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Never forget William Blake Marston! #LLTB

FAILURE ALWAYS REPRESENTS AN OPPORTUNITY: Losing and quitting are two different things. Never confuse one for the other. Remember one is acceptable and the other unforgivable. Don’t beat yourself up after a loss. Failing is okay as long as you learn from the experience. You have simply paid for a lesson with your mind, body, money, or time. Figure out why you failed and learn from it. These are the lessons in life that are the most valuable. Fail, screw up, and make lots mistakes....just avoid failing in the same way twice at all costs. #recon #sniper #sarc #cso #reconsniper #scoutsniper #specialamphibiousreconnaissancecorpsman #msob #ReconSniperFoundation #usmc #marine #headhunter #skills #life #liveright #diewell #rulenumber1 #sof #socom #lifelessons #marsoc #recondo #forcerecon #crossfit #fitness #soflete #dieliving #pool #swim

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GRP 85- On for this week's podcast is retired Navy Special Amphibious Reconnaissance Corpsman (SARC), and the host of "The Dangerzone" podcast @danielthebarbarian . SARC's are highly trained Special Operations Medical personnel who deploy mainly with the Force Reconnaissance companies and the Marine Raiders. There have been instances where SARC's have deployed with Naval Special Warfare Teams and Army Special Operations Teams. SARC's are trained as amphibious special operations personnel going through various schooling alongside Recon Marines to include: Army Basic Airborne School, Marine Combatant Diver school, Amphibious Reconnaissance Corpsman Course, and the Special Operations Combat Medicine Course.

Dan continued on to complete the second half of the Special Operations Medical Course that typically only the Green Beret Medics complete. SEALs and SARC's will also complete the full course to become Independent Duty Corpsman, but only the senior Corpsman go through the rest of the course. We talked about Dan running Village Stability Operations (VSO) in Afghanistan during his deployment with the Raider Battalion, and how that type of mission is incredibly complex as it requires the war fighter to play the role of a diplomat and warrior. Dan was wounded during an attack in Afghanistan resulting in a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). We discussed TBI in some detail which is a topic I plan to cover extensively in future episodes.
0:00-Intro

11:00-SARC Pipeline

13:30-Special Operations Combat Medicine Course
16:28-SARC employment
17:34-Force Recon Battalion, Marine Raider Battalion

19:16-Independent Duty Corpsman

21:14-Prolonged Field Care
26:49-The positive effects of 15 years of war for trauma medicine in the United States

39:03-Village Stability Operations (VSO)

58:13-Running operations in Afghanistan, wounded in Afghanistan, Traumatic Brain Injury.
1:31:00-Outro #GlobalReconPodcast #SARC #Corpsman #TheDangerZone #DanBrown #CombatMedicine #TBI #TCCC #BrainInjury #TraumaMedicine #Medic #Afghanistan #MarineRaider #ForceRecon

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GRP 85- On for this week's podcast is retired Navy Special Amphibious Reconnaissance Corpsman (SARC), and the host of "The Dangerzone" podcast @danielthebarbarian . SARC's are highly trained Special Operations Medical personnel who deploy mainly with the Force Reconnaissance companies and the Marine Raiders. There have been instances where SARC's have deployed with Naval Special Warfare Teams and Army Special Operations Teams. SARC's are trained as amphibious special operations personnel going through various schooling alongside Recon Marines to include: Army Basic Airborne School, Marine Combatant Diver school, Amphibious Reconnaissance Corpsman Course, and the Special Operations Combat Medicine Course.

Dan continued on to complete the second half of the Special Operations Medical Course that typically only the Green Beret Medics complete. SEALs and SARC's will also complete the full course to become Independent Duty Corpsman, but only the senior Corpsman go through the rest of the course. We talked about Dan running Village Stability Operations (VSO) in Afghanistan during his deployment with the Raider Battalion, and how that type of mission is incredibly complex as it requires the war fighter to play the role of a diplomat and warrior. Dan was wounded during an attack in Afghanistan resulting in a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). We discussed TBI in some detail which is a topic I plan to cover extensively in future episodes.
0:00-Intro

11:00-SARC Pipeline

13:30-Special Operations Combat Medicine Course
16:28-SARC employment
17:34-Force Recon Battalion, Marine Raider Battalion

19:16-Independent Duty Corpsman

21:14-Prolonged Field Care
26:49-The positive effects of 15 years of war for trauma medicine in the United States

39:03-Village Stability Operations (VSO)

58:13-Running operations in Afghanistan, wounded in Afghanistan, Traumatic Brain Injury.
1:31:00-Outro #GlobalReconPodcast #SARC #Corpsman #TheDangerZone #DanBrown #CombatMedicine #TBI #TCCC #BrainInjury #TraumaMedicine #Medic #Afghanistan #MarineRaider #ForceRecon

Search Global Recon Podcast on ITunes, SoundCloud, or click the link in my bio.

GRP 85- On for this week's podcast is retired Navy Special Amphibious Reconnaissance Corpsman (SARC), and the host of "The Dangerzone" podcast @danielthebarbarian . SARC's are highly trained Special Operations Medical personnel who deploy mainly with the Force Reconnaissance companies and the Marine Raiders. There have been instances where SARC's have deployed with Naval Special Warfare Teams and Army Special Operations Teams. SARC's are trained as amphibious special operations personnel going through various schooling alongside Recon Marines to include: Army Basic Airborne School, Marine Combatant Diver school, Amphibious Reconnaissance Corpsman Course, and the Special Operations Combat Medicine Course.

Dan continued on to complete the second half of the Special Operations Medical Course that typically only the Green Beret Medics complete. SEALs and SARC's will also complete the full course to become Independent Duty Corpsman, but only the senior Corpsman go through the rest of the course. We talked about Dan running Village Stability Operations (VSO) in Afghanistan during his deployment with the Raider Battalion, and how that type of mission is incredibly complex as it requires the war fighter to play the role of a diplomat and warrior. Dan was wounded during an attack in Afghanistan resulting in a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). We discussed TBI in some detail which is a topic I plan to cover extensively in future episodes.
0:00-Intro

11:00-SARC Pipeline

13:30-Special Operations Combat Medicine Course
16:28-SARC employment
17:34-Force Recon Battalion, Marine Raider Battalion

19:16-Independent Duty Corpsman

21:14-Prolonged Field Care
26:49-The positive effects of 15 years of war for trauma medicine in the United States

39:03-Village Stability Operations (VSO)

58:13-Running operations in Afghanistan, wounded in Afghanistan, Traumatic Brain Injury.
1:31:00-Outro #GlobalReconPodcast #SARC #Corpsman #TheDangerZone #DanBrown #CombatMedicine #TBI #TCCC #BrainInjury #TraumaMedicine #Medic #Afghanistan #MarineRaider #ForceRecon

Search Global Recon Podcast on ITunes, SoundCloud, or click the link in my bio.

GRP 85- On for this week's podcast is retired Navy Special Amphibious Reconnaissance Corpsman (SARC), and the host of "The Dangerzone" podcast @danielthebarbarian . SARC's are highly trained Special Operations Medical personnel who deploy mainly with the Force Reconnaissance companies and the Marine Raiders. There have been instances where SARC's have deployed with Naval Special Warfare Teams and Army Special Operations Teams. SARC's are trained as amphibious special operations personnel going through various schooling alongside Recon Marines to include: Army Basic Airborne School, Marine Combatant Diver school, Amphibious Reconnaissance Corpsman Course, and the Special Operations Combat Medicine Course.

Dan continued on to complete the second half of the Special Operations Medical Course that typically only the Green Beret Medics complete. SEALs and SARC's will also complete the full course to become Independent Duty Corpsman, but only the senior Corpsman go through the rest of the course. We talked about Dan running Village Stability Operations (VSO) in Afghanistan during his deployment with the Raider Battalion, and how that type of mission is incredibly complex as it requires the war fighter to play the role of a diplomat and warrior. Dan was wounded during an attack in Afghanistan resulting in a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). We discussed TBI in some detail which is a topic I plan to cover extensively in future episodes.
0:00-Intro

11:00-SARC Pipeline

13:30-Special Operations Combat Medicine Course
16:28-SARC employment
17:34-Force Recon Battalion, Marine Raider Battalion

19:16-Independent Duty Corpsman

21:14-Prolonged Field Care
26:49-The positive effects of 15 years of war for trauma medicine in the United States

39:03-Village Stability Operations (VSO)

58:13-Running operations in Afghanistan, wounded in Afghanistan, Traumatic Brain Injury.
1:31:00-Outro #GlobalReconPodcast #SARC #Corpsman #TheDangerZone #DanBrown #CombatMedicine #TBI #TCCC #BrainInjury #TraumaMedicine #Medic #Afghanistan #MarineRaider #ForceRecon

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FAILURE ALWAYS REPRESENTS AN OPPORTUNITY: Losing and quitting are two different things. Never confuse one for the other. Remember one is acceptable and the other unforgivable. Don’t beat yourself up after a loss. Failing is okay as long as you learn from the experience. You have simply paid for a lesson with your mind, body, money, or time. Figure out why you failed and learn from it. These are the lessons in life that are the most valuable. Fail, screw up, and make lots mistakes....just avoid failing in the same way twice at all costs. #recon #sniper #sarc #cso #reconsniper #scoutsniper #specialamphibiousreconnaissancecorpsman #msob #ReconSniperFoundation #usmc #marine #headhunter #skills #life #liveright #diewell #rulenumber1 #sof #socom #lifelessons #marsoc #recondo #forcerecon #crossfit #fitness #soflete #dieliving #pool #swim

Search Global Recon Podcast on ITunes for Apple users, SoundCloud for Android users, or click the link in my bio. GRP 85 Tune in to the conversation that I had with Navy Special Operations Independent Duty Corpsman @danielthebarbarian as we discussed the pipeline to become a SARC, combat operations in Afghanistan, and dealing with TBI.

With regards to the way of death, if you are prepared to die at any time, you will be able to meet your release from life with equanimity. As calamities are usually not as bad as anticipated beforehand, it is foolhardy to feel anxiety about tribulations not yet endured.-Hagakure: The Secret Wisdom of The Samurai #GlobalRecon #Hagakure #Death #Embrace #Wisdom #Calamities #GlobalReconPodcast #SARC #IDC #Corpsman #ForceRecon #MarineRaider

Never forget William Blake Marston! #LLTB

(7 for 70) My Dad always seemed to have a sense of adventure and believed in challenging yourself. That's probably one of the things that led to he and a buddy joining The Corp (reserves) in the mid 60's. Although he didn't serve overseas, he went through all the training Marine Force Recon go through. Boot camp at Parris Island, Jump school at Ft. Benning, S.E.R.E (Survival, Evasion, Resistance, Interrogation, and Escape) school...twice (it was supposed to be a different class the second time but when they got there it was the SERE class...so...they just made them go through it again), Repelling school, and other specialized training. He served with the 4th Marine Division, 3rd Force Reconnaissance Company out of Mobile, Al. He never really talked a whole lot about it. Not from any sort of difficulty, he didn't go to war, he just had a way of compartmentalizing his life experiences and only mentioning when relevant. He had some really great stories about the training and the guys he served with. I'm also sure they had some about him. #PK #infinitewisdom #thecorp #onceamarine #FMF #forcerecon #swiftsilentdeadly #didnightjumpsforfun #veteran #makethebestofanysituation #militaryfamily #misshimsomuch

Army Delta Force

Local finds this evening. Original HSGI scout sniper's belt and Fort Braggs. #HSGI #scoutsniper #EagleIndustries #FortBragg #FSBE #USMC #ForceRecon #SFLCS

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GRP 85- On for this week's podcast is retired Navy Special Amphibious Reconnaissance Corpsman (SARC), and the host of "The Dangerzone" podcast @danielthebarbarian . SARC's are highly trained Special Operations Medical personnel who deploy mainly with the Force Reconnaissance companies and the Marine Raiders. There have been instances where SARC's have deployed with Naval Special Warfare Teams and Army Special Operations Teams. SARC's are trained as amphibious special operations personnel going through various schooling alongside Recon Marines to include: Army Basic Airborne School, Marine Combatant Diver school, Amphibious Reconnaissance Corpsman Course, and the Special Operations Combat Medicine Course.

Dan continued on to complete the second half of the Special Operations Medical Course that typically only the Green Beret Medics complete. SEALs and SARC's will also complete the full course to become Independent Duty Corpsman, but only the senior Corpsman go through the rest of the course. We talked about Dan running Village Stability Operations (VSO) in Afghanistan during his deployment with the Raider Battalion, and how that type of mission is incredibly complex as it requires the war fighter to play the role of a diplomat and warrior. Dan was wounded during an attack in Afghanistan resulting in a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). We discussed TBI in some detail which is a topic I plan to cover extensively in future episodes.
0:00-Intro

11:00-SARC Pipeline

13:30-Special Operations Combat Medicine Course
16:28-SARC employment
17:34-Force Recon Battalion, Marine Raider Battalion

19:16-Independent Duty Corpsman

21:14-Prolonged Field Care
26:49-The positive effects of 15 years of war for trauma medicine in the United States

39:03-Village Stability Operations (VSO)

58:13-Running operations in Afghanistan, wounded in Afghanistan, Traumatic Brain Injury.
1:31:00-Outro #GlobalReconPodcast #SARC #Corpsman #TheDangerZone #DanBrown #CombatMedicine #TBI #TCCC #BrainInjury #TraumaMedicine #Medic #Afghanistan #MarineRaider #ForceRecon

It's not every day people lose someone. It's not everyday that you have to bury your sons, fathers, uncles, or brothers. That day is as dark as they come. I didn't know this pipehitter as well as some. I'd be damned if I wouldn't be there to support his family, though. These people have suffered an honest to god loss. He was remembered as a man who could always find the positive in any situation. The loss of this type of man is a massive hit to our community. Go easy bro. Never above you, never below you, always beside you. #sarc #recon #forcerecon #0321 #0326 #usmc #marinecorp #navy #18d #army #operator #neverforget #restinpeace #family #brother #scoutsniper #sniper #0317

THERE ARE NO LIMITS: Push yourself at everything....every time as hard as you can...then push some more. Never quit. If special operations taught me one thing is that there are NO limits. I don’t believe in them and neither should you. The only people who have limits are those who believe in their own inadequacy more than in themselves. Believe in You. You are always more powerful than you know. Limits are the language of excuse-makers and quitters. Never learn to speak it. Fuck limits. Dare to dream big and remember that nothing is out of reach. NEVER take no for an answer. Think creatively, there is always a solution and always a way of getting what you want. Nothing is truly impossible. Remember the sweetest fruit is always out on a limb...reach for it. Quien Se Atrebe, Gana. #recon #sniper #sarc #cso #reconsniper #scoutsniper #specialamphibiousreconnaissancecorpsman #msob #ReconSniperFoundation #usmc #marine #headhunter #skills #life #liveright #diewell #rulenumber4 #sof #socom #sof #lifelessons #marsoc #recondo #forcerecon #crossfit #fitness #soflete #dieliving #freefall #skydiving #skygod

Moons out goons out. #KISS #moonsoutgoonsout #moongang

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GRP 85- On for this week's podcast is retired Navy Special Amphibious Reconnaissance Corpsman (SARC), and the host of "The Dangerzone" podcast @danielthebarbarian . SARC's are highly trained Special Operations Medical personnel who deploy mainly with the Force Reconnaissance companies and the Marine Raiders. There have been instances where SARC's have deployed with Naval Special Warfare Teams and Army Special Operations Teams. SARC's are trained as amphibious special operations personnel going through various schooling alongside Recon Marines to include: Army Basic Airborne School, Marine Combatant Diver school, Amphibious Reconnaissance Corpsman Course, and the Special Operations Combat Medicine Course.

Dan continued on to complete the second half of the Special Operations Medical Course that typically only the Green Beret Medics complete. SEALs and SARC's will also complete the full course to become Independent Duty Corpsman, but only the senior Corpsman go through the rest of the course. We talked about Dan running Village Stability Operations (VSO) in Afghanistan during his deployment with the Raider Battalion, and how that type of mission is incredibly complex as it requires the war fighter to play the role of a diplomat and warrior. Dan was wounded during an attack in Afghanistan resulting in a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). We discussed TBI in some detail which is a topic I plan to cover extensively in future episodes.
0:00-Intro

11:00-SARC Pipeline

13:30-Special Operations Combat Medicine Course
16:28-SARC employment
17:34-Force Recon Battalion, Marine Raider Battalion

19:16-Independent Duty Corpsman

21:14-Prolonged Field Care
26:49-The positive effects of 15 years of war for trauma medicine in the United States

39:03-Village Stability Operations (VSO)

58:13-Running operations in Afghanistan, wounded in Afghanistan, Traumatic Brain Injury.
1:31:00-Outro #GlobalReconPodcast #SARC #Corpsman #TheDangerZone #DanBrown #CombatMedicine #TBI #TCCC #BrainInjury #TraumaMedicine #Medic #Afghanistan #MarineRaider #ForceRecon

Search Global Recon Podcast on ITunes, SoundCloud, or click the link in my bio.

GRP 85- On for this week's podcast is retired Navy Special Amphibious Reconnaissance Corpsman (SARC), and the host of "The Dangerzone" podcast @danielthebarbarian . SARC's are highly trained Special Operations Medical personnel who deploy mainly with the Force Reconnaissance companies and the Marine Raiders. There have been instances where SARC's have deployed with Naval Special Warfare Teams and Army Special Operations Teams. SARC's are trained as amphibious special operations personnel going through various schooling alongside Recon Marines to include: Army Basic Airborne School, Marine Combatant Diver school, Amphibious Reconnaissance Corpsman Course, and the Special Operations Combat Medicine Course.

Dan continued on to complete the second half of the Special Operations Medical Course that typically only the Green Beret Medics complete. SEALs and SARC's will also complete the full course to become Independent Duty Corpsman, but only the senior Corpsman go through the rest of the course. We talked about Dan running Village Stability Operations (VSO) in Afghanistan during his deployment with the Raider Battalion, and how that type of mission is incredibly complex as it requires the war fighter to play the role of a diplomat and warrior. Dan was wounded during an attack in Afghanistan resulting in a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). We discussed TBI in some detail which is a topic I plan to cover extensively in future episodes.
0:00-Intro

11:00-SARC Pipeline

13:30-Special Operations Combat Medicine Course
16:28-SARC employment
17:34-Force Recon Battalion, Marine Raider Battalion

19:16-Independent Duty Corpsman

21:14-Prolonged Field Care
26:49-The positive effects of 15 years of war for trauma medicine in the United States

39:03-Village Stability Operations (VSO)

58:13-Running operations in Afghanistan, wounded in Afghanistan, Traumatic Brain Injury.
1:31:00-Outro #GlobalReconPodcast #SARC #Corpsman #TheDangerZone #DanBrown #CombatMedicine #TBI #TCCC #BrainInjury #TraumaMedicine #Medic #Afghanistan #MarineRaider #ForceRecon

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