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Moral Injury with Dr. Harold Koenig
In this episode, the command's Chaplain and Psych speak with Dr. Harold Koenig on moral injury. The episode intertwines health and spirituality on how to treat moral injury related to Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.
Mental Health Awareness Month: Staff Sergeant Amanda Baker
May is mental health awareness month and in this episode, we talk to Staff Sergeant Amanda Baker, mother, spouse, and an outstanding NCO in the command. She’s an advocate using behavioral health and she’ll share her real life experience.
Black History Month
In this episode, Staff Sgt. Amanda Baker discusses Black History Month with Col. Tavi Brunson and Lt. Col Burton Furlow, the brigade commander and special troop battalion commander of 528th Sustainment Brigade Special Operations Airborne. Listen as these two leaders explore what Black History Month means to them and several key insights on leadership serving in Special Operations.
Irregular Warfare with Sean McFate
In this episode of the Indigenous Approach, we are joined by Dr. Sean McFate, author of the 2019 book The New Rules of War. Sean is currently a Senior Fellow at the Atlantic Council and a professor at National Defense University, Georgetown University, and Syracuse University. We discuss with Sean the role of SOF in Irregular Warfare and Strategic Competition.
Master Sgt. Chris Copper, Master Sgt. Jim Rooney, and Sergeant First Class (Retired) Bill O'Brian discuss transition from military service to civilian life. Navigation from military service to civilian life can be a struggle for some, and this discussion will hopefully enlighten those who need guidance and direction moving forward. Your transitioning phase will be determined by what you want out of it.
Welcome to The Indigenous Approach, a podcast where we examine the role of the Nation's Premier Partnership Force across the competition continuum - from cooperation to conflict, and everything in between.