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January 23, 2017

The January 22th edition of Warrior Connection was a interesting discussion with journalist and historian Paul Woods of the Champaign (Illinois) News Gazette  about his series of interviews featuring veterans from WW2 to the present  for his weekly column "THOSE WHO SERVED" published every Monday.  Video and written versions of his interviews are at www.news-gazette.com. We hope that Paul can turn this informative series into a book on military veterans history. 


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January 16, 2017

The January 15 edition of Warrior Connection was a discussion with Cherise March, Durham North Carolina Va - Director of VA's "Writing to Wellness" program and the Va's PEER to PEER program. These are two extremely valuable and successful programs.  


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December 19, 2016

The December 18th edition of Warrior Connection was a discussion on how to get through the holiday season's unique impact on the military family. Topics included separation., loneliness, and memory triggers that can affect current and retired warriors and their families.  The key is trying to maintain traditions and shared love even when warriors are deployed or memories flood back.  Pastor Bob Shaw emphasized when and where to get help.   We were very happy to have Chris Weise  current OIF Army veteran join us with his perspective from the new group of warriors.  Next week's Warrior Connection  Christmas evening broadcast will be reading and discussing the Christmas story from Luke etc.


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December 12, 2016

The December 11 edition of Warrior Connection was  a discussion and review of events and implications of in  dedication to Pearl Harbor attack on  December 7 1941. 


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November 28, 2016

The Nov 27 edition of Warrior Connection was a about poetry, love, stories, and "good old times"  with Bonnie Rokke Tinnes  of Bemidji, Mjnneota.. Bonnie is a published poet and author of  "Growing Up Maragret"  series that is about a young girl in 1950's- 1060's Northern Minnesota.  Given Bob Dylan was awarded the Nobel prize we will be doing a follow up- second  program with Duluth's (Minnesota) Dylan Fest folks.


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November 21, 2016
The November 20 edition of Warrior Connection was a discussion with John Ketwig who is Vietnam veteran and author of the exceptional book on the Vietnam War: "and a hard rain fell---A GI's true story of the War in Vietnam". (contact:  publicity@sourcebooks.com ) John's exceptional book is available from most bookstores and is in still in print.

Warrior Connection-10.30.16

November 2, 2016

The October 30 edition of Warrior as an in depth discussion about the following (attached) VA clinician's guide for medical care on Gulf War Illness issues


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October 6, 2016

The October 1 edition of Warrior Connection was a discussion with former USMC Drill Sgt Tim Boone about the use of writing to alleviate PTSD and to help vets thrive. We read and discussed one of his insightful writings.  Tim was in Lebanon when the USMC barracks was blown up and then led marines into Kuwait for Desert Storm.    Simply Tim has been there - done that- got the t-shirt!


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September 26, 2016

The September 25 edition of Warrior Connection was a discussion with Alanna Hartzog- Psych therapist about healing the heart- mind- soul following moral injury. 


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September 19, 2016

The September 18 edition of Warrior Connection as a discussion  with retired US Marine captain  Roy Fish on using carpentry to help vets heal and to thrive.  www.triplehcarpenry.com    


Triple H Carpentry (Healing, Helping, Honoring) was founded by a Combat Veteran on a mission to provide a conduit of healing for other Combat Veterans suffering from PTSD and other combat trauma related illnesses. The healing conduit being woodworking, we provide a wide range of originally designed wood products. Additionally, the Company’s corps values include a mandate to help those in need through donating time and material to build furniture for families in need and to honor heroes by burning the names of fallen service members into each piece of furniture we build.

This model brought about by the Grace of God as Roy made very clear is extraordinary in it's vision and success.  It brought Roy and now others from "the brink" back into thriving.