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Ep. 2: Dragonheart

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In this latest episode of After Action, Max and Paul talk about the best dragon movies and women in the infantry. They also discuss the debate over NFL players protesting by taking a knee during the national anthem, and the strange case of an Army officer who also happens to be a big fan of communism.

We have a special guest on this episode: Jack Mandaville. Jack describes himself as an ex-marine and Netflix aficionado with terrible self-esteem. He’s also a writer for Duffel Blog, star of the film “Range 15,” and the creator of many hilarious videos on Instagram and Facebook. Follow Jack on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.


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  1. VR

    October 2, 2017 at 5:35 pm

    Thanks for another hilarious episode. I like that you can take important issues and seriously dissect them, but can keep it light. It reminds me of Click and Clack of Car Talk. Nice job.

  2. John bassett

    October 4, 2017 at 4:54 am

    Listening to you guys was like hanging out in the garage with my buddies. Except the conversation went someplace somewhat meaningful. Well done.

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  4. Aleksandar Pavlovich

    October 4, 2017 at 10:15 pm

    The argument of “Can we tell the same jokes?” against women in the infantry reminds me of the Sit-Down talk we had from our CO when they removed DADT:

    After the CO’s somber explanation of new rules – the question that we ended up spending the most time on came from our platoon’s “self-proclaimed ladies-man” who was 100% New Jersey shore in looks and attitude. The question: “So uh Sir, can we still like make jokes? Like if I slap Smith’s ass and say ‘good game’ like I’m not trying to be gay, but can we still do that?” 😀

    • W.I.

      October 10, 2017 at 2:39 pm

      I’m just an ROTC cadet right now, but from what I’ve seen, females in the Army are more likely to laugh at dirty jokes than males in the Air Force. Male grunts aren’t a good representation of the average American male, and female grunts won’t be either. Let’s be honest: people in the military are different. We’re special. (Well, maybe not “we”, but “they”. I don’t know. I blur the line between military and civilian.)