This week’s one hour radio broadcast is pre-recorded.

Host Jim Fausone Interviews:

  • Rob O’Neill, Navy Seal and co-author of “The Way Forward”
  • Tom Clavin, co-author “To the Uttermost Ends of the Earth”

Rob O’Neill, Navy Seal Team Two, Four and Six

The Way Forward Rob ONeill Dakota MeyerRob O’Neill and Dakota Meyer are two of the most decorated and recognized US service members: O’Neill killed the world’s most wanted man, Osama bin Laden, and Meyer is the first living Marine to receive the Medal of Honor since the Vietnam War. Combining the best of military memoirs and straight-talking self-help, “The Way Forward” alternates between O’Neill and Meyer’s perspectives, looking back with humor at even the darkest war stories, and sharing lessons they learned along the way.

“The Way Forward” presents O’Neill and Meyer’s philosophy in combat and life. This isn’t a book about the glory of war and combat, but one about facing your enemies: Your thoughts, doubts, boredom and regrets.

Gritty and down-to-earth, O’Neill tells their stories with candor and vulnerability to help readers handle stress, tackle their biggest obstacles, and exceed their expectations of themselves while keeping life’s battles in perspective with a sense of humor. Rob O’Neill discusses with host Jim Fausone the life lessons learned as a Navy Seal.

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Civil War Naval History and The Alabama of the South

Uttermost Ends of the Earth Tom Clavin co-wrote “To The Uttermost Ends of the Earth” the epic hunt for the South’s most feared ship and greatest sea battle of the Civil War. Tom explains how the South built the Alabama and its 3-year reign of terror on merchant ships headed to the North. The Alabama sailed 75,000 miles and captured 66 ships. The naval history of both the North and the South is revealed. The two captains, Semmes and Winslow, are central figures and are discussed by Clavin.

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