Francis takes the helm and the guys bring you great words of wisdom for April 2021.
Martin has the conn and the guys do a history episode on the pivotal WWII Battle of Stalingrad. The guys have all the angles covered here, including the tactics, personalities and strategic implications.
Shatner-paloozza winds up with Francis in the captain's chair as the guys talk the cultural impact of everyone's favorite captain, James Tiberius Kirk. Leadership lessons, favorite moments, and why Kirk reaches us are all on the table.
Shatner-paloozza continues with a celebration of the man himself as his 90th birthday approaches.
Shatner-paloozza begins with words of wisdom from James T. Kirk.
Martin takes the conn (Martin is also growing fond of the nautical terms) and steers the guys through a history discussion of the War in the Pacific. Martin wants to talk about John Prados' take that the Solomons Campaign was more important than the Battle of Midway to beating the Japanese. Check the book Islands of Destiny to see what Martin's talking about. Worth your time.
Robert takes the conn and steers the USS Snakes & Otters into an appreciation of that pioneering TV sensation, Babylon 5. And yes, we do eventually let Francis off the leash.
Francis takes the reins here and works hard to convince Robert and Martin that French king Louis XIV is a hero from the past worth emulating. Robert is willing to be convinced. Martin is busy testing his guillotine. Listen up to see how Francis fares in his endeavor.
Martin captains this month's Code of Honor. He pulls in Reagan after the Challenger Disaster, Francis kicks off with Oscar Wilde, and Robertus Malleus does his thing with Herman Melville.