As America comes back strong in 2021, so will the AVC, with the continuation of our efforts to collect the experiences of our remaining WWII veterans on the 80th anniversary of Pearl Harbor, along with the return of the National Memorial Day Parade to Washington, DC in May. Read More
Join us Independence Day weekend for an AVC television special Our Sacred Honor: An American Salute. In this very special made-for television event, veterans, uniformed personnel, historical re-enactors, musical performers and more return to commemorate those who have served, and sacrificed for our freedom. Read More
Drawn to the Marines by their dress blue uniforms Hershel Woodrow “Woody” Williams enlisted the moment he turned 18 in 1943. After basic training Williams was sent to Camp Elliott for instruction as a demolition man and in the use of flamethrowers. Read More
Veterans Chronicles is an hour-long program that tells the stories of America’s greatest heroes in their own words.
Full episodes are available here, as well as on YouTube, iTunes, and Spreaker.
Ten years ago, America lost its last Doughboy as Frank W. Buckles – the last living American veteran of World War One – passed away at the age of 110 years old. Read More
World War II Chronicles is a radio documentary series produced by Radio America and the American Veterans Center.
From overviews of battles to intimate stories of veterans, World War II Chronicles covers the entirety of the US in the conflict, week by week, so don’t forget to subscribe!