The Mike Drop podcast is hosted by former Navy SEAL, Mike Ritland. It is a not so politically correct discussion of wide ranging topics that span from government, politics and war to health and fitness, from guns and survival skills to food and nutrition with music, BBQ and a touch of everything else in between. This is THE platform that is completely raw, totally unfiltered and in your face, while still intellectually sound with good intuitive dialogue between A-holes that know what they’re talking about.
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Mike Ritland and Shane Hiatt have been friends for a long time. Which is a surprisingly rare thing in the veteran community - the odds that two SEAL Team guys would run into each other again and again aren't quite as high as you might think. But Shan... more
It takes all sorts to make the world, but only a select few are chosen to lead. Just ask Shane Hiatt - he's a former Point Man for SEAL Team 3, where he met and served together with our very own Mike Ritland. Since then they've been good friends for ... more
Retired Navy SEAL Drago Dzieran has a complicated past. Before serving twenty years at the Tip of the Spear, he was a political prisoner in his home country of Poland after they assumed Communist rule. After immigrating to America, he became a citize... more
Not as good as that Shawn Ryan dude but still a modest podcast 😉
Love your show Mike. The 5 stars is for your overall show. You have an excellent ability to ask the right questions and keep us intrigued. That said, episode 156 with Rudy Reyes was a tough listen. I mean absolutely no disrespect to him; he has been through more than most. Problem was he wouldn’t stop talking. He would turn your most simple questions into long winded diatribes that covered a broad spectrum of things not related to the topic. Again, I hate bringing up a negative, but I know you w... more
Started listening to Mike on SOFREP. Been listening ever since. This was one of the top 5 interviews Mike has conducted. We should be be ashamed as a Nation that we have let down our Military Heroes in NOT giving them FULL RETIREMENTS, full Medical, EDUCATION-FULL TUITION, when it becomes necessary, be it 8 years, 10 years, 12 years, after repeated workups and deployments as has been the case for the past 35 years! God Bless all of you! Semper Fi! Bob L., Ocala, FL
Always great episodes. Monday night at work I always look forward for these shows. And I love the ads.
This is very different from the other podcasts I listen to but I’m never disappointed with the content and guests. Great job, Mike! I have a number of favorites interviews but most recently, Michael Durant and then Cody Lundin. Excellent. 6-16-22: Great interview with Kelsi! Riveting story. It’s one thing to hear similar from the guys but from a female perspective it was a little tough. I’ve got daughters and pray that they never have to go through something like like, well anyone for that matte... more
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Mike Drop launched 6 years ago and published 169 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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