THE AMERICAN VETERAN SHOW

HONORING THOSE WHO SERVE OR HAVE SERVED OUR COUNTRY

The American Veteran Show.

Every Sunday. Exclusively on 710 KNUS Denver.

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I love The American Veteran Show. Thanks for YOUR SERVICE. I never mean to listen to The American Veteran Show, but once I start, I can’t stop until the show is over. I’m always thinking it’ll make me sad, but once I’m into it, it makes me hopeful. Please talk about the Vet suicides more… talking about it will shine a light on it…
— M. Brelsford
I am new to listening to the show but I really enjoy it! I think there are a lot of new issues affecting today’s and more recent generations of the military and they are often overlooked. From mental health being pushed aside because of command reprisal or the constant body armor weight that is causing thousands of spine and hip issues for young troops, barracks still having black mold and asbestos. Medication abuse/over prescribing is a big issue as well I feel in the military as a whole. I spent 8 years active duty as an FMF Corpsman and I loved it. But the top of the chain wont look at these issues and the public is not aware. Have a good one!
— B. Hodgson
As a combat veteran, grandson, son, nephew, brother of combat veterans and as a clinical mental health counselor, ACRONYM is a documentary film that should be watched by anyone who wants to understand veterans and help them heal. Whether watching it as a veteran, family member or clinician who wants to support veterans, ACRONYM is definitely impactful. The very film itself has the potential to relieve the suffering of veterans by raising awareness of the impact of combat, connecting veterans with effective treatment and - above all else - help veterans understand they are not alone.
— D. France