Actor and Power of One Foundation President Andre Roberson talks with Jack about the work he is doing in Southern California to help his community throw the Covid 19 pandemic.
Michael began his media career in 1979 with the creation and hosting of the radio feature "Face to Face". Throughout his media career Michael has been apart of the six-hour television min-series special for The History Channel entitled "Vietnam in HD" The ten-part series "World War II in HD" and its follow up two hour special, "The Air War". His most recent six hour mini-series for the American Heroes Channel (AHC) entitled "Against the Odds", premiered with record-breaking audience numbers.
He has also directed and co-produced The History Channel's award-winning, two hour television specials, "When Cowboys Were King", "Hollywood's Greatest Villains", "70's Fever" as well as the A&E, special, "Cecil B De Mille" and "The James Woods Biography" among others.
Michael Barrett a combat-wounded veteran of the United States Marine Corps how is helping others in the Veteran community get back on there feet and back to civilian life throw Working Wardrobes.
Working Wardrobes is an independent nonprofit organization that strives to empower men, women, young adults, and veterans overcoming difficult challenges to confidently enter the workforce and achieve self-sufficiency.
Gary Bernstein has photographed more than 200 international celebrities and created images for the largest corporate entities in the world. His clients range from Elizabeth Taylor and Rock Hudson to Presidential families and Jay Leno.
Dave Bray USA is a United States Veteran. He served in the US Navy as an 8404 FMF Corpsman for the 2nd Battalion/2nd Marines, (Sniper PLT), stationed out of Camp Lejeune, NC. Dave is now a national touring musician, singer and songwriter, and has dedicated his musical career to supporting U.S. Veterans, Active Duty Military, Fire, Police and First Responders. www.davebrayusa.com
You can listen to a sample of Dave's song Last call at the end of this podcast.
Navy SEAL artist, Pete Carolan graduate in 1968 from BUD/S Class 47, in Coronado, where he was first assigned as a Navy FROGMAN with Underwater Demolition Team 13, and would become the UDT-13 Cartographer for all beach reconnaissance missions when deployed to 2 combat tours of duty in Vietnam.
Later he would be chosen as a swim team leader in the recovery of the famous “Splash-Down” of the Apollo-13 astronauts, Lovell, Haise and Swigert in 1970.
Pete’s art first became internationally famous, as he hand-painted “Freddie the Frog” on the historic recovery helicopter #66, that was seen all over the world during that historic space recovery operation. This same frog now appears on that helicopter, which is on the deck of the U.S.S. Midway Aircraft Carrier Museum, in San Diego Bay.
Luis Verdugo and Kaled Weakly are Helping are vets with there Project.
The Bravo Project uses the outdoors to connect VA Vets to each other and there loved ones.
The Special Liberty Project provides combat wounded veterans the opportunity to drop the pack and enjoy a stress free, fully supported and educational hunting experience. Hunters will enjoy companionship while embracing the challenges and bounty of the outdoors.
Nitro Gun Co. was founded by CEO Nick Garcia of Carlsbad, CA in 2015. He graduated from Carlsbad High in 2005, investing in 4 years of wood-shop experience with a certification in 'Advanced Cabinetry'. With 15 years of wood-working experience, Nick has been able to create a speargun with a high-quality product and design. Depending on the experience of the diver, Nitro Gun Company can build a speargun specialized to your needs. Customized designs vary from 36" to 72", 1 band to 6 bands, rear handle or mid handle.
This compelling story of perseverance and grit has come of age after seventeen years. Former Boston Bruins Captain, Rick “Nifty” Middleton, coached the 2002 US Paralympic Sled Hockey team in Salt Lake City, Utah. Together, along with Tom Moulton, they all achieved an unlikely gold medal. The time has come to tell their dramatic story through a scripted film. www.toughsleddingthemovie.com
Josh was diagnosed with a skull-base chordoma in 2006. Unwilling to accept the limited treatment options available to chordoma patients, he joined the lab of Dr. Michael Kelley at Duke University, where he spent the next two years studying chordoma.
Since the nighttime raid in May 2011, countless articles and newspapers have printed Cairo’s name, but nobody has shared the real story behind this four legged her until now. Will Chesney and Joe Layden authored the book “No Ordinary Dog: My Partner From the SEAL Teams to the Bin Laden Raid,” which is available everywhere. It gives insight into Cairo’s extraordinary life and how working dogs are valued members of their teams.