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Just a few of the folks that we’ve interviewed on Chicago’s Black Business RADIO Network: Reverend Wheeler Parker (Emmett Till’s Cousin), Tuskegee Airman (The Original), Actor and Producer Charles S. Dutton, Cook County Clerk Dorothy Brown, Mayoral Candidates William "Dock" Wall and Patricia Van Pelt-Watkins, Illinois Senator Donne Trotter, Ms. Chantay Bridges (Real Estate Agent to President Clinton), Turtel Onli (Father of da Black Age of Comics), and Ms. Khalilah Camacho Ali (Former wife o ...
 
Where History Comes Alive! A fast-paced, well-researched weekly podcast covering a wide range of historical events, persons, places, legends, and mysteries, hosted by Jon Hagadorn. 1001 Heroes Podcast is a proud part of the 1001 Stories Podcast Network, which includes 1001 Classic Short Stories & Tales Podcast, 1001 Radio Days, and 1001 Stories For the Road Podcast. The network enjoyed over 5 million listens in the past year from a worldwide audience. SUPPORT OUR SHOW BY BECOMING A PATRON! w ...
 
Never was there a more clever young aviator than Dave Dashaway, and all up-to-date lads will surely wish to make his acquaintance. This initial volume tells how the hero ran away from his miserly guardian, fell in with a successful airman, and became a young aviator of note. (From the 1913 edition)
 
A podcast for Professional Pilots, by Professional Pilots. Join hosts Dylan and Max, both professional pilots with backgrounds in Flight Instructing, Airlines, and Business Aviation, on their quest to improve as travelers, pilots, and professionals. Expect to find interesting conversations with industry experts in a variety of aviation fields, thought-provoking discussions on hot topics, and hilarious stories from the (sometimes) wild aviation industry. Whether you’re corporate, airline, cha ...
 
This audiobook is third and final volume of the Airplane Flying Handbook. This volume is chapter 16, Emergency Procedures. From the preface: "The Airplane Flying Handbook is designed as a technical manual to introduce basic pilot skills and knowledge that are essential for piloting airplanes. It provides information on transition to other airplanes and the operation of various airplane systems. It is developed by the Flight Standards Service, Airman Testing Standards Branch, in cooperation w ...
 
A podcast dedicated to the latest events and happenings on one of the largest Air Force bases, “Tinker Talks” features various perspectives from the 5,600-acre installation. Captured by the 72nd Air Base Wing Public Affairs Office, this podcast shares stories, updates and insights on Tinker Air Force Base.
 
Let’s Argue is a morning radio show on KRSM 98.9 in Minneapolis, that take on the tough topics and current events that take place in our society. We will discuss politics, religion, sports, hip hop and more. The Let’s Argue crew is comprised of host Prince Carlton, Ced Linus and Sti-Lo Reel and music is mixed by National DJ Airman Heat. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/letsarguenow/support
 
The David Johnson Show - The Veteran Talk Show is a national voice that shares points of interest within our cultural – The Military and Veteran Cultural. More so than ever the Military and Veteran community has created a culture in America. A sub-culture unique to our way of life, our experiences and the language we speak. Military forces have been deploying to fight the war on terrorism since 09/11/2001 and remain engaged in combat operations to this day. We have seen the good, the bad and ...
 
This audiobook is volume 2 from the Airplane Flying Handbook FAA-H-8083-3A. This volume covers chapters 11 to 15, on transitions to complex, multiengine, tailwheel, turboprop, and jet aircraft. Study of the handbook should include the PDF from the FAA, which is available at http://www.faa.gov/regulations_policies/handbooks_manuals/ . From the preface: "The Airplane Flying Handbook is designed as a technical manual to introduce basic pilot skills and knowledge that are essential for piloting ...
 
The handbook does an outstanding job of explaining the application of management and learning psychology for the general educator/manager with detailed guidance for those studying to become Certificated Flight Instructors. Study of the handbook should include the PDF from the FAA, which has excellent graphics. There are several excellent Handbooks at http://www.faa.gov/regulations_policies/handbooks_manuals/ For those who wish to view the source online in a format other than .pdf Internet Ar ...
 
This audiobook contains chapters 1 through 10 from the Airplane Flying Handbook FAA-H-8083-3A. Study of the handbook should include the PDF from the FAA, which is available at http://www.faa.gov/regulations_policies/handbooks_manuals/. From the preface: "The Airplane Flying Handbook is designed as a technical manual to introduce basic pilot skills and knowledge that are essential for piloting airplanes. It provides information on transition to other airplanes and the operation of various air ...
 
Welcome to the Let’s Talk Flying Podcast a show that will continue to teach not only the aviators of today but will educate and influence the aviators of tomorrow. We talk about Flight Instruction, Aviation Safety, Aviation Education and the Aviation industry as a whole. We will have guest co-host from different walks a life in the industry, Everywhere from a flight school to an airline ramp agent all the way up to an airline pilot and more. We will always try to keep you up on the industry, ...
 
Craig Johnson is a news and political analyst, commentator and radio talk-show host of The REALLY, Real, Deal with Brother Craig the Hatchet Man, on Virginia’s 820AM WNTW (www.820theanswer.com). He is also president of The First Amendment, Inc. Follow Craig on Twitter @tweetbrocraig.com. For media requests and speaker engagements contact kimberly@agencyforthearts.com.
 
Wild Blue Yonder is the coming-of-age story of Nathaniel Hawthorne Flowers, a smart but sheltered boy from suburban Chicago whose beloved father suddenly dies, resulting in his flunking out of college. Nate receives a draft notice from the Army but after some “encouragement” from his mother, decides to enlist in the Air Force instead. It is 1965. Nate is 20 years old. Airman Flowers goes not to Vietnam but Germany, straight into a military Catch-22. His assignment: writing stories as a repor ...
 
Grab a jacket and head down to the Community Cafe! Listen to a potpourri and hodge podge of special reports, from Indie Music and interviews to authors and authorities from around the globe. Hear life in stories and music while relaxing around the table with friends and family near and far.​ Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kate-oneal/support
 
The World Is Listening To DAVE RABBIT Are You? ”Dave Rabbit”, the “Godfather Of Pirate Radio”, welcomes you to "The Rabbit Zone". So Fasten Your Seat Belts, bring your seats and tray tables to their Fully Upright Position, then bend over and Kiss Your Ass Goodbye, because the “Dave Rabbit” & “Radio First Termer” Pirate Radio Experience is an Extremely Dangerous & Bumpy Ride! Everything Here Is FREE To Enjoy & Share! DAVE RABBIT LOVES JESSICA RABBIT Military EntertainmentNetwork In 2006, Dave ...
 
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In part two we cover the start and rapid growth of the Bielski partisan camps in Belarus, their raids on Gernan patrols and on German sympathizers, and the hard and often times deadly choices that needed to be made to protect the forest clans. We also cover what happened to the four brothers after the war and the filming, which was done in Lithuani…
 
Digital marketing strategist Matt O’Brien of MINT Social shares his insights on “The David Johnson Show” about what’s coming next in the worlds of technology and the Internet, and how veterans can find their niche in the emerging opportunity to become an influencer and make an impact. "The shallow, empty soul that some people feel that influencers …
 
Aaron Bare, a multi-talented entrepreneur who is co-founder of the Herozona Foundation, speaks on “The David Johnson Show” about an entrepreneur’s journey, which often involves failure more often in the early days, which lead to successes later on. “To get to success, part of that equation is failure,” says Aaron. “The reality is, is I’ve failed at…
 
Aaron Bare, the Herozona Foundation co-founder, speaks about how military veterans work well with the HeroZona Foundation. In short, they understand the organization. “The veterans that we work with and have worked with in the past, they understand how the organization works,” says Bare. “They understand how to make decisions. They understand how t…
 
Aaron Bare, co-founder of the HeroZona Foundation, speaks with David Johnson about certain types of entrepreneurs and how he wants to help others create businesses. “I've been what you call a micro-entrepreneur. I've been able to start a lot of different companies and then find management teams to take them and accelerate them. That's been my model…
 
How Amsterdam became the home of cannabis coffee shops .The Mellow Yellow Café set a pattern in 1973 of attracting customers, which hundreds of others would follow. Although selling and smoking the drug was illegal, possession of small quantities of cannabis was tolerated by the Dutch police. Bob Howard talks to the café’s owner, Werner Bruining.Ph…
 
This is part one of the story of the Bielski Brothers- a tightly knit group of 4 brothers- the yoiungest 13, and the oldest 33, who formed an armed resistance group in the forests of Belarus during WWII to save Jews from certain death in the hands of the Nazis. Led by Tuvia Bielsky, the group created a working community in the forest which was capa…
 
Matt O’Brien, Phoenix-based digital marketing professional and community builder, is our upcoming guest on “The David Johnson Show”. In this clip, Matt shares how he was able to refocus his business to work with people and companies striving to make a difference in their community. “You have a lot of layers on you. You're like an onion. And God was…
 
The US tracked down the al-Qaeda leader to a city in northern Pakistan in May 2011. Special operations troops were sent to capture or kill Bin Laden in a top secret raid in the dead of night. The Americans did not tell their Pakistani allies about the raid beforehand. Gabriela Jones spoke to Nicholas Rasmussen who was in the White House situation r…
 
Who are you to your children? Are you just someone who has given birth to them, changed their diapers and breastfed them? Does being a parent just mean that you’ve provided food, shelter and yelled, “It’s time to get up,” for years and years and years. Parents have certain duties and obligations to their children. Whether it’s spiritual or loving t…
 
When the Taliban were ousted from power in Afghanistan in 2001, the hunt for Osama bin Laden began in earnest. One American in particular led the search. He was CIA commander, Gary Berntsen, who had been tracking the al-Qaeda leader for years. In December 2001 he ordered a small group of special forces soldiers and Afghan fighters into the White Mo…
 
This segment of Investor from Detroit with your host Jovaun Royal is a “Lesson on Seasonality Charts”. Listen now to learn how you can predict the movement of the stock market by using just a couple of simple tools. Jovaun Royal has been investing in the stock market since 2013 and heads up “Investor from Detroit”. Visit www.InvestorFromDetroit.com…
 
“What I realized is that taking action nullifies your fear. By doing that, later I realized in analyzing what I was doing that stopped the fear that was building in me and made me a warrior…” Jerry Peterson of SCARS Institute of Combat Sciences tells The David Johnson Show the story of his first day in the field in Vietnam. His first day in the cou…
 
In August 1998, more than 200 people were killed in co-ordinated bomb attacks on two US embassies in East Africa. They were among the first major attacks linked to Osama bin Laden and the al-Qaeda network. We hear from George Mimba who was working inside the embassy in Kenya when the bomb detonated. Photo: Rescue workers at the scene of the Nairobi…
 
When the Palestinian journalist Abdel Bari Atwan agreed to go and interview Osama bin Laden in 1996 he was apprehensive. By the time he reached the Al-Qaeda leader's mountain hideout - he was shaken and scared - but what was the man himself really like? Claire Bowes reports.This programme is a rebroadcast.Photo: Osama bin Laden. Credit:AFP/Getty Im…
 
Flight Advice: Stay at the regionals with a new baby or go corporate? [16:10] // Erika Armstrong updates us on the FAA requiring SMS for operators [26:04] // Erika shares some observations on the character traits of successful pilots she sees in her university classes [50:12] Story time: Erika uses humor to defuse an emergency on the 727 [1:08:30] …
 
The Morning Show Let’s Argue With Prince Carlton has a special guest this week with Isaac Hayes III, Founder and CEO of social media platform Fanbase. He breaks down how to monetize your content on Fanbase and how to invest in Fanbase using Start Engine.Link to Season 6 Episode 61 “Make Money on Fanbase App, Isaac Hayes III Interview” is below. We …
 
Jon Fussell - Retired Lt Commander Navy SEAL discusses the mindset and psychology of Team -VS- Group mentality and the difference between the Military and Civilian world. Jon is an expert on leadership on so many levels and brings an intense real-world perspective to the table. Watch the full episode with Jon Fussell. “The David Johnson Show” is a …
 
The HMS deBraak was a British Royal Navy frigate commanded by James Drew. She was sent to accompany a large fleet to the Virginia Capes but became separated in a storm and spent 7 weeks acting as a pirate ship raiding Spanish and French merchant ships. When she arrived in the Delaware Bay on May 25th, 1798, towing a captured Spanish ship she was, a…
 
Craig Sawyer, a Navy SEAL veteran, talks about how building his network over the years helped bring him opportunities to work in television, non-profit and more areas after his military career. Click here to read more about Craig Sawyer’s military background. “The David Johnson Show” is a national voice and storyteller of real-life experiences of o…
 
Welcome to another episode of Tinker Talks. This episode we are talking about the Air Force Assistance Fund. Hardships happen to everyone and often times when it's least expected. The AFAF is a fund designed to directly give back to our Airmen. The fund raising drive is almost finished, but anyone can donate and give back year round. Information on…
 
On 12th April 1981, the space shuttle Columbia made history becoming the first ever reusable space craft to fly into orbit. It marked the start of a 30-year shuttle programme which revolutionised the history of manned space exploration. Using NASA and BBC archive we tell the story of this historic test flight. Photo: NASA photo shows the first laun…
 
The National Rifle Association represents gun owners in the USA. In 1977 it faced a turning point when its members revolted against the organisation’s leadership to concentrate on political lobbying in Washington. Would the gun lobby in America be as strong as it is, without the 1977 turnabout? Bob Howard talks to John Aquilino, a former NRA spokes…
 
In 1970, the Republican president Richard Nixon signed a bill returning a sacred lake to the people of Taos Pueblo in New Mexico. The lake, and surrounding land, had been taken from the Taos people in 1906 and turned into a national forest, even though it was central to their centuries-old cultural rituals and beliefs. The return of the lake was th…
 
The Mosuo community in China’s Himalayan foothills is matrilineal, so a family’s ‘bloodline’, inheritance and power is passed down through the female side. There is no such thing as marriage and monogamy is actively discouraged. The women rule and the men don’t mind. Rebecca Kesby has been speaking to Choo Wai Hong, a Singaporean corporate lawyer w…
 
South Asian vultures started dying in huge numbers in the 1990s but no one knew why. They were on the verge of extinction before scientists worked out what was killing them. Bob Howard has been hearing from Munir Virani of the Peregrine Fund, who discovered that the vultures’ livers were being damaged when they fed on the carcasses of cattle which …
 
The incredible story of baseball player Lou Gehrig, who was diagnosed with ALS in mid career. From our 2017 archives. NEW Enjoy 1001 Greatest Love Stories on Apple Devices here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/1001-greatest-love-stories/id1485751552 Enjoy 1001 Greatest Love Stories on Android devices here: ​​https://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=479…
 
On April 17 1961 a group of Cuban exiles launched an invasion of communist-ruled Cuba in a failed attempt to topple Fidel Castro. After 72 hours of fighting many of the invaders were captured or killed. Gregorio Moreria was a member of the local communist militia who fought against the US-backed invaders. He was injured and briefly captured during …
 
Part 2 -- Retired Army Green Beret, Ren Ligon, discusses his 20 years in the Army. From Special Operation Units like the Rangers, 160th SOAR, and The Green Berets -- Ren gets up close and personal with stories he has never shared before. Renford Ligon is a US Army Special Forces “Green Beret” Senior Non-Commissioned Officer (MSG Ret.) with 25 years…
 
Our new episode is a story of struggle and tough circumstances lived by a fellow veteran. In this new episode of “The David Johnson Show” - The Veteran Talk Show” we speak with Renford Ligon, who shares his story of growing up in broken homes and living rough on the streets of Dayton, Ohio. Renford was raised in very challenging circumstances, bein…
 
Former US Army interrogator Eric Maddox provides the now-unclassified story of how the U.S. Army tracked down Saddam Hussein, using information gained by Eric and his team, who were conducting interrogations with many Iraqi military prisoners. This is the first episode in the 2nd season of “The David Johnson Show”, an online interview program in wh…
 
After the discovery of the double-helix structure of DNA in the 1950s, South African biologist Sydney Brenner was searching for a model animal to help him tease out the genes involved in human behaviour and human development from egg to adult. Brenner chose a tiny nematode worm called caenorhabditis elegans (c.elegans for short), whose biological c…
 
Flight Advice: Take the PC-12 captain upgrade or go fly a jet? [12:37] // Apparently all the airlines are hiring again! James Onieal shares the latest hiring news and gives tips on how to get an interview ASAP [21:08] // United's diversity training announcement was a hot topic for pilots this week, the guys discuss [50:12] Show resources: Sleep wit…
 
Welcome to Tinker Talks. April is Child Abuse Awareness Month and on this episode we sit down with former guest, Ali Kern of the 72nd Medical Group Family Advocacy Office. She breaks down statistics on various forms of child abuse and gives valuable signs of what to look for and how to help. Please share the word on this podcast. This is a very imp…
 
In 1981, Sandra Day O'Connor became the first woman judge to be appointed to the US Supreme Court. She was nominated by newly-elected Republican president Ronald Reagan, who'd made the pledge to appoint a woman part of the campaign that led to his landslide victory. Justice O'Connor served for 24 years and had the decisive vote in many landmark cas…
 
1001 had the rare opportunity to speak face to face (on Skype) with physicist, lecturer, and professional UFOlogist Stanton Terry Friedman last year and at that time he shared his knowledge of UFO's as well as his ties to the story known as The Braxton County Monster. This episode is offered here in his honor, as we lost him this pat May 13th. He w…
 
This is the new long awaited for sequel to our ROSWELL UFO episode from last year, detailing the lengths our government went to to cover up the crash of an alien craft in New Mexico in July of 1947 as well as the removal of wreckage and alien bodies from the crash sites. Stay tuned at the end for a portion of our earlier interview with nuclear phys…
 
Season 2 of “The David Johnson Show” - The Veteran Talk Show continues with an enlightening episode with Ms. Danique Masingill, President/Founder of Leashes of Valor, who discusses her work with military dogs to help post-9/11 war veterans. In her capacity as LOV’s president, Danique is at the forefront of efforts to advance both the law and scienc…
 
The Jet Stream is formed by powerful high-altitude rivers of air which circle the globe and help determine our climate. The existence of these winds was first documented in Japan in the 1920s, but only became more widely known during World War Two, when American airmen encounter high-speed winds on bombing missions over Japan. At the same time, the…
 
As the communist system in the former Soviet Union was collapsing in 1991, the people of Leningrad voted to drop Vladimir Lenin's name abandoning the city's revolutionary heritage and returning to its historic name of St Petersburg. Dina Newman spoke to Ludmilla Narusova, wife of the first St Petersburg mayor, Anatoli Sobchak, who campaigned for th…
 
In 1954, the BBC broadcast a new television programme in Britain. It was called Zoo Quest and it launched the career of a man who has since brought the natural world into millions of homes around the world, the broadcaster Sir David Attenborough. Louise Hidalgo has been listening back through the BBC archives to Sir David telling the story of the f…
 
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