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Dogs on Deployment was founded by husband and wife, Shawn and Alisa Johnson, who serve in the US Navy and US Marine Corps respectively. They started Dogs on Deployment in June 2011. As a dual-military family, the founders have been in situations where they needed a program like Dogs on Deployment. Alisa had orders to move to Quantico, Virginia where she was to attend six months of military training. At the same time, Shawn, was to be deployed. Neither could care for their beloved dog, JD. They
Are you new to the military life and not sure how to deal with deployment or what to expect? Join this virtual class to learn and hear from ladies who have gone through 2 or more deployments. They will share their experiences, give you insight on what to expect, and let you know what resources will be available for you during deployment. *WE WILL FULLY ABIDE BY OPSEC RULES AND EVERYONE WHO ATTENDS IS ALSO EXPECTED TO. to follow the radio show to be alerted http://www.blogtalkradio.com/bwnonli
All NEW Season of MLR! Valentine's Day Deployment Style! This special show features children's book author Sherri Williams. We are also breaking the news on our NYC trip and how you can come along! Plus, we have lots to catch up on, so grab that cup of tea or coffee and your chocolates and catch the conversation! Laugh, Learn, Relate!
Join us on May 13th at 7PM EDT for an intensive round-table discussion with top researchers from the Catholic University of America and the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences. When Mom Goes to War there is a ripple effect that is seen beyond the battlefield. Thanks to a specialized research team comprised of doctorally-prepared active duty, retired Army nurses, a military spouse, a Navy psychiatrist and some doctoral students, important insight is being gained about successful and unsuccessful strategies used to maintain relationship between military mother and child, as well as understanding of the child's perception ---through a mother's eyes. Outcomes of such research is now leading to interdisciplinary approaches that expand the focus beyond wartime separations.
This leading-edge research team includes:
Janice Agazio, LTC (Ret), AN, Ph.D., CRNP, RN, The Catholic University of America Meryia Throop, MAJ, AN, Kandahar Air Field, Afghanistan Diane Padden, PhD, RN, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences Petra Goodman, COL (Ret), AN, The Catholic University of America Annette Turner, MSN, RN, Doctoral Candidate, Catholic University of America Shawna Greiner, LTC, USAF, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences Shannon Hillier, LT, Medical Corps USN, Navy Medical Clinic
From the onset, our vision at Because Hope Matters Radio has been to bring our listeners innovative leaders and entrepreneurs who are making a world of difference. Listen, call in and live-chat as we continue to magnify that vision.
Lisa Cypers Kamen of the Harvesting Happiness Company is internationally recognized as an acclaimed documentary filmmaker, positive psychology life coach, devoted philanthropist, author, radio and television talk show host, renowned happiness expert, public speaker and mother of two children. As an expert in her field, Ms. Kamen educates both private and public audiences on building and rebuilding foundations for happiness in the face of personal trauma, maintaining new-found happiness in various environments and expanding personal development Lisa has also regularly contributed to publications and blogs such as Military Spouse Magazine, Positively Positive, Inspire Me Today, Huffington Post, and Rizzarr. As a well-respected philanthropist, Ms. Kamen works with the Salus Foundation to benefit the Sulaxami School for Girls in Lucknow, India. After extensive training at the University of Santa Monica and the Center for Deployment Psychology, Ms. Kamen began the Harvesting Happiness for Heroes organization. Harvesting Happiness For Heroes® is 501 (c)(3) Nonprofit organization which aids post combat military veterans and their families in rebuilding a foundation for happiness through Post Traumatic Stress Disorder positve psychology coaching. HH4Heroes offers personalized reintegration coaching techniques for soldiers and caregivers in need. Take 2 Radio chats with Lisa on May 7th at 7pm EDT
The Gun Show! With Dave Womach Monday *7:00pm/Est *6:00pm/Ct *5:00pm/Mt *4:00pm/Pt Live Listen and Chat go to: http://prepperbroadcasting.com/There’s been a lot of talk about Bugging Out lately, even in the main stream media. So when it comes time to do the dirty, are you ready? What about your vehicle? On this Monday, May 6 edition of The Gun Show, Dave Womach will be interviewing Merrick Maxfield from 4x4Bodies.com. He specializes in Zombie Apocalypse vehicles, under the pretense of just building some really kick-butt rigs. Have you considered taking that old Rav4 and turning it into an armor plated machine capable of getting you and your family to safety?
Merrick creates kits that can be modified to fit any frame. In fact, many of his clients go get a beat-up clunker that’s been rolled, strip it down to the frame, and build their own rigs capable of mounting a 50 cal and a small squad ready for deployment. This will be a very interesting show!
Tags: The Gun Show, Prepare, Self Reliance, Weapons, Self Defense, Guns, Second Amendment, Prepper Broadcasting Network
Join us for an all new episode featuring The Military Spouse Coach (TM), Krista Wells, PhD. Do you find yourself needing some thoughtful, timely tips on creating some calm in your crazy schedule? Then this show is for you!! Plus, we are catching up on our week. Join the conversation! Laugh, Learn, Relate
Army Wife Talk Radio is the leading internet talk radio show for Army wives, by Army wives. AWTR is hosted by the Army Wife Network Core Team - www.ArmyWifeNetwork.com. AWTR guests bring exciting, relevant topics and resources to the attention of our military families.
Main Guest: Heather Shumaker
Resource of the Week: Countdown Til’ Daddy Comes Home
The Schools, Health and Libraries Broadband Coalition (SHLB) Annual Conference has become a yearly confab that draws many of the key players in broadband stimulus-funded projects. Our listeners hear from four of those who give us highlights of how far we've come since these projects launched:
2:00 Maria Alvarez Stroud - Director, Center for Community Technology Services, University of Wisconsin - Extension 2:15 Kevin Hughes - VP Sales & Marketing, Virgin Islands Next Generation Network 2:30 Tara Thue - Manager, Utah Broadband Project 2:45 Jane Patterson - President, Rural Telecom Congress America We get some of the inside details on several high-profile broadband deployment and adoption initiatives made possible by NTIA and RUS grant awards. Our guests discuss what they have found to be effective making better broadband and adoption a reality. They also talk about what's next for their projects.
Join Host Suzanne Strisower, author of several books including 111 Inspirational Life Purpose Quotes for this unique show that focuses on inspirational professionals, and people from many walks of life who focus on life purpose, fulfillment and wellness. Our Guest Today: Ruby Gill
Ruby was Born and Raised in Edgewater, FL and was the baby out of 5 kids. She has 2 brothers and 2 sisters. Ruby went to college in Daytona and received 3 A.S degrees in graphic Design, Television, and Digital Media.
At 23 years of age, Ruby decided to join the United States Navy and ended up being stationed in Virginia Beach working on F-18 aircraft. That's where she met her darling husband Timothy Gill and life has been a roller coaster ever since. They did a deployment together in 2010/ 2011 and fell in love.
Not long after returning home they were pregnant! August 8th 2012 their beautiful baby girl, Ember was born with red hair and blue eyes like her Mom and structure of dad. Ruby and her husband decided to get married on October 1, 2012 and 6 days later they received the hardest news of their life.
Their daughter was diagnosed with a rare genetic disease, Spinal Muscular Atrophy. The navy has since relocated them to Jacksonville, FL so they can have more family support. Ember is eight months old and the family is living life one day at a time.
For more information and support SMA: http://www.fsma.org
For more information about the Host, Suzanne Strisower please visit her website at: http://www.yournextstepcoach.com
This episode we welcome back Lauren Fix, "The Car Coach", who shares her new car buying tips. Lauren highlights USAA's Best Value list for new cars, plus the Top 10 Vehicles for Teens List.
We also talk about:
April - The Month of the Military Child Military.com's recent Spouse Summit Tips for living apart from your loved one if they are "Geo-baching".
Join us for this episode of Military Life Radio. Your hosts include Wendy, Tara and long time host Marla even makes a surprise appearance!
You don't want to miss this show!!
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