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The May 28, 2015, episode of American Heroes Radio features a conversation with retired Marine Corps General John Admire.
Major General John Admire, USMC (ret.) "is a Vietnam and Gulf War Marine. His 43-year United States Marine Corps career includes 33 years of active duty and 5 combat tours as an Infantry Marine, plus 10 years as a consultant and advisor with the US Joint Forces Command and Military Academy Headmaster. He commanded units world-wide at every level from an Infantry Platoon Leader in Vietnam to the Commanding General, 1st Marine Division in California. He served as the Senior Military Social Aide to the President of the United States at the White House, as the Marine Corps' Legislative Liaison to the United States Congress on Capitol Hill, and as a member of General Colin Powell's Joint Staff in the Pentagon. John is an Oklahoman, born and reared in Tulsa. He is a Phi Beta Kappa and Honors graduate of the University of Oklahoma with one Bachelor's and four Master's degrees." Major General John Admire is the author of Darker than Dark.
Tune In Tonight 8pm E 7/C To Hear My Very Special Guest: Retired Marine Core Staff Sergeant Jason Shupe Discuss How He Fought Cps And Won
Sgt. Shupe Has Had To Endure Incredible Obstacles To Get His Family Back And Wants To Share His Knowledge With The Public
Listen-In As He Discusses A Treasure Trove Of Valuable Information You As A Citizen Need To Hear
What He Has To Say Tonight - May Just Be The Information You Need To Save YOUR Family
WHEN INJUSTICE BECOMES LAW . . . RESISTANCE BECOMES DUTY
Join artist and marketing expert Leslie Saeta as she highlights way to sell your art. Leslie is joined by October co-host Margaret Sheldon. On today’s show we will interview artist Carol Marine. We are so excited to welcome Carol back to the show! Carol is a passionate daily painter, author and owner of Daily Paintworks with her husband David. Join us as we catch up on what’s new in the life of one of our favorite artists, Carol Marine!
Steve Robinson has been working in villages collecting livestock for the aquarium trade for 40 years. He sees things from a different point of view from hobbyists and sees first hand what is going on at the collection stations. Join us in a discussion you may not hear anywhere else. Steve will join Albert and Joe in discussing the state of collecting marine life and how he is making a difference by training the local collectors how to collect responsibly using nets and not cyanide.
On Sunday November 1st at 8pm est,7pm cst and 5pm pst. We look forward to you joining us. If you would like to join the conversation visit our chat room on our web page or call in to our studio number 1 -949-534-0637.
Hr1 Paris under attack.
Jason Wert, newscaster with USA Radio News, provides the latest update on the Paris attacks.
University of Minnesota rejects 9/11 remembrance because it might incite racism. Ridiculous!
Hr2 Why can't our President call the Paris attackers what they are Muslim extremists or Islamic terrorists?
Media personality, Xander Gibb asks, how much more do we have to allow President Obama do before we stop him from further destroying our country by impeaching him?
University of Missouri student VP says 1st Amendment needs to go because it creates an unsafe & hostile environment. Xander says that 1st Amendment that she's complaining about is what gives her a platform to speak her mind.
Hr3 What is wrong with the Obama Administration? We still have a US Marine, Amir Mirza Hekmati, imprisoned in Iran for the crime of simply being a US Marine! John Kerry blew it. A hostage release should have been negotiated before the Iran deal. Now what do we have to trade? #FreeAmirNow
Greg Gutfeld rips college students saying: "The entire campus needs a giant pair of pampers."
Protesters at Amherst College publish ridiculous list of demands to squelch free speech... or else they will escalate the situation!
There's just no reasoning with some people. Just because you want $15 minimum wage doesn't mean you deserve it.
Alan Dershowitz goes off on PC college culture saying ‘the fog of fascism is descending.’
Have you had your healthy dose of reality lately?
JOIN IN THE BLACK RADIO, WE GOT A CLASSIC INFORMATIVE SHOW TONIGHT, WE ARE BRINGING A FORMER US MARINE WHO SERVED IN IRAQ, AFGANISTAN TO TELL US THE REALITY OF WHAT HAPPENS OVERSEAS . FROM THE MURDER, THE RAPE, WHAT TYPE OF MEDICATIONS DO THEY GIVE THE SOLDIERS, AND WHAT EFFECTS DO THEY HAVE ON THE SOLDIERS. WHAT ARE THEY REALLY OVERSEAS DOING? ARE THEY FIGHTING FOR FREEDOM OR JUST STEALING RESOURCES ! BE IN THE HOUSE ITS GOING DOWN!!
Alex Gutierre is a Marine Corps veteran that is currently battling emotinoal health issues. Alex was involved in a motorcycle accident that took the life of his passenger and put him in a month long coma.
Alex describes his life and emotional state following the accident and where it stands now. This story is unique to the program as Alex admits that this is a current issue for him and one he is trying to overcome.
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Join Family of a Vet Blog Talk Radio Show host Debbie Sprague for an interview with LeAnne Lovett-Floom, RN, MSN - Combat Casualty Assistance Visiting Nurse with the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society. We will be covering the history of the Corps, the scope of their services and guidelines, and how they may be able to you. LeAnne will also be sharing her extensive involvement in the healthcare field from the Red Cross, to working with Disaster Medical Assistance, Trauma Nurse Specialist, Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner, and Legal Nurse Consultant. LeAnne has expertise in substance abuse awareness, effects of head and brain injuries, psychological effects of disasters and war, and post traumatic stress. Don't miss this opportunity to gain valuable information and to call-in and ask questions of our expert.
Tuesday, October 8, 2013 from 6:30pm - 7:30pm )CST)
Call-in number for guests - (323) 657-1470
This episode is the breakdown of the holidays and what they can mean to the services. Those with familys may act different than those witout familys, and there may be suprises out there that suprise you. Does everyone go home to the comfort of their home on Thanksgiving? Maybe their comfort of home is now the barracks? These times of the year can be extremely difficult for Service Members and Veterans alike as these dates are used in reflection of days not so long ago, in situations far from ideal. Join us tonight, what is your opinion?
I dropped that Boxer/Marine In Las Vegas its On video there is screen shots of his Glove touching the ground you delusional haters have gotten exposed in the worse possible way I am the Best Of All Time what more fucking Proof do you need. its on Youtube I Won the Fight 1 sided I hit the guy 27 times in the face
Veterans of the United States armed forces (Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force, Coast Guard) may be eligible for a broad range of benefits and services provided by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). Some of these benefits may be utilized while on active duty. These benefits are codified in Title 38 of the United States Code. This booklet contains a summary of these benefits effective Jan. 1, 2013. For additional information, visit www.va.gov.
General Eligibility: Eligibility for most VA benefits is based upon discharge from active military service under other than dishonorable conditions. Active service means full-time service, other than active duty for training, as a member of the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, or as a commissioned officer of the Public Health Service, Environmental Science Services Administration or National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, or its predecessor, the Coast and Geodetic Survey.
Dishonorable and bad conduct discharges issued by general courts-martial may bar VA benefits. Veterans in prison must contact VA to determine eligibility. VA benefits will not be provided to any Veteran or dependent wanted for an outstanding felony warrant.
We invite Virgin Islands veterans to share their stories. Stories connect generations and help our young people learn about the past and maybe choose a military career.