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Upcoming Shows

Nov 17 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
11:00 am
The “Well Done Comedian”.  An IED took the lives of four of his comrades and left Bobby Henline with severe burns over 40% of his body.  He could have given up. Instead he has turned to comedy as a way to help other survivors.
12:00 pm
As a member of the CIA’s Global Response Staff, John Tiegen would spend 13 hours September 11, 2012 battling Islamic militants in Benghazi.
Dec 8 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
12:00 pm
Army SSGT Clint Romesha was awarded the Medal of Honor for his actions in Afghanistan.  His is just one of the stories featured in the newly released Netflix Series “Medal of Honor”.

Recent Shows

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|

Havok Journal Update – Scott Faith

Our regular Havok Journal update with their editor Scott Faith touches on several topics that some listeners may find controversial but all will find interesting. Topics covered include; A front on the War on Terrorism not often seen in the public; hackers modifying terrorist propaganda pages and videos to make the subjects appear foolish rather than frightening.  While mocking the enemy may be fun, Scott emphasizes that the worldwide threat from terrorism is still very real and we must remain vigilant.  “Imagine if the 9/11 attacks had been written as a movie script. It was so improbable it would have [...]

July 15th, 2018|

Hell Below – James M. Scott & Ron Morgan

Hell Below is a documentary series of the Smithsonian Channel describing submarine combat during the Second World War.  On today’s show we talk with James M. Scott, one of the experts featured in the series and retired Navy Rear Admiral Ron Morgan. James has written several excellent books about historical military events including Target Tokyo, Attack on the Liberty and The War Below.  Two of the submarines James highlights in The War Below are featured in the Hell Below series.   Ron Morgan served four years on submarines during the Cold War and another 31 ½ years in the Navy [...]

July 8th, 2018|

Freedom and Liberty – Jamie Harwick

Freedom and Liberty are the focus topics for this special Independence Day discussion with 20 year Air Force Veteran Jamie Harwick. Using relevant comments from previous guests, Jamie and I share our gratitude for the freedom we enjoy as US citizens and for those who sacrifice to keep us free. Gary Sinise:  Gary relates the contrast between freedom and tyranny that was starkly evident the first time he visited the Korean DMZ.  He also shares his motivation for continuing to support those who serve and their families. Col. Lee Ellis:  Lee’s case is an extreme one of what can happen [...]

July 4th, 2018|

Touching the Dragon – James Hatch

Touching the Dragon is what James Hatch calls the process he had to complete in order to banish his demons. It is also the title of a book he recently published. James was part of a team dispatched to try and rescue deserter Bowe Bergdahl.   On that mission an AK-47 round tore through his femur and out the back of his leg.  Military working dog REMCO was killed in that same action. Had it not been for REMCO, it is likely that James and his team would have all been slain. Hatch is an expert military dog trainer and handler. He [...]

June 25th, 2018|

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