TFH Live, June 9th: A D-Day Tribute

does walmart pharmacy sell generic viagra Last Friday, June 6th, was the 70th Anniversary of D-Day, the invasion of France at Normandy and the opening of the “second front” against Hitler and Germany in World War II.

Monday’s Their Finest Hour program (June 9) on Vigilant Liberty Radio, starting at 10pm Eastern/7pm Pacific, is a tribute and is dedicated to, the thousands of men of the Allied Expeditionary Force who executed Operation Overlord, and the other countless thousands of men and women who made it possible. buy Dilantin 100mg UPDATE: REPLAY ADDED!

I’ll be recounting the stories of the Medal of Honor recipients from June 6-9, 1944, plus will be reading an honor roll of the hundreds of men who received either the Distinguished Service Cross or the Navy Cross for their valor.

There will also be several stories from D-Day, some of which you’ve probably never heard before. As I did with the TFH Memorial Day program, we’ll also open up the phones so you can offer your own tributes if you like.

You can listen to the program through the embedded player in the right column (which will have the live stream playing at show time), through the VLR page at Spreaker or through one of their mobile device apps.

And here’s the replay! If you prefer to listen offline, simply click “Spreaker” in the player, and you’ll be taken to the page where you can download the MP3 of the show!

The best way to catch VLR programs though is in our interactive, registration-free chat room with embedded show player. Come there at show time, and get my attention that way, plus trade thoughts with your fellow listeners.

As always, thank you for your support and listenership, and please keep the Facebook “likes” coming for both VLR and TFH, and the follows for @VigilantLiberty and @TFHBlogAndShow on Twitter!


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