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Gino Arcaro is a former police officer/detective and College Law Enforcement program co-ordinator and professor. He is a widely-published author, gym owner, strength and football coach. Blunt Talk podcast gives Gino a voice to inspire the entire planet "To Lift" – each other and themselves – on any field and in any field. Read his book Soul of a Lifter, available on Amazon, to get an in-depth insight into how to improve your life and reach your fullest potential.

Aug 1, 2016


My Final Re-Spot. U.S. Navy Veterans, Wesley Etheridge Sr. from Virginia along with co-author John Pugioti from New York, recount the naval incident that lead to a 40-year path of uncertainty and unanswered questions. Their book, My Final Re-Spot, is the culmination of a renewed relationship that seeks out those answers to try to bring peace to both men’s traumatized lives. Listen as they share powerful real-life insights and inspirations. Guaranteed to lift. Free, permanently archived download compliments of X Fitness. Blessings & all good things. #peace                                                                                                                       

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Kirk Schneider
over a year ago

good evening. I myself am a veteran of the FID. I served onboard from 76-80 ,along with John. I was attached to the C.I.C. ( OI DIVISION ) and standing watch on the bridge, behind the Captain that day of the crash. I just recently this past year spoke to john, after 38 years. We had never met before, but we are now brothers forever. I saw the carnage, and was sickened by it. I saw the pilot being escorted by two Marines, to the Captains stateroom, but who I thought it was, I cannot be sure, by name. I told John of this also. The pilot was whisked away off the ship, so as nobody had a chance to kill him. believe me, many were out for blood. His name was given. He was flown off the ship, and that was that. His stupidity of flying into a foul deck lead to two sailors dying, and John and 9 others severely injured for life. It sickens me, worse than could be known. Nightmares are still happening to me these days. My search for that pilot is not over. I promised that to John. This was a coverup that should be known. I also saw this pilot almost taxi off the flight deck, he was lucky. It was said he was in a trance. They should of let him die..