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It is safe to say that I have wandered a bit. I served in the military, flew some jets, jumped out of most, climbed mountains (I jumped off of them too), taught fitness, owned a gym, and have spent the last few years speaking to organizations and leaders. It has been a journey, and in all honesty, I have no idea where it is going. I seek the things that make me uncomfortable. I move towards things that scare me. I think you should too

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Episode 170 - Wil Willis


Wil Willis is a former Army Ranger and Pararescueman as well as a tv show host of military shows such as Special Ops Mission, and Triggers: Weapons That Changed the World. Most recently, he was the host of the History channel program Forged In Fire...


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   3h36m
 
 

Full Auto Friday - Round 42


Rapid-fire Q and A submitted from the listeners! A variety of topics with a five-minute time cap per answer. 1. Is it common for people to turn to religion on deployment 2. I've been an LEO for 14 years, advice for coping with what we see/deal with at...


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   32m
 
 

Episode 169 - Chadd Wright


Born and raised in the mountains of rural northwest Georgia, Chadd grew up obsessed with becoming a SEAL, but when the Navy discovered a rare but asymptomatic cyst on his heart, he was disqualified from entering BUD/s. Chadd refused to give up,...


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   2h55m
 
 

Full Auto Friday - Round 41


Rapid-fire Q and A submitted from the listeners! A variety of topics with a five-minute time cap per answer. 1. The most bizarre transitions I have seen SOF members make into civilian life 2. Mistakes - those that I made in my career and what I...


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   33m
 
 

Episode 168 - Miles Daisher


Miles Daisher is an accomplished canopy pilot with more than 10,000 skydives and 6,00 BASE jumps. In 2005, he set a BASE jumping record by launching 57-times in a single day, climbing a total of nearly 29,000 vertical feet, and performed a...


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   2h23m
 
 

Full Auto Friday - Round 40 with Nelson Grant


A Friday listener Q and A with help from my friend Nelson Grant. We do our best to limit each answer to five minutes.. 1. I am worried about my safety, where should I start learning self-defense 2. I have dreams for my life, my family hates them, what...


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   35m
 
 

Episode 167 - Kyle Carpenter


Kyle Carpenter is a medically retired United States Marine who received the United States' highest military award for valor, the Medal of Honor, for his actions in Afghanistan on 21 November 2010. On that day, Carpenter threw himself on an enemy...


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   2h53m
 
 

Full Auto Friday - Round 39 with Brian Bishop


Rapid-fire discussion and commentary from listener-submitted questions. We do our best to keep it to under five minutes per answer, we often fail. 1. What should I expect/advice for those entering service in a "peacetime" military 2. The company I...


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   40m
 
 

Episode 166 - Sean "Buck" Rogers


Sean was raised in Phelan, California. After what can only be described as a rough childhood, Sean decided to leave home and start a new life away from the childhood trauma and away from everything that weighed him down. Sean joined the military at...


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   3h2m
 
 

Full Auto Friday - Round 38 with Brian Bishop and Nelson Grant


Rapid-fire Q and A responding to listener submitted topics with guest hosts Brian Bishop and Nelson Grant. 1. Will "package" size impact my training and career opportunities in the military 2. Why do the majority of military members lean to the...


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