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TALES OF VALOR HALF-HISTORY: Col. John Ripley | The only. Marine ever inducted into the U.S. Army Ranger Hall of Fame has quite a story to tell of his mission to "hold and die" against more than 20,000 enemy soldiers and 200 tanks on a bridge in Vietnam. Thanks for listening, subscribing, commenting, rating/reviewing and all the good stuff! http://…
 
TALES OF VALOR EP. 52: Andrew Ferguson | The lines are blurred between reality and dreams for those who experience unimaginable scenes in their deployments. In this unique episode, Mike and Dave interact with a story from a book called "Fire and Forget" which is a collection of "short stories from a long war" about the war in Iraq and Afghanistan. …
 
TALES OF VALOR EP. 51: Master Sergeant Thomas Patrick Payne | On his 14th deployment, Pat was part of a team assigned to plan and conduct an operation to rescue over 70 Kurdish prisoners being held by ISIS barbarians in Iraq. The team soon received horrifying intelligence that the terrorists were planning to massacre their captives and bury them in…
 
TALES OF VALOR HALF-HISTORY: Claudia Apolinar | When she and her partner were ambushed in Compton, Deputy Apolinar remained steadfast and relentless, putting her partner's needs before even her own wounds ensuring that they were able to get the fastest possible response to their horrific circumstances. Both she and her unnamed partner are expected …
 
TALES OF VALOR HALF-HISTORY: Harry L. Martin | Join Dave in this amazing half history about a brave Marine (and Michigander) named Harry Martin who was a part of the first wave onto Iwo Jima! This tale is told by the man himself in a timepiece worth remembering. Thanks for listening, subscribing and rating/reviewing! Special credit to American Vete…
 
TALES OF VALOR EP. 50: Lt. Jay Zeamer | An unwanted and uncertified primary pilot, Jay Zeamer set out to gather his crew of misfits in an abandoned plane that they would modify and fly into danger over and over again. This tale culminates with a mission that would earn Zeamer and his friend and bombardier Joe Sarnowski each the Medal of Honor. Wow …
 
TALES OF VALOR HALF-HISTORY: Master Sgt. Michael Meroney | In this tale of valor, we hear the story of a pararescueman not only saving a young girl on 9-6-05 during Katrina but reuniting with her ten years later and the impact he and LaShay Brown have had on one another in the process. Meroney called her smile a "Tsunami of Greatness." Thank you fo…
 
TALES OF VALOR EP. 49: Patrick Gavin "Tad" Tadina | Army Ranger Patrick Tadina was a 30 year Army Veteran and the longest serving Ranger in Vietnam and one of the war's most decorated soldiers and leaders. “Early this morning my Dad ... took his last breaths and went to be with all the Rangers before him,” his daughter Catherine Poeschl said on Fac…
 
TALES OF VALOR HALF-HISTORY: The Chernobyl Divers | Listen in as Mike tells the story of three men: Alexei Ananenko, Valeri Bespalov and Boris Baranov volunteered to risk themselves to save the rest of the world in ways we likely cannot even imagine. Thanks for listening, subscribing, rating/reviewing and all that good stuff! http://www.instagram.c…
 
TALES OF VALOR HALF-HISTORY: Peter Freuchen | From fighting Nazi's in the Danish resistance and being wanted by the Third Reich to escaping an ice cave with a dagger made from his own feces, you could say Peter Freuchen lived an interesting life worthy of a tale of valor. Thanks for listening and sharing the show! http://www.instagram.com/tovpod…
 
TALES OF VALOR HALF-HISTORY: Thomas Nast | From cartoons that helped take down corrupt politician "Boss" Tweed to being considered the "Father of The American Cartoonist" see why in a time where such things mattered so much more, why courage was necessary to draw ones convictions! Thank you for listening and sharing the show! http://www.instagram.c…
 
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