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The Forward Podcast with Lance Armstrong gives the audience a rare and revealing listen into Armstrong's conversations with some of the most interesting people he's met through the years. Guests of the weekly podcast include an eclectic range of personalities—some well-known, others simply with intriguing stories to tell—from the world of politics, entertainment, art, business, sport and more. Former guests have included musical artist Seal, historian Doug Brinkley and tennis icon Chris Evert. The podcast, which often touches on current events, is also a community forum where the audience is encouraged to send questions, comments and any feedback directly to Armstrong. Above all, The Forward Podcast is a personal, honest, engaging and always entertaining dialogue that leaves the listener with new insights and information every week.
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Dec 11, 2017

Dakota Meyer is a United States Marine Corp veteran. In 2009 he was awarded the Medal of Honor for his actions in the Battle of Ganjgal. He is the first living Marine in 38 years to be honored. Dakota and Lance discussed the battle at length, dealing with PTSD, having a beer with the President and his Own The Dash brand. 

3 Comments
  • over four weeks ago
    Antonio O.
    Thank you for that great conversation. I am so glad you finally got him on. (I requested him when you first started your podcast). Hearing his story from a first person perspective make that moment all the more chilling and gives us all an idea just how brave he really is. Bravo Lance and Dakota...well done!
  • over a month ago
    Mario Navarro II
    Great interview- what an outstanding and genuine human being! Hoping for a positive future for this young man. Keep moving forward!
  • over a month ago
    Lee O'Donnell
    Great conversation! Thanks for having Dakota on. You right, the word hero does get over used. Not in this case.
    Lee O'Donnell
    P.S.
    Glad you are back on the bike