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Lt. Commander Will Bowden, USCG (ret), talks about his time in the Coast Guard, law enforcement, pharmaceutical industry and then his pivot to the cannabis industry. He grew up in Santa Cruz, California and has lived in Naples, Florida... more

Jill Newmark discusses 14 Black surgeons who served with the Union Army during the Civil War. She explores their struggles to get trained in surgery, prejudice in society and the military, struggles as Black officers, and overcoming... more

Zero Day is a non-profit that helps veterans with counseling, housing, job skills, and outdoor therapy; showcasing the power of partnerships and volunteers. Two volunteers, Nate Cropsey and James Dentler, talk with host Jim Fausone about... more

Dr. Rebecca Grant is a national security analyst and the President of IRIS Independent Research. IRIS is a small, woman-owned business that specializes in defense and aerospace research and consulting. Initially, Rebecca began... more

Where have our heroes gone? What it takes to be a hero, why war heroes matter, and why Americans should never forget our heroes. Join host Gary Lillie from this 2007 interiew. Our guest is, self-proclaimed hero expert and author, Gary W.... more

John Faunce talks about the creation and mission of Team RWB to connect today's veterans with activities like rucks and runs. He talks to host Jim Fausone about the future and the need for Team Red, White, and Blue.

Our Community Salutes was started in 2009 by Dr. Ken Hartman to acknowledge high school kids that were enlisting in the military and support that family decision. This grassroots effort coordinated by OCS holds events around the country... more

What do Bob Hope, Marilyn Monroe and Toby Keith have in common? They have all performed on a USO tour. Since World War II the USO has been sending entertainers around the world to entertain our troops. But the USO is much more... more

Allison Jaslow, CEO of IAVA, talks about Iraq and Afghanistan veterans, the 2023 IAVA member survey, issues for women veterans, and the need for more emphasis on military recruiting. Jaslow discusses current issues with host Jim... more

Dale Throneberry interviews the late Dr. Guy Stern (Jan 4, 1922 – Dec 7, 2023) in an episode that originally aired in February, 2021. Dr. Guy Stern was a World War II Ritchie Boy and recently served as director of the Harry and... more

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