8 Nov 2019    Newsletter


11 November is Veterans Day

Please make recognition of Veterans Day a regular part of your family’s culture.  There are lots of ways to do that, but please make sure that patriotism and honoring our military are a part of what your children learn at home—because they may not learn it anywhere else.



Equal Opportunity in Our Military – NOT

This says it all and needs to be understood by all Americans.

Trey Gowdy, former South Carolina Congressman, responded to a question from a CNN reporter about the ban of transgenders from joining the US armed forces.  As Trey typically does so very well, he nailed it rather succinctly. He does not mince words.

Question: “How can President Trump claim to represent all US citizens, regardless of sexual orientation, when he banned transgenders from joining the military?  Isn’t that discrimination?”

Trey Gowdy’s response: “Nobody has ‘a right’ to serve in the military.  Nobody!  What makes you people think the military is an equal opportunity employer?  It is very far from it – and for good reasons – let me cite a few:

The Military uses prejudice regularly and consistently to deny citizens from joining—for being too old or too young, too fat or too skinny, too tall or too short.  Citizens are denied for having flat feet, or for having missing, or additional, fingers.”  He went on to explain: “By the way, poor eyesight will disqualify you, as well as bad teeth.  Malnourished?  Drug addiction?

Bad back?  Criminal history?  Low IQ?  Anxiety?  Phobias?  Hearing damage?  Six arms?  Hearing voices in your head?  Self-identification as a Unicorn?  Need a special access ramp for your wheelchair?  “Can’t run the required course in the required time?  Can’t do the required number of push-ups?  Not really a morning person?  and refuse to get out of bed before noon?  All can be legitimate reasons for denial

“The Military has one job:  Winning Wars.  Anything else is a distraction and a liability.
Did someone just scream?  That isn’t Fair?

War is VERY unfair; there are no exceptions made for being special or challenged or socially wonderful.  “YOU must change yourself to meet Military standards and not the other way around.    “I say again: You don’t change the Military – you must change yourself.
The Military is not about being fair, it is about taking advantage of others and about winning.  “The Military doesn’t need to accommodate anyone with special issues.  The Military needs to Win Wars and keep our Country safe – PERIOD!

“If any of your personal issues are a liability that detract from readiness or lethality…Thank you for applying and good luck in future endeavors.

“Any other questions?”



No God in our Congress

The House of Representatives seems to have removed any reference to God from all their activities, including when swearing in people to testify before them.  Apparently, none of the leadership in the house has any concept of our Constitution or Declaration of Independence or of our history.  This is beyond shameful.

Read More HERE




VA Whistleblowers Are Hurting

Brandon Coleman, a Marine vet and VA Whistleblower, has been a guest on FoF many times.  He was brought into the new Whistleblower Protection office when President Trump started it.  Coleman says the office worked very well—until the first of this year.  Here’s a report from the Washington Post.

“Brandon Coleman, a former VA whistleblower who was recruited to serve as the office’s first whistleblower program specialist and to develop mentoring, education and outreach programs, said in an email that “under current leadership all of that is gone.”

“As a noted VA whistleblower who supports President Trump I will say it is a scary time to be a whistleblower within the federal government,” Coleman said in a statement. The office “was how we were finally supposed to get it right for VA Whistleblowers and instead we are currently failing them.”

Read More HERE






Movie Assignment

Remember, this month’s film review; I assign a film to watch each month—and give you a link to it; you’re invited to email in your comments—and we’ll review it on the last show of the month.  Share the link with your friends or tell them that they can find the link on the Blog section of FrontlinesOfFreedom.com.

The movie is. Ma (mother).

Here’s the link; you can watch it for free: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aRBsuJv-6a0





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Special Ops Guys Take Baghdadi – Video

What does it look like when US special operations forces move in on the compound of a long-hunted terrorist? A video newly released by the Pentagon gives a sneak-peak.

A series of videos, released during a press conference, show members of the Army’s elite Delta Force on Oct. 26 moving towards the compound in Syria occupied by ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.

Pursued into a series of tunnels by US troops, including a military working dog, Baghdadi detonated a suicide vest, killing himself and three chidren officials said he used as human shields.

Baghdadi, the self-declared ISIS “caliph,” was the subject of a $25 million bounty for information leading to his death or capture.

Read More HERE




Snowball Express

You might recognize actor Gary Siniese from movies such as Forest Gump and The Green Mile, but the celebrity has another passion: honoring and helping US military veterans and their families. He founded the Gary Sinise Foundation in 2011, a charity that creates unique programs designed to “entertain, educate, inspire, strengthen, and build communities.” One of those programs is Snowball Express, a special initiative that provides free trips for children of fallen soldiers.

Read More HERE




Burial at Arlington

Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy on Sept. 25 announced new criteria for interment (burial) and internment (preservation of cremated remains) at Arlington National Cemetery to keep from running out of space in the nation’s most hallowed military cemetery.

Congress called on the Army to revise the criteria for burial at the cemetery in the 2019 National Defense Authorization Act, with the goal to keep it functioning as an active burial ground for another 150 years. That’s not possible under present rules.

Today, some 95,000 burial spaces remain available, but with more than 20 million living veterans and 2 million military members currently serving, the population of potential eligibles keeps growing. Without changes to eligibility, the cemetery will be full by the mid-2050s, according to the Army.

Today, any Active Duty member or veteran with at least one day of active service is eligible for burial at Arlington.

Under the proposed new rules, below-ground interment will be limited to presidents and vice presidents, as well as military members or veterans:

  • Killed in action, including repatriated remains of service members
  • Awarded the Silver Star or service Cross or Medal of Honor
  • Awarded the Purple Heart
  • Suffering combat-related service deaths during “unique” military activities
  • Formerly held as prisoners of war
  • Or who served in combat and also served out of uniform in government and “made significant contributions to the nation’s security at the highest levels of public service.”

Those eligible to be interned above ground must be either:

  • World War II-era veterans, including legislated active duty designees
  • Retirees from the military who are eligible for retirement pay but not eligible for interment
  • Veterans who served at least two years on active duty and served in combat
  • Or veterans who did not serve in combat, but did serve out of uniform in government service and “made significant contributions to the nations security at the highest levels of public service.”

A notice of the new rules will be posted for public comment in the Federal Register within the next nine months, according to the cemetery.

At the same time, the cemetery is planning a large expansion of the grounds on the southern side of the cemetery, including the area surrounding the Air Force Memorial. The expansion will add another 60,000 new burial plots and a large new columbarium for cremated remains.




Supercarrier USS Ford has yet More Problems

The military’s most expensive ship hit what Navy officials are calling a significant milestone when it returned to its Virginia homeport.

The aircraft carrier Gerald R. Ford is back in Naval Station Norfolk after several setbacks in getting new technology on the ship working, some of which remains ongoing.

Despite the setbacks — including 15 months of maintenance at Newport News Shipbuilding where the ship was built — the Navy say the first Ford-class carrier will be “the centerpiece of national defense in an increasingly complex security environment.”

“USS Gerald R. Ford is the most technologically advanced, most lethal combat platform in the world,” Rear Adm. James Downey, the program executive officer for Navy aircraft carriers, said in a statement. “Everyone, from the highest levels of government to the crew working the deck plates, is laser focused on this aircraft carrier being ready to enter fleet service.”

The ship’s hefty $13 billion price tag and many maintenance delays have certainly caught flak from leaders in Washington.

President Trump once called the Ford’s Electromagnetic Aircraft Launch System known as EMALS “no good,” saying he’d mandate that future carriers return to the legacy steam catapult system. And Rep. Elaine Luria, a Virginia Democrat and retired Navy surface officer, recently referred to the ship as a $13 billion floating berthing barge.

Navy leaders don’t deny there have been challenges. But Vice Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Robert Burke told reporters last week the service and shipbuilder had made “some significant strides in the last 15 months.”

Read More HERE




VA and Wasted Funds on Training

When the new whistleblower and accountability-focused office at the troubled Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) opened its doors in 2017, it was supposed to help change the agency’s longstanding culture of retaliation against whistleblowers who speak out about waste and abuse in the agency that cares for our nation’s veterans. But since then, insider accounts have shown that accountability is still sorely lacking within the VA, and within the Office of Accountability and Whistleblower Protection (OAWP) itself.

Read More HERE



Medal of Honor Awarded

President Trump awarded the nation’s highest military honor to an active duty Green Beret for his heroic actions while serving in Afghanistan’s Shok Valley in 2008, according to the White House.

Army Master Sgt. Matthew Williams, of Boerne, Texas, was critical in ensuring the evacuation of his wounded teammates from a mountain as the unit took fire from insurgents.

“Sergeant Williams’ actions helped save the lives of four critically wounded soldiers and prevented the lead element of the assault force from being overrun by the enemy,” the Oct. 10  White House statement said.

Williams was serving as a weapons sergeant with Special Forces Operational Detachment Alpha (ODA 3336) when the incident occurred. He was initially awarded the Silver Star for his actions, but it was determined that the award will be upgraded by the president on Oct. 30, after a review of valor awards that began under former Defense Secretary Ash Carter in 2016.

Read More HERE




Superbowl 39

“This is the NFL opening ceremony for Super Bowl 39. No kneeling, no hiding in locker rooms and no trashing America.  There were even two former presidents from different political parties standing together to salute America.  We need to return to those days.

Read More HERE




VA Police Force A Problem, too

The Department of Veterans Affairs announced a major overhaul of the structure and management of its police force, in response to scathing watchdog reports on waste and poor oversight that led to lapses in security for patients and staff.

The announcement by the VA said that the police force of about 4,200 would be realigned at its hospitals and other facilities in a “critical step forward,” following recommendations by the VA’s Office of Inspector General and the Government Accountability Office.

“The realignment will be the most extensive since the creation of the police force and will fundamentally change standardization and oversight across the enterprise,” VA Secretary Robert Wilkie said in a statement.

“This highlights my commitment to the high standards of professionalism and transparency across the department,” which the GAO and IG’s reports said had been lacking in management of the police force, he added.

The two watchdog reports last year detailed short-staffing in the police ranks, millions in wasted overtime, and failures of inspections and oversight caused by a confusing command structure in which individual executives in the Veterans Health Administration (VHA) set differing standards for policing at hospitals.

“The governance problems stemmed from confusion about police program roles and authority and a lack of a centralized management or clearly designated staff within VHA to manage and oversee the police program,” the IG’s report said.

Read More HERE




F-16 Training Crashes

An F-16 Fighting Falcon crashed during a routine training flight late last month night near Holloman Air Force Base, New Mexico, according to the Air Force.

The pilot was able to eject from the aircraft and is being treated at a local hospital, base officials said in a news release. The F-16, assigned to the 49th Wing, went down at around 7:16 pm just 80 miles southeast of the base.

Emergency services responded to the scene. The cause is under investigation.

While the base has housed MQ-9 Reaper remotely piloted aircraft since 2009, Holloman has some F-16s for pilot training.

And, earlier last month, an F-16 assigned to Spangdahlem Air Base crashed in Germany. The pilot was able to eject and was rescued with minor injuries.

Spangdahlem’s 52nd Fighter Wing temporarily paused flying operations following the crash and ended a flight exercise two days early.

Read More HERE




Medal of Honor Puck-drop

Nothing will make your heart soar like hearing the “The Star-Spangled Banner” ring out at a sporting event, so when 46 living Medal of Honor recipients descended upon the Amalie Arena in Tampa, Florida for a puck drop at a recent hockey game, we’re guessing it probably felt a million bald eagles screaming “America!” all at once. The Tampa Bay Lightning hosted 46 of the nation’s 70 living Medal of Honor recipients at the team’s game against the Pittsburgh Penguins.

Corporal Hershel W. “Woody” Williams, USMC (Ret.) was awarded the Medal of Honor on Oct. 3, 1945 by President Harry Truman for his bravery in the Battle of Iwo Jima.
At 96, Mr. Williams is the second-oldest living Medal of Honor recipient.

The attendees included nine veterans from the Global War on Terrorism, 34 from Vietnam, two from the Korean War, and WWII veteran Woody” Williams. During the Battle of Iwo Jima, Williams repeatedly assaulted Japanese bunkers and fighting positions armed with a flamethrower and demolition charges in order to clear the way for Marines who remained pinned down under brutal enemy fire.

To mark the start of the game, Williams — joined by his fellow recipients, sporting matching Lightning jerseys — conducted the ceremonial puck drop:

Tonight, the announcer said, we were privileged to honor and recognize 46 of the 70 living recipients of the Congressional Medal of Honor.
For fighting for us, for not expecting anything in return, for your bravery… Thank you

“What these gentlemen have accomplished and what they’ve given to our country is unbelievable,” Lightning’s owner Jeff Vinik told the Tampa Bay Times. “This isn’t just the Lightning and Amalie Arena hosting these heroes here. This is the entire community who’s made them feel at home.”

Watch the Video HERE




Russian Drones and EW impacted

International economic sanctions are taking a toll on Russia’s ability to use drones and conduct electronic warfare against Ukrainian forces, according to a top Ukrainian military official.

Col. Ivan Pavlenko, deputy chief of Combat Support Units of the Joint Forces Headquarters, Joint Staff Armed Forces of Ukraine, said that the penalties have impacted Russian forces’ ability to repair and upgrade high-scale weapons that help locate Ukrainian soldiers and their equipment.

“Sanctions [are] like a virus,” he said following his speech at the Association of Old Crows’ Symposium. Military.com spoke with Pavlenko after his keynote speech at the nonprofit organization’s conference in Washington, DC, about the applications of electronic warfare in East Ukraine.

The Pentagon has long watched the war in Ukraine as a blueprint for where it could apply its own lessons and has issued studies that could help service members understand where and how an attack manifests on the electromagnetic spectrum — and how best to deny the adversary.

Russian-backed separatists have been jamming signals to misdirect or take out commercial drones Ukrainian soldiers use to conduct aerial surveillance.

During his speech, Pavlenko said Russia has been able to best even some of the simplest technologies both countries use, such as radio repeaters. In 2015, Russian forces were able to infect repeaters — which act as a both a radio receiver and transmitter to resend signals at longer distances — with a virus. Russia has jammed radio frequency bands and frequently targeted Ukrainian soldiers’ smartphones, blocking cell phone signals as far as 20 miles from their frontline positions. They also send taunting text messages.

Read More HERE




The US Constitution

When members of our Armed Forces are sworn in, we all take an oath to support and defend the Constitution of the US against all enemies, foreign and domestic.  The entire document, including all amendments, takes slightly less than 7600 words.  We veterans and, indeed, all patriots, should read this document over and over again.  It’s not complicated.

Do we really want un-elected Supreme Court Justices re-writing the Constitution any time five of them want to see a change?  That’s what happens.  The Constitution says that Congress writes and amends laws—but that’s ignored.

There are two national organizations that are focused on making our nation aware of, and practicing, the Constitution—and I’m active in both of them.  First is Concerned Veterans for America (cv4a.org).  Then, there’s Combat Veterans for Congress (CVC.org).



God Loves Us

Scott McChrystal is a retired Army Colonel, Chaplain.  Here are some of his insights that I think you’ll find appropriate.


Across our increasingly complex world, cries go out for better leaders – every nation, every conceivable kind and level of organization – the desperate need is for better leaders.

There is certainly no lack of material being produced telling others how to become better leaders. The results, however, have not been record-setting. Consensus seems to report that leadership across the board is not improving. If anything, it might even be in decline.

Is there an explanation? I believe there is.

So, what is the real issue? Point blank: the world at large does not take Jesus seriously as a leader. People may look to Jesus for wisdom and encouragement, but they don’t believe Jesus has the practical knowledge to solve the “real life” issues relating to finances, health, crime, education, environment, etc.

Jesus Christ is the best leader who ever walked the planet. John’s Gospel reports this about Jesus:

Through him all things were made; without him nothing was made that has been made. John 1:3 (NIV)



Wise Words

Retired Navy CAPT Joe John has done many things in his life; I’ve asked him to share a few words of wisdom with us:

Read More HERE




Civil War History

Here are some questions on the Civil War; we’ll post the answers in the next newsletter.

Here are the answers to the last issue’s questions:

  1. Which southern states had at least one unit fight for the Union?
    1. All of them
  2. What famous American literary icon served briefly in the Marion County Missouri Confederate Rangers?                      
    1. Samuel Clemmons (Mark Twain).
  3. At the battle of Chancellorsville, along what major thoroughfare was General Jackson’s (CSA) attack made on the Union right flank?
    1. Orange Turnpike.

Here are the new questions:

1, During what years was the Civil War fought?

2, Who was the president of the US during the Civil War?

3, Who was the first president of the Confederate States of America?




Military Music

Toby Keith’s American Soldier

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Two quotes to consider.

Only our individual faith in freedom can keep us free. 

Dwight D. Eisenhower


I don’t know what effect these men will have upon the enemy, but, by God, they terrify me.

The Duke of Wellington




Programming:  You’ll want to tune into the show (live or by podcast).

9-15 Nov:  American Legion National Commander Bill Oxford will discuss the Legion and Veterans Day.  Then we’ll discuss the concept of “endless wars” with Concerned Veterans for America.  And we’ll review the previous week’s Service Academy Football games.

16-22 Nov:  Army Combat Vet John James will discuss Veterans Day and challenges facing America.  Author Brian Kilmeade will discuss his outstanding book, Sam Houston and the Alamo Avengers.  Then Chaplain Roger Bouma will share about healing invisible wounds.  And we’ll review the previous week’s Service Academy Football games.



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This came in from a really old artilleryman.


EATING IN THE FIFTIES  (1950’s, that is)

Pasta had not been invented. It was macaroni or spaghetti.

Curry was a surname.

Taco? Never saw one till I was 15.

All chips were plain.

Oil was for lubricating, fat was for cooking.

Tea was made in a teapot using tea leaves and never green.

Cubed sugar was regarded as posh.

Chickens didn’t have fingers in those days.

None of us had ever heard of yogurt.

Healthy food consisted of anything edible!

Cooking outside was called camping.

Seaweed was not a recognized food.

‘Kebab’ was not even a word, never mind a food.

Sugar enjoyed a good press in those days, and was regarded as being white gold.

Prunes were medicinal and stewed.

Surprisingly Muesli was readily available It was called cattle feed.

Pineapples came in chunks or were round with a hole in the middle, in a tin; we had only ever seen a picture of a real one.

Water came out of the tap. If someone had suggested bottling it and charging more than gasoline for it, they would have become a laughing stock.

There were three things that we never ever had on/at our table in the fifties:  elbows, hats and cell phones!

……..and there were always two choices for each meal…

“Take it” or Leave it”




A Couple Interesting Photos – and A Funny One Too

This shopping cart has a calculator so you know how much you’re spending.


This bar has a frost strip so you can keep your drink cold.






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KMED 106.7 FM Medford / Ashland OR Sundays 6pm-8pm PT
KBNP 1410 AM Portland OR Saturdays 11pm-1am PT
KSLM 1220 AM Salem OR Sundays 9am-11am PT
KSLM 104.3 FM Salem OR Sundays 9am-11am PT
WJET 1400 AM Erie PA Saturdays 6am-8am ET
WJET 96.7 FM Erie PA Sundays 11am-1pm ET
WEJS 1600 AM Jersey Shore PA Saturdays 10am-11am ET
WEJS 104.1 FM Williamsport PA Saturdays 10am-11am ET
WTQS 1490 AM Cameron SC Saturdays 1pm-3pm ET
WQXL 1470 AM Columbia SC Saturdays 1pm-3pm ET
WQXL 100.7 FM Columbia SC Saturdays 1pm-3pm ET
WLFJ 660 AM Greenville-Spartanburg SC Sundays 3pm-4pm ET
WLFJ 92.9 FM Greenville-Spartanburg SC Sundays 3pm-4pm ET
WLSC 1240 AM Loris SC Saturdays
WRNN 99.5 FM Myrtle Beach SC Saturdays 5am-6am ET
WTQS 97.1 FM Orangeburg SC Saturdays 1pm-3pm ET
KOTA 1380 AM Rapid City SD Saturdays 7am-7:30am CT
KOTA 100.7 FM Myrtle Beach SD 7am-7:30am 5am-6am CT
WBCR 1470 AM Alcoa TN Sunday 7pm-9pm CT
WGOW 1150 AM Chattanooga TN Sunday 2pm-4pm ET
WGOW 102.3 FM Chattanooga TN Saturday
WVWB 1400 AM Clarksville TN Saturday 11am-12pm CT
WCLE 101.3 FM Cleveland TN Sunday 8pm-9pm ET
WCLE 1570 AM Cleveland TN Sunday 8pm-9pm ET
WGRV 1340 AM Greeneville TN Saturdays 10pm-12am ET
WGRV 95.5 FM Greeneville TN Saturdays 10pm-12am ET
WGRV 99.5 FM Greeneville TN Saturdays 10pm-12am ET
WETB 790 AM Johnson City TN Saturdays 8pm-10pm CT
WETR 760 AM Knoxville TN Monday 3am-5am ET
WETR 92.3 FM Knoxville TN Monday 3am-5am ET
KWAM 990 AM Memphis TN Saturdays 1am-3am CT
KWAM 107.9 FM Memphis TN Saturdays 1am-3am CT
KACT 1360 AM Andrews TX Sundays 7pm-8pm CT
KJCE 1370 AM Austin TX Saturdays 9pm-11pm CT
KBST 1490 AM Big Spring TX Sundays 5pm-7pm CT
KRNH 102.1 FM Fredericksburg TX Sundays 7pm-9pm CT
KNTH 1070 AM Houston TX Saturdays 10pm-12am CT
KNTH 103.3 FM Houston TX Saturdays 10pm-12am CT
KRNH 92.3 HD2 FM Kerrville TX Sundays 7pm-9pm CT
KRNH 104.3 FM Kerrville TX Sundays 7pm-9pm CT
KJJT 98.5 FM Lamesa TX Saturdays 1pm-32pm CT
KLVT 1230 AM Levelland TX Saturdays 3pm-4pm CT
KJDL 1420 AM Lubbock TX Saturdays 5am-7am CT
KJDL 98.7 FM Lubbock TX Saturdays 5am-7am CT
KURV 710 AM McAllen TX Saturdays 5pm-7pm CT
WCHV 107.5 FM Chatlottesville VA Saturdays 8pm-10pm ET
WCHV 1260 AM Chatlottesville VA Saturdays 8pm-10pm ET
WHEE 1370 AM Martinsville VA Saturdays 4pm-6pm ET
WMVA 1450 AM Martinsville VA Saturdays 4pm-6pm ET
WBLB 1340 AM Pulaski VA Saturdays 3pm-4pm ET
WBLB 107.5 FM Pulaski VA Saturdays 3pm-4pm ET
WFJX 910 AM Roanoke VA Sundays 6am-7am ET
WFJX 104.3 FM Roanoke VA Sundays 6am-7am ET
KXLE 1240 AM Ellensburg WA Saturdays 4pm-6pm PT
KBDB 96.7 HD3 FM Forks WA Sundays 9am-11am PT
KFLD 870 AM Pasco WA Sundays 4pm-5pm PT
KTTH 770 AM Seattle WA Saturdays
KSBN 1230 AM Spokane WA Sundays 5am-6am PT
KKWN 106.7 FM Wenatchee WA Saturdays 6pm-8pm PT
KWNC 1370 AM Wenatchee WA Saturdays 6pm-8pm PT
WCHS 580 AM Charleston WV Saturdays
WCHS 96.5 FM Charleston WV Saturdays
WOSH 1490 AM Oshkosh WI Sundays 4pm-6pm CT
KWNO 1230 AM La Crosse WI Saturdays 5am-7am CT
KVOW 1450 AM Riverton WY Sundays 1pm-3pm MT

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