The Navy SEAL Museum Friendly Fire Podcast

The podcast where two old friends with differing opinions get together to discuss current events and topics and still part as friends.

Welcome to the Friendly Fire Podcast, a Navy SEAL Museum production. Our podcast is recorded in our MK-V Assualt Craft at the Museum. Based in Fort Pierce Florida, the Museum resides on the original training grounds of the predecessors to today’s Navy SEALs.

Week of October 5, 2020

Is there a place for women to serve in Special Forces, specifically as Navy SEALs? The right to vote for all–but only with proof of identity? Appointing the Ninth Supreme Court Justice now or later? Can you be both a SEAL and a politician?

The Friendly Fire podcast is hosted by the Museum’s Chief Operating Officer, Rick Kaiser, retired Navy SEAL Master Chief, and Tim Nichols, retired Marine and current professor at Duke University; Tim joins the conversation from his home base in North Carolina.

Special thanks to Shine a Light Productions for support of this production.

Friendly Fire Podcast Archive

Friendly Fire Podcast – Week of October 19, 2020

Friendly Fire Podcast – Week of October 19, 2020

“I voted.” Is there fraud, or is the system simply flawed? Crossing (and redrawing) electoral lines–census or incensed? Identifying what’s good about America. The Navy SEAL Museum supports young people who come inquiring about military service. Is college for everyone? Raising individuals as individuals.

Friendly Fire Podcast – Week of October 12, 2020

Friendly Fire Podcast – Week of October 12, 2020

Two military guys discuss gun control and thoughts on the infringement of the Second Amendment. Investing in law enforcement and backing their service before citizens compensate? “Who’s good, who’s bad?” Embracing protests without arms. Running down groups running roughshod.

Friendly Fire Podcast – Week of September 22, 2020

Friendly Fire Podcast – Week of September 22, 2020

Is protesting appropriate in the arena of professional sports? More or less guidance and regulations for the “COVID Deployment”? Term limits for Supreme Court Justices in light of the contributions and passing of Ruth Bader Ginsburg?