Today, Joe and David got a little personal about each other, sharing with you al who these guys are and where they have been over the years. Telling about their travels to far away lands and people they have com across in this journey we call life. They also re-capped a bit on some of the very special guests they have had on this show since the start in Feb of this year 2015. Grab your favriote drink and sit down, you don't want to miss this show!
Corey Harris, an OIF Vet having served 2 combat tours in Iraq; once as an junior enlisted man and then as an Officer. He is a leading advocate for Veterans on the state and federal levels. He worked with Congressman Harry Mitchell on passing and implementing the Post 9-11 GI Bill. Corey has run for a seat in the Arizona Legislature and was listed as one of the "40 under 40" young, up and coming leaders in Arizona.
In the picture below: Dave Lucier (L), Cassie Harris (no relation) (C) and Corey Harris (R) at a Veterans Parade in Phoenix (2015).
A Conversation with Joe Galloway: From Refugio, Texas to the Ia Drang Valley, Vietnam. On his way to the Army recruiting station with his mother, he stopped by the local newspaper office...and the rest, they say, is history! Listen to Joe tell about his incredible journey and learn some things never before revealed.
In this show, we talk to an old friend and a brother in arms, Larry Kerr. Larry is a two tour Vietnam combat veteran, (airborne, ranger, green beret). He led a special operations unit as an A - team commander and retired from the State Department after being posted around the world.
Former US State Department and USAID Senior Official, Cap Dean is our guest on April 15. Cap was the USAID Mission Director in South Africa where he assisted Nelson Mandela's installment as President of a new democratic government. He was called back into service in 2004 to become the de-facto Mayor of Baghdad and Governor of Baghdad Province.
Maj General Carl "Duke" Schneider, USAF (Ret) will be our guest on Wednesday, April 8th. The Duke flew 100 missions in Korea in the F-86 Sabre. Later in his career, he brought the FAC mission to Vietnam. He is in the Arizona Veterans Hall of Fame, The Arizona Aviation Hall of Fame and ASU's College of Business Hall of Fame. If you love flying you will enjoying listening to this legendary stick and rudder pilot of a bygone era