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Heart of a Volunteer, one of the purest things that this country has. If you listen to this podcast you are going to hear just that, the hearts of the Veterans that volunteered to go into harms way for the nation. The podcast is simple, Veterans bring a topic to the how and becomes co-host at the same time. This is a self-funded process that allows Veterans to get their message of overcoming struggle as a Veteran. Come and join us, you won't be disappointed. Blessings.
 
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Dr. Katie Kopp joins me for a second time on the podcast, this time we tackle suicide and turning our mental health around. Won't lie, had a really tough week. Someone who holds a place in my heart took his life, I haven't felt this level of loss in a very long time, so very fortunate to have Dr. Kopp available to come on and have a chat. Opening t…
 
Through the course of life we find ourselves, on many occasions, barely holding on to the things we value and put our works into. These many years of life have taught me, in brutal ways sometimes, that change is all around us. We struggle, which is our nature as humans it seems, fighting against the current of life, wondering when we are going to c…
 
William (Bill) Broadie passed from his earthly life to his eternal heavenly home on January 21, 2021, after a six-week battle against COVID-19. Bill was born February 26, 1948, in Ashland, KS, to Elmer (Raymond) and Leta (Luke) Broadie. Bill graduated from Ashland High School in 1966. He was a life-long resident of Ashland, KS, a fourth-generation …
 
Jacob Bowman joins the podcast today for a chat about his time as a Ranger Medic with 2nd Ranger Battalion, the challenges of post-service and the connection back to life that Ayahuasca gave to him. Not only is Jacob a Veteran, but he is also a Veteran Business Owner. He developed a CBD balm that jump started “Buzzed Bee Balm” with his Mother and a…
 
Christie Douglas, from Saga Ep. 25, stopped by the studio on her way back up from Dallas and we didn't waste the opportunity. Christie is the voice for the introduction on "Movement Monday", so she was gracious enough to record a few more for Dan. Dan and Christie hadn't seen each other in quite some time, so this was a much-needed reconnection, es…
 
Podcasting has really taken off during the pandemic, with folks at home or having a lot of free time, some are taking to this platform to talk about what moves, inspires, or just fills a need in their life. In terms of podcasting, finding your message and coming up with a title is a good start, but once you get past that its on to the format. Are y…
 
Victor Varela, Army Veteran, drove up from San Antonio, TX to enjoy the weekend and to have a sit down at the studio for a chat. It was a great time and the is full of Victor’s life and times. As all of us know, the reason we join the service, regardless of branch, is an individual one, framed by the needs of the time. For many college and for some…
 
Ryan Wempe - owner of "ChummyVet.com", came up to the "Lakeside Studio" for a chat about what is a Chummy Vet and how connecting with Veterans is a life-defining event. 15% Discount Code: HOVPODCAST Chummy: Friendly, familiar, thick as thieves, matey, buddy... Veterans know all too well how this feels when you're engaged "in the suck", but we only …
 
Dan Hurd joins the show today for an update on his journey to bring Suicide Awareness to the masses. Dan has cycled through 42 states so far and traveled over 16,500 miles during that time. The number of lives that he has impacted can't be counted, truly happy to know he's out there doing great work building awareness and offering some really great…
 
Marine Corps Veteran, Daniel Lee, joins the show today to talk about getting into the deep end of our challenges, finding a greater understanding within it. Dan followed a path to service that many Veterans themselves have put feet to, faced choices and challenges leading up to joining. Dan was an All-American swimmer in high school, from the age o…
 
Michael Armstrong joins the growing ranks of Veteran Co-hosts today and defines yet another Veteran attribute - Never Quitting. With his cousin serving in the Marine Corps, Mike set his sights on following his lead. But his dream of becoming an 0331 - Infantry Machine Gunner was derailed when a diagnosis of childhood asthma was discovered. Mike's l…
 
Dr. Katie Kopp, Ph.D. assumes Co-hosting duties on today’s Saga Episode to discuss her amazing journey to becoming a Clinical Psychologist. Not all Veterans set out in life to serve directly, but some are given auspicious moments that change their life's path, thus changing them forever. Katie is one of those Veterans who found Soldiering to be a c…
 
Nick Martin sits down at the Lakeside Studio for today's episode and we have a stoic conversation about gaining traction from the lessons learned, during not only our service, but in every challenge we face in life. Nick came from humble beginnings, but he was guided by a Mother who worked hard to provide, this early lesson was not lost on him. Exa…
 
Devon Walker made the journey from Amarillo to Lake Texoma to get some much-needed family time, while at it he hosted Veterans for a fish fry and hung out here at the "Lakeside Studios" for an episode on the fishing here at Lake Texoma. Devon co-hosted during Season 2, "Veterans Chat Ep.020 - Traditions", so he knows his way around the podcast. Tha…
 
Devon Walker & Timothy Haley joined the podcast for an in-studio chat today about the fine art of "Noodling" or hand-fishing. Will and Tim served together in Hawaii and deployed together to Iraq. It was great getting to hear the stories that they made over 12 years ago. Tim hails from Oklahoma and Devon from Texas, so the BBQ Rib challenge was thro…
 
Ruben Valdez, from "Veterans Day 2019" episode, assumes Co-hosting duties on today's episode to highlight some of the great Soldiers he served, his military service, and the tough part of transitioning to the 1st Civ Div (Civilian Division). Ruben leaves a warning for all, don't neglect your health. Putting off a visit to the doctor, therapist or c…
 
Will O'Brien joins us today to talk about being an educator during this pandemic and what the focus is going forward. If you listened to Season 1, Veterans Chat Ep.008, "So you want to be a teacher?", then you already know Will's passion for teaching. He talks to us about the plan going forward for the Kansas City area that he teaches in and the ch…
 
Morning Coffee with Will Price at the "Sniper Bar & Grill" this morning. Great weather this morning for an outdoor chat about life. Will was injured in an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) in Iraq and still carries the painful reminder in his feet. So we talked about how he has developed his life around the care and maintenance of his feet and his …
 
Season 2 Introduction Welcome back, everyone! It's been a bit of time since we have gotten together to enjoy an episode with a wonderful Veteran Co-host. Ryan Wempe (Saga Ep. 027) left me a voicemail, challenging me to start Season 2 and here we are!! Not to worry, folks, the podcast is coming back for a Season 2! A great many things have changed, …
 
Travis West assumes co-hosting duties on today's Saga Episode. Travis is a partner in West & Dunn Law in Wisconson that has been helping Veterans through their Veterans Advocacy Program. Travis discusses the in's and out's of the services that his firm provides and goes deeper into the operation of the Veteran Health Administration (VHA) system. Th…
 
Dan Hurd, "One Pedal At A Time Movement" joined us for the third installment of "Riding with Dan". To catch up where we left off on Veterans Chat Ep.023 listen HERE. Dan has had to "shelter-in-place" in Mobile, AL for the next few weeks or longer, but he is still doing amazing work through his non-profit "OPAAT Movement" and has plans on doing some…
 
Adam Bouchard rode from Florida to Oklahoma and assumed co-hosting duties on the show today to connect with Veterans on many levels. Adam lives the seasonal engineering gig, so spending time driving and visiting friends and family is something he loves to do. As an engineer, Adam works on the nation's steam generating systems. He was working on the…
 
Matt Lunceford & Dave Palmer, hosts @ "It's Debatable" podcast, join this podcast today to share a passion for engaging with people that has formed between these two friends. Having served together as "Baker Boys" from 2-12 Infantry, Lethal Warriors, they bring a very balanced connection that is going to be fun to watch on their podcast. Matt & Dav…
 
Devin Medrano assumes co-hosting duties on the podcast today and we discuss life and just where he is taking it after his 8 years of service. Devin is in his junior year here at Oklahoma State University where he is double majoring in Wildlife Ecology and Zoology. Passing on college to service and see the world, Devin used the time away from his dr…
 
Tyree Woods, lead singer of Buffalo Commons, co-hosts today and what an amazing chat we had. Could have easily gone on longer, but he had a show to do in Leadville, CO to get to. Tyree has a new single that is coming out titled "Monday" and it describes a very intense day during his deployment to FOB Bostick, Afghanistan. A very revealing song and …
 
Co-Hosting today's Saga episode is Army Veteran, Mike Humphreys. Mike is no stranger to podcast visits and media, so the chat was real light. Living in Portland, OR, Mike spends a lot of time outdoors and when he isn't he is an English online tutor to Chinese students, so we got into the coronavirus of course, business is booming right now. When he…
 
Matt Davenport assumes co-hosting duties on todays episode with some amazing details about the job opportunities with the company that he works for, Power Secure. Matt dives deep into the opportunities that are available now and excellent points of contact. Lets break some of this down real quick, this is a jobs episode. Power Secure operates in 25…
 
Steve Perchak co-hosts once again (Saga Ep.006) and he hasn't stopped being a Veteran that motivates and inspires others. He recaps the last four months in terms of the jobs that he has had and the one that he landed just today. Not only does Steve talk deeply about his jobs, but he talks honestly about the steps that he takes to make each one a st…
 
Garrett Brown assumes co-hosting duties today and we take the Veterans Chat a bit further than the usual 30 minutes, but its all good, great episode. Garrett talks about his first day out of the Marine Corps, his first job, which he self-admits he failed at, and coming to Oklahoma State University. As the OSU Student Veterans Org. VP, Garrett is ha…
 
Tom Dunn assumes co-hosting duties today and we had a great chat about the use of the National Guard as a transition tool. For those that wondered the "why" behind the National Guard/Air National Guard posters on post, well it is a very easy way for an active duty member to "ease" their way into Veteran life. Tom paints a picture of a whole lotta l…
 
Ben Merrell, owner of Power Up Watersports, in Fort Walton Beach, FL, assumes co-hosting duties today and brings a very powerful perspective to being a Veteran business owner. Having joined a month after 9/11, Ben set off to be an Infantryman and was stationed in Hawaii. After a deployment, with the 2-35 Infantry Battalion "Cacti", Ben made the cho…
 
Matthew "Doc" Baumann assumes co-hosting duties today and brings his best dish to the chat, a breakfast dish. Matt is down in Austin, TX, a place known for its amazing events, weather and some say the best chow around. Without a doubt Austin brings its A-game when it comes to food, its a melting pot for a great many cultures and the food delivers t…
 
Ryan Wempe assumes co-hosting duties today for another great Saga Episode. Ryan grew up in a military family, one Great Grandfather in WWI, two Grandfathers in WWII/Korea, his Father w/ 30+ years, both of his older Sisters, his younger Brother and his Wife! That is stacking the service department. Holding all of this together was Ryan’s Mom, Diane,…
 
Post-Fight Chat with Seth Rodenbaugh on todays episode to talk about his victory and how the week challenged him. Seth has a unique way of maintaining control of his mind and body when he prepares for a bout, listen as Seth points this out and highlights the actions he takes to improve his preparation and sustain the achieved goals through the next…
 
Dan Hurd, www.ridewithdanusa.com, joined us for another episode and an update on his journey to bring suicide awareness to all those he meets. Listen to Dan's first episode, HOV Ep.060 and start following his journey here on the podcast and online. You can follow Dan's "One Pedal at a Time Movement" on Facebook, or OPAATmovement.com. Lets make no m…
 
Dr. Matt Green assumes co-hosting duties today and talks about the life and times that made him what he is today. Veterans tend to have "something" that drove them to the military, a sense of adventure, structure, college, fight, serve something bigger than yourself and the proud list goes on. For Matt, it wasn't that simple, it would take a culmin…
 
Seth Rodenbaugh joins the podcast for the second time, Saga Ep. 029, to talk about his upcoming bout at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds, Golden, CO on January 24th, 2020. Seth fights MMA and Boxing, this bout is boxing, so we talked about his preparation, especially as he is about to turn 40 years old this year. We talk about some of the fights le…
 
Christie Douglas assumes co-hosting duties for the second time on the podcast and she brings the goods again. Not only was Christie the first female Veteran to come on, she still is! We talked about why that is and hopefully the hesitance will wear off in the future. Christie joined the Army as a 88K - Water Craft Operator in 2000 and after 20 yrs …
 
Luke Davis assumes co-hosting duties for the second time and what a great conversation we had. For those that have not listened to Saga Ep.024 with Luke, I highly suggest going back and listening to it, before or after. A very detailed episode, its number three on the top-10 also. This episode Luke updates us on the changes that have occurred since…
 
Devon Walker joined the podcast as co-host today to talk about his Christmas and holiday traditions. With two daughters, Devon has his work cut out for him, but he bought them compound bows for Christmas and is working on getting them in the field. The skills and patience that comes with archery is something that they both will be able to fall back…
 
"Ranger" Tom Flaherty co-hosted for the first time on the podcast today. Tom entered the Army as an Infantryman (11B), dug his bones in 1st Ranger Battalion and after becoming a Warrant Officer, Tom pilots Chinooks. Tom and I crossed paths as Ranger Instructors and we stayed in touch over the years. Tom had a hunting trip planned and was hoping to …
 
Daniel Hurd has spent the last 20 months on two wheels and using his own will powering it at times. Dan is cycling across all of the lower 48 states to raise suicide awareness for not only the Veteran community, but All people who are suffering. I hope everyone enjoys this chat with Dan and finds something in it that can help you gain perspective o…
 
"Ranger" Rick Radzick, USMC Recon (91-95). Rick was my first Team Leader in the military, we linked up at 2d Recon Battalion in 1994. First Ranger Qualified individual I ever met, made a lasting impression on me. Rick lives up in Massachusetts, born and raised, he was defined by his service in the Marine Corps, his family and his faith. This episod…
 
Billy Price joins the show for another chat, this time we moved from one topic to the other for a while. Below you will find the timeline breakdown to help you navigate this hefty episode. Don't be scared of the time, take it in small pieces, at your own pace and enjoy. If you find yourself saying "damn it, I have something I want to talk about!", …
 
Veterans Day on a Veterans Podcast! I can't think of a better way to spend a Veterans Day than talking to a Veteran about the great Veterans that mentored, motivated and instilled that fighting spirit in other Veterans. The episode could have been all day long, but we settled on something manageable for the listeners. We reached out to Veterans and…
 
"Maple Syrup Tradition" w/ Billy Price co-hosting today. What a wonderful time to sit back and have a chat with one of my favorite brothers, Billy is up in Western NY and he has a family tradition of being outdoors. His grandfather was an Army Veteran, served in Korea and was declared "Missing in Action" during a fight where only 12-members returne…
 
A great friend of mine and new to the podcast, Billy Blakeslee joins the show today to talk about getting the best turkey prepared on Thanksgiving for you and your family. Billy cooks all the meats for his family, providing tasty nutrition for his family. He takes it serious, he will never "bake" a turkey or sit at a table with one on it! He smokes…
 
Seth Rodenbaugh busts out he “Monkey” and assumes co-hosting duties on the show today and what an amazing conversation it was. Seth has been fighting, testing his skills and fighting again for a long time, his is driven to it. From boxing before the military, Seth build on the “Warrior Spirit” and joined the Army the day after 9/11, serving in Hawa…
 
Mothers, without them we wouldn't be here. Sounds pretty simple, but when you're a military Mother the feel is different. This episode is not the flashy kind, it is very simple and covers some history. I have added a bit of my own feelings about Mothers to this episode. My hope for this episode is that Veterans and folks out there can see their own…
 
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