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Veterans Take Charge Radio Show

The Veterans Take Charge Radio Show is dedicated to bringing our country’s warfighters, past, present, and future to you.  We share strong stories and tell hard truths while exploring local, national, and international issues that affect our military and civilian families.  Two US Army Veterans, a Ranger and a Medic #TakeChargeNow  and navigate Battlefield America for two hours in this high speed, low drag radio broadcast show. 

Justin Baker deployed twice to Afghanistan with the 75th Rangers and Dave Ramos deployed twice to Iraq with the 520th Area Support Medical Company.

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Jaime Medina and Brian Cox

This week we had in studio the crew from the non-profit organization FIX'D out of Tracey California! We talked with Air Force veteran and District 13 Veteran of the Year Jaime Medina and Navy Corpsman Veteran Ryan "Doc" Cox all about veteran life, their military experience, finding work and making work, and the reasons FIX'D came into existence. These guys are on point, high energy, and poignant on many fronts, to include suicide and the VA. Listen to us talk about the how's and why's of working for with and by veterans! Scope them out at www.fixdinc.org 

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Heroes and Horses!

Heroes and Horses! This week we #HuntTheGoodStuff with a significant accomplishment for females in the Air Force and discuss a few news topics. A Tennessee lawmaker is confident that pornography is a leading contributor to our nation's school shootings. Hmm... We dissected that comment and tried to read between the lines of porn, social media, technology, and family values. During the second hour we were joined by patriot and badass Jessica Streamo in North Carolina of "Back In The Saddle - Equine Services for Heroes". Jessica shared with us her passion for our nation's heroes and her love for horses, what PATH certification means, and what her organization provides for those on the path of rehabilitation. We've heard significant support for equine therapy and Jessica's experiences tells us why. I wanna ride horses and shoot guns!! Listen here to find out how...!

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KAPPA SIGMA and John T Woodall

This week we had returning guest and President of the CSUMB Fraternity KAPPA SIGMA, Alex Rassamni and his fundraising committee member Evan Garren in studio to talk about their upcoming golf tournament in support of the Military Heroes Campaign. We talked all about their tournament, as well as the strong work their fraternity does. They are not all about togas and beer... KAPPA SIGMA is cultivating leadership through high standards and service to our community while building brotherhood through selfless integrity. These gentlemen embody patriotism and strength in true fashion. During the second hour we talked with singer, songwriter, and actor John T. Woodall about his role as the Artistic Director for Camp 4 Heroes (as well as some other Glittery things...!). John's passion can be heard in his singing, but more so is felt as he shares with us his father's influence and role in establishing Camp 4 Heroes, post 9-11. They have an amazing program for military, law, fire and EMS to rehabilitate with exciting activities. Naturally, we had a great time with John. And you can too, if you tune in here!

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Evan Morrison and David Nixon

Strong talk and roundtable regarding homeless veterans in our community and our country.  We had excellent insight and motivation from the Homeless Service Center's new Veteran Outreach coordinator Evan Morrison.  Evan shared his views and understanding of the sheer number of homeless veterans and their barriers to service, newly implemented solution strategies, and the realities of living at risk.  We also had USAF veteran Will Kraintz, who is photographing veterans and hearing their stories for his upcoming exhibit.  Will gave us some perspective as he's heard it.  And David Nixon, USN veteran, brought his immense vision of ending veteran homelessness by creating an enhanced tiny home veteran village.  The roundtable talk brought some very good analysis and made interesting points about operation and functionality of the current movements.  Collaboration from across this country is coming in strong!  To hear the collaboration in motion, listen to this!!

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Part 2 with Doc DiMaio!

Part 2 with Doc DiMaio! Wild start regarding the judicial system, quality care, and immigration...! But we buckled down and talked strong shop regarding the recent hostage situation in Yountville, mental health, medications, behavioral histories and irrational veterans. Having the expertise of Doc in studio with us was outfreakingstanding!!

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USMC Veteran Chris DiMaio

This week we heard some amazing stories and experiences shared by USMC Veteran Chris DiMaio. Doc DiMaio was in the Medical Service Corps during Vietnam and gave us some up close and personal accounts of being in jungle war. Booty traps, tigers, blood, the memorial wall, and transition were all shared by Doc in such a tangible and modest way. We opened the conversation in the second hour with his experience as a psychiatrist and barely began to scratch the surface of suicide and prescribed medications. This is too good to pass up!

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Greg Amundson

The awe inspiring and motivating Greg Amundson joins us in studio to talk about his fifth book "The Warrior and the Monk". This is his first fable book about a young warrior and a wise monk navigating self-mastery and discipline. As always, Greg shares exceptional wisdom and teachings from his life experience and studies, as well as direct readings from his book! Knowing Greg's background as a former DEA Special Agent, Law Enforcement Officer, Army Veteran, fitness instructor, motivational speaker, coach, and author, its no surprise that his presence reverberates with positivity and enlightenment. Naturally we had questions and his answers were packed with insight on spirituality, discipline, consciousness, and the light of life. I have never walked away from Greg with a shred of negativity. After you hear this, you'll understand why.

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USMC Veteran Chris DiMaio

This week we heard some amazing stories and experiences shared by USMC Veteran Chris DiMaio. Doc DiMaio was in the Medical Service Corps during Vietnam and gave us some up close and personal accounts

Doc DiMaio! Wild start regarding the judicial system, quality care, and immigration...! But we buckled down and talked strong shop regarding the recent hostage situation in Yountville.

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Bobby Lane, Brent Edwards - OP Surf

Having OP Surf in studio is always a smooth ride and good time with lots of laughs.  USMC Veterans and surfing warriors Bobby Lane and Brent Edwards came back to talk about this years OP Surf season, the Netflix documentary Resurface, and the baptism that the ocean provides.  These men share their personal experiences with surf and the true healing that occurs.  If you haven't already, scope it out!

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Ron Self - USMC

This week on Veterans Take Charge Radio Show the cast includes two former U.S. Army Rangers and a former member of Marine Force Recon. 
Your Host and former 75th Ranger Justin Baker leads the way through the broadcast. In our Hunt The Good Stuff segment, updates about the upcoming Operation Surf Santa Cruz 2018 event are given before the March 22nd kick-off date. Also, Veteran Supporter and musician John Woodall is introduced and takes a couple minutes to tell us about his organization Camp4Heroes.  
Guest Host 2nd Ranger Battalion 75th Ranger Kenny Hernandez gives us an update on his upcoming film projects, and joins the mission to interview our guest.
This week's guest is a former member of Marine Force Recon and founder of Veterans Healing Veterans, Mr. Ron Self. 
Ron shares the story about what led him to become a Force Recon soldier starting at the age of 6. His story is full of all of the emotions of life in the combat zone. He tells us some of the intimate and scarring war stories that affected him most.
This broadcast is not our normal kid-friendly Veterans Take Charge broadcast. If you have PTSD and are easily triggered you should remain prepared to turn your volume down as Ron discusses some of his combat missions in Africa. 
Ron's war stories are the most graphic stories that have ever aired on KSCO Radio. 
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Raul Montes - USN

Damn strong talk all around.  Should we arm everyone for safety purposes?  Should we rid the nation of firearms to end mass shooting?  We talked about significant hot button issues like this, as well as political positions, draining the swamp, and social change.  The second hour was even better when former Navy Corpsman Raul Montes jumped in and we talked even more about guns, arming paramedics, commentary on recent media regarding the Parkland High shooting, and the imperative nature of knowing how to save a life.  Raul is the mind behind Full Spectrum Medic, a program that Ramos has significant faith in, and we discussed the education and training that will be provided.  Super special guest Malachias Gaskin jumped in and just made the show that much better!

David Nixon

We started this weeks show by discussing the “Forever GI Bill”, recapping some of the benefits the bill has to offer Veterans who were discharged after January 1, 2013. We took a call from an individual in the National Guard, who was about to fly out on deployment in Kosovo, who shared some some of his experiences with the GI Bill.  We touched on the fragile and questionable investment our government officials have in public education, it’s affect on young minds in our country, the correlation with an increased incidence of school shootings in the past couple decades, and in-studio guest David Nixon shared some valuable insight on the accessibility of education for disabled children. Air Force Veteran and photography student Will Kraintz joined us in the second hour to discuss his photo-documentary project entitled “We Are Still Here”, and described his goal of capturing as many portraits of Veterans as possible, across all demographics. His project will culminate with a showing at the Veterans Memorial Building at the end of the school semester. If you are a Veteran interested in participating in this project, you can contact Will at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or connect with him at www.kraintzphotography.com to learn more.

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