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What is the goal and purpose of the podcast Two Drunk Dudes in Gun Room. The name comes from things we are passionate about and things that military veterans can relate to. We try and bring comradery back to the veterans by offering comedy on our show and events for us to come together. We…

Upcoming Event

When: October 22, 2022 Where: Lesterville MO What: Gigging trip for veterans starts at noon goes until next morning. Free music, Food, and Drinks, and gigging. Must be a veteran of any branch active or veteran, must have transportation to get to the site, and must have missouri fishing license

Episode 57: Dreams and Aspirations

In this episode we talk about all the things soldiers think they will become when the time is up in the military. Some soldiers are well thought out, others not so much. I think you will enjoy the stories as we take you down the mind of a Soldier. Remember some of these young men…

Episode 56: Oh shit I just went Indef

This episode is about the turning point in most soldiers careers. Once you reach 10 years you are considered a career soldiers. Your next reenlistment will be for the rest of your career. It takes the feeling of control out of your hands, and is the one reenlistment that more soldiers think much harder about….

What does Military experience count for?

As I am looking into the future of my life, I can’t help but to understand a few things. What is our military experience worth. I have entered the work force in 2014 spent the first 6 years of my civilian career running my own company, I just recently went to work in the manufacturing…

On this day Oct 27, 1941

On this day The Chicago Daily Tribune dismissed the possibility of war with Japan, editorializing, “She cannot attack us. That is a military impossibility. Even our base at Hawaii is beyond the effective striking power of her fleet.” HMMM I think even back than the information coming out of Chicago was bull shit. LOL The…

On this day Oct 26, 1962

On this day At the height of the Cuban Missile Crisis, second-in-command Vasilli Arkhipov of the Soviet submarine B-59 refused to agree with his Captain’s order to launch nuclear torpedos against US warships and setting off what might well have been a terminal superpower nuclear war.  The US had been dropping depth charges near the…

On this day Oct 25, 1952

On this day The 7th Infantry Division battled the Chinese near Kumwha and suffered 2,000 casualties during the Battle of Sniper Ridge. The world wars and the Vietnam war, and even the civil war the majority of the people can speak about. When it comes to the Korean Conflict, people just don’t follow. One of…

On this day Oct 24, 1861

On this day Western Union completed the first transcontinental telegraph line. The first transcontinental telegraph message was sent as Justice Stephen J. Field of California transmitted a telegram to President Lincoln. Telegraph lines linked the West Coast to the rest of the country and made the Pony Express obsolete late in the year. This was a…

Annual Gigging Party

This was a very fun event. We had veterans and active duty come from all over Missouri to learn and enjoy the fun sport of sucker fish gigging. We spent the day enjoying amazing food provided by members of the Reynolds country rough giggers association. They prepared ribs, potato salad, sucker fish, cat fish, deer,…

On this day Oct 23, 1995

On this day President Clinton met with Russian President Boris Yeltsin in Hyde Park, New York; the leaders agreed that Russian troops would help enforce peace in Bosnia, but remained deadlocked on the issue of NATO command. I chose this as I served with Russia Troops in 1998 in Bosnia. Working with this military was…