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WTR: Adam "Bear" Smith, Joe House, and Concerned Veterans of America

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Warrior Talk Radio with GI Jenn is super excited to welcome Adam "Bear" Smith as guest co-host talk talk about his project Ride to Valhalla, we will then be joined by R Joe House to talk about some current events, and then we will be speaking with Retired Navy Chief Ron Aksel and Bernice Gorman from Concerened Veterans of America.

Adam "Bear" Smith spent 15 years in the US Army, 6 of which with the US Army SF. He deployed multiple times to Afghanistan, Central America, and South East Asia. Adam recently lived and worked in Guatemala as a security consultant. Now he is prepping for the ride to valhalla.

Joe House. Enlisted in 1997 in the U.S. Air Force and served as an A10 Weapon Systems maintainer.  House, as we like to call him, is former law enforcement and is now a small business owner.  House will be coming on to discuss some current topics.

Retired Navy Chief Ron Aksel served our nation as a Submariner from 1974 to 1994 he is now working for Concerned Veterans For America as a Local Director for the past two years in Virginia Beach, Virginia.  

Bernice was a Navy Fleet Marine Force Corpsman Reservist 2nd Class Petty Officer for 16 years, who served in Iraq 2005 - 2006 and Afghanistan in 2010.  She was a 30 year career nurse in the civilian sector and am part of CVA.org.

CVA’s mission is to advocate for policies that will preserve the freedom and liberty that we and our families so proudly fought and sacrificed to defend.

CVA is made up of veterans from every branch of uniformed services and every conflict from World War II to the Global War on Terror. We are the family members of those who have proudly worn the uniform. We are freedom-loving citizens who value America’s heroes and are concerned about the fate of our country.

Guest call in number is 646-595-3504

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