New evidence of a second bullet changes the story of the John F. Kennedy assassination. We discuss the significance.
About the Conversation
In John Kuhn's 20 year career in Army Special Operations he has personally been on the front lines of world events and has been required to know history and politics in a way that not many have because of the operational nature of his profession.
He is one of the most well read people I know and we always have enlightening conversations together on a wide range of subjects, from the US economy, politics, love, life, the media, to US and world history, when we catch up every few weeks.
We always come out of the conversations with a deeper understanding, sometimes a different viewpoint, and always richer in our understanding.
We decided to do share some of these conversations with you and know you'll leave richer as well.
ABOUT JOHN KUHN
John Kuhn served 20-years in U.S. Army special operations, five years in the 75th Ranger Regiment and fifteen years as an operational member in the U.S. Army’s Special Mission Counterterrorism Unit.
After the September 11 attacks, he served in multiple task forces in Iraq, Afghanistan, the Arabian Peninsula, North Africa, and the Horn of Africa.
He earned the Silver Star, six Bronze Stars, including one for valor, an Army Commendation Medal for valor, and two Purple Hearts.
Upon retirement from the Army, he attended Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business, where he earned a graduate degree in business management.
Since then, he co-founded an animated training technology company. He also helps select high net worth customers with niche security concerns.
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