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Join us this evening December 8th, 2014 at 7:00 pm CST

JamesTonight’s guest is James McCormick

5:00 pm PST … 6:00 pm MST … 7:00 pm CST … 8:00 pm EST

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In coordination with the Citizens Commission on Human Rights International (CCHR)

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James McCormick is currently a member of the West Virginia Governor’s Council, which serves to advise the Governor and Secretary of Veterans Assistance on matters concerning veterans and their families.

He is the State Director for the West Virginia Veterans and Warriors to Farming and Agriculture program, a program that assists veterans in becoming involved in agriculture with a real opportunity to enter in to the field of Agriculture and Farming with access to state resources, giving the veteran the maximum opportunity to succeed.

Owner/operator of Raising Cane Farms www.raisingcanefarms.com

Former State Chairman for the West Virginia Veterans Coalition, Chapter Commander Post 1863 Military order of the Purple Heart.

Military Enlisted: Infantry and Cavalry PVT –SSG, Military Officer: Armor/Air Defense/Transportation and Logistics 2LT-CPT

Retired CPT O-3E in August 2009 Army Wounded warriors AW2 due to combat injuries incurred during Operation Iraqi Freedom, served 16 years enlisted prior to becoming an officer.

Military Awards: Bronze Star Medal with combat V, Purple Heart Medal , Meritorious Service Medal, ARCOM , AAM , Good Conduct Medal, National Defense Medal, SW Asia campaign Medal with three service stars, Iraq service medal, Armed forces expeditionary medal, War on terrorism service and Expeditionary medal, Reserve Component Achievement medal, Kuwait Liberation Medal (Kuwait and Saudi Arabia), Combat Action Badge.

Combat Service in Operation Desert Storm 1990-1991 (2/18th Infantry BN 24th Infantry Scout Platoon)

Combat Service Operation Iraqi Freedom 2004-2005. (518th, 1487th and 106th Trans Battalion

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