In what Dave Carter describes as his favorite Radio Deplorable podcast to date, he sits down with two of his best friends, both of whom are military retirees, and both of whom served alongside Dave. Pat Murphy, an Air Force Public Affairs specialist, served with Dave in Korea, and Bob Lee, an Air Force Historian, recruited Dave into the Military Historian career field some 30 years ago. If you added up their total time in uniform, you’d have 66 years of military service which, among other things, makes for a lot of interesting stories. If you’ve ever wanted to be like a fly on the wall and listen in as a group of veterans and best friends enjoy that special bond unique to vets, in a conversation that ranges from hysterically funny to extremely moving, here’s your chance.

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  1. Eugene Kriegsmann Member
    Eugene Kriegsmann
    @EugeneKriegsmann

    A very enjoyable discussion, once again. Keep them coming!

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  2. Arahant Member
    Arahant
    @Arahant

    Thanks, gentlemen. Interesting discussion. I think we need the same crew with Dave on mute so we can get the really good stuff.

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  3. Dave Carter Podcaster
    Dave Carter
    @DaveCarter

    Arahant (View Comment):
    Thanks, gentlemen. Interesting discussion. I think we need the same crew with Dave on mute so we can get the really good stuff.

    Lovely idea.  Just [expletive] lovely.

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  4. Mister Dog Coolidge
    Mister Dog
    @MisterDog

    Never stationed in Korea but in the early ’90s it seemed like Pohang on the east coast was our second home port. Some crazy liberty there.

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  5. harrisventures Coolidge
    harrisventures
    @harrisventures

    That was great. Reminds me of my brief stint in the Air Force.

    Bureaucratic minutiae… sounds familiar…

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  6. TempTime Member
    TempTime
    @TempTime

    First time listener.

    Good show; I really enjoyed it.  I especially liked the varying opinions of what’s happening with DC and China and NK.

    Thanks, and thanks @Max for the recommendation.  You are right, it’s good.

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