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  • 00:06

    Black Man Clay Musical Philosopher: Vietnam War

    in Motivation

    Hello from Sandra Adams.  Black Man Clay and I will talk about the Vietnam War and his days in the life there in the Air Force.  Some may say becoming Black Man Clay may have been the result of post-tramatic stress or the symptoms of Agent Orange.  We'd like to know!  Be sure to call in with any questions.  Perhaps you have a family member who served during this war.  (or any other)


    We will also talk about some of his music on the CD, Trippin Through the Universe.

  • 00:55

    VIETNAM WAR FOUNDATION

    in Politics Conservative

    Tune in to this week's edition of "The American Maverick Show" hosted by syndicated talk host Flint Engleman.  
    This week we focus on our military veterans.  We'll highlight the work of the Vietnam War Foundation to inform the public about the Vietnam war and veterans who fought in service to our country.
    Listeners are welcome to call in to the show!  Dial (434)964-1075 anytime during our live broadcast on Sunday from 8:05-8:50pm EDT.
    Featured Guest:
    8:15pm Mr. Robert Hull.  Mr. Hull is the spokesman for the Vietnam War Foundation.  He'll provide information about the work of the foundation and the incredible authenticity of the museum they operate.
    The American Maverick Show is a syndicated radio production by Maverick Media.  We are a proud affiliate of Red State Talk Radio Network.  Follow on Twitter @AmericanMav
    Check out our Top 100 ranked conservative blog at TheAmericanMaverick.com 

  • 00:41

    Lessons In Fear & Courage With Vietnam War Veteran Dr. Livingston

    in Self Help

    Host Erika Nicole Finn is joined by Vietnam War veteran, author and psychiatrist Dr. Gordon Livingston to talk about fear and its counterparty courage, and how we can all be more courageous in our own lives. 


    About Dr. Gordon Livingston: Dr. Livingston is a graduate of West Point who was awarded the Bronze Star for valor in Vietman, is a psychiatrist and is a writer who contributes frequently to the Washington Post, San Fran Chronicle and Baltimore Sun. His books Only Spring; Too Soon Old, Too Late Smart; And Never Stop Dancing; and How To Love have been published in more than 22 countries. His newest book is The Thing You Think You Cannot Do: Thirty Truths About Fear and Courage. Learn more about Dr. Livingston atwww.gordonlivingston.com.


    About Erika Nicole Finn: Erika is a lifestyle expert and coach, huffington post blogger and host of Live.Love.Grow. She shows clients how to find happiness and live their dream lives, and believes it's never too late to get started. Tweet her @erikanicolefinn, follow her on facebook or sign up for her newsletter at www.erikanicolefinn.com.

  • 01:01

    Cherries: A Vietnam War Novel

    in Military

    The July 14, 2011, episode of American Heroes Radio features a conversation with former US Army soldier John Podlaski, the author of Cherries: A Vietnam War Novel.
    About the Author
    John Podlaski “served in Vietnam during 1970 and 1971 as an infantryman with both the Wolfhounds of the 25th Division and the 501st Infantry Brigade of the 101st Airborne Division.  He was awarded the Combat Infantry Badge, Bronze Star, two Air Medals, and a Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry.  He has spent the years since Vietnam working in various management positions within the automotive industry and has recently received a BS in Business Administration.  He is a member of Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 154.  John is the author of Cherries : A Vietnam War Novel
    According to  Cherries: A Vietnam War Novel, “It's 1970 - they're 18 years old - drafted and trained by the Army Infantry for five months - sent to Vietnam with others their age to fight in an unpopular war - dubbed "Cherries" by their more seasoned peers - nothing had prepared them for this nightmare - forced to become men overnight - working hard to learn the ropes and earn the acceptance and trust of fellow soldiers. Once they come under fire and witness death firsthand, a life-changing transition begins. This eye-opening account offers readers an in-depth look into the everyday struggles of these young infantry soldiers."

  • 00:57

    Bora Matarazzo Author of Bamboo Promise on life in Cambodia during Vietnam War

    in Self Help

    Napoleon Hill Foundation Certified Instructor Tim Chhim interviewed Vicheara Houn in Khmer (Cambodian language.)


    Vicheara was born in  Phnom Penh, Cambodia in the peaceful days before the Khmer Rouge communist rebels engulfed this small Southeast Asian nation in four years of death and destruction. As the only child of a wealthy and politically prominent father, her young life was one of great contrasts. She went to University of Phnom Penh to study pharmacy and met her husband there. Their forbidden romance caused much conflict but eventually they prevailed and married in Janurary,1975 , four months before the Khmer Rouge took over and their lives turned upside down.


    All the residents of Phnom Penh, including Vicheara’s entire family, were forced out of their homes and expelled from the city in a mass exodus by the Khmer Rouge rebels. One by one, every member of Vicheara’s family starved to death.  Her young husband was murdered.


    Emaciated and alone, she managed to survive until 1979 when the Khmer Rouge was defeated by the Vietnamese and the survivors were liberated. Vicheara returned to her paternal home. She finished her pharmacy degree and made a daring escape to a refugee camp in Thailand. There she met the man who would become her second husband and they made their way to the US in 1984, where they had two children, a boy and a girl. She received her bachelor’s degree in chemistry. She later divorced and met her current husband in Portland , OR.


    Later, they moved to Arizona where Vicheara finished writing this first book, Bamboo Promise, to share her amazing story of survival with the world.

  • 00:36

    Vicheara Houn Author of Bamboo Promise on life in Cambodia during Vietnam War

    in Self Help

    Napoleon Hill Foundation Certified Instructors Tom Cunningham (too tall) and Tim Chhim interviewed Vicheara Houn.


    Vicheara was born in  Phnom Penh, Cambodia in the peaceful days before the Khmer Rouge communist rebels engulfed this small Southeast Asian nation in four years of death and destruction. As the only child of a wealthy and politically prominent father, her young life was one of great contrasts. She went to University of Phnom Penh to study pharmacy and met her husband there. Their forbidden romance caused much conflict but eventually they prevailed and married in Janurary,1975 , four months before the Khmer Rouge took over and their lives turned upside down.


    All the residents of Phnom Penh, including Vicheara’s entire family, were forced out of their homes and expelled from the city in a mass exodus by the Khmer Rouge rebels. One by one, every member of Vicheara’s family starved to death.  Her young husband was murdered.


    Emaciated and alone, she managed to survive until 1979 when the Khmer Rouge was defeated by the Vietnamese and the survivors were liberated. Vicheara returned to her paternal home. She finished her pharmacy degree and made a daring escape to a refugee camp in Thailand. There she met the man who would become her second husband and they made their way to the US in 1984, where they had two children, a boy and a girl. She received her bachelor’s degree in chemistry. She later divorced and met her current husband in Portland , OR.


    Later, they moved to Arizona where Vicheara finished writing this first book, Bamboo Promise, to share her amazing story of survival with the world.


    http://boramtz.wix.com/bamboo-promise#!books/cnec

  • 00:32

    The Author Chat Show with Lynda D. Brown

    in Books

    Meet author Ron Boehm. Ron will be my guest on the show to discuss his new book, The Boys on Cherry Street: From the Crazy Innocence of College to the Loss of Innocenc in Vietnam.


    About the book:


    The Boys on Cherry Street is a collection of stories both humorous and heroic. The stories start with the zany and outrageous antics of the author and his college friends and continues through his U.S. Marine Corps training, flight school and service in Vietnam. There are many great books written about the Vietnam War—its heroes, their courage and sacrifice. However, this book is different in that it also shows the keen sense of humor that some men showed in some of the most stressful situations imaginable. It was this sense of humor that Boehm believe was part of their coping mechanism that got them through the tense situations of combat. The book is a salute to the young men of the Vietnam War Era who answered their country’s call.


    About the author:


    Ron Boehm was born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana. After graduation from Southeastern Louisiana College he went through OCS in the U.S. Marine       Corps and was commissioned an officer. He was one of the first group of aviation students the Marine Corps sent through U.S. Air Force Flight School.             After earning his Air Force and Navy Wings’ he flew the A6A Intruder in combat and served as a Forward Air Controller with the 7th Marine Regiment in       Vietnam. Ron Currently lives in Houston, Texas has two children and owns a construction company. This is his second book.     


     

  • 00:03

    IRAQ - THE VIETNAM WAR OF THE 21ST CENTURY - THE PERPETUAL "SINK-HOLE"!

    in Politics Progressive

    IRAQ - THE VIETNAM WAR OF THE 21ST CENTURY - THE PERPETUAL "SINK-HOLE"!


     


    IRAQ - Is Just Another Way Of Saying --- It Really Ain't QUICK.


     


    No Shit Sherlock.


     


    No Fake Jake.


     


    You Guessed Her Chester.


     


    George Bush's ill-advised invasion of Iraq on March 20, 2003 was perhaps the biggest foreign policy blunder in our nation's history.  


     


    Ya Think?


     


     


    It opened up the Mother Of All Can-Of-Worms.


     


    Is it any wonder that we are now confronted with something like ISIS?  They were directly spawned out of this nation's decision to invade Iraq and in the process reduce her to rubble and near-total dysfunction.


     


    Way to go America!  The laws of the universe are not to be easily mocked and assuredly there will be atonement to pay by our country for many years to come.


     


    It all goes back to that old saying - knowing when to say when.


     


     


    Knowing When To Hold Them & When To Fold Them.


     


     


    For The GOP - That's Just Asking For The Impossible!


     


     


    After All --- The GOP IS IRAQ - Just Turned Inside Out!


     


     


    The Upshot Is - America Simply Needs To Lose The GOP - Like A Love Gone Wrong!  Or As That Old Blues Saying Goes --- Baby, I Dig You, But I Got To Put You Down!


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     

  • 00:45

    Vietnam

    in Travel

    April 30th, 2015 marks the 40 year anniversary of the end of the Vietnam War. On this weeks show we're uncovering what Vietnam is like today as a tourist destination. We look at the changes 40 years have brought and what it means to the top destinations and resorts that have grown up all along Vietnam. From Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh City, with the beaches of Danang, cruising Halong Bay and the Mekong Delta. Vietnam offers a rich variety of sights, cuisine, history and people. Join Ja'Vonne and Bonnie as they explore all. Tune in to get the details!

  • 00:21

    vietnam flashbacks of the chazz of life dancers

    in Social Networking

    surrounded by the underrone 
    only one way out
    kill em all!
    vietnam bruva
    we been doin this 6 -7 months
    who cares?
    call in and help chazz razz out of the dense vietcong infested jungle 
    OBAMA OBAMA OBAMA
    KEEP ME SAFE
    3472157638

  • 01:00

    Conversation with a Marine Corps General

    in Military

    The May 28, 2015, episode of American Heroes Radio features a conversation with retired Marine Corps General John Admire.


    Major General John Admire, USMC (ret.)  "is a Vietnam and Gulf War Marine. His 43-year United States Marine Corps career includes 33 years of active duty and 5 combat tours as an Infantry Marine, plus 10 years as a consultant and advisor with the US Joint Forces Command and Military Academy Headmaster. He commanded units world-wide at every level from an Infantry Platoon Leader in Vietnam to the Commanding General, 1st Marine Division in California. He served as the Senior Military Social Aide to the President of the United States at the White House, as the Marine Corps' Legislative Liaison to the United States Congress on Capitol Hill, and as a member of General Colin Powell's Joint Staff in the Pentagon. John is an Oklahoman, born and reared in Tulsa. He is a Phi Beta Kappa and Honors graduate of the University of Oklahoma with one Bachelor's and four Master's degrees."  Major General John Admire is the author of Darker than Dark.