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Every Brat Has a Story Podcast #17

2007-03-25 :: Military Brats Registry
Length: 24s

With three of his five siblings battling cancer, Military Brat Gene Connor knew he had to do something to help. So he made a commitment to cycle 2,000 miles to raise $10,000 for the American Cancer Society as it pursues its mission to eliminate cancer. In this podcast we'll find out what Military Brats can do to support Gene's efforts to raise money for research to stamp out a disease that nearly everyone's life has been touched by in one way or another.…

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Every Brat Has a Story Podcast #16

2006-12-31 :: Military Brats Registry
Length: 21s

Howard Wong was born in Guangzhou, China, in the late 1920s. His father was Lieutenant General Huang Guang Rui of the Nationalist Chinese Air Force. Lt. General Huang Guang Rui served under Sun Zhongshan (Sun Yat-sen), and later under Jiang Jieshi (Chiang Kai-shek). During China's war against the Japanese invaders in the 1930s and 40s, Howard moved around China with his father, mother, and siblings. He lived in Guangzhou, Chengdu, and Hong Kong. His father had good relationships with General James Doolittle and General George C. Marshall. Howard later emigrated to the United States in the late 1940s where he has been ever since.…

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Every Brat Has a Story Podcast #15

2006-10-01 :: Military Brats Registry
Length: 21s

October 1, 2006 marks the 57th anniversary of the People's Republic of China. Military Brats Edwina, Jim and Cheryl Fortress lived in Nanking, China on the day the Communist government ordered all non-citizens to leave the country. In this interview with Edwina Fortress Mohler we hear of her experiences on that day.…

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Every Brat Has a Story Podcast #13

2006-03-18 :: Military Brats Registry
Length: 20s

In 1972, there were 371,366 dependents of military personnel living overseas. Michael Ritter, '73 graduate of K-town in Germany has recently released his book titled The Brat Chronicles, a reflection of the experiences of these thousands of Americans who fought the good fight, not on the field of battle, but in living rooms of military housing around the world. We also hear from Dan Rockholt and his impressions of the Brat Film. Listen for the special coupon offer in the Brat Store.…

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Every Brat Has a Story Podcast #14

2006-03-18 :: Military Brats Registry
Length: 40s

December 7, 1941 is a day that will be remembered forever. On that day, 14 year old Trubee Wetterau lived at Schofield Barracks near Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. In this podcast, Trubee shares her experience as a Military Brat when America was attacked.…

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Every Brat Has a Story Podcast #12

2006-02-19 :: Military Brats Registry
Length: 27s

In 1964, an old Air Force base on the plains of Kansas became Schilling Manor--the only base ever to be set aside for the wives and children of soldiers assigned to Vietnam. Author Donna Moreau was the daughter of one such waiting wife and in her book "Waiting Wives, the Story of Schilling Manor, Home front to the Vietnam war Donna investigates an extraordinary group of women.…

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Every Brat Has a Story Podcast #11

2006-02-03 :: Military Brats Registry
Length: 5s

Military Brats Registry release of the new song, That's The Life They Lived is presented along with an interview with Mark Blasco of podcastthemes.com.…

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Every Brat Has a Story Podcast Theme

2006-01-01 :: Military Brats Registry

30 second Podcast theme for the Military Brats Registry. Commercial use prohibited without express written permission from the Military Brats Registry…

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Every Brat Has a Story Podcast #10

2006-01-01 :: Military Brats Registry
Length: 20s

Richard Meese discusses his new book, "Detour" and growing up military. We also introduce our new Military Brats Registry Podcast Theme!…

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Every Brat Has a Story Podcast Promo

2006-01-01 :: Military Brats Registry
Length: 1s

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Every Brat Has a Story Podcast #9

2005-12-05 :: Military Brats Registry
Length: 21s

Marc Curtis talks about the creation of the Military Brats Registry…

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Every Brat Has a Story Podcast #8

2005-11-24 :: Military Brats Registry
Length: 17s

Karl Crowe discusses life as a "typical" Military Brat.…

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Every Brat Has a Story Podcast #7

2005-11-08 :: Military Brats Registry
Length: 21s

Arnon Reichers tells about her experiences in Vietnam…

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Every Brat Has a Story Podcast #6

2005-09-29 :: Military Brats Registry
Length: 14s

In Podcast #6 we talk to Future Akins, Air Force Brat and Assistant Professor of Art at Texas Tech University in Lubbock, TX. as well as an active artist. Future sent an email to the Military Brats Registry and wrote, "I would like to ask any Military Brat who is an artist what impact growing up a a brat has had on their art work, positive or negative, neutral or intense." We'll hear Future talk about her life growing up military and how it affected her career as an artist and professor.…

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Every Brat Has a Story Podcast #4

2005-09-26 :: Military Brats Registry
Length: 8s

Gene Moser talks about Operation Footlocker, the "Mobile Military Brat Monument".…

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Every Brat Has a Story Podcast #5

2005-09-26 :: Military Brats Registry
Length: 25s

In Podcast #5 we talk to Sylvester James Gates, Army Brat and John S. Toll Professor of Physics and Director of the Center for String and Particle Theory at the University of Maryland. Jim gives us a simple explanation of String Particle Theory, and talks about how growing up military shaped his life. We also talk about finding lost friends.…

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Every Brat Has a Story Podcast #3

2005-09-19 :: Military Brats Registry
Length: 20s

Mary Edwards Wertsch discusses her book, "Military Brats: Legacies of Childhood Inside the Fortress" and the preservation of Military Brat culture and history.…

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Every Brat Has a Story Podcast #2

2005-08-22 :: Military Brats Registry
Length: 19s

"Savvy Traveler" Rudy Maxa talks about growing up military and how his experiences around the world eventually led to becoming one of America's best known travel journalists.…

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Every Brat Has a Story Podcast #1

2005-07-29 :: Military Brats Registry
Length: 16s

"Where are you from?" is asked of Military Brats and discussed by Donna Musil of Brats Without Borders Productions, producer of the Brat Film "Brats: Our Journey Home".…

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