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Broken Arrow – Response to a Nuclear Weapons Accident

Sunday, May 24th, 2020

This 1980 informational film was produced by the Air Force to depict a Defense Nuclear Agency (now Defense Threat Reduction Agency) training exercise based on a nuclear weapons accident scenario and the steps that would be taken from the time of the incident to D+7.

Julie Golob, Modern Day Wonder Woman, Joins the “It’s Federal Season” Podcast

Saturday, May 16th, 2020

ANOKA, Minnesota – May 14, 2020 – She sets shooting records.  She has served the United States.  She is on the front lines of protecting your 2nd Amendment rights.  And that’s only half of the hats Julie Golob wears.  Find out how she balances all her duties and the Federal products she uses and trusts on this episode of “It’s Federal Season.”   

Episode No. 8 – Modern Day Wonder Woman

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“I find Julie to be one of the most positive voices and leaders in the hunting and shooting industry,” says Jason Vanderbrink, President of Federal Ammunition.  “Her passion for our industry is only surpassed by the energy she spends to improve people’s skills and knowledge about guns, ammunition, and proper technique.”  This half hour is packed with her life story, influences, her accomplishments, and thoughts on how to maximize a day at the range as well as the importance of our 2nd Amendment rights.  It is one of the best half hours of content found on any medium.

In the Tech Talk segment, Julie Golob stays on for a personal defense discussion with topics ranging from testing your CCW gear at home during the COVID-19 crisis to products she relies on and trusts in her guns.  Before signing off, find out what promotions are available for consumers to buy Federal products and merchandise.  Look for more episodes at www.federalpremium.com or where you find your favorite podcasts.     

Federal ammunition can be found at dealers nationwide or purchased online direct from Federal. For more information on all products from Federal or to shop online, visit www.federalpremium.com.

“No Ordinary Dog” – The Tale of a K9 and his Handler in Naval Special Warfare

Tuesday, April 21st, 2020

“No Ordinary Dog” is the amazing story of a K9 and his Handler in who served in Naval Special Warfare.

Navy SEAL Will Chesney covers his military training and service with particular attention on his becoming a Naval Special Warfare K9 Handler beginning in 2008 after six years in the Teams. His new partner was named Cairo who did everything right alongside his human counterparts. Unfortunately, that included being shot on one operation.

Although Cairo looks like a house pet, this military working dog served on numerous raids and is famous for participating in Operation Neptune Spear at Chesney’s side. A lot has been written about Cairo’s role in the mission to kill bin Laden and a lot has been wrong. “No Ordinary Dog” sets the record straight.

After the raid, they both stayed with the Command, with Cairo serving as a backup dog and Chesney returning to his role as an Operator. Unfortunately, Chesney was injured in combat in 2013, suffering a brain injury and PTSD. Traditional medicine gave little relief to his list of ailments which included migraines, chronic pain, memory issues, and depression. Teaming back up with Cairo proved cathartic for Chesney as he began to heal himself and step up to help others.

About the Authors

During his service as a SEAL, Will Chesney was awarded the Silver Star and Purple Heart. Now he helps his fellow veterans who suffer from traumatic brain injuries.

Co-Author Joe Lauren an award-winning journalist and writer who helped Will Chesney tell the story. His books include the New York Times bestseller “As You Wish: Inconceivable Tales from the Making of the Princess Bride”.

Get your copy (ebook or hardbound) at www.amazon.com.

Richard Mann Launches the Empty Cases Podcast

Wednesday, April 1st, 2020

PRINCETON, WV, April 1, 2020 – The Empty-Cases Podcast, which features stories about shooters, soldiers, lawmen, hunters, and outdoor enthusiasts, is now live. In 2008, Richard Mann launched the Empty-Cases blog. It has become one of the most trusted Internet sources for educational and entertaining content related to firearms and the outdoors. Combined, the companion social media channels for Empty-Cases have thousands of followers. With the growing popularity of podcasts, and Richard Mann’s insatiable desire to tell stories, it only made sense for there to be a weekly Empty-Cases Podcast.

Sponsored by Wilson Combat and Timney Triggers, unlike other gun and outdoor related podcasts, the Empty-Cases Podcast focuses on people. Each episode takes a deep dive into the life of one of someone who has made a name for themselves in the outdoors or with firearms. And, in keeping with the Empty-Cases, it’s all about the shot, theme, each guest will answer three questions:

1. What was the best shot you ever made.

2. What was the worst shot you ever made.

3. Where did you get or who gave you, your shot or big break.

The Empty-Cases Podcast can be found on multiple podcast directories and multiple episodes are already available for download. The podcast and all current episodes are also accessible at, www.empty-cases.com and podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/empty-cases-podcast/id1504715710

ABOUT RICHARD MANN

Born and raised in West Virginia, Richard has hunted from the Montana mountains to the green hills of Africa. He has a military, law enforcement, firearms instructing, and competitive shooting background, and has authored or edited five books. He currently contributes to a variety of gun and outdoor magazines and is the Executive Producer of the reality hunting drama, WILDCraft, which is available for streaming on Amazon Prime. Richard lives on his shooting range in West Virginia with the most understanding wife in the world, their kids, and a very protective Rhodesian Ridgeback.

Panteao Productions Launches Make Ready with the Experts Podcast

Tuesday, March 31st, 2020

Columbia, SC, March 30, 2020 – Panteao Productions is happy to announce the debut of the Make Ready with the Experts Podcast. Each episode will feature firearms instructors from the Panteao cadre, industry professionals and the team from Panteao talking about what is going on in the world today. In addition, Season 1 will feature documentary specials taken from the Make Ready archive. The History of Walther, The Life and Legacy of Jeff Cooper and the real story of Black Hawk Down are all on tap for this first wave of episodes. 

The podcast series is filmed with the same attention to detail as Panteao’s firearms training videos. Each interview is filmed in a multi-camera format in both 6K and 4K resolution and delivered in 4K Ultra HD and HD resolution to our audience. The video version of our podcast is available to Panteao subscribers via a PC or Mac, on a smartphone or tablet using the Panteao Make Ready app, or on television with the Panteao Make Ready channel on Roku, Amazon Fire TV and Apple TV.

For the audio only version of our podcast, you can visit the Panteao website or listen in on iTunes, Google Play, Podbean and Stitcher. The podcast will be available on additional platforms soon.

Make Ready with the Experts Podcast can be found at:

Panteao website: panteao.com/product/make-ready-podcast

iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/make-ready-with-the-experts/id1504327073

Google Play: play.google.com/music/m/Ilq3mnliexfxmtpu6h6lh3jhhja?t=Make_Ready_with_the_Experts

PodBean: www.podbean.com/ea/pb-vut97-d72031

Stitcher: www.stitcher.com/s?fid=516904&refid=asa

Nuclear Survival: What Are the Odds?

Sunday, March 8th, 2020

This 1982 TV special on nuclear preparedness was produced by a local station in the Jacksonville, FL area. Co-hosted by longtime WJXT anchors Tom Wills and Deborah Gianoulis, the special covers the Freeze movement and city planning for an attack. There’s even a segment on Survivalists.

Watch the video at kaltura.uga.edu.






This Is The Blackhorse

Sunday, March 1st, 2020

This 1985 film was produced by the 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment, known as the Blackhorse Regiment, to showcase their work patrolling the Inter-German Border during the height of the Cold War.






BCM The Capability II

Tuesday, February 25th, 2020

Hartland, WI – February 25, 2020 – the second chapter of the BCM Original Series, The Capability is now in the wild. Northern Red Instructors and students conduct a high risk capture exercise in a simulated semi-permissive setting. Employing small unit tactics, the force conducts a vehicle interdiction and then counter ambush procedures, using fire and maneuver to evade and escape enemy pursuit teams.

Staffed exclusively with US Army Special Operations combat veterans, Northern Red specializes in developing core skills, application of skills and cultural transformations of law enforcement and security forces at a metro and national level.BCM has partnered with Northern Red to provide the most reliable weapon systems possible, required for high-risk zero fail missions.

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