An engaging conversation in this week’s American Legion Tango Alpha Lima podcast involves turning the organization into a “lean, mean fighting machine,” as co-host Jeff Daly says.
Daly, of course, is referring to the just-launched second annual 100 Miles for Hope challenge that benefits The American Legion Veterans & Children Foundation (V&CF). There are two options for participants to sign up (details on how to get started here) and get on the path to wellness/fitness while supporting disabled veterans and military families through the V&CF.
Co-host Mark Seavey talks about his goals for 100 Miles for Hope, including a late flurry he is planning just before the event concludes just after Labor Day. He additionally has a cool goal for his kids, the “100 Playgrounds for Hope.”
Also on this week’s episode of the podcast:
• Co-host Ashley Gorbulja-Maldonado gives an update on the Global War on Terrorism Memorial Foundation’s plans to create a memorial on the National Mall, which The American Legion supports.
• The hard-line approach that the Biden administration is taking related to China’s menacing of Taiwan. Is military action inevitable at this point?
Learn more by downloading and listening to the new episode on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher or the podcast webpage for this week’s Tango Alpha Lima, as well as links to all the previous episodes. On that webpage you can also view the YouTube version of all episodes.