Today's American Veteran is presented by the Coalition to Salute America's Heroes The show is hosted by Emmy nominated actor and Patriot Jack Scalia.
The Coalition supports all Veterans and is a non partisan outreach.The views expressed by our guests are their own and may not reflect those of The Coalition to Salute America's Heroes
South Carolina Military Museum was signed into law by then Governor David Beasley. Under the guidance of newly appointed Director Ewell G. "Buddy" Sturgis, a small staff and a host of volunteers labored tirelessly to transform two empty motor pool buildings into a museum worthy of its mission.
On February 6, 2007, the South Carolina Military Museum officially opened the doors of its first building to the public. On June 7, 2014, the second building was finally christened thereby making the Museum the largest land-based military museum in the State and one of the premiere National Guard museums in the country.
Featuring a vast array of authentic and period firearms, edged weapons, uniforms, helmets, artillery pieces, and armored fighting vehicles, both buildings of the South Carolina Military Museum trace the evolution of the citizen-soldier from the earliest militias to their modern descendants: the South Carolina National Guard. In so doing, the Museum covers the complete military history of our State from the time British boots first touched Carolina soil to present-day operations worldwide. scmilitarymuseum.com/
Florida Military Family and Community Covenant is not another social program. It does not advocate for new programs or negate those that are already ongoing. It simply attempts to tie together the actions of the government and local communities so we, as a state, can work as a team to provide the highest level of quality support our veterans, service members and their families deserve.
Joining Jack on this very special Christmas show is Mr Pat Boone. Pat has a very special affinity for our Military and is also the head of a family that works tirelessly for people who have had a traumatic brain injury. (Shown here with his grandson Ryan who has suffered a TBI.
Matthew Cary was appointed Director of the District of Columbia Office of Veterans Affairs by Mayor Vincent C. Gray in April of 2011 and was unanimously confirmed by the Council of the District of Columbia on June 7, 2011. During his four years in office, he initiated several new programs for DC Veterans and their families. They include: the Furniture Donation program for DC Homeless veterans and their families resulting in donations of furniture and household items valued at $1.5 million from several military installations which has been delivered to 500 District of Columbia homeless veterans moving into transitional or permanent housing.
An aspiring inspirational singer, back with her kids after 18 long months. Her turmoil and PTSD is a story you must sit down, hold on and be prepared to listen to. Now she is a woman of God and has recorded songs that will inspire so many. She wants to shoot for the stars and show not just the Female Veterans, but all Veterans and many others who are facing adversity, that it's okay to start over but never lose hope in what you believe in! The world isn't that big for us not to unite, and raise the awareness. NEVER GIVE UP.
Former Navy Seal and now Congressman from the State of Montana Ryan Zynke is the Veterans Voice.
NAVY SEAL COMMANDER RYAN ZINKE CONFIRMS: Thinking of Making A RUN FOR SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE October 14,2015
The Speaker is about leadership and not policy and we’re at a point in our nation’s history where we’ve had a Speaker resign, we’ve had a presumptive Speaker resign and quite frankly we’re facing what I think is a leadership crisis. In our country’s history, there have been other freshmen Speakers—though it has been a long time. But it isn’t about policies. It’s about getting the Congress to do their duty: And that’s the defend the principles that made this country strong and defending the Constitution. I’ve taken an oath to defend the Constitution against all enemies foreign and domestic. It’s time to rise and put our country first, and yourself second. It’s about leadership. We’re looking at it. Our phones are ringing off the hook because I think America wants something different. I haven’t decided, but what I have decided is that Congress better do our duty and defend our values of this country.
Zinke said the Speaker of the House is a “representative” of the entire body, and an “orator of what America should be,” adding that it is an “enormous responsibility” and “I haven’t retreated from battle and neither should America.”
“Americans are frustrated and they look at their government and it’s not doing what we should be doing,” Zinke said. “They want a better future and they want America to be strong and prosperous.”
On todays show Jack and David talk about the Mission of the Coalition to Salute Americas Heroes. Joining the show is Congressman Ryan Zinke fresh from the CPAC conference where he was addressing America at War. Injured Comabt Veteran Donny Daughenbaugh on the importance of providing a hand "up" to veterans in need.