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Danny Lane

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From Grifter to Grace with Danny Lane

Red Letter Business

Prior to knowing and walking with Jesus, Danny was a renowned pool shark. He would travel across the country playing pool with anyone willing to make a bet with him. Danny heard the Gospel for the first time in 1976 in Missouri when a man showed up at his hotel room, gave him a copy of the Gospel of John, and planted the seed that would eventually grow into Danny accepting the gift of salvation and forgiveness from Jesus Christ on May 3, 1978 while dealing cards and playing pool in Las Vegas. Danny retired in 2016 from the largest professional services firm in the world, Deloitte & Touche’. He spent about 15 years in the financial services industry then with Arthur Anderson followed by Coopers & Lybrand.  During his 20-year stint with Deloitte, Danny worked with the Federal practice and spent about 75% of that time on engagements that required travel to one degree or another.  His areas of expertise were overall Project Management and Banking and/or government insured Loan Portfolio compliance. Danny has been married to his wonderful wife Barbara for the past forty-two years and they live in Oklahoma City. They have two grown adopted sons that are both married. Danny and Barbara have been blessed with three grandchildren that provide a considerable amount of entertainment and joy.

42mins

12 May 2021

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AGM#058 Danny Lane & Max Gill

Any Given Monday

This week local legends Danny Lane, and Max Gill join us to talk covid risks, NRL, local footy, and coaching. Wrightman and Daneo drop knowledge on the NRL going into finals and Maxy tries to get on the Mitch Bucket skull board. Cheers to Bricklane Brewing, Overexertion, Maaates, and Maroon Mentality.

1hr 21mins

13 Sep 2020

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Giving It All: Surviving Vietnam with Danny Lane

Take The Lead

War brings nothing but death, pain, and memories that linger while you’re still alive. Danny Lane, a former Marine Corporal who was twice wounded in Vietnam and the co-author of Some Gave it All: Through the Fire of the Vietnam War, shares his inspiring true story fighting in the Vietnam War. Danny tackles why the suicide rate is higher after coming back from a war and shares how martial arts had helped him from the post-traumatic stress. Learn some wisdom about brotherhood, dealing with survival, and having the will to live in this interview with Danny.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here’s How » Join the Take The Lead community today: Dr. DianeHamilton.com Dr. Diane Hamilton Facebook Dr. Diane Hamilton Twitter Dr. Diane Hamilton LinkedIn Dr. Diane Hamilton YouTube Dr. Diane Hamilton Instagram

55mins

24 May 2019

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Some Gave It All with Danny Lane

Veteran On the Move

Danny Lane is a highly decorated US Marine. He was awarded two Purple Hearts, the Marine Combat Action Medal and numerous other commendations and valor for his service in Vietnam. Danny is a retired police officer and homicide detective. He is martial arts master in the Chuck Norris System, former bodyguard to stars and corporate VIPS and private investigator. Danny works high profile criminal and civil cases nationwide.Danny Lane- DraftedDanny was 19 year old and when the draft was instituted and he got a draft notice in 1968 that he was being drafted by the Army.  In the meantime, Danny joined the Marine Corps. His stepfather was a Marine and out of respect for him and his premature death, Danny paid tribute by joining the Marines and go to war.“I went to Paris Island and South Carolina for basic and went to Camp LeJeune and Camp Geiger and on to North Carolina for the ITR training, which is  the infantry training. Came home for 20 days then went to Camp Pendleton in California for advanced infantry training and the prisoner of war training in the mountains of California.  Arrived in Okinawa for two days and then by November 20, 1968 I was in Vietnam.” - Danny LaneTransitioningWhen Danny was in Vietnam, he started thinking about what he would do when he returned home.  Again, out of honor for his father, he decided that he would like to go into the police force and emailed a few of his step dad’s friends who agreed to help him in any way they could if he made it home.   Danny retired law enforcement after 15 years and started his next venture in martial arts with Chuck Norris.“I  had already been in martial arts since I was in the Marine Corps, but I also had a chain of martial arts schools.  I started those in 1971. So I had about a 14 year history of having a second job already, as being a martial arts teacher and things of that sort.  So I had a fall back plan when I retired. I went right into martial arts and went into pushing myself more nationally and doing martial arts full time.” - Danny LaneCareer PhasesDanny then went on to the next phase of his career and became a private investigator and eventually and bodyguard.  The preparation in being a bodyguard who had a hit on him from the mafia made him vulnerable as well. Danny drove around in bullet and bomb proof limousines and tried to get his clients in and out within 3 seconds.“We know that these veterans are coming out and I mean they have, depends on what their, job description was in the military.  But you know, people are looking to hire people that have discipline, have a good work ethic, are hard workers, and dedicated, things like that.” - Danny Lane Some Gave It AllDanny wrote the book Some Gave It All and it has been out since May of 2018.  It was released by Ingram in observance of Military Month.“I struggle everyday still with post traumatic stress with the atrocities and things I did, I saw, witnessed.  I'm still part of, I'm still under medical treatment for that. This is 50 years. And for some people it never really goes away.” - Danny Lane To hear more about Danny’s entrepreneur success, download this episode now.Don’t forget to leave us a 5-star rating and review if you enjoyed the show. We would love to hear from you!Some Gave It All by Danny LaneDownload Joe Crane’s Top 7 Paths to Freedom or get it on your mobile device. Text VETERAN to 38470.  Show Sponsor“I have slept on the dirt, the green yoga mat and military cot many a night during my days in the military and now I sleep in lots of hotel rooms when I’m on the road.  So I know a good mattress when I see one. A few weeks ago we got our new GhostBed and let me tell you…..it’s the best mattress I’ve ever slept on. We don’t ever see ourselves going back to a traditional mattress.” -  Joe CraneWhat separates GhostBed Mattresses from the others?  They are found on the principle of delivering a bigger,

32mins

13 May 2019

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Some Gave It All with Danny Lane

Veteran On the Move

Danny Lane is a highly decorated US Marine. He was awarded two Purple Hearts, the Marine Combat Action Medal and numerous other commendations and valor for his service in Vietnam. Danny is a retired police officer and homicide detective. He is martial arts master in the Chuck Norris System, former bodyguard to stars and corporate VIPS and private investigator. Danny works high profile criminal and civil cases nationwide.Danny Lane- DraftedDanny was 19 year old and when the draft was instituted and he got a draft notice in 1968 that he was being drafted by the Army.  In the meantime, Danny joined the Marine Corps. His stepfather was a Marine and out of respect for him and his premature death, Danny paid tribute by joining the Marines and go to war.“I went to Paris Island and South Carolina for basic and went to Camp LeJeune and Camp Geiger and on to North Carolina for the ITR training, which is  the infantry training. Came home for 20 days then went to Camp Pendleton in California for advanced infantry training and the prisoner of war training in the mountains of California.  Arrived in Okinawa for two days and then by November 20, 1968 I was in Vietnam.” - Danny LaneTransitioningWhen Danny was in Vietnam, he started thinking about what he would do when he returned home.  Again, out of honor for his father, he decided that he would like to go into the police force and emailed a few of his step dad’s friends who agreed to help him in any way they could if he made it home.   Danny retired law enforcement after 15 years and started his next venture in martial arts with Chuck Norris.“I  had already been in martial arts since I was in the Marine Corps, but I also had a chain of martial arts schools.  I started those in 1971. So I had about a 14 year history of having a second job already, as being a martial arts teacher and things of that sort.  So I had a fall back plan when I retired. I went right into martial arts and went into pushing myself more nationally and doing martial arts full time.” - Danny LaneCareer PhasesDanny then went on to the next phase of his career and became a private investigator and eventually and bodyguard.  The preparation in being a bodyguard who had a hit on him from the mafia made him vulnerable as well. Danny drove around in bullet and bomb proof limousines and tried to get his clients in and out within 3 seconds.“We know that these veterans are coming out and I mean they have, depends on what their, job description was in the military.  But you know, people are looking to hire people that have discipline, have a good work ethic, are hard workers, and dedicated, things like that.” - Danny Lane Some Gave It AllDanny wrote the book Some Gave It All and it has been out since May of 2018.  It was released by Ingram in observance of Military Month.“I struggle everyday still with post traumatic stress with the atrocities and things I did, I saw, witnessed.  I'm still part of, I'm still under medical treatment for that. This is 50 years. And for some people it never really goes away.” - Danny Lane To hear more about Danny’s entrepreneur success, download this episode now.Don’t forget to leave us a 5-star rating and review if you enjoyed the show. We would love to hear from you!Some Gave It All by Danny LaneDownload Joe Crane’s Top 7 Paths to Freedom or get it on your mobile device. Text VETERAN to 38470.  Show Sponsor“I have slept on the dirt, the green yoga mat and military cot many a night during my days in the military and now I sleep in lots of hotel rooms when I’m on the road.  So I know a good mattress when I see one. A few weeks ago we got our new GhostBed and let me tell you…..it’s the best mattress I’ve ever slept on. We don’t ever see ourselves going back to a traditional mattress.” -  Joe CraneWhat separates GhostBed Mattresses from the others?  They are found on the principle of delivering a bigger,

32mins

13 May 2019

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120. Some Gave It All a vietnam marine and grandmaster Danny Lane

Unbreakable with Thom Shea

Based on an incredible true story, a highly decorated Marine fights the hardest battle of his life, thirty-eight years after he returns from the Vietnam War. As doctors rush to save his life, his unbelievable journey in the abyss of Vietnam unfolds, giving you a front row seat to the intense action, courage, sacrifice, and survival he and other Marines endured. You will experience the ferocity and scars of battle; the deep bonds of brotherhood; and the stinging, delirious cold sweat of fear that hangs persistently over the jungle canopy. Be with him in a foxhole while a “Broken Arrow” goes into effect as the enemy sappers overtake their position and they have to fight the enemy hand to hand. Order the book here

49mins

6 May 2019

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DANNY LANE - SOME GAVE IT ALL

House of Mystery Radio on NBC

Based on an incredible true story, a young Marine fights an unbelievable battle in the abyss of Vietnam. Get a front row seat to the intense action, courage and sacrifice he and other Marines endured.Experience the ferocity of battle; the deep bonds of brotherhood; and the stinging sweat of fear that hangs persistently over the jungle canopy. Imagine lying in a foxhole when a “Broken Arrow” goes into effect as the enemy sappers overtake their position, forcing these young soldiers to fight the enemy hand to hand.This is the gripping story of Marine Corporal Danny Lane and other young Marines that stood the faith with God, and he Marine Corps during the most agonizing times that no one would want to endure.Instead of a hero’s welcome, he and other survivors came home to a country that didn’t honor their sacrifices.“War is Hell” but for some, surviving is worse!Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/houseofmysteryradio. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

51mins

24 Jul 2018

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Danny Lane - Some Gave it All

House of Mystery Radio on NBC

Based on an incredible true story, a young Marine fights an unbelievable battle in the abyss of Vietnam. Get a front row seat to the intense action, courage and sacrifice he and other Marines endured.Experience the ferocity of battle; the deep bonds of brotherhood; and the stinging sweat of fear that hangs persistently over the jungle canopy. Imagine lying in a foxhole when a “Broken Arrow” goes into effect as the enemy sappers overtake their position, forcing these young soldiers to fight the enemy hand to hand.This is the gripping story of Marine Corporal Danny Lane and other young Marines that stood the faith with God, and he Marine Corps during the most agonizing times that no one would want to endure.Instead of a hero’s welcome, he and other survivors came home to a country that didn’t honor their sacrifices.“War is Hell” but for some, surviving is worse!https://www.amazon.com/Some-Gave-All-Through-Vietnam/dp/1613398263Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/houseofmysteryradio. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

59mins

23 Apr 2018