Veterans Weekly Forum Radio


Fellow Veterans and Friends of Veterans:

Join us Friday morning, August 26th, for the “Veterans Weekly Forum” Radio Show broadcast from the Metro Philadelphia area and carried live over AM Radio in the Tri-State area of Pennsylvania, Delaware and New Jersey, and nation wide via the Internet.

Friday’s Special Guest is Commander Stephen Sherman, 90-year old Disabled World War II Veteran.

Veterans Weekly Forum

Host  Ed Rosen / Co-Host  Bob Rosebrock

WNJC 1360 AM – Philadelphia

Internet Broadcast

Every Friday

7:00 AM Pacific Time

(10:00 AM – Eastern Time)

(9:00 AM – Central Time)

(8:00 AM – Mountain Time)

If you are not in the East Coast area to hear the AM Radio live, access the live broadcast by clicking on one of the following links  &

Or by the Internet by direct link at

Our listener call-in number is 856-227-1360

Commander Stephen Sherman

Friday’s Special Guest is Commander Stephen Sherman, 90-year old Disabled World War II Veteran and Founder and

Chairman of the Dorie Miller Memorial Foundation.

We will be discussing Commander Sherman’s tireless battle to get his World War II friend, Dorie Miller, the recognition he

deserves with a Posthumous Award for the Medal of Honor.  We’ll also discuss the plight of homeless Veterans and the VA’s abuse and neglect of disabled and disadvantaged Veterans.

Our listener call-in number is 856-227-1360


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