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The Naval Institute is a private, not-for-profit educational institution whose mission is to provide an independent forum for those who dare to read, think, speak, and write to advance the professional, literary, and scientific understanding of sea power and other issues critical to global security.
 
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Remembering Midway
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Remembering the Battle of Midway is a four-part series spanning from the Doolittle Raid, to the significance of the Battle of Coral Sea and ending with the Battle of Midway. In each segment of this four-part series, you will hear from the historical and pivotal participants from this time period, such as Gen. James Doolittle and other memorable figures, we will also speak with present-day historians who will examine the significance of these three events in naval, army and air force history. ...
 
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Warrior Writers
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US Naval Institute Warrior Writers: a decade by decade podcast from the Naval Academy Museum on the influence of ideas on the development of the US Navy through the influence of both its intellectual and material capital. We will discuss the thinkers, leaders, politicians, and technical developments that each decade added in the building of the world's greatest navy.
 
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Jeremy Stöhs is an Austrian-American defense analyst at the Institute for Security Policy at Kiel University and its adjunct Center for Maritime Security & Strategy. I interviewed him about his new book “The Decline of European Naval Forces.” 1:28 – Jeremy talks about where his interest in history started. His parents were his first inspiration ...…
 
This week: Russian Diplomats are expelled from 20 countries, Kim Jong Un made a surprise visit to Beijing, and why the media is saying the world is getting ready for the New Cold War? Hi, I am Fabio and you are listening to “The F Word”. The biggest collective expulsion of diplomats in History. Is it legal? If you saw the news this week, you kn ...…
 
“The impacts of climate change are already cliff edges occurring in micro-locations all over the world. The whole notion that it’s at some distant future which is unknown to us quite how far it is—that’s just rubbish. If you look at coastal communities that are getting inundated right now, communities that were built on permafrost that are no l ...…
 
Gordy Hoffman is a screenwriter and director known for Dog Bowl (2015), Love Liza (2002), and A Coat of Snow (2005). Gordy is the founder of the BlueCat Screenplay Competition a contest designed for finding and fostering undiscovered writing talent. The winning screenplay from the 2005 competition, Balls Out: Gary the Tennis Coach was purchased ...…
 
Gordy Hoffman is a screenwriter and director known for Dog Bowl (2015), Love Liza (2002), and A Coat of Snow (2005). Gordy is the founder of the BlueCat Screenplay Competition a contest designed for finding and fostering undiscovered writing talent. The winning screenplay from the 2005 competition, Balls Out: Gary the Tennis Coach was purchased ...…
 
Ivan Williams is a partner and Scenario’s executive vice president of finance. After a successful career as a senior business leader at major energy companies (ARCO and BP), he has been active starting up a media technology company, and executive producing feature films, Broadway musicals, musical recordings, theatrical plays, and Web tv shows. ...…
 
Episode 11: Operation Torch: North Africa and the Allied Path to Victory In this podcast, independent scholar and naval historian Vincent O’Hara presents his award-winning book, Torch:North Africa and the Allied Path to Victory (Naval Institute Press, 2015). Operation Torch (November 1942), was an US-UK joint-amphibious invasion of five landing ...…
 
Listen to this audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to http://hotaudiobook.com/free Title: Harnessing the SkySubtitle: Frederick "Trap" Trapnell, the U.S. Navy's Aviation Pioneer, 1923-1952Author: Frederick M. Trapnell Jr., Dana Trapnell TibbittsNarrator: Patrick LawlorFormat: UnabridgedLength: 8 hrs and 51 minsLanguage: EnglishRelease date: ...…
 
Commencing in 2014, The Deming Institute has recorded podcasts on a monthly basis, featuring 20 to 30-minute interviews by Tripp Babbitt with members of the Deming Community who are advancing the use and explanations of Dr. Deming's ideas. In our July podcast, his first session with Tripp, Bill Cooper shares stories on his 11-year relationship ...…
 
The Battle of Guadalcanal, an air, land, and sea battle fought in the Pacific between August 7th and February 9th of 1942, was the first major offensive of WWII that tested American land forces vs. the Japanaese Imperial Army. It was a hard, brutal conflict for the 15,000 US Marines and 20,000 Japanese that were sent there, fought in an unforgi ...…
 
Workers of the DİSK Confederation at the Gezi Park protests. The tag says “Tayyip, this is the beginning of the end” Since 2002, when the Party of Development and Justice (AKP) seized power in Turkey, the relationship between state institutions and unions has changed toward polarization and fragmentation. The increasing interference of the gove ...…
 
This talk was recorded live during the Prolonged Field Care Pre-Conference Lab during the Special Operations Medicine and Scientific Assembly(SOMSA). Dr. Geir Strandenes is a founding member of the THOR(tactical Hemostasis, Oxygenation and Resuscitation) Group, the Senior Medical Officer of the Norwegian Naval Special Operations and a Researche ...…
 
This episode is dedicated to all the courageous soldiers and sailors who gave their lives for freedom. (#THE BATTLE OF MIDWAY) #WWII #Navy #Enterprise #Yorktown #History #Midway By May of 1942 Germany had occupied Europe and was attempting to bomb England into submission. Japan had attacked the US Naval Base at Pearl Harbor just months before a ...…
 
Among the many activities undertaken by communicators, communicating across diverse cultures is one of the most perilous. Communicators, like anybody else, bring cultural biases to their work, many of which they are unaware since all of us begin internalizing the norms of our own cultures even before we learn to walk and talk. Yet the ability t ...…
 
John N. Valentine III, SFC (Ret) was born at Great Lakes ILL, Naval Hospital. His father was a Naval Officer; he grew up all over the United States. SFC Valentine entered the Army on 11 Sep 90 and retired after 20 years and 20 days of service on 30 Sep 2010; he attended Basic Training at Ft Leonardwood MO, where he also attended his first Advan ...…
 
“I leveraged the skills that I learned in the Marine Corps, and literally I just started kicking in doors. When I got to New York I had to figure it out and I had to figure it out quickly. Again, it was all about establishing that network. I called people, I learned from them. And I started to whittle down exactly what I wanted to do... There a ...…
 
The secret of success in war time is our ability to communicate rapidly and create shared consciousness, and this also applies to business. How can you create this mindset among everyone in an organization? How did 9/11 change the military? What are the new levels of understanding the military needs? On this episode, we are joined by McChrystal ...…
 
Kristin Arnold on the Top 1% Sellers Podcast Welcome to the Top 1% Sellers Podcast My guest in this episode Kristin Arnold, Kristin is an award-winning author of several books including: Boring to Bravo: Proven Presentation Techniques to Engage, Involve, and Inspire Your Audience to Action http://amzn.to/2s5HOvB http://www.extraordinaryteam.com ...…
 
2030 is as close to us today as 2004, only 13 years. As we look at various ways to maintain a Navy at t level at which we have become accustomed, the People’s Liberation Army Navy of China is building step by step as their economic power and global influence grows. The world will see a dramatically different PLAN in 2030 relative to now, and as ...…
 
Ned Kenney (Dartmouth '10) interviews Jim Matthews, a software developer and Dartmouth employee from 1987 to 2001 who played a central role in the creation of Blitzmail (aka "Blitz"), writing its Mac client. (Mac client = the program you used a bajillion times if you attended Dartmouth in the era of public Blitz terminals and weren't afraid of ...…
 
“Emerging from the Darkness: The End of the Drug War and the Rise of Recovery” was presented on April 20, 2017, by Dr. Kevin T. McCauley, MD; co-founder of the Institute on Addiction Study; writer of the award-winning DVD “Pleasure Unwoven” and the DVD “Memo To Self.” Not only have the ships for which we have waited for so long appeared on the ...…
 
Dr. Hugenot is a semi-retired, Naval Architect & Marine Engineer. He holds a Doctorate of Science in Mechanical Engineering, and is a nationally recognized expert in physics & engineering science. After surviving a near-death experience in 1970, he has made a 45 year, scientific study of consciousness survival and evidential mediumship. He now ...…
 
Dr. Herman du Toit discusses one of the beast known artists among members of the LDS Church, 19th Century Danish painter, Carl Bloch. His works are nearly ubiquitous, but his role is much more pervasive than the reduced size depictions that are common in magazines and manuals. Christ and Child (1873) by Carl Bloch (Danish, 1834-1890). Oil on Ca ...…
 
Theodore Roosevelt once famously said, "Speak softly and carry a big stick," in reference to his stance on foreign policy. Today, many Americans - wary of waging another war and maintaining a military presence abroad - question this approach. But given the threats posed in today’s increasingly dangerous and nuclearized world, can the US afford ...…
 
Most accounts about the naval battles of the First World War focus upon the stalemate between the British Grand Fleet and the German High Seas Fleet, or the German raiders who attempted to disrupt Allied commerce. In Securing the Narrow …
 
Most accounts about the naval battles of the First World War focus upon the stalemate between the British Grand Fleet and the German High Seas Fleet, or the German raiders who attempted to disrupt Allied commerce. In Securing the Narrow …
 
Most accounts about the naval battles of the First World War focus upon the stalemate between the British Grand Fleet and the German High Seas Fleet, or the German raiders who attempted to disrupt Allied commerce. In Securing the Narrow …
 
Most accounts about the naval battles of the First World War focus upon the stalemate between the British Grand Fleet and the German High Seas Fleet, or the German raiders who attempted to disrupt Allied commerce. In Securing the Narrow …
 
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