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Best Navy podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Navy podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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NachDaily is a project of Yeshiva Ateres Shimon. A perek of day of Navi in 5 minutes or less. covering the entire Neviem Rishonim. Yeshoshua, Shoftim, Shmuel I, Shmuel II, Malchim I, Melachim II, Yeshaya, Yechezkel, Yirmiya, Hoshea, Yoel, Amos, ovadya, Yona, Micha, Nachum, Chabakuk, Tsfanya, Chaggai, Zechariah, Melachi. Thank God, we finished Navi and now we're learning Tehilim. The Shiurim are interlined with actual pesukim, classic meforshim, Drash and Chassidus to deliver practical lesson ...
 
Focusing on the defence industry, trends in military technology and the procurement programmes that get the kit into the hands of the warfighter.As well as a weekly news round-up of current events, Shephard Media’s team of international journalists and analysts take deep dives into defence issues, focusing on niche sectors of the market and look at where the trends are heading.If you work in the defence sector, have an interest in the development of defence technologies, or even if you are a ...
 
The Portal is an exploration into discovery, including conversations with thought leaders. Host Eric Weinstein, Managing Director of Thiel Capital, brings his unique expertise and diverse roster of guests for a wide range of discussions, including science, culture, business, and capitalism. The show will feature people whose lives demonstrate that portals into what we would normally consider impossible, are indeed possible. Guests include presidential candidate Andrew Yang, NY Times bestsell ...
 
Every service member will get out of the military one way or another. This is a show about those that did or are serving, lessons learned & the tales to be told. Tall tales of the battle field, stories of the high seas. The mission in every episode is to be inform and entertain. Most importantly help our brothers and sisters. So Dig in join the fight, then pop smoke til next time.
 
US Navy SEAL and FBI Special Agent Jonathan T Gilliam presents The EXPERTS! Finally, the unmedia media that uses real experts for analysis of current events instead of the usual talking heads and inexperienced ideologues. In-depth and sometimes hilarious dialogue abounds. Come along for the ride, THE TRUTH, HAS, ARRIVED! Show Music: Artist-BURNOS, Song-Octane
 
Join host Cade Courtley – former Navy SEAL, CIA contractor, preeminent survivalist and best-selling author – as he explores hypothetical life-threatening situations and asks a simple question: Will you be a survivor, or a statistic? From earthquakes to home invasions... tsunamis to global pandemics... each episode puts you smack in the middle of a new disaster scenario and provides the essential tools, knowledge and confidence necessary to face any potentially deadly event – and most importa ...
 
Talks and lectures are held at the Shrine of Remembrance and selected offsite venues. Speakers include academics, historians, authors, veterans and other experts who present on a range of topics relating to Australian military history. As well as being available online and as a podcast, talks and lectures are open to the general public. Details of upcoming speakers can be found on the Shrine website.
 
“Pod Save America” cohost Tommy Vietor thought foreign policy was boring and complicated until he got the education of a lifetime working for President Obama’s National Security Council. On “Pod Save the World,” he and former deputy national security adviser Ben Rhodes break down the latest developments and bring you behind the scenes with the people who were there. New episodes every Wednesday.
 
Welcome to Tales of Honor Podcast, a bi-weekly podcast where the true stories of every recipient of the Medal of Honor are told. There are over 3,500 recipients and you may know a few of the names but there are many that you do not know, and you should! The episodes are available to you every Wednesday and Sunday at 7pm EST, everywhere media is consumed. Please be sure to share this podcast with friends and family. The more people that hear these stories, the more these heroes will not be fo ...
 
SOCOM Athlete is America’s #1 resource for Special Operations Preparation. Host of the “Send Me” Podcast, Jason Sweet is a former Special Operator (USAF PJ), holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Biochemistry, and played Football for the University of Arizona & Baseball for Grand Canyon University. He and his father Maurice made American history, serving as Special Operators on the same team at the same time. Since founding SOCOM Athlete in 2017, Jason has trained over 1,000 students nation-wide alon ...
 
The weekly InDependent Spouse podcast is a series of fun, informative podcasts for all military spouses, partners and other-halves. The InDependent Spouse podcast was born from a need to hear something new. A need to hear from the inspirational men and women who experience service life from the ‘home-front’ while creating successful businesses, running amazing charities and taking on their own challenges. To give a voice to those who are already achieving astonishing things, and to inspire t ...
 
Dedicated to making a difference in the lives of those who serve, Veterans and their families, Minnesota Military Radio brings you the latest news from Minnesota's proud military community including; the Minnesota National Guard, Minnesota Department of Veterans Affairs, Beyond the Yellow Ribbon and the Minneapolis VA. Whether it's the latest on veterans' benefits, historic stories of service or how you can help our troops and their families, this is your best source to stay up to speed. Wit ...
 
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 ...
 
Welcome to Tac Ops, a podcast dedicated to information about militaries from around the world. Hosts Greg, founder of YouTube channel Covert Cabal, and Eric, US Navy Submariner Veteran and founder of r/Submarines subreddit, interview a wide array of guests with specific military knowledge.
 
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Join us for another episode of SOCOM Athlete's podcast "Send Me," as we conduct a LIVE interview and student Q&A w/ former Navy SEAL Sniper & RECCE Team Leader John Wilson of SEAL Team 2. John is now a part-time firearms instructor, professional carpenter, and SOCOM Athlete Hell Day Special Guest instructor. John enlisted in the Marine Corps at the…
 
(FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla.) — The U.S. Navy is investigating an incident in which dogs attacked a “Colin Kaepernick stand-in” during a K-9 demonstration during a 2019 fundraiser at the Navy Seals Museum in Florida. The Navy said in a statement posted on Twitter that officials became aware of the video on Sunday. https://twitter.…
 
In Ancient Warfare Answers, Jasper (editor of Ancient Warfare Magazine) and Murray (deputy editor) tackle your questions on ancient military topics. In this episode Jasper ponders on if the Romans intentionally downplayed their naval capabilities before the first Punic war? Thank you to patron of the podcast Dag Atle for suggesting this question. I…
 
Don Irwin joined the U.S. Navy months before the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, and over the next four years, he was witness to some of the most momentous events in the Pacific theater of World War II. In this edition of "Veterans Chronicles," Mr. Irwin describes arriving at Pearl Harbor one day after the attack, watching the launch of the Doolit…
 
Do policy makers and those who design our grand national strategy really understand what a Navy is? How does the planet's premier naval power seem to have trouble explaining why it needs a navy, what a navy does, and how to get it ready for war? How do navalists set the table when it is time to define, invest, and assign roles, responsibilities, mi…
 
This week, Nate and Francis are joined by special guest and friend of the show Ken Klippenstein (@KenKlippenstein), a reporter for the Nation who has become the master of leaks. We discuss his recent reporting about DHS’s “Fusion Cells” in Portland, their presence as masked goons disappearing people into rental vans, and how the entire structure of…
 
Even by Washington standards, the past two weeks have been ugly. The country's coronavirus death toll surpassed 150,000. National data showed a record-breaking economic plunge. And lawmakers allowed two of the central federal programs designed to keep Americans afloat during this unprecedented crisis—$600 supplemental unemployment checks and a fede…
 
Since protests over the killing of George Floyd erupted across the country, I’ve received numerous calls from corporate CEOs who want to know what they should do, and where can they quickly donate $10 million dollars to advance the cause of racial justice? The first thing I do is remind them of Martin Luther King Jr.’s caution that philanthropy mus…
 
A few weeks ago, two nuclear-armed neighbors got into a fistfight. Actually, there were some clubs and other handheld weapons, too. It was bizarre and people died, more than 20 on the Indian side. The Chinese have been more coy about their numbers. To get a grip on what happened and what it means for the future, we have Maria Abi-Habib of the New Y…
 
U.S. Army veterans Art Spaulding shares his story of serving in the Battle of the Bulge and beyond in the European theater of World War II. Mr. Spaulding served in the 91st Chemical Mortar Battalion and was attached to Gen. Patton's march to Germany when they all suddenly veered north to help repel the Nazis' last major offensive. Spaulding describ…
 
The New York Times has put forward the idea that the 2020 Presidential Debates should be canceled. Most Conservative reaction has been about how this is to “protect” Biden, but really, my feeling on the idea is simply this:Debates have long since ceased being anything like a substantive discussion of actually meaningful issues that actually matter.…
 
Cori Bush, a onetime homeless woman who led protests following a white police officer's fatal shooting of a Black 18-year-old in Ferguson, ousted longtime Rep. William Lacy Clay Tuesday in Missouri's Democratic primary, ending a political dynasty that has spanned more than a half-century. Bush's victory came in a rematch of 2018, when she failed to…
 
Victoria has reported a record daily coronavirus case total as Australia’s second-most populous state enters its strictest lockdown since the pandemic began. The state had 725 new cases in the past 24 hours, Victoria Premier Daniel Andrews told reporters in Melbourne on Tuesday. Fifteen people died in that period.…
 
It was one of those comments that stops Washington insiders cold in their tracks. On Saturday, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell was telling an interviewer that his home state of Kentucky — among the worst at responsible budgeting — had only spent about 6% of the money Congress had sent it to deal with the economic pressures of the coronavirus…
 
(UNITED NATIONS) — U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said Tuesday the coronavirus pandemic has led to the largest disruption of education in history, with schools closed in more than 160 countries in mid-July, affecting over 1 billion students. In addition, the U.N. chief said at least 40 million children worldwide have missed out on educatio…
 
The philosopher and essayist George Santayana once wrote, “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” With respect to hurricanes, this saying is both wrong and right, depending on one’s perspective. It is wrong in that no matter how much we know about past hurricanes, new ones will always arrive, creating a repetitive history o…
 
When the U.S. military first detonated an atomic bomb in the desert of New Mexico in July 1945, the programme’s chief physicist Robert Oppenheimer quoted lines from Hindu scripture: “Now I am become Death, the destroyer of worlds.” A few weeks later, two nuclear weapons destroyed the worlds of the inhabitants of the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and…
 
Tommy and Ben talk about the enormous explosions in Beirut, why Cuba has become an issue for Congresswoman Karen Bass in Biden’s VP selection process, Biden’s 2000(!?!) campaign foreign policy advisors, why US troops are leaving Germany, the upcoming election in Belarus, why the Department of Homeland Security was collecting “intelligence” on activ…
 
We've all heard about Freemasons -- but what about the Order of the Pug? Join the guys as they explore the strange series of events that led German Masons to create their own secret society, embodied by a porcelain sculpture of a pug. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers…
 
After Beijing enacted a sweeping national security law for Hong Kong, the city's leader tried to allay fears of a broad crackdown on dissent by promising the measure would affect only a very small minority of people. But throughout July, the first full month under the new legislation, the measure featured prominently in a sustained effort to quell …
 
The thing about protests against police brutality on American soil is that they are cyclical. History is full of attempts by white people to curtail Black mobility—slave patrols, redlining and residential segregation, police surveillance. Black people are tired of it. We been tired. And what happens when you squeeze an already disenfranchised popul…
 
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Three sightseeing balloons crashed Monday in a popular Wyoming tourist destination, injuring as many as 20 people in what one passenger called a terrifying few minutes. The balloons, owned by the same tour operator, went down separately near Jackson Hole and did not crash into each other, Teton County Sheriff Matt Carr said. The ex…
 
In this episode Cade sits down with the one and only Neil deGrasse Tyson. They tackle a wide range of topics including how Mr. Tyson's drive for success was forged on a high school wrestling mat, his enduring love of astronomy, and the continued survival of the human species. Also, you'll see the debut of our signature guest participation game: Hyp…
 
We’re late, but we’re here!Dave has a terrible secret about towels that will finally come to light. If he can get down the stairs that is.Rod has been confined to the couch with his bride to watch the most terrible and hideous show on television. Luckily, he has a great BEER of the WEEK.Dave heads down a Rabbit Hole that started when he watched a m…
 
(NEW YORK) — A Manhattan prosecutor trying to get President Donald Trump’s tax returns told a judge Monday that he was justified in demanding them, citing public reports of “extensive and protracted criminal conduct at the Trump Organization.” Trump’s lawyers last month said the grand jury subpoena for the tax returns was issued in bad faith and am…
 
Countries around the world have introduced stringent control measures to stop COVID-19 outbreaks growing, but now many find themselves facing the same situation again. From Melbourne to Miami, the relaxation of measures had led to increasing flare-ups, which in some places has already meant reclosing schools, businesses or travel routes. Within the…
 
In almost every political fight, you can count on one thing: the creation of a stereotype that can summon critics’ outrage and make its defense indefensible. Ronald Reagan’s 1976 bid for the White House introduced America to his twisted iteration of the “welfare queen” who exploited public assistance to live large. Hillary Clinton dubbed her foes “…
 
Lord & Taylor, known for its upscale fashions and extravagant holiday window displays, sought bankruptcy protection from creditors after a turnaround effort faltered amid the coronavirus pandemic. The oldest U.S. department store filed for Chapter 11 protection in Richmond, Virginia, on Sunday and will submit a reorganization plan with the court. T…
 
(VERO BEACH, Fla.) — Isaias was forecast to be near hurricane strength as it approached the Carolinas Monday, just a day after bands of heavy rain from the tropical storm lashed Florida's east coast. The U.S. National Hurricane Center issued a hurricane warning from South Santee River, South Carolina, to Surf City, North Carolina, in its 5 a.m. adv…
 
About 7,800 people were ordered to evacuate amidst a wildfire that has consumed 15,000 acres so far in southern California's Riverside County, officials say. Nearly 1,400 firefighters from 307 engine companies have been deployed to fight the Apple Fire, which is burning uncontained near the community of Cherry Valley southeast of San Bernardino, th…
 
New York state Senator Zellnor Myrie cast his ballot in person during the early vote period in his state's June primary. He’d applied for an absentee ballot —which didn’t arrive in his mailbox until a day before the election. So rather than hold out for it, he decided to go in to ensure he would get the chance to vote, figuring he wasn’t at too muc…
 
(NEW YORK) — Broadway seamstress Amy Micallef hasn't put her talent on hold while theaters are shut. She's been making plush toys—unusual plush toys. Micallef, who has worked in the wardrobe departments of “Hamilton,” “Waitress” and “Frozen,” makes gleeful representations of COVID-19, complete with a pair of eyes and faux fur.…
 
A teenager who had been reported missing for nine days was found Saturday afternoon by a search and rescue team near the Cascade mountain range in King County, Washington. 18-year-old Gia Fuda's car had run out of gas and she was reported missing on July 24. She was found west of Stevens Pass on U.S. Highway 2 Sgt. Ryan Abbott, spokesperson for the…
 
(CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla.) — Two NASA astronauts returned to Earth on Sunday in a dramatic, retro-style splashdown, their capsule parachuting into the Gulf of Mexico to close out an unprecedented test flight by Elon Musk's SpaceX company. It was the first splashdown by U.S. astronauts in 45 years, with the first commercially built and operated spacecra…
 
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