Veteran Voices with with Sergeant Major of the Army Jack Tilley, U.S. Army (Retired), pulls back the curtain of history to share crucial moments in time through conversations with Veterans who experienced them.
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Listen: Wreaths Across America Radio
Along with the informational and inspiring content Wreaths Across America Radio plays a variety of music with the roots firmly planted in patriotism with a country music thread running through the core of the stream. Wreaths Across America Radio has a live morning show every weekday morning from 6 am to 10 am eastern, along with a variety of special programs that support the mission to Remember, Honor, and Teach.
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Listen: Making Action Happen with Sara Blackhurst and Brian McCain
Making Action Happen is a show about the Action22 members and communities. The show introduces you to Colorado community leaders, elected officials, and individuals to gain perspective on their ideas and experiences. While Action22 works on public policy from the rural space, we explore which perspectives are driven by political party lines and which ones are not. Specifically, we focus on and discuss topics that have ongoing and immediate impact on our communities, and by extension other communities like ours. The purpose is to help you find insight and solutions relevant to what you are working on, regardless of where you are in the world.
Listen: American Warrior Radio with Ben Buehler-Garcia
American Warrior Radio was established to educate and inform the 99% of the population who never served. We do so by telling the stories of our men & women in the military, those who support them and sharing issues of importance to veterans and their families.
Hometown Heroes is a weekly radio show honoring the men and women whose service and sacrifice have secured our freedom. Featuring interviews with veterans, primarily from the World War II generation, Hometown Heroes presents history through the perspectives of those who lived it. Host Paul Loeffler travels the country as a sportscaster, employing the downtime on those assignments to connect with veterans from coast to coast.
Read: Flying in the Face of Fear by Kim "KC" Campbell
In Flying in the Face of Fear: Lessons on Leading with Courage, former fighter pilot and retired Air Force Colonel Kim Campbell delivers an inspiring and practical discussion of leadership and decision-making. In the book, you’ll follow the author’s journey through the principles that got her through her 24-year career in the high-stakes and high-risk world of aerial combat. (Excerpted from Amazon.com)
In this long-awaited, richly-illustrated new book, award winning author Zach S. Morris weaves a vivid narrative of the World War II Pacific Theater, drawn from declassified military documents, maps, photos, and over a decade of interviews and research. Through his grandfather Stephen Ganzberger's journey and the deeply personal accounts of other veterans, When the Beaches Trembled brings to life the incredible true story of the LCIs in the Second World War: a story rarely told, until now.
Listen: AUSA's Army Matters Podcast with Dan Dailey
A rotating cast of hosts covers topics of importance to the Total Army community including Soldiers, military families and Army supporters. Keep it locked here for all Army Matters. Brought to you by AUSA, the U.S. Army’s professional association - voice for the Army and support for the Soldiers.
Rotating each week, our hosts include: • SMA(R) Dan Dailey focusing on subjects relevant to our Soldiers. • COL (R) Scott Halstead sharing inspirational leadership stories. • Holly Dailey offering insights on the ins and outs of our military families’ journeys. • Joe Craig telling compelling stories of military history though conversations with contemporary authors. • COL(R) Dan Roper examining key challenges facing the U.S. Army as it transforms to defeat present and future threats.
Read: The Party Dolls by George Hayward
THE PARTY DOLLS is the riveting, award-winning* true Vietnam War story of a failed escape code-named “The Party,” told by the former POWs who planned it. Author and former Air Force journalist George Hayward wrote it based on interviews he did between 1995 and 2002 with those POWs, and never released until this book.
- Image and copy excerpted from the author's website.
George Hayward on The Party Dolls in His Own Words: