The following shows aired in November 2014. Click on the show date in the left column to listen to that show. Files are in MP3 format.
|11/2/14||Incredible Women Pilots. Join host Jim Fausone this Sunday afternoon at 5pm eastern and his guests. Carey Lohrenz (F-14), now a leadership Consultant, talks about her Navy career and new book Fearless Leadership: High Performance Lessons from the Flight Deck; Major Michelle Ruehl (C-130 & MC-12) and Capt. Christin Mastracchio (B-52), USAF Academy graduates from Michigan and Texas, respectively, discuss their U.S. Air Force flying careers.|
|11/9/14||Veterans Radio—11 Years and Still Going Strong. What Does Veterans Radio Mean to You? Join Veterans Radio this Sunday afternoon as we continue to honor America’s Veterans. The men and women, who over the history of our country, have been willing to lay down their lives for you their fellow Americans.
On November 15th 2003, Veterans Radio broadcast their first program from the studios of WSDS in Ypsilanti, Michigan. Since then we have moved around a little and have produced over 500 live programs on a wide variety of topics. From the sands of Iwo Jima and Normandy to the jungles of Vietnam. From the freezing winters of Korea to the deserts of Afghanistan and Iraq. Join us in celebrating our 11th anniversary of telling the true stories of America’s real heroes.
Join founders/hosts Dale Throneberry, Bob Gould and our newest team member Jim Fausone this Sunday on Veterans Radio.
|11/16/14||Navy Seals—Their untold History. “On June 6, 1944, a small band of volunteer soldiers wearing wrap-around life preservers and canvas satchels of explosives cleared the beach waters of Normandy to make D-Day victory possible. On May 2, 2011, their descendants—among the most clandestine, highly trained and legendary military units in history—ended the years-long hunt for the world’s most wanted terrorist in one of the most celebrated missions of modern military history. Over the last seventy years, the stories of these legendary warriors have been sealed in the chambers of operational secrecy—and the brotherhood of SEAL discretion and anonymity. Now, thanks to thousands of pages of declassified files and interviews with more than one hundred former SEALs, the incredible true story can be told.”|
|11/23/14||Bastogne. It was December 16, 1944 when Germany launched its last effort to flank the front in Belgium, split the Allies, and capture Antwerp. Following Hitler’s orders the SS Panzer divisions tore through the Ardennes forest and caught the Allies unawares only to be stopped by the 101st Airborne Division at a small French crossroads town, Bastogne.
Join host Bob Gould and his guests authors John C McManus and Kevin Hymal.
|11/30/14||The Speed of Heat. Tom Young, ANG pilot and author, will discuss his book The Speed of Heat which is about the West Virginia ANG 167th Airlift Wing in Iraq and Afghanistan. Tom spent 20 years in the Air Guard, 10 years as a writer for the AP and has written five military adventure novels.
Join host Jim Fausone and his guest Tom Young this Sunday on Veterans Radio.