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There are many ways we can help support Veterans and their families. But not all these charities are on the up and up.  Representatives of the Federal Trade Commission join us to discuss “Operation Donate with Honor” and how to avoid scams targeting military families.

Recent Shows

Black Klansman – Ron Stallworth

The premise of the film “Black Klansman” sounds almost too bizarre to be true; a black detective successfully infiltrating the Ku Klux Klan.  But it actually happened to Ron Stallworth. Photo Credit: Jorge Salgado/El Paso Inc. Ron originally applied to the police academy in order to earn sufficient money to pay for college and become a high school PE teacher. But after a year on the job he was having too much fun and earning twice what he would have as a PE teacher. He was hired in 1972 as the first black police cadet in Colorado Springs [...]

September 16th, 2018|

Martial Sciences – Johnny Linebarger & John Viol

There is a critical distinction between the Martial Arts and Martial Sciences.  Today’s guests clarify the differences and teach us more about the science of protection. Johnny Linebarger is the CEO and Director of Training for KoSho Martial Training Institute. He spent 9 years in the US Air Force as a specialist in aerospace security. He is a three time All-American and holds nine world titles in sport karate competition. John Viol started training in martial sciences 1967. He was recruited by Marine Corps out of high school but rerouted into multi-service program and spent some time working for NATO. [...]

September 2nd, 2018|

Never Forget – Tim Brown, NYFD

Never Forget. Tim Brown was no stranger to the damage wrought by terrorist attacks.  As a member of the New York City Fire Department, he responded to the 1993 World Trade Center bombing. He was part of a specialized Urban Search and Rescue task force dispatched to Oklahoma City in 1995 following the Murrah Federal Building bombing. But perhaps nothing could have prepared him for the abject horror of what was September 11, 1001.  Ninety three of his firefighter comrades were murdered that day, including two of his best friends.  Tim Brown survived the 9/11 attacks but not without scars. To [...]

August 26th, 2018|

Delta Force – Tom & Jen Satterly

Delta Force attracted Tom Satterly because he wanted to serve with the best.  It must have been a good fit – Tom served with 1st Special Forces Operational Detachment – Delta for twenty years.  His struggle reintegrating into post Delta Force life led he and his wife Jen to create the All Secure Foundation in order to help other Special Forces operators and their families get access to the resources they need. Most Delta Force missions will remain classified.   The public first became aware of this Tier One unit following “Operation Eagle Claw” – the plan to rescue American hostages [...]

August 19th, 2018|

Chef Rush – A Gentle Giant

Chef Andre Rush Chef Rush is unaccustomed to fame, but it couldn’t have happened to a nicer guy. A single tweeted photo made Army Veteran Andre Rush an internet sensation.  His nickname is “Tiny” is a bit ironic considering Chef Rush is 285 pounds of solid muscle with 24” biceps.  Once considered the “strongest Chef in the Army”, he is using his fame to share powerful messages about supporting Veterans and each other. Growing up in a large family, he developed a love for cooking at an early age, enjoying the challenge and science of it all.  He [...]

August 5th, 2018|

Invictus – Captain Christy Wise

Capt. Christy Wise, Air Force HC-130J Pilot Invictus translated from Latin means unconquered. Captain Christy Wise was fulfilling her dream as an Air Force C-130 pilot when a hit and run boating accident nearly took her life and resulted in the amputation of her right leg above the knee. As a testament to her unconquered spirit, while still in the ambulance, Wise was already resolved to not let this injury end her career as a pilot. She was inspired in part by her former Air Force Academy classmate Ryan Maguire who lost his leg in a boating accident [...]

July 29th, 2018|

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