94: There is a Limit to What A Person Can Be Asked To Do. And Sometimes You Lose. “Men at Arnhem”, by Geoffrey Powell

0:00:00 – Opening

0:05:49 – Sometimes you lose.  Default Aggressive.  – “Men At Arnhem”, by Geoffry Powell.

2:07:29 – Real world take-aways and life comparisons.

2:20:07 – Support JockoStore stuff, Origin Brand Apparel, with Jocko White Tea and Psychological Warfare (on iTunes)Extreme Ownership (book)The Discipline Equals Freedom Field Manual.

2:40:25 – Closing Gratitude.


4 thoughts on “94: There is a Limit to What A Person Can Be Asked To Do. And Sometimes You Lose. “Men at Arnhem”, by Geoffrey Powell”

  1. Love your podcast. US Navy veteran and you help me remember the best and worst of service to our great nation. Just a quick comment you have probably already heard it but “Bouche” sp? Same as kraut? A slur for Germans in the Second world war. Don’t know but made sense to me.

    Also you are right the picture I had in my head of Echo was very different that the real picture.

  2. I just started listening to your podcasts. In some of them you refer to the “darkness.” I have been caught in that darkness for the past few years. The oldest of my 4 daughters was killed in an automobile accident three years ago. To say this has shook my wife, children and I to the core is an understatement. Not only do I have to keep myself strong but also my wife and other children. As a LE officer, who for 12 years investigated fatal car crashes this to me was an Atomic dick punch if you will. I used to exercise on a daily basis but since her death can’t seem to bring myself to do it. I was a judo as well as Ju jitsu player but quit. She was a great athlete. My wife and I have both been diagnosed with depression and are on medicine for it. I guess I’m looking for some insight on how to bring myself to get back into a regimen because i fear if i can’t that it will only send me down a road that will not end well. I’ll keep listening and thanks

  3. I’m a total history geek, so I really appreciate all the books that you have. I may be mistaken, but I haven’t seen any books that have first hand accounts of the U.S. Civil War. Whether from the generals or from the enlisted. I started my own search and I’ve found quite a lot. Carry on, sir. God bless you and yours!!!

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