• 01:29

    Military Monday with John D. Gresham and LCOL. William B. O'Conner, USAF (Ret.)

    in Military

    The Lockheed F-117A Nighthawk was a wonder of the aviation world when it first appeared at air shows and exhibitions in 1989. Looking like something that Darth Vader might fly in a STAR WARS movie, the Nighthawk was the first warplane designed with signiture reduction ("stealth") at the core of its design. At the time, the Nighthawk was a generation ahead of any other aircraft or defensive system of its era. During its three decades of service, the F-117A flew combat missions during numerous air campaigns from Panama to the Persian Gulf. And for the dozens of books and hundreds of magazine articles, there have been surprisingly few actual accounts of what it was like to fly the Nighthawk into combat. That has changed however, with the publication by Zenith Press (@Zenith_Press) of STEALTH FIGHTER: A YEAR IN THE LIFE OF AN F-117 PILOT.


    So join military historian, author and journalist John D. Gresham for Military Monday (#MilitaryMonday on the WriteStream Radio Network (#Writestream)) at 1 p.m. Eastern today when Hhs guest will be Lt. Col. William B. "Brad" O'Conner. USAF (Ret.). A career aviator in the U.S. Air Force, Lt. Col. O'Connor is the author of STEALTH FIGHTER: A YEAR IN THE LIFE OF AN F-117 PILOT, and a combat veteran of Operation Allied Force in 1999. In his book, Lt. Col. O'Connor gives the reader an intimate look at flying "the black jet" in combat, along with some candid opinions regarding the poor command and control of air power during the campaign. His insights should prove useful to listeners, trying to understand the present day their operations against ISIL in the Middle East. Tune in for what is sure to be an engaging hour on Military Monday.

  • 00:48

    SC EP:38 USAF and Bigfoot

    in Science

    We will be speaking to a member of the USAF who will discuss sightings around the base

  • 01:00

    Jim Shelton, USAF SR-71 Pilot (Retired)

    in Business

    Jim Shelton entered the Air Force's Aviation Cadet Program in 1955, receiving his wings in December 1956.  His first assignment was flying the F-86-F in Korea.  In 1958 he was assigned to the B-47 program.  He spent 5 ½ years flying the B-47 from Orlando FL and Lincoln NE, with many deployments to Europe.  


    In October 1964 he flew the F-102 in preparation for flying the B-58 Mach 2 SAC bomber.  He flew the B-58 for 2 ½ years before being selected for the SR-71 Program.  


    In November 1967 he arrived at Beale and started flying the SR-71 in July 1968.  He flew the aircraft for six years accruing 911 hours.  


    He flew operational missions over North Viet Nam, North Korea, the periphery of China, the DMZ area of Korea and the first Middle East mission in September 1973. 


    He received 2 Distinguished Flying Crosses and 7 Air Medals for the operational missions flown.  


    He had several staff positions at Beale AFB and retired as the Director of Reconnaissance for 15th Air Force at March AFB in 1980.  


    After retiring, he worked for the Lockheed Company's Skunk Works in the Logistic Support Division for the F-117 Stealth Fighter and retired from there in 1991.


    Podcast on location from March Field Air Museum, Riverside, CA

  • 01:10

    Military Monday with John D. Gresham and Lt. Gen. David Deptula, USAF (Ret.)

    in Military

    The current air campaign being conducted by the United States and its coalition allies in Iraq and Syria, is a complex and poorly understood operation by the American people. And clearly, the Administration of President Barack Obama prefers it that way, given that they have not even bothered to announce publicly, a name for the operation. Most of the commentators regarding this operation are political in nature, with an occasional  retired Army or Marine general officer, to comment on aerial operations they have little or no insight into, and no personal experience with whatsoever. The airwaves, cable, and satellite bandwidth is presently dominated by airpower dilettantes, ignorants, and media wannabes, providing the public with no information whatsoever about the combat operations currently being in the Middle East by America and its Allies. There is however one place they can go to gain information and learn the truth about what is happening right now, and that place this week is Military Monday on the Writestream Radio Network.


    For the finest and most authoritative discussion you will hear in American media on the current bombing campaign in Syria and Iraq, join military historian, author and journalist John D. Gresham (@Greshamj01) for Military Monday (#MilitaryMonday on @Writestream) at 1 p.m. Eastern. His guest this week is Lt. Gen. David Deptula (@Deptula_David), USAF (Ret.). and Dean of the Air Force Association's (@AirForceAssoc) Mitchell Institute for Aerospace Studies. General Deptula is a career fighter pilot, intelligence officer, and airpower planner, whose experience includes helping construct the air campaign plan for Operation Desert Storm, and actually supervising the air campaigns in Afghanistan (2001) and Iraq (2003). Arguably the finest authority on airpower in the world today, the general is going to give listeners an amazing hour of information they will find nowhere else.

  • 01:07

    RNN - Colonel James C Harding USAF, Retired

    in Politics

    ***A Veteran's Veteran***


    We are pleased to have Colonel Harding with us again. He'll discuss post election ideas for Congress..Can they regain their rightful, honorable place in governance?..Ideas for impeachment of Obama..and..Veteran status on fundraising for their benefit..what goes on!!..and at what cost??  Veteran Defenders of America Mission Statement


    The Republic News Network is a broadcast of the Republic for the United States. The purpose of the RNN is to reach out to the American People with our message of hope, that the American Republic has been restored. We do this by engaging our guests, the behind the scenes movers and shakers in America. Thursday evenings each week we engage experts in business, industry, military, law enforcement, faith, intelligence and other patriotic Americans in an effort to inform the American People of important current events and at the same time educate our guest and listeners about the restored American Republic.


    Our RNN Schedule: Live on Thursday Evenings 9:00 Eastern/ 8:00 Central/ 7:00 Mountain/ 6:00 Pacific.


    Check the Republic website often for General Information and Updates to keep you informed about the interim government restoring operations under the Constitution for the United States of America.


    Opinions stated by various contributors to the RNN are not to be considered as endorsed by officers and members of the Republic for the United States of America. Listeners are urged to use their own discernment to draw their own conclusions.

  • 01:00

    Jim Shelton, USAF SR-71 Pilot (Retired) edited

    in Technology

    Jim Shelton entered the Air Force's Aviation Cadet Program in 1955, receiving his wings in December 1956.  His first assignment was flying the F-86-F in Korea.  In 1958 he was assigned to the B-47 program.  He spent 5 ½ years flying the B-47 from Orlando FL and Lincoln NE, with many deployments to Europe.  


    In October 1964 he flew the F-102 in preparation for flying the B-58 Mach 2 SAC bomber.  He flew the B-58 for 2 ½ years before being selected for the SR-71 Program.  


    In November 1967 he arrived at Beale and started flying the SR-71 in July 1968.  He flew the aircraft for six years accruing 911 hours.  


    He flew operational missions over North Viet Nam, North Korea, the periphery of China, the DMZ area of Korea and the first Middle East mission in September 1973. 


    He received 2 Distinguished Flying Crosses and 7 Air Medals for the operational missions flown.  


    He had several staff positions at Beale AFB and retired as the Director of Reconnaissance for 15th Air Force at March AFB in 1980.  


    After retiring, he worked for the Lockheed Company's Skunk Works in the Logistic Support Division for the F-117 Stealth Fighter and retired from there in 1991.


    Podcast on location from March Field Air Museum, Riverside, CA

  • 02:28

    Jim Penniston~Author/Retired USAF Security Forces/The Rendlesham Incident

    in Paranormal

    Jim Penniston, Co-Author of Encounter in Rendlesham Forest: The Inside Story of the World's Best-Documented UFO Incident, is USAF Security Forces/Retired. He entered the Air Force in 1973 and served over twenty years active duty in the US Air Force. He was assigned to the Strategic Air Command Elite Guard in Omaha Nebraska, providing security for General Officers, Congressmen, Foreign Heads of States, and the President and members of his Cabinet. Penniston held key assignments throughout the world. Including service in Desert Shield and Desert Storm. He wrote defense, security, counter-terrorism, and contingency plans for the USAF and NATO. Additionally, he provided security support for Air Force One, and other classified aircraft weapon systems. Penniston held for the majority of his twenty year career, a U.S. TOP SECRET/BI/SCI and a NATO TOP SECRET COSMIC/ATOMAL security clearance. Sergeant Penniston and his team were "First Responders" to a security investigation of a craft-of-unknown-origin, located just outside RAF Woodbridge, England. In December 1980 that case, is known as the Rendlesham Forest Incident, and is the most documented account in military history. Jim is a frequent lecturer and presenter at numerous MUFON and other related events and conferences of similar subject matter. A speaker at two National Press Club events; His first responder's account of the Rendlesham Forest Incident has been featured worldwide on numerous television and radio programs. In addition, Penniston has been a contributor to other books concerning this phenomenon. https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Rendlesham-Forest-Incident-First-Responders-Page-of-1980/158308077540276

  • 01:02

    USAF Capt. (Ret.) Robert Salas on Paranormal Geeks Radio.

    in Paranormal

    Robert Salas. Author of Unidentified: The UFO Phenomenon: How World Governments Have Conspired to Conceal Humanity's Biggest Secret.

    Here is what people are saying about the book!!

    "...fasten your seat belt. You are in for a fascinating ride."
    --Stanton T. Friedman, author of Flying Saucers and Science

    "Salas takes the reader on a compelling and heartfelt journey through the minefields and thickets of government secrecy and cover-ups as he experienced it from his own encounters with ET, while weaving into his page-turning narrative a concise history of the modern UFO phenomenon."
    --Thomas J. Carey, best-selling co-author of Witness to Roswell

  • 01:03

    Celebrating Women Veterans with Dr. Mary M. Gillam Col (Ret), USAF

    in Business

    Wealthy Sistas® Radio                                                                                


    Connecting Business with People, Stories, and Music


    LIVE Tuesdays 11 AM EST | LISTEN LIVE @WEALTHYSISTASRADIO.COM


    THIS WEEK'S EPISODE: Dr. Mary Gillam is a retired Air Force Colonel, and former member of the Senior Executive Service (SES) Corps with the Department of Defense. She is a #1 Amazon best-selling author of 12 books.


    Wealthy Sistas® Radio, is a production of Wealthy Sistas® Media Group, Each week the host Deborah Hardnett interviews extraordinary business owners who share their real life, uncensored and uncut stories of triumphs and mishaps on their journey. Each show is packed with sound business concepts that offer solutions to business professionals globally. And is intertwined with some of the greatest R&B music of all time. Listeners will find Wealthy Sistas® Radio show both informative and inspirational and entertaining.


    Wealthy Sistas® Media Group – Promoting Positive People


    Learn more about our Host Deborah Hardnett and services at wealthysistasmedia.com

  • 01:01

    Episode 218: Abolishing of the USAF, with Robert M. Farley

    in Military

    In concept, execution, and ability to effectively provide its part of the national defense infrastructure, has a separate Air Force served this nation well, and does it make sense to keep it a separate service.


    Our guest this week makes the case that the experiment in a separate US Air Force is over, and it has failed. Though we need airpower, we don't need a separate service to provide it.


    With us for the full hour will be Professor Robert M. Farley, PhD, author of the book being released 11 March, Grounded: The Case for Abolishing the United States Air Force.


    Rob teaches defense and security courses at the Patterson School of Diplomacy at the University of Kentucky. He blogs at InformationDissemination and LawyersGunsAndMoney.

  • 01:00

    The Disabled Veteran's Story

    in Military

    The December 4, 2014, episode of American Heroes Radio features a conversation with former Major Miguel Reece, USAF (ret.) the author of The Disabled Veteran's Story: The Sacrifices of our Veterans and Their Families.


    Major Miguel Reece, United States Air Force, (ret.) "is a military veteran with more than thirty years of service as both an enlisted member and an officer in the U.S. Air Force. He served in Vietnam and the Middle East, as well as a member of Stabilization Forces in the Balkans. Major Reece was born in the Panama Canal Zone. He has a bachelor’s degree from Southern Illinois University and a master’s degree from Webster University, St. Louis, Missouri. After thirty years in the Air Force, he served for ten years with the Department of Veterans Affairs. Major Reece enjoyed working with veterans and making a difference in the lives of the beneficiaries. He often visited veterans with their families in their homes, nursing homes, assisted-living facilities, relative’s homes, under bridges, in parks, or even in a tree house. He aspires to share these stories with the world and educate a new generation or remind society of the sacrifices the American veterans endured for the freedom of this nation and not to allow their stories to be forgotten."  Major Miguel Reece is the author of The Disabled Veteran's Story: The Sacrifices of our Veterans and Their Families.

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