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Feb 22, 2021

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, ultimately tracking down a surgeon willing to perform a procedure deemed too...


Feb 19, 2021

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 learned from them

3. All things aviation. My personal journey and...


Feb 15, 2021

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 record-setting 737 BASE jumps in one year. In June 2017 he reclaimed this record...


Feb 12, 2021

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 should I do

3. I am planning to be a first-time gun owner, where...


Feb 8, 2021

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 grenade in order to save the life of a fellow Marine. Carpenter is the...