The following shows aired in January 2011. Click on the show date in the left column to listen to that show. Files are in MP3 format.
|1/1/11||Happy New Year. Welcome in the New Year with Dale and Gary as they look back on some of their favorite programs from 2010.|
|1/8/11||Sound Off! Join hosts Dale Throneberry and Gary Lillie and you as we talk about the issues that you are concerned about. Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, Capt. Owen Honor and the incident on the USS Enterprise, Arlington and much more.||1/15/11||Operation SAS—Sports, Afield & Stream Adventures. Operation SAS was an action packed 5-day event, totally free, for over 40 OIF/OEF warriors who suffered life time wounds while serving our country ¨C and the countries where the operations took them. It was capped off by a sportsman’s banquet hosted by country singer Lee Greenwood. In addition there was near-constant entertainment with workshops put on by fishing & hunting experts, stand-up comedians, photo ops, greetings from Montana Senator Tester, Lee Greenwood, celebrities via video, mentor speakers, social gatherings, live & silent auctions prizes and it goes on.
This Saturday join host Gary Lillie, one of the Operation SAS organizers, John Kinzinger and three of their guests Kathy Champion (Army), Joe Perez (Marine) and Peter Cabral (Air Force) for the saga of Operation SAS.
|1/22/11||Our Vietnam Generation. “Well they said it couldn’t be done, they said it would never be supported, they told me it’s a story no one was interested in. Well guess what? They were all wrong and wrong in a big way.” Those are the words of Keith Famie, director, producer; and nine-time Emmy award winner, who will be debuting his documentary, Our Vietnam Generation at Detroit’s Fox Theatre on Friday, January 28, at 7p.m. Our Vietnam Generation features Michigan veterans talking about their experiences when they were in Vietnam and when they came home. Medics, pilots, grunts, nurses, Marines, Donut Dollies, entertainers and many many more are included in this amazing tribute to the veterans of Vietnam And we have the privilege of talking with just a few of them along with Keith Famie this Saturday morning on Veterans Radio.|
|1/29/11||Sandie Wilson, Nurse: Still Caring for her boys. At 24 years old, Sandie Wilson was the youngest operating room supervisor to serve in Vietnam. She was dedicated to saving her boys back then and continues to do so today. Sandie served with the 8th field hospital in Nha Trang, the 36th Evacuation Hospital in Vung Tau and the 7th surgical hospital at Black Horse Base Camp (11th Armored Cav), carved out of rugged jungle south of Xuan Loc. Join host Gary Lillie and guest Sandie Wilson to learn the life of an operating room nurse in Vietnam.|