MCS 300 – Buck’s Favorite Military Stories (And Operation SOS)

MCS 300 - Operation Save Our Soldiers
MCS 300 - Operation Save Our Soldiers
MCS 300 – Operation Save Our Soldiers

Yesterday was Memorial Day in the United States.

Most people don’t realize that Memorial Day goes all the way back to the Civil War.

In modern times, we honor all those who died in the service of our military, protecting our freedom, on Memorial Day.

Freedom isn’t free, as the saying goes.

But even those who survive war pay a steep price:

22 soldiers take their own lives every single day.

That’s happening right now.

But there’s something you can do to help.

In this week’s podcast episode, Modern Combat & Survival’s Buck Greene sits in for Jeff Anderson to tell some of his favorite MCS military stories from the Modern Combat & Survival Blog… and explains what you can do right now to help these soldiers suffering from PTSD.

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Here’s What You’ll Discover In This Week’s Episode:

  • How an SAS point man used a weapon you and I can buy from a gun store to kill 5 Jihadis in 7 seconds!
  • How a soldier saved the lives of more than a hundred of his fellow soldiers… WITHOUT his rifle.
  • Why a “big blade” is still relevant to combat today… even if you’ve already been shot and “blown up” by a grenade!
  • Multiple tips Jeff Anderson learned the hard when in the military that you can apply to bugging out (and preparing your bug-out bag).

Memorial Day has always been a day to honor our war dead.

We’ve been through a lot in the last few months… and now, more than ever, our nation’s soldiers who’ve survived war need us to help them, too.

Resources Mentioned In This Podcast:

Do You Have A Favorite Military Story From A Friend, Relative, Or Your Own Service?

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Operation Save Our Soldiers Needs Your Help

Operation Save Our Soldiers

Happy Memorial Day!

Most people don’t realize that Memorial Day dates all the way back to the Civil War days!

Today, it’s a day that we use to honor all those men and women who died in the service of our country – protecting our freedom.

But as they say, “Freedom isn’t free!”, right?

In fact, even for those who actually survive the horrors of combat, the war doesn’t end…

As you probably know, an average of 22 soldiers take their own lives each and every day due to the emotional scars from combat-related trauma – yes, even TODAY!

And for the rest, life “back home” doesn’t end the suffering and our brave men and women fall victim to sleepless nights filled with nightmares… “survivor’s guilt“… a poor Veterans care system… alcohol abuse… failed marriages… children wondering “what happened to their dad or mom?”.

I know because I’ve suffered myself.

3 failed marriages… innocent children caught in the aftermath… and lost years of the “old me”.

In fact, one of the reasons I established our “Operation Save Our Soldiers” non-profit was to help my fellow veterans reclaim their life when they get back from combat.

But I can’t do it alone…

Please consider not just “honoring” our fallen soldiers – but actually helping to SAVE ONE by making a $3 donation to Operation Save Our Soldiers (our 501c3 non-profit organization) because we’ve literally uncovered a CURE for combat-related PTSD…

Nope, that’s not a typo…

We’re actually CURING soldiers – often in as little as a single 2-hour session – with NO drugs, intensive therapies, voodoo, or any other “coping mechanisms”.

A cure.

Done.

Life reclaimed… back to normal!

All of your tax-deductible donation goes directly to sponsoring the soldiers on our wait-list since they pay NOTHING toward their travel, accommodations, or treatment.

Yes, you heard me… soldiers pay ZERO!

It’s donations from patriotic citizens like you who make it possible for us to change lives.

And all it takes is a simple $3 donation to show you won’t forget…

Thank you for your support!

Do You Know Someone With PTSD? Has This Issue Touched Your Life?

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