The Brief explores survival, first responders, and combat experiences. We interview old friends and make some new ones too. The podcast offers personal stories and seeks to draw educational value from the past so that we may innovate and prepare for the future and the American way of life. Our guests include entrepreneurs, civilians, law enforcement, patriots, first responders and active and retired military members from all different generations.
If a man designed it, a man built it, a man can fix it - Vocational Education
The Brief crosses paths with Ed Gerber aka "Knuckle Ed" to discuss organizing our thoughts, collaborating with others and vocational education. We think out loud with Ed to see what he really wants to do and how we can help him get there.
What do you do for this world? - History
On Episode 7 of The Brief we run through the draft of Crude and Rude which is a "book" in the making. Stories of interesting characters, crazy entrepreneurs and some inspirational quotes.archangelsupply.comtactopsusa.us
Evolution - Calculated Moves
Outlaw Morgan joins us to tell us his story and his reality of the current world. From evolution of ones self to calculated moves through time, we explore Outlaw Morgan's journey.Check out and support Outlaw Morgan at the following site: Outlaw Morgan –...
Opportunity - If you have the will
Johnny and Jesse have the pleasure to talk with Franck from Tactopsusa. Franck discusses his patented SelfDefender tool, French Special Forces, coming to America, body guards and the life of an entrepreneur. Franck is an authority on many things...
What keeps me up at night - Investing
Johnny and Jesse share their experiences with investing in todays environment and steps to take to be successful in the future. We navigate real estate, the entrepreneurial spirit and how to make good choices through self exploration and being true to...
Technology - What the future might hold
We visit with John Tuff about his take on technology and what the future holds. Do SciFi movies give us a social blueprint to the future? 3D printing, Raspberry pi custom built crash boxes and more..