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Our mission is to see that the world appreciates what extraordinary things ordinary people have done to gain and preserve the freedom.

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Host Jim Fausone talks to Tyler Benson, co-founder of Galley Group, Inc., a food hall development, management, and advisory company. Galley Group partners with real estate developer, community leaders, and industry veterans to create... more

LCDR Holly Shaffner (ret) USCG discusses her time as an enlisted and officer in the Coast Guard. Holly is the military liason officer for San Diego State University and discusses that program and transitioning after service. On campus... more

The Veterans History Project (VHP) of the Library of Congress American Folklife Center collects and preserves the firsthand interviews and narratives of United States military veterans from World War I through the present. In addition to... more

John U Bacon tells the story of the Great Halifax Explosion of WWI. The Halifax Explosion was a maritime disaster in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, which happened on the morning of 6 December 1917. The Norwegian vessel SS Imo... more

For 25 years US Vets, Inc has housed homeless vets and provided supportive services. Today with 500 employees and a budget of $54,000,000, it is a national leader with a housing and support model that works. Vietnam Marine Lt.... more

Rod Levy, Executive Director, of Code Platoon discusses the demand for software developers. Job-seeking military veterans face many challenges translating their service into civilian work experience. Code Platoon's solution is simple:... more

He walked into the wrong recruiting office but stayed for a 30 year career. Vincent Patton discusses today's Coast Guard, its diversity of people and mission. The technology used by today's USCG to protect the country and the type of... more

Jarret Schlaff, co-founder of Pingree Detroit, has started a workers cooperative to help veterans enter the manufacturing world of leather high-end boots, sneakers and bags. We talk to Army and Air Force veterans employed with... more

Gary Thompson of Dead Reckoning discusses its first four military graphic novels: Machete Squad, The 'Stan, Trench Dogs and the Best of Don Winslow of the Navy. Gary talks about why the Naval Institute Press branched off into graphic... more

John Gardner served in the US Air Force for 24 years and the last 9 as a recruiter. He discusses Roush Industries and the need to explain military experiences to the civilian employer with host Jim Fausone. John discusses... more

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