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(126) Harold R. "Hal" Austin, Colonel US Air Force, Retired
I want to Thank, Colonel Austin, Patricia Horzec, Greg Kuster,Francis Gary Powers Jr. Gordon Bergslien and to all the staff and volunteers at the Museum for making Today happen
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Harold R. "Hal" Austin, Colonel US Air Force, Retired
Military career, 33+ years, entered US Army aviation cadet program September 1943. Retired as US Air Force Colonel, January 1977. Career highlights: Instructor pilot Air Training Command; pilot, Troop Carrier 1946/47; pilot Berlin Airlift 1948/49; in the Strategic Air Command (SAC) 25 years; Aircraft Commander, Squadron Commander, Staff Officer in SAC Headquarters, Base Commander and a SAC Aircraft Wing Commander. Also, staff officer with Joint Staff in Pentagon 1966/69. Command pilot, 10,000 hours flying hours in 22 different military aircraft. Cold War visual photo over flight of Soviet Union in RB-47E May, 1954. Awards-DFC w/oak Leaf cluster, Legion of Merit w/2 olc, Air Medal and MSM.
Education: Brownfield High School, Texas; Air Command and Staff School; Air War College, Maxwell Field; Bachelor’s degree, University of Nebraska, Omaha; Master’s Degree, George Washington University, Washington DC.
Following retirement from the US Air Force; became a Stock Broker, Dean Witter; Member, Chair, Riverside Military Affairs Committee; Board member, Marketing Chief, Air Force Village West 1987/89; Co-owner, Board Member Call America (a long distance telephone company); Board Member, Past President March Field Museum Foundation; member, Past President Magnolia Center Rotary Club, Riverside. Life member; Order of Daedalians, Military Officer Association, Air Force Association and DFC Society.
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DC Hahn US Navy Ret. CEO s3productions
Today on the Brian The Hammer Show Brian welcomes his guest:
-Vizion Bryan Jones; On January 2nd, 2014, United States Air Force veteran, Vizion Bryan Jones arrived by ambulance to Grady Memorial Hospital with a life threatening illness. While waiting to be seen Jones collapsed unto a stretcher. A member of the Grady security ordered Jones off of the stretcher, when he was unable to comply –due to his illness— reinforcement was called and Jones was assaulted, battered and arrested, without being treated at Grady hospital.
Later Jones would be diagnosed with having the Swine-Flu upon receiving treatment at the Atlanta VA hospital, several others had already been exposed to Jones. Vizion is asking that Grady Memorial hospital stop the malicious prosecution -wasting tax payer’s money and the court’s time—in prosecuting an ill veteran.
-Headline News - Speaker of the House John Boehner GOP, A Bone Head
-Brian will be calling the "Embassy of the Republic of Botswana regarding 2 talented young Musicians from Botswana who are entered in and would like to attend the IWMA's September 21st at the Hard Rock Live in Biloxi, MS
Join us LIVE at 9am pacific - 12pm eastern time - Call in and join us at 646-595-3032.
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Dr. Chaps reports on these important issues:
- US Air Force continues to crack down on Christians while favoring homosexuals
- A coalition of Christian leaders meets with Air Force officials to demand religious freedom
- A summary of Christian persecution by US military
Listen Aug 7th tpm MST or anytime after 24/7 to Jim Dolan, Executive Director Heroes On The Water
Jim is a native Texan and grew up fishing. He graduated from the US Air Force Academy in 1976 and earned a Masters in Information Systems from Boston University in 1987. After 13 years in the Air Force, 8 years overseas, he came home to Texas and is a retired American Airlines Captain. Jim lives in Richardson, TX.. He founded Heroes on the Water in 2007 and currently is the Executive Director.
Heroes on the Water - Serves our Nation’s warriors by providing healing and rehabilitating kayak fishing outings that are physically and mentally therapeutic through our nationwide community of volunteers and donors
More Details at: http://thankyouforyourservice.us/issue/july-2014/article/listen-to-air-force-veteran-jim-dolan-talk-about-heroes-on-the-water
On Wednesday , Oct. 15th at 7.00 PM EST i will be interviewing Deidre Marie Capone. She is the grandniece of Al Capone and has written a book called "Uncle Al Capone."We will be discussing this book and its look at Al Capone as a family man . A up front personal look of the man that most people have never seen. The call in number to ask Deidre a question is 646-478-4848. Please join us thank you.
Dave H. Brown was an Ohio newspaper reporter/editor for nearly 15 years before beginning a 24-year career as a government public-information officer. Retiring in 1991, he became a community college adjunct professor. After 9/11, he wrote three books critical of airport security procedures and two other non-fiction titles before penning five political novels. Brown and his wife reside in North Bethesda, Maryland, and Boynton Beach, FL
Air Force One Has Vanished, the President is missing, and Congress is in turmoil... so begins this highly engaging novel by David H. Brown, former information officer at the Department of Justice and press officer for the anti-skyjacking task force.
Air Force One Has Vanished is a perfect summer “take on vacation book” that you won’t be able to put down. A combination of political thriller, mixed with a compelling clever plot and realistic “characters” (think Congress in turmoil).
Written with an insiders knowledge of the federal government, you will be treated to a current, relevant story that will have you wondering where does the fiction end and reality could actually begin?
Air Force One Has Vanished commands attention from the first page to the last. This is one interview that will have you and your listeners thinking about the interview long after it’s finished!
Jeremy and Chris are joined by Michael Simler to preview the 2014 Air Force season. We will discuss the quarterback situation which was a mess last year, and if that was the main reason that the Falcons struggled last season.
We will breakdown the schedule, key players and provide an extremely early projection for the Falcons; such as if they will make a bowl game this year.
The really big question is if Troy Calhoun is on the hot seat starting soon if the Falcons have another losing season.
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