Part two of our interview with the three friends who joined the Army together out of high school. This episode focuses on their experiences participating in the invasion of Grenada as members of the 82nd Airborne Division’s Long Range Reconnaissance Platoon (LRRP).
Our guests share their interesting story of joining the Army together out of high school in the early 1980s and staying together throughout basic training, airborne school, and with their first unit at the 82nd Airborne Division.
Our guest Rick Anderson shares his research about the U.S. Army Special Observer Group and how their important work laid the foundation for the successful integration of U.S. military forces in the United Kingdom prior to the United States’ entry into World War II.
Wendy Tokach shares highlights from her career in the U.S. Army as both an enlisted soldier and officer in the Military Police Branch.
Colonel Stu James tells his story of leading a company-level combined arms team from Kuwait to Baghdad during Operation Iraqi Freedom from 20 March to 7 April 2003.
You’ll hear the story of the U.S. 3rd Armored Division’s historic and fateful armored drive to capture the German town of Paderborn and help close the southern part of the Ruhr Pocket from 25 March-1 April 1945.
Our guest Iven Sugai shares experiences from his 25+ year journey of serving as an artilleryman from enlisted soldier to battalion commander.
Dan Langhans, the editor of The Spearhead Doughboy, joins us in this episode to discuss his father’s World War II service along with the origins and purpose of this historical newsletter.
Camp Iron Mountain welcomes it’s first guest Chris Adams! During our interview Chris shares experiences from his Army service including two deployments to Iraq.
Welcome to our first episode! Learn the inspiration behind this project along with the mission and goals we want to attain.