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Ep. 256: Michael Denehy (Green Beret)

Michael Denehy served in the U.S. Army as a Green Beret and deployed 7 times.  The first face he encountered off the plane of his first deployment was none other than Mark Zinno.  Denehy retired as a Lieutenant Colonel in 2017 and went into small business ownership.  He owned Chattabrewchee brewery that won several awards.  Although Denehy owned the brewery, he doesn’t drink alcohol anymore and is very open about his personal struggles to… Go to Episode

Ep. 255 – Daniel Kearney (Colonel, U.S. Army)

Daniel Kearney grew up as an Army brat but now calls Georgia home.  After earning a Marketing degree, Kearney commissioned in 2002 as a Second Lieutenant.  In his 19 years of service, he has 13 combat deployments including one in the well-known Korengal Valley of Afghanistan.  Colonel Kearney continues his service and, at the time of this recording, serves as the Director of Future Operations an AI-Enabled Corps efforts known as… Go to Episode

Ep. 254 – John Troxell (U.S. Army/ SEAC, Joint Chiefs of Staff)

John Wayne Troxell enlisted in the U.S. Army as an armored reconnaissance specialist in 1982 and later served on 5 combat deployments including 2 during Operation Iraqi Freedom.  Troxell capped off his military career by serving as the Senior Enlisted Advisor to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff during the Trump administration.  Although his 37 years of service ended in 2020, he’s continued to share his stories and experiences.Support the… Go to Episode

Ep. 253 – Brian Andrews & Jeffrey Wilson (U.S. Navy / Authors, “Sons of Valor”)

Brian Andrews and Jeffrey Wilson both served in the U.S. Navy, Andrews on a fast-attack submarine and Wilson as a Combat Surgeon with the U.S. Marines and Navy SEALs through multiple deployments. After serving, both have moved on to writing military thrillers. Their latest endeavor, Sons of Valor, is the first book in their new Tier One series, a Wall Street Journal and Amazon Best-selling series. Support the podcast by supporting our… Go to Episode

Ep. 252 – John “Coke” Blocher (Military Assistant to the Undersecretary of Defense for Policy)

Colonel John “Coke” Blocher received his commission from the Air Force Academy in 1999.  He is a senior pilot with more than 1500 flying hours in the A/OA-10 “Warthog” and the AT-38 as an instructor pilot.  Blocher was on the ground with the U.S. Army on March 20th as they breached the berm into Iraq, fought battles in Tallil, Al Kifl, Karbala and Baghdad.  Just one month later for Operation Monty,… Go to Episode

Ep. 251 – William Markham (Air Force/ CEO, Co-Founder, Project One Vet @ a Time)

Command Chief Master Sergeant William Markham had a 30 year career in the Air Force starting in 1986. During that time he directed several airstrikes and in 2001, he was the first Airman in Afghanistan as a Combat Controller attached to “Triple Nickel” which he later received a silver star for actions of gallantry. After his retirement, Markham continued to serve his community first with the Special Operations Warrior Foundation and then… Go to Episode

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