On This episode we do a little first anniversary celebration, We talk about The impact Day Light Savings Time had on the war effort, The advent of Super Glue, and remember Medal of Honor Winner Sergeant First Class Edward Allen Carter Jr. and finally we try to simplify this history behind the “Lift and Lot” number stamped under your M1 Helmet Visor.
On this week’s episode we take the original interview we did with Fritz Lennenbach and processed it down to try and eliminate the echo and background noise to make it more enjoyable. We’ve had a few people tell us it’s a hard listen. This is such a great interview we really wanted our listeners to hear Fritz story.
On this week’s episode we pay tribute to The Battle Of The Bulge, then Author Mike Rinowski of the book “Harley Tracks Across Vietnam to The Wall” joins us to talk about his adventures riding across Vietnam on his Harley in tribute to the soldiers who gave it all.
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On this week’s episode we take a look back and a New York Times Headline from Dec 12th 1941, We talk about the Crossman M1 Carbine BB Gun, and Kevin Owens from The 2nd Ranger Infantry Battalion of St. Lewis joins us to talk about living History and Reenacting in the Lt. Louis Area.
On this week’s episode we do a final wrap on the Fort Morgan 75th Anniversary of The Tarawa Landings.
Galen Wagner joins us for the first half of the show then we complete the episode with the “Post Landing” interview with Brandon Deshotel.
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This week’s episode we have gone mobile and record the show from the cab of the Tacoma on site in Fort Morgan Alabama for the 75th Anniversary of the Tarawa Landings on Nov 2nd 1942. Joining us on this episode is Brandon Deshotel , Tom Czekanski, and Brandon Taylor. We talk about the weekend leading up the event, Tom talks about his time working for the WWII museum in New Orleans, and post landing thoughts with Brandon.