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THE CHUCK MAWHINNEY STORY The Marine Corps' deadliest sniper is Chuck Mawhinney with 103 confirmed kills during the Vietnam War. His story went untold for decades, with many books claiming Carlos Hathcock had the most kills... more

The recently appointed CEO of the John Dingell Detroit VA Medical Center talks about his background, commitment to veterans health care, the challenges at Detroit VAMC and what his team is doing to improve customer service... more

This week's one hour radio broadcast is hosted by Dale Throneberry. Dale welcomes Dawn and Wendall Pelham to tell their son's military service story. This will begin with a beautiful song ?Larger Than Life? written by Dawn and... more

Dwight Stirling, PhD and retired military lawyer and prosecutor has focused on the unfairness of the Feres Doctrine for his professional career. It stops military members from suing on a wide range of injuries such as medical malpractice... more

RESIDENTIAL HEALTH CARE RESIDENTIAL HEALTH CARE GROUP provides home health care, palliative care and hospice care to veterans. Residential would love to hear from you! They have provided these phone numbers for... more

Today, recruiters are struggling to bring enough Zoomers into the armed services. Mismatched fundamental ideals, divergent beliefs about the workplace, and other sociocultural influences have contributed to the United States military scrambling... more

?IKE IN LOVE AND WAR? BY RICHARD STRINER Ike in Love and War shows the hidden sacrifices that made Eisenhower remarkable. It probes the mission that was driving him: the quest to reconcile his skill as a fighter with his mother's... more

Joseph Craig, Director of AUSA 's Book Program, explains the mission, orgin and future of graphic novels focusing on Army Medal of Honor recipients. These novels are professionally done and vibrant in digital format or in print. Joe talks... more

Since meeting Michael J. Martin, by way of Gary Lillie, in 2004, Martin was a frequent guest on Veterans Radio. He was one of those ?old fashioned tried and true ol' troubadours? with ballad-folk songs that came out of the Vietnam War... more

Attorney Catherine Groll, a litigation partner with the Mike Cox Law Firm, talks about the Camp LeJeune Justice Act, the administrative claims process, and the Department of Defense & Navy's new "Public Guidance on Elective Option for... more

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