Sebastian Junger - Freedom - Sebastian Junger has spent decades describing some of the most challenging environments. Fishing in a storm off the Flemish Cap in Perfect Storm. Combat operations at remote outposts in Afghanistan...and a series of shorter books that examine the human condition. Previously, Sebastian released Tribe describing the struggle military members endure as they regear for regular life. Get Sebastian Junger's Freedom - The latest book is called . It chronicles a long ruck march Sebastian and his friend did covering a distance from DC to Pittsburgh. Their path took them along ancient passageways as well as current train routes. Pete A Turner and Scott Huesing host this fun chat. For the of this episode head to Please support the Break It Down Show by doing a monthly subscription to the show All of the money you invest goes directly to supporting the show! Haiku He walks the train tracks The undercover Hobo He’s What Freedom is Similar episodes: Sebastian Junger Johnny Walker Thomas Pecora Join us in supporting Save the Brave as we battle PTSD. Executive Producer/Host: Pete A Turner Producer: Damjan Gjorgjiev Writer: Dragan Petrovski The Break It Down Show is your favorite best, new podcast, featuring 5 episodes a week with great interviews highlighting world-class guests from a wide array of shows.
Journalist and author Sebastian Junger talks about his book, Freedom, with EconTalk host Russ Roberts. The book and conversation are based on a 400-mile walk Junger took with buddies along railroad rights-of-way, evading police, railroad security, and other wanderers. Junger discusses the ever-present tension between the human desire to be free and the desire to be interconnected and part of something. Along the way, Junger talks about the joy of walking, the limits of human endurance, war, and why the more powerful, better-equipped military isn't always the winner.
Sebastian Junger: War Correspondent and Bestselling Author
Danger Close with Jack Carr
Sebastian Junger is a journalist, war correspondent, Oscar-nominated filmmaker, #1 New York Times bestselling author, and the founder of the nonprofit organization RISC, which is dedicated to training freelance journalists in battlefield medicine and security protocols.Sebastian has covered conflicts around the globe and is the recipient of both the National Magazine Award and the Peabody Award. His debut film, Restrepo, documents the wartime experience of a platoon in Afghanistan’s Korengal Valley and was nominated for an Academy Award. He is the author of The Perfect Storm, Fire, A Death in Belmont, War, and Tribe. His latest book, Freedom, chronicles his year-long journey walking railroad lines down the east coast of the United States while exploring the tensions between personal freedom and community.His work has been featured in Harper's Magazine, New York Times Magazine, National Geographic Adventure, Outside, Men's Journal and Vanity Fair, where he served as a contributing editor. You can follow him on Twitter @sebastianjunger and on Instagram @sebastianjungerofficial. Find out more at http://www.sebastianjunger.com On the latest Danger Close, Jack and Sebastian discuss conflict journalism, Afghanistan, the concept of freedom, and a recent near-death experience that has reshaped how Sebastian lives and reflects on life. Presented by SIG Sauer.Featured Gear: Work by Sebastian Junger:FreedomFireTribe The Perfect StormWarA Death in BelmontRestrepo Winkler Tomahawks:RnD Full-Size AxeRnD Compact AxeRnD Sub-Compact AxeToday's show is also brought to you by Organifi. Go to https://organifi.com/dangerclose for 20% off.
Masks Off. Now What? Plus, Sebastian Junger on His New Book.
The Press Box
Bryan Curtis and David Shoemaker discuss the new CDC guidelines that state fully vaccinated people can stop wearing masks in most situations. They touch on the impact the new guidelines have had, and weigh in on this new phase of the pandemic (4:42). Later, Sebastian Junger joins to talk about his new book, ‘Freedom,’ and his journey to uncover what the word “freedom” really means (29:13). Plus, the Overworked Twitter Joke of the Week and David Shoemaker Guesses the Strained-Pun Headline. Hosts: Bryan Curtis and David ShoemakerGuest: Sebastian JungerAssociate Producer: Erika Cervantes Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
#513: Sebastian Junger — Seeking Freedom, Near-Death Experiences, and Reordering Your Place in the World
The Tim Ferriss Show
From Manhattan to the Hudson Valley with war correspondent and documentarian Sebastian Junger. Creator and host: Andrew Fedorov Music and recording assistance: Pranav Nayak, Nick Brownell, Sagar Kumar, Reza Sayeed, and Knute Armstrong. Cover art: Gerard d’Albon and Matt Gu https://ia801409.us.archive.org/11/items/1.-setting-out-sebastian-junger/1.%20Setting%20Out%20%28Sebastian%20Junger%29.mp3
Is the veteran "TRIBE" inclusive of all genders & races? Join as we read TRIBE by Sebastian Junger
99pages Book Club
We kick off our Veterans Day programming with our first conversation on TRIBE by Sebastian Junger. Service in our nation's armed forces over the past two decades has been dangerous and formative. For women and minorities, the pride of service can sometimes be tarnished by acts of misogyny or racism--how does this affect one's affiliation to the Tribe? What are the ways in which veterans grapple with the challenges of their service? Join us as we start discussing TRIBE by Sebastian Junger
Episode 14: Inside the Immigration Crisis with “Blood on the Wall” Directors Sebastian Junger and Nick Quested
THE MAKING OF: A NAT GEO PODCAST
Recent history is shown in fascinating detail in “Blood On The Wall” from National Geographic Documentary Films. Academy Award® nominee and bestselling author, journalist and filmmaker Sebastian Junger and Emmy®-winning filmmaker Nick Quested discuss the heartbreaking realities of corruption in Mexico with host Stacey Wilson Hunt. Quested and Junger reveal how their film crews were able to take viewers inside the lives of Central American migrants traveling together in a caravan and narco-traffickers moving drugs across the U.S. border. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.