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Don't ask, Don't tell" (DADT) was the official United States policy on gays serving in the military from December 21, 1993, to September 20, 2011. The policy prohibited military personnel from discriminating against or harassing closeted homosexual or bisexual service members or applicants.
SWORDS TO PLOWSHARES =VETS HELPING VETS had a WOMEN VETERAN SEMINAR at the WAR MEMORIAL BLDG San Francisco on Tues April 23,2013=OBSTACLES TO CARE & RESOURCES
DOTTIE GUY Readjustment Counseling Technican/Outreach Coordinator 4 Iraq & Afghanistan
STARLYN LARA Woman Veteran Coordinator & Community Educator 4 Swords 2 Plowshares
JOANN MARTINEZ Founder ?& Pres of Women Veterans Connect
COURTNEY VALDEZ PHD Clinical Psy @ San Francisco Vet Center
SOWING A SEED THRIFT BOUTIQUE SHOW = ADVOCATE FOR WOMEN VETERANS; WILL USE OUR THRIFT BOUTIQUE 2 HELP SUPPLY WOMEN VETERANS THAT HAVE FOUND HOUSING WITH EVERYDAY HOUSEHOLD GOODS & CLOTHING.
The month of November, we're featuring books on Mrs. Amos' Recommended Reading List. Today's segments are featuring, *Author Ellie Kay, who has authored 14 books and has helped many military families find financial freedom. We’ll be discussing her book which made the list, Heroes at Home which provides military families with inspiration and encouragement. “Always practical, Ellie helps those serving their country stretch a dollar, keep in touch over long distances, prep
After the tragedy in Boston we heard about the comfort dogs who helped the victims. Service dogs help Vets in many ways to bring comfort, stability and physical aid to our Vets. In this show we will recognize these heroes and hear some great stories from Jennifer Lund, founder of Hero Dogs Inc, and Gander the service dog who is up for this years American Humane Society Hero Dog of the year award. Also joining the show is Kamran Haghbin of Well Balanced Pet.
This program will highlight the Subject Tracer titled Military Resources. This resources gives the current sites and sources of Military Resources. We will also be reviewing the latest happenings from my blog during the last week. We will be also discussing my latest freely available Awareness Watch Newsletter V11N5 May 2013 featuring the New Economy Resources 2013 as well as my freely available May 2013 Zillman Column discussing Journalism Resources.
Join Family of a Vet in showing your appreciation for men in the military - both active service and our veterans as we continue our month long theme of honoring our military. Tune in Tuesday, May 14th with show host Debbie Sprague and co-host Susan Selvereo. Take a moment to call-in and give a shout out to your friends and loved one's to show your appreciation for their service. Call-in number for listeners is 323-657-1470. Show runs from 6:30pm-7:30pm (cst).
Join Family of a Vet Blog Radio Show on Tuesday, May 21, 2013 as we continue our month long appreciation of our military. The past two shows we honored our women and men in the military. We are now going to honor the spouses and families that hold up our men and women in the military, so they are free to give their all for our country. It is my honor and privilege to have El Brown, 2012 Military Spouse of the Year join me for this week’s show. Not only was El bestowed this great honor for the work that she does to help military parents and young children with the creation of KinderJam , El was also a participant in Oprah’s Favorite Things! Join us for a fun packed show. El looks forward to talking to you about the challenges and rewards of being a military spouse. Showtime is 6:30pm – 7:30pm CST.Listener Call-in number is: 323-657-1470
Director Dr. Tom Gauthier and Dari Bradley CEO of Patriot Media, Incorporated, are honored to continue our support of the Military Author Industrial Complex.
Sgt. Brandi, was a Combat Rifleman in Vietnam and served with Hotel Company, 2 Battalion, 7 Marines in and around Chu Lai, South Vietnam, 1966-67.
He is now a Combat Trauma Consultant: Working in alliance with the Department of Defense/ Defense Centers of Excellence, Department of Veterans Affairs, RCS/Vet Centers, Ft. Carson, Colorado, Ft. Hood, Texas, HBO, NPR and others. He has a Script and/or a major motion picture being considered.
Andy is the author of The Warrior’s Guide to Insanity: A “Clinical Tool”, written as a Text for our Afghanistan and Iraq Troops. Thousands of copies are now in the hands of Active and Inactive Military personnel, families of Veterans, Clinicians, Media and Civilians supporting our Troops.
Sgt. Brandi is also the author of The Warrior’s Guide to Worlds at War. Based on speaking with over 6,000 Combat Troops from Afghanistan and Iraq. This explains the Tools to adapt the Military Skill Set to civilian life…and more.
To learn more in advance of the program please visit his Website: www.Sgtbrandi.com, a resource for Veterans from all conflicts. His website is designed by Combat Veterans from Iraq and Afghanistan.
May is Military Appreciation Month. Family of a Vet Blog Radio Show will be dedicating each of our shows in May to honoring our Military.
Ladies first! Our kick-off show on Tuesday, May 7 th will honor women who have, or are currently serving in the military. Show host Debbie Sprague will be joined by co-hosts Susanne Selvereo, and Doug Pickel. Join us for a variety show filled with history, honor, and music. You are encouraged to call-in with a "shout out" to your favorite women in the military. Call-in number is 323-657-1470. Show time: 6:30pm - 7:30pm CST
MILITARY AUTHOR RADIO
TUESDAY MAY 14, 2013
SPOTLIGHT ON THE MEDAL OF HONOR SPOTLIGHTS
A Collection of Favorites & we've included a new one too!
Broadcast begins at 7:30 PM CST
Director Dr. Tom Gauthier and Dari Bradley CEO of Patriot Media, Incorporated, are taking the week off but we've put together a collection of Spotlights on the Medal of Honor for our audiences enjoyment. We'll be back next week with our guest Sgt. Andy Brandi, USMC Ret. Visit sgtbrandi.com to learn more about Andy in advance of next weeks program.
MILITARY AUTHOR RADIO
MAY 7, 2013 GUEST:
COL. ROBERT KAN, USAF (RET.)
Author: (I Am) A Real American
Military Author Radio, www.militaryauthorradio.com with Director Dr. Tom Gauthier and Dari Bradley CEO of Patriot Media, Incorporated, are delighted to spend time with Col. Robert Kan, continuing our support of Military Authors.
During the Vietnam War, in 1965 as a USAF Pilot, Kan was shot down over North Vietnam and later rescued.
Col Bob Kan, USAF (Ret.) is a third generation Japanese American (JA). born and raised in Hawaii. As a 7-year-old, Bob told his Mom he wanted to be a pilot. When he was nine-years old, he witnessed Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor. As the war raged, Bob was selling newspapers on the streets of Honolulu to soldiers and sailors, many in Hawaii on their way to fight the enemy forces in the Pacific
(I Am) A Real American is not about racial discrimination, rather a humorous account of historical events that have crossed his path throughout his lifetime. Join us for a humorous program with Col Bob Kan, he is a Real American, and a very funny one, too!