John Stryker Meyer, call sign--Tilt, hosts untold stories of the operations of MAC-V SOG. Vietnam. The Secret War.
007: Don Haase - Crew Chief Brings Rotorhead View of SOG Missions into Laos and Cambodia
Don was a crew chief with the 195th Assault Helicopter Company that supported SOG Recon teams on missions across the fence. He brings a different perspective to the deadly secret war fought during the Vietnam War.
006: One Day in SOG, He Faced Death Three Times Without a Shot Fired. John E. Peters
John E. Peters - Co-Author of On The Ground.
Peters ran SOG recon on ST Rhode Island and as a strap-hanger, joining another team for one mission. On one day he could have died three times.
005: Larry Trimble. Alone on Marble Mountain Observing Sapper Attacks
On Aug. 23, 1968, a sapper attack at FOB 4 killed 16 Green Berets in one night
Larry with RT Rattler took out enemy mortar teams which prevented the body count from going higher. At one point, Larry was along on the mountain...
004: Untold Stories. SOG Recon at CCS. With Marcus Whitt
Marcus served a year in SOG, went across the fence into Cambodia, went on to serve 30 years in the Army and today helps reservists obtain VA benefits.
003: We Few, and Whispers In The Tall Grass. With Nick Brokhausen
We Few and Whispers in The Tall Grass - Two SOG books detailing missions across the fence in Laos.
Headline: Three million plus Americans served in Vietnam, only 500-700 ran SOG missions across the fence. Nick was one of them.
002: Jim "Wild Carrot" Jones's SOG Recon Mission to Recover Downed Pilots
SOG Recon team leader haunted by failed mission returns to crash site on his own money
Twenty-five years later, he spent $35,000 of his money to personally return to the crash site, then things got ugly
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Totally amazed that this was actually happening! The most deadly game! Could not imagine how intense something like that would be. Thanks for sharing
Far and away the most interesting podcast I’ve discovered. These stories are finally being shared, and it’s so important for society. Thank you!