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7 December 2013
This Week onVeterans Radio
MILITARY NEWS MAGAZINE
From time to time Veterans Radio receives requests and suggestions from you, our listeners, regarding programming IDEAS.
Sometimes the requests are just too short for a full 55:00 broadcast. Today’s program is a collection of just some of these submitted features. Be sure to tune in. You will find the topics of great interest.
Veterans Radio has partnered with Amazon to offer you the ability to buy copies of the books featured on our programs! And, by purchasing through the Veterans Radio Bookstore, you’ll also be helping out your favorite radio program for veterans because a percentage of the sales will go to help fund Veterans Radio. Be sure to visit our store at www.veteransradiobookstore.com. Anything you purchase through the Veterans Radio Bookstore benefits Veterans Radio.
Veterans Radio was on the Al Jazeera America network.Monday night 18 Nov 2013
http://www.hourdetroit.com/Hour-Detroit/November-2013/A-Voice-for-Vets/ For the full story
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Veterans Radio is dedicated to all the men and women who have served or are currently serving in the armed forces of the United States of America. Our mission is to see that the world appreciates what extraordinary things ordinary people have done to gain and preserve the freedom we assume everyone enjoys – and the ultimate price that is often paid.
Veterans Radio will include our listener's stories and experiences, not only while in the service, but afterwards as well. Interviews with guest speakers and authors will be a weekly feature. The content of the programs on Veterans Radio will ultimately be determined by our listeners.
Veterans Radio feels it is time for our communities to know who among their neighbors was willing to pay the ultimate price to preserve and protect their basic freedoms. Veterans Radio will act as an advocate for veteran's issues. Politics has no place in determining what is fair for America's veterans. Veterans Radio just wants our politicians to keep their promises. We encourage our listeners to get involved in the political process and to make our voices heard.
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