Season 8

Service as a Pathway to Citizenship

The show features the stories of Veterans who chose service as a path to U.S. citizenship. Nicqelle Godfrey of The Veterans Consortium Pro Bono Program and Jennie Pasquarella, ACLU Lead Immigration Attorney, will provide legal perspective.

Native Americans in the Military

Examines the experiences and contributions of Native Americans in our armed forces. Our panel includes the State Commander of Veterans of Foreign Wars, Dusty Napier, Terry Bentley from the Office of Tribal Government Relations and other Native American Veterans.

Veterans and Social Isolation

Our live panel discusses the many ways in which Veterans are prone to social isolation and provide real life solutions to help them reconnect.  

POWs/MIAs Remembered

This show features the stories of prisoners of war and examines the continuing effort to locate Americans missing in action. Including an exclusive interview with Gary Powers Jr., the son of cold war era U2 pilot Gary Powers.  

Veterans in the Great Outdoors

Veterans discuss the benefits of spending time in nature. Guests include Veterans and outdoor advocates, and some whose lives were changed by their outdoor experiences. 

Shadow Box: Your Service On Display

The show will look at different kinds of shadow boxes and memorabilia, discuss the reasons that Veterans display their service or choose not to and give some practical advice on making a military shadow box.

Best of 2021

A look back at all the topics we covered in 2021. Plus a special Christmas story.

Discharge Upgrades: Restored Honor

A “less than honorable” discharge can deny a Veteran of their benefits and follow them throughout life, making opportunities in the civilian world harder to find. This month, veterans Voices discusses “Discharge Upgrades: Restored Honor”.

Veterans and the Justice System  

Veterans’ Voices shares the stories of Veterans who have been incarcerated and examine the programs designed to help Veterans in the justice system.

9/11  - Twenty Years Later   

In a special 90-minute show, Veterans’ Voices remembers the events of 9/11 and the twenty years of war that followed. Afghanistan Veterans reflect on their memories of that day and their feelings about current events in the country. Guests will include Ken De Braganca who witnessed the events of 9/11 in New York, Marine Veteran Mike Hudson, Navy Seal Veteran Jason Tuschen and Dan Blakely, Army Ranger Veteran and author of "The Twenty Year War".

Caring For The Caregiver   

An in-depth discussion highlighting the lives and stories of those who care for our military community. Guests will include Veteran Caregivers, and Shon Tamblyn of the VA Caregiver Support Program will discuss recent changes that expand VA caregiver services.

Veterans' Families : In Transition 

We examine the lives and stories of the family members of those who serve, including spouses and children. With Victoria Terrinoni, author of “Where You Go, I Will Go: Lessons from a Military Spouse”.