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Hear perspectives on what is going on with our military with John Bernard. John Bernard has a family legacy of serving this nation. He served in the US Marine for 26 years and his son, Lance Cpl. Joshua Bernard also served giving his very life on August 2009 in (KIA) in Afghanistan. Mr. Bernard continues to serve by letting us know what is happening in and around our military today. Let's honor our heroes by doing our part and keep this the Land of the Free and Home of the Brave for their childrend and their children's children as well as ours. Get informed.
My Guests will be Mikal Vega, former Navy SEAL and founder of Vital Warrior, Kelly O'Meara, Journalist and Investigative Reporter who concentrates on the Drugging of our Society, Children and our Military, Dr. Bart Billings, Retired Colonel, United States Army, and founder of the Int'l Military & Civilian Combat Stress Conference (21 years running), and last but not least, Dr. Peter Breggin, World Renown Physchiatrist and expert on the drugging of our military and society. We will be discussing the Fort Hood Shooting, and how our military is drugging our warriors. Assignment tells the stories of America, from history, military, politics, social and economic, to entertainment - the things you never thought about to the trivia you never knew.
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Our Own Voices Live is a radio show featuring people and stories from our community in Las Vegas, the surrounding area and some place near you. America is the greatest country on earth due to its cultural diversity and not in spite of it. Our mission is to help bridge the cultural and ethnic divide in America by working together to build the greatest bridge in history to unite us
Our guest on Tuesday evening is Joseph Mangi, a savvy young man in the poltical realm with much to say about our military's appalling lack of personal defense on our own American bases. We've moved to Tuesday nights: 6PM Pacific, 7PM Mountain, 8PM Central, 9PM Eastern.
Jeremy Hilton was named the 2012 Armed Forces Insurance Military Spouse of the Year -- the first man to ever receive this honor. After graduating from the Air Force Academy, he served in the United States Navy for more than eight years as a submarine officer. Then, he continued serving, as a Military Family Advocate and stay-at-home Dad to his daughter and son. He honorably took on a support role for his wife, Lieutenant Colonel Renae Hilton, while also earning a graduate degree from George Washington University. His tireless efforts have reached far beyond his own family, however.
"Going to bat for exceptional military kids" is in part due to Jeremy watching his daughter endure early interventions that include 1000's of hours of therapy and nine surgeries, all but one being brain surgery. She was born with hydrocephalus and a host of other conditions, which have prompted him to publicly acknowledge and appreciate "small steps" for individuals with disabilities.
Jeremy has put an inordinate amount of energy into policy impacting our wounded warriors and veterans, campaigning for the "Tricare for Kids" legislation (Sec 735 of the 2013 National Defense Authorization Act), and testifying before the U.S. Senate Armed Services Subcommittee in Washington D.C. More recently, he attended the major (first time) conference-collaboration on Military Kids with Special Health Care Needs at NICHD (the kids part of NIH). The conference explored "what is known about military connected children with special health care needs in terms of their educational, psychosocial, and physical health statuses."
Jeremy Hilton believes moving mountains is still possible, no matter what your situation. Join us for this heart-rendering episode of advocating and celebrating our nation's exceptional military children.
Military Author Radio is proud to feature the author of the acclaimed history The Nisei Soldier, Edwin “Bud” Nakasone who brings special credentials to his task of writing this book.
Born in Hawaii, Nakasone witnessed the attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. After graduating high school he served in the United States Army as an interpreter during the Occupation of Japan in 1947-48. Now a retired colonel, US Army, Nakasone taught aboard US Navy vessels at sea as an adjunct professor for NCPACE—the Navy’s college afloat.
He has travelled widely, authored many papers, several books and produced videos on WWII. He is the recipient of two Fulbright Grants, one to Japan in 1965, the second to India in 1981.
His popular dramatization, Pearl Harbor Remembered, is widely acclaimed and has been presented to hundreds of schools, colleges, clubs and military and veterans’ groups.
In his acclaimed book, The Nisei Soldier, Professor Nakasone brings to life a part of history that has been neglected—the account of Japanese-American soldiers, the Nisei, as they fought bravely for their country despite the discrimination accorded them by the people and government of the U.S.A. Nakasone’s narrative is rich in descriptive detail, based not only upon his own experiences but extensive interviews he had with the soldiers of whom he writes as well.
Historian Edwin M. Nakasone is a University of Minnesota graduate and a professor emeritus of Century College, White Bear Lake, MN, teaching World War II history, Asian history and Asian Pacific American History.
If you have ever wondered what it would be like to start your own home based business or if you are budding entrepreneur, then be sure to catch this interview and new segment connecting military entrepreneurs worldwide. Our goal is to provide motivation and communication strategies to build your ideal business. You can look forward to us featuring military entrepreneur success stories along the way!
In this episode the founder and CEO of MilitaryOneClick, Jennifer Pilcher, joins us to talk about her story of success. We get a behind the scenes look at what it takes to run a successful online business and she offers a key piece of advice for freshman entrepreneurs!
Enjoy our interview with Bill Rancic, the winner of the first season of "The Apprentice". He shares his advice for new entrepreneurs and his tips on protecting your business from cyber threats and attacks. We also talk steaks and his new restaurant RPM Italian in Chicago!
Station note: The Bill Rancic interview is being provided courtesy of AT&T
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Named one of five chosen charities, Project Sanctuary was recognized for "The People's Choice Winner" of the Joining Forces Community Challenge by First Lady Michelle Obama and Dr. Jill Biden. Their extraordinary effort to improve the lives of military families was celebrated in the prestigious award ceremony in 2012. Project Sanctuary believes the whole family serves, from the battle-zone to the home-front. The award-winning organization provides milita
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