As Afghanistan fades into the rear view mirror interests in the conflict wanes as does the desire to learn lesson’s that were paid for by the lives of both combatants and innocents. In an attempt to highlight some of the observations I’ve made over the years I’m venturing into the world of podcasting in an effort to determine if I can mimic the success of the masters. Dan Carlin, Daniele Bolelli, Darryl Cooper, Joe Rogan, Jocko Willink and Dave Rubin have excellent podcasts some focused on history some on current events and they are consistently interesting.
This first episode is on the Lone Survivor incident which was an easy one to do because virtually everything people remember about it is false. Once a put up a few more of these my. plan is to your an audio podcast service to get them on iTunes and Goggleplay to see if I can carve out a niche. Enjoy.
4 Replies to “Free Range Starts Podcasting”
Welcome back Tim. Drive on, drive on, drive on!
Great job on the podcast. I was glued to the broadcast. I could listen to your stories all day. Excellent points. I look forward to more in the future.
You are a excellent story teller. L/cpl Pennington may have made the best iron sight kill shot of the war. Fantastic shooting.
That Marine deserved a serious award and I asked Andy McManus if he got one but have not heard back
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