A Vietnam Podcast
A Vietnam Podcast
Sep 16, 2020
Daughter Shares Emotional Story Caring For Her Vietnam (American) War Veteran Father | AJ Miller S4 E3
Play • 1 hr 10 min

This is the most emotional episode of Seven Million Bikes and a must listen.

AJ Miller is a Jersey Girl in ‘Nam. she is a fitness trainer, artist, singer and comedian in Saigon. A daughter of a Vietnam (American) War Veteran.

She came to Vietnam exhausted and angry at the world after spending 3 years taking care of her dad through Agent Orange induced Leukemia.

She had his memoirs and wanted to see, hear and feel these memoirs in the country where they were experienced. She has done live readings of her father’s memoirs on-line to spread awareness of PTSD in soldiers.

Spent last two years healing/exploring/developing herself in the unique magic and freedom that is Vietnam. Misses snow and snowboarding desperately.
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