The Editor and Publisher of the Marine Corps Gazette joins us for his monthly visit to discuss the April 2017 issue of the Gazette.
The Editor and Publisher of the Marine Corps Gazette joins us for his monthly visit to discuss the March 2017 issue of the Gazette.
Major John Kivelin, USMC, joins the program to discuss future battlefields where 7-ton trucks aren’t available due to the abundance of fiber optic weapons in the hands of our enemies. SOLUTION: bicycle born infantry that retains mobility to strike at points the enemy believes are not accessible.
We take a look at the future and innovation that enables maneuver. INTERESTING STUFF.
The boys discuss eating better as you age, but still enjoying good food… no easy task, but certainly doable.
“Burial at Sea” written by LtCol George Goodson, USMC (ret) is also discussed. The article details his experience as a Casualty Notification Officer during Vietnam… which included a burial at sea.
Captain Eric Hovey advocates for a smarter use of the RQ-21, a Marine Corps Program of Record and a better understanding of procurement system for all leaders in the Marine Corps.
CAPTAIN MATT FORMAN, USMC, joins us to discuss his article that appeared in the January edition of the Gazette entitled “Defining the War on ISIL” — we’ll talk about it.
JACK PAXTON, Capt USMC (ret) and Executive Director of the USMC Combat Correspondents Association joins us to discuss his career and the work of the USMCCCA and the USMCCC Foundation.