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Preble Hall

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Preble Hall

U.S. Naval Academy Museum

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A naval history podcast from Preble Hall - the United States Naval Academy Museum in Annapolis, Maryland. Preble Hall will interview historians, practitioners, military personnel, and other experts on a variety of naval history topics from ancient history to recent history.
 
The Naval Institute is a private, not-for-profit educational institution whose mission is to provide an independent forum for those who dare to read, think, speak, and write to advance the professional, literary, and scientific understanding of sea power and other issues critical to global security. Every week on the Proceedings Podcast, the Naval Institute's Director of Outreach, Ward Carroll, and the Editor-in-Chief of Proceedings, Bill Hamblet, talk about what's happening in the Sea Servi ...
 
Eric Jorgenson's Sandbox of sounds. This started as a way to publish the Almanack of Naval Ravikant or Navalmanack audiobook, and ADD struck. Through this podcast, you get the free version of the audiobook for Almanack of Naval Ravikant: A Guide to Wealth and Happiness, including the foreword by Tim Ferriss. It is full of lessons on entrepreneurship, building businesses, and even more introspective topics like philosophy and happiness, which Naval often tweets about. After the book, this is ...
 
Looking for a World of Warships Podcast? A naval history podcast? Or are you just trying to break up that commute? If you answered yes to any of those questions, then this podcast is for you. Okay, all cheesy marketing strategies aside, this podcast dives deep into the history of each ship that is a part of the naval action MMO game World of Warships. If you are looking for a fun Naval History and World of Warships podcast, look no further. Get your own cool Merchandise! https://shop.spreads ...
 
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The Mariner's Mirror Podcast

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The Mariner's Mirror Podcast

The Society for Nautical Research and the Lloyds Register Foundation

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The world's No.1 podcast dedicated to all of maritime and naval history. With one foot in the present and one in the past we bring you the most exciting and interesting current maritime projects worldwide: including excavations of shipwrecks, the restoration of historic ships, sailing classic yachts and tall ships, unprecedented behind the scenes access to exhibitions, museums and archives worldwide, primary sources and accounts that bring the maritime past alive as never before. From the So ...
 
KleioCast: Weekly episodes about whatever historical topic we are currently interested in. Enjoy your time here! Now serving up KleioTalk hot and ready! Follow us on Twitter at https://twitter.com/KleioHistory We take suggestions, comments, concerns at: kleiocastpodcast@gmail.com Visit our Website at https://shows.acast.com/61db387a69b4750012470038 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
The Service Academy Business Mastermind (SABM) is a transformational program for Service Academy graduates who are building businesses. Our podcast features entrepreneurial success stories from the Service Academy community (West Point, Naval Academy, Air Force Academy, Coast Guard Academy, and Merchant Marine Academy). To learn more, please visit: www.sabmgroup.com.
 
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Navy Sports Central

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Navy Sports Central

The Official Podcast of the Navy Sports Nation

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It isn't easy for Navy sports fans to keep up with their favorite teams. The Navy Sports Central podcast is here to help you do just that. Join Navy Sports Nation blog founder Karl Darden for an in depth look at the Mids as they compete in 35 Men's & Women's NCAA Division 1 college sports. The Navy Sports Central podcast also features a creative format where fans can engage and offer their insights on the teams they follow. So if you love Navy sports, and you're looking for something a littl ...
 
Zac Poonen, a former Indian Naval Officer, has been serving the Lord in India for over 50 years as a Bible-teacher. He has responsibility for a number of churches in India and abroad. His sermons, books, articles and bible studies are available free of charge online at cfcindia.com. This podcast series features his recent sermons and messages.
 
The Australian Naval History Podcast explores naval history in Australia. Each week, historians & veterans discuss a different aspect of Australian naval history. From deep discussions of particular battles, to the histories of submarine classes, the Australian Naval History Podcast is expert analysis & reflection on the storied past of Australia's military at sea. Produced by the Naval Studies Group at UNSW Canberra, in conjunction with the Submarine Institute of Australia, the Australian N ...
 
Tom Swift is an inventor, and these are his adventures. The locale is the little town of Shopton in upstate New York, near Lake Carlopa. While some of Tom's inventions are not well-founded in a scientific sense, others elaborated developments in the news and in popular magazines aimed at young science and invention enthusiasts. Presenting themselves as a forecast of future possibilities, they now and then hit close to the mark. Some predicted inventions that came true include "photo telephon ...
 
I’m Dan Kirby and I’ve been a founder since 2001, but in 2017 it all went wrong. I blew up the business. I can laugh about it now but it was no joke at the time, check the trailer. Shame, humiliation, terror. The lot. My business is back on track but I don’t want to blow it up again. So I’m interviewing top entrepreneurs to discover how they turned adversity & failure into growth & success. These stories are like a doctoral degree in applied entrepreneurship, I’m on a mission to help other f ...
 
This series of podcasts explores themes and highlights from the exhibition Black Greenwich Pensioners (1 Oct 2020 - 21 Feb 2021) at the Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich. In each episode, Claire Kirk (Head of Learning, Interpretation and Collections at the Old Royal Naval College), speaks to maritime historian and Black history expert, S.I. Martin, who curated the exhibition. Conversations delve into the research behind the display and what this research tells us about the lives of Black ma ...
 
Never before has there been a platform to amplify the voice of the Sailor. E-14 Podcast creates an environment for the Sailor to candidly discuss issues that affect their daily lives and how they deal with it. We navigate life with a Sailor twist. We are the Britts a dual military (Navy & Navy) couple who love to share our life lessons and advice!!TOGETHER WE HAVE 40 YEARS OF NAVAL EXPERIENCE & two very different personalities and leadership styles! Each week we discuss a potpourri of topics ...
 
US Naval Institute Warrior Writers: a decade by decade podcast from the Naval Academy Museum on the influence of ideas on the development of the US Navy through the influence of both its intellectual and material capital. We will discuss the thinkers, leaders, politicians, and technical developments that each decade added in the building of the world's greatest navy.
 
Join hosts Malcom X. Bowser, and Andre Truss as they discuss real business concepts and tools to help build and scale any business model. Malcom is a podcaster, entrepreneur, author, and business coach. Andre is a graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy, a Marine Corps Officer, and owns multiple businesses as well as coaches other business owners.
 
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Fighter Pilot Podcast

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Fighter Pilot Podcast

Vincent "Jell-O" Aiello, Retired US Navy Fighter Pilot

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The Fighter Pilot Podcast explores the fascinating world of air combat: the aircraft, the weapons systems, and most importantly--the people. Most episodes feature a guest who helps explain the topic at hand, such as how ejection seats work or what it's like to fly on and off nuclear-powered aircraft carriers. Strap in and hang on for this incredible show. If you love the roar of a high-speed flyby or are enamored by the poise and confidence of the brave men and women who fly, fix, and fight ...
 
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CRIC Podcast

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CRIC Podcast

CNO's Rapid Innovation Cell

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The CNO's Rapid Innovation Cell is an organization of 15 junior officers and enlisted. Its goal is to empower and enable emerging Naval leaders to rapidly create, develop and implement disruptive solutions that tackle warfighter needs while advocating for, and inspiring, deckplate innovation throughout the Fleet. This podcast chronicles their projects and highlights innovation efforts throughout the Fleet.
 
This two volume work is the autobiography of Lord Cochrane, a naval captain of the Napoleonic period. His adventures are seminal to the development of naval fiction as a genre. Marryat sailed with Cochrane, while later writers borrowed incidents from this biography for their fictions. Most notable among these is Patrick O'Brian, three of whose novels have clear parallels to incidents in the life of Cochrane. This first volume covers Cochrane's earlier life, during which he is most active mil ...
 
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Most of us have heard about the great heroic Salt March of Mahatma Gandhiji, and the boycott of British fabrics, but very few of us have heard of the Great Indian Naval Mutiny, an event which gave a great scare to the British colonial powers and helped chart the course for Independence. Today, we have Pramod Kapoor, author of 1946 Royal Indian Navy…
 
After many recent episodes discussing how 1986's Top Gun and this year's Top Gun: Maverick are "movies, not documentaries," it seemed appropriate to round out 'Top Gun Month' (which ended up being two months) with a look at the 2008 Naval Aviation story that is a documentary. This week, episode 20 of the F-14 Tomcast is repurposed to further share …
 
What did people wear in naval battles and why? The adoption, style and development of naval uniform is a hugely significant subject - one which helps us understand not only the development of the navy as a fighting body but also the forging of national identities, gendered identities and notions of social hierarchy. To find out more Dr Sam Willis s…
 
In June 1942, the US and Japanese navies went head to head over a small atoll in the middle of the Pacific ocean. Brendan Simms and Steven McGregor, authors of The Silver Waterfall, speak to Ellie Cawthorne about the factors that led to the United States’ victory at Midway, exploring the importance of American industrial innovation, and reflecting …
 
In the fifth episode of our podcast series on the end of Roman Britain, David Musgrove talks to Dr James Gerrard about how society changed as Britain slipped out of Roman control in the fifth century. They also discuss what the latest research can tell us about how people might have reimagined their identities in the face of a changing world. See a…
 
Special forces historian Gavin Mortimer casts a critical eye over David Stirling, who is renowned as the founder of the SAS in the Second World War. Speaking to Rob Attar, Mortimer argues that Stirling’s wartime record was far less impressive than he claimed and that his legend has obscured the achievements of those around him. (Ad) Gavin Mortimer …
 
We're taking a break from our usual programming this week following the busy 'Top Gun Month' and in honor of America's birthday July 4th. And in the spirit of that holiday, we instead offer this short visit with former U.S. Navy Reserve fighter pilot and TOPGUN graduate, Luke Mixon, who, having hung up his uniform, aspires to continue serving this …
 
The Normans famously conquered England, but did you know they also had a short-lived kingdom in North Africa in the 12th century? Professor Levi Roach explains to David Musgrove how the Normans established a presence in southern Italy and Sicily and expanded south towards Africa. (Ad) Levi Roach is the author of Empires of the Normans: Makers of Eu…
 
Today is July 4, 2022, and I wanted to pass along how grateful I am to be an American. The mid-term elections are just the beginning to getting us headed back into the direction of economic recovery and improving the lives for millions of people. The state legislatures are going to be instrumental in helping our fellow Americans as well, and I plan…
 
It’s the HistoryExtra podcast’s 15th birthday! To celebrate, we’ve asked 15 historians to nominate a figure from history they think deserves their ‘15 minutes of fame’. In this episode, Dr Janina Ramirez nominates Hildegard of Bingen. Speaking with Emily Briffett, she explains why this 12th-century abbess, composer, scientist, writer and saint dese…
 
Alvin Townley is a Senior Fellow at the Stockdale Center. He is a best-selling New York Times-reviewed author and Emmy-winning storyteller. His stories are about leadership, legacy, and purpose. He is a graduate of Washington & Lee University, and has studied economics in Frankfurt, Brussels, Paris, and London before working in Congress, managing g…
 
Our 'Iconic Ships' series continues with the magnificent SS United States, published on the 70th anniversary of her maiden voyage. Launched in June 1951 she was the last remaining American superliner from the golden age of transatlantic travel and was built specifically to break the transatlantic speed record. On her maiden voyage she made the tran…
 
When did schooling become compulsory? How far did education differ between girls and boys? And why does the British school year start in September? Speaking to Emma Slattery Williams, Susannah Wright answers some of our listeners’ most popular questions on the history of British schools – from the establishment of the earliest schools to the surpri…
 
“All of this is very easy to do if you form a relationship with a firm like ours very early because we can crawl with the business, we can walk with the business and then run with the business as it goes from the idea phase to the startup phase to the growth phase…depending on where you are and how mature your business is, you can always reevaluate…
 
Oskar Jensen introduces the characters roaming the streets of Georgian and Victorian London, from beggars to ballad singers. Speaking to Ellie Cawthorne, he explores what it would have been like to live and work on the streets of the capital, sharing stories of entrepreneurial street sweepers, impatient milkmaids, kidnapped children and timid hot-c…
 
L'animatrice, rédactrice et productrice Alexia Bouallagui s'entretient avec le Commandant Jeremy Bachelier, Officier de Liaison français au Centre de Fusion de l’Information (IFC) à Singapour. Ils discutent des missions du centre et de la contribution de l'IFC à la sécurité maritime du point de vue d'un Officier de Liaison français. Ils abordent ég…
 
Commander Jeremy Bachelier, the French Liaison Officer at the Information Fusion Center (IFC) in Singapore joins us to discuss the missions of the center and the IFC’s contribution to maritime security from the perspective of a French Liaison Officer. We also explore the current and future challenges to maritime security in the Indo-Pacific as well…
 
In the fourth episode of our podcast series on the end of Roman Britain, David Musgrove considers the role of religion in late Roman Britain with Dr David Petts. They look at how far Christianity was embedded in Britain by the fourth century, what other religious practices existed alongside it and, crucially, how far adherence to the Christian fait…
 
Welcome to the pilot episode of our talk-show style series. KleioTalk! (name still in the draft phase) This is a much more casual, conversational series, where we focus more on our local events and topics. This is not replacing the normal KleioHistory content, it is just a fun new addition to it. Please let us know what you think! Here is the link …
 
Jeremy Basset is the CEO of CO:CUBED, a company that helps corporate businesses like Adidas, Vodafone, and Coca-Cola work with startups. Prior to this he was Head of Unilever Foundry - a startup programme he launched - and which saw over 200 startup collaborations. But he only learnt the right way to innovate after learning the hard way - going thr…
 
Giacomo Casanova is remembered for his reputation as a serial seducer. But according to author Leo Damrosch, he was far more than that. Speaking with Emily Briffett, Leo explains how Casanova was also an aspiring priest, spy, army officer and Masonic master, who led a colourful life that saw him interact with kings, empresses and some of the most f…
 
On this episode of the NAVAIR AIRWaves podcast, we’re continuing our Naval Sustainment System-Aviation series with an in-depth look at the Cost Pillar. RADM John Gumbleton, the Navy’s Budget Officer and RADM Shane Gahagan, Program Executive Officer for Tactical Aircraft Programs share what the Naval Aviation Enterprise is doing to identify and unde…
 
The first of a new mini-series on maritime innovations, we look at the history of the propeller. To find out more Dr Sam Willis spoke with Joanna Mathers, Head of Collections at the SS Great Britain Trust in Bristol. This episode was inspired by the discovery of an unusual design for a propeller in the collections of the Lloyds Register Foundation:…
 
Matt Cook and Alison Oram discuss their new book Queer Beyond London, which uncovers the LGBTQ experience in four English cities – Brighton, Manchester, Plymouth and Leeds – from the sixties to the noughties. Speaking with Rachel Dinning, they consider how local people, places and politics shaped LGBTQ lives in each city, establishing individual cu…
 
Topics: (3:48) - David Hijacks the podcast: Eric’s Heroes, Munger as a copywriter and “Jeffisms” (8:31) - How did you start Founders Pod and build it into a business? (27:39) - How did you engrain this level of discipline in your craft? (34:41) - Emulating Ed Thorpe (43:59) - The power of podcasting (50:43) - Eric and David discuss career goals (57…
 
“I think a lot of us as entrepreneurs need to hit that home run in the beginning, early. We just need to get something and we’re going to crush it. But it’s those singles and doubles, and winning those little by little, getting one client. Making them very happy with your service, or your product, then doing it again and again.” - Freddie Kim (USMA…
 
It’s the HistoryExtra podcast’s 15th birthday! To celebrate, we’ve asked 15 historians to nominate a figure from history they think deserves their 15 minutes of fame. In today’s episode, Suzannah Lipscomb tells Emily Briffett about the life of Marguerite de Navarre, a 16th-century royal player who had a major influence on both the Renaissance and R…
 
The Minekaze is infamous among Tier V ships as being one of the best destroyers, and today we find out that its reputation was earned for a reason... Email: rankamateurpodcast@gmail.com Music Credit: Intro: Jetfire - Jeff II https://youtu.be/ZbyFsGMjfRg Creative Commons Attribution Free Download / Stream: http://bit.ly/-jetfire Music promoted by Au…
 
Who founded the Mali empire? What impact did Islam have on its trajectory? What were its interactions with medieval Europe like? And what made its greatest leader, Mansa Musa, so fabulously wealthy? Speaking to Spencer Mizen, Kevin MacDonald answers listener questions on one of Africa’s greatest historical powers. See acast.com/privacy for privacy …
 
Links 1. "Artificial Waterways in International Water Law: An American Perspective," by Dr. Tamar Meshel, Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law, December 13, 2021 2. Sea Control 224 - Clashes at Sea with Dr. Sara Mitchell, by Jared Samuelson, CIMSEC, January 24, 2021.By Dr. Tamar Meshel, Jared Samuelson, Alexia Bouallagui
 
Part two of our special episode looking at the remarkable life of Hannah Davison, wife of Captain Davison of the steel barque Alice A. Leigh/Rewa and mother to six children. The Davison family were something of a maritime Von Trapp family, and wherever they arrived in port they appeared in the local newspapers. Hannah carefully kept any newspaper c…
 
Join us for the fantastic story of Hannah Davison who gave birth to six children on board the barque Alice A. Leigh (renamed Rewa in 1921), a steel barque which sailed the world between 1889-1930. The largest vessel ever built at Whitehaven in Cumbria, this four masted barque plied the world's sailing routes with a variety of cargo before joining a…
 
What have we learned so far about this election cycle, and what does it tell us about what’s likely to happen in the midterm elections of 2022, and the Democratic and GOP primaries for president in 2024?Historically, California has often served as a movie trailer on our national political future -- 'coming to a theater near you.' Richard Nixon star…
 
"Political scientist Alexander Wendt famously (well, in political science circles anyway) observed of the international system that "anarchy is what states make of it." In this week's episode of Horns of a Dilemma, we explore the degree to which this observation is true not only of the international system, but also of the mental constructs that st…
 
In the latest instalment of our monthly series marking the centenary of the BBC, media historian David Hendy talks to Matt Elton about the political pressures and fissures that defined the 1970s and 80s – and the ways in which they shaped the corporation’s output. (Ad) David Hendy is the author of The BBC: A People’s History (Profile Books, 2022). …
 
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