Nick Irving is a New York Times best-selling author, a star on network television shows like “American Grit,” an entrepreneur, and considered a legend by many in the Special Operations community for his remarkable service as an Army Ranger. It didn’t come easy though, and the success came through a lot of trial and error, including some major missteps early on. For the first time on SOFREP Radio, Nick gets into the story behind all of this with Jack Murphy, and the formula he used to keep moving forward to where he is now, while still remaining the down to earth guy that his fellow Rangers remember him to be. We talk about the movie “The Wall” he got to take part in with his friend John Cena, his latest book “Way of the Reaper: My Greatest Untold Missions and the Art of Being a Sniper,” updates on his Jay-Z produced show for NBC “The Reaper,” and all the other projects he is working on.
We also cover some news, and Jack Murphy gives his take on evidence of Assad’s war crimes in Syria. We get into the latest with Russia and North Korea as well. Your e-mails sent to [email protected] are answered, including an anticipated new voice memo from our friend Gene Farnsworth. Don’t miss it, and whether you’re a member to SOFREP.com or not, we want to see more reviews coming from you the listeners on Apple Podcasts, that’s an order!
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