Presumptive Update, Apparel Made in the USA, Ranger Puckett and Military Slang

Hosted by Jim Fausone

 3 New Presumptive CONDITIONs Approved for Agent Orange Exposure

  1.  Bladder Cancer
  2. Hypothyroidism
  3. Parkinsonism

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Authentically American

Authentically American LogoIn 2017, Dean Wegner created Authentically American® to help bring manufacturing jobs back to America by selling premium, competitively priced, apparel that is ALL Made in USA, no exceptions.  His expertise in the apparel industry, coupled with his passion for America, provided all the incentive he needed to create a brand that aims to set the universally accepted standard for premium American made merchandise, while delivering a significant impact on US job creation.

“We have found the common thread with our customers to be  their support for USA made merchandise and American manufacturing.

If you are looking for your new favorite polo, the perfect tee to outfit your team, or branded merchandise reach out to us! By ordering from us you, your business, school, or non-profit organization will be wearing the new American brand reinforcing your patriotism, showing support for American industry, and honoring our Veterans and First Responders.  “

Recent Medal of Honor – Col. Puckett  – Korea, Rangers

puckett_ from army.milLt. Col. John Lock (ret) talks about Medal of Honor recipient US Army Ranger Col. Ralph Puckett (ret) for his exploits in Korea and the 18 year process to have his Distinguished Service Cross (DSC) upgraded to the Medal of Honor.

Image from For the full details of Colonel Puckett’s military service in Korea AND Vietnam, you can read the whole article here.

Military Slang Explained

On a lighter note, USAF veteran Joe Neussendorfer talks military slang.  He translates and explains the terms Grunts, POGS, Scrambled Eggs, “sparks, farts and darts”  & SOS.  Joe once again provides an insightful and amusing discussion with host Jim Fausone on military terms and slang.

Military Slang

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