Bob Ford, Chicago, Jeffrey discussed on French and Friends


Bank soldier i'm really excited to have this talk coming up here in just a second but your life is another man's hands a grow wife built hotel tom izzo radio europeans repeat bob ford how are you sir pleasure to be here bushby of chicago in may gazza serves here i'm really i'm really pleased to have this conversation that voice you heard right there was a friend of mine who just passed a couple of years ago a marine sergeant jeffrey ought who did two tours in vietnam he was one of the first people who really believed in me and talk radio's we're gonna this little station down in new orleans 5 o'clock in the morning five to six we're up against the big station he was really listening to me but sarge was listening to me and we made good friends in one of the first things he made me learn was alpha bravo bravo delta at goes to on and so forth the eta kalfa the exactly he insisted that i learned that and i befriended him and he was in a tremendous pain dayin dayout okay he was at way we're gonna talk about lay just a minute and just you know he he would souza's pain with alcohol and depending on how much we had he would give me various stories about what he had an during the vietnam then he would showed me how she'll be how to use his kit and use the kbar one night one night he showed me a little too intensely how to use the kbar terrified me but i forgave him but he he told me about some handtohand combat that he had done and it would never leave him now that is a different situation the than bob board my guest who are welcome a ma warmly right now a veteran of the united states army a huey uh one aircraft commander he has an amazing i mean truly amazing book right now folks black can't to one the true story of a vietnam helicopter pilot and his crew black can't to dash one dot com is the book okay are your in oklahomaborn right.

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