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The Irregular Warfare Podcast explores an important component of war throughout history. Small wars, drone strikes, special operations forces, counterterrorism, proxies—this podcast covers the full range of topics related to irregular war and features in-depth conversations with guests from the military, academia, and the policy community. The podcast is a collaboration between the Modern War Institute at West Point and Princeton's Empirical Studies of Conflict Project.
 
Learn the lessons of military history by looking at the great battles through the lens of the Principles of War. Part of the enduring nature of war, all good Generals follow the 10 Principles of War. The great Generals of history have the ability to know which of the principles are most important at the decisive moments of the campaign. We study the great battles to draw the lessons on strategy, tactics and leadership.
 
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The Mariner's Mirror Podcast

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The Mariner's Mirror Podcast

The Society for Nautical Research and the Lloyds Register Foundation

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The world's No.1 podcast dedicated to all of maritime and naval history. With one foot in the present and one in the past we bring you the most exciting and interesting current maritime projects worldwide: including excavations of shipwrecks, the restoration of historic ships, sailing classic yachts and tall ships, unprecedented behind the scenes access to exhibitions, museums and archives worldwide, primary sources and accounts that bring the maritime past alive as never before. From the So ...
 
These are the sea stories that nobody has ever written down or will write down. You may not believe them all, but you will be entertained by them all. These stories are mostly from Seafarers so there is some salty language. Tuck the kids into their racks, make them sweep the deck, or send them down to the engine room to look for a bucket of steam. These stories are from old folks and young people alike. I am bored on watch and want to hear something new, tell me a sea story...
 
Now releasing new episodes every Wednesday night at 9pm! The History of the Evergreen State is a weekly show that focuses on various topics surrounding the history of the great state of Washington. From iconic people to maritime disasters, to a war with only a pig casualty. Episodes will either be self-contained single episode stories or in a two-part format. My intent with this podcast is to bring a lecture-style show to people interested in learning more about little known events in Washin ...
 
The Maritime History Podcast is a chronological look at maritime history and its numerous facets. Beginning with ancient history, the podcast looks at trade, exploration, boat and ship-building, economics, and the relationship between the ocean and the development of society and culture throughout history. Learn more about the podcast at https://maritimehistorypodcast.com.
 
Welcome to the wonderfully wild world of salty sailors, boat life, ship‘s work and fun! If you are interested in boats, ships, maritime-industry, sailing, history, the sea and drunken sailor debauchery, then come join captain Johann Steinke as he shares this exciting world with you. He hopes you will find this podcast fun, informative, and possibly even inspiring... but mostly he wants you to be entertained. So come gather around and listen to a few good yarns as you enter the world of Nauti ...
 
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Preble Hall

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Preble Hall

U.S. Naval Academy Museum

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A naval history podcast from Preble Hall - the United States Naval Academy Museum in Annapolis, Maryland. Preble Hall will interview historians, practitioners, military personnel, and other experts on a variety of naval history topics from ancient history to recent history.
 
The Chicken-Neck, is North - East India's first policy based podcast offering an informed take on culture, language, food, clothes, history, politics, law, policy and many more. Designed and started with a team of three, the podcast offers interviews of some of the most enthralling and fascinating people living and working for the North-East India.
 
Long name, isn't it? Well, our title is steeped in the history of our congregation. Let's start out by saying that we are a traditional Protestant church, founded in the New England Congregational tradition in 1820 in Castine, Maine. Our church building was constructed and dedicated in 1829 on Main Street in the village, and has been active ever since -- sometimes in federation with other Castine churches, and sometimes alone. We are a church with Reformed roots, descending directly from the ...
 
The Naval Institute is a private, not-for-profit educational institution whose mission is to provide an independent forum for those who dare to read, think, speak, and write to advance the professional, literary, and scientific understanding of sea power and other issues critical to global security. Every week on the Proceedings Podcast, the Naval Institute's Director of Outreach, Ward Carroll, and the Editor-in-Chief of Proceedings, Bill Hamblet, talk about what's happening in the Sea Servi ...
 
What’s worse than death? How about meeting your end on the high seas, marooned, while sharks swim hungrily by? Or being trapped in a toppled ship in the middle of a bustling city? Set sail with Charlotte, Patrick and Brian as these three landlubbers delve into the depths of history to find the weirdest, scariest and just plain stupidest marine disasters in history.
 
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Dive & Dig

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Dive & Dig

Honor Frost Foundation

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Welcome to Dive & Dig presented by Bettany Hughes and Dr Lucy Blue, the podcast that takes you on an underwater journey deeper than you might ever have imagined! We'll take you down into an undiscovered world of our ancient past thanks to the technology which makes deep diving possible today. And we'll show you some amazing archaeological discoveries when we get there.
 
Experience the world through the sailor's eyes. We travel around the world discovering the invaluable insights that made us who we are, sharing art, food, history and culture. We tell stories about life from the sailor's point of view! Sailing adventures, traveling stories across the oceans. An informative and entertaining podcast.
 
In the 19th & 20th centuries, countless people sailed into San Francisco Bay seeking better lives. For many, arrival meant living w/ ideas that shaped their personal histories & the waterfront’s. This podcast explores several of these ideas, using points around SF Maritime National Historical Park as springboards. Regardless if the ideas took the form of myth, propaganda, or outright falsehood, they beg a question: must forging better lives always be entwined with facing bitter lies? Now on ...
 
Inverkeithing - a fascinating and ancient Royal Burgh in the magnificent Kingdom of Fife, Scotland, has maritime heritage; witnessed a pivotal Civil War battle, was a major pilgrimage route, and critical trading centre. This podcast series parallels a heritage-led regeneration scheme, running 2019 - 2024. It includes discussions with archaeologists, historians, heritage professionals and others. The Heritage Regeneration project is delivered by Fife Historic Buildings Trust, making heritage ...
 
Southampton History Speaks is a podcast series showcasing the research and teaching interests of history staff at the University of Southampton. We welcome listeners of all stripes: history buffs, other academics, and students who want to get a head start on expanding their knowledge. Episodes span a broad time period and range of topics, from Cleopatra’s Egypt, to the Space Age, to the War on Terror.
 
Join comedian and pirate Nick Hoffman as he explores the history and pop culture of pirates. Deep dive interviews with the most interesting people in the pirate community who bring the history and stories to life. Actors, treasure hunters, musicians, historians, and more. From Blackbeard to Black Sails, Jack Sparrow to Jack Rackham... Under The Crossbones is loaded with colorful characters who will take you away from your day to day and drag you happily out to sea.
 
Facing Our History – The North American Gael examines the role of the Highlander, the Scottish Gael, in the colonial and post-colonial history of North America, and how colonialism impacted the Scottish Gael. Sgoil Gàidhlig Bhaile an Taigh Mhóir co-founders, Scott Morrison and Rick Gwynallen will be interviewing Scottish Gaelic and Indigenous academics, leaders, and activists in North America to educate ourselves on our own history, and to use that fresh perspective to shape a path forward t ...
 
Join Nic Hardisty of Tall Ships America as he uncovers the ships, people, and events that have shaped history. We’ll explore America’s robust maritime heritage from the days of indigenous sailors expertly navigating coastal waters in their umiaks to some of the tall ships that still sail today. You’ll hear compelling stories from a variety of historians and researchers, and you’ll see how these stories shape and impact our modern world.
 
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Sydney Southeast Asia Centre

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SSEAC Stories is a podcast series produced by the Sydney Southeast Asia Centre at the University of Sydney. Experts join us in every episode to explore the latest research and share their insights on a wide range of topics pertaining to Southeast Asia.Visit our website for more information or to browse additional resources: sydney.edu.au/sseac.
 
This is the official and most up-to-date podcast recording of the historical World War II Event that took place on the night of the 31st May 1942, when a courageous attack by the Japanese was aimed at Sydney naval ships moored in the Sydney harbour inside the Japanese midget submarines. Your host and co-host, Allan Skinner of ASKI Live Media and Tim Smith, OAM, the Director of Heritage NSW, Department of Premier and Cabinet NSW, bring you this thrilling and courageous story.Launching Episode ...
 
Townsvillians have spent the past two decades waking each morning to Steve “Pricey” Price. He is a local icon. Breakfast with Pricey is an extremely local affair. As well as all the news that's happening in town, there's sport news and weather. Listen live every weekday morning on Triple M Townsville 102.3 or catch up online.
 
This is Workers Comp Matters, hosted by Attorney Alan s. Pierce. the only Legal Talk Network program that focuses entirely on the people and the law in workers compensation cases. Nationally recognized Trial Attorney, expert and author, Alan S. Pierce is a leader committed to making a difference when workers comp matters.
 
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This episode explores how cyber tools and weapons are used at the tactical level within irregular warfare. Our guests, Dr. Trey Herr and Major Sally White, highlight some of the limitations of executing tactical cyber operations. They also provide insights into how information operations and cyber tools can be integrated together in the irregular w…
 
Liam Collins, retired Colonel of the US military, founding director of the Modern War Institute at United States Military Academy West Point, executive director of the Madison Policy Forum, and defence advisor to Ukraine for 2 years post-2014, gives inside insight into Ukraine's military reforms and performance, as well as breaking down Russia's le…
 
In our 5th episode of Season 2, we are joined by Ms. Pratnashree Basu, an Associate Fellow at Observer Research Foundation, Kolkata, with the Strategic Studies and Maritime Initiative. Ms. Basu is an expert on "Maritime Geopolitics: Indo-Pacific & South China Sea". In this episode, we speak to Ms. Basu on aspects of maritime governance and policy d…
 
By Jared Samuelson Cristina Garafola joins the program to discuss Chinese gray zone tactics, which countries they target with which tactics, and how the U.S. and its allies could counter these measures. Cristina Garafola is an associate policy researcher at the RAND Corporation. Her research focuses on the ramifications of China’s rise for its glob…
 
Links 1. "A New Framework for Understanding Chinese Gray Zone Tactics," by Bonny Lin, Cristina Garafola, et al. RAND Corporation, 2022. 2. "Gaining Competitive Advantage in the Gray Zone," by Lyle Morris, Michael Mazarr, et al. RAND Corporation, 2019. 3. "Competing in the Gray Zone: Russian Tactics and Western Responses," by Stacie Pettyjohn and Be…
 
In this episode we continue looking at folklore, myths and legends relating to the sea by investigating the story of the Feejee Mermaid, an extraordinary tale of a 'real' mermaid that was discovered in Japan in 1822, purchased by a collector and displayed in London to the grotesque fascination of thousands of people. Dr Sam Willis speaks with Béatr…
 
South Bend is located in Pacific County in the southwestern corner of the Evergreen State and is surrounded by mountains and water, which have offered food and riches to Native Americans, including the Chinook and Lower Chehalis, since the area's settlement in the 1860's. In addition to timber mills, canneries and processors that bring oysters, cla…
 
We lost Brendan Tyrrell as a result of a motorcycle accident. He left behind 3 young children and his wife His Dad is organising a tribute ride happening this Saturday. To organise Brendan’s last ride. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Triple M
 
Melissa de Zwart, Professor of Digital Technology, Security and Governance at Flinders University in Australia and an expert in space law, discusses space cooperation, space law and the involvement of priviate sector actors in the space domain - in the context of the Ukraine conflict. An interesting and wide-ranging discussion. Following Melissa on…
 
Folklore, myths and legends relating to the sea have existed for as long as humans have been travelling by sea. The alien nature of the marine environment, the almost inconceivable scale of the oceans, the power of the sea, and the extraordinary richness in the ocean’s biodiversity has led to the creation and development of the most fabulous legend…
 
In this week's episode Charlotte, Patrick, and Brian discuss the needless tragedy of the SS Mont-Blanc, whose collision with the SS Imo resulted in the largest ever man made explosion until the invention of the atomic bomb. Go to http://surfshark.deals/SHIPHITSFAN to get 83% off and 3 extra months free. Go to http://betterhelp.com/shiphitsfan to ge…
 
Some children don’t have access to the basic items they need when starting school. Fuel for Schools Ltd is committed to ensuring local Townsville Primary school and high school students have access to essential schooling items such as backpacks, lunch boxes, water bottles and new socks. The charity program also focuses on helping kids start their d…
 
Two of the biggest sports events of the year, the Commonwealth games in Birmingham and the FIFA world cup in Qatar have pledged to be the most sustainable and green sporting events to date. Both have made bold statements 'the first sustainable commonwealth games' and the ‘first carbon-neutral FIFA World Cup'. Qasa Alom finds out if they can really …
 
Jade McGlynn, a senior researcher at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies, engages in a thoughtful and enlightening conversation on the crafting of memory and national identity in the Russian context. What is the 'turn to memory' and how has it intensified since the first Russian-backed incursions into Ukraine in 2014? Jade lived in Ru…
 
Is the Governor job relevant today? The Dam is now at 92% how long will the water last? NAFA is back, Jenny hill tells us everything about whats coming up and Pricey welcome's Governor of Queensland Dr Jeannette Young to Paradise See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Triple M
 
Retired Australian Major General Mick Ryan, AM discusses the 3 assumptions Russia got wrong, the 3 things Zelensky got right, and possible conflict trajectories. A fascinating and informative discussion. Mick Ryan. 2022. War Transformed: The Future of Twenty-First Century Great Power Competition and Conflict Mick Ryan on twitter: @warinthefuture…
 
We look at the roles of Artillery, including how it integrated with all of the Forces within 8th Army. 2nd Alamein is the apogee of Australian Artillery in the Second World War and we will look at the role that BRIG Ramsay from 9th Div Arty built a team and capability to support the 9th Div and MAJ GEN Morshead. We will look at: Field Artillery Med…
 
Have you ever picked up hitchhiking hippies on the way to a nude beach? This dude has. What is the Hawaiian Meat Grinder? He tells the world about what life is like as a seafarer in the pacific, his trials and tribulations as a Texas A&M Maritime cadet, and how he went back to sea as a hawse-piper. Sea stories of failures, triumph, optimism, and go…
 
Michael de Groot, Assistant Professor of International Studies at the University of Indiana, discusses the enduring legacies of the Cold War in shaping drivers of the current conflict in Ukraine - as well as tackling the question of whether we are now in a "new Cold War". Michael on Euopre, US and International Institutions during the Cold War Ques…
 
In this episode of the Strategy Bridge Podcast, Dr. John McManus returns to talk about “Island Infernos: The U.S. Army’s Pacific War Odyssey, 1944” the second book in his series on the Army in the Pacific during World War Two. McManus is the Curators’ Distinguished Professor of U.S. Military History at the Missouri University of Science and Technol…
 
By Jared Samuelson Dr. Michael Petersen joins the program to re-evaluate Russian maritime warfare in light of events in Ukraine. Dr. Petersen is director of the Russia Maritime Studies Institute and Holloway Advanced Research Program at the U.S. Naval War College. Download Sea Control 345 – Reconsidering Russian Maritime Warfare with Dr. Michael Pe…
 
Regular guest Maksym Yali, Professor of International Relations at the National Aviation University in Kyiv, shares his personal experience of appearing on Russian state TV (pre-2022) - and discusses the question of whether Russian state talk-show hosts believe in the messages that they are propogating or are engaging in a cynical endeavour. Questi…
 
Deborah Sanders, a reader in Defence and Security Studies at the Defence Studies Department at Kings College London, expert on maritime security including in the Black Sea, explores implications of the Ukraine conflict for Black Sea security including maritime strategy, securitisation of the Black Sea, and the engagement of NATO, Turkey and China i…
 
Ronald Suny, Distinguished Professor of History at the University of Michigan, discusses Putin's framing of Russia's history and national identity, drivers of Putin's decision-making and how these factors might shape the Russian domestic context. Questions, comments or suggestions for epsiodes can be emailed to: updatefromkyiv@gmail.com…
 
By Alexia Bouallagui Host, Editor, and Producer Alexia Bouallagui talks with Dr. Christian Bueger and Dr. Jan Stockbruegger about their recent paper in the African Security Review, “Maritime security and the Western Indian Ocean’s militarization dilemma.” They analyze the situation in the Western Indian Ocean using the concept of the militarization…
 
Energy, and who controls it, has emerged as a major issue in Southeast Asia in recent years. Nowhere is this issue more evident than in the Mekong region, where China’s influence on the politics of energy has been steadily on the rise under the umbrella of its Belt and Road Initiative. China’s investments have supported Cambodia in being able to me…
 
Robert Moran arrived in Seattle in 1875, when he was only 18 years old and with only a few cents in his pocket. His fortune and reputation had grown by 1900, and he was the president of a major shipbuilding enterprise. He was twice elected mayor of Seattle, and he was credited with aiding the city's rebuilding and modernization following the terrib…
 
Making your finances work harder against climate change. Tom Heap speaks to Richard Curtis, British film director and architect of Comic Relief, about his Make My Money Matter campaign. This encourages everyone to find out where their pension money goes. He also speaks to the boss of a UK bank, Bevis Watts, and to the campaign director of switchit.…
 
Matthew Sussex, Associate Professor and Fellow at the Strategic and Defence Studies Centre at the Australian National University, discusses Russia's shift in strategy from hybrid warfare to a full-scale military invasion, explanations for the invasion and the future of Russia's relations with China. Matthew Sussex on Russia's national security poli…
 
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