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National commander hitting airwaves this week

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American Legion National Commander Denise H. Rohan will be making the radio interview rounds Tuesday morning to discuss Memorial Day, the need for the U.S. government to provide a strong veterans health care system, and other concerns of The American Legion.

A handful of the interviews will be broadcasted live (All Eastern Time):

7:35-7:45 WOCA-AM-FM ORLANDO

7:50-8:00 KLTF-AM MINNEAPOLIS

10:10-10:20 WCBC-AM WASHINGTON DC

10:30-10:40 GLOBAL AMERICAN BROADCASTING NETWORK NATIONAL

The national commander also will be interviewed on several stations/networks that will be taping the segments and playing them at a later time or date. If you are in the listening area of one of the taped appearances, you may wish to contact the station or visit its website to find out the planned broadcast time if it has been scheduled. After the broadcasts, most or all of the interviews will be posted on www.legion.org/commander/radio.

7:10-7:20 NBC NEWS NETWORK NATIONAL

7:20-7:35 TALK WITH AUDREY SYNDICATED

8:00-8:10 PATCH ONLINE MICHIGAN STATEWIDE

8:10-8:20 WATD-AM / WMEX-AM BOSTON

8:20-8:30 WYYZ-AM/FM ATLANTA

8:30-8:40 WMBS-AM/FM PITTSBURGH

8:40-8:45 NORTHERN NEWS NETWORK MONTANA STATEWIDE

9:05-9:15 LET’S JUST TALK SYNDICATED

9:20-9:30 THE ANGIE AUSTIN SHOW SYNDICATED

9:50-10:00 WAMD-AM / WHGM-AM / WKHZ-AM / WYRE-AM BALTIMORE

10:20-10:30 WFIN-AM TOLEDO





10:40-10:50 WSRB-FM WYCA-FM CHICAGO

10:50-11:00 CRN DIGITAL TALK SYNDICATED

11:00-11:15 TENNESSEE RADIO NETWORK STATEWIDE


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