The June 4th edition of Warrior Connection was a discussion with 87 year old Korean war hand to hand combat survivor and Vietnam war journalist SISI Mosby. SISI a retired but active historian, actor- director, and journalist provided unique insight into the meaning of war and it’s profound effect on our lives. As one of the founders of Veterans for …
The May 7 edition of Warrior Connection was a discussion with Becky Hayes a highway – concrete construction union employee who was exposed to DUCRETE a mixture of depleted uranium metal dust and normal concrete components who al of the same serious medical problems as specified by the VA and DOD and as experienced by military and civilian personnel exposed …
The April 23 edition of Warrior Connection was an EXCEPTIONAL AND INFORMATIVE discussion with Gavin P. Smith, Founder and President of Civilian Exposure (civilianexposure.org) that dedicated to unraveling, revealing, and discussing the extent of environmental contamination and resulting health effects caused by military operations and the extensive list of bases that have extensive contamination affecting everybody, animals, and plants and especially the …
The March 26th edition of Warrior Connection was a discussion about adverse health effects of trichloroethylene “tce” and other toxic exposures at Camp Lejuene and former Chanute AFB in Rantoul Illinois and VA admission – rule for automatic service connection,. .
The Feb 1st edition of Warrior Connection was a discussion with Olle Johansson, associate professor
The Experimental Dermatology Unit, Department of Neuroscience, Karolinska Institute, 171 77 Stockholm
Sweden about serious and ignored adverse health effects resulting from RF – microwave – cell phone computer wifi exposures. Current research verifies that adverse health effects appear at energy levels less than .2 milliwatts per square centimeter.
The Feb 26 edition was a discussion about health effects of toxic exposures as specified in the attached va report.
The February 19 edition of Warrior Connection was a discussion- review about the events and then lasting impact of the explosions in the world trade center on Sept 11 2001 with the father of one of the brilliant young men who died as he entered the north tower lobby before any aircraft hit the building.
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.
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.
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.