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The Hotwash is a live uncensored, unadulterated and in your face brodcast. We are dedicated in the fight against Veteran Suicide and helping fellow Veterans realize there is life after the military and combat. We exists to reach out with guests who are fellow Veterans, American Patriots and those who believe in supporting our Veterans.

Latest Episodes

The Hotwash:28 year Veteran of Denver Police Department, Officer Henry Jones Jr.

Officer Jones is a dedicated and committed public servant who has served the Denver community as well as the military and veteran community for over 28 years. Officer Jones is currently assigned as the Community Resource Officer for the Denver International Airport. He is also currently responsible for all security for the 2017 Medal of Honor Society Convention which will take place in Denver this year. Officer Jones routinely spends his off duty and personal time escorting MOH Recipients to engagements and appointments at his own expense and adamantly refuses reimbursement. Officer Jones' commitment to MOH Recipients, Gold Star Family Members, Military members and Veterans is without measure. He is spent personal time bedside with MOH Recipients and Veterans during there recovery in the hospital. Officer Jones has a long and distinguished career as a Law Enforcement Officer and is the epitome of Selfless Service! Some of his awards and decorations are listed below. Denver Police De...

78 MIN2017 JUN 1
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The Hotwash:28 year Veteran of Denver Police Department, Officer Henry Jones Jr.

The Hotwash Presents: Vietnam Navy Veteran, "El Hefe Ruben", Ruben Archuleta

Ruben Archuleta was born in Antonito, Colorado. Since Ruben's parents were continually on the move while working in the fields and potato warehouses his paternal grandparents assumed the responsibility of providing a stable family environment for him. Ruben grew up in an adobe house covered with a dirt roof, no indoor plumbing, and was heated in the winter with a wood cook stove and heater. In 1962, at the age of seventeen, Ruben graduated from Antonito High School and joined the Navy. After a tour of duty in Vietnam, and upon completion of his four-year hitch with the military, he attended Southern Colorado State College in Pueblo, Colorado. He maintained his ties with the Navy and Air Force as a reservist for fifteen years. While attending college, Ruben joined the Pueblo, Colorado Police Department in 1968 and eventually obtained his Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration from CSU-Pueblo. During his tenure as a police captain, Ruben was trained by the U.S. Secret Service in...

143 MIN2017 MAY 11
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The Hotwash Presents: Vietnam Navy Veteran, "El Hefe Ruben", Ruben Archuleta

The Hotwash Presents: Medal Of Honor Recipient, HIROSHI "HERSHEY" MIYAMURA

Cpl. Miyamura, a member of Company H, distinguished himself by conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity above and beyond the call of duty in action against the enemy. On the night of 24 April, Company H was occupying a defensive position when the enemy fanatically attacked threatening to overrun the position. Cpl. Miyamura, a machine gun squad leader, aware of the imminent danger to his men unhesitatingly jumped from his shelter wielding his bayonet in close hand-to-hand combat killing approximately 10 of the enemy. Returning to his position, he administered first aid to the wounded and directed their evacuation. As another savage assault hit the line, he manned his machine gun and delivered withering fire until his ammunition was expended. He ordered the squad to withdraw while he stayed behind to render the gun inoperative. He then bayoneted his way through infiltrated enemy soldiers to a second gun emplacement and assisted in its operation. When the intensity of the attack necessita...

124 MIN2017 MAY 4
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The Hotwash Presents: Medal Of Honor Recipient, HIROSHI "HERSHEY" MIYAMURA

The Hotwash Presents: The Foundation for Exceptional Warriors "The Few"

The Few's Mission Reach The FEW is an adventure based outreach program designed to "reach" Exceptional Warriors. Our program strives to inspire change in the Exceptional Warriors' perceptions, decrease their feelings of helplessness, and get away from the idea that they are alone. Recognize The FEW "recognizes" the unique needs of Exceptional Warriors. This group of individuals tend to requrire experiance doing activities that are completely new and different to them, in order to begin to see themselves differently. Outdoor therapy such as peer-to-peer "fireside therapy" facilitates moments whereby those who served together can also heal together. Refresh Adventures provided to Exceptional Warriors by the FEW termed "therapeutic recreation". This type of therapy facilitates connectedness and personal empowerment. Therapeutic recreation is a catalyst used to begin a new journey and in the process, "refresh" warriors' spirits. After more than a decadeof sustained conflict and multiple...

98 MIN2017 APR 13
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The Hotwash Presents: The Foundation for Exceptional Warriors "The Few"

The Hotwash Presents: Project K-9 Hero, Founder & CEO Jason Johnson

Vision: – To ensure the best quality of life for ournation’s retired Military Working Dogs and Police K-9 Heroes through providing assistance with medical costs, food and end of duty services. Purpose: – To educate the public on the costs and responsibilities of adopting a retired K-9 Hero. – To help cover or offset all medical, food and end of duty costs for retiredK-9 Heroes. – To ensure eachK-9 Hero is rewarded with health and the way of life that they deserve for their faithful and loyal service. Additionally: RetiredMilitary Working Dogs and Police K-9 Heroes accepted intoProject K-9 Herowill have up to $3,000.00 per year in medical costs covered for them.Project K-9 Herowill also cover the K-9’s food costs and have food shipped directly to the owner’s residence.Project K-9 Heroadditionally provides $500.00 to the owner when the K-9 is deceased for cremation or burial service. Any remaining funds out of the $3000.00 annual medical allotment will go into our general emerg...

75 MIN2017 APR 6
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The Hotwash Presents: Project K-9 Hero, Founder & CEO Jason Johnson

The Hotwash Presents: Korean War "POW" & Vietnam Veteran CSM (R) Joe Annello

Joseph Lawrence Annello was born in Boston, Massachusetts on April 5, 1933. After graduating high school he enlisted in the US Army on April 24, 1950. CSM Anello has served in every leadership position from squad leader through Division Command Sergeant Major. He retired from the US Army on August 1, 1970 and pursue furthering his education. He graduated from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA in 1974. In 1954 he attended the US Army Language School, Monterey, CA (now the Defense Language Institute) and graduated as a Japanese Language Linguist. Continued serving the US Government until retiring in 1998. Married to my wife, Joan, formerly Jung Ae Choi, of Busan, Korea, on June 19, 1959. Was assigned to four tours of duty in Korea between years, 1950 to 1967. Served the first tour as a squad leader in the machine gun platoon, H Company 7th RCT, 3rd Infantry Division. Was severely wounded and captured by the Chinese in April 1951. Rescued/escaped on June 1, 1951. Assigned as...

144 MIN2017 MAR 30
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The Hotwash Presents: Korean War "POW" & Vietnam Veteran CSM (R) Joe Annello

The Hotwash Presents: Fallen Hero's Project, USMC Vietnam Vet/Artist Mike Reagan

Mike is creating portraits of all the Fallen, free of charge for families. So far, he has completed over 4800 free portraits. In 2007 he was awarded the American Legion’s Patriot Award and in 2009 the VFW Commander in Chief Gold Medal of Merit. In 2010 he was named the 2010 Veteran Volunteer of the Year in Washington State. In 2013 the Department of the Army awarded him The Outstanding Civilian Service Medal. In March 2015, the Lynnwood Elks presented him the General Douglas MacArthur Award, And on March 25, 2015 he was awarded the Citizen Service Before Self Honor (known to some as The Civilian Medal of Honor) by the Medal of Honor Foundation in Washington DC. On April, 10, 1968, after serving his country as in the USMC, Michael returned home from Vietnam. He knew he had been spared for a reason and needed to discover what that reason was. While in ‘Nam, Michael drew portraits of his fellow Marines. In some cases, those images were all that returned home. Since that time, Michael...

127 MIN2017 MAR 23
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The Hotwash Presents: Fallen Hero's Project, USMC Vietnam Vet/Artist Mike Reagan

The Hotwash Presents: Former Prisoner of War, Tommy Hamill

Thomas Hamill is an American civilian contractor who was employed by Haliburton as a truck convey commander to deliver fuel to U.S. Forces at Baghdad International Airport. in 9 April 2004 "Good Friday" Tommy was conducting a convey with an armed escort of U.S. Forces when the convey was attacked by heavy enemy fire and a well emplaced ambush. Five of Tommy's drivers and two Soldiers were killed in the firefight/ambush. During the ensuing firefight, Tommy made a valiant attempt to communicate his position via his laptop, prior to sending his message for help he was struck in the right arm byenemy fire. The trainingTommy received prior to deployment kicked in and he remembered he needed to get low to the ground and look for cover. Tommy had used two socks to try and dress his gunshot wound which was still bleeding heavily and made crawling almost impossible. A small Iraqi boy pointed towards him and gave away his location and he was quickly captured by one of the insurgents.

135 MIN2017 MAR 16
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The Hotwash Presents: Former Prisoner of War, Tommy Hamill

The Hotwash Presents: Gallant Few Founder MAJ (R) Karl Monger

The Hotwash is Honored to Present: Founder of GallantFew MAJ (R) Karl Monger WED 8 MAR 2017 7-8pm EST Call in @ (563) 999-3015 http://www.blogtalkradio.com/wor/2017/03/09/the-hotwash-presents-gallant-few-founder-maj-r-karl-monger GallantFew’s mission is to prevent veteran isolation by connecting new veterans with hometown veteran mentors, thereby facilitating a peaceful, successful transition from military service to a civilian life filled with hope and purpose. We do this by creating and supporting a nationwide network of successfully transitioned veterans that engage locally with new veterans with the same military background now going through transition and by motivating communities all over the nation to take responsibility for veterans returning; welcoming, connecting, and including. We believe this will prevent veteran unemployment, homelessness and suicide. GallantFew was founded by Veterans for Veterans. We know that, in many cases, the trust level between a Veteran and one...

133 MIN2017 MAR 9
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The Hotwash Presents: Gallant Few Founder MAJ (R) Karl Monger

The Hotwash Presents: Horsepower Therapy Founders Brian Russell & Greg Coker

The Hotwash is honored to Present: Horsepower Therapy Founders CW4 (4) Retired Brian Russell and Greg Coker Mission: Use Horsepower Therapy to support, empower, and enrich the lives of America’s veterans, combat-wounded veterans and families of fallen service members to heal from their wounds, both visible and hidden. Provide opportunities for those veterans and their families to experience the fun and fellowship of Horsepower Therapy and the bond shared by all veterans during track events, car shows,and industry events. Goals: - Provide methods and opportunities for veterans and families to be around cars and experience the benefit of horsepower therapy. - Raise awareness of the visible and invisible wounds that veterans and family members experience every day as a result of their selfless service to our country. - Plan new and support existing events, including track days, drag races and speed-fests, as well as industry trade and car shows that veterans and family members can att...

85 MIN2017 MAR 2
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The Hotwash Presents: Horsepower Therapy Founders Brian Russell & Greg Coker

Latest Episodes

The Hotwash:28 year Veteran of Denver Police Department, Officer Henry Jones Jr.

Officer Jones is a dedicated and committed public servant who has served the Denver community as well as the military and veteran community for over 28 years. Officer Jones is currently assigned as the Community Resource Officer for the Denver International Airport. He is also currently responsible for all security for the 2017 Medal of Honor Society Convention which will take place in Denver this year. Officer Jones routinely spends his off duty and personal time escorting MOH Recipients to engagements and appointments at his own expense and adamantly refuses reimbursement. Officer Jones' commitment to MOH Recipients, Gold Star Family Members, Military members and Veterans is without measure. He is spent personal time bedside with MOH Recipients and Veterans during there recovery in the hospital. Officer Jones has a long and distinguished career as a Law Enforcement Officer and is the epitome of Selfless Service! Some of his awards and decorations are listed below. Denver Police De...

78 MIN2017 JUN 1
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The Hotwash:28 year Veteran of Denver Police Department, Officer Henry Jones Jr.

The Hotwash Presents: Vietnam Navy Veteran, "El Hefe Ruben", Ruben Archuleta

Ruben Archuleta was born in Antonito, Colorado. Since Ruben's parents were continually on the move while working in the fields and potato warehouses his paternal grandparents assumed the responsibility of providing a stable family environment for him. Ruben grew up in an adobe house covered with a dirt roof, no indoor plumbing, and was heated in the winter with a wood cook stove and heater. In 1962, at the age of seventeen, Ruben graduated from Antonito High School and joined the Navy. After a tour of duty in Vietnam, and upon completion of his four-year hitch with the military, he attended Southern Colorado State College in Pueblo, Colorado. He maintained his ties with the Navy and Air Force as a reservist for fifteen years. While attending college, Ruben joined the Pueblo, Colorado Police Department in 1968 and eventually obtained his Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration from CSU-Pueblo. During his tenure as a police captain, Ruben was trained by the U.S. Secret Service in...

143 MIN2017 MAY 11
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The Hotwash Presents: Vietnam Navy Veteran, "El Hefe Ruben", Ruben Archuleta

The Hotwash Presents: Medal Of Honor Recipient, HIROSHI "HERSHEY" MIYAMURA

Cpl. Miyamura, a member of Company H, distinguished himself by conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity above and beyond the call of duty in action against the enemy. On the night of 24 April, Company H was occupying a defensive position when the enemy fanatically attacked threatening to overrun the position. Cpl. Miyamura, a machine gun squad leader, aware of the imminent danger to his men unhesitatingly jumped from his shelter wielding his bayonet in close hand-to-hand combat killing approximately 10 of the enemy. Returning to his position, he administered first aid to the wounded and directed their evacuation. As another savage assault hit the line, he manned his machine gun and delivered withering fire until his ammunition was expended. He ordered the squad to withdraw while he stayed behind to render the gun inoperative. He then bayoneted his way through infiltrated enemy soldiers to a second gun emplacement and assisted in its operation. When the intensity of the attack necessita...

124 MIN2017 MAY 4
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The Hotwash Presents: Medal Of Honor Recipient, HIROSHI "HERSHEY" MIYAMURA

The Hotwash Presents: The Foundation for Exceptional Warriors "The Few"

The Few's Mission Reach The FEW is an adventure based outreach program designed to "reach" Exceptional Warriors. Our program strives to inspire change in the Exceptional Warriors' perceptions, decrease their feelings of helplessness, and get away from the idea that they are alone. Recognize The FEW "recognizes" the unique needs of Exceptional Warriors. This group of individuals tend to requrire experiance doing activities that are completely new and different to them, in order to begin to see themselves differently. Outdoor therapy such as peer-to-peer "fireside therapy" facilitates moments whereby those who served together can also heal together. Refresh Adventures provided to Exceptional Warriors by the FEW termed "therapeutic recreation". This type of therapy facilitates connectedness and personal empowerment. Therapeutic recreation is a catalyst used to begin a new journey and in the process, "refresh" warriors' spirits. After more than a decadeof sustained conflict and multiple...

98 MIN2017 APR 13
Comments
The Hotwash Presents: The Foundation for Exceptional Warriors "The Few"

The Hotwash Presents: Project K-9 Hero, Founder & CEO Jason Johnson

Vision: – To ensure the best quality of life for ournation’s retired Military Working Dogs and Police K-9 Heroes through providing assistance with medical costs, food and end of duty services. Purpose: – To educate the public on the costs and responsibilities of adopting a retired K-9 Hero. – To help cover or offset all medical, food and end of duty costs for retiredK-9 Heroes. – To ensure eachK-9 Hero is rewarded with health and the way of life that they deserve for their faithful and loyal service. Additionally: RetiredMilitary Working Dogs and Police K-9 Heroes accepted intoProject K-9 Herowill have up to $3,000.00 per year in medical costs covered for them.Project K-9 Herowill also cover the K-9’s food costs and have food shipped directly to the owner’s residence.Project K-9 Heroadditionally provides $500.00 to the owner when the K-9 is deceased for cremation or burial service. Any remaining funds out of the $3000.00 annual medical allotment will go into our general emerg...

75 MIN2017 APR 6
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The Hotwash Presents: Project K-9 Hero, Founder & CEO Jason Johnson

The Hotwash Presents: Korean War "POW" & Vietnam Veteran CSM (R) Joe Annello

Joseph Lawrence Annello was born in Boston, Massachusetts on April 5, 1933. After graduating high school he enlisted in the US Army on April 24, 1950. CSM Anello has served in every leadership position from squad leader through Division Command Sergeant Major. He retired from the US Army on August 1, 1970 and pursue furthering his education. He graduated from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA in 1974. In 1954 he attended the US Army Language School, Monterey, CA (now the Defense Language Institute) and graduated as a Japanese Language Linguist. Continued serving the US Government until retiring in 1998. Married to my wife, Joan, formerly Jung Ae Choi, of Busan, Korea, on June 19, 1959. Was assigned to four tours of duty in Korea between years, 1950 to 1967. Served the first tour as a squad leader in the machine gun platoon, H Company 7th RCT, 3rd Infantry Division. Was severely wounded and captured by the Chinese in April 1951. Rescued/escaped on June 1, 1951. Assigned as...

144 MIN2017 MAR 30
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The Hotwash Presents: Korean War "POW" & Vietnam Veteran CSM (R) Joe Annello

The Hotwash Presents: Fallen Hero's Project, USMC Vietnam Vet/Artist Mike Reagan

Mike is creating portraits of all the Fallen, free of charge for families. So far, he has completed over 4800 free portraits. In 2007 he was awarded the American Legion’s Patriot Award and in 2009 the VFW Commander in Chief Gold Medal of Merit. In 2010 he was named the 2010 Veteran Volunteer of the Year in Washington State. In 2013 the Department of the Army awarded him The Outstanding Civilian Service Medal. In March 2015, the Lynnwood Elks presented him the General Douglas MacArthur Award, And on March 25, 2015 he was awarded the Citizen Service Before Self Honor (known to some as The Civilian Medal of Honor) by the Medal of Honor Foundation in Washington DC. On April, 10, 1968, after serving his country as in the USMC, Michael returned home from Vietnam. He knew he had been spared for a reason and needed to discover what that reason was. While in ‘Nam, Michael drew portraits of his fellow Marines. In some cases, those images were all that returned home. Since that time, Michael...

127 MIN2017 MAR 23
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The Hotwash Presents: Fallen Hero's Project, USMC Vietnam Vet/Artist Mike Reagan

The Hotwash Presents: Former Prisoner of War, Tommy Hamill

Thomas Hamill is an American civilian contractor who was employed by Haliburton as a truck convey commander to deliver fuel to U.S. Forces at Baghdad International Airport. in 9 April 2004 "Good Friday" Tommy was conducting a convey with an armed escort of U.S. Forces when the convey was attacked by heavy enemy fire and a well emplaced ambush. Five of Tommy's drivers and two Soldiers were killed in the firefight/ambush. During the ensuing firefight, Tommy made a valiant attempt to communicate his position via his laptop, prior to sending his message for help he was struck in the right arm byenemy fire. The trainingTommy received prior to deployment kicked in and he remembered he needed to get low to the ground and look for cover. Tommy had used two socks to try and dress his gunshot wound which was still bleeding heavily and made crawling almost impossible. A small Iraqi boy pointed towards him and gave away his location and he was quickly captured by one of the insurgents.

135 MIN2017 MAR 16
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The Hotwash Presents: Former Prisoner of War, Tommy Hamill

The Hotwash Presents: Gallant Few Founder MAJ (R) Karl Monger

The Hotwash is Honored to Present: Founder of GallantFew MAJ (R) Karl Monger WED 8 MAR 2017 7-8pm EST Call in @ (563) 999-3015 http://www.blogtalkradio.com/wor/2017/03/09/the-hotwash-presents-gallant-few-founder-maj-r-karl-monger GallantFew’s mission is to prevent veteran isolation by connecting new veterans with hometown veteran mentors, thereby facilitating a peaceful, successful transition from military service to a civilian life filled with hope and purpose. We do this by creating and supporting a nationwide network of successfully transitioned veterans that engage locally with new veterans with the same military background now going through transition and by motivating communities all over the nation to take responsibility for veterans returning; welcoming, connecting, and including. We believe this will prevent veteran unemployment, homelessness and suicide. GallantFew was founded by Veterans for Veterans. We know that, in many cases, the trust level between a Veteran and one...

133 MIN2017 MAR 9
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The Hotwash Presents: Gallant Few Founder MAJ (R) Karl Monger

The Hotwash Presents: Horsepower Therapy Founders Brian Russell & Greg Coker

The Hotwash is honored to Present: Horsepower Therapy Founders CW4 (4) Retired Brian Russell and Greg Coker Mission: Use Horsepower Therapy to support, empower, and enrich the lives of America’s veterans, combat-wounded veterans and families of fallen service members to heal from their wounds, both visible and hidden. Provide opportunities for those veterans and their families to experience the fun and fellowship of Horsepower Therapy and the bond shared by all veterans during track events, car shows,and industry events. Goals: - Provide methods and opportunities for veterans and families to be around cars and experience the benefit of horsepower therapy. - Raise awareness of the visible and invisible wounds that veterans and family members experience every day as a result of their selfless service to our country. - Plan new and support existing events, including track days, drag races and speed-fests, as well as industry trade and car shows that veterans and family members can att...

85 MIN2017 MAR 2
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The Hotwash Presents: Horsepower Therapy Founders Brian Russell & Greg Coker