Sunday, November 22, 2009






Sean Eagan of americancoldwarvets.org on POW-MIA Radio Hosted by Rod Utech Sunday November 21st to discuss the newest Cold War veteran recognition and remembrance efforts .

Broadcast is 55 minutes long Cold War Segment starts about 19 minutes in.






Our scheduled guests on POW/MIA Radio for Sunday, November 22, 2009 are:

2:00pm Mtn - Mr. Leo Hrdlicka: Leo's brother, Capt. David Hrdlicka, USAF, lost and Missing in Action 44 years ago on May 18, 1965, was on a mission that took him over Laos. He successfully parachuted from his F-105 after being hit by ground fire. David was seen alive afterward and appeared in a Vietnamese newspaper and on a taped recorded broadcast. China claimed him as a prisoner and he appeared in Russia's PRAVDA. Our own intelligence reported him alive in the cave complex near Sam Neua, Laos. Leo has worked extensively for his release, even travelling the Mekong River seeking information on his brother. He remains active in the issue and will offer his comments on current issues today and the best selling book by former congressman Billy Hendon and Beth Stewart, An Enormous Crime: The Definitive Account of American POWs Abandoned in Southeast Asia. Leo has lived much of the history that is presented in the Hendon/Stewart book. For more information, please visit: http://www.enormouscrime.com/ .

3:00pm Mtn - Open Show: The season for giving is upon us; Christmas is only a month away. Are you looking for the perfect gift? A gift that is rewarding to both giver and recipient. Can you imagine a gift that is not put on the shelf and forgotten, not used only once, not returned for color, size or style, not made in China and truly keeps on giving? There are such gifts! Yes, no batteries needed, no assembly required and no need to worry about being politically correct. The only requirements are that the giver provides an enthuisiastic endorsement of the gift and the recipient receives it with an open mind. We will discuss such gifts this hour. Once I get into this discussion, you'll know what I mean and are welcome to offer your suggestions by calling in to join me at 1-877-254-7524.

4:00pm Mtn - News and Views: An hour of the latest POW/MIA and veterans issues. This hour we will be joined by Mr. Sean Eagan, Public Affairs Director for American Cold War Veterans. Sean will discuss recently introduced legislation for the Cold War Service Medal, S.2743.

IMPORTANT NOTE: House Resolution 111 currently has 226 co-sponsors. Yes, we need to continue to get as many new co-sponsors as possible, but we need to contact our reps who have co-sponsored, thank them and ask them to push to have this resolution brought up on the floor of the House for a vote! Please visit http://www.nationalalliance.org for additional information on how you can make this legislation successful.

Remember Jack and Wilma Laeufer at Lima Area MIA-POW have many items available for purchase in support of our veterans and missing Americans. Please contact them at 419-641-2340.

Thanks to our sponsors for this sponsorship period:

Mr. Earl Wood
The Gregory J. Harris Military Courtesy Room
Chained Eagles of Ohio

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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