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Stories about growing up military, interviews with authors and celebrities who are Military Brats
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DATE: Sun, 25 Mar 2007
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Every Brat Has a Story Podcast #17

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.

DATE: Sun, 31 Dec 2006
SIZE: 19.6 MB
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Every Brat Has a Story Podcast #16

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.

DATE: Fri, 01 Dec 2006
SIZE: 0.71 MB
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Every Brat Has a Story Podcast Theme

"Every Brat Has a Story": Podcast Theme

DATE: Sun, 01 Oct 2006
SIZE: 9.21 MB
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Every Brat Has a Story Podcast #15

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.

DATE: Sun, 19 Mar 2006
SIZE: 13.7 MB
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Every Brat Has a Story Podcast #14

DATE: Sat, 18 Mar 2006
SIZE: 9.12 MB
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Every Brat Has a Story Podcast #13

DATE: Sun, 19 Feb 2006
SIZE: 29.3 MB
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Every Brat Has a Story Podcast #12

DATE: Sat, 04 Feb 2006
SIZE: 6.14 MB
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Every Brat Has a Story Podcast #11

DATE: Sun, 01 Jan 2006
SIZE: 22.4 MB
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Every Brat Has a Story Podcast #10

Richard Meese, author of "Detour" discusses how growing up military had a strong influence on his writings. We also introduce the new Military Brats Registry Podcast Theme!

DATE: Mon, 05 Dec 2005
SIZE: 23.0 MB
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Every Brat Has a Story Podcast #9

Tara Crooks of Army Wife Talk Radio interviews Marc Curtis, creator of the Military Brats Registry.

DATE: Thu, 24 Nov 2005
SIZE: 20.0 MB
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Every Brat Has a Story Podcast #8

"Every Brat Has a Story": In Podcast #8 we talk with Karl Crowe, Army Brat who discusses his life as a "typical" Military Brat.

DATE: Wed, 09 Nov 2005
SIZE: 1.58 MB
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"Every Brat Has a Story": Podcast Promo

DATE: Tue, 08 Nov 2005
SIZE: 19.6 MB
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Every Brat Has a Story Podcast #7

"Every Brat Has a Story": In Podcast #7 we talk to Arnon Reichers, Air Force Brat who lived in Vietnam in 1963 to 1965. Arnon tells us about some very scary experiences as a dependent in a war zone.

DATE: Thu, 29 Sep 2005
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Every Brat Has a Story Podcast #6

"Every Brat Has a Story": 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.

DATE: Sun, 25 Sep 2005
SIZE: 23.2 MB
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Every Brat Has a Story Podcast #5

"Every Brat Has a Story": Podcast #5 includes an interview with 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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I love the podcasts of military brats. The internet has brought military brats todether at last... we thought we were all alone.

Submitted By: b497@... (on 5-2006)

Finally!!!!

It wasn until I was 7 years old that I realized that the life I was born into and eventually married into was different or even not normal. As I have tried to talk with non military people about my life, as they talk about theirs, I always felt that they just didn understand. I always hated the question "Where are you from? How do you answer that question? I have always felt like an outsider in the real world because I had traveled both stateside and overseas, my father had fought in 2 wars, I never really knew my extended family, and I couldn relate to a life where you lived in the same place all your life, you developed friendships for life, and you had regular interaction with your relatives. I got so tried of hearing "but at least you don have to pay for your housing, moves, or medical care and you get to travel overseas". I soon discovered that the outside world didn want to hear about moving in the middle of a school year, moving with only a few weeks notice, not having a choice about the move, having your father sent to war, and the feeling that once you passed the entrance gate, you were home. Of coarse, Im one of the older military brats who didn have all the programs they have now for military families, we always knew that at best the families of the Officiers and especially the NCOs were tolerated because they helped keep the serviceman happy and provided an incentive to stay in for 20 years.

Submitted By: kteague55@... (on 5-2006)


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