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Hosted by Tim Malloy, Saving America’s Heroes presents life-saving United States Medivac teams in action on the battlefields of Afghanistan. Featuring interviews with Medivac technicians and veterans whose lives were saved. (part 3)

Hosted by Tim Malloy, Saving America’s Heroes presents life-saving United States Medivac teams in action on the battlefields of Afghanistan. Featuring interviews with Medivac technicians and veterans whose lives were saved. (part 1)

On June 26, 1969, after only 32 days in Vietnam, U.S. Army PFC Dennis Joyner lost his left arm and both of his legs in an explosion.

First Sergeant Daila Espeut-Jones U.S. Army Retired, talks about why the military is important to her life.

World War II veteran J.P. Ledet talks about his experience when the Atomic bomb was dropped.  

TSgt Mark Lundstrom – U.S. Air Force Retired, tells his stories of service while serving at the Pentagon during September 11.

In this segment from WEDU ARTS PLUS, learn about The Telling Project, a theatrical production in which Tampa Bay veterans share their stories of service on stage.

Today’s generation of warriors have been deployed more than any other before, this documentary highlights a unique program that pairs dogs and veterans in a training program, and ultimately as companions, to show appreciation and assist in healing of PTSD.

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HARRY BEEMAN (BORN 1922) Harry Beeman was 19 years old when he signed up as an Apprentice Seaman in the US Navy the day after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. Prior to that date Harry’s father had refused to

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PETER THOMAS (BORN 1924) Famed voice-over actor and World War II veteran, Peter Thomas received five battle stars including the Purple Heart, the Bronze Star and the French Croix de Guerre for his military service with the First Infantry Division

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