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
Sandy Peckinpah is a writer and author of 4 books and a blog. She's a frequent broadcaster on Livestream, Periscope.tv. Her broadcasts focus on inspiring people to recognize their own stories of life, loss, and triumph. Sandy worked with her late husband, Emmy nominated television producer and screenwriter, David Peckinpah. She was inspired to write her first book after her daughter was born with a facial defect.
Jack talks with Paul Mangiamele about serving our Country and serving our Veterans through his restaurants.
Legendary Restaurant Brands owns the iconic Bennigan's and Steak and Ale brands - the pioneers of casual dining - as well as the non-traditional brand, Bennigan's On The Fly. Bennigan's is a high-energy neighborhood restaurant and tavern that is redefining casual dining. With chef-driven food, innovative drinks and warm, friendly Irish hospitality, this Legendary brand delivers memorable dining experiences to every guest and offers a franchise model capable of compelling returns on investment. Steak and Ale is another American Original poised for a triumphant return. Redefined as a 21st Century polished-casual concept, the new Steak and Ale will once again set the standard for affordable, family-friendly steakhouses.
I deployed to Habbaniyah, Iraq in 2008, and again to Delaram/Sangin, Afghanistan in 2010. During my deployment to Afghanistan while operating as a part of a push into Taliban territory, I was tasked with clearing an area with a high likelihood of containing an IED. It was in this capacity that I was wounded in action by a land mine. The injury resulted in a left knee dis-articulation and a right above knee amputation of my legs.
Between Fall 2014, and Summer 2016, I trained in the sport of triathlon with the intention to compete in the 2016 Paralympic Games. I saw considerable personal improvement, but was unable to qualify.
Currently I am planning to complete a month long back to back marathon challenge in which I will run 31 marathons in 31 days in 31 different major cities, once again raising awareness and funds for wounded veteran charities. robjonesjourney
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Lydie M. Denier is an accomplished actress, demonstrating her versatility with appearances in over forty television series and feature films. She is best known as Yasmine Bernoudi on General Hospital, Jane on Tarzan, the television series, and Nicole on the series Acapulco Heat. On stage, she portrayed the title role of the iconic movie star Greta Garbo. Lydie has traveled far from the countryside in France where she grew up watching old American movies on television while dreaming of becoming an actress. Her journeys have taken her to exotic lands and her experiences have been diverse. Now, as she enters this next stage of her life as more of a writer than an actress, she embraces it with all the joie de vivre for which the French are famous. Lydie currently lives in beautiful Laguna Beach, California, where, as an excellent chef, she loves to cook when she is not writing or acting.
Billy learned the business through his father and his own experience when he Specialized in acquisitions and entitlement of large land tracts for the development of commercial, residential and industrial use. Billy works directly with private equity groups and developers. Over the past few years he has been involved in the sale and development of over 10,000 acres of residential, industrial, and commercial land.
Jack talks with the Mandel's on the use of ketamine to treat depression. Depression puts people at greater risk of alcohol and drug abuse, hospitalization, and suicide attempts. Now, though, a growing body of research shows there may be new hope: the anesthetic drug ketamine.