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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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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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Downhill

By awoo225 - May 25 2020
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In my opinion George hand is the only worthwhile contributor sofrep has really gone downhill and jack leaving really was the nail in the coffin

Good podcast

By Huacha215 - Feb 09 2020
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Anything with George Hand is awesome

iTunes Ratings

1410 Ratings
Average Ratings
1099
73
43
44
151

Downhill

By awoo225 - May 25 2020
Read more
In my opinion George hand is the only worthwhile contributor sofrep has really gone downhill and jack leaving really was the nail in the coffin

Good podcast

By Huacha215 - Feb 09 2020
Read more
Anything with George Hand is awesome
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SOFREP Radio

Latest release on Aug 07, 2020

All 237 episodes from oldest to newest

Episode 526: Marc Goldberg, IDF paratrooper and author

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In this episode, host Steve Balestrieri speaks with Marc Goldberg, an IDF (Israel Defense Forces) paratrooper and author of the book Beyond the Green Line.

If you haven’t already, be sure to join our community at SOFREP and find the best tactical equipment and apparel in our store, The Loadout Room. Support our veteran team and be sure to subscribe to this podcast and leave us a review!

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Aug 07 2020

1hr 15mins

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Episode 525: Ingrid Centurion, politician and former Blackhawk pilotDraft Episode for Jul 31, 2020

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Our guest is Ingrid Centurion, an Iraq war veteran and a small business owner who is running for office as a State Representative in Massachusetts. She began flying airplanes at 17 years old before moving to flying as a commercial pilot at 20 years old, and then moved on to an honorable twenty year plus military career where she operated in mission-critical environments from the cockpit of multiple aircraft platforms such as the UH-1H (Huey), UH-60 (Blackhawk), and RC-12P (Guardrail).

If you haven’t already, be sure to join our community at SOFREP and find the best tactical equipment and apparel in our store, The Loadout Room. Support our veteran team and be sure to subscribe to this podcast and leave us a review!

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Jul 31 2020

52mins

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Episode 524: Mission readiness with Bob Besal and Gary Pappas

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On this show we have two incredible guests. Host Steve Balestrieri discusses national security and childhood obesity nutrition with Rear Admiral Bob Besal (U.S. Navy Retired) followed by Brigadier General Gary Pappas (Massachusetts Army National Guard Retired).

If you haven’t already, be sure to join our community at SOFREP and find the best tactical equipment and apparel in our store, The Loadout Room. Support our veteran team and be sure to subscribe to this podcast and leave us a review!

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Jul 24 2020

42mins

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Episode 523: John Wayne Walding, first ever amputee to re-enlist as a Green Beret Sniper

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Born on July 4th and named after the great John Wayne, you could say that our guest John Wayne Walding was destined to be an American hero. He spent 12 years in the US Army and seven in the Special Forces Group serving his country. While serving, John suffered a devastating injury during the Battle of Shok Valley after being shot in the leg. After losing his leg during the battle, John continued to fight on alongside the other soldiers, which ultimately earned him the Silver Star, Bronze Star and a Purple Heart for his bravery.

Following his recovery, John’s determination and selflessness drove him to do what no one else had done before – enroll in the Special Forces Sniper School to become the first ever amputee to re-enlist as a Green Beret Sniper. As always, John was looking for another way to give back to the country he loves so much.

To continue on his mission of giving back and serving his country, John is now co-founder of Live to Give, a company built on the premise of giving back and one that donates 50% of its net profits to charities supporting military, first responders and their families. In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, John’s company has donated hundreds of cases of water to first responders and schools, partnered with likeminded organizations to help employ those who have lost work, and continued to give back in however possible.

If you haven’t already, be sure to join our community at SOFREP and find the best tactical equipment and apparel in our store, The Loadout Room. Support our veteran team and be sure to subscribe to this podcast and leave us a review!

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Jul 17 2020

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Episode 522: Jake Lockett, actor

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Our guest Jake Lockett was born and raised in central Texas, went to Texas A&M, studied Aerospace Engineering, and ended up studying German Language as well. He moved to LA in 2011 and has been acting ever since. His resume includes roles in the CBS SEAL Team series, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Community, Hawaii Five-O, and many others. Jake is a great guy who also teases out a Special Forces project he's involved with.

If you haven’t already, be sure to join our community at SOFREP and find the best tactical equipment and apparel in our store, The Loadout Room. Support our veteran team and be sure to subscribe to this podcast and leave us a review!

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Jul 10 2020

46mins

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Episode 521: Jason Lewis, former Army Captain, helping fellow veterans suffering from tinnitus and hearing loss

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Host Steve Balestrieri (retired Green Beret and current SOFREP writer) interviews Jason Lewis, former Army Captain, veteran of Iraq and Afghanistan, and a man who is now helping veterans suffering from tinnitus and hearing loss.

If you haven’t already, be sure to join our community at SOFREP and find the best tactical equipment and apparel in our store, The Loadout Room. Support our veteran team and be sure to subscribe to this podcast and leave us a review!

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Jul 03 2020

45mins

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Episode 520: Stuart Bradin, Global SOF Foundation President and CEO, retired Special Forces

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Stuart "Stu" Bradin is the President and CEO of the Global SOF Foundation. He retired as a U.S. Army Special Forces colonel in May 2014 after over 32 years of service. Stu’s Special Forces assignments include service with elements of Joint Special Operations Command, as Deputy Director of Operations at Special Operations Command Europe, and extensive service with the 7th and 10th Special Forces Groups (Airborne). He commanded several SFODAs (“A-Teams”) and served as a battalion Operations Officer as well as the Company Commander of the counter terrorist unit designated as the CINC’s In Extremist Force. He participated in Operation Just Cause, served tours as an adviser in El Salvador and Peru, and is a veteran of multiple unconventional and other special operations with 10th SFG(A) in the Balkans and numerous locations in northern and central Africa.

If you haven’t already, be sure to join our community at SOFREP and find the best tactical equipment and apparel in our store, The Loadout Room. Support our veteran team and be sure to subscribe to this podcast and leave us a review!

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Jun 26 2020

59mins

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Episode 519: Navy SEAL, Delta Force Command Surgeon, and author Bob Adams is back!

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We had such a good time interviewing Bob Adams last week that host Brandon Webb had him back on for more.

Bob Adams began his military career at the U.S. Naval Academy as a 5th generation career officer. After serving as Navigator and First Lieutenant on the USS Hamner (DD-718) he followed his dream to Navy SEAL training where he graduated as class leader. He served 14 years in the Navy – 12 in the SEAL Teams, active and reserve, and was a Navy Commander when he changed services to attend medical school on an Army scholarship to Wake Forest University Medical School.

As an Army physician, he commanded various clinics providing full-service inpatient and outpatient obstetric, pediatric, medical, surgical and gynecologic services to a diverse population, with ages from birth to elderly geriatric patients, for both military and civilian institutions. He was honored to serve four years as the Command Surgeon for the US Army DELTA Force providing rapid deployment special forces combat medical services worldwide.

He is the author of Six Days of Impossible Navy SEAL Hell Week, a Doctor Looks Back.

If you haven’t already, be sure to join our community at SOFREP and find the best tactical equipment and apparel in our store, The Loadout Room. Support our veteran team and be sure to subscribe to this podcast and leave us a review!

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Jun 19 2020

38mins

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Episode 518: Bob Adams - Navy SEAL, Delta Force Command Surgeon, author

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Bob Adams began his military career at the U.S. Naval Academy as a 5th generation career officer. After serving as Navigator and First Lieutenant on the USS Hamner (DD-718) he followed his dream to Navy SEAL training where he graduated as class leader. He served 14 years in the Navy – 12 in the SEAL Teams, active and reserve, and was a Navy Commander when he changed services to attend medical school on an Army scholarship to Wake Forest University Medical School.

As an Army physician, he commanded various clinics providing full-service inpatient and outpatient obstetric, pediatric, medical, surgical and gynecologic services to a diverse population, with ages from birth to elderly geriatric patients, for both military and civilian institutions. He was honored to serve four years as the Command Surgeon for the US Army DELTA Force providing rapid deployment special forces combat medical services worldwide.

He is the author of Six Days of Impossible Navy SEAL Hell Week, a Doctor Looks Back.

This episode was hosted by SOFREP Media CEO and former Navy SEAL, Brandon Webb.

If you haven’t already, be sure to join our community at SOFREP and find the best tactical equipment and apparel in our store, The Loadout Room. Support our veteran team and be sure to subscribe to this podcast and leave us a review!

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Jun 12 2020

35mins

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Episode 517: Geo and Stavros interview a former AC-130 Spooky gunner and current detective

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In this episode, Geo and Stavros sit down with Brandon A., a former Air Force AC-130 Spooky gunner and now a detective in a law enforcement department. We talk about his time in the Air Force, what goes inside a Spooky gunship, deployments, danger-close fire support missions in Afghanistan, and his transition from the military to law enforcement. You don’t want to miss this one!

If you haven’t already, be sure to join our community at SOFREP and find the best tactical equipment and apparel in our store, The Loadout Room. Support our veteran team and be sure to subscribe to this podcast and leave us a review!

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Jun 05 2020

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