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POW/MIA Radio is broadcast by the American Freedom Network (http://www.americanewsnet.com).  Its flagship station is KHNC 1360AM out of Johnstown, CO.  You can also catch their broadcast on Satellite: G-9 Channel 2, Sub-Audio 7.76, Horizontal Polarity.

Additionally, they broadcast through the internet using real audio or Winamp.  Visit the American Freedom Network website, click on the radio navigation button and than click on the jukebox.  Note: You must have real audio or winamp already installed on your computer.

If you don't have real audio or winamp installed on your computer, visit the following websites to download them.

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  www.winamp.com

Each hour of the POW/MIA Radio Program is produced and aired from funding by organizations and individuals across the nation.  If you would like to make a donation or contribution, please contact Producer, Rod Utech at rodutech@comcast.net.

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POW/MIA Radio Programming Schedule for Sunday, 24 July 2011

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All,

 

Our scheduled guests on POW/MIA Radio for Sunday, July 24, 2011 are:

 

2:00pm Mtn - News and Views:  An hour of the latest POW/MIA and veterans issues.

 

3:00pm - 5:00pm Mtn - Mr. Larry J. O'Daniel:   Mr. O'Daniel, is a former US Army Vietnam Veteran, graduate of Arizona State University and author.  He served in Vietnam as Intelligence Officer in the Phoenix Program and after the Vietnam War, served on the staff and faculty of the U.S. Army Combat Surveillance and Electronic Warfare school.  Larry will discuss lessons learned with his work in the Phoenix Program and his recent book, "Trails of Deceit".  This an excellent first hand account of the program and our POW/MIAs in Southeast Asia.  Larry will also be discussing the Quang 1205 document.  His in-depth analysis of the document will include an interpretation based on what Quang might have been thinking at the time, as a Communist.  We will also touch on current topics appearing on the internet today.

 

The 2011 POW/MIA Recognition Day poster is now available.

Please order on-line at http://www.dtic.mil/dpmo/posters/ .

 

Reminder:  H. Res. 111 has again been introduced by Rep. Peter King, NY.  As of today, there are 88 co-sponsors.  With new leadership in the House, let's see how many reps we can get to co-sponsor and make a difference in bringing this vital legislation to the floor of the House for a vote.  Please visit http://www.nationalalliance.org/legis/index.htm  for more information on how you can help make H. Res. 111 a success and information on their 22nd Annual Forum in Washington, DC, July 21-23, 2011.

 

Thanks to our sponsors for this sponsorship period:

 

Anonymous, in honor of Peter Matthes - GX2527 ( see http://www.gx2527leftinvietnam.com/ )

Anonymous, in honor/memory of all our POW/MIAs

Chained Eagles of Ohio

 

Listen to POW/MIA Radio every Sunday, worldwide, on The American Freedom Network, http://www.americanewsnet.com. We also broadcast with 10,000 watts on KHNC-AM, 1360khz, Johnstown, Colorado.  If you are unable to get the show on the website, please delete your bookmark and re-enter the URL in your browser address line and try again.  Please note our show call-in number, 1-877-254-7524. 

 

Rod Utech

 

"Is life so dear, or peace so sweet, as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery?  Forbid it, Almighty God!"   Patrick Henry, 1775

 

 

 


[ Notable Books ]

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Leave No Man Behind by Garnett "Bill" Bell with George J. Veith

Kiss the Boys Goodbye : How the United States Betrayed Its Own P.O.W.S. in Vietnam by Monika Jensen-Stevenson, William Stevensen

A heart-ripping autobiography of Colonel Jim Thompson, America's Longest-Held Prisoner of War.

by Frank Anton , Tommy Denton (Contributor), and Frank Anton

One Day Too Long by Timothy N. Castle

Five Years to Freedom by James N. Rowe

Code-Name Bright Light: The Untold Story of U.S. POW Rescue Efforts During the Vietnam War by George J. Veith

 

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