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46 minutes | a month ago
Digital Civil Reconnaissance with Carrick Longley and Stephen Hunnewell
Dr. Carrick Longley and Stephen Hunnewell of IST Research discuss Digital Civil Reconnaissance and how it supports Civil Affairs missions. This episode is sponsored by Tesla Government. It was produced by John McElligott. The One CA Podcast is supported by the Civil Affairs Association. Music by Broke for Free. The book referenced is "The Kill Chain: Defending America in the Future of High-Tech Warfare," by Christian Brose.
46 minutes | 2 months ago
Joe Pastorek on the 95th Civil Affairs Brigade's Advanced Skills Detachment
Joe Pastorek discusses 95th Civil Affairs Brigade's Advanced Skills Detachment with host Sean Acosta. This episode was sponsored by Tesla Government. One CA is sponsored by the Civil Affairs Association.
51 minutes | 2 months ago
Lauren Ladenson, Lieutenant Colonel Matt Holmes, and Lieutenant Colonel Kyle Kouri on Defense Support to Stabilization (DSS)
Lauren Ladenson, Lieutenant Colonel Matt Holmes, and Lieutenant Colonel Kyle Kouri discuss US Africa Command's Defense Support to Stabilization (DSS) with host Sean Acosta. This episode was sponsored by Tesla Government. One CA is sponsored by the Civil Affairs Association.
46 minutes | 3 months ago
CPT Al Oh and SGM Chris Melendez discuss Civil Reconnaissance
CPT Al Oh and SGM Chris Melendez discuss civil reconnaissance including the fundamentals of reconnaissance and its application across multiple domains. This episode is hosted and produced by Sean Acosta. This episode was sponsored by Tesla Government. One CA is sponsored by the Civil Affairs Association.
37 minutes | 3 months ago
Dr. E. Casey Wardynski, ASA (M&RA) on Talent Management
E. Casey Wardynski, PhD, Assistant Secretary of the Army for Manpower and Reserve Affairs, discusses the modern talent management system and how it applies to the CA force. Dr. Wardynski is the godfather of Army talent management. This episode was produced and edited by John McElligott. Tesla Government is the sponsor. The One CA Podcast is brought to you by the Civil Affairs Association.
33 minutes | 4 months ago
LTC Scott Dickerson on the Army CA Force Modernization Assessment
US Army Lieutenant Colonel T. Scott Dickerson discusses outcomes from the Civil Affairs Force Modernization Assessment. This episode was produced by Sarah Kelly. Tesla Government sponsored the episode. The One CA podcast is brought to you by the Civil Affairs Association.
50 minutes | 4 months ago
MAJ Ashley Holzmann on the History of US Propaganda and Psychological Operations
Major Ashley Holzmann discusses his research on the history of US propaganda and psychological operations. Hosted by Major Assad Raza. Produced by Captain John McElligott. This episode was sponsored by Tesla Government. One CA is sponsored by the Civil Affairs Association.
43 minutes | 5 months ago
Doowan Lee on Innovating Influence Intelligence
Doowan Lee of Zignal Labs discusses innovating influence intelligence, collaborative information systems, network analysis and great power competition. Hosted by LTC Arnel David. Produced by CPT John McElligott. This episode was sponsored by Tesla Government. One CA is sponsored by the Civil Affairs Association.
32 minutes | 5 months ago
LTC Marco Bongioanni on the International Visitor Leadership Program
Lieutenant Colonel Marco Bongioanni discusses the U.S. Department of State's International Visitor Leadership Program and how it applies to the civil affairs community. Hosted and produced by John McElligott. Sponsored by Tesla Government. Sponsored by the Civil Affairs Association.
28 minutes | 6 months ago
Paul Giannone on CA in Vietnam and his Career in Public Health
Paul Giannone served with the 29th Civil Affairs Company as an Army medic and public health advisor during the Vietnam conflict. Through a career in public health and development work, Paul witnessed some of the most dramatic moments in recent history. Paul wrote about these adventures in his memoir, A Life in Dark Places, published by Torchflame Books. Learn more about Paul on his website. This episode was hosted and produced by John McElligott. It was sponsored by Tesla Government. One CA is sponsored by the Civil Affairs Association.
29 minutes | 6 months ago
LTC Jeff Uherka and COL Steve Barry of Joint Task Force - Bravo
LTC Jeff Uherka and COL Steve Barry of Joint Task Force - Bravo, Soto Cano Air Base, Honduras, discuss Civil Affairs forces in Central and South America. Episode sponsored by Tesla Government. Hosted by John McElligott, under the auspices of the Civil Affairs Association.
31 minutes | 7 months ago
John Barsa, Acting Administrator of USAID
John Barsa, Acting Administrator of the US Agency for International Development (USAID), discusses how his experience in Civil Affairs informs his work at USAID. He also mentions the breadth of USAID work around the globe, how COVID-19 may change USAID operations, the staff reorganization at USAID, and advice for young NCOs and officers in the CA community. Hosted and edited by John McElligott. Brought to you by the Civil Affairs Association. This episode is sponsored by Tesla Government.
41 minutes | 7 months ago
Dr. Ajit Maan - Narrative Warfare
Host Sean Acosta discusses Narrative Warfare with Dr. Ajit Maan. Dr. Maan is CEO of the award winning think-and-do-tank Narrative Strategies, Professor of Politics and Global Security at Arizona State University, Affiliate Faculty at the Center for Narrative Conflict Resolution at George Mason University, Faculty at the Center for the Future of War, Member of the Brain Trust of the Weaponized Narrative Initiative, and author of seven books including Counter-Terrorism: Narrative Strategies, Narrative Warfare, and Plato’s Fear.
37 minutes | 8 months ago
Karen Walsh and Bron Morrison of Dexis Consulting
Karen Walsh and Bron Morrison of Dexis Consulting Group share their perspectives on development, working with the military, and the Dexis approach.
40 minutes | 8 months ago
Intergrating Civil Affairs, with MAJ Brian Hancock and Dr. Timothy Darr
MAJ Brian Hancock and Dr. Timothy Darr discuss their submission to the Civil Affairs Association "Call for Papers." Their submission, titled Integrating Civil Affairs Through the Application of Battlefield-Relevant Civil Information Management, discusses a future product of Civil Information Management and its relevance. The submission can be read at: https://www.civilaffairsassoc.org/post/2019-20-civil-affairs-issue-papers-integrating-civil-affairs
27 minutes | 9 months ago
COL Steve Battle on CA Support for the COVID-19 Outbreak in Korea
U.S. Army Colonel Steve Battle discusses the Civil Affairs staff responsibilities during the COVID-19 pandemic in the Republic of Korea. Colonel Battle serves as the G9 for Eighth Army.
45 minutes | 9 months ago
LTC Rachel Sullivan and MAJ Mike Karlson on CA during the COVID-19 Pandemic in Korea
U.S. Army Civil Affairs officers Lieutenant Colonel Rachel Sullivan and Major Mike Karlson discuss their work during the COVID-19 pandemic in Korea and how they adapted to deliver valuable Civil Information Management products and CA support to staff operations.
30 minutes | 10 months ago
Dr. Lynn Copeland on the Future of Civil Information Management
Lynn Copeland, PhD, Civil Information Chief for the U.S. Army Special Operations Center of Excellence discusses the future of Civil Information Management, including tools CA forces will use in the field to collect and analyze civil information. Dr. Copeland encourages anyone in industry with tech solutions to support CA to contact her by email and pitch your concept. Produced and edited by John McElligott.
32 minutes | 10 months ago
Letting the CAT out of the Bag Part 2
Part 2 of an interview with SFC Peterson and SSGs Bryant and McKneely. In this part of the interview we discuss recruiting through social media platforms, where we fall short in training, and how Civil Affairs NCOs can leverage the resources available and NCO experience to train develop soldiers at the unit level.
30 minutes | a year ago
Letting the CAT out of the Bag, Part 1
SFC Matthew Peterson and SSGs Christopher Bryant and Hailey McKneely join the podcast to give NCO perspectives on improving Civil Affairs doctrine, training, team organization and more in this two part series. "If you just keep it all internalized, all it does is create this vicious cycle where people like complaining and there is never a solution. You just end up wallowing in your own discontent, rolling around in it, getting dirtier and it just brings each other down." - SFC Peterson on issues from the Team Room
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