable cause that a crime occurred. And so that's what they're looking at. They're looking at a potential violation of the espionage act. They're looking at a potential violation of a separate statute that relates to the destruction or theft of government records. And then they're looking at a third crime related to obstruction of those prior to charges and as a matter of law, this it is impossible for president Trump to have committed any of those three crimes because president Trump had the absolute constitutional authority as commander in chief to declassify anything he wanted in any manner he wanted for any reason he wanted and he didn't have to jump through any hoops or get congresses or his any bureaucrats permission to do that. So that's number one. That's a 1988 decision Department of the Navy versus Egan. There is no way that Trump as a matter of law could have violated the espionage act.
Ron DeSantis Blasts Biden Student Loan Giveaway
"Ron DeSantis of Florida. Good morning, governor. Good morning, Hugh. How are you doing? I am great. I want to begin. I'm going to cover a lot with you. The congressional map education prosecutors. But yesterday, Joe Biden gave away maybe $300 billion to people. I'll bet you paid out some student debt when you served in the navy deployed with the seals to Iraq. You were a jag. What did you make of this announcement yesterday? Because my listeners do not like this. No, I thought it was terrible. One, it's unconstitutional, which is obviously something important. I don't think that that's something Biden cares about, but he doesn't have the authority to do this too. You're going to be having plumbers, people that have their own small businesses, waitresses, they're going to be on the hook to pay the student loan of somebody who got a PhD in gender studies. I mean, give me a break. So yes, people should obviously pay back their loans. But then the fact that you're putting this on the backs of working Americans who may have made different choices with regards to education or like you said in most people have done have paid off their debts. And so I think a lot of people who've paid off education debts right now feel like chops because they did the right thing and now Biden's coming in with this.
Kurt Schlichter Describes His Caffeinated Origins
"How do you come to be somebody who writes about the things you're doing, you write at town hall dot com, where you always conservative, where I always want to know before I get into the meat of this book, which is hopeful the title will be back. How do you get to be who you are? Where'd you grow up? What's your story, man? Well, look, I think I was always conservative. My family comes from rural Pennsylvania. I was born in Ohio where my dad was from folgers coffee. He had a bunch of coffee patents. And then hey, slow down. Everybody on this program claims to have a parent who had a bunch of coffee patents. Can you be more? I know. It's a pretty common can you be more specific? What the heck does that mean? When you throw in a term like coffee patents, people like me are going to ask you, could you be more specific? What is a coffee patent? Dad was a chemical engineer after he got out of the navy. He was actually on the aircraft carrier that picked up Alan shepherd.
China Flexes Its Muscles Over Taiwan
"China is conducting precision missile strikes in the Taiwan strait. So Nancy Pelosi visited Taiwan. The idea here was that she was going to demonstrate solidarity with Taiwan. And China immediately started conducting precision missile strikes in the waters off Taiwan's coast as part of military exercises, raising tensions in the region to their highest level in decades. According to The Associated Press, China earlier announced that military exercises by his navy air force and other departments were underway in 6 zones surrounding Taiwan, which Beijing claims as its own territory to be annexed by force if necessary. 5 of the missiles fired by China landed in Japan's exclusive economic zone off haruma. An island far south of Japan's main islands, according to the Japanese defense minister. He said Japan protested the missile landings to China as quote serious threats to Japan's national security and the safety of the Japanese people. Japan's defense ministry speculated that four missiles flew directly over Taipei, the capital city crossing over the mainland and hitting on the other side of Taiwan. Taiwan's defense ministry did not deny the claim saying the flight path was quote outside the atmosphere is not harmful to the vast area on the ground. It flies over. So saying, well, yeah, it overflowed the island, but it was very high up so you wouldn't really even have noticed it. It would seem like kind of a plane. It's very high. That said, the purpose there is to demonstrate which they need to demonstrate because pure geography tells you that Taiwan is under the missile umbrella of China.
China claims 'precision missile strikes' in Taiwan Strait
"China has begun live fire military drills in the waters around Taiwan China says it has conducted precision missiles strikes in the Taiwan strait as part of military exercises by its navy air force and other departments in 6 zones surrounding the island the drills have been prompted by a visit to the island by House speaker Nancy Pelosi this week The intentions to advertise China's threat to attack the self governing island republic in response to moves to solidify its de facto independence from Chinese rule state media says the exercises are joint operations focused on blockade sea target assault strike on ground targets and airspace control I'm Charles De Ledesma
Eric Greitens Is a Victim of Filthy Politics
"I do not claim expertise about Eric right. I do claim a fair amount of knowledge, the man seems to me to have been railroaded out of office when he was governor. And Republicans and Democrats feared him for reasons I am not quite certain of. So it is what it is and I can only say that you don't have an articulate young, very bright, good-looking, navy seal, Rhodes scholar, run every day. I think it's, I think there's a loss there. And it is what it is. Politics is a very, very awful thing in many occasions on many occasions. Larry elder, when running for governor in the Newsom recall, was smeared so spectacularly by the media, the most infamous of many infamous examples. Erica D Smith, who. If one can morally judge a human from what they write, it's not an impressive human being. Said that Larry was the black face of white supremacy. Is politics filthy or today than it was 50 years ago, I don't know.
FBI in for a Rude Wake-Up Call Over Hunter Biden Investigation
"Joining us right now is a friend of the program someone who is super smart and does phenomenal research and investigations, Miranda Devine from the New York Post also author of the laptop from hell, Miranda, welcome back to the Charlie Kirk show. Thanks Charlie grot to be with you. Thank you. So I want to talk to you about this story here. FBI, director ray, are in for a rude wake-up call over the Hunter Biden investigation to your latest piece up at the New York Post NY post dot com. What do you mean by that? Well, on Thursday, Christopher wray, the FBI director appears in Congress before they oversight committee and the Republicans there are planning to really grill him on a few very sinister and concerning issues that have come to the fore in the last week. And you probably know already about chuck gresley has had several FBI whistleblowers come to him and give him information that basically the FBI just sat on buried the Hunter Biden information that came out in 2020 in August 2020 when graz Lee and Ron Johnson were both investigating the Hunter Biden and burisma corruption connections. And then again in October 2020, which was, of course, the month that we at the New York Post broke the first story from Hunter Biden's abandoned laptop and October was also the time the month that tiny bubble linsky, the navy veteran and former business partner of Hunter Biden came forward publicly to say that Joe Biden was involved in his family's influence peddling scheme that Joe Biden was the big guy who was slated to get 10% of one of the Chinese deals and that Tony bubba linsky himself had met twice with Joe Biden to discuss these deals. So
"us navy" Discussed on Veterans Chronicles
"Was an instrumentation company that specialized in optical science is dealing with equipment that uses the primarily visible portion of the electromagnetic spectrum for being able to measure color gloss, haze, clarity, all things that you would find in the pain industry, the textual industry that cosmetics industry, the pharmaceutical industry, you name it. There's an appearance factor dealing with every product that is made. So I have evolved and would not have had that opportunity. My plan originally at high school due to the fact that my father was killed in an automobile accident when I was 7 years of age, how was the youngest of 6 children? My mother had to raise on a very limited budget. Starting in 1932, and I learned how tough it is. And how in my case, my mother raised a family when you don't think it would be possible. So it's not the experience in any one segment of your life, be it the military or it's the combination and how it affects your whole. View of life. You want to accomplish, you want to see your children. We have a large family. We're fortunate. My wife and I have 6 children. We have 16 grandchildren. We have 8 great grandchildren. It's wonderful to see life evolved this way. And most are better off than we, which is good to see. You mentioned, obviously, the difficulty of your family, not only losing your father, but it was a couple of years into the depression at that point as well. How well do you think that mindset helped you help so many in your generation prepare for the challenge that came a decade later and World War II? If sure helped me, my father was very successful by the material standards of that era. He, his grandfather, his father, formed a company construction company that specialized in tunnel work. And so they did big jobs. They did the mill crick shore in St. Louis. So I know a couple of my siblings were born in St. Louis. That's a job that took four or 5 years. Well, in the late 20s, 1930, my father's company got a job down in the yellow mountains of Tennessee. Not many people know of the name yellow mountains, but at that time they bid the job with the engineering information they had. And it was inadequate in that they ran into the flooding, which cost a fortune to take care of. They had a payroll robbery. All cash, $7000. So at that time, in the 1930 29 30, 31 victory, that was a huge loss, uninsured. And so actually, his company needed he cashed in most of his life insurance, which had a lot of, and when he was killed, my mother was left with 6 children ages 7 to 16 and $50,000. Period. To raise genre. So I learned from my mother and behavior my siblings, how you pull through tough economics circumstances. And I guess what I want to say is you can look at any aspect of your life and it's a part of a total. And you are influenced by the combination of everything in the way they go together. And the military side less than three years. It turned out to be 29 or 30 months. And yet it's very significant. What it did, but there are 88 other years..
"us navy" Discussed on Veterans Chronicles
"So many people involved. I came out learning how to, you know, except you got to accept and it taught taught life's lessons in spades. And believe me, this had a positive effect on my whole life. Give us a couple of those key lessons. What were they? Well, good question. How do you express these things? Well there's both the acceptance but as you mature, you will strive for shaving, you learn how to balance your life, you appreciated the gains that come from peace, fresh parity, maturing, and the appreciation for your government. Because of all that they did, the GI Bill, the education that comes from that, it paid your tuition. It paid your books. It gave you $50 a month. My wife and I went to bought our first House and just connected to New York. We paid $7290 for brand new house, got a 4% GI loan with nothing down, 4% doesn't sound like much in these last few years, but prior to that, nobody saw anything but much higher. Somewhere between 7 and 8% and 18%. So the government was good to you. I feel duty bound to live as our land support to your government. And it's hard to see when things go sour. As they seem to have in the last ten, 20 years, sorry we're talking earlier about your life following your time in the service, your education, your marriage, your different jobs. How well do you believe that the military experience in the seabees both the specific skills you learned there as well as some of the lessons you were just talking about help prepare you for your future careers. None of the skills. Are significant that I learned. The life lessons are huge in how you look at life and how you attack the opportunities that then come to you through further education and job. After I was with GE for ten years, I found the training I got at a great company like that was significant and I was hired by a firm in attleboro, Massachusetts instruments development laboratories. It was very significant in the areas dealing with electromechanical switching that was used in the space early space work, the able baker monkey satellites had ideal commutating switches, both in the vehicle and down on the ground, which sample information transmit down a hundred signals a second, different aspects. And so. It gave me a chance for an education. The government gave me a opportunity for a good job. I became president of that company. And then I came to Washington and became a person of Gardner laboratory, which.
"us navy" Discussed on Veterans Chronicles
"He is a CB, a U.S. Navy CB from World War II, and he's been sharing his experiences with us. And Ned, you talked about how you went through boot camp. You mentioned that there were still some Japanese in the hills there at Milne bay, even though the fighting had long ceased, they showed up in your mess hall when they got hungry enough. Did they ever launch violence at you? Try to attack it anyway? No. There was none of that. They were so few of them. When they were stopped by the Australians in probably a 1943 latter part, they receded backwards. That was their further penetration that way. Going further west the bees and some of those islands, the Japanese were there much longer. The only spot in New Guinea further west from Milne bay, which on the eastern tip was an air base, hollandia, and the aircraft were active taking off from hollandia. But other than that, there was no further military action on the island of New Guinea. You mentioned some of the work you did with the wenches and loading and unloading ships and so forth. Talk about some of the projects that took place where they're major infrastructure projects going on as well, or was it mainly with the ships? No. Major infrastructure projects at all. It was strictly, if we had docs to maintain, rebuild, we had ships to load and unload. We had material of a variety to store and outdoor areas and keep intact and then reload ships that would take it further to where the campaign had achieved by this island hopping, so it was strictly a supply support activity. And it makes me aware of just how much it takes to maintain a military action. And the poor guys that were up at the front lowered they took a terrible how much did you talk to the men coming in and out on these ships about what they had been through? The ships that we saw were all cargo ships and the only military aspect every cargo ship had a crew of navy people Manning a couple of turrets that would be for protection, but not terribly effective, not like a warship. But every merchant ship did have a navy compliment to provide some protection beyond just small arms. Talked a little bit earlier about the climate at Milne bay in New Guinea..
"us navy" Discussed on Veterans Chronicles
"It makes me think that, you know, in World War II, 16 million people, total, or uniform. Out of a 135 million total population in United States over 10%. That's a lot. And those that were not overwhelmingly women included in particular worked in some way, dealing with the war effort. Rosie the riveter. It was the most popular conflict I can not convey the feeling to be a part of what is totally popular and cohesive altogether. It's never occurred since then. I don't think it ever will. And shouldn't stop some of the warring that hail that was the last war we were going to have. And look at all that followed. On a day to today basis, it was so warm in New Guinea that we worked for shifts 6 hour shifts. So we had four you would work 6 hours and then another group 6 hours. So we had a base outdoor theater and so no matter when you got off the mess hall was always available. Or movies there when it was dark. It had movies every night. The only Japanese that I didn't see, but occurred in our immediate mess hall or when the weather was raining. Heavy. Three instances occurred where Japanese soldiers who fled into the jungles and the highlands and were not captured, got so hungry, they would come into the chow hall at nighttime with ponchos over their heads. They were so hungry and three instances where they were caught. So he may be aware of the variety of things, you know, I see. The majority of the 16 million were not in combat. It takes so many people. To operate a war. And I was so disappointed not to be one of those in conflict and now I'm very thankful. CB's obviously heavy labor. You talked a little bit about what's working the winches. There's obviously many different construction projects going on. Did you have much background in that? And how long did it take you to kind of get all because being young and low rating, I went in as an apprentice seaman and was discharged the rating of coxswain, which operate the barges and boats, but. The labor was what the lowest level of hail and hardy males can do. For example, a big item that you would find that you were taking on off a ship or loading it on. And you'd pick up a cement bag, but I want to tell you, the cement bag weighed 40 four pounds of cement two pounds of bag. 96 pounds. You pick it up. It's so hot. You're wearing shorts. You cut off your thing, you wear a hat on your head. Nothing on your hurt. You pick up the bag and move it. You do that. Enough times in finding its bleeding in your midsection. With cement powder. So it was physically very hard. And it couldn't have been done by other than young healthy people. Let's pause right there one more time. We'll come back for our final segment with Ned Connor served in the U.S. Navy CVs during World War II. We'll be right back. We are back. This is veterans chronicles. I'm Greg Columbus joined today by Ned Connor..
"us navy" Discussed on Veterans Chronicles
"Got out in February of 49, graduated and immediately had a job, the best one that was offered was from a General Electric company and started in February at Pittsfield, Massachusetts. And every three months you would go to another plant to learn about their products. Next plant was Erie Pennsylvania, the gas turbine locomotive. While there, I married my wife now of almost 65 years. And after a couple of weeks of marriage only a couple weeks we left Erie for Philadelphia. Where I had an assignment dealing with the switch here, the G manufacturers and then to Syracuse for airborne electronics, where we were trying to design and improve the heights altitude indicators of radar and then we would have these large planes take off from Rome air force space in upstate New York and we would calibrate our equipment our heights indicators indicate what we were reading and they would tell us what the altitude really was. So it was involved in that development, which was interesting. Just take a quick pause there. Pick up your story after this short break. This is veterans chronicles. We're back on veterans chronicles. I'm Greg Columbus, honored to be joined today by Ned Connor, a U.S. Navy veteran of World War II served in the seabees. He's given us the general outline of his service to this country during World War II and talked a bit about his post war life as well, which will return to in a moment. But Ned would just like to kind of dive into some of the details about your service. The seabees were created after Pearl Harbor. They were World War II, was their first conflict that they were a part of. What was it like to be part of this new unit? I know you said earlier that you wished you were in the ground forces of the air corps, but was it exciting to be part of this new venture? Well, it wasn't a sense, but I had a disappointment in the sense of late in boot camp. In 1943, a new activity was started called UDT underwater demolition teams, the UDT teams were selected from the seabees. Possibly not exclusively. I don't know. But in the group of my boot camp, we were made aware that there were these openings. I applied, was not accepted. I don't really know what the requirements were. But they had the primary task of going in before the marines would go into an island and take out the underwater obstacles using munitions. Well, that endeavor became very important that it did some wonderful work and became what is now the navy seals. That's where the seals came from the UDT teams, and they've evolved into that, which always interesting, but I was I applied, but wasn't accepted..
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"So we just stayed there. I wondered where we were going to go next. And we never did go anywhere until the war was over. And we said, wow, and I meant to bring, but I couldn't find it. A little newspaper from our battalion that was put out on one sheet of paper, 8 and a half by 15 or 18 chaps surrender. Oh, we're going home. Well, we didn't go home for another four or 5 months. Because somebody had to take all this material and either get it ready for shipping back to the states, but in the most of it, we took out into the bay, which was huge on these pontoon pontoons. And pushed it off into the water. We're talking about bulldozers. We're talking about steel for constant huts. We're talking about you name it. The amount of material that was destroyed is typical of it, I guess, in any war, the costs include what you don't think about when it's over. Getting rid of the material. Now, when I hear about them coming back from Afghanistan and all, I can imagine the logistics problem of what to do with the material. So when we did come back, we came back on what was called a mini aircraft carrier ten or 11,000 tons. The USS at two, which is named for an island up there in the Alaska area. And that was very different than the 29 day excursion going over. This was much faster. We stopped at Pearl Harbor, had liberty. Actually, we stopped at Melbourne, Brisbane, Australia, because we had a boiler problem to fix. So we had some variation. You could go up on the flight deck anytime you wanted. Very different than the trip over. Came back, treasure islands, where we landed. And it was interesting. It treasure island. They operated the mess hall, 24 hours a day, and they were still braining troops on them. The war was over for some months, but it's amazing how long it takes to get everybody back. And so when you come in, you go directly to the mess hall, you can order anything you want. We got in at close to 1 a.m. in the morning. And I ordered a big stake ahead of lettuce and a quart of milk. Because overseas, we never could get fresh anything. And milk I loved, but you couldn't get that sort of food stuff. So after being there for a while, not too many days, we took a train to Samson, New York, and I was discharged in March of I had to look at it up this morning, march 13th of 1946. And I then had a high school diploma. Some things dealing with aircraft and engine qualifications that were not useful. And under the GI Bill, I entered the university of Pittsburgh in June of 1946. And I can't be more complimentary of our government for the investment that they made through the GI Bill. Not all everybody may have taken advantage of it. But the government returned was great from those who were educated. So because I was behind in time, I went around the clock semester. I took electrical engineering and I finished in two and two third years. Did nothing but go to school study. Occasionally, you would eat, but other than that, you did nothing..
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"Welcome to veterans chronicles. I'm Greg Columbus, my guest this week is Ned Connor. He is a veteran of the U.S. Navy seabees from World War II, and he's kind enough to join us today to share his experiences. Ned, it's good to have you with us. Pleasure to be here, Greg, thanks for inviting me. Tell our listeners and viewers a little bit about your background. Where did you grow up and how did you join the service? Well, I grew up in greensburg, Pennsylvania, it's in western Pennsylvania, about 30 miles east of Pittsburgh. And after high school, the war had started. When I was still 17, and I went to an aircraft school in Glendale, California called Curtis Wright technical institute. I wanted to get into the ground forces of the air force. So it was 1920 hours in ten months. And when I came back, I tried to enlist and had a weakness in my left eye vision that they wouldn't accept me and the requirements for being drafted were physically somewhat less. So in a month or two, got notice of being drafted. And hope to get into the ground forces of the air corps, but at that time they were looking for the lowest level rating people, youngest for the navy seabees. And when I went to the first disk, I was a sailor and put it down this year in the navy, and I said, but I was to go to the you're in the navy, but he'd get out of here. So you do what you're told in that period. It was a very popular war and prior to getting into the service. I had that trip on a train from the Los Angeles area back to the Pittsburgh area. It was a long train ride and there's no air conditioning on those trains. So the windows were open and particularly when we got to the middle west. We had the windows open and every station we would stop at while there were these ladies with all types of gifts and things like that, snacks, beverages, and they would go down the line, everybody on that train except maybe two or three people me included were in uniform. And I can remember how this lady came along and it was giving this and she got to me and withdrew what she had. I felt terrible. But it taught me how huge the participation in World War II was. And I couldn't wait to get into uniform. It was embarrassing not to be. Then after getting in, went to camp Perry from junior for boot camp. We had moraine instructors, the eyes, drill instructors. They were very hard on you..
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"At the time a 9 11, I was intelligence special with the army. And I was working in an office and when it happened and we went into the sensitive compartmental information facility to process the intelligence reports and everything. And I just didn't go home for like 30 some hours. But that marked a change in attitude towards service in the military. It's going to be interesting to see how that evolves in the future, our national attention span is not always that great. And if we can't solve a problem and 6 months by throwing a lot of money at it, we tend not to stay in for the long haul. You mentioned your time in the reserves as well as the private sector. The vast majority of it dealing with intelligence work, which is obviously what you were doing when you're active duty as well. What was it about that work that interested you so much? Most of my adult life has been some form of public service. Either is a police officer, active duty, navy reservist, a civilian intelligence specialist working for the army. And even when I retired from civil service and became a defense contractor, I was working on the joint staff working critical infrastructure protection. So the idea of doing a job just for money just is mean something. I've never been shot at. I've never had to shoot anybody. And so I've never been in combat, but at least I know what it's like to be in an operational environment. And I can appreciate those who have been in combat. And you certainly assisted those who are in combat based on your positions in both places. You also held a pretty important logistical position with the army in terms of being in charge of material. I'll talk about that. Well, it was scientific and technical intelligence in support of acquisition..
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"She some you know they were. They were very funny but we couldn't. We couldn't just separate ourselves from five win. Had gone five guys together. Because you're by yourself you might get killed. By one of the japanese people would lock their back and forth without and then we were there in about about about two weeks dan. We got the big deal. Gulf loved it. We made bennett. That went from the fantail all the way up to big law. we're going all and we loved it. We want to give back to. I'll dench san diego and they send us to Jugnauth virginia on through the van. Mike now but but i was so happy that you know after two years and eighteen years old i was now twenty one and become true with what what i i have five battle stars and and show and came home and went and off gables liberty an offered thirty days. And i got got discharge. Let me go back to a couple of those other battle stars. You talked a little bit about what happened at eighty golf. Want you to talk a little bit more about that. When it looked like the japanese had you dead to right right right we just. We're caught in. Their visually with mccarter would ships. I'll you know land all the troops and and and we wish applauding. We were screening oil tankers and and supply ships and we got to keep moving because of the beadle bombers coming at us at night we could. We had asleep on our battle station because that was up for about five days and do just been. The sandwiches were eighty and today there and made smoke but we ran out of smoke so not a starter pumping auditor Just to cover the battle. I mean to the supply ships that we wish weiner bar and Dan finally we could see in often. Name for the battle was really taken care. Halsey was up north. Came back down back down to the did a job on a deputy took off. Yeah wow that in. Well i i was. I think the good lord would make clearly multiple timeout. I'm catholic algebra altar boy and i was drafted. I said my last master with bother murphy..
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"Is i jumped from from the fly on the sheet. Break down to the boat. Deck and the The ship that The airplane landed about ten people when it blew up a rivet. A little river like that wouldn't into was foot. I looked down. There was and i pulled it out. I kept it for a while. And i lost it. I can't believe it. And i told him i should get a heart that you or jumping and we stayed there in one of the sailors aboard ship got appendicitis so we had to go in to a dea. Tall were all ships were anchored doing that. Hospital ship there. They send us in there with him and that was lucky because the ship that took place got clobber because it was somebody and so we got into a tall and And you can be surprised. How much debt they were. Even dropping the camouflage recombinant there and hit one l. s. t. And we were pretty close to it. Probably a mile away and we went over there to save all the sailors. Could they were jumping off the ship ship born yup so we went and picked up those guys and then captain trying to put out the fire when he did. He wanted to ship to close and rep the side of the ship of our d. but a big hole in it. And then they send us to guam adopt. Bobby state guam instead. Let's pause right there tom. We'll be right back veterans chronicles. We are back on veterans chronicles. Greg columbus honored to be joined today by tom tosca. He's a world war. Two and korea veteran of the us navy. And you were just telling us the harrowing story of okinawa and keep going your left us at guam. We get to open to and Your us up. We stayed there about a month. I'd loved it because i was playing baseball. Back and forth under doc was a couple of salesperson couple army. I walked by and i should say words. Jpl shoal show. They should all down the other..
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"Then you're on your way to okinawa later on. But i made i can tell you the day. We'd landed on okinawa april first easter sunday. Nineteen forty five l. Quite a day tell me about it. As as well we went in there would Battle eggers sweet for the battlewagons for submarines. And they just landed all his very little bit resistant. We're we're screening for the. I could saw battlewagon and it was shooting their big guns over on the aisle and my place overnight was a sean man. I learned to be a soon. I man and it was always up next to the captain. That's where my station was she. Because we got khattak would wait a submarine or something that we could call the ship untold captain. But what he had to do and you just related down to his speed would like that. Well we're screening for actor saw. The aca kept moving closer because there was no resistance so we followed it in and just as soon as that but you got in their close. I was up next to the captain doubt. I use his binoculars to look at what was happening on the island. Next thing i know was shelled. Go on landon. Round the acted saw. Didn't hit it. Totally cat bikes cabinet. I should just shooting at the aca saw. Eci i see that when you get out of here so he started shipped together away next thing in a what paul right by us. We took up. He put it in full. Go beat and when he did. The shells were landing on our fantail dot hitting the ship nude boom won't follow right out and I was there up thing a next thing i know. He's on the microphone. And he says. I all you guys better check. This gives so then that but then we were sent out to screen for the submarines on the island way out and With the other ships and We were out there and I'm telling you you see how bad that was came. Ecology coming in there. Were i mean hitting ship all over the place and we were shooting at one. Would i guns in and got guns and the next thing i know gary comes new started at us while i'm john. You never see guy just gets show scare they would. They were jumping from one deck in. I don't know why but they did it. One guy was training begun use train and train and train and that he shot ship. That airplane guy come down to jump over to the side. One of the guys standing there grab them. She get back fake. I mean that's how you never realize until something like that happened and it missed us by bobby ten feet. We were lucky. God was jewish question. We had a great captain guy could remove ship joke and I was standing a signal moment. Came up abcradio remember. And he came up. He called me cheap because my name is al staticky I should yeah well by. She's my put something wrong with my foot. Actually what you do..
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"What are you doing in a navy ship. I had drafted what else you want. But he was of course he hadn't seen him in three years ago so the first thing he says to you is not. Hey it's great that you're here. It's why why are you with the baby. Yeah yeah was dumped in eight dollars. Because when i left i was just a kid. Yeah and then. Of course that was i was probably each year old. Eighteen draft right. That's that's great so then you went to the south pacific. Where did you go i. Well we were scientist. I on treasure in solomon islands. An we worked out of their escorting ships around around a shop pacific. You know we were shown. Act for underwater sound deals already pobably trio four yeesh circling the ship that image battlewagons Our aircraft carriers are or troopships are a supply ship and stuff like that. We were always doing it varied which should be going on. We've sailed around. I went around the world flash on the shopper. Shish show many miles we went. Wow what are some of the common places that you went or did it all over the place. I'm proud of of of because we we have. I have five battle stash in five battle. And i was in a solomons and then it we've made two small islands asia and maybe island where they were small. That we we always was the drop off the tubes and they they took over the out because the i had raid ion. It was making contact with ira airplane. Should he took the island over there. Wouldn't into Philippines lady goal got caught in the in the ann. Harbor gaps surrounded. I just looked at tv at eight. A nice loose story about that. How how admiralty beat navy at head of lady gulf when they surrounded lady go. We're inside here and we're we make smoke because the torpedo bombers were common at every night. Lucky i didn't. We didn't get one much. Gosh it made a big hole and they dad just taken oil out of usual at didn't shake yet so then we and we got ready to go to okinawa. No let's pause right there We'll be right back with tom. Totski on veterans chronicles. We're back on veterans. Chronicles honored to be joined. Today by tom totski. Us navy veteran of world war two and korea and top. You were just telling us about the harrowing experience in les golf..
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"Our guest. This week got veterans. Chronicles is world war. Two and korean war veteran top tosca. He served in the us navy. Tom thank you very much for being with us. Thank you gonna me. We just interviewed your your brother for another episode. So i know how this i answer is probably going to go. Where were you born and raised and northampton mess out born. Actually and the little town of hate bill. Okay and that's where we started and we always say northampton because it's just sitting in a little town two thousand people and What was it like growing up in the depression. It was it. I was brought up with You know nine family when my father birkin twenty four seven and he was a great death. He bought us all up. And i lot of respected to jimmy fisher. Who's here mother. She bought us rela. Nice lady Seventeen years all she took over my mother died. I was seven years old. She was forty six and she was a great lakes. I i i've stayed with her. She was not up to ninety two. and she's i'm ninety two now. Who's older you are bob. No i'm older. But i'm always second clash import either celebrity. I'm just down the road or you're a pretty acclaimed teacher yourself. Well i i work hard at i taught myself and i am very successful teaching. I still teach. I teach at the western mass family officer at match Teach a banya k country club in west palm beach. What do you remember about pearl harbor day when the japanese attacked. Yeah i was riding a bicycle and In the middle of a little town and somebody told me that the japanese says just clear up a bomb pearl harbor. I should worried. Borough ever didn't even know where it was and then they told me that the japanese that was in hawaii remember by itching to get in the fight. Yeah while i was young kid in high school and after after a couple years more. I wanted to get in serbish. Does you unless no drafted. I was drafted. I was drafted e forty three and I was in very high. She grew up to senior and been drafting. I was going to draft walk and my sister. Who jimmy's mother says the me you tell them you still high school and it will defer. I went there. And i was standing in line guy ahead of me. Get near viewed by the isis. You how you like the navy. He's he's i wanted to go on. The army guy says well just you to go in the navy. Get the hell out of here so i should well when i go in there. I'm gonna keep outside. I went in and sat down and you should. How do you like the navy. I was fine usually here you on the navy any did me a favor. Because i'd love the navy..
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"He also served as a member of congress from virginia specializing in national security issues. Our conversation took place during his time in congress and we began by discussing his early years where he was born and raised all the way through the excruciating test to become a us navy seal. So i was. I was born in baltimore. But i was raised on maryland's eastern shore so small small. No stop light town. Called heron on the shore raised by a single mother. And we're gonna farm pretty young. Was there a history of military service in your family. My grandfathers both served so my one of my mother's father served in world war two and my father's father served in vietnam but it wasn't We weren't close to them or anything like that. In quite frankly my my mother's father served in world war two never neither one of them never talked they'd never talked about it So it wasn't something that was like close close to me. I'm not. I'm not even sure. What the catalyst was initially that that that made me wanna serve. But i didn't want to be marine initially and then That i've rented dick more cinco book. Who is a former seal author and then Wash that cheesy. Charlie sheen movie navy seals and decided wannabe seal. So the minute you joined the navy you knew you wanted to i. I was in high school. And i i actually signed up for the delayed entry program. The navy seventeen. And i already knew that i wanted. I wanted to be a seal never mind. I couldn't swim that well right. Had no idea how to do aside. Schroeck what..
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With my buddy and record them in Putting on monitor private YouTube channel than only he and I can see a channel All the fun. Things that me and Clarkson so buddy's name is Clark yeah and That's that's pretty much it. I bumped into an old Polish woman. She pointed at me and she said thinner and So I don't know what that's about but I feel bad about bumping into or did you not it down. Knock down Okay did you help her back up? No no no. That's why she said thinner team on come on eating something for us. Just eat not be hungry. Your dog dogs eat their own poop. Damon please eat. This is the best made lunch. We did we killed a chicken and boiled it just for you on uman. Who ON FLESH? I really do these blue during that time. Getting that it's very. Oh Oh that's the front door right. I think we're picking up like an old doctor. Demento radio show okay. Ding Dong Ding. Dong that's definitely the door hold. That's the door. Hello Hello I'm Father Mulcahy from the Catholic Church Why are you both astronaut helmets? Well we got them for free. So is that why you stopped by Father? No NO NO I. I've been warned about evil diva. There's I have a I have a tip a hot tip that you may have a demon a demon all. Can you define evil Deibel us? It's it's a rhyming catchphrase. Just hoping it's going to catch on. Okay okay I'm sorry. Beautiful beautiful old Polish woman told me about it. I'm strangely in love with her. But due do my my vow celibacy celibacy yes I was GONNA say sobriety but is a joke. I need a little nip anyway. Speaking of Would you like to wear drink father not to drink but I need to see the puppy? The puppy why did you just see the puppy because there's a demand team and living inside it there's Domon we have a demon here. Yeah you're saying there's evil devil in our Demar wait. This all is starting to make sense. I mean it does make sense in terms of not being the doctor. Demento show that we heard there is there is evil demon. Dog failed to speak his growling at me could in fact the power of Christ compel him or you look. It's been a while since I've done an exorcism but I did bring my kit. Okay please do something father. Can you remove evil devil and leave us the the demon dog the dog the dog? Could you re we love the we could do without the deal? So you want to get you want to get the deal out of how deem yes please. This demo is X. `SMS on Tape Chapter One. Okay just need to bone up just need a bone up a little bit. It's been a while done this before I have. I have but it's been I. I did it increase training school. Luckily I held onto my cassette tapes. Father do under Bar Myer pods. I just got. I don't know if they'll hook up to this I just got turn on the blue box based sweetheart. I guess the father wouldn't father wouldn't take the puppy. I guess we'll just have to have put down. Are you serious? What else do we can't have two puppies in this apartment. Because then I guess Ogle ready or then I'm sorry then I guess you gotTa Go. I gotta go. I think that's going to help either. Can TAKE CARE. Two dogs or one dog and you okay been. I think that this is unfair. We've been together for a long time in a long time. You can't even seventy the dog fixed homework. You can't even. You can't even give me a number the long time shears and then it was official for years ago nonetheless. You told me that you got the dog fixed. I did get the dog fixed. Then how does it? How God Damn Puppy? I don't know okay. Maybe it's a miracle of God okay. Maybe it's an immaculate. Conceptual you say you know. What if it was a miracle? God father mcconaughey would've taken it. Maybe but now I may take this dog and I'm going put bring him to the vet and getting destroyed. You'RE GONNA kill possibly Christ. I don't know what to do. You're going to kick me out of my apartment. It's just ridiculous. What do you want me to say? Okay. This is a defying dog. Okay I can't just say do it? I mean maybe you and I can just move to a different apartment. That's bigger and maybe would allow two dogs fine..