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Welcome to episode 60 of The Hangar Z Podcast. In this episode we talk with an American patriot Ray Freeman, who served our country as a pilot in the US Army flying a huge variety of airframes to include the OH58 and the Blackhawk. During our conversation Ray unpacks his military aviation career which includes his involvement in the rescue mission …
 
In this episode we sit down with the man who co-founded a company that was instrumental in developing technology for flight crews that has led to the apprehension of countless criminals across the world. Churchill Navigation’s Augmented Reality mapping System has also helped TFO’s of all levels increase their skill set and situational awareness whi…
 
In this month's episode, J/Aangoo and J/Leelloo are joined by an eminent figure in the history of the Oromo liberation struggle, Abbaa Caalaa Lataa, a founding member of the Oromo Liberation Front (OLF), to discuss his recently published autobiography entitled “Abbaa Caalaa Lataa: Jireenya fi Qabsoo ABO”, which translates to “Abbaa Caalaa Lataa: My…
 
In this episode we get to sit down and chat with Zoey Schade. Zoey is a Navy vet who served on the Aircraft carrier USS Abraham, and is now a commercially rated helicopter pilot serving CBP Air and Marine as a Aviation Enforcement Agent also known as a TFO. During our conversation she talks about the great experience she had serving in the Navy as …
 
The Hangar Z Podcast had the honor of being asked by ECHO Heliops to join them at their national public safety aviation conference to Podcast from the convention floor in Austin Texas. In this episode we chat with Terry Miyauchi from Bell Flight. Terry retired from Arizona DPS as their Aviation Commander and is now with Bell Flight assisting public…
 
The Hangar Z Podcast had the honor of being asked by ECHO Heliops to join them at their national public safety aviation conference to Podcast from the convention floor in Austin Texas. In this episode we chat with Dr. Amanda Ventura who is an emergency physician in Houston, Texas. We had to work some dark magic to resurrect this episode as the hard…
 
The Hangar Z Podcast had the honor of being asked by ECHO Heliops to join them at their national public safety aviation conference to Podcast from the convention floor in Austin Texas. In this episode we chat with Dave Callen and Rob Munday from SR3. We had the opportunity to interview Dave in episode 25 so check out that episode if you haven't alr…
 
The Hangar Z Podcast had the honor of being asked by ECHO Heliops to join them at their national public safety aviation conference to Podcast from the convention floor in Austin Texas. In this episode we chat with Michelle Kline. Michelle is a flight nurse and has been in the EMS industry for 24 years. We talk with Michelle about the course she tea…
 
The Hangar Z Podcast had the honor of being asked by ECHO Heliops to join them at their national public safety aviation conference to Podcast from the convention floor in Austin Texas. In this episode we chat with the ECHO F.A.S.T Team (Flight crew Assistance & Support Team) from the conference floor. The FAST team is a peer support program develop…
 
The Hangar Z Podcast had the honor of being asked by ECHO Heliops to join them at their national public safety aviation conference to Podcast from the convention floor in Austin Texas. In this episode we chat with the ECHO executive board from the conference floor. During the conversation we talk about the mission of ECHO Heliops, the conference an…
 
Live......Episode 50 which is also our second anniversary episode of the Hangar Z podcast We thought it would be fitting to bring on the man who inspired the inception of The Hangar Z Mr. Ghetto Bird Pirate himself Scott Hebble. Scott is a Super Puma search and rescue pilot for the LA County Sheriff's Department. Scott has worked his way from patro…
 
The Hangar Z Podcast had the honor of being asked by the Airborne Public Safety Association (APSA) to join them at their national conference (APSCON) to Podcast from the convention floor in Reno Nevada. In this episode we chat kinda live from the conference floor with Ryan Mason from Aerial Fire Magazine. During the episode we talk about Aerial Fir…
 
The Hangar Z Podcast had the honor of being asked by the Airborne Public Safety Association (APSA) to join them at their national conference (APSCON) to Podcast from the convention floor in Reno Nevada. In this episode we chat kinda live from the conference floor with Matthew Stanton and Senior Constable TFO Gabriel Gamboa. The audio on Gabe’s mic …
 
The Hangar Z Podcast had the honor of being asked by the Airborne Public Safety Association (APSA) to join them at their national conference (APSCON) to Podcast from the convention floor in Reno Nevada. In this episode we chat kinda live from the conference floor with Terry Palmer. Terry is ASPS’s newest Training Program Manager During our conversa…
 
The Hangar Z Podcast had the honor of being asked by the Airborne Public Safety Association (APSA) to join them at their national conference (APSCON) to Podcast from the convention floor in Reno Nevada. In this episode we chat kinda live from the conference floor with Nick Minx. Nick is the owner of Tactical Flying and is a wealth of information. D…
 
The Hangar Z Podcast had the honor of being asked by the Airborne Public Safety Association (APSA) to join them at their national conference (APSCON) to Podcast from the convention floor in Reno Nevada. In this episode we chat kinda live from the conference floor with our good friend Clay Lacey. During our conversation Clay talks about his experien…
 
The Hangar Z Podcast had the honor of being asked by the Airborne Public Safety Association (APSA) to join them at their national conference (APSCON) to Podcast from the convention floor in Reno Nevada. In this episode we chat kinda live from the conference floor with APSA CEO & Executive Director Dan Schwarzbach and APSA President Richard Bray. To…
 
The Hangar Z Podcast had the honor of being asked by the Airborne Public Safety Association (APSA) to join them at their national conference (APSCON) to Podcast from the convention floor in Reno Nevada. In this episode we chat kinda live from the conference floor with Bryan Smith. This is our first ever in person interview. To keep the spirit of th…
 
In this episode, your hosts Jaal Leelloo and Jaal Aangoo are joined again by Dr Trevor Trueman, director of the Oromia Support Group, to discuss the recent spate of massacres in Oromia, and how such atrocities are systematically used to propagate disingenuous narratives that serve anti-Oromo agendas. Dr Trueman describes the pattern of disinformati…
 
Welcome to episode 42 of the Hangar Z Podcast. In this episode we sit down and chat with Arizona Department of Public Safety State Trooper Flight Medic Michael Allen. Michael began his public safety career as a firefighter. During his fire service career, he rose to the rank of captain and became an expert in all things rescue. Like most of us Mich…
 
Episode 41 is live with Rob Purdy a 26-year Army aviator and pilot with Life Flight in Houston Texas. In with this episode, we chat with American patriot and US Army veteran Rob Purdy. Rob has over 6500 flight hours in a variety of airframes but most notably in the Cobra, the Apache and the Airbus H145. During our conversation he talks about becomi…
 
We are proud to announce episode 40. In this episode we chat with Nick Nguyen from San Diego PD and Robert Ochoa from the Riverside County Sheriffs Department. Nick founded the First Responders Whiskey Society which is a non profit 501(c)(3) charity. They provide support and honor the fallen for those in public safety through spirits. I was introdu…
 
Today’s episode is dedicated to honoring and celebrating the life of Dr. Fido Taddesse Ebba, a beloved leader and freedom fighter, and a co-founder of the Oromo Liberation Front, who passed away on the 1st May 2022. We are joined by special guest Jaal Xaha Abdi, also a founding member of the Oromo Liberation Front, and close friend of Dr. Fido, to …
 
Welcome to episode 39 of the Hangar Z podcast. In this episode we chat with Travis Tinsey from Airbus and Mike Calhoun who is the chief pilot for a Southern California sheriffs agency that has flown their H145 for just over one year. When they received the H145 I was curious to see what they thought one year later so here we are. During this episod…
 
Celia's here, and she's been plugging away on the Festival circuit, like a movie robot, beep click and all that. But first we talk about The Northman (sort of!) and then we talk about Letterboxd (why not!) and then it's comic book time (yes ma'am!), before closing it out with Johnnie To's Throwdown. Promises are made!…
 
In this episode we chat with Coast Guard pilot Wryan Webb. Wryan is a graduate of the Coast Guard academy and is currently stationed in beautiful Alaska. During this episode we chat about the admissions process and life at the Coast Guard Academy. We talk about the unique role of the US coast guard. Wryan also talks about the challenges of flying i…
 
Tucker is joined by Tessa Strain and Geoff Lapid to talk about Michael Bay's Ambulance, which may not have performed as well as some hoped at the box office, but performed extremely well in Tucker's heart--and that's the only metric that matters! We're also blessed with some hot takes on cold violence, with the Los Angeles duo explaining why, in fa…
 
Today, J/Aangoo and J/Leelloo are joined by entrepreneur extraordinaire Lamme Yousouf, founder and owner of the lifestyle brand OromoWear, to talk all about the brand, entrepreneurship, fashion as a form of resistance and expression of identity, and how a business like OromoWear fits into the Oromo national struggle for liberation. A spontaneous an…
 
This week, your hosts Jaal Aangoo and Jaal Leelloo discuss the current escalation of war in Oromia, which is happening as a result of the recent declaration by the Ethiopian regime that they are on a mission to wipe out the Oromo Liberation Army in 30 days. April 15th is the annual commemoration of Oromo Martyrs Day, or Guyyaa Gootota Oromoo, and i…
 
Hanging with the crew from the Brotallion and hosts of the Pilot's Lounge Podcast! Join us as we sit down and chat with Spencer Payne and Brett Kroll, two Army Aviators who are founding members of the Brotallion. Brotallion is a veteran-owned company that provides military aviation-inspired apparel, gear, study material, and mentorship for aviators…
 
In this episode, Jaal Aangoo and Jaal Leelloo are rejoined by Dr Awol Allo, to discuss what the invasion of Ukraine by Russia has taught us about how the international community, and particularly the West, relates to and responds to resistance movements against imperialism and movements for democratization in different parts of the world, and how t…
 
Join us in the Hangar for episode 35 as we sit down and chat with former law enforcement pilot, turned utility helicopter pilot, Brad Isaacs. Listen in as Brad walks us through his aviation journey, which started in his teens, with the support of his parents. He then charted a path into the cockpit of a law enforcement helicopter, where he flew for…
 
In this episode, Celia and Morgan valiantly attempt to keep the podcast on the rails, but Tucker has been isolating himself proving once again that outside of Soprano's, there no such thing as the Golden Age of Television. But when they do get him back to movies, there's only one movie allowed: THE BATMAN. Maxwell Wolkin and Tucker trade favorite m…
 
It's Black History Month in the USA, and in this episode, we want to honor and recognize Black activism globally, particularly the African American civil rights movement. For this occasion, we are joined by special guest Professor Asafa Jalata, who authored the book “Fighting Against the Injustice of the State and Globalization: Comparing the Afric…
 
Before we introduce our next guest and episode we would like we would like to formally announce our newest Podcast sponsor Metro Aviation. We are extremely proud and humbled to partner with such a high caliber company that contributes so much to the aviation industry. This episode is dedicated to Officer Nick Villa from Huntington Beach PD Air Supp…
 
This week, your hosts Jaal Maroo and Jaal Aangoo are rejoined by Jaal Qaxalee, to discuss the overwhelming crises that are currently taking place across Oromia, and the worsening plight of Oromo refugees who are detained in Saudi Arabia. Jaal Qaxalee explains the factors that are causing the suffering of Oromo people to intensify, both in Oromia an…
 
We would like to thank ECHO Heliops for sponsoring this episode of the Hangar Z Podcast. In this episode we chat with Sid Bingley and Ty Le Roy who are part of a HEMS crew who work for Carillon Life-Guard Crew in Virginia. Sid is a flight nurse and Ty is a pilot currently flying the H135. Ty previously flew Apache attack helicopters for the Army. I…
 
This week, Celia, Morgan and Tucker are joined by Matt Seneca to talk about Robert Altman and his 70s standard: Nashville. We also spend some time with Licorice Pizza in Tucker's attempt to deliver an even worse take than the bad one circulating (he nails it! whoops!) but for the most part we'll are just happy to talk Tennessee. Is that lady Britis…
 
IJA OROMIA (meaning The Eye of Oromia) is an international organization focused on providing in-depth reporting on human rights violations in the Oromia state of Ethiopia. In this episode we were joined by Omar, a team member from the organization, to discuss more about their operations and reporting. Listen and let us know what you think at (+1) 4…
 
In this episode we talk with CHP pilot Kevin Vinatieri. Kevin's aviation career began with the California Army National Guard when he joined the early enlistment program while still in high school. Kevin served as an OH-58 crew chief and became a UH-60 Blackhawk pilot serving with the 126th Medevac Company at Mather Field in Sacramento California. …
 
In today's episode, your hosts Jaal Maroo and Jaal Aangoo discuss the recent release of Oromo political prisoners belonging to the Oromo Federalist Congress (OFC) party leadership, after 18 months of wrongful imprisonment. We discuss the motivations behind the Ethiopian regime's sudden decision to release some prominent political prisoners while ke…
 
Happy belated New Year, and Merry Christmas to everyone. We are excited to be back from our Christmas break. In this episode we talk with Joel Lane. Joel retired from the US Forest Service after 40 years of service. The first half of his career was spent on the ground working as a Hot Shot and Engine Captain. The second half of his career he spent …
 
In this episode, your usual cohosts Jaal Maroo & Jaal Aangoo get a head start on commemorating WBO Day/Guyyaa WBO, which will take place on Jan 1, 2022. We were fortunate to be joined by returning guest Jaal Meessaa and new guest (but long-time friend of the show) Kayo Beshir, who shared with us some of the important fundraising efforts they are wo…
 
In one corner, it's Benedict Campion. In the other? Delroy Lindo with the cheapest fake mustache you've ever seen. While you'll never be forced to choose between one Netflix movie versus another, we're still throwing them into the ring. Blame Sloane Leong, who is here for the ride, and refuses to honor the term "revisionist Western" with anything t…
 
Join us as we talk with Cody Zetlmaier, who is currently assigned to the US Bureau of Land Management's Apple Valley Helitack. He was previously assigned to the U.S. Forest Service Heaps Peak Helitack out of the San Bernardino National Forest. Cody has spent a lot of time as a Hot Shot assigned to the Big Bear Hot Shots also out of the San Bernardi…
 
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