By unitedweroll on Mar 23, 2010 | In Military News and Support
United We Roll World Tour Show
Stardust Radio www.stardustradio.com
Tuesday 3/23/10 2pm – 4pm Central (Live)
Wednesday 3/24/10 6:30pm Central (Repeat)
Welcome Stardust Listeners and thank you for joining us here on United We Roll this Tuesday, the 23rd day of March, 2010!
We have three very interesting visits with 7 of our very special Heroes of Freedom who are stationed many, many miles from home. Remember, if you are not able to stay with us through the show this afternoon, it will repeat again tomorrow evening, Wednesday, March 24th at 6:30pm Central. In addition, an MP3 copy will be placed on our show archive site for listening and downloading. You can reach our archive site at www.stardustradio.info or through our full website at www.stardustradio.com.
(2:07pm) Our first guests for today are bringing us a very unique visit and one that I believe will be very meaningful for all who hear this. We are speaking with AF MSgt Laurie Boros, who is currently deployed with the 376th AEW and with Ms Valentina Zurvetova, who is a native of the Kyrgyzstan and is also a translator/cultural liaison for the members of the base and the local community. A recent event was held to commemorate International Women’s Day that involved a cooperative effort of the local Kyrgyz Philharmonic group and deployed members from TC Manas. While MSgt Boros and Ms Valentina were discussing this event, we learned even more about the changes in feelings of members from the previously Russian community toward their American neighbors from Manas. This conversation will once again confirm the incredible bridges that our military members build through the relationships that they form and nurture with the local communities that surround them. We will have an article in our blog about the Philharmonic event with a link to some beautiful photos.
(2:39pm) Our next guest is Army SPC Jamey Mozingo, who is currently deployed with F Co 2-7. Living in a tent with 4 to 8 other soldiers may not sound very good to many of us back here at home, but this young American is not complaining. With only about 3 months of a 12 month deployment behind him, SPC Mozingo is focused on his mission and taking care of business, which is to look after some of the vehicles that take a beating after running on the rough, uneven roads. This Iowa native and Hawkeye fan tells us about some of the things that help to make being away from home a little easier to take and why he is standing guard over our freedom. You will certainly enjoy this visit with this dedicated young soldier.
(3:06pm) Our final visit for today with four members who are deployed with the 738th Expeditionary Advisory Group that is involved with MedEvac flights. Each guest has a different set of duties from the others and all bring a great deal of information to share with us today. Capt Matt Kowalski is with Security Forces and is involved in mentoring Afghan security members in a variety of duties both on and off base. SFC (Sgt First Class) Joe Lemons is an Army Medic and is also handling some mentoring duties with flight medics. Lt Col Todd Prejean, Commander of the 441st Squadron, is the lead pilot advisor and has the unique (and I am sure much envied by many pilots) position of flying the MI-17 helicopter. And we have Capt Joe Bauer with us, also of the 738th, who pulled this visit together for us which was no easy task as you can imagine.
I would also like to acknowledge some folks who are always so helpful and were again this week: SSG Carolyn Viss, Mr Tom Conning, SPC Entrekin and Capt Kristen Duncan.
We are extremely honored to bring you these visits with our deployed Heroes of Freedom. And, we are very honored to have you, our listeners, join us each week.
Our hearts and prayers go out to our military members, families, Veterans and to all of our first responders & their families - everyone who puts their lives on hold and on the line for us and our families.
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We wish you all a good, safe and healthy week.
May God Bless You All And May God Bless America!
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