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Rabbi Bonnie Koppell earned a Bachelor of Arts from Brandeis University, a master's degree from Temple University and a master's of strategic studies from U.S. Army War College. She also received a Doctor of Divinity degree and her... more

Col. Valde Garcia (ret) a board member of the Michigan Military and Veterans Hall of Honor discusses the six veteran inductees to the Hall of Honor in 2019 the inaugural class: Joe Louis, John Dingell, Keith King, Vincent Patton, Mike Iitich... more

Michigan Military and Veterans Hall of Honor board member Col. Valde Garcia (ret) discusses the 6 inaugural inductees to the Hall of Honor: Lt Col Alexander Jefferson USAF; LTC Charles Kettle (MOH) USA; LT Col Digger O'Dell USAF;... more

Col Valde Garcia (ret) a board member of the Michigan Military and Veterans Hall of Honor discusses the mission, vision, process of selecting and the upcoming inaugural induction ceremony with host Jim Fausone.

Brian Dunnigan discusses the extensive collection of military primary source materials held at the William L. Clements Library in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The William L. Clements Library is a rare book and manuscript repository located on... more

Christina Collazo is one of the first Navy nurses in a new role aimed at improving health care for the children of military service members. There are few acute care pediatric nurse practitioners (PNP) in the whole Navy, The Navy is sending her... more

This story is about the sinking of the USS Indianapolis on July 30, 1945, days after delivering the components of the atomic bomb from California to the Pacific Islands. For the next five nights and four days, almost three hundred miles from... more

Ungentle Goodnights uses the records of the United States Naval Asylum (later the United States Naval Home), a residence for disabled and elderly sailors and Marines established by the U.S. government, to recover the lives of the 541... more

Sean McFate is an author and foreign policy expert. Dr. McFate is a professor of strategy at the National Defense University and Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service in Washington, DC. McFate's career began as a paratrooper... more

Col. Mikel Burroughs (ret) US Army is now the Director of Military Debt Acquisitions and Relief for RIP Medical Debt. This 501c3 non-profit raises money to buy and then extinguish medical debt. Over $500 million of medical debt... more

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