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Borne the Battle Episode #251: Benefits Breakdown – Community Care Program

The VHA Office of Community Care (OCC) aims to place the choice of provider in the hands of eligible Veterans and assist them in finding the best options for their care.

Borne the Battle #250: Marine Corps Veteran Billy Mills, Olympic Gold Medalist, Lakota Warrior

In this 250th episode of Borne the Battle, Marine Corps Veteran and Olympic Gold Medalist and Lakota Warrior Billy Mills talks service, Olympics, and current work with Running Strong for American Indian Youth.

By |August 2nd, 2021|Borne the Battle, Borne the Battle podcast, Tanner Iskra, Top Stories, Tribal Affairs, VA Podcast Network|Comments Off on Borne the Battle #250: Marine Corps Veteran Billy Mills, Olympic Gold Medalist, Lakota Warrior

Borne the Battle #249: Denise Jelinski-Hall, 3rd Senior Enlisted Advisor, National Guard Bureau

Denise Jelinski-Hall felt stuck in her small hometown of Little Falls, Minnesota, so she created a new future for herself by joining the Air Force. Years, later, Jelinski-Hall became – at the time – the highest-ranking enlisted female in United States military history.

By |July 5th, 2021|Borne the Battle podcast, Top Stories, Women Veterans|Comments Off on Borne the Battle #249: Denise Jelinski-Hall, 3rd Senior Enlisted Advisor, National Guard Bureau

Borne the Battle #248: Air Force Veteran Marti Moore, Group Vice President of Technology Implementation, Spectrum Charter Communications

This week’s episode of Borne the Battle features Air Force Veteran Marti Moore, who discusses her military career and her road to becoming the group vice president of Technology Implementation at Spectrum Charter Communications.

Borne the Battle #247: Irreverent Warriors

This week’s episode of Borne the Battle features Texas Army National Guard Veteran Cindy McNally and Marine Corps Veteran Nate McDonald, the President and Vice President of Irreverent Warriors.

Borne the Battle #246: Navy Veteran Jonathan Kingham, Nashville and Operation Song Songwriter

High military aptitude test scores and high school curiosity earned Jonathan Kingham a place in the Navy that started him on the path toward a career as a singer-songwriter. On this episode of Borne the Battle, Kingham discusses the how the Navy helped him enter the Seattle music scene, the evolution and future of the music industry and how singers and songwriters make a living from music.

Borne the Battle #245: Air Force Veteran Josh Seefried, DADT Repeal Advocate

In this episode of Borne the Battle, Josh Seefried shares his life story, from being blackmailed and outed as gay to becoming one of the nation’s foremost advocates for LGBT active-duty service members.

Borne the Battle #244: Army Veteran Gavin McIlvenna, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier

This week’s Borne the Battle features Army Veteran Gavin McIlvenna, who discusses his military career, the selection process of becoming and walking as a tomb guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, his mentors, how he found the Society of the Honor Guard, crazy guard stories, and the process of disinterring a Veteran at the tomb.

Borne the Battle #243: Benefits Breakdown, Veterans Legacy Memorial

The Veterans Legacy Memorial website at https://www.vlm.cem.va.gov/ memorializes the over 3.7 million Veterans interred in VA national cemeteries.

Borne the Battle BONUS: COVID Update #9: Vaccine Acceptance Successes, Building Trust with the Minority Veteran Community

Veteran vaccine acceptance comes down to trust and truth, according to VA Office of Health and Equity’s Dr. Ernest Moy. On this bonus episode, Dr. Moy provides updates on Veteran vaccination rates and vaccine acceptance.

By |May 22nd, 2021|Borne the Battle podcast, Coronavirus, Health, Top Stories, VA Podcast Network|Comments Off on Borne the Battle BONUS: COVID Update #9: Vaccine Acceptance Successes, Building Trust with the Minority Veteran Community

Borne the Battle #242: Navy SEAL Veteran Al Kovach, Paralympian and Former President of PVA

When Navy Veteran Al Kovach woke up after spinal surgery, he asked the nurse if he was still alive. She answered affirmatively, and he immediately began to plan for his future as a paralyzed Veteran. He became a Paralympian, 2X winner of the LA Marathon and is a former President of Paralyzed Veterans of America.

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