• 00:31

    Gulf War

    in Military

    Gulf War Treatments and Dr. Appointments!! 
    Are we all being treated fair by our PCP amongest each other. Good to Poor treatments? 
     

  • 01:01

    Healing with Dr Daniels - Gulf War Syndrome

    in Health

    Please join Dr Jennifer Daniels on September 23rd at 6pm EDT for the Healing with Dr Daniels Show. The show's title is Gulf War Syndrome.   Dr Daniels' Guest was there.  He returned from the gulf war only to find he had lost his health, lost his ability to work and was about to lose his marriage.  Bizarre symptoms tormented him and threatened to destroy his life.  Find out how he found his way to health and fathered a healthy child who is now 14 years old.  


    The Lethal Dose; Why Your Doctor is Prescribing It.  


    Get Dr Daniels' NEW book here:  http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00DR6JPNW


     http://vitalitycapsules.com/truth-files


     Listen by phone or call (914-338-0695 or online click this link or copy this on your browser:


    http://www.blogtalkradio.com/blakeradio


    Go to http://healingwithdrdaniels.chatango.com/

  • 01:01

    Gulf War Illness Show with Mary Ann Parker on the Positive Experience Channel

    in Health

    Hey everyone, Please join us for this great show... part of health awareness series of shows about Gulf War Illness with Gulf War veteran and Gulf War Illness survivor Mary Ann Parker, talking about her experiences and treatments...

    We will also have special guests talk about their Gulf War Illness experiences right there on air... if you like to be on the show please contact us and let us know you would like to talk about youre experience on the air...

    Please call in at 310-982-4253 for questions and comments

    Blogtalkradio link: http://blogtalkradio.com/joeygiggles

    Invite youre friends !!!!

  • 01:00

    The Gulf War Illness Show With Mary Ann Parker on the Positive Experience

    in Health

    Hey everyone, Its great to have back good friend Mary Ann Parker who will be doing three show with us... This is the second of those show talking about everything Gulf War Illness including signs, symptoms, treatments, etc.... please come join us to learn about this horrible disease suffered by many military vets...

    Please join us for call in questions and comments 310-982-4253 or join us live for the show http://blogtalkradio.com/joeygiggles

    Please invite youre friends.....

  • 01:01

    Inerview with a Gulf War Vet: Minister William J. Simmons, Sr.

    in Christianity

    Minister William Jerome Simmons, Sr. was born on November 24, 1963 in Conway, SC to the late Deacon Leonard Simmons, Sr. and the late Mrs. Frances White Simmons. He is the second son of three to be born in this marriage. He came to know Jesus as his personal Savior at the Bethel AME Church in Conway, SC at the age of 13 on a Friday evening in the Fall of 1977. While at the Bethel AME Church from childhood until January 2012, he sung on the Choraleers Choir, Jubilee Choir, Men’s Choir, Secretary for the Church SOA Local Chapter, Junior Trustee, and accepted his calling into the Ministry on December 31, 2007. He gave his initial sermon on May 18, 2008 from the Gospel of Matt 16: 24-28 entitled, “To Be or Not To Be: Pick Up Your Cross and Follow Jesus.” He received his first license to preach from the Marion District of the AME Church on June 5, 2008 at Bethel AME Church of Conway, SC. Currently, Minister Simmons is a Minister under the Linda Wright International Ministries. Minister Simmons believes that it is all about being obedient to God’s directives.Minister Simmons is a Class of 1982 Graduate of the Conway High School where he graduated with Honors. After high school, he attended USC- Coastal Carolina University which is now Coastal Carolina University. After about two years and working two jobs to help his mother and family, completed his two year obligation at Ft. Polk, Louisiana and then returned back to Coastal in March of 1986 until August of 1986. Also in August, Min. Simmons transferred to USC-Columbia and later obtained his Bachelors of Science in Biology on December 18, 1988. He was also commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the US Army National Guard in the Medical Service Corps. Approximately two years later on Sept. 1, 1990, Bill Jr. (B.J.). B.J. is a National Scholar and is attending USC-Columbia majoring in Computer Information Systems and Business Administration. Currently,

  • 01:01

    Into the Storm: A U.S. Marine in the Persian Gulf War

    in Military

    The February 22, 2014, episode of American Heroes Radio features a conversation with former United States Marine Phillip Thompson, the author of Into the Storm: A U.S. Marine in the Persian Gulf War.


    Phillip Thompson “was born in Columbus, Mississippi. Writing from an early age, he graduated from Ole Miss with a degree in journalism, then was commissioned as an officer in the Marine Corps. He served on active duty for 12 years as an artillery officer in California, Hawaii and aboard the USS Missouri and participated in Operation Desert Shield and Desert Storm. Since leaving the Marine Corps, he has worked as: a reporter and editor in Mississippi and Virginia; the managing editor of Marine Corps Times; a defense analyst; U.S. Senate aide; speechwriter for the Secretary of the Army, and communications consultant. The author of Enemy Within and Into the Storm: A U.S. Marine in the Persian Gulf War, his writing has been featured in newspapers and magazines across the Deep South and East Coast, including The Washington Times, The Philadelphia Inquirer and Civil War magazine.”  Phillip Thompson is the author of Into the Storm: A U.S. Marine in the Persian Gulf War, Deep Blood and A Simple Murder.

  • 00:58

    Gulf War Illness Talk with Mary Ann Parker on the Positive Experience

    in Health

    Hey everyone... Gulf War Illness Show is coming on the air this coming year with good friend Mary Ann Parker who is a vet of the First Gulf War

    She will be discussing events, information on Gulf War Illness, causes, symptoms, trial and tribulations with the disease and much much more

    Please join us for this great show http://blogtalkradio.com/joeygiggles

    Call in number 310-982-4253 or you can call in on skype

    Please invite youre friends to join us by clicking the invite friends button

  • 01:02

    Gulf War Illness Talk with Mary Ann Parker on the Positive Experience

    in Entertainment

    Hey everyone... Our Gulf War Illness show is back on the air this coming year with good friend Mary Ann Parker who is a vet of the First Gulf War

    She will be discussing events, information on gulf war illness, causes, symptoms, trial and tribulations with the disease and much much more

    Please join us for this great show http://blogtalkradio.com/joeygiggles

    Call in number 310-982-4253 or you can call in on skype

    Please invite youre friends to join us by clicking the invite friends button

  • 01:02

    TNAV "Invisible Wound" and Persian Gulf War Resource Center

    in Military

    TNAV's purpose is to talk about veteran transition, raising awareness of issues, challenges and resources - and to encourage veterans to get active within their communities, creating an environment that welcomes and integrates returning veterans.


    Diana Veseth-Nelson, is a Military Spouse and Veterans advocate. Her husband, Army Captain (RET) Adrian Veseth-Nelson returned from combat a decorated hero with three bronze stars for Valor, and a thousand yard stare. Discovering a desperate and shared need in the Veteran community to provide a voice for those suffering from the invisible wounds of war, they founded Invisible Wound. As Executive Director of Invisible Wound, Diana’s focus is to work on healing, reconnection and relief for those suffering in silence. Invisible Wound is currently working towards implementing a retreat and continued care model, providing Veterans and their families with real solutions for treating the Veteran and the families of those who served.


    Ronald E. Brown, President National Gulf War Resource Center:
    Ron enlisted in the US Army in 1989. He served in two combat tours, Operation Just Cause and Operations Desert Shield & Desert Storm, while he was assigned to the C co 1/504th Parachute Infantry Regiment based in Ft. Bragg, North Carolina. He was inspired to commit his time to helping other veterans as a result of his own 13 year long claims battle with the Veterans Benefits Administration, after he was honorably discharged.


     

  • 00:30

    War of the Words Relentless Radio #92: Conflict Title Challenger Lindsey Jones

    in MMA

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    Join us today as we sit down with #1 Contender to the 170 Conflict MMA crown, Lindsey Jones. A much anticipated return to Macon, not just for Conflict MMA< but also another round of Jones and his top flight skillset on the feet and mat. With a stunner in the bag last time, and a wealth of growing experience, Jones holds a ton of promise in one of the most exciting weight classes in the Southeast MMA scene!


    Facing the undefeated Machine Eddie Miller, sit down with us at 1PM for yet another instant classic with WotW and Conflict MMA!


    Todays show brought to you by Sor Sumrit Fight Store, iPugilist.com, and Total Force MMA

  • 00:30

    War of the Words Radio #91: Josh "The Anaconda" Millwood

    in MMA

    Join us on War of the Words Radio today as we catch up with Conflict 26 pro fighter Josh Millwood ahead of his April 4th clash with Daytroy Lyons-Lee in a much anticipated scrap at 145.


    We last saw Millwood in his pro debut at Conflict 20, the promotions original venture to Macon. Although he did not come out the victor, he put on an epic back-and-forth match with one of the most touted new fireballs in our community. A true and relentless warrior trough-and-through, tune in today as we prepare for the return of "The Anaconda!"


    Todays show is brought to you by Sor Sumrit Fight Store, Bad Apple, USA Eagle and ReHydrate!

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