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Cleared Hot

It is safe to say that I have wandered a bit. I served in the military, flew some jets, jumped out of most, climbed mountains (I jumped off of them too), taught fitness, owned a gym, and have spent the last few years speaking to organizations and leaders. It has been a journey, and in all honesty, I have no idea where it is going. I seek the things that make me uncomfortable. I move towards things that scare me. I think you should too

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Episode 184 - Tim Rigby

After serving for five years in the British Royal Navy as a Mine Clearance Diver, Tim left England for Hollywood in 1992 to pursue his dream of a career as a stuntman. For the last 28 years, he has worked on most of the big-budget action movies. He has crashed, slid, jumped, and turned over cars, (“Mr & Mrs Smith”, “Dukes of Hazzard”, “Man of the House”, Fast & Furious 4), performed high falls and skydives; he has been strapped to an ejection seat during freefall (“Stealth” & Iron Man), BASE jumped from a moving car, (“xXx”), BASE jumped into Downtown L.A. (“Along Came Polly”), BASE jumped live into the 2004 Superbowl at Houston Reliant Stadium (in front of 80,000 people), flown his wingsuit over L.A. and landed in Paramount studios, (“World Stunt Awards”), Spent hours, days, & weeks underwater (“Sphere & “The Hunley” "Man of Steel), been involved in extensive fight & weapons based work, with the finest fight choreographers in the business, (“300”), as well as all of the “nuts & bolts” of stunt work; falls, wire-work, crashes, fire burns, etc, etc. During this time, Tim has stayed busy, during his off time, traveling the world, BASE jumping and skydiving. He has accumulated many high profile BASE jumps including “Angel Falls” (World Highest Waterfall, Venezuela), “Petronas Towers” (World Tallest Buildings, Kuala Lumpar, Malaysia), climbed and jumped from “The Eiger” (the infamous Swiss mountain) as well as most of the big walls in Norway, during three separate trips there. He has also jumped in many other locations, which due to reasons of legality, cannot be mentioned here. As a filmmaker, Tim has documented some of these trips, then directed, produced, and edited a short film, which won an Aerial Film Festival. His passion for skydiving has never stopped, and he remains very active. He has a Commercial Pilots License with Instrument and Glider ratings and enjoys flying his Cessna 182. Qalo LMNT Better Help Feals

2hr 33mins

14 Jun 2021

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Full Auto Friday - Round 57

Rapid-fire Q and A submitted from the listeners! A variety of topics with a five-minute time cap per answer, sometimes. 1. How can I offer someone help if I have not experienced what they are going through 2. I'm having issues with my ex and her "behind the scenes" behavior, what should I do 3. I'm about to become a father, what advice do you have, what would you do differently if you could go back, what is your favorite part of being a father 4. My wife keeps lying to me about her smoking, what should I do Enjoy

37mins

11 Jun 2021

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Episode 184 - Nelson Grant

Nelson Grant is a Sheriff's Deputy and Search and Rescue Team member in the Flathead Valley. In addition to his current duties, he has previous experience on the SWAT Team and Narcotics Task Force. When not on duty Nelson enjoys partaking in just about every activity that Northwestern Montana has to offer. Bowhunting, rifle hunting, river raft guiding, dual-sport motorcycle guiding, backcountry split boarding and skiing, touring, trekking, downhill mountain bike riding, jiu-jitsu, and probably even more that I am forgetting. If there was ever a renaissance man of the Montana mountains, Nelson is it.

1hr 34mins

7 Jun 2021

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Full Auto Friday - Round 56

Rapid-fire Q and A submitted from the listeners! A variety of topics with a five-minute time cap per answer, sometimes. 1. I had a negative interaction with Law Enforcement, do I need to check my ego 2. How do I handle the shitty situation I am in with my ex-wife and our three teenage daughters 3. Should we honor vets that take their own lives on Memorial Day, or is it just for those that died in uniform 4. I'm turning 30 and am burning out. I am no longer interested in my hobbies or working out. Have you ever found yourself in that situation and what did you do Enjoy

39mins

4 Jun 2021

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Episode 183 - Kevin Owens

Kevin Owens grew up in Ireland where he served in the Tier One Counter-Terrorist Force. After immigrating to the United States, he served 24-years in the United States Army - 6 in the infantry and 18 in Special Forces. He served in combat in Iraq and Afghanistan multiple times, ran the Special Forces Sniper Course, and was in charge of all Force Modernization for Army Special Forces. Grammarly Headspace Omax Health Ten Thousand Manscaped

2hr 49mins

31 May 2021

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Full Auto Friday - Round 55

Rapid-fire Q and A submitted from the listeners! A variety of topics with a five-minute time cap per answer, sometimes. 1. Should the military change/modify its standards in order to be a viable option for more recruits 2. How did you handle the pressure of being a new guy, and what did you look for in "new guys" when you were in a leadership position 3. When should I start seeing a counselor 4. How can I motivate people to make positive changes in their lives without being an asshole 5. How did you manage ear protection while overseas/hunting Enjoy

36mins

28 May 2021

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Episode 182 - Hollie McKay

Hollie McKay is a foreign policy expert and war crimes investigator. She was an investigative and international affairs/war journalist for Fox News Digital for over fourteen years where she focused on warfare, terrorism, and crimes against humanity. Hollie has worked on the frontlines of several major war zones and covered humanitarian and diplomatic crises in Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Syria, Iran, Turkey, Yemen, Saudi Arabia, Burma, Russia, Africa, Latin America, and other areas. Her globally-spanned coverage, in the form of thousands of print articles and essays, has included exclusive and detailed interviews with numerous captured terrorists, as well as high-ranking government, military, and intelligence officials and leaders from all sides. She has spent considerable time embedded with US and foreign troops, conducted extensive interviews with survivors of torture, sex slavery, and forced child jihadist training, refugees, and internally displaced people to communicate the complexities of such catastrophes and war crimes on local populations. Hollie’s columns have additionally been featured in the Wall Street Journal and her writings referenced in innumerable mainstream publications and academic journals. Additionally, she has won numerous foreign press and humanitarian awards. She is acclaimed by her peers as one of the most diligent reports in her field. Qalo Babbel LMNT Better Help

2hr 47mins

24 May 2021

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Full Auto Friday - Round 54

Rapid-fire Q and A submitted from the listeners! A variety of topics with a five-minute time cap per answer, sometimes. 1. How do I balance my hatred for war with my appreciation and reverence for soldiers 2. I spend too much time thinking of/worrying about my sons' death, how can I stop thinking about these things 3. Can you be friends with people you are charged with leading 4. I am a terrible procrastinator, any advice or tips 5. What did you look for in a good BUD/s student and what makes a good Team guy Enjoy

45mins

21 May 2021

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Episode 181 - Josh Smith

Josh grew up in Lincoln, Montana on the edge of the Bob Marshall Wilderness. At the age of 11 Josh’s baseball coach, Rick Dunkerley began teaching him how to make knives. About a year later, Josh began putting a shop together at his home, and at the age of 12 he joined the American Bladesmith Society. Over the next few years, Josh began forging and honing his craft. At 15 years old, Josh passed the Journeyman bladesmith test in Atlanta, Georgia at the Blade Show. Josh became the youngest bladesmith to ever pass this test. The Journeyman test is a two part process. A test blade must be forged and heat treated with the capabilities to chop a 1” rope in half, 2- 2x4’s in half and then still shave hair. Once the cutting tests are done the blade must be able to bend 90 degrees in a vise without breaking. After passing the performance test the maker must present 5 knives to a panel of Mastersmith Judges. Each knife is examined closely to ensure the knife is made to the highest standard of craftsmanship. Josh continued to work on his craft and at the age of 19 he earned his Master Smith rating from the American Bladesmith Society. Josh was the youngest bladesmith to ever pass the Master Smith test. In 2002 Josh moved to Frenchtown, Montana where he now calls home. Josh and his wife Jessica live on a beautiful piece of property near the Clark Fork River where they own and operate the Montana Knife Company. Feals Allform Magic Spoon Headspace Acre Gold

2hr 35mins

17 May 2021

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Full Auto Friday - Round 53

Rapid-fire Q and A submitted from the listeners! A variety of topics with a five-minute time cap per answer, sometimes. 1. Is it worth pursuing a career that takes from me the things I value the most 2. How do you prepare for the death of a loved one 3. Do you think you could have done your previous job without the ability to "stuff your feelings down" 4. My dad is crazy, how do I have a healthy relationship with him 5. How to know when it is time to hang up the spurs Enjoy

42mins

14 May 2021

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