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Veterans Radio – March 15, 2014: 30 Management Principles of the U.S. Marines

  • Description: What's the best managed enterprise in the world? It just may be the Marine Corps. The Corps has evolved from the autocratic entity to a freewheeling adaptive organization. Author David H. Freedman will present his 30 management principles of the U.S. Marines refined from a wide-ranging system for continuous evolution under the most demanding conditions. Don't miss this one. See you there.

Veterans Radio – March 8, 2014: Dog Handlers

  • Description: Join us this week on Veterans Radio and meet our newest contributor, Alan D. Beaulieu, SSgt. USAF, Ret. Alan is a communications major at the University of Michigan and wants to produce radio programs for veterans and active duty military. I guess he's come to the right place. Alan was a dog handler in the United States Air Force and will be talking about his experiences in Iraq. He will be joined by a fellow dog handler who is stationed in Kaiserslautern, Germany. Don't miss it. We know how you love dog stories.

Veterans Radio – March 1, 2014: Largest Medal of Honor Presentation Since World War II

  • Description: According to an article in the Washington Post on February 21st the President will award Medal of Honor to two dozen veterans including nineteen who were overlooked because of their racial or ethnic backgrounds. This unusual presentation is the culmination of a twelve year Pentagon review ordered by Congress. The recipients served in World War II, Korea, and Vietnam. Just three of the twenty-four who will be honored are still alive. Don't miss this great story this week on Veterans Radio. Our guests will include Dwight Zimmerman and John D. Gresham authors of Uncommon Valor, the story of of the warriors who have earned the Medal of Honor in Iraq and Afghanistan, and Doug Sterner, founder of Home of Heroes and author of Restoring Valor. Doug is an expert on the history of the Medal of Honor and was a driving force behind the Stolen Valor Act. And much much more. You don't want to miss this special program.

Veterans Radio – February 22, 2014: World War II Flatops and the Planes the Flew with Them

  • Description: Join Host/Producer Bob Gould and Veterans Radio guest "Destined For Glory", Author/Historian,Thomas Wildenberg as they discuss Dive Bombing, Midway and the Evolution of Carrier Airpower.

Veterans Radio – February 15, 2014: The Remains of Company D

  • Description: Join host Bob Gould as he talks with author James Carl Nelson about his book, "The Remains of Company D," a story about World War I, based on the stories of his grandfather.

Veterans Radio – February 8, 2014: The Generals

  • Description: Host, Bob Gould will talk with author and historian John McManus, about Generals Bradley, Eisenhower and Macarthur.

Veterans Radio – February 1, 2014

  • Description: Our guest this week on Veterans Radio is Rebecca "Becky" Halstead, Brigadier General, U.S. Army, Retired. General Halstead and author of "The First Person You Must Lead Is You" graduated from the United States Military Academy in 1981. She was the first woman in US history to serve as a commanding general in combat. Also, Ted Diggs, Executive Director of The American College is here to talk about his new partnership with The Penn Mutual Life Insurance Company to form the The Penn Mutual Center for Veterans Affairs, honoring the brave members of the armed forces transitioning back to civilian life.

Veterans Radio – January 25, 2014

  • Description: Join host Bob Gould Veterans Radio contributor Sheryl James and their guests: Karen Worchester, Executive Director, Wreaths Across America, will give us her passionate account of the creation and goals of an inspiring project that honors those that have served by remembering the fallen. Richard Jellerson, Vietnam combat helicopter pilot, will tell us about his effort to produce a film about not just the MIAs but their families, and America's military goals , protocols to return our fallen warriors. Solomn Promise: America's Missing in Action And Rob McDivett, Director of the Ann Arbor VA

Veterans Radio – January 18, 2014: The Story of the USS Pueblo

  • Description: Host Bob Gould talks with guest Jack Cheevers, author "Act of War," the story of the USS Pueblo

Veterans Radio – January 11, 2014

  • Description: Host Dale Throneberry welcomes guest Christopher Flynn from the Pentagon Federal Credit Union Foundation to discuss the Dream Makers Program. Dale also talks with Julian Bauer, National 2nd Vice Commander, from the Catholic War Veterans of the Untied States and Otis Timberlake, WWII POW.

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