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Upcoming Shows

Jun 24 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
12:00 pm
On a mission to find/rescue deserter Bowe Bergdahl, Jimmy Hatch received a grievous leg wound that would end his career and take the life of a trusty Military Dog. His powerful new book reveals how he has lived life since that moment.
Jul 22 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
12:00 pm
One of the more intriguing chapters of World War II history – the American Pilots who were fighting the Japanese BEFORE the attack on Pearl Harbor.  With author Sam Kleiner
12:00 pm
Captain Christy Wise is the first female amputee to return to the cockpit. She is also helping children gain access to prostheses so that can live fuller lives.

Recent Shows

Locked In – Carolyn Furdek

The first time Carolyn Furdek “locked in” was during a convoy mission no different than hundreds of others she had conducted before.  It was the beginning of a decade long struggle against an invisible enemy. Carolyn competed at the collegiate level in swimming, graduated airborne school with honors and was one of the first West Point cadets to attend Naval Diving and Salvage training.  She was no stranger to stressful situations.  But for some reason, something was causing a confident and respected leader to suddenly retreat into her own mind.  These locked in episodes would last anywhere from a few [...]

May 20th, 2018|

Police Week – Thomas Marchese & Dave Bray

National Police Week was first proclaimed by President Kennedy in 1962 to memorialize law enforcement officers fallen in the line of duty. In honor of National Police Week we talk with two individuals; Thomas Marchese is a Sheepdog and Dave Bray is a Warrior. Fallen Poster Thomas Marchese was a police officer when four officers were killed in Oakland.  This incident convinced him of the need to document the stories of police officers killed in the line of duty. One of the "Fallen" segments tells the story of Aiken Public Safety Officer Sandy Rogers, shot three times with [...]

May 13th, 2018|

Herschel Walker – Rocky Ridge Truck Giveaway

Herschel Walker and SEAL Brian Jason. Photo Credit: Fox Business Herschel Walker is considered one of our nation’s elite athletes. Brian Jason served with one of the world’s most elite military units.  The True American Hero Truck giveaway brought them together. The giveaway was an initiative of the Rocky Ridge Truck Company to recognize and give back to first responders and members of our military. Herschel Walker was on top of the world.  But one day the NFL great found himself in his vehicle, with a pistol, searching for a man he felt “disrespected” him.   It was then [...]

May 6th, 2018|

The REAL Narcos – Steve Murphy & Javier Pena

Javier Pena (L) and Steve Murphy (R) The Netflix series Narcos tells the story of the manhunt for Pablo Escobar from the perspective of two DEA agents.  The REAL agents featured in the series join American Warrior Radio to share their perspectives and thoughts. For agent Javier Pena, the hunt for Escobar was personal.  Starting his career as a Sheriff’s Deputy in the border town of Laredo, he saw the damage done by the drug trade. Many of the police officers killed in Columbia during Escobar’s reign were his personal friends. A West Virginia native, one of agent [...]

April 29th, 2018|

Stories of a Mortuary NCO – Justin Jordan

Justin Jordan spent six of his 20 years in the Air Force as a mortuary technician and it had a profound effect upon his mental well being.  His experiences are recounted in his book “And Then I Cried; Stories of a Mortuary NCO”. Like many people, Justin wanted to get out of his small town so he joined the Air Force.  He was assigned to the services career field, a “jack of all trades” assignment that includes cooks, hotel management, recreation and even bartenders. It also includes one specialty that no one wanted to discuss – mortuary technicians. As a [...]

April 22nd, 2018|

Charlie Gebhardt – 20,000 Flight Hours

Some advice from his father led Charlie Gebhardt to a career that would have him in the cockpit of one airplane or another for more 20,000 hours. Charlie was born in Greenwich Village about 20 minutes from Grand Central Station and close to West Point.  He planned to attend West point until his father informed there was a place just like it where one gets to fly airplanes.  That idea appealed to Charlie much more than slogging through the mud.  He was accepted to West Point and graduated in 1963 – the same class as Frederick Gregory. Although his first [...]

April 15th, 2018|

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