Up for a little inspiration? Army Veteran and State Surgeon for the Colorado National Guard, Dr. Julia Plevnia, joins me. Julia shares stories of her experience treating soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan.
I’ll talk with my Aunt Irma who grew up during the Depression, the dirty thirties in western Kansas and then WWII.
Tigers. When young Marine Cliff Schroeder arrived in Vietnam in 1968, it never crossed his mind that tigers were something to be concerned about.
Marine Captain David Petteys, non-active duty for 53 years, shares his stories of flying helicopters during the Vietnam War.
Stephen Chiles liked adventure so much he dropped out of college and enlisted in the Army. In June of 1966, Stephen was headed to Vietnam.
It was the unthinkable: to be commanded to leave a fallen soldier behind. Sunday Kim talks with Marine Captain Doug Chamberlain about his book, “Bury Him: A Memoir of the Vietnam War.”
Marines Col. Bob Fischer and Grady Birdsong help me kick off my new show, America’s Veteran’s Stories with Kim Monson.
Former Marine Sergeant, Paula Sarlls, enlisted in the Marines, in 1967, because she wanted to serve our country.
Second generation Tuskegee Airman Lowell Bell reached the rank of Colonel in the Air Force, flying over 100 missions in Vietnam.
Brooklyn-born Loran Smith joined the Air Force in 1952. He spent time in the South as a Tuskegee Airman before the Civil Rights movement and later flew hundreds of combat missions in Vietnam.