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WGVU Public Media announces LZ Michigan 2017

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LZ Michigan 2017, a “Landing Zone” to remember, honor and celebrate community veterans will kick off Friday, September 22nd previewing Ken Burns’ “The Vietnam War” as part of the ArtPrize Cinema Series.

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Chief Warrant Officer 2 Christopher Charles Johnson

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Short Bio of CWO2 Christopher Charles Johnson Nov. 27,1975 – Aug. 14, 2007

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LZ Michigan: Remember, Honor, Celebrate

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We begin a new segment on LZ Michigan: Remember, Honor, Celebrate.

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The Wall That Heals

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We talk LZ Michigan each month. Today we talk about the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund and The Wall That Heals with Tim Tetz and Tim Eernisse.

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A BRIEF OVERVIEW OF MY TIME IN SERVICE IN WORLD WAR II

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At the end of August 1944 the 10th Armored Division was sent to Camp Shanks, New York, the port of embarkation for Europe. The division boarded ship on Sept. 12, 1944 and we arrived at Cherbourg, France on Sept. 23, 1944.

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Veterans Coming Home

For the Benefit of the Team

Aired: 2016-06-01 04:00:00 6:09 Rating: NR

Elizabeth Hash, a Kansas City Army National Guard recruiter, feels she found her tribe.

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Celebration of Service #3530

Celebration of Service #3530

Celebration of Service Show #3530

Why homecoming can be particularly hard for female veterans

Why homecoming can be particularly hard for female veterans

Why homecoming can be particularly hard for female veterans

50 years on, veterans find healing in return to Vietnam

50 years on, veterans find healing in return to Vietnam

Special correspondent Mike Cerre, who served in Vietnam, reports from Danang.

Veterans Affairs Dept. reformers find the fix is not in

Veterans Affairs Dept. reformers find the fix is not in

Hari Sreenivasan talks to Quil Lawrence about why the new system is plagued by old issues.

Cheering on families who've lost loved ones in combat

Cheering on families who've lost loved ones in combat

Honoring service members lost in combat by cheering on their families