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Upcoming Shows

    12:00 pm
    A special Veteran’s Day remote broadcast from the 390th Memorial Museum. This museum highlights World War II history through the lens of the legendary 390th Bomb Group.
    Nov 14 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
    12:00 pm
    Rick served in the Marines and 28 years as an Law Enforcement officer.  He discusses remaining positive while so often dealing with the more negative elements of our society and how LE families can find balance.

    Recent Shows

    Bo Derek – Helping Veterans and Military K9’s

    Bo Derek wasn’t on our list of celebrities to interview regarding their support of Veterans. As it turns out, I didn’t know Bo. Many of her family members served in the military; her father was a radio operator on a B-29 during the Korean War. Her stepfather served as a Green Beret in Vietnam and her ex-husband was also a Veteran. However, it was a chance encounter with the Secretary of Veterans Affairs Anthony Principi that really got Bo engaged. She accepted his invitation to attend the National Disabled Veterans Winter Sports Clinic and was blown away by what she [...]

    September 13th, 2020|

    On the Blue Line – Wayne Mulder

    On The Blue Line founder and host Wayne Mulder never thought he would become a cop but he has now worn the badge for nine years. On the Blue Line is one of the podcasts hosted by Heroes Media Group. Wayne created the On the Blue Line podcast in March of 2019. The program is “Geared to help cops find success in what REALLY matters, your life outside the badge.”  He motivation is to help other law enforcement professionals find balance between their vocation and their family. Wayne and I discuss life on the thin blue line in the context [...]

    September 6th, 2020|

    Tony Marshall – Pushing Boundaries

    Marion “Tony” Marshall had a penchant for pushing boundaries.  This led to some rather intriguing experiences during his time as a POW in Vietnam. Tony always wanted to be a pilot. Despite “skating” in high school he secured an interview for a military academy appointment and was one of only 6 black cadets in his Air Force Academy class of 1,000 persons.  His eyesight prevented him from entering pilot training so he chose to become a navigator just to get in the cockpit. Tony Marshall LOVED the F-4 Phantom and it showed in his performance. He was awarded no fewer [...]

    August 30th, 2020|

    About American Warrior Radio

    ONLY 1% OF OUR POPULATION SERVES OUR NATION IN THE MILITARY

    Even fewer have taken the oath to protect us on the home front. The mission of American Warrior Radio is to bridge the gap of understanding between those who took the oath and the rest of the civilian population. We do so by telling the stories of the men & women in our military/first responder communities… and those who support them.

    MEET YOUR HOST

    Ben Buehler-Garcia never served in the military or carried a badge. This is why he considers it his duty to support those who have.

    For nearly three decades he has volunteered with several initiatives to support military and first responder families including the Tucson Chamber Military Affairs Committee, the 9/11 Never Forgotten Tower Challenge Foundation, Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve, USS Tucson 770 Club, the Tucson Community Cares Foundation and as Honorary Commander for the 12th Air Force/Air Forces Southern.

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    FEATURED INTERVIEWS

    DON COLLIER – ACTOR & NAVY VET
    The Distinguished Couple
    “CAREER LIMITING CAPERS” – GEMINI 4 & APOLLO 9 COMMANDER JIM MCDIVITT
    NIGHT STALKERS PILOT DAVID COOPER
    VETERANS DAY – MAJ. GEN. TED MAXWELL AND PFC JESSICA LYNCH
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