AMERIcA'S VETERAN'S STORIES

Interviews and conversations with U.S. veterans from all branches and years of service.

Raising of the United States flag at Iwo Jima

Men and women who gave their all

They strapped on their boots and said goodbye to loved ones to serve our country and fight for liberty. 

From Iwo Jima to Iraq

From the Patriots who fought in the American Revolution, to Civil War soldiers who fought for liberty for each man, to WWI, WWII, Korea, Vietnam, Desert Storm, Iraq, Afghanistan, other conflicts and peacetime, these are their stories.

US Army soldiers from the 11th Air Defense Artillery Brigade during the Gulf War
Master Gunnery Sergeant Brian Ivers and Corporal Jim Blane – Iwo Jima Marine

Each soldier’s story is unique and special

Tune in every Sunday to America’s Veteran’s Stories with Kim Monson to hear our veteran’s individual experiences. You’ll learn something. You’ll be inspired. And you’ll be grateful for this amazing country that we call America.

THIS WEEK'S SHOW

Irma Deeds, Manning the Homefront

I’ll talk with my Aunt Irma who grew up during the Depression, the dirty thirties in western Kansas and then WWII.

PREVIOUS SHOWS

Clifton Schroeder, Vietnam Veteran

Tigers. When young Marine Cliff Schroeder arrived in Vietnam in 1968, it never crossed his mind that tigers were something to be concerned about.

George Ciampa, WWII Veteran

George graduated from High School the day he turned 17 and found himself, weighing in at 112 pounds, landing on Utah Beach mid-day on D-Day, June 6, 1944.

David Petteys, Vietnam Veteran

Marine Captain David Petteys, non-active duty for 53 years, shares his stories of flying helicopters during the Vietnam War.