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    "Buck Stienke and I were honored to be on Military Moms Talk Radio show last week. Wow! What a dedicated bunch of wonderful (and witty) ladies. We're proud to be a part of and associated with a group like Military Moms in support of and dedicated to our armed forces, both past and present. Oorah!" - Ken Farmer and Buck Stienke Co-Authors of the Black Eagle Force series. "Appearing on Military Mom Talk Radio was a fantastic experience. Sandra and her team were wonderful to work with. Programs such as this one are so important because they cut through the hype and sensationalism and offer real military families a chance to address the general public about the realities of military life. All too often, the media focus is on the hardships of military life, so it's refreshing to have an outlet like Military Mom Talk Radio where guests can share not only the challenges of military life, but also the rewards. Less than one percent of our citizens serve in the Armed Forces. Understandably, there's a huge military/civilian divide. With our country involved in two wars, we can all benefit from more programming featuring the stories of real military families." - Andi Hurley
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    Military families are our nation's treasure. Yet, spread around the world, they are not always aware of the great support they have here at home. One of the best ways Military families can learn about organizations such as Operation Gratitude is through radio shows like Military Mom Talk Radio that are available on Itunes and the Internet. Military Mom Radio is a great resource that can be downloaded anywhere and anytime, enabling our military to know they are appreciated and providing the civilian community opportunities to get involved in great causes.
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    Military Mom Talk Radio is a unique combination of seasoned interviewer Sandra Beck with military wives Robin Boyd and Tina Gonzalez. They bring new, exciting, innovative topics to the internet providing a downloadable broadcast through Itunes for our families stationed around the globe. To have these shows packed with vital information and cutting edge web resources for military families available 24-7 for our families is a vital resource and should not be missed. Debbie Gregory Founder/ MilitaryConnection.com
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Military Mom Talk Radio hosted by Sandra Beck welcomes Debbie Gregory of Military Connection.com, February 28th

Debbie Gregory, MilitaryConnection.com, Military Connection, resources for military personnel, resources for military families, support for veterans, support for military spuoses, resources for the military, Military Mom Talk Radio, Motherhood Incorporated, Sandra Beck, Tina Gonzales, Robin BoydAs both the CEO of MilitaryConnection.com and the founder of the Veteran and Military Business Owners Association (VAMBOA), Debbie Gregory covers all the bases when it comes to serving the needs of Military and Veteran Communities. MilitaryConnection.com, one of the most popular websites on the Internet for active military, veterans and their families, is referred to as The Go To Site for jobs, benefits, news, and information regarding education benefits.

The web site is one of the most comprehensive online directories of military and veteran resources with thousands of pages and something for everyone. Ms. Gregory, who was named Woman Business Owner of the Year by NAWBO – Ventura County (National Association of Women Business Owners) said that the huge reach of MilitaryConnection.com allows her to do what she truly enjoys-assisting veterans, active duty military, their families, and a number of non-profits. The web site not only helps publicize their needs and events, but also facilitates win/win partnerships with corporations that want to reach this audience and increase their positive visibility as well as support those who serve, past and present. It was through Gregory’s work on MilitaryConnection.com with Veterans and Corporations that she saw the need for VAMBOA. She recognized that Veterans made outstanding business owners and entrepreneurs. VAMBOA is the fastest growing non-profit trade association in the nation for Veteran and Service Disabled Veteran Business owners.

Visit www.militaryconnection.com for more information.

Military Mom Talk Radio on airs on Mondays at 2pm pst on Toginet and can be downloaded directly from www.itunes.com. Military Mom Talk Radio is co-hosted by Sandra Beck, Tina Gonzalez and Robin Boyd and powered by Motherhood Incorporated.

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Military Mom Talk Radio hosted by Sandra Beck welcomes Pat Brisson, author of Sometimes We Were Brave, February 14th

Sometimes We Were Brave is a picture book that portrays the special challenges military children face written by Pat Brisson. It’s about Jerome, whose mother is in the U.S. Navy and is shipping out for an extended period. Jerome’s mother kisses him good-bye and tells him to be brave, but he’s not sure he can do that.  He misses her a lot and worries about her out on her ship so far from home.  But when a wise teacher explains that being brave doesn’t mean not being afraid, but rather, doing what you’re supposed to do even though you’re afraid, he begins to realize that he has been brave all along.

Sandra Beck, Military Mom Talk Radio, Mom Talk Radio, Talk Radio for Mothers, ,  Christy Holly, Rick Swanson, Itunes, Military Mom Incorporated, Toginet, Itunes,  Military Radio Show, Military Mom Radio Show, Podcasts for Military, Podcasts for Military Moms, Military Mom Podcast, Military Mothers Radio, Shows for Moms in Military, Pat Brisson, Sometimes We Were Brave, The Summer My Father Was TenPat is not from a military family, but as a children’s author, she visited many schools to talk about reading and writing.  When she visited DoDD schools in Panama and Guantanamo, she became interested in the military family subculture. As a parent, she wondered how she would deal with having to leave my children for long periods, and as a writer she wondered what it was like for the kids left behind.   Sometimes We Were Brave was written as a tribute to military families and a salute to the sacrifices made by the children of those serving in the armed forces.

Pat Brisson is the author of twenty books for young people.  Her picture book, The Summer My Father Was Ten, won the Christopher Medal, an award given to books that “affirm the highest values of the human spirit.”  Her picture book Mama Loves Me from Away, about a young girl whose mother is in prison, inspired her to volunteer at the state prison for women in New Jersey.  Since 2003 she has coordinated Project Storybook that allows the women to choose books to record and mail home to their children.   Her most recent picture book, Sometimes We Were Brave, was selected as an honor book in the picture book category by the Society of School Librarians International.  She is the mother of four sons.  She and her husband live in Phillipsburg, NJ.

Tune into Pat Brisson on Military Mom Talk Radio on February 14, 2011 at 2pm pst or download this shows from www.itunes.com and www.MilitaryMomTalkRadio.com.

Military Mom Talk Radio on airs on Mondays at 2pm PST, 5 pm EST on www.Toginet.com and can be downloaded directly from www.itunes.com. Military Mom Talk Radio is co-hosted by Sandra Beck, Tina Gonzalez and Robin Boyd, produced by Rick Swanson, hosted by Toginet Radio and powered by Motherhood Incorporated.

A Surviving Mom of a Fallen Soldier Talks About Her Journey and TAPS on Military Mom Talk Radio with Sandra Beck on February 7th, 2011 on Toginet.com

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Author Betsy Beard visits Military Mom Talk Radio

As the surviving mom of SPC Bradley Beard, who was killed in action in Iraq, Betsy Beard has been associated with TAPS since 2004, first as a survivor requesting a Peer Mentor and then as a participant in the National Survivor Seminar. Betsy became a TAPS Peer Mentor in May of 2005 after attending Peer Mentor Training. She began to write extensively in 2005 and has published articles in TAPS Magazine, Living with Loss Magazine, and Hospice Foundation of America’s 2008 Living with Grief.
Betsy is the editor for the national quarterly TAPS Magazine. She also assists with the writing of various other TAPS publications including the award-winning children’s book, Klinger, A Story of Honor and Hope.

Betsy has served as a support group facilitator and workshop presenter at TAPS regional and national seminars and currently co-facilitates the Raleigh, North Carolina TAPS Care Group. She has presented workshops on bereavement for the Department of Veterans Affairs’ Regional and National Trainings and participated in the Casualty Notification training for the United States Army Casualty and Mortuary Affairs Operation Center (CMAOC).

Prior to the death of her son, Betsy worked in the banking industry, home-schooled her children through high school, and spent 21 years working in hospital laboratories as a Medical Laboratory Technologist.

About TAPS
TAPS is the national organization providing compassionate care to anyone grieving the death of someone who served in the military. Founded out of tragedy by military families in 1994, the nonprofit organization has offered support to more than 30,000 people. TAPS provides peer-based emotional support, grief and trauma resources, seminars for adults, Good Grief Camps for children, case work assistance, and 24/7 crisis intervention care for all who have been affected by a death in the Armed Forces. Services are provided free of charge. For more information go to http://www.taps.org or call toll-free 800.959.TAPS.

Military Mom Talk Radio on airs on Mondays at 2pm pst, 5 pm est on Toginet.com and can be downloaded directly from http://www.itunes.com. Military Mom Talk Radio is co-hosted by Sandra Beck, Tina Gonzalez and Robin Boyd, produced by Rick Swanson, hosted by Toginet Radio and powered by Motherhood Incorporated.

Operation Gratitude Scheduling a “Labeling Day” February 11

From our friends at Operation Gratitude –

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Dear Volunteers,

WOW!! You assembled and shipped more than 45,000 Holiday care packages (including our 600,000th package), and assembled an additional 6,000+ packages which we will send out over the next three months as we receive requests. This was an enormously successful Holiday Drive!! My deepest thanks to each of you for your time, efforts and dedication.

I also want to add my gratitude to our Catering Supervisor, Marsha Roseman, her terrific team of kitchen volunteers, and our very generous Lunch Sponsors who kindly prepare and serve lunch to all of us on Assembly Days. I have listed and linked the Lunch Donors below and hope you will have the opportunity to express your appreciation to them.

We have set the dates for the 2011 Patriotic Drive–I have included the schedule below. Please mark your calendars now!! We will post the 2011 Holiday Drive Schedule in the Spring.

Always check emails, Twitter and our website for schedule change notifications!

We have a “Labeling Day” scheduled to label and custom form completed care packages:
Friday February 11, 2010 from 9-2
Please join us for any time you are available that day.

As in the past, we welcome children ages 12 and older to all activities at the Armory; those ages 12-16 must have a responsible adult with transportation on the premises. Due to insurance, liability and safety concerns, we must strictly adhere to these rules–there will be NO EXCEPTIONS. Younger children are encouraged to write letters and organize recycling drives from home.

Every Assembly Day, you hear me praise and thank our wonderful team of “Supervisors”, those “Hard Corps Volunteers in the Royal Blue Shirts,” who accept responsibility for specific areas of our operation. As Operation Gratitude continues to grow, we need and welcome more Supervisors! If you are interested and available, especially during the week, please email or call our Director of Operations, Charlie Othold: othold@yahoo.com or 818-437-6201.

We have a special team of volunteers dedicated to reading and screening the personal letters submitted for the care packages. This is a critical task that requires careful attention, concentration and adherence to our strict content guidelines. If you are willing to read letters at home and/or at the armory, please contact Linda Barber at: lindalebar@yahoo.com or 818-996-3158. We have a mandatory meeting for all screeners at the Armory on February 11 (same day as labeling) at 12:00 Noon.

The Castaic Lake/Los Angeles Merrell Down & Dirty Mud Run will take place the night of Saturday April 16 (first ever Night Run) and the morning of Sunday April 17. We’d like a huge turn-out of “our family” to participate, volunteer and/or spectate this year. Stay tuned for exciting information about “Team Operation Gratitude!”

Again, many thanks for your phenomenal efforts in support of our troops. You truly made a difference in their lives during the Holiday season, as evidenced by the thousands of emails and letters we have received from our service members. Regularly check our Facebook Page and/or the Mail Call section of our site to read their very touching words and visit the Packages Arrive Photo Album to see their pictures and smiles. If you missed the news about the delivery of our 600,000th Care Package by the Commandant of the Marine Corps, click here: Special Delivery

All my best wishes for a happy and healthy New Year to you and your loved ones! I look forward to working with you this year.

Carolyn Blashek, president of Operation Gratitude

Many Thanks to Our Wonderful Lunch Sponsors:
Subway
Lancaster Rotary
Buca di Beppo
Jewel City Kiwanis Club
Maria’s Italian KItchen

Military Mom Talk Radio hosted by Sandra Beck welcomes Jeffrey Worthington, iHistory WW2 Project, January 24th

Jeffrey Worthington, iHistory WW2, documentary filmmaker, WW2 documentary, Interviewing WW2 veterans, WW2 vets, Military Mom Talk Radio, Sandra Beck, Tina Gonzales, Robin Boyd, Motherhood IncorporatedSince graduating from Eastern New Mexico University, Producer/Director Jeffrey Worthington has dedicated the last four years to creating media that will help personalize World War II for high school students.   He developed a keen understanding of teenage audiences by writing and directing short productions for a high school drama team.  He and his team performed for youth audiences in New Mexico, Texas, and Colorado.

Being an avid photographer and aspiring filmmaker, he has also written, directed, filmed, and edited a number of short film projects.  One of his short films about medical ethics was shown to the Congressional Ethics Committee in 2005.

His documentary, “For the Love of Freedom,” currently in production, features WWII veterans and civilians from across the United States and Europe.  He is currently coordinating the “iHistory Project: WWII,” a national YouTube competition for high school students (www.iHistoryProjectWW2.org).

The iHistory Project will connect teenagers with WWII veterans, giving students the opportunity to hear first-hand accounts of history. The students will film an interview with a WWII veteran that will be submitted to the Library of Congress, then they will use editing recourse provided on our website to make a mini-documentary which they will submit to the competition on YouTube.

The idea that became the iHistory Project began in 2009 through Worthington’s vision of using media to mobilize youth to discover history from the people that made it. He and his team garnered support from organizations and individuals, developed the iHistory website, and pushed through obstacles in the pursuit of preserving our American history and connecting two distant generations.

Military Mom Talk Radio on airs on Mondays at 2pm pst on www.toginet.com and can be downloaded directly from www.itunes.com .  Military Mom Talk Radio is co-hosted by Sandra Beck, Tina Gonzalez, and Robin Boyd, and powered by Motherhood Incorporated.

Military Mom Talk Radio Hosted by Sandra Beck Welcomes Debbie Gregory of Military Connection, January 17th

Debbie Gregory, MilitaryConnection.com, Military Connection, resources for military personnel, resources for military families, support for veterans, support for military spuoses, resources for the military, Military Mom Talk Radio, Motherhood Incorporated, Sandra Beck, Tina Gonzales, Robin BoydAs both the CEO of MilitaryConnection.com and the founder of the Veteran and Military Business Owners Association (VAMBOA), Debbie Gregory covers all the bases when it comes to serving the needs of Military and Veteran Communities. MilitaryConnection.com, one of the most popular websites on the Internet for active military, veterans and their families, is referred to as The Go To Site for jobs, benefits, news, and information regarding education benefits.

The web site is one of the most comprehensive online directories of military and veteran resources with thousands of pages and something for everyone. Ms. Gregory, who was named Woman Business Owner of the Year by NAWBO – Ventura County (National Association of Women Business Owners) said that the huge reach of MilitaryConnection.com allows her to do what she truly enjoys-assisting veterans, active duty military, their families, and a number of non-profits. The web site not only helps publicize their needs and events, but also facilitates win/win partnerships with corporations that want to reach this audience and increase their positive visibility as well as support those who serve, past and present. It was through Gregory’s work on MilitaryConnection.com with Veterans and Corporations that she saw the need for VAMBOA. She recognized that Veterans made outstanding business owners and entrepreneurs. VAMBOA is the fastest growing non-profit trade association in the nation for Veteran and Service Disabled Veteran Business owners.

Visit www.militaryconnection.com for more information.

Military Mom Talk Radio on airs on Mondays at 2pm pst on Toginet and can be downloaded directly from www.itunes.com. Military Mom Talk Radio is co-hosted by Sandra Beck, Tina Gonzalez and Robin Boyd and powered by Motherhood Incorporated.

Military Mom Talk Radio Features “Her War Her Voice” on January 10th

Her War Her Voice, Melissa Seligman, Chris Piper, Military Mom Talk Radio, military spouses, Sandra Beck, Tina Gonzales, Robin BoydHer War Her Voice is a safe, anonymous and free interactive community designed to hear the silent warriors.  There is no rank. No judgment.  Instead, Her War Her Voice  highlights her story. Her voice.

Melissa Seligman and Chris Piper join Sandra and Tina to talk about their project. Their website describes how those in uniform train to fight, survive, and emerge victorious. They spend months learning to combat their enemy and how to evade danger. Their families, however, have no training. No way to ensure that they are even surviving.  They have no way to identify the enemy. And they have no way to quantify their victory. Still, they rise.

A military spouse’s life revolves around waiting, always waiting, and hoping you have done enough, been enough, laughed enough, loved enough.  They move through the military lifestyle, always wondering if they have meet the “standard,” or if they have the strength to maintain a family. Military spouses push to be more – to break free of the confines of a label. The simple fact is a military spouse cannot be defined or simply put into a category.

Spouses don’t expect to be the ones with war wounds or the ones who need help. They don’t feel entitled. After all, they wear no uniform.  But spouses ARE in the battle.

Her War Her Voice is breaking the silence. Your battle cry is heard, your need to voice your struggle is answered. And the beauty in your victory. You are celebrated, supported, and commended. Melissa and Chris have also co-authored a book, “A Heart Apart” for military kids. Visit www.herwarhervoice.com for more information. 

 
Military Mom Talk Radio on airs on Mondays at 2pm pst, 5 pm est on Toginet.com and can be downloaded directly from    www.itunes.com. Military Mom Talk Radio is co-hosted by Sandra Beck, Tina Gonzalez and Robin Boyd, produced by Rick Swanson, hosted by Toginet Radio and powered by Motherhood Incorporated.

Military Mom Talk Radio Welcomes Sue Lynch from There And Back Again, January 3rd

Military Mom Talk Radio welcomes in the new year with There & Back Again; a non-profit reintegration program offered at no cost to veterans of all branches of the U.S. Armed Forces. Because of their combat service abroad, many veterans return home with a myriad of complex emotional issues, including Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). TABA offers a structured program of yoga, meditation and alternative approaches to healing the whole body to help veterans transition back to their lives stateside.

Our objective is teach veterans how to use breath awareness, meditation and yoga to manage their symptoms of PTSD, to improve their relationships with loved ones, to begin to fully participate in their lives, and to give back to their fellow veterans through TABA’s Train the Trainer program. TABA is comprised of respected professionals who are dedicated to the healing of our military men and women, and our program is based on both the latest research on the benefits of alternative therapies and staff and advisory board members’ personal successes managing symptoms of PTSD.  For more information, visit www.thereandback-again.org.

Sue Lynch, There and Back Again, Military Mom Talk Radio, Assistance for veterans, Helping veterans reintegrate, Reintegration for veterans, Charlestown Yoga, Sandra Beck, Tina Gonzales, Robin Boyd, Motherhood IncorporatedExecutive Director Sue Lynch is an attorney and an officer in the Judge Advocate General Corp in the US Army Reserve.  A veteran herself having served in the Gulf War and in Kosovo, Sue found practicing yoga to be instrumental in recovering from PTSD, became a certified yoga instructor and has since opened her own yoga practice in Charlestown, MA where she also offers Train The Trainer programs for There And Back Again.  Based on her personal experience, Sue is passionate about offering a comprehensive approach to healing to her fellow veterans now, not 10 years from now, so that they too can find relief. Sue works with the Veterans Administration, Vet Centers, Yellow Ribbon Program, Warrior Transition Program and Department of Veteran Services to educate and train staff and veterans on techniques to facilitate self-care. Being in charge of our own healing paves our journey back to ourselves.

Prior to her commission, Sue held the rank of Staff Sergeant. She enlisted in the Army Reserves and completed Basic Training in 1987. Sue graduated from Suffolk University, Suffolk Law School, U.S. Army Judge Advocate General’s Officer Basic and Advanced Course. She received her 200-hour yoga teacher certification from Finding Inner Peace Yoga School and is a registered yoga teacher with the Yoga Alliance. Sue is a certified Reiki 2 practitioner and Level 1 iRest and Integrative Yoga Therapy. She serves on the Massachusetts Women Veterans’ Network, Operation Homefront, Black Lotus Yoga Project.  Visit www.charlestownyoga.com for more information.

Military Mom Talk Radio on airs on Mondays at 2pm pst, 5 pm est on Toginet.com and can be downloaded directly from    www.itunes.com. Military Mom Talk Radio is co-hosted by Sandra Beck, Tina Gonzalez and Robin Boyd, produced by Rick Swanson, hosted by Toginet Radio and powered by Motherhood Incorporated.

Military Mom Talk Radio welcomes Allessandra Kellerman of Homefront Hugs, December 6th

Homefront Hugs, Allesandra Kellerman, support the military, Military Mom Talk Radio, Sandra Beck, Tina Gonzales, This week on Military Mom Talk Radio, Sandra and Tina welcomed Allessandra Kellerman, founder of Homefront Hugs – an organization dedicated to providing support and comfort to service members, veterans and their families.  A national non-profit organization with over 10,000 active members and 50,000 members in all, Homefront Hugs brings a touch of home to soldiers serving all over the world with programs such as Operation Healing Angel, Homefront Welcome Home Hugs, Homefront Hugs for Kids, and Homefront Hugs Hero Adoption. 

Certainly the holidays are a special time to reach out and support our troops, but Homefront Hugs encourages us all to stay in touch with our military personnel all year long. 

For more information about Homefront Hugs’ services, visit www.homefronthugs.org.

Military Mom Talk Radio on airs on Mondays at 2pm pst on Toginet and can be downloaded directly from  www.itunes.com . Military Mom Talk Radio is co-hosted by Sandra Beck, Tina Gonzalez and Robin Boyd and powered by Motherhood Incorporated.

Military Mom Talk Radio hosted by Sandra Beck and powered by Motherhood Incorporated welcomes Lisa Cypers Kamen, November 29

Lisa Cypers Kamen, Lisa Kamen, Harvesting Happiness, Harviesting Happiness Talk Radio, Sandra Beck, Tina Gonzales, Military Mom Talk Radio, Robin Boyd, PTSD, supporting military familiesJoin Sandra, Tina, and Robin as they welcome Lisa Cypers Kamen to Military Mom Talk Radio.  Filmmaker, speaker, author, coach, and now radio talk host on Toginet, Lisa has developed a specialized Harvesting Happiness™ program for returning military personnel and their families experiencing Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and difficulties reintegrating back to civilian life.  The integrated curriculum uses a stigma free multidisciplinary approach to assist soldiers and their loved ones heal to heal the traumas of war and reawaken happiness in their hearts.

The goal of the program is to empower and assist others in flourishing through awareness, intention and self‐mastery. Harvesting Happiness can serve as an adjunct to other treatment modalities.

Harvesting Happiness™ teaches her audiences to change the way we approach our thoughts and feelings rather than a “quick fix” for instant but fleeting gratification, thus helping to cultivate life-long positive thinking.

As a guest lecturer at the University of Southern California, other colleges and a past consultant to Project+, a multidisciplinary research project on happiness and how it can impact the world, Lisa brings to her Harvesting Happiness™ workshops the most up‐to‐date research and information combined with her simple no‐nonsense warm and humorous approach to “felicitate” joy.

Lisa’s program Harvesting Happiness Talk Radio airs live every Wednesday at 9 am pst. on the Toginet network. 

Military Mom Talk Radio on airs on Mondays at 2pm pst on Toginet and can be downloaded directly from  www.itunes.com . Military Mom Talk Radio is co-hosted by Sandra Beck, Tina Gonzalez and Robin Boyd and powered by Motherhood Incorporated.