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Submitted by SoldierX 845d ago | podcast

The 40Cast Episode 98: Respect the Sacrifice, Memorial Day Specail

by: Denny Luce

In Episode 99 we have a very special show honoring veterans and those who gave the ultimate sacrifice for our freedoms. We have special guests from most the armed services like Luis “SoldierX” Zacarias (Talking About Games) who currently serves in the Army, Steve Francis (Truthfully Geeking) who also served in the Army, Ralph Iles (Truthfully Geeking) who served in the Marine Corps and JP Lubrani (ZombieCast) who currently serves in the Navy. As we all know VicJoh served in the Marine Corps, LuceScrew and RogueSpear served in the Navy and GloveBox served proudly in the Air Force. The conversation is good and the pride runs deep for the honor of serving our country. We are sure you will be entertained, so grab your beverage of choice and get ready for a fun time!! (PS3, The40Cast, Xbox 360)

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