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Upcoming Shows

Apr 29 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
12:00 pm
Steve Murphy & Javier Pena were DEA agents who helped bring down the Pablo Escobar. Their story is told in the Netflix drama series “Narcos”
Jul 4 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
12:00 pm
After playing Ranger Jeff Streucker in “Blackhawk Down”, Actor Brian Van Holt was so impressed that he almost enlisted. His entire family is in law enforcement. Brian shares his thoughts and perspective on warriors and sheepdogs

Recent Shows

Christmas as a POW – Lee Ellis

Leon “Lee” Ellis spent several Christmas Holidays as a POW. Col. Lee Ellis (USAF Retired) During Christmas, most of us are surrounded by that which we hold dear; family, friends, peace and hope.  The promise of Christmas is one of hope.  Those who “Stand the Watch”; the men and women of our military forces, volunteer to spend their time away from THEIR families so that we can spend time with OURS. For several Christmas holidays, all Lee Ellis had was hope.  He was shot down and captured November 7, 1967 during his 53rd mission over North Vietnam. He would [...]

December 24th, 2017|

We Weren’t Flying Over Laos – Ed “Moose” Skowron

Lt. Col Ed "Moose" Skowron Ed “Moose” Skowron accumulated more than 15,000 hours in the cockpits of both civilian and military aircraft. Some were combat missions over Laos that were not credited. However, it was his 99th combat mission in Vietnam that he remembers most. Ed wanted to be a pilot since he was a child. He wanted to fly for the Air Force or Navy but admits he didn’t like school all that much, which limited his options. The Air Force had a navigator training program that didn’t require a college degree so he signed up.  After [...]

December 17th, 2017|

Wreaths Across America

Meredith Ford, Hospice-Veterans Partnership of Southern Arizona (L) Gold Star Mother Marsha Moon (R) Wreaths Across America will be placing wreaths on the graves of fallen warriors at over 1,200 cemeteries across the nation, abroad and even at sea.  Their mission is to remember our fallen US Veterans, honor those who serve and teach children about the value of freedom. American Warrior broadcasts live from one of these locations; East Lawn Palms Cemetery thanks to the generous underwriting support of the Hospice- Veterans Partnership of Southern Arizona. Wreaths Across America was the brainchild of Morrill Worcester.  As a [...]

December 10th, 2017|

Boulder Crest Retreat – Josh Goldberg

Boulder Crest Retreat’s motto is “Healing Heroes. One family at a time.” Their innovative post traumatic growth curriculum has helped over 3,000 warriors and is showing amazing results. Josh Goldberg, Director of Strategy for Boulder Crest Retreat shares more information about this pioneering initiative and how it is helping warriors, first responders and their families. Their programs are offered free of charge to participants. After retiring from a 21 year career in the Navy, explosive ordinance disposal technician Ken Falke found himself regularly visiting the bedsides of fellow EOD warriors injured in the war on terror. These experiences led him [...]

December 3rd, 2017|

Innovations from World War II – Craig Suter

Innovations made during the Second World War are still with us today – and some of them may surprise you!  A really entertaining and enlightening chat with Craig Suter, author of “The Inventor’s War; The Durable Ideas and Innovations of World War Two.” In order to find information for this compilation Craig had to read over 450 other books, period magazine stories and even research old newspaper advertisements. Some of these innovations came about due to an obvious need; pressurized cabins so that bombers could fly above enemy anti-aircraft fire, sunscreen for the troops in the withering Pacific campaign and [...]

November 26th, 2017|

2nd Battle of Fallujah – Donald Baker, USMC

Donald Baker in Fallujah. Photo Credit: Patrick K. O'Donnell The 2nd Battle of Fallujah was the bloodiest of the Iraq War.  So then why don’t more people know about it?   Donald Baker is a Marine Veteran with 9 years of service including three deployments to Iraq and one to Afghanistan.  His path to becoming a Marine was set forth by two elements; his father’s service as a Force Recon Marine in Vietnam and Donald’s dream of becoming a filmmaker. One of his early films about World War I won an award and motivated him to make other [...]

November 19th, 2017|

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