Appearance on YouServed Radio episode #50

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Dana is out riding his Streetglide Harley this morning so he can clear his head for tonight's appearance on BlogTalk's Radio's You Served episode #50.

One of our great twitter friends is Troy Bouhammer, who is the cohost of the show. He writes at BouHammer's Afghanistan, Military Pundits and the YouServed Blog. He's a very active miliatry supporter with a long record of service himself and we can't say enough nice stuff about how helpful he's been in making Dana feel welcome during his first publicity experience related to the book and bike.

Dana will be on during the last half hour of the show. You can listen live or tune in later as the show archives within an hour or so of airing. Please join us in live chat so you can ask questions about Metal of Honor and Dana's book project.

Summary of the show:
Tonight we will feature Phil Taylor from The American Fallen Soldiers Project commits to honor, respect and forever remember those who have sacrificed their lives protecting our freedom while serving in our Armed Forces. The 501(c)3 non-profit organization makes available hand painted original portraits of America's fallen heroes to their families free of charge, and is supported solely through individual and corporate donations. After Phil we will be talking to our old friend Matt Daniels from This is Matt's second time on the show and he will be on to give us an update on all the great things that GA is up to, to include some exciting new videos they have up on the site. We are also very honored to have Mr. Dana Harbaugh. Dana is the author of Pearls of Honor: Their Duty to Remember. Dana, through his own Deontos Publishing, tells a moving story of the Survivors and their mission, born of his deep friendship with the Survivors and their families. Dana is a Navy brat and a Navy man himself. He is a combat veteran twice awarded for heroism under fire. We will cover more of his military background later on in the show. The reason Dana is with us is not only to talk about his book but also because he purchased a 2009 Harley Davidson Cross Bones motorcycle which he made into a rolling tribute to the survivors of Pearl Harbor.

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