Bill Harrison Documentary.

Bill Harrison Documentary – OFFICIAL TRAILER from 3 Veterans Media, Inc. ™ on Vimeo. Documentary Coming Soon! This is an incredible true story of World War 2 U.S. Navy veteran, Blll Harrison. The VECSM, the Veterans Employment Committee of San Mateo, partnered with 3 Veterans Media, Inc., a San Francisco base production company to tell […]

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VHVtv Story.

VHVtv, Veterans Helping Veterans TV, is the first veteran-based PEG TV talk show. It started at the Mid Peninsula Media Center in Palo Alto, CA in 1996. http://midpenmedia.org/ At the time, I was an Employment Development Department Job Service Vet Rep in San Mateo. Sheryl Shaffer. One of the DVOP’s, Jim Blank and I went […]

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NPower SF Bay Area.

On Tuesday April 21, 2015, VHVtv returned to the newly renovated MidPen Media Center HD studio in Palo Alto for our latest episode “N Power SF Bay Area.” IT training for Post 911 vets. VHVtv presents “NPower SF Bay Area.” Providing Veterans with the tech skills to achieve their potential. Interviews are with Jeanine Cowan, […]

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Women Veterans Interviews

Veterans Helping Veterans TV interviewed Women Veteran Leaders and others who outreach to veterans. Interviews are with the California Dept. of Veterans Affairs Deputy Secretary for Women Veterans Affairs, Lindsey Sin, and Paula J. Caplan, Jovane Henry, Stephanie Stone, BriGette McCoy, Jenna Lombardo, Latonia M. Dixon, Rea Cichocki, Dolores Padgett, Darcy Pavich, Marianne S. Waldrop, […]

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Riverside Co. Veterans Services.

Riverside Co. Veterans Services. VHVtv interviewed two veteran representatives from Riverside County at the Hemet Service Center located in Hemet, CA.  Grant A. Gautsche, Director of the County of Riverside Dept. of Veterans’ Services and Jeannette P. Phillips, the Senior Veteran Service Representative. This project is centered on Veteran Outreach within Riverside County and the men […]

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VHVtv in US Veterans Magazine!

We’re proud to announce that VHVtv was featured in this years Summer edition of US Veterans Magazine. Here is the link to the web version of the write-up! Big thanks to the fine people at US Veterans Magazine who made this happen. The magazine can be found in many national retailers including Barnes and Noble.

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“Something From Eddie”

“Something from Eddie” is a new book written by Pam Baker telling the story of her uncle, Eddie Livingston, a World War II U.S. Army vet. “He fought in multiple campaigns and was captured and beaten in Nazi POW camps, receiving multiple, life-long wounds that both physical and emotional. Through his own pain and suffering, Eddie continued […]

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U.S. Navy Vet Carey Weckman

Carey Wechman talks about the struggles he endured with the transition from military to civilian life. How he did not let his homelessness get the best of him and with the help form U.S. VETS, he was able to overcome the transitional problems. There are many problems facing homeless Veterans and there are solutions like […]

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Jovane Henry, USMC Combat Correspondent

Jovane Henry, a U.S. Marine Corps combat correspondent, is host of V2, the Vet View. She started the Vet View talk show as a way to outreach to vets. She helps to put a name and face of veterans to the civilian community. All vets have different journeys and a lot of veterans have overcome […]

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