Rat Patrol Radio: Wartime Tunes!

Rat Patrol Radio first went " on the air " September 22, 2000. As a Founding Broadcaster at Live 365, we have been on the air continually for over twelve years, streaming a playlist comprising Big Band and Swing songs from the mid-1930s to 1945, with authentic WWII radio clips and news broadcasts.

Rat Patrol Radio continues to serve as a living memorial to the men and women of the Greatest Generation who gave their all so the world could be free.

Hey there, all my GI Joes and GI Jills! The links to the October Patreon rewards have gone out, so check your inbox! The reward for ...  [read more]
Hey everybody! I'm hosting a "Victory Drive" to bring Rat Patrol Radio back! We need a minimum of $75 a month pledged to get back ...  [read more]
    "People of Western Europe: A landing was made this morning on the coast of France by troops of the Allied Expeditionary Force. This landing is part ...  [read more]

Rat Patrol Radio LIVES!

February 24, 2016
Just like the hero in those old Republic serials, Rat Patrol Radio has survived certain death! While the playlist has some errors, you can listen to ...  [read more]


January 31, 2016
Rat Patrol Radio's host, Live365, has gone out of business. So, after more than 15 years wonderful years as a Founding Broadcaster at Live365, Rat ...  [read more]

This… is D-Day!

June 6, 2015
The complete NBC broadcast day of D-Day is now on the air at Rat Patrol Radio! Whatever time you tune in, you will be hearing ...  [read more]
Hey guys and gals, the new Pearl Harbor broadcast is on the air! Also, I would like everyone to know that I have switched over to ...  [read more]
A WWII veteran of the British 1st Airborne Division remembers the battle of the "bridge too far," as he recalls the attack on Arnhem. http://home.bt.com/news/uknews/wwii-hero-recalls-the-battle-of-arnhem-11363933990339  [read more]
GENESEO, N.Y. (AP) — The next time the American military transport plane known as Whiskey 7 drops its paratroopers over Normandy, France, it will be ...  [read more]
In the advance off the D-Day beaches, 23 year-old staff sergeant Walter Ehlers of the 18th Infantry, 1st Infantry Division, single-handedly knocked two German machinegun ...  [read more]