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So far Matthew Pascarella has created 84 blog entries.

Ep. 80 – Matthew Betley (Marine, Author)

Don't ever say that a little anger can't be turned around for good. Matthew Betley is living proof that a whole lotta disdain for something, if re-directed in the right way, can lead to something pretty amazing. He took his anger, specifically for a highly-recommended international spy thriller he decided to start reading on vacation,

2018-09-01T04:07:45+00:00August 28th, 2018|

Ep. 79 – Alex Juedes (Marine)

Thinking he would go to college & follow a much different path, Alex Juedes ended up "dropping out" to follow in his father's footsteps & become a Marine. He loved being a Marine in fact. But, on January 25, 2014, Alex Juedes was manning an MRAP gun turret in Afghanistan when an RPG slammed into

2018-08-21T05:58:54+00:00August 21st, 2018|

Ep. 78 – John Timar (Navy SEAL, Kill Cliff)

If you’ve ever wondered what the power of the mind looks like, and you’re also looking for some inspiration, then this is the episode for you! John Timar is a former Navy SEAL, who is now the Chief Sales Officer for Kill Cliff, a leading clean hydration and sports nutrition brand for elite athletes. John

2018-08-15T10:45:40+00:00August 14th, 2018|

Ep. 77 – Steve Dawson (1st SFOD-D, Rescue in Panama)

This week we step off the beaten path and cover an oft-forgotten operation, and the stellar career in special operations of Steve Dawson. Steve spent 25 years in the Army - most of those with Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) and Special Forces. He spent the better part of his career as an operator with Delta

2018-08-13T03:20:58+00:00August 7th, 2018|

Ep. 75 – Ryan Hepworth (Combat Trauma)

Ryan Hepworth worked on some of the most intense trauma cases as an Army nurse. He knew he was going to experience those situations when he volunteered to work in combat trauma. A decision he says was based on a willingness to "know" the patients he was working on. Working in the combat hospital in

2018-07-24T14:53:38+00:00July 24th, 2018|

Ep. 74 – Richard Prince (Vietnam/Hue 1968)

Richard Prince fought in one of the most horrific battles of Vietnam, and one that often gets overlooked. The battle for Hue City during the Tet Offensive of 1968 was an all-out grudge match & street fight that lasted for several weeks. Prince found himself fighting in one of the most hellish engagements of the

2018-07-17T00:09:06+00:00July 17th, 2018|

Ep. 73 – Mike Vining Returns! (1st SFOD-D/EOD)

This week we return with another episode with the living legend, Mike Vining. Mike has taken part in so many unique missions as an Operator and EOD Technician. And we cover a handful of those in this week's episode. From Vietnam to Presidential elections, to prison riots, to the bombing of Khobar Towers, Mike Vining

2018-07-10T00:10:00+00:00July 10th, 2018|

Ep. 72 – MSgt Orlando Reyes (Marine)

This week's episode is a little less about combat engagements, and more about another deadly threat amongst veterans: suicide. Master Sgt. Orlando Reyes served in three combat deployments to Iraq, but never faced a greater enemy than the one within. The stress from those deployments, the PTSD, and the failed relationships that resulted, drove Reyes

2018-07-02T23:24:45+00:00July 2nd, 2018|