Current events, politics, and pop culture entertainment are called to duty by one former marine, a family man and indie filmmaker --and an award winning former competitive high power marksman and IT programmer analyst. Two points of view from two very different perspectives.
Robot Dog Kicking21/12/2016 Duração: 34min
Former Marine and indie filmmaker Jason Delgado & rifle marksman and documentary filmmaker, Dan Fiehtner, discuss 3d printing, the benefit and the cost of new technology, and what it may ultimately mean for the American way of life. Additive manufacturing and edible 3d cake printing just won't be the same when you add in a little robot dog kicking into the mix. What does this all mean? Listen to this episode and find out.
We are RIOT!14/12/2016 Duração: 32min
What is a riot? What is a protest? What are the diferences? Will a comet stream picked up by nemesis destroy our solar system and bring about Armageddon and destroy us all? Have we been throwing riots all our lives and simply not known about it? This and much more from former marine and indie filmmaker, Jason Delgado, & rifle marksman and documentary filmmaker, Dan Fiehtner.
The Black Knight07/12/2016 Duração: 32min
Former marine and indie filmmaker Jason Delgado teams with rifle marksman and documentary filmmaker Dan Fiehtner, to discuss the newest 8k technology and argue about excessive stop light phone usage. Do you want to know how much the President of the United States makes and how that money all breaks down? Has access to everything changed our thoughts and perspective on how truly violent the world is now in comparison to a time where immediate access did not exist? This and much more on this episode of Generation Merica.
An Olympic Gold Generation23/11/2016 Duração: 44min
We interview Roger Thrasher, the father of Ginny Thrasher, the first Olympic Gold medalist in Rio, and ask about the Olympics experience. Ginny Thrasher has won more than 20 USA Shooting and National Rifle Association records. She was named the top performer at the 2015 NCAA Championships after leading West Virginia University to the team title and winning individual titles in Smallbore and air rifle.
Shakespeare and Space16/11/2016 Duração: 43min
Interview with Mark Moran. Educated as an aerospace engineer at Virginia Tech Mark Moran spent years as an aerospace engineer supporting the Space Station development Mark worked for the Census Bureau and was the Unit Production Manager for a feature that starred A-lister George Takei from the original series Star Trek cast Directed first movie Blast & Whisper: Elijah's Story and is working on Yard Sale 411 a show about flea markets.
Ramadi Declassified09/11/2016 Duração: 35min
An interview with Colonel Tony Deane, author of Ramadi Declassified. COL. TONY DEANE, US ARMY (Retired) Colonel Tony Deane was commissioned in 1985 and has served in Armor and Cavalry units throughout his career. He was a tank platoon leader and executive officer in the 2nd Battalion, 37th Armor, Boblingen, Federal Republic of Germany, S3 Air, S4, and commander of A Company, 3rd Battalion, 69th Armor, as well as commander, Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 24th Infantry Division, Fort Stewart, Georgia. He served as the operations officer for the 2nd Squadron, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment (OPFOR) at Fort Irwin California, and commander, 1st Battalion, 35th Armor (Conquerors) in Baumholder, Germany, Camp Buehring, Kuwait, and Ramadi, Iraq. Other assignments include COG, Operations Group B, Battle Command Training Program, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, Senior Brigade Trainer (Mustang 07), Joint Multinational Training Center, Hohenfels, Germany, Professor of Military Science, Seton Hall University, South Orange, N
Cassimir Bridge02/11/2016 Duração: 48min
At NASA Kennedy Space Center, for nearly ten years Darren Beyer worked as a space shuttle experiment engineer. While there, he worked on the Hubble launch, as well as numerous space lab and other scientific missions. Experiments he was responsible for ranged from telescopes to frog life support. He conducted astronaut training, performed installations onboard the shuttle just prior to launch, and was part of the recovery crew following landing. Darren has had the honor of working onboard every space shuttle orbiter except Challenger. In late 1998, Darren left NASA to become an entrepreneur, and, after more than seventeen years, an author. He is a student of science and technology and is an instrument-rated private pilot.
Yoda for Every Generation26/10/2016 Duração: 57min
Today’s special guest is Nick Maley, creature effect make up artist for over 50 films, including Star Wars, and one of the makers of the original Yoda. Today he is promoting savingyoda.com, a project that aims to rebuild the practical Yoda and have him available for the anthology films. In 2014 he formed the Follow Your Star Foundation, a non-profit organization. In his own endearing way, he shared what he has learned about life and creating an artistic career, and unsurprisingly we could imagine him following Yoda’s sage advice, “Do, or do not. There is no try.” Originally published: Jan 6, 2016
A Villainous Generation19/10/2016 Duração: 54min
We interview former active duty and former criminal turned indie actor and icon Dave Vescio, who starred in Hick with Chloe Moretz and Eddie Redmayne. His upcoming film, Going to America, premiers in AMC Theaters on August 28th. Originally Published: August 26, 2015
Generation Gone Fisher House12/10/2016 Duração: 59min
We talk to veteran Navy CB Kerri Childress who grew up in a military family: mom was a marine, dad in the army. She is Vice President of Communications at Fisher House, who provides military families housing close to a loved one during hospitalization for an illness, disease or injury. Originally published: May 27, 2015
Half Baked Generation05/10/2016 Duração: 01h02min
Guest Arthur Livermore, Director of the American Alliance for Medical Cannabis, talks medical marijuana in Oregon and nationwide. Patrick Humphreys, childhood friend of Jason Delgado, is in-studio guest. Episode wraps up with They Made A Mistake, some positive stories, and a call to action. Originally Published: Mar 18, 2015
Survival by Coffee and Music28/09/2016 Duração: 57min
Prepper Survivor Jane teaches us about preparedness. We learn about health insurance for the VA and Vets. Guests include Mab Just Mab, ukulele performer and side show act, plus Bobby and Maggie Dunne perform live music inspired by the pain of soldier suicide on the family. Originally Published: Feb 4, 2015