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History of the Marine Corps

Jun 11, 2020

In this episode, I sit with Raymond Lott, better known as the Marine Rapper. If you don’t follow him on social media, you should. This guy is driven, and I wanted to bring him on board to talk about his time in the Marine Corps and his journey to becoming the Marine Rapper. He served with the First Marine Division as...

Jun 3, 2020

Katie is the first female Blue Angel pilot and flew the illustrious C-130, affectionately known as Fat Albert. She has a fantastic story about her time in Afghanistan. I had a great time speaking with Katie. I hope you enjoy! Follow her on Twitter and Instagram.


May 29, 2020

This episode gets into a few battles. We’ll briefly talk about the Army’s failure to invade Canada and move into a famous battle at sea involving the Constitution and the Guerriere.

May 18, 2020

This episode gets into the War of 1812. As with all other wars, we’ll start by discussing why the United States declared war with Great Britain. We’ll get into some politics, policies, American public opinion, and cover what the Marine Corps has been up to after Presley O’Bannon and his Marines left Derne.

Apr 23, 2020

We’ll tie a bow on the Tripolitan War and take a look at how key players handled life after peace. This episode also discusses how the American public, and some members of Congress, felt about Lear’s decision for peace. We’ll finish up with some stats and a quick look at how the world started to see United States...