Ep 382- Pandemic: 9/11 Heroism, Sacrifice, and Lessons Learned Pt.2 (w/ Scott Neil, Sam Faddis, Bo Dietl, Maureen Bannon, and Evi Angelakis)
Bannon's War Room
Raheem Kassam and Jack Maxey are joined by Steve Bannon for a special edition of War Room: Pandemic to commemorate the 19th anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks in New York City, DC, and Pennsylvania. Calling in is Scott Neil, Sam Faddis, Bo Dietl, Maureen Bannon, and Evi Angelakis to share their experiences during this American tragedy.
Ep 381- Pandemic: 9/11 Heroism, Sacrifice, and Lessons Learned Pt.1 (w/ Bernard Kerik, Buck Sexton, Rudy, Giuliani and Scott Neil)
Bannon's War Room
Raheem Kassam and Jack Maxey are joined by Steve Bannon for a special edition of War Room: Pandemic to commemorate the 19th anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks in New York City, DC, and Pennsylvania. Calling in is Bernard Kerik, Buck Sexton, Rudy Giuliani, and Scott Neil to discuss their experiences during this American tragedy.
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Scott Neil was one of the Green Berets sent into Afghanistan to take down the Taliban after the September 11, 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. "On 19 October in 2001, two Special Forces teams went in on the North and that’s kind of what we know today from the movie and the statue at ground zero as the horse soldiers," said Neil. "They raised an unconventional militia army of horsemen and they started attacking the Taliban so much so that within 90 days, less than 90 green berets overtook Afghanistan," he added. Neil’s story was recreated for the Hollywood “12 Strong” (released in January, 2018). Now, the former Army Master Sergeant calls Tampa home. He started a new venture — creating his own bourbon. "We decided to make a little whiskey... make whiskey, not war is our tagline," said Neil. He says it’s important for he and fellow veterans have a chance to transition into another career after the military. For him, creating the American Freedom Distillery was perfect. American heroes, producing an American product, with an American story flowing through it. "For us, it was a way we could do both art and science and it was a way that we can make a product that truly reflects [who] we are," said Neil.
Scott Neil Interview. In today’s show I talk with Edinburgh Capitals team owner and former Murrayfield Racers and Sheffield Steelers forward, Scott Neil. Edinburgh born, Scott’s earliest memories of ice hockey was as a twelve year old playing “stick and puck” after a Murrayfield Racers game. Two years later he had put all of his... The post Scott Neil Podcast Interview – Episode S1E23 appeared first on Old Time Hockey UK.