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Today, America honors our fallen heroes. They are honored in words. More in words, than in deed and in truth. It's just plain wrong to say one thing and do something all together different. Today the families and friends of our fallen heroes look on and feel the pain. Many families deprived of their loved ones, suffer from issues of daily life today. Veterans look and many suffer personally in their memory of those fallen heroes. There are pundits who are paid to talk about this day. There are merchants, who advertise to consumers to come out and shop this day. There are people who are not aware of the reason for this day. Our attention to Memorial Days, and Veterans Days have to include assignments, missions, and deliberate acts that actually help our military personnel and their families. America must reach deep and find the desire to truly support our veterans and their families. Is this too much to give?
Talking With Heroes presents a special show with the non-profit organization One Warrior Won, a project to bring attention to the soldiers who served in combat, and to help them become whole again. We speak with decorated veteran Richard Brewer, founder of One Warrior One. Your co-hosts are veteran G. Mark LaFrancis and Jim Bob Allgood, founders of Home With Heroes Foundation Inc.
The past weekend marked the passing of another Memorial Day holiday for us here in the United States. It was originally instituted to honor those killed on the field of battle. Nowadays, it has become a day when we honor not only the fallen, but all those who served and serve in the armed services. Join Ken and Beth as they explore the history of this holiday and share some stories of bravery in the face of death. Call in to speak with the hosts 347-215-9971. Thursday, May 30, 2013, 9:30PM.
Home With Heroes hosts veteran G. Mark LaFrancis and Jimmy Allgood of Redneck Adventures interview Jennifer Marino and Van Brinson, both outstanding veterans. Jennifer is traveling cross country on her bicycle in suppport of Gold Star Mothers and Van is chief executive officer of World Team Sports, a terrific organization helping veterans and their families.
A special Fourth of July episode with shout-outs to our men and women in uniform along with special patriotic music. Listen to officials of Concordia Parish, Louisiana, and the American Legion salute out men and women. Hear a selection of songs from The Never Forget CD featuring George Jones, Charlie Daniels, Leah Faith, Tayna Tucker, Aaron Tippin and others. This is a great salute.
He's back by popular demand! Join Supernatural Girlz Helene Olsen & Patricia Baker as they speak with author Timothy Wyllie about Fallen Angels. Do they walk among us? And are they here for redemption or chaos? Timothy explains their purpose and how it effects all of us today. Are you one of the Fallen?
This week on The Weekly Pulse with Ambro, the topic is all about honoring our military heroes far & wide. Host Ambrosha Angel pays tribute to those who serve in our military, those vets who are unemployed and homeless. This is one show that will surely have you talking the next day. Taking your calls on this important topic! We want to hear from YOU!
The September 7, 2013 episode of American Heroes Radio features a conversation with Colonel Will G. Merrill, USA (ret.) the author of 9/11 Ordinary People: Extraordinary Heroes: NYC - The First Battle in the War Against Terror!
Colonel Will G. Merrill Jr., “a native of Ashland, Wisconsin, graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point with the Class of 1958. He served overseas for 11 years in Germany, Vietnam, Korea & Greece. He retired from the US Army with the rank of Colonel in 1989. He is a graduate of the Artillery Officer Basic & Advanced Courses, the Army Ranger Course, the Army Airborne Course, the Armed Forces Staff College and the DOD Language School courses in Spanish and Greek. He earned a Master’s Degree in Business from Webster College. After completing his military service he became Vice President of a nationwide Home Inspection Service and later Vice President of a Wireless Communications Company. Colonel Will G. Merrill Jr. is the author of 9/11 Ordinary People: Extraordinary Heroes: NYC - The First Battle in the War Against Terror!
According to the book description of 9/11 Ordinary People: Extraordinary Heroes: NYC - The First Battle in the War Against Terror!, “as the tenth anniversary of the attack on New York City approaches, this new book relates the stories of many heroic people directly involved at the World Trade Center on 9/11. On September 11, 2001, American Airlines Flight 11 left Boston’s Logan airport at 7:59 a.m., followed fifteen minutes later, at 8:14 a.m., by United Airlines Flight 175. Both jets were subsequently hijacked by Islamic fundamentalist terrorists and rerouted to a flight path headed toward Manhattan. At 8:47 a.m., just 48 minutes after take-off, Flight 11 crashed into the North Tower of the World Trade Center; at 9:03 a.m., 16 minutes later, Flight 175 crashed into the South Tower of the World Trade Center."
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