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Warrior Talk Radio has a CRAM-PACKED show toninght.  We are so excited to welcome three WARRIORS!!!  

First, we have Shawn Cronan.  Having served for a total of 13 years honorably in three branches, US Navy, US Army and Louisiana Army National Guard, Shawn was medically discharged after the Desert Storm campaign.  In July of 2011 Shawn founded NOLA Patriots, which became a legally incorporated 501(c)3 “non-profit” organization to assist any and all of Louisiana’s active and veteran families.  The organization developed a program to maintain family unity (Warrior Family Unity Program) and a program to aggressively address military suicide (Spec Matthew W. Comeaux Peer Support and Mentoring Program).  Recently, the organization went througha transition to signify their goal of assisting statewide and “rebranded” itself as the Military Advocacy Project of Louisiana. 

Then we have Frank McRae.  He is the former head of the US Army Special Forces Advanced Reconnaissance Target Analysis and Exploitation Techniques Course (SFARTAETC) at Ft. Bragg N.C. He started his military career in the 1st Ranger Bn as an 11B infantryman. He served in the 1st Special Forces Group (ABN) Okinawa Japan.  Frank will be joining us to talk about The Green Beret Foundation Pro Am Shooting Match!

And finally, we have US Senate Candidate from Louisana, Ret. Col. Rob Maness.  Col. Maness Rob made the decision as a 17 year old high school senior to enlist in the Air Force and served in the midst of the Iranian hostage crisis. He worked his way up from the enlisted ranks to full colonel and retired from active duty in 2011, ending his military service of more than 32 years.  During his military service, Colonel Maness led numerous combat operations; two of which were as a bomber squadron commander in operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom. 

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