image of Sara Evans

Latest Show

We welcome Sara Evans, country music superstar, to the show to talk about her upbringing in tiny Boonville, Missouri, and her memories of checking in with Randy Miller throughout her career. Sara now has a new album, “Unbroke” and she brings us all the info on this great new album.

National Defense Radio Show

The National Defense Radio Show has been heard on more than a hundred radio stations across the United States and  the 400+ overseas Armed Forces Radio Networks around the globe. The Armed Forces Network reaches more than one million American service men and women, DOD, civilians, and their families on every military base, outpost and all ships at sea.

The weekly show has consisted of a combination of celebrity interviews, executive interviews, and discussions with political and news figures, delivering content that entertains, informs and supports those that serve and have served our country.   

The show is hosted by Randy Miller a 25 year broadcast veteran having hosted shows in Pittsburgh, Atlanta, San Diego, Cincinnati and Kansas City.  Randy is the recipient of multiple broadcasting awards including “Air Personality of the Year” from Billboard Magazine and the Radio Music Awards. 

CHECK OUT OUR EXECUTIVE INTERVIEWS WITH TOP EXECUTIVES FROM COMPANIES ACROSS THE US

Featured Shows

image of Sara Evans

Sara Evans

We welcome Sara Evans, country music superstar, to the show to talk about her upbringing in tiny Boonville, Missouri, and her memories of checking in with Randy Miller throughout her career. Sara now has a new album, “Unbroke” and she brings us all the info on this great new album.

image of Matthew Marsden

Matthew Marsden

Randy speaks with actor Matthew Marsden about the new movie that sounds ripped straight from the headlines: “Protocol 7.” Matthew talks about why he was drawn to the project, his work with actor Eric Roberts, and what folks looking to see the film at Regal Theaters can expect.

image of John-Ratzenberger

John Ratzenberger

We welcome actor John Ratzenberger. He is best known for playing the character Cliff Clavin on the comedy series Cheers, for which he earned two Primetime Emmy nominations and took part in every Pixar film made. He is appearing in the June 14th release of Inside Out 2 and talks with Randy about his voice work on this film, his Nuts, Bolts, and Thingamajigs campaign, and much more.

image of Sherri Crichton

Sherri Chrichton

We are happy to welcome Sherri Crichton, widow of the late Michael Crichton, to the show to discuss her husband’s wide catalogue of work and her discovery of an unfinished manuscript about volcanoes that she, with the help of our friend James Patterson, has polished and released: “Eruption.” We can’t wait to read it!

image of American Dream promo

Jeremy White

We welcome United States Marine Corps veteran Jeremy White to the show for a brand-new segment of The National Defense: American Dream. We will welcome a veteran of our U.S. Military to the show to talk about their service and transition to the civilian world, and then we’ll discuss their career dreams and, HOPEFULLY, help make those dreams happen. Jeremy and Randy discuss his service, his difficult transition to the civilian world, and how finding faith turned his life around.

image of Dan Hampton

Lt. Col Dan Hampton

We welcome back a highly decorated Air Force veteran and accomplished author, Lt. Col Dan “Two Dogs” Hampton to the show to talk about his newest book about the Doolittle Raiders, “Vanishing Act: The Enduring Mystery Behind the Legendary Doolittle Raid over Tokyo.” Randy and Dan talk about the book, the process of writing it, and new discoveries that were made in one of the more baffling military stories from the era.

image of CS_Dave Grossman

Lt. Col Dave Grossman

We welcome the author of the book “On Killing,” Lt. Col Dave Grossman to the show to discuss his career in the military and field of study for members of the military. The act of taking a life has wide-ranging effects, and Grossman’s works of “On Killing” and “On Combat” have become required reading for cadets entering the leadership ranks of our military.

image of Steve Guttenberg

Steve Guttenburg

We welcome back one of our favorite actors, Steve Guttenberg, to the show to talk about his Army Ranger father, and how his dad’s declining health led him to become a caregiver for his ailing family member. Steve and Randy discuss the challenges that caregivers can face, as well as a few stories from his time pursuing his acting career. Also, can we please start streaming “Cocoon?”

Hear More of Segments from National Defense Radio Show
White National Defense Logo

Our Mission

To inform, entertain, and honor our active-duty military, veterans, and those who support them.  

Scroll to Top