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(135) John Adamo US Army Vietnam Vet
I was setting up for our Whittier Museum Veteran Show Friday 7-18-14 when John walked up and said “Is this where I am supposed to be?”
John is a US Army Vietnam vet. He was wearing a Fort Ord T shirt, (My Dad Served there) so we got to a chatting and I was so interested that I had to stop and pre-record the chat and now I want to share it with all of you
Just two vets sharing a story enjoy
link to Museum vet show
(139) John Adame and Raymond Ramirez US Army Veterans
Today I am back at the Whittier Museum talking to John Adame 9th Infantry and Raymond Ramirez, 173 rd Airborne Brigade to sort of do part of a show we did a couple of weeks ago. Since that show I have doing some research and reading and I just wanted to let both of these Gentleman tell some more of their stories. I also want Mr. Ramirez to share some of his stoires in trying to reach out to fellow veterans. Both Gentlemen are Vietnam Veterans who went on to do other things in their lives.
Should be fun to do some story telling
I would be remiss if i did not say THANK YOU to the Whittier Museum , Whittier museum for letting me use their facillites
Today I am talking with Lt. Colonel Trevor Lomas US Army Reserves, Colonel Lomas was the Former Commanding Officer of the 222nd Broadcast Operations Detachment based at the Gen. George S. Patton Army Reserve Center in Bell, California.
What Caught My eye and the many reasons I wanted to do this interview are (1) Gen. George S. Patton Army Reserve Center [Patton keeps showing up as a theme for many shows (2) US Army Reserves, (3)
222nd Broadcast Operations Detachment, (4) Colonel Lomas also teaches High School social studies , (5) and has a long History working with Boy Scouts of America. Needless to say I saw a lot of Similarities to Yours truly. I first learned of Colonel Lomas through an article in the Local School District Newspaper highlighting his achievements in the US Army to help him with his students. I look forward to hearing the how he does that and what he is doing now in his Army Reserve Post Command tour.
Should be a great show and has always I invite all to join in.
I’m also look forward to asking how he ties all three of these functions together and still maintain his sanity ( I have also been there, done that)
The reins for the 222nd Broadcast Operations Detachment were handed to Cpt. Brian Andries from Lt. Col. Trevor Lomas during a change-of-command ceremony held at the Gen. George S. Patton Army Reserve Center in Bell, California on August, 10, 2014.
The Official Facebook Fan Page for the 222nd Broadcast Operations Detachment, U.S. Army Reserve, in Bell, California.
222 BOD Hotline - 719-433-5829
This show is dedicated to: Staff Sgt. David H. Stewart, Lance Cpl. Brandon J. Garabrant and Lance Cpl. Adam R. Wolff died “as a result of a hostile incident while supporting combat operations in Helmand province, Afghanistan,” June 20, 2014
Defending the Republic with Annie "The Radio Chick", Kel Fritzi, Red Fox Radio and Dan Butcher, of Pundit Press Radio is an ongoing discussion of recent events, and issues.
Special Guest: Sgt. M. Dave Davis, US Army retired is marching on Washington, DC and exposing the VA medical system
AN AMERICAN FIGHTING SOLDIER: By M. Dave Davis
Who am I? A father of five children. Retired from the United States Army. A decorated combat veteran. A military advisor and nuclear weapons specialist with top secret clearances. A soldier dying within months and not more than a year. Death not in the line of duty but death due to negligence. Failure to refer and misdiagnosed by a system that is inept with no accountability and the failure of the system.
The final result: I am looking for my own burial sites, I was not referred to social services at the VA to help me. So what is the outcome? I fought for my country and my country brings me home to die in its own government sponsored hospitals....Socialized Medicine....If anyone thinks I have a problem wait in till the government has full say in civilian care.
It's a battle of Conservative values and principles in defense of our Republic!
God bless the peaceMAKERS!
Happy Birthday US Army
Happy Flag day
Chaplain Gordon James Klingenschmitt, PhD
Taking questions on the middle east should we go to war?
Gas Prices, The Economy! Barrack Obama's New World Order?
All Your Questions Answered!
The NSA Spying?
Former Navy Chaplain punished for praying "in Jesus' name" but vindicated by the U.S. Congress
Scott Speight, like most of us,is a very common man struggling with many of the same issues that we might have. He don’t claim to be perfect and he certainly don’t have all the answers. Scott have been fortunate in his life to make a ton of mistakes and fail at a lot of things. Yes, he did say fortunate. You see, Scott believe that the only way to be successful at anything you do, you have to fail a few times before. He believe this builds character and most importantly heI believe it teaches us to rely on Christ to meet all our needs. Scott is currently living in sunny Jacksonville, FL, serve the U.S. Army reserves as a Chaplain and wear a lot of other hats in life as well.
To know more about Scott, please visit his website and follow him on Twitter and Facebook.
What goes together better than cars, drinking, and laughs?....What?.... Oh well actually our lawyers are saying that came out wrong....
How about just kicking back and talking about cars and the car-guy's world while enjoying a stiff drink, or tasty brew? Ok we've been told that's better. We will attempt to cover all of those bases in this weekly show where we present to you as much probably less-than-factual news, reviews, and updates on stuff car guys care about!
This week in our 99th TWMS episode; we discuss two great new "halo cars" from a couple of the most iconic performance brands! Following that we're joined by one of drag racing's most famous drivers. NHRA 7 time champion Tony Schumacher takes a break from the ultra-competitive world of Top Fuel drag racing to shoot the S with us. He gives us a first class look at what it's taken to become the winningest Top Fuel dragster driver in history, and reminds us it's just a Sunday drive compared to those who support him and fight for us all in the US Army. Check him out at http://www.NHRA.com Thanks for downloading & enjoy the show!
Guest: Barry Jacobsen, editor of The Deadliest Warrior and political analyst. We discussed the shooting at Ft Hood, the problems at the Korean Peninsula, Ukraine, the US-Russia challenge and we remember The Marshall Plan signed into law on this day in 1948.
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CUBANOS IN WISCONSIN BY SILVIO CANTO JR
Colonel Phil McNair (US Army - ret.) with Dr. Fred Stielow to discuss the Higher Education Research & Scholarship Foundation and what it means to be a military-friendly school and the approach to supporting PTSD-impacted students in an online classroom.
Colonel Phil McNair (US Army - ret.): http://www.apus.edu/about-us/leadership/bios/mcnair-phil.htm
Dr. Fred Stielow: http://www.apus.edu/about-us/leadership/bios/stielow-fred.htm
Focus on Fort Hood news article regarding Specialty Treatment Facilities being Denied
This is a follow up story orignially printed 10 November 2013 by the Kileen Daily Hearld on the story Angela Chandler and her denial of treatment that is the tip of the iceberg on a pattern that is well entrenched in the culture of care at the specialty care clinic.
We will have special guest Angela Chandler come forward to tell her story and what has happened since last year and give us an update on quality of life since the story was published. Ms Chandler was recently sperated from the Army and will be able to talk about the abuse of power she experienced by being subjected to substandard care. This story was also a follow up after the story surfaced on SSgt Moldonado, who was not allowed proper care and was discovered to have aggressive colon cancer
We will have Ms
Our first guest is Mr. Abe Abrams. Abe is the Director of Corporate Programs for the Campaign of the National Museum of the US Army. Abe and the rest of the staff there are working hard to get all the funding in place to build the first museum ever dedicated to our country's US Army. Learn more at www.armyhistory.org.
Our second guest of the night will be Jaecyn Bayne. He's an independent hip hop artist (pronounced Jason Bain) and also the cousin of a Marine that's done 3 tours in Afghanistan. The best way he could show his thanks and appreciation to him, as well as all the other troops that risk their lives for us, was to do a song. Check out his video here: http://youtu.be/RQOf8Vbht0I