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Someone You Should Know: SFC Gerald A Wolford
Posted by: McQ on Monday, June 11, 2007

I'm really enjoying the opportunity to take the Project Hero posts and turn them into this segment for Pundit Review radio on Sunday night on WRKO 680am out of Boston. It's one thing to write about these heroes. It's quite another to be able to literally tell their stories. Hope you enjoy this one about SFC Gerald Wolford of 3/325, 82nd Airborne Division.

While there you may want to listen to a couple of other interviews they did. One with presidential candidate Duncan Hunter and one with Jeff Bader, one of the founders of "Soldier's Angels". SA is among the most remarkable support organizations there is for our wounded soldiers.

As usual, Kevin Whalen and Gregg Jackson do a great job with the show. If you're unfamiliar with it, it is on from 7-10 Sunday nights and they highlight the "new media" talking with bloggers and news makers from all over. It is available live via internet as well. Simply go to WRKO.com, sign up and be ready to listen.
 
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