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GRP 105-It was the best of times, it was the worst of times: The story of a Special operations SGM

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GRP 105-It was the best of times, it was the worst of times: The story of a Special operations SGM

 

 

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GRP 105- Very special guest on with me for this week’s podcast. Retired Special Operations Sergeant Major Chris Dutch Moyer came on. SGM Moyer served in the U.S. Army for 31 years. He first served as a Tanker, an Infantrymen, and an Army Ranger, before going deeper into the Joint Special Operations Command. We talked about the mindset required to remain at the top of your game for so long. We talked about coming back from injuries as he’s gotten badly injured while training for combat. 
    
The special operations forces are constantly training, deploying, and fighting. We talked about how the forces to some degree have burned out and how the military is getting better at mitigating the burnout. We talked about the “golden age of special operations” which refers to the last 16 plus years of war where the operators have lead the fight against America’s enemies. We discussed Africa, transnational terrorism, and the geopolitical threat posed by China. SGM Moyer shared some of the school’s and specialties he’s had while in such as being a dog handler. We were able to discuss some of the benefits of having dogs running with operators in combat. Lastly, we discussed his consulting company called DCM Consulting USA. They are working on getting
a website back up but for now, you can contact him via his Instagram page which is listed below. Enjoy. 


0:00-Intro

2:23-Introduction to Sergeant Major Moyer

9:53-The golden age of special operations

15:35-Transnational Terrorism. The burning out of special operations forces. 

31:09-The tip of the spear

53:42-Special Operations working dogs 

Sergeant Major Chris Dutch Moyer:

https://www.instagram.com/dutchchrismoyer/


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GRP 74- A Green Beret's Journey Into the Darkness: Countering Child Sexual Exploitation

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GRP 74- A Green Beret's Journey Into the Darkness: Countering Child Sexual Exploitation

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GRP 74-Co hosting for this week's podcast is former British Army Combat Medic Chantel Taylor. We have a special guest on a retired Army Special Forces Green Beret named Mike. Mike served as a Tanker in Iraq where he first came across Special Forces. He knew right away that this was something he would like to be a part of someday. He had a growing young family so when his contract was up he got out of the Army. He eventually went back in and became a Green Beret until he was injured and medically retired.

 

As he was retiring he was approached by an organization that recruits personnel from the Special Operations community in order to hunt down and put a stop to child sexual exploitation here in the United States. For Mike it was a no brainer. He was in. Below is an excerpt from our conversation:

 

Mike: After I was told I wouldn't be able to be do Green Beret stuff anymore and I could either take a desk job, or medically retire. As I was in the retirement process I got approached by someone. He told me about the Hero Child Rescue Corps. It's recruiting veterans from the Special Operations community who are wounded or disabled. Are you interested? It was to fight child sexual exploitation. I jumped on it. I declined other opportunities to make a lot of money working overseas. I knew this was a once in a lifetime deal. It was to save kids. Now I have 3 kids. Once I retired I went to training for it.

 

I do computer forensics fighting child sexual exploitation.

 

John: Its important work. You hear about these kinds of things and immediately you think of places like Africa, but this is happening in the States. I think Americans aren't as aware of it as they should be.

 

Mike: I was in a class one time. They pulled up a map of the United States. It was a live feed of child pornography being downloaded. Within 15 minutes the entire map was red. You can live in the nicest neighborhood, and you wont know there's pedophile’s in that same area. People in these areas producing it.

 

 


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GRP 21-North American Rescue, DJ Struntz, Ramadi, Zulu Foxtrot

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GRP 21-North American Rescue, DJ Struntz, Ramadi, Zulu Foxtrot

GRP 21-On this episode two interviews were conducted. The first is with DJ Struntz who is the Minister of Propaganda for North American Rescue. NAR is a premiere provider in pre hospital, point of wounded medical care. NAR has assembled a seasoned staff of former Special Operations medics, experienced Law Enforcement/SWAT/EMS healthcare providers. The CAT Tourniquet (Combat Application Tourniquet) is the official tourniquet of the US Army, and has contributed to the decrease in deaths on the battlefield for the modern day war fighter.

 

The second interview was conducted with G from Zero Foxtrot. G is a Marine combat veteran with deployments to Fallujah, and Ramadi during the Iraq war. He has popular social media profiles which post interesting content highlighting warfighters from wars past, and we discuss some things that are popular misconceptions amongst people with limited knowledge on modern warfare, and the history of warfare as well.  Any questions send an email to podcast@globalrecon.net.

 

North American Rescue’s website: www.narescue.com

North American Rescue’s Facebook: North American Rescue

North American Rescue’s Instagram: North American Rescue

DJ Struntz Instagram: DjStruntzPhoto

 

Zero Foxtrot’s Website: www.zerofoxtrot.com

Zero Foxtrot’s Facebook: Zero Foxtrot

Zero Foxtrot’s Instagram: ZuluFucks

 

 

 

 

Mike Glover’s Website: www.fieldcraftsurvival.com

Mike Glover’s Facebook: FieldCraftLLC

Mike Glover’s Instagram Accounts: SofSurvivor , FieldCraftSurvival

Mike Glover’s Twitter: IgSofSurvivor

 

John Hendricks website: www.globalrecon.net

John Hendricks Facebook: FB Recon

John Hendricks Instagram Accounts: IgRecon, GlobalRecon_INC

John Hendricks Twitter: IgRecon

 

Music provided by Caspian: www.caspianmusic.net

 

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GRP 16-MACV-SOG, Rucking Raiders, Operators

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GRP 16-MACV-SOG, Rucking Raiders, Operators

GRP 16- This is a very special episode for several reasons. One we have Nate the team leader from Rucking Raiders on again who is finishing up the 700 plus mile march organized by his organization consisting of MARSOC operators honoring their fallen brothers who were killed last year in a training accident.

 

The second reason this is a special episode is we have the distinct honor and privilege of having MACV-SOG Operator Mike Stahl the one zero, or team leader of RT (Recon Team) Michigan for CCN (Command and Control North). Military Assistance Command, Vietnam – Studies and Observations Group (MACV-SOG) was a highly classified, multi-service United States special operations unit which conducted covert unconventional warfare operations prior to and during the Vietnam War.

 

Operators from this unit took on the most dangerous missions of the Vietnam War, and are some of the most decorated soldiers in the history of the United States Military.

 

Joining the conversation is my good friend Jason Economos who is an author and Vietnam expert. Jason wrote an excellent book on MACV-SOG called Gentle Propositions. The book is available on amazon.com. For anyone interested in opting in to our Survival mindset paid webinar send an email to podcast@globalrecon.net

 

Rucking Raiders website: www.marineraidermemorialmarch.com

Rucking Raiders Instagram: RuckingRaiders

 

Mike Stahl’s website: www.trickymisfit.com

 

Jason Economo’s book: Gentle Propositions: http://www.amazon.com/Gentle-Propositions-J-S-Economos/dp/0615997635/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1458534982&sr=8-1&keywords=gentle+propositions

 

Jason Economo’s Instagram: Jseconomos

 

Mike Glover’s website: www.fieldcraftsurvival.com

Mike Glover’s Instagram: SofSurvivor

Mike Glover’s Facebook: FieldCraftLLC

Mike Glover’s Twitter: IgSofSurvivor

 

John Hendricks’s website: www.globalrecon.net

John Hendricks’s Instagram/Twitter: IgRecon

John Hendricks’s Facebook: FB Recon

 

Music provided by Caspian: www.caspianmusic.net

 

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