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51 minutes | Nov 18, 2020
Purpose After the Military: Davin and Gia Strang
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59 minutes | Oct 21, 2020
Veteran Entrepreneurs: Trill Paullin, Ph.D. & Gene Luze (Pod #025)
Episode 025 of the Mission43 Podcast features entrepreneurs Trill Paullin and Gene Luze. Watch and listen as they discuss the challenges of starting their own businesses...everything from procuring capital to hiring employees, both Trill and Gene reply on the lessons they learned while serving in the US Army. You can't help but be inspired by their stories of resiliency and innovation! Thoughts, questions, suggestions or comments? We'd love to hear them! Send us an email at email@example.com To learn more about our guest and their businesses, visit their websites or social media channels listed below: Free to Feed (Dr. Trill) Website: https://www.freetofeed.com/ Facebook: Free to Feed Instagram: @free.to.feed Treasure Valley Eco Wash (Gene) Website: https://www.treasurevalleyecowash.com/ Facebook: Treasure Valley Eco Wash LLC Instagram: @treasurevalleyecowash Go Lead. Go Learn. Go Inspire. Visit mission43.org
78 minutes | Sep 23, 2020
Idaho Smoke N Fire 400: Willie Stewart & Anthony Skeesick (Pod #024)
Listen in as Idahoans Anthony Skeesick and “One-Arm” Willie Stewart share their raw and unvarnished lessons learned from competing in this year’s grueling Smoke n’ Fire 400 bike race and leading a joint Challenged Athletes Foundation and Mission43 team through 420 miles of unsupported backcountry riding. Subscribe, like, and listen to guests that will leave you inspired!
32 minutes | Aug 31, 2020
2020 9/11 Miles of Remembrance Audio Supplement III (Mature Audience)
This version is a candid reading that includes graphic and emotional audio files from survivors and victims of the 9/11 attacks. It is intended to immerse listeners in the events of 9/11 as they happened. This version provides listeners with information about the subsequent Global War on Terror, and the cost of sacrifice.
22 minutes | Aug 31, 2020
2020 9/11 Miles of Remembrance Audio Supplement II (Youth Narrative)
Suggested for 5th Grade - 8th Grade audience This version is narrated by an adult and utilizes universally understood language. It includes emotional audio files from survivors and victims of the 9/11 attacks.
4 minutes | Aug 31, 2020
2020 9/11 Miles of Remembrance Audio Supplement I (Children Narrative)
Suggested for children Kindergarten - 5th Grade Talking to children about complicated subjects like 9/11, terrorism, and war is challenging. This version is narrated by a child and utilizes language most easily understood by children. This version does not contain any graphic audio files or content.
62 minutes | Aug 17, 2020
Executive Editor of Military.com: Amy Bushatz (Pod #023)
Executive Editor of Military.com, Amy Bushatz shares her emotional story as a military spouse and the support she provided her husband Luke during his bout of post-traumatic stress and traumatic brain injury after a catastrophic unit deployment to Afghanistan in 2009. Through personal strength, resilience, and the support of Wear Blue Run to Remember, Amy talks about keeping her family together and their adventurous move to Alaska in pursuit of peace and transition from leaving active service.
55 minutes | Jun 25, 2020
NFL Player, Founder of Adaptive Training Foundation, and Idaho Alumnus: David Vobora (Pod #022)
Former NFL Player and Founder of the Adaptive Training Foundation, David Vobora, opens up in his conversation with BVH. From his identity crisis and struggles with addiction after leaving the NFL to rediscovering his purpose and passion by providing physical fitness training in the gym for military veterans and civilians with physical disabilities, David covers it all while letting his drive and passion shine. You’re in for a great listen with this one!
28 minutes | Jun 11, 2020
CAF Spotlight Pt 3, Navy Vet and Blind Waterskier: Scott Leason (Pod #021)
In this episode from Summer 2019, Brian and Bryan sit down with Navy veteran and blind adaptive athlete Scott Leason. Scott shares his journey from honorably serving for 7 years in the U.S. Navy to being shot in the head and losing his sight while working at a convenience store.Scott faced many challenges adapting to the loss of his sight, but eventually found the Challenged Athletes Foundation’s Operation Rebound. In 2008, he received CAF Operation Rebound support for his waterski training and has since competed in multiple IRONMAN races and was the sole visually impaired athlete on Team USA at the ISA World Adaptive Surfing Championship.Oh yeah, he became an adaptive athlete in his 50s. Listen to this incredible story!
30 minutes | Jun 11, 2020
CAF Spotlight Pt 2, Navy SEAL and Ultra-Athlete: Carlos Moleda (Pod #020)
In episode 020, we check-in with Navy SEAL and legendary adaptive athlete, Carlos Moleda. Carlos talks openly about leaving Brazil at age 18 with $300 in his pocket, joining the US Navy, learning to swim, and being shot in Panama during military operations to capture Manuel Noriega. Since his injury, Carlos has become a world-renowned athlete. He won the 367-mile Sadlers Ultra Challenge handcycle race in Alaska, is a two-time National Handcycling Champion, and a four-time Hawaii Ironman Champion.
45 minutes | May 18, 2020
Hire Heroes USA CEO: Ross Dickman (Pod #019)
In episode 019, Hire Heroes USA Interim CEO, Ross Dickman highlights the company’s 15 years of work and the 10,000+ military veterans and spouses HHUSA has helped find employment. Ross also imparts a message of optimism as his team continues virtually assisting clients in finding meaningful employment.
55 minutes | May 11, 2020
Retired USAF Chief Master Sgt & Veteran Leadership Scholar: Jen Anthony (Pod #018)
In Episode 018, retired U.S. Air Force Chief Master Sergeant and President G.W. Bush Institute Veteran Leadership Scholar, Jen Anthony talks with BVH about her time in service, rising up in the ranks as a woman and her personal struggles with loss of identity and purpose after departing active military service. Through therapy, self-reflection, and intentional efforts, Jen has become a positive voice and example for women service members and transitioning veterans.
67 minutes | May 4, 2020
Travis Manion Foundation President & Gold Star Family Member: Ryan Manion (Pod #017)
In episode 17 of the M43 Podcast, BVH welcomes Ryan Manion: Gold star family member, President of the Travis Manion Foundation, and co-author of the book The Knock at the Door. Ryan shares with BVH her military upbringing and how she and her family transformed the grief from her brother Travis' death in Iraq into purpose and leadership through a national non-profit.
57 minutes | Apr 25, 2020
Director of Veterans Programs at Philanthropy Roundtable: Shaun Rieley (Pod #016)
In Episode 016, Shaun Rieley, U.S. Army veteran and the Director of Veterans Programs at the Philanthropy Roundtable, takes BVH on a philosophical journey about rethinking how we address military veterans in the future. Shaun discusses legacy Veteran Service Organizations, the rise of post-9/11 veteran organizations, and the current philanthropic efforts to change the veteran narrative.
54 minutes | Apr 18, 2020
Founder and Executive Director of Team RWB: Mike Erwin (Pod #015)
In Episode 015, BVH and Mike Erwin, the Founder and Executive Director of National Veteran Non-Profit Team RWB, cover a lot of ground — from farm chores and pigs to the importance of competition, veteran health and wellness, and social interaction.
42 minutes | Apr 9, 2020
Executive Director of Mission Roll Call: Garrett Cathcart (Pod #014)
In this episode of the M43 Podcast, we venture into the virtual world and connect with Garrett Cathcart of Mission Roll Call. Tune in to hear how influential leaders in the military space like Garrett are navigating the current climate and learn about some of the fascinating work he and Mission Roll Call are doing in the US.
51 minutes | Feb 24, 2020
Extreme Athlete, Humanitarian, and Retired Marine Sergeant: Kirstie Ennis (Pod #013)
In February 2020, Mission43 was lucky to get Kirstie Ennis to come out to Idaho for our speaker panel series, 43INC, in conjunction with Challenged Athletes Foundation - Idaho. Kirstie is as fascinating as they come and her passion palpitates through everything she does and says. Check out this inspirational episode as Brian and Dan sit down and chat with former Marine Sergeant, adaptive athlete, humanitarian, and role-model for episode 013 of the M43 Podcast.
69 minutes | Feb 13, 2020
Paralympian, Purple Heart Recipient, and Marine Scout Sniper: Josh Sweeney (Pod #012)
In this episode of the M43 Podcast, we sit down with Paralympic gold medalist and Purple Heart recipient, Josh Sweeney.
45 minutes | Dec 19, 2019
President and CEO of Project Recover: Derek Abbey (Pod #011)
In this episode of the M43 Podcast, we sit down with Dr. Derek Abbey, CEO/President of Project Recover, where we learn about his impressive resume that includes experience in the US Marine Corps, higher education, and nonprofit leadership. Watch or listen below and make sure to subscribe to our podcast!
82 minutes | Dec 18, 2019
College Athlete, Purple Heart Recipient, & New Director of Engagement: Dan Nelson (Pod #010)
In this episode of the M43 Podcast, we sit down with Dan “The Manimal” Nelson, Mission43 Engagement Director.
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