Date Show Title Guest Description Listen
2022051605/16/2022 VRH Veterans' Radio Hour (VRH) - Program 27 - continuation of Russia Moves into Ukraine Brian Downing, Dave Johnson, Dean Cheng Current Updates on the war between Russia and Ukraine.
2022051605/16/2022 Wounded But Not Broken Wounded But Not Broken - Show 27 - Kevin Miller Kevin Miller He was disabled last year when he was poisoned by chewing tobacco laced with heroin and cyanide, resulting in major nerve damage to 75 percent of his body, short- and long-term memory loss and tremors in both hands. He also suffered a disabled knee and post-traumatic stress disorder as a result of serving near the Pakistan border in the Afghanistan war.

Miller said he purchased the tobacco at an Afghani shop on base at Gardaze.

Miller served as a Humvee driver and machine gunner and a squad automatic weapon gunner with the state Army National Guard's 69th Infantry Battalion until he was poisoned. He performed security missions for convoys and personnel. He was mobilized with the state Army National Guard's 27th Infantry Brigade Combat Team.
2022050305/03/2022 Wounded But Not Broken Wounded But Not Broken - Show 26 - James J Furlong James J Furlong In this episode Patrick speaks with Army Sergeant James J. Furlong. A recipient of the Distinguished Service Cross for extraordinary heroism in connection with military operations involving conflict with an armed hostile force in the Republic of Vietnam, while serving with Company B, 2d Battalion, 14th Infantry, 1st Brigade, 25th Infantry Division. Completely disregarding his safety, Sergeant Furlong shouted a warning and lunged on a grenade in an attempt to save the lives of his comrades. By allowing himself to be grievously wounded, he prevented serious injury to his fellow soldiers. Sergeant Furlong's extraordinary heroism and devotion to duty were in keeping with the highest traditions of the military service and reflect great credit upon himself, his unit, and the United States Army.
2022042904/29/2022 VRH Veterans' Radio Hour (VRH) - Program 25 - continuation of Russia Moves into Ukraine Larry Butler, Dave Johnson Current Updates on the war between Russia and Ukraine.
2022042504/25/2022 Wounded But Not Broken Wounded But Not Broken - Show 25 - The American Sniper James Eagleman James Eagleman is a 26 year Army Sniper and Instructor. He was selected as the Honor Graduate of the U.S. Army Sniper School and U.S. Army Special Operations Target Interdiction Course (SOTIC). James was a Master Instructor for the US Army teaching ITC. He has the distinct ability to take the most difficult Ballistic subject and teach it in a manner that anyone can understand and apply. Because of his unique training abilities he is recognized by many as one of the best long-range instructors in the civilian world today, and is also the former Director of Shooting Instruction for Gunwerks Long-Range University
2022042204/22/2022 VRH Veterans' Radio Hour (VRH) - Program 23 - continuation of Russia Moves into Ukraine Dean Cheng, David Johnson, Brian Downing Current Updates on the war between Russia and Ukraine.
2022042204/22/2022 VRH Veterans' Radio Hour (VRH) - Program 24 - continuation of Russia Moves into Ukraine Ambassador Larry Butler, Mark Mitchell Current Updates on the war between Russia and Ukraine.
2022040804/08/2022 VRH Veterans' Radio Hour (VRH) - Program 22 - continuation of Russia Moves into Ukraine Brian Downing, Dave Johnson, Mark Mitchell Current Updates on the war between Russia and Ukraine.
2022040104/01/2022 VRH Veterans' Radio Hour (VRH) - Program 21 - Russia Moves into Ukraine - Part 6 Brian Downing, John Fenzel Current Updates on the war between Russia and Ukraine.
2022032803/28/2022 Wounded But Not Broken Wounded But Not Broken - Show 22 - Ron Sherman US Army Vietnam Veteran Ron Sherman Patrick interviews Ron Sherman former Vietnam Veteran. As a military police Ron served in the 127th and 504th USA. Ron retells his experiences during Vietnam.
2022032603/26/2022 VRH Veterans' Radio Hour (VRH) - Program 20 - Russia Moves into Ukraine Dean Cheng, Doug Wise, and Brian Downing Current Updates on the war between Russia and Ukraine.
2022032003/20/2022 VRH Veterans' Radio Hour (VRH) 2.0 Program 19: "Russia Moves into Ukraine Doug Wise and Brian Downing General Grange, Ranger Doug, Doug Wise, and Brian Downing answer 5 questions.

1) Where are Ukraine and Russia today in war?
2) What are the war aims of Russia?
3) What are the war aims of Ukraine?
4) What can be done to help?
5) What does the future look like?
2022031103/11/2022 VRH VRH - Show 18 - Russia invades Ukraine - Part 3 Doug Wise, Richard Downing, and Brian Downing "Whole of Nation" approach to warfighting and support of Partners and Allies.

Panelists:

Dr. Brian Downing, Independent Journalist.
Dr. Richard Downie. Retired Army Colonel and Retired member of the US Senior Executive Service.
Doug Wise. Former Senior CIA Officer and Deputy Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA).
2022030803/08/2022 Wounded But Not Broken Wounded But Not Broken - SMA Jack L. Tilley SMA Jack L Tilley The inspiring story of  12th Sergeant Major of the Army. SMA Jack Tilley is an American businessman and retired United States Army soldier. He served for almost 37 years in the United States Army, culminating in his appointment in 2000 as the 12th Sergeant Major of the Army, a post he held until his retirement on January 15, 2004. He was the last Vietnam War veteran to serve in that position.
2022030503/05/2022 VRH VRH - Show 17 - Russia invades Ukraine - Part 2 TBA
2022022802/28/2022 Wounded But Not Broken Wounded But Not Broken - Joseph Hahn (Navy Seal) - part 3 Joe Hahn Coming from a foster home, Joe found a family of brothers with the Navy Seals. Joe recounts his encouraging story of overcoming extreme conditions, hardships, and injuries to become an elite soldier. He was tasked with hundreds of capture/kill missions targeting the top terrorist in the world. His heroic actions were responsible for him being assigned to the personal protection for US Generals and US Presidents.
2022022602/26/2022 VRH VRH - Show 16 Dean Cheng, John Fenzel, Doug Wise and Mark Mitchell Program 16: Russia Moves Into Ukraine

Whole of Nation in Warfighting

Dean Cheng: Heritage Foundation
John Fenzel: Former Asst to SECDEF and CSA. WH Fellow.
Doug Wise: Former Dep Dir of DIA and Sr CIA Officer.
Mark Mitchell: Former NSC Staffer, Former ASD SO/LIC
2022022102/21/2022 Wounded But Not Broken Wounded But Not Broken - Show 19 - Music of War Patrick and his sound engineer talk about the influence of music within the military.
2022021802/18/2022 VRH VRH - Show 15 - The Music of War - Part 3 Ranger Doug, Jorie Hanson, Mark, Jay Tonight we take you from Haiti in 1994 all the way through Syria in 2017.
2022021402/14/2022 Wounded But Not Broken Wounded But Not Broken - Joseph Hahn (Navy Seal) - part 2 Joseph Hahn Coming from a foster home, Joe found a family of brothers with the Navy Seals. Joe recounts his encouraging story of overcoming extreme conditions, hardships, and injuries to become an elite soldier. He was tasked with hundreds of capture/kill missions targeting the top terrorist in the world. His heroic actions were responsible for him being assigned to the personal protection for US Generals and US Presidents.
2022021202/12/2022 VRH VRH - Show 14 - The Music of War - Part 2 Lee Greenwood, Rick Lamb, Topper Rush, Charles Getz, Bryon Conover, Keni Thomas We cover the music Veterans listened to for inspiration during the "Small Wars," of the 1970s, 80s and 90s. Special Guest Lee Greenwood reminisces about his USO trip in Korea where he met General Grange. Listen as we span Eagle Claw (The Iran Raid - 1980), Urgent Fury (Grenada - 1983), Just Cause (Panama - 1989), El Salvador (1979-92) and Gothic Serpent (Mogadishu - October 3/4, 1993.
2022020702/07/2022 Wounded But Not Broken Wounded But Not Broken – Show 17 – The story of Joseph Hahn U.S. Navy Seal Joesph Hahn Coming from a foster home, Joe found a family of brothers with the Navy Seals. Joe recounts his encouraging story of overcoming extreme conditions, hardships, and injuries to become an elite soldier. He was tasked with hundreds of capture/kill missions targeting the top terrorist in the world. His heroic actions were responsible for him being assigned to the personal protection for US Generals and US Presidents.
2022020502/05/2022 VRH VRH - Program 13 - The USO with special guest Connie Stevens Connie Stevens, New Powell This show is about the history of the United Service Organizations (USO) and the important role it played in our military. Special Guest include Connie Stevens (actress) , Edward Angus "Ned" Powell Jr the former president of the USO and former United States Deputy Secretary of Veterans Affairs, and many others.
2022013101/31/2022 Wounded But Not Broken Wounded But Not Broken - Show 16- The story of Joel Tavera Joel Tavera Many veterans go to college after leaving the military, but most do not have to face the challenges that Joel Tavera did. In 2008, he was one of the most wounded soldiers to survive the Iraq War.

Despite losing a foot, a hand, his eyesight, parts of his skull and suffering burns on 60 percent of his body, Tavera recovered and pursued his education. He proudly received his college degree in December 2018.
2022012901/29/2022 VRH VRH - Show 12 - The Music of War Lt General David Grange, Mrs Grange, Mat Grange, Troy In this program we highlight the importance of music on fighting men and women and in support of the war effort. It is source of pride, provides motivation, it helps maintain morale among Service People and Citizens alike. It bolsters team building and Espirit de Corps and even supports discipline and proficiency.
2022012401/24/2022 Wounded But Not Broken Wounded But Not Broken - Show 15 - Outside looking In - Part 2 Misge Ripoli Misge Ripoli (the sound engineer) turns the table and interviews Patrick Scrogin. As a civilian with over 30 years in professional radio Misge talks about the change in his life that began 3 months ago when he started listening to Patricks show as he was in the control room as engineer of Wounded But Not Broken. Misge talks about how listening to Patrick's show has inspired him as well as been a influence in his life.
2022012201/22/2022 VRH VRH - Show 11 - Our Wounded Part 3 COL (RET) Kevin Swenie USA, BG (RET) Dave Grange, Ranger (RET) Doug. In the final program in this series, MSG (RET) Dave Smith takes us from Walter Reed Army Medical Center (WRAMC) through the present. He triumphs over adversity.

BG (RET) Grange describes his own experiences in unforgettable detail.

2022011701/17/2022 Wounded But Not Broken Wounded But Not Broken - Show 14 - Outside looking In Misge Ripoli Misge Ripoli (the sound engineer) turns the table and interviews Patrick Scrogin. As a civilian with over 30 years in professional radio Misge talks about the change in his life that began 3 months ago when he started listening to Patricks show as he was in the control room as engineer of Wounded But Not Broken. Misge talks about how listening to Patrick's show has inspired him as well as been a influence in his life.
2022011201/12/2022 VRH VRH - Show 10 - Our Wounded Part 2 COL (RET) Kevin Swenie USA, LTC (RET) Stephen DeLellis, Command Sergeant Major (RET) Rick Lamb, Master Sergeant (RET) Dave Smith, Ranger (RET) Doug. In this second part in a multi-part series, Army Special Forces Master Sergeant (Retired) Dave Smith takes us through the aftermath of his second IED experience from Medical evacuation (MEDEVAC) to Walter Reed Army Medical Center (WRAMC). It is painful and gripping to imagine his experiences and illustrates what the American fighting man and woman must endure to survive severe combat trauma. Dave Smith not only survives, due to his personal strength and the devotion of his family, he thrives, after losing an arm, an eye and suffering other lifelong wounds.

In the course of the program, listen for the part where Dave Smith and Rick Lamb have worked together in the past, but also an amazing anecdote where Steve DeLellis and Rick Lamb meet in Mogadishu, Somalia at the site of the "Super 61" UH60 helicopter crash (In the battle that became known as "Black Hawk Down)," where Steve has been part of the crew shot down on Super 61 and Rick's Ranger unit and others arrived as part of a rescue operation and overnight gun battle to return to friendly territory.

2022010601/06/2022 VRH VRH 2.0 - Show 9 - Our Wounded - Part 1 Colonel (Retired) Andy Anderson, Command Sergeant Major (Retired) Rick Lamb, Master Sergeant (Retired) Dave Smith In this important program, Master Sergeant (Retired) Dave Smith takes us through his two Improvised Explosive Device (IED) experiences in riveting fashion.

In the first attack in Kandahar Province, Afghanistan in 2006, he was hurt. In the second, in Helmand Province, Afghanistan in 2010, on a second tour, he suffered grievous wounds.

He describes the importance of the pre-mission training he directed to his eventual survival. His teammates saved his and his friend's lives.

We follow him from initial wounds through stabilization, medical evacuation (MEDEVAC) and treatment in the battle area, in country,

Now, with a Georgetown University Master's Degree under his belt, he is executive Director of the 501c3 below.

2021123012/30/2021 VRH VRH 2.0 - Show 8 - The Rangers Ralph Goranson, Gen.Wayne Downing, Robert Wages, Phil Piazza, Ralph Pucket, Jim Grimshaw Tonight, we present a program that was originally recorded on 5 January 2003 as part of Veterans' Radio Hour 1.0.

In that program General Grange interviewed legendary Rangers about their unique exploits.

And together the group discusses current events involving Rangers and the future of American Rangers.

Philip Piazza, A member of the 5307th Composite Unit (Merrill’s Marauders) President of the Merrill’s Marauders Association. Merrill’s Marauders provide lineage to the Ranger Regiment.

Ralph Goranson, a WWII Ranger and former commander of C Company, 2nd Ranger Battalion and the first Ranger to land on Omaha Beach on June 6, 1944 (D-Day).

General (Retired) Wayne A. Downing, former commander of the 2nd Ranger Battalion, the 75th Ranger Regiment, the Joint Special Operations Command, US Army Special Operations Command and US Special Operations Command (USSOCOM), The Third Colonel of the Regiment.

Bob Wages, Vietnam Era Ranger, and colleague of Dave Grange’s in college.

Jim Grimshaw, Retired Ranger and President of the US Army Ranger Association

Ralph Puckett, Korean War Ranger. Recently awarded the Medal of Honor for actions in the Korean War.

The Host, Brigadier General (Retired) Dave Grange, Former commander of C Company, First Ranger Battalion, the 75th Ranger Regiment and the 1st Infantry Division (The Big Red One), Seventh Colonel of the Regiment.
2021122312/23/2021 VRH Veterans’ Radio Hour 2.0 (VRH 2.0) - Show 7 - Best of Veteran's Radio Hour 1.0 Originally Aired 29 December 2002.

Highlights of 16 Past Programs Recorded in 2002.

1. We Were Soldiers Once, and Young.

2. The Vietnam War Compared to Afghanistan and Iraq. Dr. John Votaw.

3. Closely Coordinated Fire Support. Joe Galloway.

4. The Draft? Yes or No?

Vietnam Draftees: LTG (RET) Hal Moore

The Draft: Medal of Honor (MOH) Recipient Al Lynch.

5. Someone’s Birthday.

6. More on The Vietnam War Compared to Afghanistan and Iraq. (Then) LTC HR McMaster.

7. World War II Memorial. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_War_II_Memorial).

Lieutenant General (Retired) David E. Grange, Jr.

8. Heroic Story of WWII: Steve Sumsky

9. Establishing Bell Carillons in Overseas US Memorial Cemeteries.

Dr. John Votaw.

10. Black Hawk Down.

11. Fighting fear.

12. War Correspondents: Ernie Pyle (KIA WWII).

13. Commissioning as an Officer. The Rangers.

14. Song: Serenade in Blue. Mark Demmin.

15. Close Air Support. Dr. John Votaw

16. Iraq? Yes or No? Go or No Go? Jay Greely, Colonel Flagg, Dr. John Votaw ("The Closest Snake Rule)"

Enjoy this retrospective.

Best wishes for the Holidays from the Staff at Veterans' Radio Hour 2.0!
2021122012/20/2021 Wounded But Not Broken Wounded But Not Broken - Show 13 - Special Guest General John Borling General John Borling - USAF John Lorin Borling (born March 24, 1940) is a retired major general of the United States Air Force whose military career spanned 33 years. He has piloted many aircraft including the F-15, F16, F-4, the SR-71 Blackbird, the U-2, and B-52 and B-1 bombers. During the Vietnam War, his aircraft was shot down and he spent 6½ years as a prisoner of war in Hanoi.[2]John Lorin Borling (born March 24, 1940) is a retired major general of the United States Air Force whose military career spanned 33 years. He has piloted many aircraft including the F-15, F16, F-4, the SR-71 Blackbird, the U-2, and B-52 and B-1 bombers. During the Vietnam War, his aircraft was shot down and he spent 6½ years as a prisoner of war in Hanoi.
2021121612/16/2021 VRH Veterans’ Radio Hour 2.0 (VRH 2.0) - Show 6 Mike Goodale, Mark Bowden, Steve Anderson, Ken Robinson BlackHawk Down, Mogadishu, Somalia, 3-4 October 1993.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Mogadishu_(1993)

The epic battle that came to be known as “Black Hawk Down,” is also the title of the landmark book and the inspiring film by Ridley Scott.

This is a re-airing of a program that aired on 6 October 2002 as part of the Veterans' Radio Hour 1.0. It aired 3 days after the 9th Anniversary of the Battle.

In the battle, forces of an organization known as "Task Force Ranger" made up of Rangers of the 3rd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment, Delta Force and others under Command of the US Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC) were engaged by thousands of militia fighters, the forces of the Somali Warlord Mohamed Farah Aidid of the "Habr Gidr" Clan.

During the battle 19 members of Task Force Ranger were killed and over 70 were wounded.

Untold numbers of Somalis were killed and wounded.

Interestingly Dave Grange had just given up command of the 75th Ranger Regiment in August of 1993, only two months before the battle.

During the program, General Grange interviews two veterans of the battle with him in the studio, Mike Goodale and Steve Anderson. Former Ranger Ken Robinson is also in studio

On the phone with General Grange are the author of the book, Blackhawk Down, Mark Bowden and another Ranger, Keni Thomas who now is an award-winning musician and motivational speaker.

Enjoy this retrospective.

Best wishes for the Holidays from the Staff at Veterans' Radio Hour 2.0!
2021121412/14/2021 Wounded But Not Broken Wounded But Not Broken - Show 12- Ironman, Christian, and Hero SGT Zachary Stinson SGT Zachary Stinson was on his first deployment on November 9, 2010. While on a foot patrol in Afghanistan he stepped on an IED resulting in the traumatic amputations of his right leg below the knee and his left leg above the knee. Lifesaving measures by corpsman readied him for medevac while a gun battle ensued. He remembers asking a corpsman to tell his wife who was pregnant with their first child that he loved her. Medically evacuated by helicopter, SGT Stinson was first treated at Camp Bastion and then the Craig Joint Theater Hospital in Bagram before being transported to Landstuhl, German. He arrived at Bethesda Naval Medical Center six days after the blast and was treated there for three months.

With the lose of both legs Zachary finds a new life through God, triathlons, and hunting.
2021120912/09/2021 VRH Veterans Radio Hour 2.0 (VRH 2.0) - Show 5 - Part 1 Douglas H. Wise, United States Senior Intelligence Service (SIS), Colonel (Retired) Daniel Morgan, US Army, Mr. Chuck DeCaro, Information Specialist, Colonel (Retired) Mark Boyatt, US Army  A. Irregular Warfare (IW) is a struggle among state and non-state actors to influence populations and affect legitimacy operations, and security cooperation. 

B. The Range of Military Operations (ROMO):
The range encompasses three primary categories:

1. Military engagement, security cooperation, and deterrence
2. Crisis response and limited contingency operations
3. And large-scale combat operations (LSCO)

C. Phases of Military Operations

Phase 0: Shape
Phase I: Deter
Phase II: Seize Initiative
Phase III: Dominate
Phase IV: Stabilize
Phase V: Enable Civil Authority

D. Unconventional Warfare (UW): Activities conducted to enable a resistance movement or insurgency to coerce, disrupt, or overthrow a government or occupying power by operating through or with an underground, auxiliary, and guerrilla force in a denied area.

E: The Seven Phases of Unconventional Warfare

1. Preparation.
2. Initial contact. 
3. Infiltration.
4. Organization.
5. Buildup.
6. Employment. 
7. Transition. 

Continued in Part 2 - Mark Boyatt’s Special Forces - A unique national assets.
2021120912/09/2021 VRH Veterans Radio Hour 2.0 (VRH 2.0) - Show 5 - Part 2 Mark Boyatt "Through, With and By" . . . "Mark Boyatt, former professional colleague while on active duty and now permanent friend, has produced, in "Special Forces - A Unique National Asset" an excellent and comprehensive history of one of our nation's premier military tools. This is a vibrant description of how it works and how it can and should be used by our national leadership. He gets it right - warts and all - and it will be an invaluable teaching and reference tool for both military and civilian leaders interested in our national security." -David Passage, US Ambassador/Retired, former NSC official and first Foreign Affairs Adviser to the Commander/USSOCOM.

Link to Col Boyatt's book https://outskirtspress.com/specialforces
2021120712/07/2021 VRH VRH - Special - Pearl Harbor-WWII- Remembered H. Delano Roosevelt Col. Bud Day (Ret.), Bud Day, and many others Rerun of VRH show remembering Pearl Harbor on December 8, 2002. This show includes soldiers and guest who were at Pearl Harbor on that dreadful day of Dec 7, 1941.
2021120612/06/2021 Wounded But Not Broken Wounded But Not Broken - Show 11 - Three out of four but four out of one. Brian Meyer - Gunnery Sergeant - USM A year after his injury, triple amputee Marine Gunnery Sergeant (GySgt) Brian Meyer is well known for his great attitude. “We have no delusions about what we do,” he says, “injuries are part of it. You make your peace with God and accept it. It’s part of the job. “ Brian believes that “hard work at physical therapy and a positive attitude will see you through.”

GySgt Meyer was injured March 14, 2011 while engaged in combat with enemy forces in Afghanistan. His injuries resulted in the amputation of his right leg, right hand, and the thumb and pointer finger of his left hand.
2021120512/05/2021 Role Call Role Call - Show 10 - General John Borling USAF - POW, SR71 Pilot, USAF History USAF Major General John L Borling John Lorin Borling (born March 24, 1940) is a retired major general of the United States Air Force whose military career spanned 33 years. He has piloted many aircraft including the F-15, F16, F-4, the SR-71 Blackbird, the U-2, and B-52 and B-1 bombers. During the Vietnam War, his aircraft was shot down and he spent 6½ years as a prisoner of war in Hanoi.[2]John Lorin Borling (born March 24, 1940) is a retired major general of the United States Air Force whose military career spanned 33 years. He has piloted many aircraft including the F-15, F16, F-4, the SR-71 Blackbird, the U-2, and B-52 and B-1 bombers. During the Vietnam War, his aircraft was shot down and he spent 6½ years as a prisoner of war in Hanoi.
2021120212/02/2021 VRH Veterans Radio Hour 2.0 (VRH 2.0) - Show 4 -The All-Volunteer Force Command Sergeant Major (Retired) Rick Lamb, USA, Colonel (Retired) John Fenzel III, USA, Colonel (Retired) Morris Goins, USA, Lieutenant Colonel (Retired) David Johnson, USA. 3 December 2021

This Week's Show Topic:

The All-Volunteer Force.

- Is it working?

- Can society fill the need?

- What is the attitude of youth to enlisting or becoming an officer?

- Is there a sufficient pool of recruits?

- What is the attitude of “The Force” to Reenlisting?

- What effect have recent events had on the force?

- Do we need to consider a draft?

- What could we do in preparation for the draft?

- Do we need to expand outreach programs such as Junior Reserve Officer’s Training Corps (JROTC)? ...

... Or develop new ones? ...

... to attract youth and assist them to qualify for service?

Guests (In order of appearance).

Command Sergeant Major (Retired) Rick Lamb, USA.

Colonel (Retired) John Fenzel III, USA.

Colonel (Retired) Morris Goins, USA.

Lieutenant Colonel (Retired) David Johnson, USA.

Wishing all of our Military Personnel, Veterans, listeners and sponsors the best at this holiday time of year.

We hope you find this discussion and stimulating and informative.

2021112911/29/2021 Wounded But Not Broken Wounded But Not Broken - Show 10 - Green Beret Pride Keith Holland Keith Holland II, a retired Special Forces Weapons Sergeant talks with Host Patrick Scrogin about his amazing story ABOUT his journey of healing from the injuries and hardships he suffered while in the ARMY.

Keith is currently helping Veterans from the SPECIAL OPERATIONS community to live through THEIR injuries and hidden wounds. His organization provides mental health care, outdoor activities, and top of the line K9 service dogs from Baden K9.
2021112811/28/2021 Role Call Role Call - Show 9 - Tainted Seas Linda Jo Heffner Special Guest - Linda Jo Heffner author of "My Sailor's Story"

After years of encouragement from her children, Linda completed her adventure into the past.

First begun as merely a personal history for family and friends, ‘Tainted Seas: My Sailor’s Story’ is an intimate look at the life of a woman, her three children, and the sailor with whom she fell in love. Through joy and heartache, this young family’s story paints a picture of their 1970s Navy life and all that goes along with it—the happiness and celebration of new beginnings, the sadness of separation, the camaraderie of community, and the grim consequences of the Vietnam war.
2021112511/25/2021 VRH VRH - Show 3 - Americas Force Projection Military RADM (RET) Patrick Hall, USN, COL (RET) Morris Goins, USA Stay at Home or Base Abroad? What Has Been the Effect of the 20 Years Since 9/11/01?

Are we prepared for Great Power Competition?

2021112211/22/2021 Wounded But Not Broken Wounded But Not Broken - Show 9 - Hours of boredom, moments of terror Joshua Sust Special Guest Joshua Sust was born in Cincinnati, Ohio on January 20th 1987. After graduating from high school in 2006 he was on a bus to Parris Island MCRD. After 13 grueling weeks he finally accomplished his greatest achievement, becoming a United States Marine. Upon completion of boot camp PVT Sust was off to SOI and was headed to the Fleet Marine Force with 2nd Battalion 4th Marines. Cpl Sust spent a total of 7 years with 2/4 with three deployments. His first two were the 31st and 11th MEU. On his last and final deployment CPL Sust was deployed to Helmand Provence, Afghanistan in September of 2011. On a day he will never forget which has come to be known as his alive day. November 12, 2011 at around 0830 Cpl Sust was on a mounted patrol when his vehicle was hit by and IED causing his door to be blown off and ejected. His injuries were massive, TBI, PTSD, shattered tub/fib, left foot with open fractures on both bones in his left arm. After years of therapy and 9 surgeries later CPL Sust was medically retired from the Marine Corps in Aug 2013.
2021112111/21/2021 Role Call Role Call - Show 8 - National PTSD Service Association Sandra LaFlamme and Bill Schustik A wonderful organization that trains service dogs for Veterans with PTSD. Determined to end veteran suicide the National PTSD Service Association trains Service Dogs to help Veterans who suffer from PTSD.
2021111811/18/2021 VRH Veterans Radio Hour 2.0 (VRH 2.0) - Show 2 - POWs/MIAs and America's Warriors That Do Something About It Clifton Streat, Benjamin Rosenburg, Brigadier General (Retired) Joe Ramirez, Terry Buckler , Lieutenant Colonel, CSM (Retired) Rick Lamb (Retired) Lewis H. (Bucky) Burruss Tonight our guests were:

1. A World War II POW, Clifton Streat of the 106th Infantry Division in the Battle of the Bulge, by recorded interview with live commentary by a person he taught in seventh grade science and math. Very moving.

2. Brigadier General (Retired) Joe Ramirez, US Army, describing his late father, Master Sergeant Joe E. Ramirez's experiences as a Korean War POW.

3. Sergeant Terry Buckler as the youngest Son Tay Raider describing the November 21, 1970 raid against the Son Tay POW camp, several miles from Hanoi, North Vietnam, during the War in Vietnam.

4. Lieutenant Colonel (Retired) Lewis H. (Bucky) Burruss as the deputy ground commander with Task Force Eagle Claw: The Iran Raid, April 24, 1980.

5. CSM (Retired) Rick Lamb, US Army, as a member of Task Force Eagle Claw, with Company C, 1st Ranger Battalion, commanded by (then) Captain David L. Grange.
2021111511/15/2021 Wounded But Not Broken Wounded But Not Broken - Show 8 - My Story Thor Ringler Every Veteran has a story. Our mission is to help them tell it.

Since 2013, writers for the "My Life, My Story" program have interviewed thousands of Veterans at VA Hospitals across the country. From those interviews, we craft brief life histories that, with the Veteran's permission, become part of their medical record. By reading those stories, VA health care providers can get to know their patients a little better. In addition, Veterans get copies of their story to share with family and friends.

Whole Health has been a sponsor and supporter of the My Life, My Story program since the beginning. My Life, My Story sits at the center of Whole Health’s transformative and patient-centered model of healthcare. Find out more about the Circle of Health model.
2021111411/14/2021 Role Call Role Call - Show 7 - POW Mike Burns - Climate Champion Michael Burns - CAPT USAF - POW, Singer Bill Schustik Mike Burns was born in 1944 in Fort Wayne, Indiana. He was commissioned a 2nd Lt through the Air Force ROTC program at De Paul University, Illinois, on July 15, 1966, and went on active duty beginning October 18, 1966. Lt Burns next completed Undergraduate Pilot Training, and was awarded his pilot wings at Vance AFB, Oklahoma, in October 1967, followed by survival training, jungle survival school, and F-4 Phantom II Combat Crew Training between October 1967 and May 1968.

Lt Burns served as an F-4 Pilot Systems Operator with the 433rd Tactical Fighter Squadron of the 8th Tactical Fighter Wing at Ubon Royal Thai AFB, Thailand, from May 1968 until he was forced to eject over North Vietnam and was taken as a Prisoner of War while flying his 19th combat mission on July 5, 1968.

After spending 1,714 days in captivity, Capt Burns was released during Operation Homecoming on March 14, 1973. He was briefly hospitalized to recover from his injuries at Wright Patterson AFB, Ohio, and then received an Air Force Institute of Technology Assignment to Notre Dame University, Indiana, from January 1974 until he left active duty on March 31, 1974.

ENDING SONG BY BILL SCHUSTIK
2021111111/11/2021 VRH Veterans Radio Hour 2.0 (VRH 2.0) David E Grange, Richard Lamb, Mike Hall, Jorie Hanson, PCCS, LLC, Edwin (Andy) Anderson This is the inaugural show for the new podcast, VRH 2.0 with our host, Brigadier General (Retired) Dave Grange.

The last VRH 1.0 show was broadcast April of 2003.

This will be an effort, not only to describe the current situation on a weekly basis, but also to help Veterans find ways to secure their benefits. And perhaps improve their quality of life.

LTG (RET) David E. Grange Jr.
CSM (RET) Rick Lamb
CSM (RET) Mike Hall
COL (RET) Edwin (Andy) Anderson
LTC (RET) Jorie Hanson
And others.

Segments

1. 9/11 plus 20. Where we are today from continuous conflict and results of our efforts. Focus on Afghanistan and Iraq.

2. PTSD / TBI (The Signature Wounds of the last 20 years). And their effects on active duty service members and veterans

3. Disabled Vets: Was it worth it?

4. Transition to Civilian Life.
2021110811/08/2021 Wounded But Not Broken Wounded But Not Broken - Show 7 - Even Olympians Need Heroes Sara Combs Patrick talks with Sara Combs the coach for the Kansas Veterans Wheelchair Games. Veterans who participate in these games have lost body parts while in the line of duty; however, they deal with there disabilities by participating in athletic events that strengthen their bodies and mind. In recent years the Kansas team has fallen into hard times financing the team. Almost everything the team has done has been paid for by the coach Sara. The team goes around looking for parts for their wheelchairs which need repairs. Because of the lack of funds their special equipment is shared with other teammates. This includes personal equipment that shouldn’t be shared. Listen to the series of events that lead to this horrible situation and how a coach came to the rescue who refuses to be recognized as a hero.
2021110711/07/2021 Role Call Role Call - Show 6 - The long walk home Ron Zaleski Special Guest Ron Zaleski talks about his company "The Long Walk Home".

In the military we are taught to be of ultimate service to our country and to our fellow brothers and sisters. Getting discharged doesn’t mean we should abandon that mission. Rather, we must redefine it and utilize our military training to better serve our community. The ‘10 Challenges to Service’ are designed to help us continue our mission to serve and protect. “How?” you might ask. We do it by being the person we want our children to become one day, a person who leads by example. The more we can learn and take the time to work on ourselves, the more value we can add to the lives of those around us. Think of these challenges as a boot camp, laying the groundwork for us to redefine our mission and take charge of our lives. We are not victims. It’s up to us to create the change we want, not Uncle Sam!

The Long Walk Home
2021110111/01/2021 Wounded But Not Broken Wounded But Not Broken - Show 6 - When you're knocked down stand back up Matt Amos Special Guest - Matt Amos

James “Matt” Amos was motivated to join the Marine Corps after the 9/11 attacks. At the time, he was working having recently finished high school. He enlisted as an Infantryman and deployed twice to Iraq and a third time to Afghanistan.

Sergeant Amos was three months into his third deployment when he lost both of his legs and broke his pelvis in an improvised explosive device (IED) blast in Sangin, Afghanistan, on June 9, 2011.

Late in the afternoon while on a security patrol with the 1st Battalion, 5th Marines, Sgt Amos had his squad performing a “sweep” of an alley searching for anything suspicious when he stepped on an IED resulting in the traumatic amputations of his right leg above the knee, his left leg below the knee, and a broken pelvis. Lifesaving measures prepared Sgt Amos for the medical evacuation by helicopter. Treated at Camp Bastion, he was stabilized for transport to Landstuhl, Germany.

Sgt Amos arrived at Bethesda Naval Medical Center within days of his injuries and remained there for nearly a week before being transferred to Balboa Naval Medical Center where he endured more than a dozen surgeries.

Matt enjoys hunting, camping, off-roading, and playing golf. He especially likes spending time with his wife, Audrie, and their two young daughters. Matt is a member of the NRA and the VFW and is active in his church in Wichita and would like to further his education in the fish and wildlife field.
2021103110/31/2021 Role Call Role Call - Show 5 - Transition with Courage and Grace Maxine Reyes Guest Maxine Reyes - retired US Army combat Veteran. Maxine is a certified marriage & relationship coach, motivational speaker, host and inspirational singer. If you ask her when does she have time to do all of these? She will tell you that she is where she wants to be in life because she gets to perform in the capacity of all of these roles at the most opportune times. Maxine has inspired and performed for a wide range of audiences to include a President of the United States, university students, corporate leaders, and Wounded Warriors of the U.S. Army and women and teens who wants to live a life of plentitude, build healthy relationships and make happiness last. For more information about Maxine visit her website: https://www.maxinereyes.com
2021102510/25/2021 Wounded But Not Broken Selflessness Eddie Corona - Chairman of Outdoor Experiences for All Tonight's guest - Eddie Corona who donated his life to helping wounded Veterans and kids by providing them with an outdoor experience that changes life's.. Eddie is Chairmen of the Board for "Outdoor Experiences For All."
2021102410/24/2021 Role Call Common sense and the fish down under USAF Allan Volla and US Navy Gene Jones Host Kenney DeCamp interview former USAF Intelligence Agent and a former US Navy Submarine hydraulics specialist about their military jobs while serving during the Vietnam era.
2021101810/18/2021 Wounded But Not Broken Wounded But Not Broken - Show 4 - Dogs of War Marine Anthony Marquez and his brother Manny Marquez Host Patrick Scrogin interviews former Marine Corps Anthony Marquez, who was a service dog handler for dogs that sniffed out IED (Improvised Explosive Devices). Anthony served with the 1st Battalion 5th Marines and was deployed in Afghanistan in 2011. This show explores the powerful connection between a man and his dog who served in the US military.
2021101710/17/2021 Role Call Role Call - show 3 - Yesterdays Tomorrow Keri Wanner - Florida Registered Mental Health Counselor Host Kenney DeCamp and Co-Host Nadine Noky discuss the changing population of Veterans (past, present, and future). Special Guest Kenri Wanner a Florida Registered Mental Health Counselor talks about dealing with Veteran PTSD and other mental health issues.
2021101110/11/2021 Wounded But Not Broken Wounded But Not Broken - Show 3 - Don't give up it's never over Marine Staff Sergeant Blaine Scott Host Patrick Scrogin interviews Marine Staff Sergeant Blaine Scott who as a platoon sergeant for a convoy traveling through Baghdad in 2006 was struck by an IED that was buried on the side of the road.

The explosion killed three other marines and badly wounded three others (including Sergeant Scott). Sergeant Scott was burned over 40 percent of his body; however, his face was so severely burned that he was unrecognizable. The emotional and physical cost that Master Sgt Scott encountered after returning home is insurmountable and would challenge the best of us.
2021101010/10/2021 Role Call Role Call - Show 2 - Roles covered - 12C Bridge Crew and 13A Field Artillery Officer Sgt Brian McCrudden and Lt Bill Hilburn In today’s show we cover two fantastic roles from the US Army.

MOS 12C - Army Bridge Crewman is responsible for providing bridge and rafting support for their platoons.  They are extremely skilled engineers that are relied on by ground infantry and other divisions to construct quick safe bridges.  Special Guest Sgt. Brian McCrudden details his experiences in this role.

MOS 13A – Field Artillery Officer is responsible for leading the field artillery branch and neutralizing the enemy by cannon, rocket, and missile fire.  In this  position you must be an expert in tactics, techniques, and procedures. Special Guest Bill Hilburn 
2021100410/04/2021 Wounded But Not Broken Wounded But Not Broken - Show 2 - part 2 (the conclusion of the story of Patrick Scrogin) Butch Patrick and Matt Listener Host Patrick Scrogin finishes the story of his will to survive and excel beyond his horrific tragedy.

Special Guest - Butch Patrick (Eddie Munster) - Patrick will explain how Butch had a critical role in the birth of Veterans Broadcast Network .
2021100310/03/2021 Role Call Role Call - Show 1 - Whats your Number Marty Callaghan - Deputy Director of Claims Service from American Legion Kenney DeCamp and Co Host Nadine Noky examine the role of the Veterans Service Officer (VSO). A VSO agent has the potential of being one of the most important persons in a Veterans life.

Special Guest Marty Callaghan Deputy D
2021092809/28/2021 Wounded But Not Broken Wounded But Not Broken - Show 1 (Part 1) Lance Haack Host Patrick Scrogin tells his story of overcoming an incredible disability, drug addiction, and mental defeat after the loss of his leg, broken back, and many other horrific things that happen after being shot down in Iraq in his attack helicopter.
2003041304/13/2003 VRH Reconciliation in Southeast Asia Prof. James Brask Discussion on the Center for Education and Reconciliation in Southeast Asia (Audio coming soon)
2003040604/06/2003 VRH Stories on the Veterans Radio hour Karl King, Mark Demmin, Fred Kutchins, Forrest Johnson, Steve Robinson Past, Present, & Future Stories on the Veterans Radio Hour
2003033003/30/2003 VRH Generals As Leaders - Patton & Eisenhower Carlo D'Este, Philip Taubman, W.E.B. Griffin A discussion on the leadership style of both General Patton & Eisenhower
2003032303/23/2003 VRH America & Military Stories Dr. John Votaw, Gen. James Shelton, Dr. Karla Knorowski Steve Sumsky, 8-10 PM CST Veterans & Historians tell true stories of Service to our Country (Audio coming soon)
2003031603/16/2003 VRH Warbird Restoration & Aviation Archeology Bob Cardin, Mark Demmin Sr., Bob Collings, Russ Strine, Bob Coon, James Chybicki, Al Heinze 8-10 PM CST For 2 hours, Experts discuss locating, recovering & restoring of WWII era Military Aircraft (Audio coming soon)
2003030903/09/2003 VRH Veterans Fighting for Veterans Arthur Bernklau, Steve 'Wounded Bear' Mungie, Philip Cushnam 8-10 pm CST 2 hours of Information on Veterans For Constitutional Law, Veterans Voting Bloc, Veterans for Due Process (Audio coming soon)
2003030203/02/2003 VRH Military Authors Jeff Circle, Barry McWilliams, Raquel Thiebes, James Blinn Interview with veterans who write fiction and non-fiction military novels.
2003022302/23/2003 VRH The Philippines- Greatest Rescue Mission WWII Author Hampton Sides, Author Forrest Bryant Johnson, Jerry Clarito, Greg Matias, Jose Juachon, and others The Philippines is a country that has played a very important part in the military history of the U.S.
Join us as we explore the highly emotional and dramatic issues surrounding the WWII Filipino soldiers, and the rescue of Camp Cabanatuan!
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2003020902/09/2003 VRH Ordinary Heroes Tom Casalini, Alan Lynch, Gary Littrell, Hal Fritz, Jim Taylor, Sammy Davis, Robert Bush
2003020202/02/2003 VRH Our Homeless Veterans Commander Ronald Conley, Rochele Crump, Sam Miller, James Carroll
2003012601/26/2003 VRH War In Iraq? John Wobensmith, Edward Chambelien, W. Thomas Smith Jr., Joe Repya
2003011901/19/2003 VRH Sources of Commission Colonel Tom Rendall, K.J. DeCamp, Dan Bogojevich, Jerry Wulf, Brent Kaufman
2003011201/12/2003 VRH USO The United Services Organization Ned Powell, Connie Stevens, etc. A wonderful show about the USO! Connie Stevens as special guest, as well as live in-studio performances.
2003010501/05/2003 VRH The Rangers Ralph Goranson, Gen.Wayne Downing, Robert Wages, Phil Piazza, Ralph Pucket, Jim Grimshaw Our host, himself a Ranger, talks all about the Rangers, past and present. In-studio special guest is the actual Ranger whom Tom Hanks portrayed in "Saving Private Ryan". Listen to this great show!
2002122912/29/2002 VRH The Best of the Veterans Radio Hour Clips of guests from our past shows
2002122212/22/2002 VRH Holidays and our Veterans Kenney DeCamp, Steve Sumsky Chris Michel, Ron Regan, Col Tom Rendall, BHS Madrigal Singers
2002121512/15/2002 VRH Preserving Veterans Stories Col. Andrew Gilmore, Lou Reda, Peter Bartis
2002120812/08/2002 VRH Pearl Harbor-WWII-Remembered H. Delano Roosevelt Col. Bud Day (Ret.)
2002120112/01/2002 VRH Homeland Defense Lt.Col Pennington, Larry Wortzel, MG David Harris
2002112411/24/2002 VRH Lessons Learned-or not from The Gulf War Steve Robinson, Erin Cole
2002111711/17/2002 VRH We Were Soldiers Once & Young Ret. Lt. General Hal Moore, Joe Galloway, Sam Fantino, Randall Wallace As a journalist Joe Galloway put himself in harms way gaining him experience that would not only make him a soldier but commission him to tell the actual stories during the opening battle of America's involvement in Vietnam.
2002111011/10/2002 VRH Memories of Those Who Served Robert Vaughan, Alan J. Lynch
2002110311/03/2002 VRH Monuments for Fallen Americans Major General John P. Herrling, Jan Scruggs, Richard Hackett War museums and there locations.
2002102710/27/2002 VRH Today's Department of Veterans Affairs Under Secretary of Health Dr Robert Roswell, Joan Cummings MD, Michael Olson
2002102010/20/2002 VRH Veteran Health Benefits Rep. Ronnie Shows, Art Heffelfinger, Rochelle Crump BONUS: Art Heffelfinger and General Grange talk one on one discussion after the show.
2002101310/13/2002 VRH Draft or National Service Dr. Charlie Moskos, MG David Harris, Al Gropman Should the United States consider a new draft. If a draft is started should women be included in the draft?
2002100610/06/2002 VRH Black Hawk Down Mike Goodale - Veteran GI who was there.
2002092909/29/2002 VRH Today's Military Training RAdm Rondeau - Commander, Great Lakes Training Center; Congressman Mark Steven Kirk
2002092209/22/2002 VRH What's being done for disabled veterans Dr. Leo McKay - Deputy director for Veterans Affairs; Jeff Hall - Supervisor, Midwest Disabled American Veterans
2002091509/15/2002 VRH POW/MIA Recognition Fr. Ben Morin POW Phillipeans 1941; Lester Tenney POW - author of "My Hitch in Hell - Bataan Death March"
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