Mat Best, Jarred Taylor and Evan Hafer
Free Range American: Ep 070 Leroy Petry - Medal of Honor Recipient
Hosts Evan Hafer and Jarred Taylor welcome Medal of Honor Recipient Leroy Petry to the podcast. The group discusses topics such as the lives of 75th Ranger Regiment soldiers, how hardship in life can prove to be beneficial, and the issues the nation is facing as Election Day approaches. Shop FRA Merch: https://shop.freerangeamerican.us/
Free Range American: Ep 069 Jamey Caldwell
Mat Best and Logan Stark host Jamey Caldwell, retired Army Sergeant Major and current pro bass fisherman. Jamey Spent over 21 years serving in special operations and now fishes competitively and provides training courses for weapons with a specialty in night vision tactics.
Free Range American: Ep 068 Congressman Dan Crenshaw
Host Jarred Taylor travels to Houston, Texas to catch up with Congressman Dan Crenshaw for a second episode. Jarred and Dan discuss the current presidential race, the policies that either side is running on, how difficult it can be for parties to actually work together and holding your elected officials accountable. .
Free Range American: Ep 067 Kyle Lamb and Clay Hutmacher
Jarred Taylor and Tyr Symank host the follow up episode of Kyle Lamb and Clay Hutmacher. Kyle and Clay share stories about people they met during their time in the military, shooting pigs on the coast of Somalia and what Kyle is like as a passenger on Clay's helicopter.
Free Range American: Ep 066 Kyle Lamb
Kyle Lamb returns for another episode hosted by Evan Hafer and Logan Stark. The group discusses Evan's recent bowhunting experience, the politics of lead bullets, Operation Gothic Serpent, the value of lessons learned on the battlefield, and how to help prevent your buddies from making the same mistakes.
Free Range American: Ep 065 Clay Hutmacher
Evan Hafer, Jarred Taylor and Tyr Symank host Major General (Ret.) Clay Hutmacher. Clay served over 40 years in the military, most of his career was spent as a leader as an Army Special Operations Aviator. He commanded at every level during his three tours with the 160th SOAR. Clay discusses his career in the military and his current mission as the President and CEO of Special Operations Warrior Foundation. SOWF provides the surviving children of fallen special operations personnel the tools and funding needed to pursue and complete their post-secondary education goals. For more information or to donate visit: https://specialops.org