Jack sits down with fellow retired SEAL and Cleared Hot podcast host Andy Stumpf. Andy Stumpf spent 17 years serving in the United States military, first enlisting while still in high school in 1996. After two deployments with SEAL Team Five he was selected for an east coast based SEAL Team. Now, he is the host of Cleared Hot Podcast.
On this episode of Danger Close, Jack sits down with former police officer, Diplomatic Security Service special agent, author, and security consultant Fred Burton. Throughout his career, Fred served as a key figure in some of the most notable investigations in modern law enforcement history. He was on the frontlines of the search for and the arrest of terrorist Ramzi Yousef, the mastermind behind the first World Trade Center bombing.
Mike Glover spent 18 years in the Army followed by time as a contractor for the CIA. He served as a SGM in Special Forces and was deployed to combat theaters of operation throughout his career. Mike is the founder of FieldCraft Survival.
This week on Danger Close, Jack interviews a legendary figure in the tactical training community: Thunder Ranch founder and Marine Corps veteran, Clint Smith. During their conversation, Clint opens up about his time in the Marine Corps, serving in Vietnam, tactical insights, and more.
This past December, my friend Michael Broderick surprised me with a very special short film. Titled “Fathers and Sons – A Terminal List Story” it is a moving portrayal of two friends and teammates bonding over sacrifice, lost time, and whispers of redemption.
Start a veteran on a reading journey with Navy SEAL sniper James Reece in The Terminal List.