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FORCE BLUE is the only nonprofit organization in the world that provides ?mission therapy? for former combat divers — individuals in whom governments around the world have invested millions to create the best possible... more

On November 21, 2010, U.S. Marine Lance Corporal Kyle Carpenter was posted atop a building in violent Helmand Province, Afghanistan, when an enemy grenade skittered toward Kyle and a fellow Marine. Without hesitation, Kyle... more

If you have never read MiSciFi, this is the author to start with. Col Michael Mammay (ret) discusses his career, the reality of writing professionally and MiSciFi. His novel PLANETSIDE, a military sci-fi mystery, is about an officer who... more

The Vietnam War is unpopular. Major US cities have experienced race riots. The Navy is having trouble recruiting sailors. The USS Kitty Hawk has spent 8 months at sea. The crew has reached the boiling point. Captain Townsend... more

Commander Rorke T. Denver has run every phase of training for the U.S. Navy SEALs and led special-forces missions in the Middle East, Africa, Latin America, and other international hot spots. He starred in the hit film Act of Valor, which is... more

Sean Parnell is a former U.S. Army airborne ranger who served in the legendary 10th Mountain Division for six years, retiring as a captain. He received two Bronze Stars (one for valor) and the Purple Heart. Sean talks about Outlaw... more

The Institute for Veterans and Military Families is a research institution housed at Syracuse University. It was launched in June 2011 to bring together several pre-existing veterans related institutes at the University. Maureen Casey is its... more

In December 1890, the Army engaged a band of Lakota Indians at Wounded Knee creek. Who shot first is lost to history but the deaths of approximately 350 Lakota and 30 Army troops made it one of the bloodiest engagements of the... more

The battle at Tam Ky and Nui Yon Hill in Vietnam on May 13-15, 1969 is retold by the surviving medic Jim "Doc" McCloughan. His rescue of the wounded is recounted as are other battlefield acts of bravery. He explains also to host Jim... more

Dr. Les Waite of Cleveland VA Medical Center is a national expert on gambling addiction of active duty and veteran population. He discusses the problem, its co-morbidity with other issues (depression, PTSD, TBI, etc) and its treatment... more

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