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A talk show designed to supplement the facebook page of the same name. The show and the page are designed to support Vietnam veterans, their families and those interested in learning how agent orange has affected our lives, discuss issues relating to health, the Veteran's Administration and compensation. The show will normally contain a co-host and a guest speaker. Each weekly show will typically focus on a topic of interest. Some content may be recorded but it is generally a LIVE production. Call Ins will be accepted as time permits and we ask that each caller limit their question or comment to 3 minutes.
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All About Vets radio show getting ready to start in 10 minutes. Go to www.WarriorTalkRadio.com. Is America still "America the Beautiful. Call in 646 595-3504. Give me your thoughts. It's free and it costs nothing. You know you can call the kids are in school and if your at work, speak softly!!!
In this uplifting episode of Navy SEAL Radio, top motivational speaker David Rutherford highlights one of the greatest Veterans festivals in America, the Mobile Aerofestival. David takes a deep look into the incredible coalition of forces that have come together to support veterans and their transition into civilian life. He explores why the need for this type of festival exist and then interviews one of the events founders, Lex McMahon. Lex, a former Marine himself, who served in Somalia has become a very successful promoter and manager in the MMA fight world. Listen to these two vets get super fired up about why they have to help other vets. Temper Fi, HOOYAH
Top Motivational Speaker and Navy SEAL, David Rutherford ignites audiences with his high energy, no nonsense approach to motivating people to succeed in any environment imaginable. As a top Behavioral Training Specialist and Author, David motives people from all walks of life with his motivational philosophy called Froglogic. Derived from 20 years of personal exploration into the human condition David combines his incredible journey with 70 plus years of Navy SEAL operational, training and elite lifestyle performance successes. His masterful ability to inspire enables individuals and teams to Froge Self-Confidence, Embrace Fear, Live The TEAM LIFE and Live With Purpose.
Our first guest for this new show will be Steven Foster.Steven is known for jumping on his Harley with his BOOTS ON;purposely talking to and about veterans wherever he goes. A motivationalspeaker by profession and a biker by passion; His company, Foster + Fathom, isdedicated to helping organizations build great leaders by giving back to thecommunities where they live, work and meet; and Steven’s continued acts ofpatriotism far exceeds his encouraging and motivational words, by modelingwhat he believes everyday both on the stage and when touring the open road.An Ambassador with the national veterans’ non-profit, The Boot Campaign; inthe summer of 2013 he embarked on a 32 day, 34-state, 13,000-mile solomotorcycle ride along the entire perimeter of the United States as anadvocate for service men and women, veterans and military families.The Boot Campaign is a not for profit organization located right here in TX. The Boot Campaign mission is to promote patriotism for America and our military community; raise awareness of the unique challenges service members face during and post-service; and provide assistance to military personnel, past and present, and their families. Learn more about the Boot Campaign at www.bootcampaign.org.We will have news and updates on upcoming veteran’s events and celebrations from around the world.We welcome all call ins and want to hear from you about any events you know of. If you don’t get in during the show feel free to drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org. You canalso follow us on www.allaboutvets.us and on Facebook at All About Vets.
Today’s co-host is Ryan Weaver. According to Ryan’s bio he is a high energy, all-American, rockin’, country music artist who proudly served as an active duty soldier in the US Army and is now pursuing his love of writing and performing for his fans across the U.S.
These days Ryan's efforts are dedicated to The Journey Home Project. Their Mission is to assist not-for-profit causes that provide veterans with rehabilitation, reintegration and opportunities as they transition to civilian life.
This is one of Charlie Daniel's favorite projects and he contributes much of his time toward helping veterans and active duty.
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This weeks All About Vets radio show will feature Sarah Stoltman and Cara Mae Melton. These ladies are doing fabulous things with HBOT in the VA Beach, VA area.
Sarah Stoltman started her career as a commercial diver and dive medic back in 2007. After doing offshore construction for a year and a half in the Gulf of Louisiana, she decided that was not what she wanted to do but had an interest in what else she could do with the hyperbaric chamber. She found a clinic near by and started working for world renown Dr. Paul Harch and got to be involved with the first pilot study for HBOT and TBI/PTSD. After seeing the results she became hooked and became a certified hyperbaric technician and safety director. Since then she has been involved in the research and hospital aspect of hyperbaric oxygen, as well as starting a clinic from scratch and now co owns Hampton Roads Hyperbaric Therapy. She has treated over three thousand patients and had a strong relationship with several clinics around the country. Her next goal is to get a mobile chamber so she can treat veterans in different cities of Virginia.
Hampton Roads Hyperbaric Therapy opened in January of 2014. The clinic was purchased by Sarah Stoltman and Cara Mae Melton Jan 2015. HRHBOT treats neurological injuries as well as chronic pain, pre and post surgery and nerve damage.
Sarah and Cara Mae founded Heal the Warriors, a non profit organization to help fund active military personnel, veterans, and first responders with traumatic brain injury using hyperbaric oxygen.
If you have questions about the HBOT treatments or how to contact a chamber call us during the show 646 595-3504.
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Veterans Day is a time to honor our nation's military men and women who have made tremendous sacrifices for our country. Oftentimes their service comes at an immeasurable cost. As vets resume their civilian lives, many struggle with joblessness, mental health issues and even homelessness.
Today, we have special guests, veterans John Spahr and Morgan Little who will share with you some of their experiences and provide invaluable resources.
There are many businesses and restaurants that want to do something, give something to our veterans today. There are many organizations that offer support. We will provide you with many tips and resources. Please find your own way to honor our nation's heroes. Look beyond today to make a difference in their lives. Express gratitude. Ask what you can do for them. Perform random acts of kindness. Let them know you care.
The female pilots of the WASP squadron are some of the unsung heroes of World War Two helping support their brothers in arms.
Producers Hilary Prentice and Jess Clackum and director Matia Karrel have documentry the stories of these warriors with wings for an upcoming mini-series "Flygirls". Through first person recounts and research into the lives of these women, their hope is to bring the story of these military vets.
We will talk to Prentice and Karrel about these heroes and their efforts to get the mini-series to the masses.
In a throwback interview, we will dig back to the first year of the show and our interview with chef Kerry Simon. Simon was considered the first "Rock and Roll Chef" having several restaurants in Vegas. The Iron Chef was a star in the early days of Food Network.We lost Simon a month ago after losing hisd battle with multiple system atrophy.
Simon talked to us about Thanksgiving at his restaurant and some holiday tips
During the Vietnam War, Red Cross workers provided services to U.S. military personnel and assist Vietnamese refugees (1962-1974) In 1962, the American Red Cross sent its first paid field staff to Vietnam to assist the growing number of servicemen at various bases and hospitals. At the height of its involvement in 1968, 480 field directors, hospital personnel, and recreation assistants (Donut Dollies) served throughout Southeast Asia. Red Cross workers, who provided 1.9 million services to U.S. military personnel, shared the hardships and privations of war with the soldiers. Five Red Cross staff members gave their lives, and many others were injured as they helped servicemen resolve personal problems or get home when emergency leave was granted due to death or serious illness in their immediate family.
One of these volunteers is Barbara Lilly. Barbara graduated from Wayne State in Detroit (Masters much later at Texas State San Marcos) and then on to Vietnam. She served in VN 3/68 through 3/69. During that time she was assigned to Phan Rang, Lai Khe, Cam Ranh Army and II Field Forces. She also did TDY to Cam Ranh Air Force Base ... She had double pneumonia and it wasn't raining there so they sent her there once she got out of the hospital.
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