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Upcoming Shows

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.
Aug 5 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
12:00 pm
Before he retired from the Army, Master Sergeant Andre Rush was known as the “Strongest Chef in the Military”. Now he’s helping to raise awareness about Veteran’s issues.

Recent Shows

Peter Sherayko – Veteran and Western Expert

Peter Sherayko volunteered for the Air Force just as the Vietnam War was getting started.  He then volunteered to go to Vietnam. (L-R) Peter Sherayko, BBG, John Eslinger Upon returning home he continued his college education but was becoming disillusioned with his field of choice. Following a fluke conversation with a radio show, Peter decided he wanted to become a radio disc jockey. Coincidentally, the commander of the local Air National Guard squadron owned the local radio station. While in college he was cast for a play where his role involved kissing the prettiest girl in the theatre [...]

March 19th, 2018|

SR-71 & U-2 Pilot Maj. General Pat Halloran

Maj. Gen. Pat Halloran (L) with Guest Host John Eslinger SR-71 pilot Pat Halloran grew up on a farm in Minnesota and had no interest in planes.  He studied music in college with the goal of becoming a high school band director. But when he took a break to tour with a dance band in order to earn tuition money, he became eligible for the draft.  His number came up the GI Bill seemed a better option to pay for the rest of his college education. He intended to join the Army, but the recruiter was busy and a [...]

March 11th, 2018|

Doug Stanton – Best Selling Author

Doug Stanton (Photo Credit: Evan Agostino/Invision/AP Doug Stanton probably never thought he would see his name in lights. But that is precisely what happened when the movie “12 Strong” debuted in January. The film is based upon Doug’s second bestselling book “Horse Soldiers”. His first book, “In Harm’s Way” (recounting the World War II sinking of the USS Indianapolis) spent more than six months on the New York Times bestseller list. In this episode we talk with Doug Stanton about his books “Horse Soldiers” and “The Odyssey of Echo Company”. “Horse Soldiers”/12 Strong” recounts the role of a [...]

March 4th, 2018|

Stop the Bleed Day – Andrew Fisher and CJ Higgins

Bleeding is the top cause of preventable death in the US. It is estimated that 20% of the persons who have died from traumatic situations could have survived if their bleeding was stemmed in time. Almost all of us know someone who has been trained in CPR – what about bleeding? National Stop the Bleed Day (March 31) seeks to raise awareness about the issues and providing training to as many people as possible. This episode we are joined by two experts; one a warrior and the other a sheepdog, to discuss why this issue is important and what people can [...]

February 25th, 2018|

Havok Journal Update – Scott Faith

The first Havok Journal check-in of the year with editor Scott Faith. Havok Journal is an online publication with articles heavily focusing on military and law enforcement issues. Our discussion features multiple topics covered by Havok Journal authors so far this year including: New Year’s Resolutions for Veterans While studies have shown that resolutions themselves rarely “stick”, the process of self-evaluation and writing resolutions can be very beneficial. Havok Journal polled their writers and listed their top 8 resolutions for Veterans.  Suggestions include; telling their stories, not acting as if they world owes them something, helping their fellow veterans whenever [...]

February 11th, 2018|

Navy SEAL Jason Redman

Jason Redman tried to join the Army, but the Navy got him instead. Good thing because he became a member of one of our nation’s most elite special forces – a SEAL. Jason Redman Accepted into the Seaman to Admiral Program, Redman was in his first semester of college when the 9/11 attacks occurred and he wanted to drop out to rejoin his team. However, one of the most respected officers in the SEAL teams uttered some prophetic words; “This war will not end quickly and we will need good operators and good leaders to fight this war. [...]

January 28th, 2018|

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