The American Veterans Podcast, or AVP, is a podcast presented by AMVETS, our nation's most inclusive congressionally-chartered veteran service organization.
Rob Wilkins is a retired US Air Force Master Sergeant and member of the President's Council on Sports, Fitness & Nutrition (PCSFN). He works as the Military Evangelist at Sightline Media Group, the leading news organization covering military, defense, public sector, federal technology, C4ISR and cyber defense as well as the Senior Military Editor of Muscle & Fitness. On this episode of the American Veterans Podcast, we discuss National Military Fitness & Wellness Month, the decline in military recruitment numbers, and what we can collectively do to curb our nation's leading cause of health complications and death: obesity.
Robert King, King Law
On this episode of the American Veterans Podcast, we discuss VA implementation of the PACT Act, the recently-released VA 2020 Veteran Suicide Report, and Rolling to Remember. We also speak with attorney Robert King, who has been tracking Camp Lejeune water contamination and it's plague on veterans and their families.
King Law's Camp Lejeune efforts: https://www.robertkinglawfirm.com/camp-lejeune-water-contamination-lawsuit/
Col. Peter Crean, Vice President of Education & Access, National WWII Museum
On this American Veterans Podcast, we speak with the Vice President of Education & Access for the National World War II Museum Colonel (Army Retired) Peter Crean on the many museum features, his time in the service, at the Army War College in Carlisle, PA, and the personal connections he's made with those who
have visited the museum.
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Jan Scruggs, Vietnam Memorial Wall Creator & Vietnam War Veteran
On this American Veterans Podcast, we speak with Vietnam Veterans Memorial Foundation Founder, Vietnam War Veteran, and Purple Heart and 3x Army Commendation Medal recipient Jan Scruggs on the creation of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall, his time during and post his Vietnam tours, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and his currents efforts with the Gulf War Memorial.
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