Chris and Jody are Air Force vets who enjoy military history and folklore. This is their podcast. They tell stories. They digress. A lot.
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This podcast is a gem! Jody, Chris, and sometimes Christof share a camaraderie unique to brothers-in-arms. It doesn't matter if you served in the military or not, these guys make you feel like you're part of the conversation. I look forward to every episode and I always learn a little and laugh a lot.
I love these guys, their chemistry and laughter is contagious! This is the best podcast of this genre I've listened to so far, there is always a compelling story, tale or anecdote.
Super interesting podcast if you're into military history and culture in the broader sense. The research that goes into the war tales is top notch and it is delivered in a conversation like manner as Chris and Jody bounce off each other
This show is a brilliant mix of fascinating military and war stories, and enjoying two great friends reminisce and digress...but always in a way that is fun and engaging to listen to! Glad you got over covid Chris!
These guys are the military's Statler and Waldorf! A pair of cantankerous old vets sitting in their foxhole heckling "The Brass" and like their Muppet alteregos, they don't pull any punches. Their insightful criticism of the bloated military bureaucracy is both biting and hilarious. In fact, everyone is fair game for these two, even each other, both of whom will absorb the occasional good-natured jab from the other. When they're not beating-up on the birdbrains in the Pentagon, they're telling g... more
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The Digression Podcast launched 4 years ago and published 99 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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