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Military Reunion Network Radio Show

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Operation Resiliency and the Independence Fund

Sam Johnson stops by the MRN studio for a visit about a very important program within The Independence Fund. Operation Resiliency is a way to reduce Veteran Suicide through reunions. The goal is to ensure the unit that experiences the battle together, experiences healing together.

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Staying Safe on the Internet.

Darren Lauer, The White Hatter, shares best practices for Military Reunion Planners in protecting information on the internet. The White Hatter is an internet safety and digital literacy education specialist company.  Darren and his team emphasize the importance of being a good digital citizen.

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Rogue American Apparel

Mack McCalister from Rogue American Fort Bragg, and Rogue American Apparel shares the history of this popular clothing line designed for Veterans by Veterans.

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National Museum of the United States Army Fort Belvoir VA

Museum President LTG Roger Schultz  and Operations VP, Kerri Kline, enthusiastically talk about the history behind the National Museum of the United States Army and the last details prior to the June 2020 opening.

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Yankee Air Pirate The story of POW Richard Stratton

LtCmdr Stratton was a Vietnam War POW from January 5, 1967 to March 3, 1973.  He and his son Marine Veteran Patrick Stratton stop by for a visit about his experiences at the Hanoi Hilton, what life was like for Patrick, and their podcast, Yankee Air Pirate.
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Warrior 180 Foundation

Warrior 180° Foundation Founders Jeff and Criss travel the country in their RV ministering to Active Military, Veterans, First Responders and their families. Their goal is to reduce the struggles they face by building community, training and support.

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Dan Pedersen "Godfather of The Navy Top Gun Program"

Pedersen, a distinguished military veteran is credited with establishing the Navy Fighter Weapons School. His memoir, a collection of captivating, action-packed anecdotes and pivotal events in his naval career, moves briskly through time spent with committed men dedicated to their “monastic calling.”

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Vietnam Veterans of America…..creating a new chapter!

VVA’s goals are to promote and support the full range of issues important to Vietnam veterans.  Rich Krejsa’s goal was to created a new VVA Chapter. vva.org

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A Journey on an Honor Flight

Terry Schmidt who served on the USS Henry B. Wilson DDG -7, took and Honor Flight to Washington, DC.  We had a chance to visit with him about his experience.

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Operation BBQ Relief

Operation BBQ Relief was founded in response to a need for relief efforts in tornado-stricken Joplin, Missouri.  Volunteers from competition BBQ teams from eight states answered the need to help feed displaced families, police, fire, National Guard and emergency personnel.

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Operation Home-Work with Jerry Sliffe

Jerry Sliffe talks about helping Veterans find work through trade work and trade schools.

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Kelly Luisi on Homeless Veterans Of San Diego

When Sgt. Kyle A. Colnot’s life ended on April 22, 2006, in military action near Baghdad, Iraq, his sister Kelly Luisi’s life immediately changed in two significant ways: Kelly became a member of a group that no one wants to join, becoming Gold Star Family member; and she marked Kyle’s death as a milestone in her own life by starting an outreach to the military that continues today.

Homeless Veterans of San Diego exists to put an end to the epidemic of homelessness among our veterans. No veteran that has served our country should have to sleep next to a freeway, in downtown doorways, under bridges, in tents on busy city streets, or in brush in canyons and parks.

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