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Our scheduled guests on POW/MIA Radio for Sunday, October 26, 2014 are:

2:00pm Mountain � News and Views: An hour of the latest POW/MIA and veterans issues.

3:00pm Mtn � BGen. Jack Nicholson, USA (ret.): We are honored to have General Nicholson join us to again commemorate the anniversary of the capture and loss of Capt. Humberto (Rocky) Versace. Rocky, along with Lt. James Rowe and Sgt. Dan Pitzer were captured on October 29, 1963 near Le Coeur in the U Minh Forest of South Vietnam. Despite being wounded, Rocky resisted Communist indoctrination, interrogation and torture for almost two years and served as an inspiration to other prisoners. On or about, September 26, 1965, Hanoi Radio announced that he and another prisoner, Sgt. Kenneth Roraback were executed. For his heroism during this period, Captain Rocky Versace was posthumously awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor. General Nicholson is a 1956 graduate of the US Military Academy at West Point receiving the General MacArthur Leadership award and served over two years in Vietnam. He was awarded a Silver Star for his heroism in action saving 13 lives on December 27, 1963 in the Mekong Delta of South Vietnam. After his 30 year career in the Army, General Nicholson served as Under Secretary for Memorial Affairs in the Department of Veteran Affairs where he directed the National Cemetery Administration and also Secretary of the American Battle Monuments Commission. For more information about Capt. Versace, please read the book, Five Years to Freedom by James N. Rowe.

4:00pm Mountain � Mr. John Molloy: John will give his opinions on current events in the US and the world. Turmoil around the world abounds, terror attacks and beheadings are increasing here and in allied countries and Ebola is now a threat in the US. With elections only days away, we will discuss what needs to be done to turn this nation around. We will have a candid discussion on the causes, effects and corrections needed to return the USA to a proud and respected world leader. John is a U.S. Army veteran who served with the 11th Light Infantry Brigade in Vietnam from 1967-1968. He now serves as Chairman of the National Vietnam & Gulf War Veterans Coalition. �The Coalition was established in 1983 to unify diverse veterans groups in support of common goals�. They have multi-faceted goals and were successful in getting important Agent Orange legislation passed. He is also Executive Director for RELEASE Foundation POW-MIA. John is a two-time World Trade Center survivor from both attacks on 2/26/93 and 9/11/2001. He is a proud member of the Sovereign Military Order of St. John of Jerusalem, Knights of Malta, since November, 1993. For more information please visit: http://www.veterans-coalition.org/ .


It�s available now!

Ms. Lynn O'Shea, Director of Research, National Alliance of Families, the much respected leader in the POW/MIA community, has announced the publication of her book, Abandoned In Place, The Men We Left Behind and the Untold Story of Operation Pocket Change, the Joint Special Operations Command Planned Rescue of American POWs Held in Laos Six Years After the End of the Vietnam War. Amazon.com is available for orders now! Or, please go to the Alliance web site, http://www.nationalalliance.org or GOOGLE her book, Abandoned in Place to find her blog site.

Thanks to our sponsors for this sponsorship period:

The National Alliance of Families
Mr. Earl Wood � In honor of four missing Milwaukee area Soldiers and Marines
Ms. Mary Videen � In honor of Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl
Anonymous � In honor of SSGT John C. Keiper, USMC, lost in South Vietnam, November 15, 1966
Mr. Larry J. O�Daniel, author, Trails of Deceit

Listen to POW/MIA Radio every Sunday, worldwide, on The American Freedom Network, http://www.americanewsnet.com . We also broadcast locally from KHNC-AM, 1360khz, Johnstown, Colorado. If you are unable to receive the show on the network's website as listed in your favorites, please delete that bookmark and re-enter the URL in your browser address line. Please note our listener call-in number, 1-877-254-7524.

Best,

Rod

� Is life so dear, or peace so sweet, as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery? Forbid it Almighty God!� Patrick Henry, 1775.

 

 

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