This show is dedicated to: Staff Sgt Lawrence Woods
Nearly 50 years after his plane was shot down over Cambodia in October 1964, the remains of a Fort Campbell soldier have finally been identified, according to his family.
Lisa Szymanski of Fort Myers, Fla., said officials with the Past Conflict Repatriations Branch at Fort Knox, Ky., notified her on Tuesday that remains found at a crash site are those of her father, Staff Sgt. Lawrence Woods.
Defending the Republic with Annie "The Radio Chick" and "Cool" Mike is an ongoing discussion of recent events, issues and the upcoming elections.
Special Guest: Director Jack Marino. His movie about Vietnam "Forgotten Heroes" is released on DVD
"I decided to make a film to honor and pay tribute to my generation who went into that meat grinder while the malcontents that crawled out of the mud in Woodstock stayed home and gave aid and comfort to the enemies of liberty."
"My career as a filmmaker began out of the American Film Market during the Reagan era of the 1980s. For me this was like a gladiatorial arena of making low budget independent films and learning how to swim with the sharks in this distribution world of legalize gangsters. It was a wild and exciting time for all of us who were young filmmakers with a future wide open. Most of us had no idea of this wild and wonderful world we all found ourselves running in. "
It's a battle of Conservative values and principles in defense of our Republic!
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