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Author Larry Bond

Navy veteran and military author Larry Bond discusses his new thriller about China, Red Dragon Rising: Shadows of War

Col. Morris A. "Reese" Turner

West Point alumnus Col. Morris A. "Reese" Turner U.S. Army discusses the advanced educational program he completed at the U.S. Army War College in Carlisle Barracks, PA. Col. Turner is now serving on deployment to "Southwest Asia".

Commander Suzanna Brugler

Commander Suzanna Brugler is a graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy and served as a New York City based Public Affairs Officer for the commissioning of USS New York. She has recently served in Europe and Africa while advancing her education.

Congressman Paul Tonko

Rep Tonko discusses the impact of the sequester cuts on his district and progress at the Dept. of Veterans Affairs to reduce the backlog of claims requests, efforts to reduce sexual assault in the military and the efforts of the New York National Guard responding to recent natural disasters.

Martin J. Brown

A football player at SUNY Maritime College Ensign Martin J. Brown received Leadership Award from SAL 50 in New York

Rep. Nita Lowey

N.Y. Rep. Nita Lowey discusses the backlog at the VA, sexual abuse in the military and the effects of the "Sequester" budget cuts.

Connor Love

Love is from Beaverton, Oregon and a junior catcher on the West Point baseball team

New York Representative Sean Patrick Maloney

Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney was newly elected to Congress to represent NY's 18th District covering the Hudson Valley region including West Point, Mt. Kisco and Poughkeepsie. He has served as a senior advisor to President Bill Clinton and two New York governors in addition to running his own business.

New York Representative Nita Lowey

Rep. Nita Lowey discusses the impact of the "Sequester" budget cuts.

CMC Raymond D. Kemp Sr. US Navy

CMC Raymond Kemp has recently been appointed the Command Master Chief of the Nimitz class aircraft carrier USS Harry S. Truman (CVN-75) based in Norfolk, Virginia. He is a friend of American Legion Post 50 in Pelham, N.Y. since marching in the Pelham Memorial Day parade organized by Post 50 and SAL 50 with a delegation from USS Kearsarge (LHD-3).

U.S. Navy chaplain

Lt. CDR Nathan Solomon is a U.S. Navy chaplain assigned to the U.S. Marine Corps 8th Regiment based in Camp Le Jeuene, N.C. He talks about his duties and recent tour in Afghanistan.

Rep. Jeff Miller

Chairman of the U.S. House Veterans Affairs Committee speaks about the looming March 1 budget cuts, the cancellation of the Shared Records Program, mental health care and jobs training programs.

Rep. Engel represents the new New York 16th Congressional District

On New Year's Eve 2012, with the Washington Budget battle capturing the nation's attention, Congressman Eliot Engel discusses the situation and its serious impact on the military.

General Walter L. "Skip" Sharp

General Walter L. "Skip" Sharp served as commander of United Nations Command, Combined Forces Command and U.S. Forces Korea from June 2008 to July 14, 2011. Having retired on Sept. 1, 2011 from a active duty, General Sharp is leading efforts to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the 1950 to 1953 Korean War.

Army football captain Nate Combs

Army football captain Nate Combs from New Albany, Indiana is interviewed at the Army-Navy Game Press Conference. Cadet Combs is a senior engineering major and plays the "Bandit" linebacker position for the Black Knights defense. He describes the challenges of combining football, academics, and military duties. West Point plays the Naval Academy on Saturday December 8th at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia.

Navy's Bo Snelson

Navy senior slotback Bo Snelson is interviewed at Army-Navy Game press conference by Ken Kraetzer of SAL Radio. Midshipman Snelson is from Pasadena, Texas has returned kicks, caught passes and rushed the football for Navy. Army will play Navy on Saturday December 8th at 3 PM at Lincoln Financial Field broadcast nationally by CBS Network.

Phil Roe

Congressman Phil Roe MD of Tennessee a member of the House Veterans Affairs Committee discusses health care needs for soldiers and veterans in this talk with SAL Radio

Col. Glenn H. Goldman

Col. Glenn H. Goldman, U.S. Army, Director of Military Instruction, U.S. Military Academy discusses the annual Sandhurst military skills competition held at West Point.

Jay Barbree

U.S. Air Force veteran, author and reporter for every manned space launch from Cape Canaveral.

U.S. Congressman Jeff Miller (R-Fla.)

Chairman of the House Veterans Affairs Committee Jeff Miller talks about challenges in building the new Department of Veterans Affairs hospitals, treating soldiers PTSD injuries, the GI Bill program and jobs programs for veterans.

W. Michael Bowen

Department of New York Commander W. Michael Bowen describes growth of The American Legion in New York and the need for health care for returning veterans.

Jim Koutz

Leading Candidate for The American Legion National Commander Jim Koutz visited New York State earlier this year and discussed the position he is campaigning.

Thomas Luebke

Thomas Luebke of the U.S. Commission on Fine Arts discussing veterans monuments in Washington D.C. and how a community might look at designing a new one.

Rich Ellerson

Interview with West Point Football Coach Rich Ellerson

ADM Jeffrey Harbeson

Rear Admiral Jeffrey Harbeson, Commander, Joint Task Force, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.

West Point Football Col John Thomson

Navy Football Captain Alexander Teich

John Chuhran at Arlington

SAL member John Chuhran reports from Arlington National Cemetery and dedication of new Chaplains Monument.

SAL Radio Interview - Timothy Trainor

Brigadier General Timothy E. Trainor, the 13th Dean of the Academic Board at West Point.

Interview Sandy Alderson GM NY Mets

Interview ROTC Cadets Univ Scranton