The following shows aired in July 2015. Click on the show date in the left column to listen to that show. Files are in MP3 format.
Happy Birthday America! 239 Years Young
“The show no sooner ended when my son phoned me and said, “Dad, I learned a lot about you today during your Veterans Radio interview. I just want to say thank you for what you did over there and thank you for being my father.”—Ray Essenmacher, Vietnam Combat Medic.
Join Veterans Radio this week for a special encore presentation from July 3rd, 2010.
Veterans Radio co-founder, host and Navy Vietnam veteran Gary Lillie interviews local historian Peter Fletcher on America’s 234th birthday. We think you’ll really enjoy listening to these two great story tellers bring the story of America’s birth to life.
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|7/12/15||Veterans Summer Reading. Summer is in full swing and it’s a great time to slow down and read a book on the beach. Join Veterans Radio this week and their guests, award winning authors and Military Writers Society of America members Dwight Zimmerman and Bob Doerr, as they talk about a special summer reading list for veterans and their families.|
|7/19/15||Benefits, Benefits, Benefits. This program is for you, the veteran, and your family. This week on Veterans Radio the whole hour is dedicated to explaining your VA benefits. What benefits are available and which ones you may be eligible for.
Join host Dale Throneberry and his guests including Veterans Radio’s own Jim Fausone, founder of Legal Help for Veterans. Brigadier General (ret.) Carol Ann Fausone, General Fausone served her country for 34 years from 1977–2011. From 2003–2011 she served as the Assistant Adjutant General of Veterans Affairs, for the Department of Military and Veterans Affairs, State of Michigan advocating for Veterans. And Lt. Col. James R. Dempsey Jr. Jim Dempsey is the former Commander for the DAV (Disabled American Veterans) for the Department of Michigan. He is a military veteran of 28 years, having served as a non-commissioned officer from 1974–1982, at which time he received a direct appointment as second lieutenant in the Medical Service Corps of the U.S. Air Force. His earliest duties with the U.S. Army involved counseling Vietnam veterans as a Social Work/Psychology Specialist in Fairbanks, Alaska and Ft. Hood, Texas.
|7/26/15||General George S. Patton. This Sunday Join Veterans Radio host Bob Gould and Author/Historian Kevin Hymel.
Kevin is the Director of Research for Sovereign Media which publishes WWII History and WWII History Quarterly Magazines. Kevin will outline his extensive research of, bigger than life at the time, General George S. Patton.