VBC Vet-a-Thon

The Veterans Breakfast Club’s Veterans Day VET-A-THON was a 12-hour online program bringing veterans from around the nation together to share their stories of service with the public. Held on Zoom and simulcast to YouTube and Facebook, VET-A-THON invites everyone to listen and learn about the military experience first-hand by the people who lived it

The SS Mayaguez Incident of 1975 on VBC Happy Hour

The little-known SS Mayaguez Incident of 1975 was the last act of the Vietnam War. Coming two weeks after the Fall of Saigon, the armed conflict between the US military and Cambodian Khmer Rouge naval forces resulted in the last US casualties of the war. The names of these 41 casualties appear at the very

100-Year-Old John “Lucky” Luckadoo

Plus Researching Veterans Service Records on Greatest Generation We welcome former B-17 pilot John “Lucky” Luckadoo to Greatest Generation Live to share stories from his 25 missions over France and Germany in 1943 with the 100th Bomb Group, Eighth Air Force, stationed in Thorpe Abbotts, England. Also joining us will be bestselling author Kevin Maurer,

Pan Am Airways in WWII on Greatest Generation Live

During World War II, Pan Am Airways became the most important civilian component of the US military airlift, flying over 90 million miles worldwide in support of the war effort. The period saw many firsts, including the first circumnavigation of the globe and the first flight of a US President abroad. Joining Glenn Flickinger on

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