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LTC(R) Steve Peth- Former Vietnam Medevac Pilot Serves Wounded Soldiers as a Red Cross Volunteer

LTC (R) Steve Peth is a highly decorated Vietnam Medevac pilot and is even in the Dustoff Hall of Fame. Upon retirement from the military and the Raytheon corporation, he continued to serve the nation’s brave soldiers in the Department of Rehabilitation at Walter Reed. He helps organize the volunteer force and discusses many unique ways the nation gives to those who have given their limbs and are forced to embark upon a long road to recovery.

You will hear about Steve’s immense volunteer service experience as well as ways in which others can volunteer to assist wounded servicemembers and support the mission of Military Medicine.

Steve shares many insights and lessons learned over his many years as a Red Cross Volunteer and provides some insight and sage advice for all listeners. You don’t want to miss this episode.


The interview with LTC(R) Peth is available on all major podcast platforms. Here are some popular links that will bring you directly to the episode:

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