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The Texas Governor who sued the Biden Administration over the ability to punish guardsmen that did not want to take the COVID Vaccine. It set up a legal challenge about who controls the National Guard when not federalized. Law... more

COL. PARIS D. DAVIS GETS HIS DUE – MEDAL OF HONOR In 1965 Paris D. Davis was a Captain, Commander, Detachment A-321, 5th Special Forces Group (Airborne), 1st Special Forces, distinguished himself by acts of... more

Dr. Beth Asch, Senior Economist at the Rand Corporation, focuses on labor economics and defense manpower. She has testified on the military recruiting woes and analyzed data on waivers given to recruits and how they perform. She... more

Veterans Radio welcomes Kirk Lanam, Veterans Service Dogs Organization, a non-profit organization that provides free service dogs and training. Our second segment includes Zach Harrison and Jessee Lee, with their Operation Song... more

Author and historian Tom McMillan talks about the huge flag that flew over Fort McHenry in the War of 1812 with the British. It was the flag that Francis Scott Key saw through the night that inspired the national anthem, "Star... more

Army retired Master Sgt Darrel Nash, historian/author speaks about his passion for keeping the history alive of the Buffalo Soldiers. He explains to host Jim Fausone the start of these regiments, their successes and how that history is... more

Ian A. O'Connor is a retired USAF colonel and a recognized expert in the field of national security management. This background serves him well as the foundation for his thriller and suspense novels, which is what he devotes his time to... more

There are 15 million Americans that can claim to be Military Brats. Many have moved multiple times during their childhood while parents served. Brats Without Borders is a group that connects, explains and recognizes this unique group of... more

On September 29, 2006, Michael Monsoor and three SEAL snipers watched vigilantly for enemy activity from their rooftop post in Ar Ramadi, Iraq. When a grenade thrown from insurgents bounced off Michael's chest, he could have... more

The War Horse investigative reporter Sonner Kehrt discusses an article and research she did on VA's response to the aging veteran population. Sonner's work was inspired by her Dad's conditions. He served in the US Navy during... more

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