Hugh Slatter has a story that you may not have heard before, but we feel you need to. That’s why he’s our featured guest here on Episode 338. Serving in Zimbabwe’s Air Force and earning the rank of Air Vice Marshal, Slatter saw the tyrannical governments in Africa in a light that few ever have, and none would ever wish to. He details his story of imprisonment and torture, and eventually his move to the U.S. Slatter’s book discusses all of this at length, and all proceeds for the memoir go toward veteran causes. It’s called “Pilot, Prisoner, Patriot: One Man’s Triumph over Torture & Tragedy” available exclusively on, and you can get it signed there as well.

Jack Murphy also recaps going to the NYC March for Our Lives, and interviewing attendees for a future short documentary airing on The Spec Ops Channel. …I admit that I realized after we recorded, that we also should have gotten into the appointment of John Bolton to National Security Advisor! I will make note that we need to hit that next time. We also read your emails sent to [email protected]. Don’t forget to leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, it’s quick and it helps us continue to pump out kick-ass content for you twice each week.