The Third Lieutenant
FY20 Episode 3: Keep Your Mind With Chaplain Shabazz
Season 1, Ep. 3
Army Colonel Khallid Shabazz, author of "A Call to Reason: Losing Our Manhood", shares the events that led to the turning point of his life. He shares how two children and two Article 15’s led to two doctoral degrees after a shift in mindset that altered his career trajectory. Colonel Shabazz believes that the Chaplain is a valuable asset to military commanders. The Colonel offers his experience in both the Christian and Islamic faith to highlight the Chaplain as a unique cultural asset that serves leaders at the most critical times. Colonel Shabazz advises, “If your ship doesn’t come in, swim out to meet it”. Listen, subscribe, and share.
The Third Lieutenant Podcast: FY21: The Deep Fight with Sergeant Michael D. Brown
Season 2, Ep. 1
After Sergeant Michael D. Brown separated from the United States Army he traveled a path that doesn't follow the standard narrative. As a Veteran, he participated in higher education as a student, then made a career of it. In this episode, Mike shares his experience as the Director of Veteran Services for Montgomery County Community College and the Director of the Office of Veterans and Military Service Members at Villanova University. Hear Mike's Soldier's story and his current work: Voices of Villanova’s Veterans, where we interview Veterans with a connection to Villanova, and archive their story. https://veteransvoices.library.villanova.edu/ Villanova's interactive Memorial Map, where we have used GPS technology to pinpoint where Villanovans have died while in service. This tool allows users to look across the globe and learn about servicemembers who made the ultimate sacrifice. https://memorialmap.library.villanova.edu/
Welcome to 2021
2020 was a great year for the Third Lieutenant Podcast. We are grateful to all of our guests, MAJ Hinds (Ret.), CPT Buford, COL Shabazz, CDR Troncoso, Dr. da Silva, CPL. Dizon, and MAJ. Mallard-Brown and we look forward to an amazing 2021 ahead! Thank you for being a listener. We ask you to listen, subscribe, and review!
FY21 Episode 5: The Tactical Pause with Corporal Joe Dizon
Season 1, Ep. 5
“The Marines Have Landed”The tactical pause as described by Third Lieutenant guest Joey Mac Dizon, is the moment taken by some military personnel to think and contemplate their situation. As a Marine Corps Veteran and entrepreneur, Joey brings servicemembers together to build community through his venture “The Mobile Cigar Lounge”. “Mission First, People Always”, is what guides Joey in his work and life. During this episode we’re happy to announce our new partnership with Project Refit to reduce the Veteran suicide rate and social isolation. Learn more about The Mobile Cigar Lounge here: https://www.themobilecigarlounge.com/about-usLearn more about Project Refit here: https://www.projectrefit.us/