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The Protector Culture Podcast with Jimmy Graham, teaches you the basics of what it means to be a Protector and will highlight our nation’s need to return to the foundation of “Take Care of One Another”. Jimmy Graham is a Veteran U.S. Navy SEAL, and Former Protective Officer for the CIA’s elite Global Response Staff or GRS. He is currently founder and CEO of Able Shepherd Emergency Readiness Training out of Denver, Colorado and is a proud husband and the father of 4 amazing children. Each week, Jimmy and his selected guests will provide insight on what is needed to responsibly protect and shepherd those in our care.
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Jimmy is joined by Parker Mansourand Brian Karch in a free flowing discussion about the importance of the father figure in the family, sharing memories of their fathers and childhood, as well as some advice for current fathers and fathers to be.   https://able-nation.org   https://protectorculture.com   https://ableshepherd.com https://www.facebook.com/ableshepherd/ https://www.instagram.com/ableshepherd/?hl=en   https://standinthegapinitiative.com
Seven men head out into the reaches of the California desert to tackle the CA BDR aka California Backcountry Discovery Route.  The spectacular and challenging (expert only) 820-mile ride covers the south-eastern region of California. For the most part the trail consists of rugged two-track and remote dirt roads leading riders through majestic canyons, rocky riverbeds, and sandy washes of California’s famous deserts and national preserves, including a dream ride in the Mojave Preserve.   Keep in mind, each rider carried all of their equipment with them, on their bikes, including food, water, tent, sleeping bags, clothes, and tools for on the trail repairs.  For a little extra support and comfort, the riders were blessed with a Ford Raptor chase vehicle carrying a propane skillet for eggs, bacon, and steaks .. as well as a cooler full of ice and Coors Light !    Listen in and watch as five of the seven team members discuss topics ranging from the best piece of equipment .. to the items which were not needed and could have been left behind .. as well as several stories from the desert :-)   https://ridebdr.com   https://able-nation.org   https://protectorculture.com   https://ableshepherd.com https://www.facebook.com/ableshepherd/ https://www.instagram.com/ableshepherd/?hl=en   https://standinthegapinitiative.com
Jimmy is the guest speaker on the Walk the Talk American podcast discussing the topic of Guns and Mental Health.   Guns and Mental Health by Walk the Talk America, Episode 38: Jimmy Graham   Jimmy Graham spent more than a decade and a half as a Navy SEAL while earning multiple certifications and promoted several times. He has served overseas in combat missions in Iraq, Afghanistan, Lebanon, and Libya. He has trained federal, state, and local law enforcement as well as EMS, firefighters, and dispatch personnel, traveling across the nation to do all of the above.    Jimmy works closely with civilians and professionals alike to improve their knowledge, understanding, and preparation in both armed and unarmed responses to life-threatening situations including active shooter situations and terrorist attacks.    https://walkthetalkamerica.org/podcast/ https://protectorculture.com   https://ableshepherd.com https://www.facebook.com/ableshepherd/ https://www.instagram.com/ableshepherd/?hl=en   https://standinthegapinitiative.com
Ever wonder what the vision is for the Protector Culture and how it integrates with the Able Shepherd training program, Stand In The Gap Initiative, and Able-Nation.org ?     In this episode Jimmy weaves the story together highlighting the purpose and enthusiasm incorporated into  each initiative.   https://able-nation.org https://www.facebook.com/ablenation501c3/   https://protectorculture.com   https://ableshepherd.com https://www.facebook.com/ableshepherd/ https://www.instagram.com/ableshepherd/?hl=en   https://standinthegapinitiative.com
Every so often one will see, read, or hear something which really sticks with them and is contemplated over and over in an effort to fully understand or digest the information.  In today’s episode, Jimmy introduces three items described as “must see.”   Gary Ellis, a fellow SEAL Team member, introduces Jimmy to a book by Jordan Peterson “12 Rules for Life” which in turn led Jimmy to a YouTube interview conducted by GQ Magazine to include a very healthy verbal debate https://youtu.be/yZYQpge1W5s   The second item on JImmy’s list is “Free Burma Rangers” available to rent via Amazon https://www.amazon.com/gp/video/detail/B0876L6SPK/ref=atv_dp_share_cu_r   Rounding out the initial top three list is a more lighthearted YouTube channel titled “Matt’s Off Road Recovery” https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwdVOry0oNF9WIe_3uCfz9Q    An extra credit fourth item is included as the conversation draws to an end and the podcast wraps up, so be sure not to miss it.   https://able-nation.org https://www.facebook.com/ablenation501c3/ https://protectorculture.com https://ableshepherd.com https://www.facebook.com/ableshepherd/ https://www.instagram.com/ableshepherd/?hl=en https://standinthegapinitiative.com
Parker Mansour (AS019) joins Jimmy Graham (AS001) to discuss lead exposure, safety principles, and mitigation options for protectors who shoot and train in an indoor or outdoor range environment.    The primary sources of lead exposure in a training environment include inhalation, which requires the use of a properly designed ventilation and filtration system combined with the importance of sanitation and hygiene with regards to no food or drink on the range, washing your hands after exiting the range, removing your clothing and shoes before entering the house, and washing your range clothing separate from your normal clothes.   Options for removing lead residue from your body, clothing, and floors: D Lead  https://smile.amazon.com/s?k=d+lead+soap&crid=29348CNYISQHY&sprefix=d+lead+%2Caps%2C197&ref=nb_sb_ss_ts-doa-p_1_7 Lead Off - https://smile.amazon.com/s?k=lead+off+soap&ref=nb_sb_noss_2 Simple Green - https://smile.amazon.com/s?k=simple+green&ref=nb_sb_noss_1   https://protectorculture.com https://ableshepherd.com https://www.facebook.com/ableshepherd/ https://www.instagram.com/ableshepherd/?hl=en https://standinthegapinitiative.com https://able-nation.org https://www.facebook.com/ablenation501c3/
Jimmy facilitates a discussion with Brian Karch (AS 051) through the ‘Graham Family Sayings’.  Building upon the military notion of CNR (challenge and reply) what is used within the Graham family to prepare the family for an adventure, or for what life holds in store for them.   Highlights include:   if you die, we split your gear .. so don’t die what’s rewarded .. gets repeated horse play .. leads to sick bay if you are keeping score .. you have already lost leave things .. better than you found them   Enjoy the conversation as Jimmy explains the meaning behind the sayings listed above, as well as several others that you won’t want to miss. https://protectorculture.com https://ableshepherd.com https://www.facebook.com/ableshepherd/ https://www.instagram.com/ableshepherd/?hl=en https://standinthegapinitiative.com https://able-nation.org https://www.facebook.com/ablenation501c3/
Jimmy is once again joined by Brian Karch (AS 051) aka Bk to compare notes and participate in an open discussion regarding some of the topics highlighted in the book, The Boy Crisis: Why Our Boys Are Struggling and What We Can Do About It, co-authored by Warren Farrell PhD and John Gray PhD.  https://smile.amazon.com/Boy-Crisis-Boys-Struggling-About/dp/1948836130/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=the+boy+crisis&qid=1615048119&sr=8-1 Crisis of Education - Worldwide, boys are 50 percent less likely than girls to meet basic proficiency in reading, math, and science.  Crisis of Mental Health - ADHD is on the rise. And as boys become young men, their suicide rates go from equal to girls to six times that of young women.  Crisis of Fathering - Boys are growing up with less-involved fathers and are more likely to drop out of school, drink, do drugs, become delinquent, and end up in prison.  Crisis of Purpose -  Boys’ old sense of purpose of being a warrior, a leader, or a sole breadwinner are fading. Many bright boys are experiencing a “purpose void,” feeling alienated, withdrawn, and addicted to immediate gratification.   https://able-nation.org https://www.facebook.com/ablenation501c3/ https://protectorculture.com https://ableshepherd.com https://www.facebook.com/ableshepherd/ https://www.instagram.com/ableshepherd/?hl=en https://standinthegapinitiative.com
Jimmy empties the truck to review and discuss various pieces of equipment and gear for consider.   While it might be difficult to visualize the equipment presented in a video format, we recommend heading over to the Protector Culture website to view the video segment.   https://protectorculture.com   https://ableshepherd.com https://www.facebook.com/ableshepherd/
Jimmy is joined by Brian Karch (AS 051) who steps out from behind the cameras and audio recording devices to discuss where we are now in February 2021 with regards to our Nation leading up to President’s Day.   Starting locally, what can we do in an effort to create, participate, and be a part of a Community of like minded individuals? More importantly, where does accountability start? Now is the time to step up and do something good every single day.   Additional topics include: a discussion about heroes, the attack of masculinity on young men, and what it will take to right the course for future generations.   The Protector Culture podcast is sponsored by Able-Nation.org which is a 501(c)3 Organization providing support to churches, schools, and civic groups, with material and training for the purpose of increasing safety and security. We prayerfully ask you to consider a tax deductible donation to facilitate the efforts of Able Nation.   https://able-nation.org https://www.facebook.com/ablenation501c3/   https://protectorculture.com   https://standinthegapinitiative.com   https://ableshepherd.com https://www.facebook.com/ableshepherd/
In Part 2 of the ‘Out of Towners’ Jimmy delves into deeper discussions as to where are we at now (Jan 2021) and what can we do to provide an impact to our lives and those around us.   Nick HIggins (AS 075) and Jason Campbell (AS 086) continue to field questions like how did they hear about or find out about the Able Shepherd training program, highlights of the recent defensive driving training, and some deeper faith based discussions about protecting yourself, your family, and your community in times of disarray and corruption.     The Protector Culture podcast is sponsored by Able-Nation.org which is a 501(c)3 Organization providing support to churches, schools and civic groups, in material and training, for the purpose of increasing safety and security.  We ask you to kindly consider a tax deductible donation to facilitate the efforts of Able Nation.   https://able-nation.org https://protectorculture.com https://standinthegapinitiative.com https://ableshepherd.com https://www.instagram.com/protector_culture/
In the Protector Culture inaugural podcast for 2021 Jimmy is joined by the ‘Out of Towners’ Nick Higgins (AS 075)  from Maine and Jason Cambell (AS 086) from Montana.  The free flowing conversations range from the transition of power from President Trump to Joe Biden, how Nick and Jason came to hear about the Able Shepherd training program, and the importance of developing the skills to protect your own family. The Protector Culture podcast is sponsored by Able-Nation.org which is a 501(c)3 Organization providing support to churches, schools and civic groups, in material and training, for the purpose of increasing safety and security.  We ask you to kindly consider a tax deductible donation to facilitate the efforts of Able Nation.   https://able-nation.org https://protectorculture.com https://standinthegapinitiative.com https://ableshepherd.com https://www.instagram.com/protector_culture/
Retired Navy SEAL Jimmy Graham joins KDH to discuss service, faith, family, and giving back.  Jimmy started Able Shepherd to prepare civilians and help them realize that their family’s safety cannot be delegated. KDH and Jimmy discuss tactical readiness, training your family, and increasing your inner circle. Check out Jimmy’s podcast at The Protector Culture Podcast with Jimmy Graham. Jimmy Graham https://ableshepherd.com/ jimmy.graham@ableshepherd.com https://www.instagram.com/protector_culture/ https://standinthegapinitiative.com https://protectorculture.com BadAssDads https://www.badassdads.org/ https://www.facebook.com/badassdadorg/ https://www.instagram.com/badassdads_podcast/ twitter.com/BADad_org As 2020 comes to an end, please consider a tax deductible donation to Able Nation which is a 501(c)3 Organization providing support to churches, schools and civic groups, in material and training, for the purpose of increasing safety and security. https://able-nation.org
In this episode, Jimmy is joined by Skip Miller and Parker Mansour for a high level year in review as well as a next steps discussion for the Stand in the Gap Initiative which to date includes several local groups with 700+ participants. Based on the foundation of the 2 Minute and 10 Minute Circles what are the next steps ?  On the back of the 2 and 10 card is a list of 15 items to gather and or prepare for in the event of an emergency … with an emphasis on knowing how to use and be effective with the items listed.   For example: HAM radio programmed and can you communicate with other members of your group ? Contents of your vehicle bag .. participate in a shake out hike .. do you have all the items you need and do you know how to deploy and use the contents ? Transitioning from summer to winter .. have you updated the items in your vehicle relevant to the season ? Yourself + Your Gear = Your Capability The next series of informational meetings related to the Stand in the Gap Initiative launch the week of 14 Dec 2020, and an email is being sent out to individuals who have signed up at  https://standinthegapinitiative.com https://protectorculture.com https://ableshepherd.com As 2020 comes to an end, please consider a tax deductible donation to Able Nation which is a 501(c)3 Organization providing support to churches, schools and civic groups, in material and training, for the purpose of increasing safety and security. https://able-nation.org
In this episode, Jimmy is joined by Mike Glover, CEO of Fieldcraft Survival and Founder of American Contingency. Jimmy and Mike have very similar backgrounds starting out as an enlisted soldiers in the armed forces, moving into a special operations career, and working as a contractor in Benghazi for one of our very own three letter agencies. CEO’s of their respective organizations, Jimmy and Mike engage in an open and organic conversation about the importance of preparedness in everyday life, what’s in store in the coming months and years, and some advice or guidance for those who are looking to serve .. whether it be in their local communities and/or in the United States Armed Forces.  Additional information for Jimmy Graham: Jimmy Graham is a Veteran U.S. Navy SEAL, and Former Protective Officer for the CIA’s elite Global Response Staff or GRS. He is currently founder and CEO of Able Shepherd Emergency Readiness Training out of Denver, Colorado and is a proud husband and the father of 4 amazing children.  https://able-nation.org https://standinthegapinitiative.com https://protectorculture.com https://ableshepherd.com Additional information for Mike Glover: Mike Glover is a former Special Forces disabled veteran with more than 18 years of military service, Mike has operated at the highest levels of Special Forces. Deploying 15 times to combat theaters, he has served in the following positions: SF Weapons Specialist, SF Sniper, SF Assaulter/Operator, SF Recon Specialist, SF Joint Terminal Air Controller (JTAC), SF Team Sgt, and SF Operations SGM. https://fieldcraftsurvival.com https://americancontingency.locals.com
Audio excerpt of a radio interview conducted by Mandy Connell on Veteran’s Day 2020.   Highlights include a discussion between Jimmy and Mandy with regards to why ‘We the People Must Stand United’ and various attacks on the foundation of our country. Take a moment to listen to their conversation and dig deep within yourself to determine … What Do You Stand For ? What is Your Hill to Take ? Do I Care Enough to Take a Stand Now ?   https://koanewsradio.iheart.com/featured/mandy-connell/ https://standinthegapinitiative.com https://protectorculture.com https://ableshepherd.com
This episode is taken from the podcast Shelter in Place with Laura Joyce Davis. This description is taken from the original podcast Laura talks with a former Navy Seals officer and CIA bodyguard and his "sage" about creating community we can count on in our greatest times of need. Jimmy Graham is the founder and CEO of Able Shepherd, an active shooter-response training program. Neil Pinkham is the COO of Able Shepherd. Jimmy and Neil also work together on the Stand in the Gap Initiative. Trigger warning: While there is nothing graphic in this content, this episode frequently mentions guns and shooting.   You can hear more episodes of Shelter in place here: https://www.shelterinplacepodcast.info/   https://ableshepherd.com/ https://standinthegapinitiative.com/ 
In episode 37, Jimmy discuss the situation and events surrounding the tragic and untimely death of a citizen in Denver on 10 Oct 2020 shortly after a Supporting the Blue Patriot Rally. https://ableshepherd.com Protecting our People class   https://protectorculture.com previous Podcast’s and YouTube episodes   FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/ableshepherd/ https://www.facebook.com/standinthegapinitiative   LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jimmygraham1/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/able-shepherd-training-center-346338182/
This episode is an audio excerpt from a radio interview with Randy Corporon of 710 KNUS in which Jimmy talks with Randy about the Stand In The Gap Initiative and the importance of helping people within a community.   https://ableshepherd.com/ https://standinthegapinitiative.com/  Hear the full radio show here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/wake-up-with-randy-corporon-october-10-2020-hr-3/id1288616112?i=1000494288438
In episode 35, Jimmy reviews the preparedness options and steps to take leading up to the 2020 Elections.   https://standinthegapinitiative.com -> Readiness Tab -> Google Drive share - Sunday night Zoom meeting covering specific preparedness topics - Recordings, Documents, and Resource Information   Next Stand in the Gap Initiative Meeting:  22 Oct 2020, 6:00 to 8:00pm The Rock Church in Castle Rock 4881 Cherokee Drive, Castle Rock, CO 80109   2 and 10 Circle Group Meetings: Develop your 2 and 10 Circle, Review your Preparedness Needs, Develop your 2 and 10 Communication Plan   Castle Rock Tuesday, October 6th 2:00–3:00pm Festival Park 300 Second St, Castle Rock, CO 80104   Englewood Wednesday, October 7th 4:30–5:30pm Kneaders Bakery 9846 Zenith Meridian Dr, Englewood, CO 80112   Elizabeth Thursday, October 8th 10:00–11:00am Bandt Park 100 West Poplar Street, Elizabeth, CO 80107   Englewood Friday, October 9th 10:00–11:00am Starbucks 8243 S Quebec St, Englewood, CO 80112   Parker Friday, October 9th 11:00am–Noon Hilltop Tap House 19878 Hilltop Road, Parker, CO 80134   https://ableshepherd.com -> Protecting Our People class   https://protectorculture.com -> previous Podcast’s and YouTube episodes   FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/ableshepherd/ https://www.facebook.com/standinthegapinitiative   LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jimmygraham1/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/able-shepherd-training-center-346338182/
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