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Stand At Ease is a weekly podcast by Veterans and aimed at other Veterans, Active Duty Military Personnel, and the families and friends who are the foundation and support of these men and women. The hosts are Ssgt James L. Johnson, Sgt. Garland Green, an

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Stand At Ease is a weekly podcast by Veterans and aimed at other Veterans, Active Duty Military Personnel, and the families and friends who are the foundation and support of these men and women. The hosts are Ssgt James L. Johnson, Sgt. Garland Green, an

    Episode 38: Part 2 - The Real Diehl

    Episode 38: Part 2 - The Real Diehl

    The disconnected states seem to have a common characteristic of no sustainable economic opportunity much less comparative advantage where information is no longer cables, and the insecurity with more info, TSA, readiness fatigue, TSA challenge while the disconnected states seem to have a common characteristic of no sustainable economic opportunity much less comparative advantage. How to expand economic advantage is outlined on this series by Russ Diehl’s work with USAID and many other dimensions of national power besides military.

    • 1 hr 6 min
    Episode 37: Part one - The Real Diehl

    Episode 37: Part one - The Real Diehl

    The disconnected states seem to have a common characteristic of no sustainable economic opportunity much less comparative advantage where information is no longer cables, and the insecurity with more info, TSA, readiness fatigue, TSA challenge while the disconnected states seem to have a common characteristic of no sustainable economic opportunity much less comparative advantage. How to expand economic advantage is outlined on this series by Russ Diehl’s work with USAID and many other dimensions of national power besides military.

    • 1 hr 7 min
    Episode 36: Stands of Valor

    Episode 36: Stands of Valor

    Nimitz stated about the Marines and sailors who fought on Iwo Jima that uncommon valor was a common virtue. The men who fought there did it because it was their job – hot for glory and valor. The warriors who earned awards, regardless of where they earned them, deserve to be respected and honored for their sacrifice. Thomas Richards earned his Navy Cross in Vietnam while with the 9th Marines – the same unit our co-host Jim was with when he earned his. Listen as we discuss the impact of stolen valor.

    • 1 hr 4 min
    Epiode 35: Casting Upon the Waters

    Epiode 35: Casting Upon the Waters

    Chris Bowers and Matt Lewisson had a chance meeting on the banks of a river in Virginia while they were fishing for catfish. After a short conversation, they found out they were both Marine veterans and wounded warriors who shared a passion for fishing – which has evolved into a similar passion for golf and the start of a friendship that happens amongst brothers in arms. Chris and Matt joined us for this show to discuss the Salute Military Golf Association (http://www.smga.org/) and the lures that Matt makes for fishing. Enjoy the show!

    • 1 hr 4 min
    Episode 34: Muscle Reflexes

    Episode 34: Muscle Reflexes

    William “Billy” Myers joined the Marines at 17, right after he graduated high school. He served in the years right before Vietnam became known in most of the households around the United States. After he got out, he went to college, then on to teach high school (as well as coaching football and baseball). He also wrote two books: Honor the Warrior and Marines, Medals, and Vietnam. In this episode, we chat about his latest book as well as get the correct pronunciation of “Lejuene.”
    To order his books (and he’ll inscribe a message of your choice), you can get them from him ($25.00 +$3.00 shipping and handling: William L. Myers
4715 Woodlawn Road

    • 1 hr 3 min
    Episode 33: Stepping Up

    Episode 33: Stepping Up

    According to the Veteran’s Administration, there are currently 33 documented suicides of veterans happening every month. Too many of these young men and women have slipped through the cracks, either because of the bureaucracy or because they’ve nutted it up and drove on – just like we are trained to do. Rich Rossi has come back to the show to discuss this issue and more, as well as helping us to understand one of the ways he’s doing something about it by getting the Daniel Center Listen in and step up!

    • 1 hr 1 min

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