The National Defense Radio Show

The National Defense Radio Show has been heard on more than a hundred radio stations across the United States and the 400+ overseas Armed Forces Radio Networks around the globe. The Armed Forces Network reaches more than one million American service men and women, DOD, civilians, and their families on every military base, outpost and all ships at sea. The weekly show has consisted of a combination of celebrity interviews, executive interviews, and discussions with political and news figures, delivering content that entertains, informs and supports those who serve, and have served, our country. The show is hosted by Randy Miller, a 25-year broadcast veteran having hosted shows in Pittsburgh, Atlanta, San Diego, Cincinnati and Kansas City. Randy is the recipient of multiple broadcasting awards, including “Air Personality of the Year” from Billboard Magazine and the Radio Music Awards.

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Episodes

2 days ago

We welcome back Kyle Petty, NASCAR driver and commentator, to the program to talk about his brand-new book “Swerve or Die: Life at My Speed in the First Family of NASCAR Racing.” Kyle and Randy talk about racing over the years as well as a peek at just a couple of the stories you’ll find in his new book; a must-have for any racing fan in your life.

2 days ago

Randy sits down for a GREAT chat with award-winning country music artist, Lorrie Morgan, on The National Defense. Lorrie and Randy talk about her long-running career in the music industry, touring on the “Grits & Glamour Tour” with Pam Tillis, her life and loves in the industry, her newest book release, and much more.

2 days ago

We welcome back former FBI criminal profiler and bestselling author, Candice DeLong, to the show. We'll discuss some of her case history, including the BTK killer, as well as the upcoming second season of her great podcast series “Killer Psyche.” Make sure to check out Candice’s podcast and books for a fascinating (and disturbing) look into the minds of American serial killers.

Saturday Aug 06, 2022

We welcome back another guest from Biohaven Pharmaceuticals to learn more about a new drug to treat migraine systems in Nurtec ODT. Veterans, particularly FEMALE veterans, are much more likely to suffer from migraines, and while the root cause isn’t immediately clear, Greg discusses how the work of Biohaven Pharmaceuticals is driven in part by a desire to help veterans treat this debilitating condition.

Saturday Aug 06, 2022

We welcome yet another recipient of Bob Evans Farms “Heroes to CEOs” program to the show. Nancy Preston, the founder of Milk Money Kitchens talks about her background from a military family, how she started up Milk Money Kitchens and how a grant from Bob Evans Farms is expanding her unique company.

Saturday Aug 06, 2022

We welcome Missouri State Parks’ Kevin Smith to the show to give some background on African-American soldiers who served in the New West of America, generally called the Buffalo Soldiers. These men played a key role in the development of the West and Kevin is highlighting some fascinating stories about the conditions and the men who comprised their ranks.

Saturday Aug 06, 2022

We welcome Executive Producer from Project Brazen, Bradley Hope, to talk about his new podcast “Kabul Falling” a recounting of Afghanistan in the wake of America’s troop withdrawal from the region, and the resurgence of the Taliban in that area. Bradley and Randy speak about the podcast’s host, a native Afghan journalist, the process of producing this program, and how covering a subject like the Taliban provides unique challenges.

Saturday Jul 30, 2022

We welcome back Ford Brand Manager Brian Bell to talk about the INCREDIBLE looking (and sounding) Ford F-150 Raptor R! Randy and Brian discuss this brand new 700 horsepower, V8 Shelby workhorse, and how Ford went through the process of listening to their customers and improved upon the already impressive Raptor package.

Saturday Jul 30, 2022

We welcome two of the stars from the NetFlix’s film “Purple Hearts” to the program, Sofia Carson and Nicholas Galitzine, to talk about their new film that is right up our audience’s alley. Sofia, Nicholas, and Randy discuss the subject of the film where an aspiring musician agrees to a marriage of convenience with a soon-to-deploy Marine, but a tragedy soon turns their fake relationship all too real.

Saturday Jul 30, 2022

We welcome back Major Thomas Schueman to the program to get an update on his incredible story as well as how he has turned his experience into a fascinating new book: “Always Faithful: A Story of the War in Afghanistan, the Fall of Kabul, and the Unshakable Bond Between a Marine and an Interpreter.” We talk with Major Schueman about his experience saving his interpreter, how the new book is told from the perspective of BOTH men, and what the future holds for them.

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