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Well we made it we survived. Another week. Early spring man Pollard all of on the card out. Stuffs bloom and why it's making me do yard work sometimes on the weekend that I'm happy about that site you know that the seasons of change we can you isolate. And they PGA I say I your rates well me I only got airway stick. Steve did as well in our lives sounds just like she guys actually no she doesn't happen. Welcome salute to service John and separate glad to be here with you man it's a sunny unseasonably will go from feb 25 the day and I Matt Adam how it's just. You know it's it is what it is man this you know weather changes and little little little warm a but that's okay man. Al lot to get through today on the show and we hope we hear from EU 1803471063. Is the Eagles advantage total free talk line. Common sense retirement planning tax line. 713. Zero cent. The intent. And now to get the show started this week with a cigarette when I was teasing chuck a little bit before the show. Where last week years about ace sense of entitlement by some. Veterans Nadal of course that some mainly big as that. Went to McCain's office and demanded to be seen with that an appointment NATO doesn't demand anything yap and and stuff so we start as a but a bit of a blood pressure raising thing last week to get a starting this week started off with something that. It inspired me give me a little hope this week in caused me to do a little bit at thinking and reflection. And how that might have done the same for you and if you. Hadn't heard about. The topic here we go. I tis the season of awards shows you know the ones are all the big names in entertainment movies TV music. Get all dressed up in designer outfits the cost more than most of us make in a year and being gathered together in a big auditorium in applauding congratulate each other on what great work they do and how important they are working this. And then of course they offer political and social jabs at the rest of us for being backwards ignorant out of touch bit. Yet millions of regular working people still get all excited and feel like they've got to tune in and watch this and celebrate along and proxy. But this week. A seven year old girl from Florida McKinnell would burn gave us all a lesson on who are heroes should be. McKinnell was standing in line with their mom dad the Boston Red Sox training facility in Fort Myers, Florida. With a lot of other people waiting to get some players decide on her baseball pretty much just a tradition and the floor in the spring. Then unexpectedly McKenna walks out of line giving up per spot. To walk up to a soldier. Army reservists Olivia Russell who was standing there to decide in uniform. And McKenna asked ms. wrestle for her autograph. Saying. She's the hero instead of the baseball players and McKenna I agree. In this season of award shows for those who had the best movie the best TV show the best song the best album who was the best actor supporting or what have you. And all the celebrity worship that takes place with these events. How nice how refreshing and reassuring. To have a reminder given to us all. About who the real heroes are in it so easy that even a seven year old can recognize. Making a movie recording a song singing dancing hitting a baseball entertaining people is a talent. And it takes some skill it takes effort and you can make some big money at it if you're lucky. But all of that doesn't make you a hero. And sadly way too many people of all ages lack the discernment to graphs this more and more catching on every day. And not only did I find this simple act my child refreshing the recipient. Of the autograph request found it impacts fall. Olivia Russell herself saying. This little girl she proved to me that what I'm doing in life is OK NM doing something that's good enough. You betcha in this wrestle. You and all the rest they get up every day and serve our nation and our communities from serving overseas to teaching in a classroom. From the cop on the road to the paramedic EMT working the same alive from the side of some highway. To the firefighters struggling under heavy gear to save lives and property from roaring blaze to the lowly private skinny his sector while on guard duty. Each of these. Is working to serve protect and defend something greater then yourself. And that is what makes Europe. In this week all it took was a seven year old girl to remind us all of that fact. So long distance thank you from us McKenna. And a little Casey Casey note there at the end yeah crystal Augusta. No I'm just yet if if if we can be a fraction as successful as that guy on radio bit that I saw that and I thought you know. 4147. Year old kid to counter recognize that fat understand in the airline and completely losing their spot in line of course her mom was a seven year old to be standing in line and then see that and it being a look a little girls seven year old girl yet seeing a female soldier stand into the side and thinking I'm gonna get out of this line for. I'm waiting for some pro athlete to. Sign my ball. Angle here and asked this soldier to do it I thought it was great and it shows the there is and a little FaceBook video that. Olivea wrestled a soldier. Put it on line. Saying what they can amend her and Alice like yen I guess that. Help me understand how I'm doing something worthwhile with myself and the impact of a simple gesture and that really fits into this. Kind of I like to pay it forward as I can't. Yeah and absolutely not I think it. Eight like you said it speaks volumes to the parenting. Of this this young lady or maybe. This is just a kid that was born with edgy maybe maybe she's just got fed the baby she got that she dug she got had an unfortunate. Phonetic marker. That that that you know. That that mutant. Mutant genes genius. But but good on her fur for recognizing it and and you know this isn't. This isn't like god. In episode of of hero worship type of the situation this is. Yeah this is honest. Truly honest. Admiration yet you know from from for for a seven year old look at that. Soldier and say. You know she's. Against Morton on issuing more important she means more to me. Then these ball players yet via the nets you can you can bet that that's that's real. Are all yet because this. It's one thing if there have been some you know some grownups adults talking about it thank you thank you for your service things and all that's niceness pleasant it's it's great yeah. But. Again when you see something that is. So who. Just pure and innocent yet. In no agenda no none of them behind it just seven year old kid moon walking overdoing something like that I I thought that was great and given. Given the kind of stuff that's filling up the news cycle. And you know from left right down the middle both here and abroad I saw that and I might mean you know. Is this. People live. Collectively lost there mines here in the last few months I would say since the election. The rhetoric on both sides. And not in from not even from the far of both sides bite from. Both sides appear Ian is being just astronomically boring and stupid even to the put in a well. If we go to break and ask you see the article where there's some covenant which is somewhere that are working against a bigs did not come all right. It when we come back there's a fugitive caught here locally and yes state. And how wanna use that to illustrate. So I guess a bigger point is to behavior and why it is what I did issue this is a disservice won a 63 BLR deal with chuck and John. And we'll be right back because we love you. Welcome back excellent service a lot of local one a 63 WORD. John and second to stadium glad to be with the F. Amy got a text in any chuck responded to the tax but other people may be wondering when we start the show and we talk about cap the first segment is the sit wrapped. Sic ray and some I texted Mona know you know what what did that mean for nonmilitary types and every now and then we've got to. We do have to explain we got to explain things says no problem texture. And we do expect to hear back from me we sent us this person do some pushups for not. That set Brett is this short for situation report and so that's kind of a way to kind of kick off the little. Op Ed opinion thing that we can just take turns violent get the show you know what larger terminology lesson for the day. I'm an issue a challenge OK and issue a challenge John out granite we don't have any prizes to give away or anything so. Get this right in you Colin the correct answer then you get an at a boy from John and tiger at a girl depending on whichever it is only micro aggressive well you're right I shouldn't be illegal settlements it'll be a gender neutral and a okay mom is the first person can call and Intel John and I white. Am assesses. All of it Jai and John leaving in the struggle. I want somebody to call in and tell me it's an act renowned sewed it it's it's. DIA. MCI. SC I guess it is an Akron and so the first person to call in and tell me what that means gets an animal. Right that being said on that I earned mandate in the content now aren't. Thought you were acronyms and their work to sailor in Q do you refer to valley forge is via via via. Albeit still looming where we're gonna go to the movie I'm gonna get a via at and under the idea. Straight goofy kids. I've got no shoes. So anyway. This story comes suicide sparkle city man out of Abu the bird Spartanburg. Spartanburg. A man wanted in connection with a double homicide Massachusetts was arrested Friday in Spartanburg county signed a waiver agreeing go back to the base state. In his age he'd he'd basically agreed to be extradited. The guy's name is Wes dowdy DO UG HTY. I he was taken into custody after he was questioned and McDonald's parking lot while he was panhandling. It how we nine and forestry and I'm sure a lot of you people did you are listening area right now I know exactly where that adds probably. Ben and that McDonald's and they and a half times. Yeah some press that. Story though got me it well everything gets me to think and Hisham thinker but. Often times people. Will get to. Upset. Or angry because they don't understand why cops. Are the way that they are wired a short with me why why won't he shake my hand while he. Exchange pleasantries yeah I mean it in no uncertain given time and you know there's a time and a place for everything and and always made it a point. To go out of my way to to to be decent to people you know because they're just trying to be decent media but. Usually under the line shaking hands and wanna shake hands with people a beacon or your hands and indeed. I'm handing you the hand that I need to use to get to myself and where if I need it in a five dad you know it if you got it and I can't have it we got a big problem is some go south. But there a way to think about this for a second here's a guy who is panhandling and act literally out begging for money in the parking lot of McDonald's. And whether you know this was a self initiated an interaction between you know some cop travel and on the side of the road there and in in looks and says I'm into doubt that guy. Or maybe somebody from the McDonald's manager called today there's somebody panhandling and our parking lot. And and we want him not here to he's run a business off whatever the case may be the cop that rolled up on this thing. All he knows he's getting out with the guys this panhandle and it doesn't noticed it is so. You you almost have to. I hate used term overreact but you have to treat everybody the same. In that you have to be. In high. A lower at her high heel yeah when you're dealing with people because you don't know who they bar. You don't know that you know the 75 year old manager talking to. Is Whitey bulge via you don't know that the seventy some year old woman that you talking to a squeaky fromm. Just like the the Coptic got out with this guy had no idea that he was west Doherty and he was he was a a suspect in the double homicide yet and he was panhandling in the parking lot of the McDonald's it's. Organs aren't Carolina you know and in in all reality the police officer than initially responded probably thought. This is a you know like like so many people that are you know that would be at their pain Hanley is somebody that's you know at a word down their luck or whatever odds are that's probably what it is but I still had to be careful and and you know follow procedures. Keep my awareness levels where they need to be moved in and it just. Does turn out that this is parity guy and nom. You know wanted for. Double murder being a suspect in a double murder in Massachusetts. But I I also looked at this from the angle of that wow you just never know who because when the stories Kenneth starting come and now about. Suspect in a double murder in Massachusetts and you know arm Iran and you know be on the lookout and you know that the alerts bolo alert coming down our way and Mike. The odds yeah there's somebody from a metro area like Boston. That is wanted for this whether he's guilty innocent or whatever but at least they're wanting to catch him. Is gonna end up here in the low in my hold. He's just got over there in Spartanburg enemy in McDonald's parking lot. It it's just it. It from from law enforcement stand point. You when you're when you're sitting in traffic for instance see in your red light and in and you look around you you know you look at these cars you look at the people in their cars Buick Warwick. Who is that person yet what were they don't really coming from what do they do what's in the trunk what's in the backseat. NYU I keep hearing that thumping. Well you're asking for the troubled sexual from my track. It is it's. It's a weird state of mind to be in and I had an instructor at the academy tell me you know if if you're not curious about what's in your neighbor sock drawer. You're in the wrong profession. And that kind of sums it up you know you have to have that that they're curious mind you have to wanna know. Everything yet you know in Indy wanna dig around for it and to this story specifically. I can I can almost see this this process taking place in the word games in the main games that got played in hey you know what she named any idea not have any idea on the election and your date of birth would seem that South Carolina ID. Smith. John Smith or held Loria 42 what your date of birth in the you can see you can't match yet you can't think if that means I was down at. I never you can you can watch and do math in their head and it's. It's you know after about two seconds they've made the sales but their date of birth not ensure what's left for your social. 1234 come on indeed. Come on so it is just an interesting. Illustration I guess of why police officers behave the way that they behave in it seems unnatural and in oftentimes it seems mean or rude. And our I don't know it may a little. Kurt or cold yes and I Alice Tony before the show I mean I've known some people LaMont fortunate over the years but obviously. Doing the show with you and I was coming in from the military background only or at least he was military and law enforcement we interacted and had a lot of law enforcement officers as guests here yeah. Have gotten to know more. In this kind of help me understand a little more about now when I'm out about it you know see some officers some players that rather than it's like okay. He would just give them a half you know how signer of the thumbs I think he's that like that is. Rather than trying to approach and you know shake their hands and things like that just maybe be little more verbal hand in hand gesture. Well they're not always the jazz cannot be your number one side and not enough. Number one you know what I just I just thought that was on an interesting story it was a good way to illustrate some some psychology and a local blues react sociology I hear. Cool stuff. When we come back. A really cool article from general Don third. About the pace of change in the military in the world and we're gonna duck tale that was mother information that I think is gonna make for cool conversation we salute to service one a 63 W a RD which I think John BRB. Well Lori and. I'll never tell. It from me if I. Eating. I ID Johnny chuck. Salute your service one a 63 WORD. Glad to be way it is sunny Saturday man let me anywhere anywhere in in glad the weather's nice just. Not looking forward to the pollen. Coming down. Calling to mind and the low countries like it's everywhere and I'm polity here in another week. The yeah right we had a caller John has exercised his access and right for that England managed told free talk on 1803471063. John welcome to the ship. Good Guitar Hero again thanks for colony at. I had a little bit about story that I wanted to convey you could hear people all the time saying that you know we'll have a copy all that he can get out of the guy I was gonna do that he is projecting or whatever he had. In no way he could ignore local at a gun or knife that he was gonna. Browner whatever. And I have an example believer and I worked at one of the big home improvement stores and then on. In the plumbing aisle and I was on the telephone work with a female customer describing what she needed to what she needed shack that centrist center. This sounds a little long inning of a bad movie. And I. Know Pete well. Okay you know I'm on the Phillies John irons aging immunity you had buddy Garnett got his family friendly friendly show man. Both are concerned at this podium a telephone. I'll need to your original million teenagers can eat in my department is inserted up. Although I'm not BC Taipei. And were picked in the air America not that it looked to me like I had no idea what they won't. I don't puck into the customer itself up into her and her acting then instead of interacting with the might as well it would warn them. And tucked tight Betty at you and and credit back in the tank and handed them a different instead. And I picked up all the adapter and RY adapter now and any cap and all producer in love again. I look at them on the song and it got to look at him you are what does this guy do it. They had no idea what I was still and I discuss what they were. Why did that phone call. I sent a peg you guys are going to need some hand. And wolf you're gonna need anymore and how do you I don't what are you go out you know what the normal. And I think you guys are teenagers. If you're in the army in the part. Dirt you guys are building a pathetic and and I how did you know that I like our government once or twice and you know. The way that you didn't torture to him but only knew Richard yeah. Can translate that to police officers on the street every day. Do you want this guy had a right before he pulled a nice. You know can time a day or ten times a week or whatever he knew what was about to happen. Yeah experience. It SA area that's a great old good example they have things are like oh rationed out to his master Greg coney a very nice ride how do you anticipate certain things coming in and maulana work for the weaker. People column I stirs in you know where that you know whereas Nolan yeah it's just like okay turn it off and turn it. Regardless turn it off and turn it on ethics is everything yeah so a lot of this this general Don for an article here. And I'm not gonna read the whole thing because a super long but it starts off with. Mean swallowing starts off with. Reflect back on for decades of service in uniform it is clear that the pace of change is accelerated significantly. Do you think illustrates this more than when I compare my experience is lieutenant today to those of today's young officers. As a lieutenant I used the same Cold War cold weather gear my dad had in Korea point seven years earlier. The radios I used as a platoon commander in the same uncovered prayed 25 from Vietnam in this PRC 25 for you for you other people. Gee if we drove would have been familiar to veterans ruled were tuned to be honest so with the tactics despite incremental improvements in weapons in the dawn of the nuclear age lieutenant from World War II or Korea. Would have been comfortable with the exercises I participated in during the 1970s. My entry company still attacked two up in one back on 300 meter front edge and send it across 15100 meters. If things were not going as planned acted quickly finalize subordinate leaders look him in the eye and make the necessary corrections. That is not the case on today's battlefield in fact there are very few things that have not changed dramatically in the joint force since I was a lieutenant. He goes on to talk about the pace it which warfare is changing. And how we've gone from Cold War era tactics to a symmetric warfare in how. The the different components of the joint force are adapting to that and how. You know the equipment is is advancing at such a rapid pace of mean we've got. UAV's the size of a paper airplane yeah that you are able to be deployed by. A fire team. And to get real time information real time battlefield information not only back to that fire team back to that platoon. But back to the head (%expletive) yeah ward to the Pentagon and they can make real time decisions. Based on what they're seeing this happening. Right now. Actually I just read an article and I assured it on our FaceBook pages when he found it FaceBook dot com slash video award the salute service. That. These. That some Marines that are getting ready get to Afghanistan are taking these I mean like again you said little. Squad deplorable fire team deplorable little. Drones you may be that fit your pain right now they won't be in the air for furlong but at least. That's technologies like OK before we go around this corner and somebody get shot and let's fly this thing around and around a corner. Up over the roof and see what we've got a may be there's nothing may be is just a donkey here. Maybe there's three or four bag as they're so we toss it toss a grenade around my event yet yet can be at the end a key never. And so that the the change that has taken place. Over the careers of these these flag rank officers seized generals that are in now still in the military theory and in charge is tremendous and I had another article this week I came up. And brought it up and Randy and shared it. In the writer and a lot of people. That our military veterans or or even ones that there and maybe they're not a veteran but they've got a lot of military knowledge. That they seen other people seem surprised about but we don't so much is the the trio. Of of military man that have really come to the forefront here early on in the in the trump administration up things could change and they and they will say well you know. But how you've got Defense Secretary. James madness and then now Homeland Security secretary John Caylee and now the joint chiefs chairman jazz have done for. And these guys. Are a lot there's a lot more to them. Then then most people think. The right 'cause they've had to come up through what you were just reading about they've seen the evolution. That has taken place on the battlefield and the that the tactics the technology that diplomacy. That is that is required. Somebody to reach those ranks that Nina that they've achieved. I think a lot of people are going to be. Surprised. By. How intelligent. These men are these people that initially planned menace. Was still general Mattis. And waiting to be confirmed that the nomination process and everything in the referring to him mad dog Madison and over and over you hear that mad dog runs that. And that I don't like hearing. Journalists her earth. Nonmilitary people use that term because to me this count as that's that's that's our term for the guys know we can calling that we can come on admit that she can't. And and and that aside from that Ali's body gave a false impression it does it in Gaza all initially we're in the there think in some by this is just cite one of those battle field. You know dad is that it's just you know hell bent for leather kill them all god sort amounts to write scorched earth need it and Mattis is many things. But he's not bag. Not a lot of said he wouldn't seriously put some hurt on the enemy in Intel arm you know who I'm thinking. He definitely would admit that that's that's not the entirety of the man he is much more the intellectual and is even and we shared the articles a couple of weeks get some I was talking about. Things they've learned about him through writing a book and about how he's like. When he going to fight we're sure you need to get the year logistics in your tactics since and long term strategy damaging need to know. He needs I was somebody that has some about anthropology you need to know something about the the cultural history the social Altria the sociology this the psychological. Intel you need about the mindset of of the people here bright and that that the whole off a holistic sense of the enemy in in the east in this conversation. And I think these guys you know. Secretary Kelly and and and on for I think these guys. Have risen to the front because of how capable and and and how Smart they are. It aids. To it yes if people I think in the in the civilian world. Look at these guys because they're generals and think oh they must know they must've killed a whole bunch of people to be able to get to be general yeah it and it's the Frye really know how to polish a pair she's I don't buy in right they're discounting all this other experience everything else that makes them a mile long resonate is that each of these gentlemen a any any any of those three could have been secretary of state easily. Mean is it that rank it that flag rank you're your ambassador in uniform hmm. And I think that that carries a lot of weight with it and there's the music and we've got to go to break but when we come back we've got something that's gonna dovetail. Changes and always good. Changes always necessary. But it doesn't mean that the the changes the right change does that make sense or not I'll changes back. There we go could be silver lining and chuck sort of service one a 63 derby or do you check in John we'll be right back. Welcome back salute to service John and Shockey in the studio hook your haven't given Saturday you better me. Ingles advantaged total free top line is 1803471063. To common sense retirement planning Tex on 71307. I know you're you're talking about the the pace of change the article from. General don't heard and of course we talked a little bit about. If you're just Jonas has finished up segment talking about the pace of change in the in some of the things these. Men who're now in. Real positions of influence in the trump administration and kind of what what they came to the evolution of the military world that they experienced an out in a changes. You know it's a given sometimes it's good sometimes it's bad. Here's to bring change down to a a a much smaller level that illustrates the point and made me a little sad when I first read this story. Out of Fort Bragg. Just today opposed to strikes dot com. The army's. Vary last pathfinder company be activated at Fort Bragg and a little ceremony where they. Called the soldiers out one about lawn for one last time in. Basically you know vacated the preakness this via hand up to guide on yeah rolled up the guy on and you know. Probably had a little reception afterwards in the war I think you're offices around with something something new and different. That being in Baghdad it Leo likes traditions and military history. In these. But the legend that's associated with some units and in. Some Korean ms. machine is that the career path certain groups within the military in the pathfinder's is one of the as it. I mean really big time came into their own. In wall warts today right William nations you know. And ins for the first gas on the ground in as somebody had to beat air on the ground with those the little. Smudge pots and and flashlight since stuff like that to let. The pilots flying in this. It's that the C 47 snow up where to flip the green idol process of the screaming Eagles in the eighties at an all American went with nowhere to jump out. And anyway they've they've had been the activated but it's one of those things. There's a bright side a bright side to it she think about the this is the evolution the pace of change within the military in that was be a pathfinder was a risky gay. But now because of technology in the pace of change in that arena. We've got drones we've got the satellite in tale we've got you know the hand held GPS devices so that. The the tip of the spear gas going in and jumping are rolling in can. Get toll precise location a lot easier you don't necessarily have to drop off. A group of pathfinder's in them yet they make sure they're in the right place before they start you know sending out for the rest of the forced economy and and so the technology has. Kind of feel the need air bit. It is sad to me but then silver lining is that well. These guys. And I say guys because right now these are pretty much all via mail. Units these guys are now taking those schools outward. To other units 'cause if you're a Smart captain or Smart lieutenant some guy gets a sunny your company or your platoon and its. Coming in from that path I'll qualify under my god. Gonna show up and you gonna be like okay I'm taken all the squad leaders in myself for the next month you're gonna host training sessions where you teach us. Some point you know yet in the niece in the squad leaders back okay you take what you've learned and now teach your gas says that the team as a whole. Will grow stronger. Hopefully but because of something like this that it's. Yeah if firm is kind of like. You know what they do with ranger school you know you have to go to battalion. Out of ranger school you can go to ranger school winning go back to you know whatever line unit yeah but your bringing that. That not always bash with you and is now is train the trainer yet and and I think that that's. That is a bright side. The downside for me though is that we've got Alice technology. Dayton RA we're gonna use drones res satellite imagery or use all his stuff all 5050 years ago. The the the air force said we you know we don't need on airplanes anymore. The only guy and so none guns and she's Florida gun yeah there's not going to be dog fights we got radar they can see over the horizon missiles that can get out there are in touch him. We don't need guns dog fights her thing in the past we fast forward in 19686970. In their pilots in an F four phantom without God's going to. We need it god we need it done because now we're getting burden slaughtered up here weren't turn in dog fights with the very nimble airplanes. With big canons on. And and you end up with. You know. Fighter jets with those. It's silly looking gun pods kind of yeah stuck on the bottom of home yet and and and having to adapt to fly in this than in and out the US. Kind of went back in oh yeah maybe we were little hasty air yeah yeah I mean you can get in a situation with these pathfinder guys I mean technology is great but technology fails it does and it I don't think it is always your replacement and it and you know understanding army stop processing it was save little money he misses this is something that we don't need but he closed the schoolhouse down. See that's that's what I woods would be against maybe you don't close a school house down you start moving that's that's. Moving those teachers. There's instructors and and other schools could east you still need men and now women and they start you know show in to go in this combat MO SS. You're still gonna need those skill sets out there you go on any people that know how to do these things and in an in small groups. Yeah and so I don't think he's. You can't it's. Do like they did with the fighter jets in the late sixties we don't need begun you can't you can't have that mindset with this again had to keep that skill sets around. And in and I've. I think right now if if there's anything going. For the military in SA because there's a lot of things going for it but it yeah if nothing else. We've got a lot of salty combat experienced veterans out there now. In the enlisted ranks in the officer ranks people that have been hired gun. Right where there there. Infantry armor artillery special forces special ops or their people working quarter master logistics stuff what it you've got a lot of people. That know what it's like to be in hot zone and have this you know shoot move and communicate in move stuff around. Well eight a good example that you look at. McMaster. Dahlia yeah yeah who is you know and now he's the national security guys Alex Flinn so super Smart guy. Oh what was she doing in the first gulf war he was part of the the biggest tank battle yet 73 east. Since world war to him that guy knows armor yet. Now for a week who are we right now in another Cold War width. The only other country this got armor. Of any competition. To what we've got in this in in Russia now so who better qualified. To go to war in armor war with Russia than a guy who's been to war in armor war with Russian tanks yet. And we got Smart guys there and I think it's I think sooner. Or later at the rest of America in the media are gonna catch up and realize there's a lot more of these men than just. Being soldiers Marines aero what had. We got a break for the news folks when we come back a little geno I dream gunfire a little rapid fire headed your way salute to service one a 63 WORD would check in John. We'll be right back.