An Officer and a Movie: The Big Red One
Lou talks BIG RED ONE with Major General John Batiste, former Commander of the US Army First Infantry Division.
Surviving the Cut: All or Nothing
It's the last day of the 5 week Army Sniper School course. These candidates have only two shots to hit their target. Hit it and they earn their sniper tab. Miss it, and they're headed home.
Army Elite: Being an Engineer
Each day the Port of Virginia in Norfolk runs smoothly and it wouldn't be possible without the hard work of the U.S. Corps of Engineers.
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Oddities: A Bargain with Bite
Pat Sajak, AFVN Disc Jockey in Saigon from 1969-71, talks about serving in the USO and the importance of lifting the spirits of American troops who regularly put themselves in harms way.
An Officer and a Movie: US Marine Corps
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An Officer and a Movie: Remote-Operated Vehicles
F-22 Raptor pilot Major Brian Stahl USAF comments on the frequently-asked question: will there come a day when we take the pilot out of the aircraft and rely solely on remotely-operated vehicles?
An Officer and a Movie: The Hospital Ship Program
Admiral James "Ace" Lyons USN-Ret aggressively projected America's naval strength during his command of the Pacific Fleet, but he also presided over one of the most compassionate naval operations, the Hospital Ship program.
An Officer and a Movie: Medal of Honor
Doug Sterner, a U.S. Army Vietnam veteran and Curator of the Military Times Hall of Valor, tells the story of America's first African-American recipient of the Congressional Medal of Honor.