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Ep. 341 – Jay Dorleus (U.S. Green Berets / Founder, ‘Green Beret Chronicles’)

Jay Dorleus joined the military in 2003 as a 12B combat engineer and completed basic training and AIT in July 2003. In 2003, Jay deployed in support of Iraqi freedom and redeployed in 2004. After his second Iraq deployment, Jay applied to attend Special Forces Assessment and Selection (SFAS) and was selected to attend the qualification course. Once he graduated the qualification course, Jay was assigned to 3rd Special Forces… Go to Episode

Ep. 340 – Daniel Fielding (U.S. Green Berets / Author, ‘The Asset Mindset’)

Daniel Fielding is a former Special Forces Green Beret, a loving husband, a father of three children, a celebrity bodyguard, and a bestselling author. He developed the tools he puts forth in his book, ‘The Asset Mindset’, through his life experiences, including his time in the Special Forces. Support the podcast by supporting our sponsors at Shop Amazon! As an Amazon Associate We Earn From Qualifying Purchases…You Know The Deal!… Go to Episode

Ep. 339 – Captain Neil Hansen (Air America / Author, ‘Flight’)

Neil Hansen began his aviation career as a pilot for Teamster boss Jimmy Hoffa. He later spent more than a decade in Southeast Asia during the Vietnam War era as a captain for Air America, the CIA’s airline that operated there during the Vietnam era and the ‘Secret War’ in Laos. Neil reveled in the risky flying that fed his adrenaline addiction. Support the podcast by supporting our sponsors at… Go to Episode

Ep. 338 – Richard Stroud (U.S. Navy / Lockheed Martin)

Richard ‘Dick’ Stroud joined the U.S. Navy at age 17 during World War II, and he continued his service through the Korean War. Richard served as a U.S. Naval Aviator with seven years active duty plus ten years of service in the U.S. Navy Reserve. He was selected to be a member of the U.S. Blue Angels – the U.S. Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron — in 1951 after the Korean… Go to Episode

Ep. 337 – Brian Tally (U.S. Marines / Brian Tally VA Employment Transparency Act)

Brian Tally is a former Sergeant in the United States Marine Corps who enlisted in 1994 and served active duty from 1995-99. He was stationed in Camp Lejeune NC; Okinawa Japan; and Camp Pendleton California during his service while also serving abroad in six different countries. Brian was a successful small business owner prior to his life changing VA medical malpractice injury in 2016. Brian now spends his time advocating… Go to Episode

Ep. 336 – Michael Cataldi (U.S. Marines)

Michael Cataldi joined the U.S. Marine Corps in January of 2003 and would go on to serve in the 3rd Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion as a Light Armored Vehicle Repairman from August of 2003 to February of 2007. When vehicles weren’t broken, Michael deployed as a Dismount Scout (Infantry), Vehicle Driver, Vehicle Commander, and a Designated Marksman. Michael was honorably discharged in February 2007 as a Corporal. Support the podcast… Go to Episode