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Ball Turret Gunner Carl Juhl

Carl Juhl USAF WWII

Born in 1926, Carl was raised a hardworking farm and ranch kid during the great depression. At 17 yrs old he enlisted in the Army Air Force and was trained as a Ball Turret Gunner on a B-17 crew. The Ball Turret was a rotating sphere made of metal and […]

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Cliff Brumels | The Shadows of War

When he joined the Army shortly after the end of Vietnam, Cliff Brumels never thought he’d be sent to a large scale conflict. After serving for more than a decade in a time of relative peace, he found himself on the ground in Iraq. Now, more than 30 years later, […]

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Microcurrent Neurofeedback Therapy

Dave Thomason | Combat Recovery for Veterans

Dave Thomason suffered numerous concussions over many years. The repeated head injuries took a serious toll on his cognitive ability and even forced him to retire from a job he loved. After a few years of facing an uncertain future, he found a new and effective treatment for brain injury […]

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Kim BromBaugh | US Army Military Police

At age 16, watching the events of Sept 11, 2001, Kim Brombaugh felt compelled to join the Army and do her part to help protect our nation. After finishing high school, she went to basic training and then became a 31B Military Police Officer. While her reason for joining was […]

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BEN MORRIS, USMC, US ARMY, AFGHANISTAN VETERAN, CHAPLAIN

BEN MORRIS, USMC, US ARMY, AFGHANISTAN VETERAN, CHAPLAIN

When Ben Morris left for Afghanistan in 2009, he didn’t realize how the experience of war would change him we he returned. Through the loss of comrades due to suicide, and through PTSD counseling, he chose to dig deeper into his faith. His new sense of purpose is to save […]

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Wayne Dickson, Korea Defense Veteran

WAYNE DICKSON | KOREA DEFENSE VETERAN

His father was a Black American airman stationed in Japan. His mother was a Japanese girl who ran for her life during WWII. Years after the war, they met and married. Being of mixed racial decent from both sides of WWII, Wayne Dickson has a unique outlook, especially when it […]

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JIM BEGGERLY, SILVER STAR PILOT, A-1 SKYRAIDER, VIETNAM

JIM BEGGERLY | 2X SILVER STAR PILOT | VIETNAM

He opened a newspaper and saw a photo of an A-1 Skyraider and said, “I want to fly that.” Little did he know the legendary future that awaited him at the controls of that airplane. Jim Beggerly served 21 years in the US Air Force and was awarded 2 Silver […]

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CAMPV TYLER VETERANS SERVICE

JASON GALUSHA | MILITARY POLICE | IRAQ

Following his fathers footsteps, Jason Galusha joined the Army as an MP in 1997. On the morning of Tuesday, sept 11, 2001, while he was training with his SWAT team, they heard the news and immediately received orders to secure the Pentagon. In his words, “We knew nothing would ever […]

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Regan Hawthorne | 82nd Airborne Paratrooper

Inspired by his father who had served in the 82nd Airborne during the Korean War and two uncles who had served as paratroopers in Vietnam, Regan made the decision to follow their example of duty and service and likewise become a paratrooper. Nearly a year after joining, he was surprised […]

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