American Legion Post 50 SAL 50 New York USA
|March 3, 2012
WVOX 1460 AM WVOX.com
The Sons of the American Legion Report
US House of Representatives
Veterans Affairs Committee
Rep. Jeff Miller
Florida 1st District
Pensacola, Panhandle Area
The "Sons of the American Legion Radio Report" can be heard live on WVOX
1460 AM in Westchester County and around the world on WVOX.com. The show is held
every Monday from 2:30 to 3:00 PM.
The host of the program is Kenneth G. Kraetzer, Commander of Sons of the American Legion
in Pelham, NY; Historian for Westchester County, and Vice Commander for New York State.
Please contact Ken at 914-450-9554 with any questions or comments about this radio and
The intro music, "To The Colors" has been provided courtesy of the US Navy band based at
Contributing to the program are SAL 50 members John Chuhran and Jack McGuirk. Chris
Clark second from the left is the studio producer.
Good Morning Westchester Host Bob Marrone joins the program on holidays to host calls from
US service members deployed overseas.
In the college football season, SAL Radio conducts The West Point Football Report covering
the weekly highlights of Army coaches and interviews with West Point players, coaches, alumni
Arlington Project members visit with VA Committee staff member Bill Collins
Arlington Jewish Chaplains Monument Committee Members:
Ken Kraetzer, Rabbi Admiral Harold Robinson, Shelley Rood, and Sol Moglin
House Veterans Affairs Committee Chairman, Jeff Miller of Florida
Speaking at dedication of Jewish Chaplains Monument at Arlington National
Cemetery October 24, 2011
United States Representative Jeff Miller serves on the House Armed
Services Committee and the Committee on Veterans’ Affairs. He has
established himself within Washington as a strong advocate for veterans'
concerns and immediately supported changes to concurrent receipt and
policy changes such as a greater co-sharing between the military and
In 2009, Congressman Miller was appointed to the House Permanent Select
Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI). The HPSCI provides policy guidance
and sets classified funding levels for the sixteen agencies of the Intelligence
Community funded by the National Intelligence Program and the Military
Intelligence Program. Recently, the Intelligence Committee has held
important hearings on the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, U.S.
Intelligence Operations against Al Qaeda, and Security Clearance Reform.
In 2011, Miller became the Chairman of the House Committee on Veterans'
Affairs. The Committee on Veterans’ Affairs is responsible for authorization
and oversight of the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA.) VA is the second
largest department in the federal government with over 300,000 employees
and a budget of over $119 billion.
Congressman Miller also serves on the North Atlantic Treaty Organization
Parliamentary Assembly (NATO PA), where he serves as Vice Chairman of
the subcommittee on Transatlantic Defense and Security Cooperation.