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Maj. Gen. Patrick Henry Brady
(USA, ret.), recipient of the Medal of Honor in the Vietnam War .With his new book, "DEAD MEN FLYING: The Legend of Dust Off; America's Battlefield Angels," stories of the humanitarian acts not only of the "Dust Off" pilots and crews, but GI's generally in Vietnam, who built hospitals, aid stations, schools, and accomplished many humanitarian acts even as the war raged. Also discussing his opinions on today's Military actions"

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  1. Chuck Wilder's interview on Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2010, 1:05 pm, with Maj. Gen. Patrick Henry Brady (USA, ret.), recipient of the Medal of Honor in the Vietnam War as a "Dust-off" helicopter medical rescue pilot, should not be missed: Known as the "GI's General" in Vietnam, Gen. Brady is truly one of America's greatest living military heroes, and patriots.
    Gen. Brady's appearance is made even more meaningful as it is the anniversary of the day that the ground campaign began in Operation Desert Storm in Iraq on Feb. 24, 1991.
    Chuck Wilder's interview of Gen. Brady is expected to focus on his new book, "DEAD MEN FLYING: The Legend of Dust Off; America's Flying Angels," which tells the all but unreported stories of the humanitarian acts not only of the "Dust Off" pilots and crews, but GI's generally in Vietnam, who built hospitals, aid stations, schools, and accomplished many humanitarian acts even as the war raged. He contends that the humanitarian acts of Americans during war and not at the end of the war, is unique in the history of U.S. warfare.
    It is also generally unknown, as those who served in Vietnam were defamed as "war criminals" and "baby killers" by self-promoting opportunists epitomized by John Kerry, a male version of Jane Fonda, who made outrageous accusations against American troops in his testimony before Congress in 1971, and in a book (now withdrawn from publication) -- but, when confronted to provide proof, Kerry was unable to provide the names of alleged perpetrators, witnesses, dates, times, places or other evidence to substantiate a single claim. Kerry parlayed his defamations to a political career. Kerry's picture is displayed along with Jane Fonda's in the Victory Museum of the North Vietnamese communists, who honor Kerry and Fonda as persons who helped them "defeat the United States."
    Gen. Brady's book, written with his daughter, Meaghan Brady Smith -- herself a Bronze Star recipient as a combat officer in Operation Iraqui Freedom -- presents a very different, and true, picture of the humanitarian works of GI's in Vietnam. It is published by Merriam Press (information at www.merriam-press.com.
    In addition, Chuck Wilder's interview with Gen. Bradly is likely to include a range of contemporary issues and controversies, for instance: the "Don't Ask/Don't Tell" policy precluding open homosexual conduct in the military, which policy President Barack Hussein Obama wants to abolish; civil trials of Islamist terrorists with provision to them of the constitutional rights of Americans; domestic Muslim jihadist terrorism, including the Ft. Hood Massacre and political-correctness in the military; foreign Muslim jihadist terrorism, including in Iraq, Afhanistan, and terror attacks in European countries including England, France, Spain, and elsewhere; the fight to pass the Flag Amendment to allow Americans to vote on ratification of an amendment which would allow passage of legislation protecting the Flag from desecration; the fight of veterans of The American Legion against abuses of the ACLU in legal attacks under the Establishment Clause against veterans memorials, the Ten Commandments, the Boy Scouts, Public Seals, and the ACLU's receipt of millions in taxpayer-paid, judge-ordered attorney fees for filing such cases -- which most American taxpayers abhor; and other matters.
    It should not be missed.

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  2. Terry Lance Dallas TexFebruary 24, 2010 at 3:25 PM

    Excellent interview with a "Hero" and enjoyed your stab at Kerry the tratior.You sure dont find him and Fonda leaving this terrible country do you?
    PS Wish you had Pod cast

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