Veteran's Hour Audio Promo
Uniting all Tri-State Veterans

The Veteran's Hour
Recipient of the 2007 American Legion Press Award


The Veteran's Hour is broadcast on KFGO, AM-790, usually once a month on a Saturday from 2:00-3:00pm.  The radio signal can be picked up within a couple hundred mile radius of the Fargo/Moorhead area. Please thank KFGO for dedicating this hour to our area veterans.

The host of the show is Ed Milligan, a combat veteran who served nearly 25 years in the U.S. Army.  Ed has guests on the show and takes calls during the hour long broadcast.  Terry Richardson, Commander of the United Patriotic Bodies, is the co-host of the Veterans Hour.

  Tune in to 790 on your AM dial.

U.S. Army 1955-1979

Call (701) 237-5948 or (800) 880-5346 during the Veteran's Hour if you have a question for Ed or his guest or if you just want to make a comment.

Ed Milligan

Ed Milligan joined the Army 31 January 1955 and retired 31 July 1979 with 24 1/2 years of  service.  He went to Vietnam in 1962 as an Advisor in the MeCong Delta Area in a little town called MyTho.  He went back to Vietnam in 1970 for a year with the 542nd Signal Company in the center of Vietnam.  Milligan was wounded by a motar round in September 1970, mostly minor wounds but a lot of them. Ed served in Korea in 1960 for a year and three years on Okinawa, he also spent 7 years in Germany and has been all over the states and at tours with the NDSU ROTC detachment in Fargo, North Dakota, for 2 years and was a senior advisor with a readiness group at Fort Snelling, Minnesota for 3 years. 

Ed Milligan belongs to the DAV, VFW, Vietnam Veterans of America, American Legion and Uniform Services Disabled Retiree.

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