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ON TIME, ON TARGET: Special operations military news and straight talk with the guys in the community. Hosted by former military operators. As seen ranked #1 in Apple Podcasts government category.

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ON TIME, ON TARGET: Special operations military news and straight talk with the guys in the community. Hosted by former military operators. As seen ranked #1 in Apple Podcasts government category.

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Meh!!!

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The podcast idea is fantastic. Once you get past the voices it’s better. If you want something better go over to Jocko Podcast. No nasally voices, better interviews, better reviews. I’d give the podcast a 4 out of 5 stars until I heard Jocko and then I’d give them a 1 ☆. All based on comparisons. When comparing the two these guys are not very good.

Where is Ian?

By BuskyLA - Nov 27 2019
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Shhheeeasshhh man. Where is Ian? Get him back on. He’s the best. Tell it like it is man.

iTunes Ratings

1363 Ratings
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1086
66
43
38
130

Meh!!!

By jakeandtrace - Dec 02 2019
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The podcast idea is fantastic. Once you get past the voices it’s better. If you want something better go over to Jocko Podcast. No nasally voices, better interviews, better reviews. I’d give the podcast a 4 out of 5 stars until I heard Jocko and then I’d give them a 1 ☆. All based on comparisons. When comparing the two these guys are not very good.

Where is Ian?

By BuskyLA - Nov 27 2019
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Shhheeeasshhh man. Where is Ian? Get him back on. He’s the best. Tell it like it is man.

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ON TIME, ON TARGET: Special operations military news and straight talk with the guys in the community. Hosted by former military operators. As seen ranked #1 in Apple Podcasts government category.

Ep. 322 - SGM Mike Vining, Delta Force legend

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SGM Mike Vining is a man who has been there, done that, and lived to tell about it.  From attending OTC Class #1 (the first ever Operators Training Course for Army Delta Force) to being a part of the failed Iran hostage rescue mission Operation Eagle Claw, Desert One which resulted in the death of eight Air Force and Marine Corps crewmen, Vining has some very rich history that operators of today have benefited from tremendously.  We also get into Vining's job as a bomb disposal technician during Vietnam, and the story of him watching the demise of his teammate Sgt. Maj. Kenneth Foster in his heroic attempt to defuse a bomb during a rally featuring then Vice Presidential candidate Bob Dole at a rally taking place at an Illinois high school.  These stories may be heartbreaking, but it's great to see that Vining is in great condition himself and in good spirits.  He currently does work for the National EOD Association as well as the EOD Warrior Foundation, and enjoys traveling across the country with his wife.

On this episode we also check your emails sent to sofrep.radio@sofrep.com, and answer an interesting question from an Australian listener about secrecy (or lack thereof) in the SOF community.  We also Throat Punch an idiot by the name of Gregory Salcido, as he used the platform he holds as a high school teacher as his soapbox to disgrace the U.S. military.  You'll also hear Jack's recap of SHOT Show, as well as the Women's March, and you won't want to miss that.

Jan 31 2018

1hr 48mins

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Episode 485: SEAL sniper exclusives, funny sea stories, "snake eyes", and the Trump effect

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Navy SEAL and New York Times best-selling author Brandon Webb is back to discuss our upcoming Inside the Team Room video show with SEAL snipers, he shares a funny sea story, and goes deep on American politics, the Trump effect, and failed foreign policy.

This episode is brought to you by Mack Weldon. Their mission is simple: to make sure all your basics (and beyond) are smartly designed and that shopping is easy and convenient.

Mack Weldon was founded because they wanted more out of the basics and always questioned how something so essential could be such a pain in the ass to buy?

The frustration was real and their “eureka moment” happened in a department store aisle full of brands that dominated their top drawer. Surrounded by a mind-numbing assortment of underwear and socks, they realized consistent fit and quality became a game of roulette… so they decided to take matters into their own hands.

They started from scratch and engineered their own fabric. They made sure the design process was meticulous, so you can count on the fit being the same each time. They built a world class customer experience. The difference is in the details, so they obsessed over every stitch and seam until they’d reached their definition of perfect.

For 20% off your first order, visit mackweldon.com AND ENTER PROMO CODE: SOFREP
For those who haven’t heard, SOFREP.com is back!

All of our websites – including an additional article catalog of more than 12,000 gear reviews, SOF history pieces, and military aviation articles – are being consolidated into one completely redesigned site and mobile app, to include featured categories such as News, Gear, Media (video & podcasts), Team Room & member forums, Store, and the #1 Gear Club in America – Crate Club.

Our developers are working hard on all of the new features and integration components for the full launch that will be ready next week.

As always, be sure to check out CrateClub.com for Spec Ops grade gear hand picked by professionals. See you all again next week!

Oct 25 2019

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Ep. 315 - The truth behind Extortion 17

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It's been a long Fall season without him, but Jack Murphy is back in his regular seat, fresh off of the release of episode 1 of "Tesla's Death Ray: A Murder Declassified."  The show stars Jack, and it premiered on Discovery this past Tuesday.  We recap some major special operations stories, talk the reality of pushing the nuclear button (a piece Alex Hollings did a great job with for the site,) and Jack working on his memoir, officially being titled "Murphy's Law."

Our special guest is Ed Darack, and he has a lot of thought provoking things to say on this episode.  Ed's a photographer and the author of "Victory Point: Operation Red Wings and Whalers - The Marine Corps' Battle for Freedom in Afghanistan," as well as his latest, "The Final Mission of Extortion 17: Special Ops, Helicopter Support, SEAL Team Six, and the Deadliest Day of the U.S. War in Afghanistan."  We discuss both of these books, and some of what's out there regarding these two major events that Ed dismisses as conspiracy.  For example, Ed gets into sources that led him to very strongly believe the ambush in Sawtalo Sar, Afghanistan described by Marcus Luttrell was at the hands of 7 guys, and not the 400 stated by the Navy SEAL.  We will let you be the judge of what went down after hearing Ed's rebuttal.  Ed also has written some recent great pieces for SOFREP including "The Objective Ginosa strike" which we highly recommend you check out.

Jan 05 2018

1hr 39mins

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Ep. 390 - Mark Giaconia, Green Beret

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If you come to this podcast for war stories about operations that have never been heard before, you're in for an action packed listen on this one. Mark Giaconia is a former Green Beret with 20 years of service to his country. He has a new book out titled "One Green Beret" which focuses on his service from 1996-2011 in Bosnia, Kosovo, and Iraq, serving alongside members of the Peshmerga as well as the Russian Spetsnaz. A focal point of the book is Mark serving in Operation Viking Hammer, an unconventional warfare operation with the mission of taking out Sunni Muslim insurgents known as the terrorist group Ansar al-Islam. He also speaks of the gruesome details of being exposed to suspected chemical weapons, having to take hair samples of dead terrorists, and gives a philosophical take on war from his own perspective. Mark has since made the transition from warfare to making a living in technology as the Senior Director of Radiant Solutions. He discusses how he started to make this transition while serving in the military. After you listen to this, be sure to pick up "One Green Beret" available now on Amazon. Also, follow Mark on Twitter and let him know what you thought of his appearance @GiaconiaMark.

In addition to that, Jack Murphy discusses his latest article "Mattis: US Troops can remain in Syria to ensure stability." It is Jack's belief that Mattis is being pushed out for the more neo-conservative John Bolton. Listen to find out why Jack has made that inference. It's an episode with a lot of excitement and also reflection that you do not want to miss.

Sep 26 2018

1hr 23mins

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Ep. 336 - Pat McNamara

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Never in the history of SOFREP Radio has there been a more requested guest in my experience than Pat McNamara.  We were glad to deliver.  On this episode, the former Delta Force operator and tactical shooting Youtube sensation gets down and dirty.  We get some stories out of him including a HALO jump right before his retirement where a woman crossed his line and Pat was not happy about it; as well as training in some boxing with fellow Delta Force operator George Hand.  Pat also talks shooting and training tactics, and why he is not a particular fan of knife fighting.  Pat's also a metalhead, and just a few nights ago he got to catch Judas Priest on tour at Nassau Coliseum in NY.  Pat gives a pretty epic recap of it that you won't want to miss.

Pat's company is TMACS Inc. and if you want to learn some truly effective firearms skills, he's the man to take a course from.  You can see a schedule of where he's teaching on his website (TMacsInc.com) store, and you can also grab a signed copy of his book "Sentinel."  You can also follow Pat on Instagram @TMacsInc which he is very active on.  The man's even got his own line of Invader Coffee through Rogue American Apparel.  A real treat hearing some intense words from a legend in the SOF community, we know you'll enjoy it.

Mar 21 2018

1hr 2mins

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Ep. 384 - Best of Army Special Operations

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It's hard to believe that we're already in September of this year, but as a I reflect on 2018 thus far, we've had some incredible guests on this podcast. When it comes to spec ops guys in the Army, we've had a wide array. So on this episode, I spotlight several of those guys from previous episodes in 2018.

We start off with Nate Boyer. Nate's name is back in the news heavily with the recent signing of Colin Kaepernick to Nike, so we revisit Nate's open letter to Colin, followed by an in-person meeting which led to the now infamous kneeling during the National Anthem. Next is Todd Opalski, as he reflects on serving in both Marine Force Reconnaissance as well as Army Special Forces. That's followed by Special Missions Unit operator Rob Trivino on joining the Army and his time as an Army Ranger. Then is an excerpt from Delta Force operator Pat McNamara's first appearance on the show, with a great HALO jump story. We wrap up this special with our very own George Hand, another former Delta operator, getting into his origin story with us. Let me know how you liked this episode on Twitter or Instagram @SOFREPRadio or by email at sofrep.radio@sofrep.com, and maybe next special will be Navy SEALs.

Sep 05 2018

1hr 24mins

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Ep. 304 - Rob O'Neill (SEAL Team 6/DEVGRU)

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It was a real blast having Rob O'Neill in studio again, this time with Jason Delgado to cover an array of issues, and even answer some questions from viewers as we streamed live.  We also dived deeper into Rob's best-selling book "The Operator: Firing the Shots that Killed Osama bin Laden and My Years as a SEAL Team Warrior."  We hear the current Fox News contributor's take on North Korea, Bowe Bergdahl, and the recent verdict on terrorist Abu Khattala.  

You can see Rob's happenings on his website, RobertJONeill.com, and also be sure to check out his charity focusing on operator transition to civilian life called Your Grateful Nation.  He's very active on social media @McHooyah on Twitter and Instagram.  Most recently, he also made a pretty epic appearance starring in "Hillbilly Rich," the music video from country artist Tim Montana.

Nov 30 2017

1hr 37mins

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Ep. 393 - Best of Navy SEALs

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Our recent Best of Army Special Operations episode got a tremendous response, and because of that, I got a lot of you asking for a Best of Navy SEALs episode. Well here it is! In the history of this show we've had Navy SEALs of many different eras join us and tell us their story, so here are just a few favorites of mine from the past couple of years. Compiled for Episode 393 we have Brent Gleeson, Jack Carr, and Ryan Zinke making in studio appearances. Ryan Zinke's interview was especially cool because he was out with his co-author Scott McEwen promoting his memoir "American Commander." Just a couple of months following that book tour, Zinke became U.S. Secretary of the Interior. Also on this episode is a short clip of Frumentarius giving his take on the difficulty of BUDS VS the difficulty of actually serving as a SEAL. A lot of different perspectives on this one from several guys who wore the Trident.

Be sure to check out our new website at http://SOFREPRadio.com

Oct 05 2018

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Ep. 346 - Jim Morris, Vietnam veteran Green Beret

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This one is a truly in-depth interview with more subject matter covered than I can list. Jim Morris tells us about being a Green Beret during an era where it wasn't looked at with the reverence that it is today. He shares stories of the Tet Offensive, seen by the men he served with as a great victory, and portrayed in the opposite light by the media. Jim talks coming home, and transitioning to media himself working for publications like "Soldier of Fortune" and writing eight books including his best known title "War Story." Morris also discusses dealing with the horrors of war as he transitioned to civilian life, and taking an unconventional route in healing from combat as he delved deep into the study of Tolec Shamanism, completing two rigorous apprenticeships.  Jim's website is http://jimmorriswarstory.com .

We also take the time to answer a lot of emails. We're glad to be getting so many great questions and if you keep sending them, we'll continue addressing them. Anything you'd like us to address on-air, it's sofrep.radio@sofrep.com. We've really enjoyed digging into the origin stories of the men from this generation in some recent episodes, and Jim Morris did not disappoint.

Apr 25 2018

1hr 56mins

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Ep. 400 - Dale Comstock & Jim West

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What happens when you bring together long time friends and veterans of the Special Forces community, Dale Comstock and Jim West, to share some mind blowing fighting stories? Well, let me just say that Episode 400 does not disappoint. Jim West trained Dale in American Extension Fighting, and not only does Dale have a great respect for Jim's craft, he fesses up to having some fear of the guy early on. Can you blame him? Some of you may have seen an excerpt being circulated on Youtube from a much longer DVD of "Smokey" training Comstock in some lethal techniques. The guys bring you back in time to that era, and some of the real life brawls that inspired these deadly skills. These men are the real deal, and you'll hear why if you don't already know.

It has truly been an honor working on this show on behalf of everyone involved for 400 episodes. It is incredible to us that we get to do this, and we owe it all to you, the listeners. We reflect on the past five years and what this show means to us. We also answer your emails sent to sofrep.radio@sofrep.com. Have a Happy Halloween, and here's to 400 more!

Oct 31 2018

2hr 15mins

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Ep. 441 - Rob O'Neill (SEAL Team 6/DEVGRU UBL shooter)

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Robert J. O'Neill, author of "The Operator: Firing the Shots that Killed Osama bin Laden and My Years a SEAL Team Warrior," joins us for his third in studio appearance on SOFREP Radio. As is usually the case when Rob swings by, we have a lot of fun discussing all sorts of topics on this episode. We talk about the surreal moment for him of being interviewed by "King of All Media" Howard Stern after releasing his memoir, hanging with "Navy SEALs" star Charlie Sheen, being recognized by New York hiphop legends Onyx, and working with his pal Tim Montana. Don't worry, we also get into some more serious topics like the accusations of war crimes against Chief Eddie Gallagher, tensions between veterans of the SEAL community, his history with President Donald Trump, and Rob's views on foreign policy.

Rob's been hard at work with his organization Your Grateful Nation in helping special operations veterans transition into corporate America. He also has some kick ass gear and signed books available over at RJO Apparel. Be sure to follow Rob on Instagram & Twitter @McHooyah where he's very active, and let him know what you thought of the interview. We'd love to have him back again, always a great discussion with The Operator.

Mar 22 2019

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Ep. 410 - Thomas Pecora (CIA Security Officer)

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For most Americans, the deadly attacks by Ansar al-Sharia on the American diplomatic compound in Benghazi were their first exposure to anything relating to the CIA's Protective Operations Cadre. CIA Officer Thomas Pecora, however, was there during it's inception. With an incredibly impressive resume, he's been involved in Mogadishu, the resurgence of Abu Sayyaf in the Philippines, and the hunt for Osama Bin Laden. We discuss the span of his career which will be covered in much greater detail when his book "Guardian: Life in the Crosshairs of the CIA's War on Terror" hits shelves on May 7th of next year. We highly recommend you pre-order what is sure to be a book breaking new ground in areas never written about prior to now.

Beyond this exclusive in-depth interview, we discuss propaganda coming out of China, a tragic military death in Bahrain, and Marine combat veteran and Congressman Duncan Hunter Jr. now facing charges in misusing $250K in campaign funds. All that and more on Episode 410!

Dec 06 2018

1hr 21mins

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Ep. 309 - Jack Devine (CIA)

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I just have got to say it, this may be one of the most interesting guests to ever come on the podcast.  When it comes to taking part in CIA operations that have truly influenced the course of modern day American history, and world history at large, few have the experience of Mr. Jack Devine.  Starting his career with the Agency from the late 60's and into the 90's, Jack was there for major global events like Iran-Contra, the fall of Chile's President, and the fight to push the Soviets out of Afghanistan.  Jack was also a close personal friend of Charlie Wilson who he describes as a patriot, and labels the film "Charlie Wilson's War" to be much more a work of fiction than most would have you believe.

We get Devine's take on current events and figures like Edward Snowden, the investigation of former FBI director Robert Mueller, as well as the Iran nuclear deal and the dangers of a nuclear capable North Korea.  Devine is currently the President of The Arkin Group, and his latest book is "Good Hunting: An American Spymaster's Story."  You'll hear the shift Jack has seen of former CIA veterans going public, as well as the scary trend of guys with phony credentials claiming CIA and being given major platforms in the media.  Strap in, because you're about to learn a whole lot from this man.

Dec 15 2017

1hr 26mins

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Ep. 469 -Former CIA Officer Joe Goldberg

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Joe Goldberg, former CIA agent joins the program for a great conversation about his time working in the CIA.  Joe talks about starting off as a "video librarian" in the 80's, how he gathered open sourced information before the internet took off, how the 24 hour news cycle has changed the world we live in today.  He explains how his job was to create messages to tell the truth in their own way, how they managed to attract viewers to their messages, using music to help spread awareness, how they tried to prevent blowback against America when creating these videos, his thoughts on the 2016 election regarding Russia's involvement, the naivety of the American public in regards to influence outside of America, and how to create a headline that "sticks."  Joe also shares why he decided to write historical fiction novels.  Be sure to read Joe's novels wherever books are sold.

Jack & Dennis open the show with a reader email regarding the bad wrap some units get because of their alleged actions.  Jack shares his thoughts on why the SEALs specifically seem to receive the majority of this backlash and why he feels that is.  Jack's daughter joins the guys in studio to explain the toy she received for a successful school year.  Be sure to leave us a review on Apple Podcast, let us know what you think of the show and purchase Jack's book "Murphy's Law" where you can find wherever books are sold.

Jun 29 2019

1hr 50mins

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Ep. 427 - Air Force PJ Doug Kechijian

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Doug Kechijian is the CEO of Resilient Performance Systems, a small business based out of New York that prides itself on helping others to achieve their physical goals through it’s focus on sports medicine, performance training, education, and consulting. Prior to receiving his education in physical therapy and co-founding the company, Doug served as a Air Force PJ providing troops with technical rescue capability and emergency medical care while deployed. It’s often said that we don’t have many Air Force Pararescue guys on the show, so much of the 2+ hours of this episode is devoted to hearing from Doug about what guys from his military background do exactly. Growing up in Manhasset, NY, Doug was also a personal friend of James Regan. As many of you know, Regan was a revered Army Ranger killed in action while serving in Operation Iraqi Freedom. You’ll get to hear about their adolescence together and exactly what type of a guy that Sgt. James Regan was. He is dearly missed over a decade later. We also get into the physical fitness end of things including Doug’s philosophy on PT and overall health.

Also on this episode is Loadout Room writer Rex Nanorum. Rex gives us a recap of SHOT Show 2019, what was new, and some of the badass gear now on his wish list. He also recaps Crate Club‘s exclusive Oasis for Villains party that took place there. We get some laughs as well hearing the hilarious story behind why Rex doesn’t use his real name when writing. Crank it up and enjoy!

Feb 01 2019

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Ep. 296 - Nick "The Reaper" Irving, Army sniper

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It is safe to call former Army Ranger sniper Nick Irving a very busy man.  He in fact has another book hitting shelves next year co-authored by former Army General and fiction writer A.J. Tata who's joined us before on SOFREP Radio.  "Reaper: Ghost Target" is set to be the first in a series of sniper novels based around protagonist Vick Harwood who may (or my not) be based around a certain sniper you're all familiar with.  Nick also tells us the future of The Reaper TV series we first heard about a couple of years back, and last year learned would be produced by Jay-Z.  You will not want to miss this exclusive announcement he shares with our audience.

Nick also dives into sniper mentality, Ranger stories, and putting the past away to start anew.  We also cover some hard-hitting stories in the spec ops world including the killing of Green Beret Staff Sgt. Logan J. Melgar allegedly by two suspected members of SEAL Team 6, as well as the story of Astafa al-Imam, one of the alleged perpetrators of the attack on the Benghazi consulate being captured by U.S. special operations forces and FBI agents in Libya.  Wrapping things up, we give a Jack Murphy approved Throat Punch of the Week.

Nov 01 2017

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Ep. 445 - An inside look at US Marine Force Recon

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Joining us for the first time on SOFREP Radio is 13-year Marine Corps veteran with Force Reconnaissance, Jose "Pep" Tablada. Calling Jose's background impressive would be a massive understatement, serving both as a team leader and platoon sergeant with qualifications including graduating as a combatant diver, scout sniper, SERE-C, HALO, and more. It's not often we have someone of Tablada's background on the show, so we dive deep into what Marine Force Recon is all about, and you're guaranteed to learn some new stuff.

Currently, Jose is the Assistant Chief of Staff for Operations & International Engagement with Marine Corps Forces Pacific, and he volunteers his time on the board of directors for the Marine Reconnaissance Foundation. You'll learn a lot about the great work that the foundation is doing for their brothers in arms, including a retreat in Hawaii for Gold Star families taking place next month. Be sure to check them out and donate at ReconFoundation.org.

Apr 05 2019

1hr 17mins

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Ep. 369 - Nate Boyer, Green Beret

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Nate Boyer is a combat veteran and a patriot who bravely served with 1st Special Forces Group, 10th Special Forces Group, and 3rd Special Forces Group in Iraq and Afghanistan. Beyond that though, he's also a man of great compassion, and you'll hear that emphasized throughout this in-depth discussion. These traits of patriotism, bravery, and compassion, along with a short stint in the NFL, are why it made sense for him to meet with former NFL star Colin Kaepernick in the midst of a great deal of anger throughout the country. After penning an open letter for Army Times to the quarterback who made it a point to sit during the National Anthem, Kaepernick asked to meet with Boyer, and you may be surprised at some of the understanding that took place among these two men of very different backgrounds and core principles. Kaepernick kneeling from there on as opposed to sitting was actually the result of that face to face discussion.

This was a very intriguing conversation about how we view the world through very different lenses based on our own origin. We also discussed Nate's military background of course. Nate now does a lot of charity work with the organization he co-founded, MVP (Merging Vets & Players.) Let him know what you thought of the show, his website is NateBoyer.com, and he's on Twitter & Instagram @NateBoyer37. We went over two hours for this one, and really appreciate him taking the time. If you liked it, also be sure to leave a review on Apple Podcasts.

Jul 13 2018

2hr 11mins

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Ep. 302 - George Hand, Delta operator

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*Note: This episode was previously released in May to our members. You can check out our full archive at SOFREP.com/radio*

We get deep and also dark in this nearly two hour episode of the podcast. SOFREP writer George E. Hand IV is not only a former Army Master Sergeant who served with Delta, but he now does work combating human trafficking, namely with a group called DeliverFund. Just recently he was a part of an operation reeling in four network players leading to the biggest bust in the field of human trafficking in Albuquerque, New Mexico’s history. He tells Jack Murphy and me all about this, and gets into the amazing but very scary work he does combating this crisis.

Jack also expands on his trip to the Philippines, including his lively meeting with Philippine Marine Corps General Juancho Sabban. We also give our thoughts on the Netflix documentary, “Get Me Roger Stone,” a biopic on a past guest to the show. Keep the feedback coming. Follow us on Instagram @SOFREPRadio to get an inside look of where we record and what goes on at Hurricane Group‘s office and studio.

Nov 23 2017

1hr 51mins

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Ep. 377 - Mastering Fear

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CEO of Hurricane Group Brandon Webb has been long overdue for an appearance on the show. Now that's he's wrapped up The Power of Thought podcast, and is out promoting "Mastering Fear: A Navy SEAL's Guide," his latest book which came out this week, I was able to get some time out of him for us. We start off the show addressing a recent controversy with Navy SEAL Andy Stumpf, and why Webb declined an invitation on his podcast. We then talk the oncoming name change of SOFREP.com to NEWSREP, the reasoning behind it, and how it will impact SOFREP Radio.

From there, we get into "Mastering Fear." You'll even hear a great excerpt from the book. "Mastering Fear" includes some excellent stories from interviews Brandon's conducted and stories of colleagues. Included in these stories are Kamal Ravikant, C.J. Ramone, James Powell, and Captain Jerry Yellin. If you are looking to conquer a challenge in your life and crush new goals, you need to pick up this latest work.

Aug 10 2018

1hr 17mins

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Episode 491: Toxic SEAL culture, Eddie Gallagher's trial, and Trump's intervention

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Navy SEAL and New York Times best-selling author Brandon Webb is back to discuss toxic cultural issues within the SEAL community, Trump's intervention with Eddie Gallagher's trial, and a reminder to send in your questions to radio@sofrep.com for a chance to have them read on our show.

This episode is brought to you by Mack Weldon. Their mission is simple: to make sure all your basics (and beyond) are smartly designed and that shopping is easy and convenient.

Mack Weldon was founded because they wanted more out of the basics and always questioned how something so essential could be such a pain in the ass to buy?

The frustration was real and their “eureka moment” happened in a department store aisle full of brands that dominated their top drawer. Surrounded by a mind-numbing assortment of underwear and socks, they realized consistent fit and quality became a game of roulette… so they decided to take matters into their own hands.

They started from scratch and engineered their own fabric. They made sure the design process was meticulous, so you can count on the fit being the same each time. They built a world class customer experience. The difference is in the details, so they obsessed over every stitch and seam until they’d reached their definition of perfect.

For 20% off your first order, visit mackweldon.com AND ENTER PROMO CODE: SOFREP

If you haven’t already noticed, the new SOFREP website has been launched! We also have a ton of new SOFREP t-shirt designs available in our store.

All of our content – including an additional article catalog of more than 12,000 gear reviews, SOF history pieces, and military aviation articles – have been consolidated into one completely redesigned site and mobile app, to include featured categories such as News, Gear, Media (video & podcasts), Team Room & member forums, Store, and the #1 Gear Club in America – Crate Club.

As always, be sure to check out our Crate Club for Spec Ops grade gear hand picked by military professionals. See you all again next week!

Dec 06 2019

32mins

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Episode 490: Happy Thanksgiving from SOFREP, Big Phil on current events in Africa, EDC tips

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Happy Thanksgiving from everyone at SOFREP!

On this show, Big Phil Campion is back to discuss current events in Africa and some EDC (everyday carry) tips from this former SAS operator.

If you haven’t already noticed, the new SOFREP website has been launched! We also have a ton of new SOFREP t-shirt designs available in our store.

All of our content – including an additional article catalog of more than 12,000 gear reviews, SOF history pieces, and military aviation articles – have been consolidated into one completely redesigned site and mobile app, to include featured categories such as News, Gear, Media (video & podcasts), Team Room & member forums, Store, and the #1 Gear Club in America – Crate Club.

As always, be sure to check out our Crate Club for Spec Ops grade gear hand picked by military professionals. See you all again next week!

Nov 29 2019

28mins

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Episode 489: Big Phil on the "Nairobi man", military coup in the UK, and his favorite dogs

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On this show, Big Phil Campion is back to discuss the "Nairobi man", reports of a military coup in the UK, and his favorite dogs.

This episode is brought to you by Mack Weldon. Their mission is simple: to make sure all your basics (and beyond) are smartly designed and that shopping is easy and convenient.

Mack Weldon was founded because they wanted more out of the basics and always questioned how something so essential could be such a pain in the ass to buy?

The frustration was real and their “eureka moment” happened in a department store aisle full of brands that dominated their top drawer. Surrounded by a mind-numbing assortment of underwear and socks, they realized consistent fit and quality became a game of roulette… so they decided to take matters into their own hands.

They started from scratch and engineered their own fabric. They made sure the design process was meticulous, so you can count on the fit being the same each time. They built a world class customer experience. The difference is in the details, so they obsessed over every stitch and seam until they’d reached their definition of perfect.

For 20% off your first order, visit mackweldon.com AND ENTER PROMO CODE: SOFREP

If you haven’t already noticed, the new SOFREP website has been launched! We also have a ton of new SOFREP t-shirt designs available in our store.

All of our content – including an additional article catalog of more than 12,000 gear reviews, SOF history pieces, and military aviation articles – have been consolidated into one completely redesigned site and mobile app, to include featured categories such as News, Gear, Media (video & podcasts), Team Room & member forums, Store, and the #1 Gear Club in America – Crate Club.

As always, be sure to check out our Crate Club for Spec Ops grade gear hand picked by military professionals. See you all again next week!

Nov 22 2019

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Episode 488: Big Phil on Remembrance Day, operating in Northern Ireland, politics, & EDC gear

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On this show, Big Phil Campion is back to discuss the how he spent Remembrance Day in Gibraltar, his time operating in Northern Ireland, current political topics, and paracord bracelets for EDC (everyday carry).

If you haven't already noticed, the new SOFREP website has been launched! We also have a ton of new SOFREP t-shirt designs available in our store.

All of our content – including an additional article catalog of more than 12,000 gear reviews, SOF history pieces, and military aviation articles – have been consolidated into one completely redesigned site and mobile app, to include featured categories such as News, Gear, Media (video & podcasts), Team Room & member forums, Store, and the #1 Gear Club in America – Crate Club.

As always, be sure to check out our Crate Club for Spec Ops grade gear hand picked by military professionals. See you all again next week!

Nov 15 2019

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Episode 487: Best of SOFREP Radio with bin Laden shooter Rob O'Neill

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Travel obligations delayed the recording of a new episode until next week, but don't worry, we found a classic in the archives.

In March of 2019, former host Ian Scotto was joined by Robert J. O'Neill, author of "The Operator: Firing the Shots that Killed Osama bin Laden and My Years a SEAL Team Warrior." As is usually the case when Rob swings by, we had a lot of fun discussing all sorts of topics on this episode. We talked about the surreal moment for him of being interviewed by "King of All Media" Howard Stern after releasing his memoir, hanging with "Navy SEALs" star Charlie Sheen, being recognized by New York hiphop legends Onyx, and working with his pal Tim Montana. We also got into some more serious topics like the accusations of war crimes against Chief Eddie Gallagher, tensions between veterans of the SEAL community, his history with President Donald Trump, and Rob's views on foreign policy.

Rob's been hard at work with his organization Your Grateful Nation in helping special operations veterans transition into corporate America. He also has some kick ass gear and signed books available over at RJO Apparel. Be sure to follow Rob on Instagram & Twitter @McHooyah where he's very active, and let him know what you thought of the interview. We'd love to have him back again. Always a great discussion with The Operator.

Nov 08 2019

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Episode 486: Fighter pilot Justin Lee, why the F-35 is special, Professionals Playbook, & Iron Eagle

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In this episode of SOFREP Radio, journalist and Marine Veteran Alex Hollings sits down with U.S. Air Force F-35 pilot instructor, Major Justin “Hasard” Lee.
Lee has nearly 400 hours of combat flight time at the stick of an F-16. Now he spends his days teaching the next generation of pilots how to fly the world’s most advanced fighter, along with hosting the popular podcast, “The Professionals Playbook.”
Hollings and Lee discuss what sets the F-35 apart from other military aircraft, and how the presence of the advanced fighter can even make older jets better in a fight. Then Hollings gets to the really important stuff... like what a real fighter pilot thinks of the movie “Iron Eagle.”

If you haven't already noticed, the new SOFREP website has been launched!

All of our content – including an additional article catalog of more than 12,000 gear reviews, SOF history pieces, and military aviation articles – have been consolidated into one completely redesigned site and mobile app, to include featured categories such as News, Gear, Media (video & podcasts), Team Room & member forums, Store, and the #1 Gear Club in America – Crate Club.

As always, be sure to check out Crate Club for Spec Ops grade gear hand picked by professionals. See you all again next week!

Nov 01 2019

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Episode 485: SEAL sniper exclusives, funny sea stories, "snake eyes", and the Trump effect

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Navy SEAL and New York Times best-selling author Brandon Webb is back to discuss our upcoming Inside the Team Room video show with SEAL snipers, he shares a funny sea story, and goes deep on American politics, the Trump effect, and failed foreign policy.

This episode is brought to you by Mack Weldon. Their mission is simple: to make sure all your basics (and beyond) are smartly designed and that shopping is easy and convenient.

Mack Weldon was founded because they wanted more out of the basics and always questioned how something so essential could be such a pain in the ass to buy?

The frustration was real and their “eureka moment” happened in a department store aisle full of brands that dominated their top drawer. Surrounded by a mind-numbing assortment of underwear and socks, they realized consistent fit and quality became a game of roulette… so they decided to take matters into their own hands.

They started from scratch and engineered their own fabric. They made sure the design process was meticulous, so you can count on the fit being the same each time. They built a world class customer experience. The difference is in the details, so they obsessed over every stitch and seam until they’d reached their definition of perfect.

For 20% off your first order, visit mackweldon.com AND ENTER PROMO CODE: SOFREP
For those who haven’t heard, SOFREP.com is back!

All of our websites – including an additional article catalog of more than 12,000 gear reviews, SOF history pieces, and military aviation articles – are being consolidated into one completely redesigned site and mobile app, to include featured categories such as News, Gear, Media (video & podcasts), Team Room & member forums, Store, and the #1 Gear Club in America – Crate Club.

Our developers are working hard on all of the new features and integration components for the full launch that will be ready next week.

As always, be sure to check out CrateClub.com for Spec Ops grade gear hand picked by professionals. See you all again next week!

Oct 25 2019

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Episode 484: Big Phil on Special Operations boxing, celebrity security, and airplane disturbances

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On this show, Big Phil Campion is coming at you from Spain. He previews the upcoming edition of the Remembrance Rumble charity boxing event on November 2, 2019, which pits UK special operators against US special operators. Tickets are available now and you don't want to miss out!

He also gets into what celebrity security and personal protection is all about. Phil tells some awesome stories about his time "bodyguarding" and what types of threats are out there.

Finally, Phil covers what to do if you encounter a disturbance on an airplane by an unruly passenger – where should you sit, what you should look for, and how you should react if something bad kicks off.

For those who haven’t heard, SOFREP.com is back!

All of our websites – including an additional article catalog of more than 12,000 gear reviews, SOF history pieces, and military aviation articles – are being consolidated into one completely redesigned site and mobile app, to include featured categories such as News, Gear, Media (video & podcasts), Team Room & member forums, Store, and the #1 Gear Club in America – Crate Club.

Our developers are working hard on all of the new features and integration components for the full launch that will be ready in the coming weeks.

As always, be sure to check out CrateClub.com for Spec Ops grade gear hand picked by professionals. See you all again next week!

Oct 18 2019

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Episode 483: Hunting pirates with Big Phil Campion, Crate Club Academy debrief

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Hosting this show is Phil Campion, a veteran of military operations in just about every conflict-prone corner of the world. He served with the Royal Hampshires, passed through Commando and Parachute Regiment selection, before being badged with 22 SAS. He left the British Army in his early thirties, with the rank of Staff Sergeant, and started working on the private military circuit. He lives in Southampton with his partner, Wendy, and three children. He is a fluent Spanish speaker and continues to work as an operator on the private military circuit. Phil’s first book, Born Fearless: From SAS to Mercenary to Pirate Hunter – My Life as a Shadow Warrior, was published by Quercus in September 2011. His first novel, Desert Fire, following the exploits of ex-SAS operative Steve Range, was published by Quercus in September 2012, and the second in the Blackstone Six series, Killing Range, followed in May 2013. Phil’s most recent book, Big Phil Campion’s Real World SAS Survival Guide, was published by Quercus in May 2014.

On this show, Phil gets in depth about his time hunting pirates off the coast of Somalia. He also breaks down his experiences at the inaugural Crate Club Academy event which had some amazing training with an incredible group of guys.

For those who haven’t heard, SOFREP.com is back!

All of our websites – including an additional article catalog of more than 12,000 gear reviews, SOF history pieces, and military aviation articles – are being consolidated into one completely redesigned site and mobile app, to include featured categories such as News, Gear, Media (video & podcasts), Team Room & member forums, Store, and the #1 Gear Club in America – Crate Club.

Our developers are working hard on all of the new features and integration components for the full launch that will be ready in the coming weeks.

As always, be sure to check out CrateClub.com for Spec Ops grade gear hand picked by professionals. See you all again next week!

Oct 11 2019

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Episode 482: Shooting the sh!t with Eric Davis, Raising Men, and funny SEAL stories

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Brandon Webb hosts former Navy SEAL sniper instructor, Eric Davis. The guys catch up on the recent Crate Club Academy event that took place at Virginia International Raceway (VIR) and some of the positive experiences with the course attendees and staff. They reveal some plans for the Academy event next year that you don't want to miss. Eric also discusses his book "Raising Men: Lessons Navy SEALs Learned in Their Training and Taught to Their Sons."
For those who haven’t heard, SOFREP.com is back!

All of our websites – including an additional article catalog of more than 12,000 gear reviews, SOF history pieces, and military aviation articles – are being consolidated into one completely redesigned site and mobile app, to include featured categories such as News, Gear, Media (video & podcasts), Team Room & member forums, Store, and the #1 Gear Club in America – Crate Club.

Our developers are working hard on all of the new features and integration components for the full launch that will be ready in the coming weeks.

As always, be sure to check out CrateClub.com for Spec Ops grade gear hand picked by professionals. See you all again next week!

Oct 04 2019

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Episode 481: When violence is the answer, controversial fight techniques, and SEAL training

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Brandon Webb hosts world renowned self-defense expert, Tim Larkin, on the podcast to share his self-defense philosophy with the SOFREP crew. Brandon and Tim discuss the SEAL community, his travel ban from the UK for his controversial fight techniques, and Tim's time in Navy SEAL BUD/S training. They also discuss his book, When Violence is the Answer: Learning How to Do What it Takes When Your Life is at Stake.

For those who haven’t heard, SOFREP.com is back!

All of our websites – including an additional article catalog of more than 12,000 gear reviews, SOF history pieces, and military aviation articles – are being consolidated into one completely redesigned site and mobile app, to include featured categories such as News, Gear, Media (video & podcasts), Team Room & member forums, Store, and the #1 Gear Club in America – Crate Club.

Our developers are working hard on all of the new features and integration components for the full launch that will be ready in the coming weeks.

As always, be sure to check out CrateClub.com for Spec Ops grade gear hand picked by professionals. See you all again next week!

Sep 27 2019

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Episode 480: Phil Campion on the formidable fighting force called Gurkhas

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Hosting this show is Phil Campion, a veteran of military operations in just about every conflict-prone corner of the world. He served with the Royal Hampshires, passed through Commando and Parachute Regiment selection, before being badged with 22 SAS. He left the British Army in his early thirties, with the rank of Staff Sergeant, and started working on the private military circuit. He lives in Southampton with his partner, Wendy, and three children. He is a fluent Spanish speaker and continues to work as an operator on the private military circuit. Phil’s first book, Born Fearless: From SAS to Mercenary to Pirate Hunter – My Life as a Shadow Warrior, was published by Quercus in September 2011. His first novel, Desert Fire, following the exploits of ex-SAS operative Steve Range, was published by Quercus in September 2012, and the second in the Blackstone Six series, Killing Range, followed in May 2013. Phil’s most recent book, Big Phil Campion’s Real World SAS Survival Guide, was published by Quercus in May 2014.

On this show, Phil continues to explain what SAS selection is all about and what the later stages of the process entail. He also covers the formidable fighting force called Gurkhas. Phil explains just how incredible and dedicated Gurkha soldiers are.

For those who haven't heard, SOFREP.com is coming back!

All of our websites – including an additional article catalog of more than 12,000 gear reviews, SOF history pieces, and military aviation articles – are being consolidated into one completely redesigned site and mobile app, to include featured categories such as News, Gear, Media (video & podcasts), Team Room & member forums, Store, and the #1 Gear Club in America – Crate Club.

On September 23rd, we’ll be doing a “soft” launch of SOFREP that will replace NEWSREP. Our developers are working hard on all of the new features and integration components for the full launch that will be ready in the coming weeks.

As always, be sure to check out CrateClub.com for Spec Ops grade gear hand picked by professionals. See you all again next week!

Sep 20 2019

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Episode 479: Phil Campion on the SAS selection process and hunting pirates

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Hosting this show is Phil Campion, a veteran of military operations in just about every conflict-prone corner of the world. He served with the Royal Hampshires, passed through Commando and Parachute Regiment selection, before being badged with 22 SAS. He left the British Army in his early thirties, with the rank of Staff Sergeant, and started working on the private military circuit. He lives in Southampton with his partner, Wendy, and three children. He is a fluent Spanish speaker and continues to work as an operator on the private military circuit. Phil’s first book, Born Fearless: From SAS to Mercenary to Pirate Hunter – My Life as a Shadow Warrior, was published by Quercus in September 2011. His first novel, Desert Fire, following the exploits of ex-SAS operative Steve Range, was published by Quercus in September 2012, and the second in the Blackstone Six series, Killing Range, followed in May 2013. Phil’s most recent book, Big Phil Campion’s Real World SAS Survival Guide, was published by Quercus in May 2014.

On this show, Phil continues to explain what SAS selection is all about and why it is so difficult to make it through the pipeline. He also gets into his time hunting pirates off the coast of Somalia. This is another fascinating show that you don't want to miss.

As always, be sure to check out NEWSREP.com for the latest foreign policy, security, and defense news, and also CrateClub.com for Spec Ops grade gear hand picked by professionals. See you all again next week!

Sep 13 2019

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Episode 478: Alex Hollings on the harrowing story of the Andree Expedition

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Guest host Alex Hollings tells the harrowing story of the Andree Expedition -- a small group of explorers that died in 1897 while attempting to be the first men to reach the North Pole. Hollings, a Marine veteran and journalist, offers a scripted account of their story while discussing his unique perspective on heroism. According to Hollings, success isn’t a prerequisite for admiration and respect -- heroism is about having the will to try. Heroism, as Hollings points out, has more to do with intent and effort than outcome. A fool can luck into victory, and a hero can fall short of his goals.

Keep sending over your e-mails to sofrep.radio@sofrep.com, we read them all, but keep in mind if they’re shorter and to the point, we’re more likely to get to them on here. Also leave us a review on iTunes.

As always, be sure to check out NEWSREP.com for the latest foreign policy, security, and defense news, and also CrateClub.com for Spec Ops grade gear hand picked by professionals. See you all again next week!

Sep 06 2019

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Episode 477: Scott McEwen discusses ongoing SEAL community issues, Chris Kyle, and his newest book

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On this episode, Brandon Webb hosts author Scott McEwen. McEwan is arguably most well-known for co-writing the best-selling memoir turned Hollywood blockbuster, "American Sniper."

They get into memories of Chris Kyle, McEwan's newest book "City of Death: Humanitarian Warriors in the Battle of Mosul", and some discussion about ongoing cultural issues within the SEAL community. You can pick up a copy of "City of Death" on Amazon or wherever books are sold.

Keep sending over your e-mails to sofrep.radio@sofrep.com, we read them all, but keep in mind if they’re shorter and to the point, we’re more likely to get to them on here. Also leave us a review on iTunes.

As always, be sure to check out NEWSREP.com for the latest foreign policy, security, and defense news, and also CrateClub.com for Spec Ops grade gear hand picked by professionals. See you all again next week!

Aug 30 2019

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Episode 476: Phil Campion on SAS selection, EDC options in the UK, and firearm training in Europe

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Hosting this show is Phil Campion, a veteran of military operations in just about every conflict-prone corner of the world. He served with the Royal Hampshires, passed through Commando and Parachute Regiment selection, before being badged with 22 SAS. He left the British Army in his early thirties, with the rank of Staff Sergeant, and started working on the private military circuit. He lives in Southampton with his partner, Wendy, and three children. He is a fluent Spanish speaker and continues to work as an operator on the private military circuit. Phil’s first book, Born Fearless: From SAS to Mercenary to Pirate Hunter – My Life as a Shadow Warrior, was published by Quercus in September 2011. His first novel, Desert Fire, following the exploits of ex-SAS operative Steve Range, was published by Quercus in September 2012, and the second in the Blackstone Six series, Killing Range, followed in May 2013. Phil’s most recent book, Big Phil Campion’s Real World SAS Survival Guide, was published by Quercus in May 2014.

On this show, Phil gets into what SAS selection is all about and why it is so difficult to make it through the pipeline. He also gets into some everday carry (EDC) options for citizens of the UK in case they find themselves in a bad situation, such as a terrorist attack. Finally, he discusses the topic of where European citizens can access gun ranges and training since they're quite limited on options. It's a unique look at utilizing what is available to prepared citizens on that side of the pond.

As always, be sure to check out NEWSREP.com for the latest foreign policy, security, and defense news, and also CrateClub.com for Spec Ops grade gear hand picked by professionals. See you all again next week!

Aug 23 2019

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Episode 475: Marine Corps veteran and journalist Alex Hollings on UFO misconceptions and realities

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Journalist Alex Hollings steps up to the plate as guest host for this unusual episode of SOFREP Radio. Hollings may allow room for the idea that not all UFO sightings can be explained away, but he’s not ready to welcome our new alien overlords quite yet. In this episode, Hollings breaks down how military aircraft are commonly mistaken for something otherworldly and delves into upcoming and classified defense initiatitives that could explain away some of the most pressing UFO sightings. ET may be out there, but Hollings doesn’t allow for any shortcuts in the search.

As always, be sure to check out NEWSREP.com for the latest foreign policy, security, and defense news, and also CrateClub.com for Spec Ops grade gear hand picked by professionals. See you all again next week!

Aug 16 2019

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Episode 474: Director Todd Robinson on his new Vietnam War movie 'The Last Full Measure'

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Joining the show is producer, writer, and director, Todd Robinson. His latest movie The Last Full Measure is scheduled for release on October 25, 2019 and features a star cast including Sebastian Stan, Christopher Plummer, Samuel L. Jackson, William Hurt, Ed Harris, Peter Fonda, John Savage and Jeremy Irvine.

Unlike any film from the war genre, it focuses on the herioc true story of Air Force special operations during the Vietnam War. There is very little about this topic in writing or on film, so you won't want to miss this incredible story, which recounts the true story of William Pitsenbarger, a U.S. Air Force Pararescueman, who continually faced danger throughout more than 250 combat missions in Vietnam. During a rescue mission on April 11, 1966, he was offered the chance to escape on the last helicopter out of a combat zone, heavily under fire, but he stayed behind to save and defend the lives of his fellow soldiers of the U.S. Army's 1st Infantry Division, and he was killed.

In addition to describing the details and structure of the film, Todd and SOFREP Radio host, Brandon Webb, discuss their shared passion for flying airplanes plus much more.

As mentioned on the show, you can check out Save A Warrior for information on how they're helping veterans, active duty service members, and first responders that are affected by PTSD.

As always, be sure to check out NEWSREP.com for the latest foreign policy, security, and defense news, and also CrateClub.com for Spec Ops grade gear hand picked by professionals. See you all again next week!

Aug 09 2019

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Episode 473: Kamal Ravikant on his new book, the weight of leadership, and Brandon's friendship

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Back on the show is our friend Kamal Ravikant, an army veteran turned venture capitalist whose newest project is a rewrite of his book “Love Yourself Like Your Life Depends On It." The book will be out January 7th, 2020 and you can preorder it now.

Kamal and Brandon Webb get into some very candid stories about their own friendship and personal backgrounds. You'll definitely learn something new about them both as they look back at the years that they've known each other and their journey of running their own businesses. You'll also get a little teaser on the new "super site" that will soon host all of our editorial and video content.

As always, be sure to check out NEWSREP.com for the latest foreign policy, security, and defense news, and also CrateClub.com for Spec Ops grade gear hand picked by professionals. See you all again next week!

Aug 02 2019

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Episode 472: Brandon Webb is back to discuss some significant show and company updates

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SOFREP Radio is back in action! In this episode, CEO and former Navy SEAL Brandon Webb discusses some recent changes with the podcast as well as updates on other parts of the company.

He gets into the recent departure of Jack Murphy, discusses what the company has been up to recently, and lays out plans for a new "super site" that will host all of our content, gear and much more. If you've been around since the old SOFREP days, you're going to love this new site.

As always, be sure to check out NEWSREP.com for the latest foreign policy, security, and defense news, and also CrateClub.com for Spec Ops grade gear handpicked by professionals. See you all again next week!

Jul 26 2019

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