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Sunday, April 3 - They will be discussing Korea, especially the story of Fr. Emil Kapaun, an Army
chaplain armed only with the love of God, who was described by those who served with him as "the best and
bravest foot soldier they ever knew". A task force has been commissioned to study the possibility of establishing a
cause for sainthood for Fr. Kapaun, who died in a prisoner of war camp during the Korean war.
This is a major POW item; many (of us) are seeking Sainthood for Father Kapaun!
Message from Bob Gould, Producer
Sunday, April 3rd, Veterans Radio will present part II of our continuing series covering the Korean War. From
our website www.veteransradio.net, or locally on
TalkRadio, WAAM, 1600 am, tune-in at 1900 hrs, EST, as we journey back in time to the 1950 fall/winter military
campaign of the Korean Peninsula. LT COL William Latham, US Army West Point, will set the political and military
stage for the intervention of Chinese forces and the chaos that followed. Along the way the courageous actions of
POW Father Emil Kapaun will be discussed with Rev. John Hotze, Archdiocese of Wichita, giving background on the
nomination of Fr Kapaun for Sainthood.
As always, during the show your comments and stories are always welcome. Call-in toll-free 866.477.9100 or
locally 734.822.1600. Tune in Veterans Radio, the “Voice of the Vet”.
On April 14, we will attend the Joint Hearings on POW/MIA at the Capitol. Senator John McCain will receive the
Barbed Wire Award from National Commander James Cooper and members of the American Ex-Prisoners of War after the