VFW COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF ROESCH AND MAJOR GENERAL WILLIAM HENDERSON
VFW COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF ROESCH HONORS DR. DORIS “LUCKI” ALLENCommander-in-Chief Hal Roesch II of the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) joins Dale to talk about the VFW.In the February issue he highlights the many African-American veterans who have served the United States. In his “Command Post – From the Chief” introduction on page 2, Chief Roesch recounts the intelligence specialist Allen who serves 3 tours in Vietnam and becomes a named target of the enemy. Dr. Allen became a member of one of the most exclusive organizations in the world: The Military Intelligence Corp Hall of Fame.Major General (ret) William A. Henderson was born in Ann Arbor, Michigan. As a Marine pilot he flew 125 combat missions over South Vietnam, Laos and North Vietnam.From 1970-1974, he served as an F-4 check pilot and instructor.He left active duty and then joined the Michigan Air National Guard, flying F-100s and A-7s. He was named commander of the Michigan Air National Guard in 1992 and was promoted to major general in 1996.And PFC Horace Frazier, from Ypsilanti, Michigan, Horace was an artillery cannoneer with the 1/39th Artillery Battery at Firebase Tomahawk in Vietnam in 1969.
This week on Real Talk, we get real with William Henderson, Will is a 13-year Army interrogator who discovered a passion for fitness. While deployed he worked to help others with their fitness and the passion to help stayed with him. From combating a back injury to battling PTSD through fitness he has experienced the ups and downs of the fitness journey, and now uses his podcast, The Relentless Fitness Podcast, to help others navigate their fitness journey. In this week’s episode, we talk about how Will got started in fitness, how you can start your fitness journey, breaking the mental barriers to fitness, and the importance of nutrition!This conversation is great for anyone working on their fitness or who has a desire to work on their fitness. We dive deep into all the major topics and talk about the highs and lows of fitness. Connect with Will on the following platforms: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/relentlesswill86/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/william.henderson.908Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/williamahenderson/Connect with The Relentless Fitness Podcast wherever you listen to the podcast and here: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/relentlessfitnesspod/Website: https://podtail.com/podcast/relentless-fitness-podcast/ If you like what you heard be sure to subscribe, comment, and share with others. Connect with Real Talk on the following Platforms: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/realtalkwithroman/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/realtalkwithroman/Twitter: https://twitter.com/realtalkwithromYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCu7Qir_0qdwHHQieIp47dTg As always, Thanks for watching, and keep it real.
059 Surviving “Micromobility Winter on Steroids” with William Henderson
The Movement Podcast
An already challenging time for micromobility has become even harder with COVID-19 limiting people’s movements in many cities and countries. But William Henderson, CEO of Ride Report, believes there are still blue skies ahead for cities, micromobility operators, and riders.
48: The Data-play of Micromobility - William Henderson, CEO of Ride Report
Today on the podcast, Oliver interviews William Henderson, CEO of Ride Report about micromobility data and mobility-as-a-service systems. Ride Report is the reporting dashboard for over 50 cities globally for their dockless shared micromobility operations, and William's team work very closely with regulators and operators globally to build trust among all the different parties. William also has a great historical context for urban transportation and what has/hasn't worked in the past. It's a great conversation!Specifically we dig into:- William's background at Square and how that skillset led him to start Ride Report.- The role of data in building trust among operators and regulators, and why that needs to sit with a third party- A run through of the Mobility Data Specification - an introduction for those unfamiliar, why it works and is problematic and why Uber is suing LADOT.- The necessity of good quality data in building open mobility systems, and which cities are doing it well.- The history of how bike share and public transport emerged and developed and the parallels to micromobility systems today.- Which cities are adopting best practice for regulating shared scooters/bikes around the world, which ones are not doing it well and why.- Why scooter/micromobility parking on street corners is a smart idea that serves multiple purposes.- The parallels between payments systems vs. the interoperable mobility-as-a-service ecosystem.Things referenced in the discussion:- LA Department of Transport- Mobility Data Specification- Open Mobility FoundationThanks also to this week’s sponsor Twilio IoT.Shared micromobiltiy is a deceptively hard business. Keep losing your connections to those vehicles and soon you’ll be out of business. That’s where Twilio IoT comes in - providing SIMs and a cellular connectivity platform to seamlessly connect in 180+ countries. Twilio helps companies like Lime, Skip, Spin and Beam to cost effectively scale faster, deploy further, and optimize their supply chain. Twilio is also the leader for SMS and phone verification APIs to reduce fraud and improve user experience.Are you looking for the right global cellular connectivity partner to scale with? Twilio is offering free SIMs and test credit to Micromobility Podcast listeners for a limited time.Visit here to find out more.