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Randy Pugh

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12 - Col. Randy Pugh - ATHENA and Your Thesis

The Trident Room Podcast

Episode 12 - Col. Randy Pugh - ATHENA and Your ThesisTrident Room host Mike Wish sits down and has a drink with Senior Marine and NPS Alumni Col. Randy Pugh. This episode was recorded on March 08, 2021.Randy Pugh was born in Annapolis, Maryland. He enlisted in the Marine Corps Reserve in 1988 and served briefly as a combat engineer until his appointment to the United States Naval Academy. He graduated USNA in May 1994. He has spent the majority of his career as a Signals Intelligence / Electronic Warfare Officer, serving in numerous billets at 1st Radio Battalion, as the SIGINT/EW Project Lead at Marine Corps Systems Command, as the Operations and Executive Officer at 3d Radio Battalion, and as the Commanding Officer of 2d Radio Battalion. He has deployed with the 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit (Special Operations Capable), I MEF, II MEF, Special Operations Command Pacific and Special Operations Command Europe to locations including Iraq, Afghanistan, and the southern Philippines. He recently served in Training Command as the Commander of Marine Corps Intelligence Schools and is currently the Senior Marine Representative and Associate Dean of Research at the Naval Postgraduate School. Colonel Pugh is a graduate of the Naval Postgraduate School, Marine Corps Command and Staff College, and the Naval War College. He is married to the former Ann Marie Deinlein of Edgewater, Maryland and they have three adult children; Nicholas, Savannah, and Morgan. Faculty Webpage: nps.edu/web/usmc/col-randy-pugh LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/randypugh1994/ Information about ATHENA: nps.edu/web/nwsi/athena-informationThe Trident Room Podcast is brought to you by the Naval Postgraduate School Alumni Association and the Naval Postgraduate School Foundation. npsfoundation.orgFor comments, suggestions, and critiques, please email us at TridentRoomPodcastHost@nps.edu, and find us online at nps.edu/tridentroompodcast. Thank you!The views expressed in this interview are those of the individuals and do not reflect the official policy or position of the U.S. Government, the Department of Defense, the US Navy, or the Naval Postgraduate School.

31 Mar 2021

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Panther POV Ep. 17 - Randy Pugh

Panther Point of View

After a long wait, the #PantherTrain finally gets back on the mat this weekend. Gary catches up with veteran assistant Randy Pugh and talks about the new faces in the lineup and the high expectations for Panthers despite losing one of the best senior classes in school history. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

32mins

7 Jan 2021

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UNI Assistant Coach Randy Pugh

Potentially Dangerous

Iowa’s premier site for youth, high school, college, and international wrestling. Potentially Dangerous Podcast this week is hosted by Ross Bartachek. Today Ross is joined by UNI assistant Randy Pugh to discuss his time in Cedar Falls. Pugh has spent over 20 years at UNI as an athlete and coach. As one of UNI's upper weight coaches, Pugh has been vital in their success in producing recent All-Americans, including the 2019 NCAA champion Drew Foster. 

32mins

23 Sep 2019

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Ep. 16 // Burnt Behind the Eight Ball: Randy Pugh

Terminal Exchange

He always does both – ruling the pool table and perfectinghis planning. Tomorrow’s episode of Terminal Exchange features thefast-talking, slow-driving Randy Pugh. Tune in for a guaranteed laugh.IntroThe fast-talking, slow-driving Randy Pugh is sure to delightyou with tales from 40 years of driving experience and nine years at Nussbaum.Throw it in reverse and hear how Randy’s grandfather and father cued him up tobecome who he is today. Fast Talking, Slow DrivingYou’re about to listen in on one of Terminal Exchange’sshortest episodes. And that’s because Randy can talk fast enough to fit twohours of conversation into under 40 minutes. He’ll leave you with a few laughsand a smile, guaranteed. “That’s my goal. Everyday. I want to make everybody that I deal with laugh. Sometimes I’m explaining to my wife why it was funny, you know… but I’m laughing about it.”Throw it in ReverseRandy backs up into how his grandfather and father preparedhim for a life of trucking – including a story of loops, and loops, and LOOPSof backing around a plant. And after a half day of backing one way, he’d spendthe other half backing it blindside. Always a Top DriverHe’s one of Nussbaum’s elite: a Training Engineer, Road Captain, and Certified RED driver rolled into one. Making sure he knows the equipment, the company, and his coworkers inside and out, Randy shares not only a chuckle or two but sage wisdom.“My grandfather, he always said, ‘You don’t have a problem unless you don’t have a solution.’ So if something comes up, it’s not a problem, it’s something I need a solution for. And I’m going to figure it out.”The Pool Shark ofPlanningTake a step into Randy’s life outside of the truck as hedives into his perfect planning and how standing behind a pool stick got himthere. Steady hand, steady mind, steady driving – this guy always hits theright pocket and always hits the right timing. Quotes“At 7, I remember hauling produce over themountains in Colorado – back in the days where you poured water over the brakes1/3 of the way down the hill into Pagosa Springs… you’d stop, they’d havebarrels of water – cool your brakes off – then you ride on down a littlefurther – then you’d cool them off again.”Randy: My dad made me back around the plant.Phillip: So all the way around?Randy: ‘Til lunch!Phillip: Just doing loops?Randy: Yeah, yeah! Around and around, I had toavoid the traffic that was coming through the pits and things like that.“I’m a half hour early no matter what. Just sothat if something happens – late is not in my book.”“At that point it just let me know that I wasmaking a mark. And keeping it that way is part of what I do. I just try to makeeveryone as happy as I am.”“Don’t be looking for how it’s not going to work– see how you can make it work!”“My grandfather, he always said, ‘You don’t havea problem unless you don’t have a solution.’ So if something comes up, it’s nota problem, it’s something I need a solution for. And I’m going to figure itout.”“There were five pool tables in it. So when mydad was in there drinking. I had quarters. That’s to keep me from botheringhim. And I could play at a young age.”“I was that 70-mile-an-hour guy. Now, I’m that60-mile-an-hour guy. Much more peaceful!”“You know how hard it is to ride up on those 62MPH trucks looking for the break in traffic so I can get out and have a 1 MPHrace with him… yeah!”“That’s my goal. Everyday. I want to makeeverybody that I deal with laugh. Sometimes I’m explaining to my wife why itwas funny, you know… but I’m laughing about it.”“Everybody brings us happiness – some by comin’,some by goin’.”PicturesLinksCertified REDEight-ball vs. Nine-ball Nussbaum MOVEit Family Fun Run/Walk St. Jude Fund Raiser

42mins

9 Apr 2019

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OTM491: Northern Iowa's Brett Robbins, Randy Pugh and Lee Roper

On The Mat

Brett Robbins, Randy Pugh and Lee Roper go ‘On the Mat’ this week In the monthly Panther Wrestling Club edition of ON THE MAT, host Jeff Bradley talks with the men behind Coach Doug Schwab -- Brett Robins, Randy Pugh and Lee Roper. “On the Mat" is a presentation of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame Dan Gable Museum. The show can be heard live on the Internet at 1650thefan.com or locally in Northeast Iowa each Wednesday at 5 p.m. Central on AM 1650, The Fan. JOIN THE TEAM And if you're a fan of the extensive and broad-based reach of the shows on the Mat Talk Podcast Network, become a TEAM MEMBER today. There are various levels of perks for the different levels of team membership. If you like wrestling content -- scratch that -- if you LOVE great wrestling content, consider becoming a team member. You'll get some cool stuff too. Subscribe to On The Mat and listen anytime iTunes | Stitcher Radio | Spreaker | iHeartRadio | Google Play Music | RSS GET DAILY WRESTLING NEWS! You like wrestling news, right? Of course you do. Did you know you can sign up for FREE to subscribe to the Mat Talk Online DAILY WRESTLING NEWS e-mail newsletter that's published EVERY morning with the previous day's top news stories from outlets all around the globe. It's free and it's a great way to start your wrestling day. Almanac Time! Get the Cadet & Junior Nationals All-American Almanac, a 219-page digital download. It's available now and if you use the promo code "JB" you'll save $5 off the cover price. It's got every All-American EVER in Fargo (and the locations that were before Fargo) and every breakdown by year and state. Oh, you know this guy who says he placed at Juniors? Fact check him or her quickly by buying one now! Looking to start a podcast of your own? Get a free month with Libsyn by using the promo code MTO when you sign up. You'll get the remainder of the month from when you sign up as well as the next month free. It'll be enough time to kick the tires and lights some fires.

51mins

14 Sep 2017

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UNI Wrestling Panther Pep Talk: Jared Bartel Senior Farewell Feat. Randy Pugh and Doug Schwab

Panther Point of View

Each UNI wrestling coach gets to pick someone for the Coaches Appreciation Award. Randy Pugh chose graduating senior Jared Bartel. Head coach Doug Schwab includes his own message to the Panther, and Bartel gives his farewell message to fans. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

6mins

17 May 2017