The H-Train Show

Show Info

Hosted by: joel hunt
Produced by: joel hunt
Genres: Mix, Talk

Show Times

Timezone: EST [UTC-5]
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
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3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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About the Show

                         The H-Train Show Team




“Tough times don’t last, tough people do,” is the mantra that Joel Hunt lives by. As an Army veteran, who was injured during his third deployment, Hunt has seen his fair share of tough times. Though he has endured tragedy, he has come out on the other side with a dedication to helping fellow veterans.


Hunt was born and raised in Kokomo, Indiana, by David and Judy Hunt. He joined the Army after graduating from Northwestern High School. On June 17, 1998, he was shipped off to basic training and became a combat engineer. He was deployed three times during his Army career, with his third deployment ending in Baqubah, Iraq after suffering a traumatic brain injury (TBI) and partial leg paralyzation.

Finding himself left in the care of his parents, he was adjusting to life back in America. His traumatic brain injury forced him to eventually utilize a wheelchair and required a significant amount of rehabilitation. His parents encouraged he try a military ski camp, specifically for victims of TBIs, as part of his rehab. While initially against the idea, Hunt eventually took their advice and became ranked in the top 10 just one year after beginning. He then became ranked 3rd in the United States and 34th in the world. In the beginning of 2013, he completed his first slalom without disqualification. He earned a silver medal in the Canadian Nationals, which qualified him for the World Cup and the Paralympics in Sochi, Russia as an adaptive skier, all with the help of his service dog, Barrett.

This exciting achievement was met with more tragedy as Hunt’s mother passed away shortly before the Paralympics, unable to see him compete. “When closing her estate, I discovered she had been saving money in an account called “Russia” so she and my dad could travel to Russia to see me ski in the Paralympics,” says Hunt. “My mom believed in me so much and she wanted to see me race in Russia.”

After suffering a neck injury from skiing, he and his wife losing a second child due to a miscarriage, and then the loss of his mother, Hunt retired from skiing and now resides in Denver, Colorado. He studied at Colorado Media School and graduated with honors and as the class MVP. Hunt was also awarded a Purple Heart from the organization, Forgotten Heroes. Still burdened by tragedy, Hunt decided to take his woes and turn them into something powerful and positive.

Following his retirement, Hunt started The H-Train Show, a podcast that airs on Military Brotherhood Radio. The podcast is completed solely through volunteer work, and offers information and resources for veterans. More importantly, it gives fellow veterans a voice and a community to turn to. The H-Train Show discusses veterans’ affairs, current events and features interviews with high-profile guests. Joel has been featured in numerous TV news segments, radio and in magazines across the country, from USA Today to The Hollywood Reporter and The American Genius.

Hunt still lives in Colorado with his loving and supportive wife, Kassie. When not busy with his podcast, Hunt can be found teaching his service dog and pal, Barrett, new tricks – including doing and folding laundry.


Goose is a Chicago native with the attitude, the aptitude, and the appetite to prove it! Living in Colorado has been a life long dream and although it’s expensive as hell, she loves EVERYTHING  about this place. The beer, the outdoors, the nightlife, the music, the art….it’s all here!!! Although she has yet to find a decent hot dog 🤔.
Goose has always wanted to entertain the masses, a small group, or her stuffed animal friends….either way, she puts on a show! H-Train tapped into this while he and Goose went to Colorado Media School. And a year later, she’s co-hosting the H-Train show and could not be more excited to be working with a great friend and a wonderful group of people that work tirelessly for their community.
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Here is Our Story

When Joel (H-Train) Hunt came back from 2014 Paralympics he came back as a public figure. Even though he has retired from skiing he still does it for fun. Ever since he retired, he has always dedicated his life to help other veterans because he felt like the military everything was a secret, but life shouldn’t be. He called his buddy, Chad Dunson, because he had a 30 sec video series called Beer30. Joel’s idea was to create a podcast. What Joel didn’t know was that this show was going to change lives. So The Beer30 Show was created after having many co-hosts. Each person has added a piece of their selves to the show and it is what has made the show’s success.

The Beer30/H-Train Show Hall of History (Oct 1st 2014-Present)

Chad Dunson-Host of The Beer30 Show (2014-2015)

Jeremiah Belk-Co-host (2015-2016)

Todd Fahn-Co-host (2015-2016)

Claudia Belk-VA Expert (2015-Present)

Daniel Dean-Co-host (2015-2016)

Jeremy Stalhood-Co-host (2015-2016)

Dustin Robey-Co-host (2016)

Brand Jones Producer/Investigator 2015-Present

Joel Hunt 2014 Paralympian/ Host

Lucy (Goose) Patterson Cohost /(2018-Present)



  1. I really enjoyed the Beer30 Show when i tuned in on 08-22-2016-Music was great. I found the value of information a usefull source for all who may want to support Veterans and Troops,such as Vetrans Closet and more. These Non Profit Organisations are excellent. Interviews with those who brought these to life and run them are awesome. All the information that helps our Troops our Heroes i think is priceless.
    I will tune in more and check out other shows you hosted. You ARE TOPS Keep up the EXCELLENCE
    Thanks for GREAT SHOW!!

  2. Hello Joel,
    Your friend “Scotty T” just interviewed me on Rewind 97.9 about my new book Who Will Go: Into the Son Tay POW Camp. Terry Buckler (Green Beret on the Son Tay Raid in 1970) and I wrote this account of “The greatest thing that happened in the Vietnam War” (a quote of POW, Admiral, and US Senator Jeremiah Denton.)
    Would you be willing to interview Terry and me about our book.

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