A discussion of Final Honors and what that means for the family. Veterans from Honor Guard organizations as well as active duty military personnel join the discussion.
Veteran organizations are a great way for vets to get involved in their community and interact with other vets. Meet organizers from the American Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars and Disabled American Vets.
The veteran self portrait project About Face gives veterans an outlet for self expression. Meet the creators of this project and see a real time painting demonstration by the instructor.
This month we celebrate the veterans who reach out to other veterans in their community offering their support and service. We profile several veterans who continue to make a difference in the lives of their peers.
The topic of Moral Injury is discussed through a lively panel dialogue. A definition of both PTSD and Moral Injury is given to clarify the difference and show similarities of both issues.
Journey with us through our past year of programming to experience our viewer's favorite moments as well as our most memorable guests and compelling veteran topics.
This female-centric show discusses issues unique to women in the military and the transition back to civilian life for female veterans. Hosted by veterans Linsay Rousseau and Melissa Margain.
Guests reflect on the war, coming home, and then returning to Vietnam years later. A Vietnamese refugee gives her perspective on fleeing during the fall of Saigon.
Veterans and Homelessness Outreach coordinators from the VA & county discuss services for homeless veterans. A formally homeless vet shares his success story.
VetCon is an opportunity for veterans to gather and network with employers, schools, benefits, and most importantly, each other. Our live episode includes interviews with attendees and organizations.
The term Gold Star Family describes those who's loved one was killed during active duty. Military families join the show to discuss what they went through when their loved one was lost.