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God bless the peaceMAKERS!
Happy Birthday US Army
Happy Flag day
Chaplain Gordon James Klingenschmitt, PhD
Taking questions on the middle east should we go to war?
Gas Prices, The Economy! Barrack Obama's New World Order?
All Your Questions Answered!
The NSA Spying?
Former Navy Chaplain punished for praying "in Jesus' name" but vindicated by the U.S. Congress
Guest: Barry Jacobsen, editor of The Deadliest Warrior and political analyst. We discussed the shooting at Ft Hood, the problems at the Korean Peninsula, Ukraine, the US-Russia challenge and we remember The Marshall Plan signed into law on this day in 1948.
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Colonel Phil McNair (US Army - ret.) with Dr. Fred Stielow to discuss the Higher Education Research & Scholarship Foundation and what it means to be a military-friendly school and the approach to supporting PTSD-impacted students in an online classroom.
Colonel Phil McNair (US Army - ret.): http://www.apus.edu/about-us/leadership/bios/mcnair-phil.htm
Dr. Fred Stielow: http://www.apus.edu/about-us/leadership/bios/stielow-fred.htm
This is the first episode about CSM Hess and how he joined the military. This will be a series of events starting from 1959 to his retirement in 1985. We actually moved to http://www.blogtalkradio.com/csmhessspecialforces starting with episode 3 etc. Feel free to call in with questions for CSM or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our first guest is Mr. Abe Abrams. Abe is the Director of Corporate Programs for the Campaign of the National Museum of the US Army. Abe and the rest of the staff there are working hard to get all the funding in place to build the first museum ever dedicated to our country's US Army. Learn more at www.armyhistory.org.
Our second guest of the night will be Jaecyn Bayne. He's an independent hip hop artist (pronounced Jason Bain) and also the cousin of a Marine that's done 3 tours in Afghanistan. The best way he could show his thanks and appreciation to him, as well as all the other troops that risk their lives for us, was to do a song. Check out his video here: http://youtu.be/RQOf8Vbht0I
Islamic Caliphate in Seven Easy Steps
The First Phase Known as "the awakening" -- this has already been carried out and was supposed to have lasted from 2000 to 2003, or more precisely from the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 in New York and Washington to the fall of Baghdad in 2003. The aim of the attacks of 9/11 was to provoke the US into declaring war on the Islamic world and thereby "awakening" Muslims. "The first phase was judged by the strategists and masterminds behind al-Qaida as very successful," writes Hussein. "The battle field was opened up and the Americans and their allies became a closer and easier target." The terrorist network is also reported as being satisfied that its message can now be heard "everywhere."
The Second Phase "Opening Eyes" is, according to Hussein's definition, the period we are now in and should last until 2006. Hussein says the terrorists hope to make the western conspiracy aware of the "Islamic community." Hussein believes this is a phase in which al-Qaida wants an organization to develop into a movement. The network is banking on recruiting young men during this period. Iraq should become the center for all global operations, with an "army" set up there and bases established in other Arabic states.
The Third Phase This is described as "Arising and Standing Up" and should last from 2007 to 2010. "There will be a focus on Syria," prophesies Hussein, based on what his sources told him. The fighting cadres are supposedly already prepared and some are in Iraq. Attacks on Turkey and -- even more explosive -- in Israel are predicted. Al-Qaida's masterminds hope that attacks on Israel will help the terrorist group become a recognized organization. The author also believes that countries neighboring Iraq, such as Jordan, are also in danger.
Veterans Monument , Druding Park San Jacinto CA.
Just a small park in the city of San Jacinto, California that I wanted to try an experiment, and Present my flag. I found a very small yet very interesting little park dedicated to the veterans of San Jacinto. Druding Park even has a memorial to one of the town’s fallen Vietnam heroes, Joseph Patrick “Joey” Pink.
There is a memorial to all the services, Air Force has the B-17 Propeller, USMC has the Globe and Anchor, US Navy has an Anchor from the USS Cleveland LPD-7, US Coast Guard has a Light House and of Course the US Army has its tank.
Two special Memorials include the Bell from the SS Cape Johnson, and a Marker and Flags for the POW-MIA.
Of Course being of Inquisitive mind a couple of Questions arose
Why the USS Cleveland and what is tie in with San Jacinto?
Wasn’t there a USS San Jacinto ?
Why the B17 Prop and what is tie in with San Jacinto?
Why the SS Cape Johnston and what is tie in with San Jacinto?
Why the Tank and what is tie in with San Jacinto?
There seemed to be some question has what kind of tank it is?
I will leave these questions for my listeners to help me solve.
A Special Shout out to Allan Stringer who went with me on this little adventure
Army Colonel Gilberto Villahermosa served for 33 years and has traveled extensively throughout Afghanistan, first in 1995, when he entered the country for discussions with Tajik rebels; then as the Executive Officer for the Commander of NATO’s International Security and Assistance Force (ISAF) and the U.S. Senior National Representative to NATO in Kabul (2004-2005); and finally with the United States Central Command in 2012.
As the Senior Defense Official and Defense Attaché in Yemen he experienced first-hand Al Qaeda’s 17 September 2008 attack on the U.S. Embassy in Sana’a which killed more than a dozen people, developed America’s counter-terrorism centric engagement strategy, which prevented an Al Qaeda tipping point in the region in 2009, and grew the military budget from $4 to almost $200 million a year, while overseeing a U.S. Military Group of more than 150 military personnel.
Gilberto Villahermosa is a Published Author and experienced Public Speaker. He is the author of “Honor and Fidelity. The 65th Infantry in Korea” and “Hitler’s Paratrooper. The Life and Battles of Rudolph Witzig”. His third book, “Hitler’s Paratroopers in Normandy. The German II Parachute Corps in the Battle for France 1944” is due to be published this Summer by Frontline Books in London.
Colonel Villahermosa is also the On-Camera Historian for the PBS award-winning documentary “The Borinqueneers”, which details the trials and tribulations of the Puerto Rico Regiment in the Korean War.
Join us to celebrate the freedoms that we are so fortunate to have and to honor a group of those that have served this beloved country of ours.
This episode will feature US Army Veteran, Brian Mahoney, who is well known for his role as Detective Duffy on The Boondock Saints movies, among roles on other popular Hollywood movies. If you would like to have a question about his Hollywood career or Military career read to him on air, comment on this event page with your question or private message Mag Blog Radio.
Also speaking about their experiences in the Military are the following Special Guests:
Capri Cruz - US Navy
Billy Endress - US Army
David Spearman - US Army
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the US government sprayed some 20 million gallons of herbicides and defoliants over vast areas of South Vietnam (and to a lesser extent in Laos, Cambodia, and even, marginally, North Vietnam), in “Operation Trail Dust.” Some 95% of the herbicides were sprayed by the US Air Force flying C-123s as part of “Operation Ranch Hand.” Fitted with specially developed spray tanks with a capacity of 1000 gallons of herbicide, the planes typically sprayed a 14 kilometer (8.5 mile) swath of land in about 4 ½ minutes. The remaining 5% were sprayed by backpacks, hand, helicopters and trucks around US military installations by the US Army Chemical Corps and allied forces. The herbicides sprayed were up to 50 times the concentration that would have been used for normal agricultural use.
In a three year study, 70 volunteer prisoners at the Holmesburg State Prison in Philadelphia were subjected to tests of dioxin, the highly toxic chemical contaminant in Agent Orange. Lesions which the men developed were not treated and remained for up to seven months. None of the subjects was informed that they would later be studied for the development of cancer. This was the second such experiment which Dow Chemical undertook on "volunteers" who did not receive the information which the world proclaimed was necessary for "informed consent" at Nuremberg. [Note: Dow/Corning manufactured and sold artificial breast implants even after the health risks of the implants became known. [The massive class action lawsuit was only recently settled].