Ep. 26 | Jerry Holohan

Updated: Feb 18


In this episode I get to talk with a Korean War veteran from the U.S. who is currently living up north in Tok, Alaska. My dad, an Army chaplain currently serving in South Korea, came on to cohost this episode as we learned more about what it was like to serve in Korea during the winter of 1954. We talk about what the purpose of his deployment was, which nations were providing support in the Korean War, some of the hardships the soldiers faced, and how this experience changed the way Jerry interacts with people. I learned a lot of history during this conversation and I know you're going to enjoy hearing Jerry tell his stories.

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Music credit:

Vlad Gluschenko - A Shore Under The Pineapple Tree and Harmony.

Jingle Punks - Timed Out.

RKVC - 8th World Wonder.

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