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THE WARHAWK DYLAN KAGE MAKES A SURPISE VISIT TO THE HOMELESS SHELTER LIVE ON SUNDAY JANURAY 11TH AT 7PM. FANS MAKE SURE YOU LISTEN IN THIS SUNDAY AS HE EXPLAINS HIS ACTIONS AND WHY HE SACRIFICED HIS 16 YEAR FRIENDSHIP WITH HIS FORMER TAG TEAM PARTNER SHI. SPEAKING OF SHI WE HAVE SENT A OPEN INVITATION TO SHI TO CALL IN THIS SUNDAY TO CONFRONT HIS FORMER TAG TEAM PARTNER DYLAN KAGE. WILL SHI CALL IN IS THE QUESTION? MAKE SURE YOU LISTEN LIVE THIS SUNDAY TO FIND OUT OR CALL IN TO ASK DYLAN KAGE ANY QUESTIONS.
Because of a guest scheduling problem, we will be replaying my interview with Reginery History author Barrett Tillman. A longtime friend and frequent guest, you should find my interview from last year with him both interesting and extremely thoughtful. His recent book, FORGOTTEN FIFTEENTH, about the World War II Fifteenth Air Force in the Mediterranean Theater, has earned both critical praise and excellent reviews. So tune in one more time at 1 PM EDT to listen to this well spoken and thoughtful gentleman talk about one of the most interesting and least known episodes of World War II.
For many Americans, the word "Airpower" is defined by the exploits of the Eighth Air Force flying from England to bomb targets in Germany and occupied Europe. But there was much more to American airpower during World War II, then just the efforts of, "The Mighty Eighth." One of the more notable contributions to the Allied victory in Europe came from the U.S. Fiftheenth Air Force, based in the Mediterranean Theater of Operations. Though smaller than the Eighth, the Fifteenth Air Force was more diverse, and in some ways had a more challenging and varietal target set to prosecute. These ranged from radar stations that had to be destroyed prior to the invasion of the French Riviera in the summer of 1944, to the massive petroleum production facilities at Ploesti in Hungary. The Fifteenth Air Force was also the home to the all-Negro 332nd Fighter Group, the famous "Redtails" which had been trained as an "experiment" at Tuskegee, Alabama. And in spite of having been forgotten by most aviation historians, the men of the Fifteenth Air Force created a combat record as substantial as any other of World War II.
To learn more about the Fifteenth Air Force, join military historian, author and journalist John D. Gresham (@greshamj01) for Military Monday at 1 p.m. Eastern. His guest this week is well known aviation historian and Regency History Press author Barrett Tillman, whose new book, FORGOTTEN FIFTEENTH, chronicles the men, missions, and story of this little-known aerial armada. Together they will take listeners through a Mediterranean odyssey, combining World War II's most advanced weapons and aircraft, with a region as old as history itself. Listeners are encouraged to call in and offer both questions and opinions, and what should be a most enlightening hour of history for aviation buffs.
(144) Yanks Air Museum with Mr. Frank Wright
I spent a wonderful couple of hours with Mr. Frank Wright , Operations Manager of the Museum. We talked about a lot of different subjects and It was just a lot of Fun
please note there is SHORT Silent gap when phone connection quit
Although the collection began in 1972, Yanks’ was founded in 1982 by Mr. and Mrs. Nichols. The Nichols originally sought to acquire only three exceptional aircraft, the P-40 Warhawk, the Beech Staggerwing and the Stearman trainer. Purchased in 1973 the first aircraft of the collection was the Beech Staggerwing.
Even now, the Nichols’ still travel and collect, ever strengthening their resolve to restore and preserve American aircraft, their history and artifacts. The Nichols met and dealt with some of the most prominent icons in the aviation community to ensure the accuracy of each restoration. In the early years only true aviation enthusiasts were allowed into the museum, which was at that time more of a storage facility.
Now after more than four decades of public interest along with visitors from Japan, Australia, Germany, England and France, and of course America, the secret museum is no longer! The Yanks Air Museum preserves a collection of America’s aviation and aerospace legacy numbering more than 170 aircraft and has become one of the most prominent private aircraft collections in the world.
Aircraft from WW 1 up to the Most Modern F-18, F-16, and F-15 Fighters
Today's episode will discuss the amazing aquisition of Beats Music and Beats Electronics by Apple.
Other topics include:
Apple's secret hacking hole
LG announcement of their new smartphone
Samsung's breakthrough health announcment
Your calls and answers to your questions
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Special Guest Co-Host Bea25! join us live on Sunday October 18, 2009 as we begin our two part series "Women of Warhawk!" we will talk about girl gamers, girls that will KILL you! and best of all we BE will giving away prizes! $20 psn card, 2 pink bluetooth headset, all 3 warhawk booster packs, and 2 $50 dollar gift certificates to the day spa of the winners choice! and we will tell you how you can become the New female Co-Host of WarhawkRADIO!
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Merry Christmas People! As my Christmas present to you I am putting Majicman72 loose on 1 map for you all to kill! first 21 people get entrance to FrankiePeppers' MANHUNT for 2 $20 PSN Cards! (Thats $40 bucks for the dummies out there who cant add!) And dont forget about Warhawk Christmas Eve with CLUSTER BOMBS! Special Guests include: Special People! and some not so special people. lol
The Red Light Sports Network is proud to bring back Royal Purple Sports Editor Kevin Cunningham to preview the Unviersity of Wisconsin - Whitewater Warhawk Men's and Women's Basketball teams as they begin NCAA DIII tournament play tonight.