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"chief naval operations" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

10:23 min | 5 months ago

"chief naval operations" Discussed on KTOK

"And as you know, Over the past few months, we started a new Siri's during this eight o'clock our homeland security off the record. I'm Glenn Falkner Lippard here with Anthony Kim Marie. Ah, highly respected and acclaimed, multi award winning journalist editor, endless speaker and consultant who has dedicated nearly 40 years of his life to national security affairs. Over that time he's amassed and continues to amplify his breath. Of far reaching comprehensive historical and institutional knowledge, expertise and experience in national security issues. Inside and outside a classified environment. He was editor in Chief of Homeland Security. Today magazine from 2004 through 2017. And now has launched an online media called in telescopes dot com. I n t e l i s c o p x dot com. An online media for in depth, National security, news, insight and analysis. And if ever there were a year to launch Homeland Security website that would give you behind the scenes information. This has certainly been the year 2020 has been the right year of Tony Cameron and I will be joined this evening by Dr Peter Marg Elo. So, Tony, will you please introduce Dr Margolis? Absolutely. I'm all keep this one short. Peter. Since you've been on Spain times, people could read your bio. Dr Peter Margalla is one of the nation's foremost authorities on disaster management's a mass casualty Public hill preparing this As a career naval officer. We serve this director of medical contingency operations for the Office of the Secretary of Defense. He was chief of medical plans and operations for the Joint Chiefs of Staff with additional duty is the medical plans and responsive advisor to the president on board, the National Airborne Command Center. Chief of medical plans and intelligence for the opposite chief. Naval operations, including assignment is the Navy's red cell medical officer and many other military appointments. Isn't it as to a level planning credentials, simply preparing the nation's first catastrophic incident response plan to domestic nuclear terrorism and the national smallpox response plan. The awful furred is special advisor to a member of organizations. Uh And his educational, um degree is is too much to go into. But it's full pilot on the site. So, Peter Hope I'm not doing you injustice. And here quite enough regular and Peter Yes, is a contributor to and telescopes dot com. People can go back. And here our previous interviews with Dr Marr, Gila, or they can read his articles. So, Dr Margolis thank you so much. We understand that you want to talk Cove it tonight. As usual. Thank you for this chance, A cz always to be on the show with you and Tony. It's good to have the opportunity to speak with you both and give us A chance to talk about Coben and perhaps give a bit of an update things. There are not going any better. Unfortunately, you know, I look at the numbers. I have an epidemiologist biostatistician that I employed. From the school of Public Health who crunches the numbers for us every day from morbidity and mortality totals both globally from the United States. And by way of comparison with Canada. A CZ many you have heard if you follow the news coverage today, we went over 25 million cases. Worldwide today, so we've broken a very significant threshold. We are continuing to progress in a very rapid rate we're averaging about. A million new cases somewhere between two and four days. Now, in terms of progression, the mortality has slowed down a little bit worldwide. We think that that has to do with the fact that most of the developed nations in the world are getting somewhat better a testing so the mortality is naturally going toe leg behind because we're not getting lonely, getting numbers. On new cases that have identified us positive in the national systems that are reporting into the W. H O on organizations like Johns Hopkins Hopkins University that are attracting the numbers internationally. But we don't think that's an indicator that the mortality figures are slowing down a CZ. Well, I think the biggest concern we have right now. Eyes. Several folds one. We're seeing a really, really serious like in cases again in central Europe and Western Europe. Especially in Spain. Italy and Germany some very significant protests over the weekend in Germany against the government on DH the population's perception that the government is moving towards another lock down phase, which would necessarily be Bad things. It's one of the strategies that has proven most effective and trying to reduce the spread of the disease. We're seeing a very significant increase in the Midwest in the United States if you followed Our discussions over the last couple of months. A cz well as news. You can tell that the disease predictably is moving geographically. We've gone from the North East, which was initially hit the worst. In the early spring after the outbreak started down to the southern tier states that were really bad for the past two months of the early somewhere at least, Florida, Texas, California, Arizona. And you talk on now. The new clusters and larger numbers are emerging out of the Midwest, which happened to be coincidental. We think at least right now with the Sturgis motorcycle rally that happened about 15 days ago now On now is exactly the time when we would start to see the case blooms the latent period between 14 and 21 days. I personally think the biggest issue that's coming up that we all need to be concerned about. Eyes the issue with our Children of attorney to schools. The evidence faces not good from the start. Colleges and universities have cake, particularly art in their early openings during the month of August, they have more than 25,000 cases across the United States. In more than 700 schools, many of them having clusters of 500 cases individually piece I think this is a very bad marker for what we can expect. It will happen. A CZ. We progress towards the large number of elementary and high schools Devil open across the United States. The next couple of days to two weeks or so. From now on, I am bird could turn on that front that we're we're moving a little too fast trying to get inspected school. Counterpart was on last week and she was talking about How this is How this this virus this disease is affecting Children. And very, very, uh, serious ways. Um Could you talk about that? Just briefly. Yeah, It's one of the things that you know, Theis use that I've talked about before Aziz related to novel viruses is, unfortunately, we don't know a lot about them. Show. Every new thing that happens is literally a new marker on what our scientists and help your community has to be watching out for. In terms of not only new symptoms and new syndromes that are associated with the virus, but also ships in population. Demographics sort of being impacted on everybody knows early on the biggest actress population. It was. Those who were 65 older with pre existing co morbidity is especially those related to pulmonary conditions on we stayed pretty static with that throughout the spring. It is summer came around. Our first wave of concern was with the condition called Emsis System, Inflammatory System syndrome that we started to see in pediatric populations as young as two. On. We had some associate ID mortality with actual human doctors for merely scratching your head about. You know what this thing has developed from? Thie populations. It was impacting Children on how to treat the symptoms. Some antibiotic earpiece shut early promise, especially with drug called random, severe. Recent medical research information is showing it may not be as effective as they brought. In any case. We're seeing a shift this, Connie probably noted. In the West plant on the show, where younger and younger populations are showing a very, very significant increase in war ability that his illness From the regime's probably more worrisome is that we believe now through research that kids are becoming bigger carriers there showing greater Viral loads in the nasal pharyngeal passageways. That's the back of the nose and throat where the virus kind of parks that they're able to express. Tio. People bury themselves Aaron asymptomatic phases and infect other people who maybe at more risk. So this is a new developing trend. That we're seeing and what it be coincidental to the beginning of the school year..

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"chief naval operations" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

10:05 min | 10 months ago

"chief naval operations" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Podcasts there is you on Spotify and iTunes Twitter at the improv in at the improv show former FDA director Dr Scott Gottlieb was on face the nation yesterday he had this to say about China the World Health Organization when pressed by Margaret Brennan as to whether or not to go to procreate to talk about the funding the WHL with president trump has you know in the midst of a pandemic the president raised a lot of valid concerns China was not truthful with the world at the outset of this had been more truthful with the world which would have enabled them to be more truthful with themselves they might have actually been able to contain this entirely and there is some growing evidence to suggest that as late as January twenty if they were still saying that there is no human to human transmission in the W. H. O. is validating those claims on January fourteenth sort of enabling the obfuscation from China I think going forward the W. H. O. needs to commit to an after action report that specifically examines what China did or didn't tell the world and how that stymied the global responses I also think they need to embrace Taiwan's role in the global health community and allow them to attend the world health assembly right now they froze in China at the WTO has that sort of the behest of China and that's hampered the global response because China has been a very important partner give me just one more anecdote China didn't share the viral strains and the WHO's should have made them do that how they share those early on we could develop the diagnostic test earlier validated earlier it's such an important example he gives at the end about not sharing the viral strains a diagnostic test could have been developed earlier so you want to talk about the problems that America had with testing and it's a legitimate topic of conversation but I mean let's start at the source here if you want to play the what would have happened if what could have happened if game then once you go all the way back to China rather than just limiting yourself to February and the C. EDC slash FDA's bungling of testing in America well that is the topic of a lot of offense and a lot of consideration right now in terms of exactly how do you do that what are some options available we've talked to John you over at UC Berkeley he had a piece with some suggestions and others have as well and I bet lieutenant colonel Jim Carafano has some suggestions he's the vice president Catherine Shelby Cullom Davis institute for International Studies at the heritage foundation is also the author of books including wiki at war and private sector public wars Jim thanks for joining us appreciate it you know I really appreciate about your summary there which is so important is there's so much Monday morning quarterbacking going on now and so much of it is highly partisan and it's done by it's simply not a hearing to the time line they simply assume information that they have now that they just assume that readers will believe that the administration had in February January which just isn't true when you hit on the key markers there until you actually have the virus in hand you can't develop an effective tested so much of the early casting people suburban else's testing around the world but those testing title high degree of false positive because they weren't good tasks in until we actually had the information they had to create that yes in addition with our own structure projects together we really couldn't well testing out the point about the Chinese long about transmission that was so crucial because that really pushed really even starting an effective response in a separate people had no idea I had no idea I was briefly middle my leadership at heritage and I can't say well least we know the trick you know the image in the transmission is not easy that's the saving graces disease so far and that was simply not true and so thinking about that this larger question of how do we make China pay for what they did and I don't think it's just you know in one way but some of the things under consideration everything from the funding the WHL in delegitimizing that organization to seizing or freezing assets of companies nationals to putting a new layer of vetting of the scions of Chinese communist leaders who they want to send to go to college or university in this country lot of the cell a lot of ideas a foot beyond regular John your honor the lawyer can talk to the legal stuff I would say one thing we can absolutely count on here is a much higher level of what's called reciprocity so whether it's journalists are how companies are treated their visas or foreign students or anything else we still despite being tough on China have much more liberal policies towards China than China has worked out so absolutely whether it's sharing information with the with the World Health Organization or students or anything else expect the US to get much much much tougher on we are going to treat you China like you she does I thought the FDA commissioner's comments on the W. H. our exactly right you have to start with the manning accountability and transparency and go from there and we do have a pretty big sort of Damocles hanging over their heads we are the world's largest contributor WHL and the front of the withdrawal of US funding would be pretty devastating what's the state of play in the military after that flap that involves the captain on the of Roosevelt who was deposed and then the secretary of the navy one after because of his intemperate comments on dak according to reports and trump suggesting openly that he thought that was an inappropriate language and so on and so forth not to mention them and most importantly the a number of sailors who've been infected with cove in nineteen where are we the with the military chain of command the belief that to our military men and women are being properly looked after yeah it is kind of like hamlet where everybody's a bad guy here so the surgery maybe was relieved I think appropriately he made very injudicious remarks before the crew which were or not what a professional would do so we have a new acting secretary of the navy and as I think because we have a nomination search her name is still pending so as I understand right now the acting secretary navy chief naval operations are kind of reviewing the whole process of what happens in making a determination what's appropriate so you know about twenty five years in military leaders the best thing is to keep this in the chain of command hello and hope that all the chain of command responsible and and the solicitor ours first the crew does understand if you take care of things in Guam speaking of the military in a different sense the National Guard National Guard has been scrambled in a number of states to do a number of different things so early on it was to provide support for the medical response and that states that saw the earliest iterations of the virus like Washington state California more recently it's been to act as a I don't know election judges in Wisconsin in last week's primary wit with respect to the National Guard being called up and just sort of the military presence in civilian life has anything you seen concerned you particularly no you have to remember the National Guard is us I mean these are right people there in the National Guard are you know our neighbors and our friends and you know what they are copper garbage collector next week with the uniformed military we are citizens are just a part of our community we have a long standing tradition of deploying the U. S. military for disaster response people back to Katrina you have to remember virtually every one of those deployments National Guard are which under what something is called title thirty two and what that refers to the US along US code under which the authorities in which their mobile I start and under that title the federal government is paying their salary which is great the takes the burden of state local governments are trying to deliver spots but the National Guard is responsible for the state and local governments to the governor and they are what they can and cannot use is really determined by what the governor's statement according the law in the constitution the constitution states in their law and and typically we use the military for all kinds of things so being coworkers to delivering mail to helping out yeah the old age homes all those things it's it's appropriate use in military if there is things that look shady I haven't seen anything on it but I'm like check every news event all over the country it's at it's really the states that the governors in the adjutant generals were better responsible held accountable for what they what they're doing one more question the military because I remember when trump had a lot of the military man in his cabinet initially that was a sign that he was some sort of authoritarian and there was gonna be a military takeover of America now we have he have this task force response team which includes some members of the military playing key roles but that's not good enough for Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer who wants some some military person to be designated as our and be the the point person for the coordinated response if from what you've seen from the task force is there any reason to add a nother chief to the pot to the org chart yes your of course we need more bureaucracy right now it helps right related more layers of bureaucracy always making it a look it is that is reflective of something that we I think talked about before a lot of the show which is much of the nation of the criticism is just partisan where for whatever the president's not four anymore will forward the president for we have to say well he's not doing exactly the way we do it's been a highly on help for me and I think that's a result in that the army of course is is is the uniform the literary person is in charge of the logistics chain use personal you have the the people in the unicorn health service which are our uniforms service in the United States and of course all the logistics of being done under trance coming year starcom which of course are going by generals he is lieutenant colonel Jim Carafano vice president Kathryn and Shelby Cullom Davis institute for International Studies at heritage foundation Jim thanks for joining us.

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"chief naval operations" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

11:04 min | 10 months ago

"chief naval operations" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"To have general Millie was done an incredible job so many ways say a few words and also with us our chief of naval operations federal Gilday well you know I think you know then commandant of the Coast Guard as well shills so I'm gonna ask mark just start and then we can go and after that we're gonna take questions as it pertains to this and they will go on to phase two which is a virus itself okay thank you for this stuff thank you Mr president and good afternoon everyone thank you often need to be here today is to make this a very important announcement at a time when the nation and the department defense are focused on protecting the American people from the spread of the corona virus we also remain vigilant to the many other threats our country faces today at the president's direction the department defense in close cooperation with our interagency partners began enhanced counternarcotics operations in the eastern Pacific Ocean and the carribean sea this initiative is part of the administration's whole of government approach to combating the flow of illicit drugs into the United States and protecting the American people from their scourge I want to thank all of our partners in this effort to include the United States Coast Guard the department of homeland security the drug enforcement agency the department of justice and members of the intelligence community for the tremendous support and cooperation to get conduct these enhanced operations the present has directed the deployment of additional ships aircraft and security forces to the United States Southern Command area of responsibility included in this force package or navy destroyers and littoral combat ships Coast Guard cutters P. eight patrol aircraft and elements of an army security force assistance brigade these additional forces will nearly double our capacity to conduct counter currents operations in the region additionally twenty two partner nations have joined us in this fight bring with them a variety of intelligence and operations capabilities needed to defeat these criminal organizations last year alone United States Southern Command operations resulted in the seizure of over two hundred eighty metric tons of drugs much of which was designated for shipment to America well this was an incredible achievement there's much more work to be done transnational criminal organizations continue to threaten our security by smuggling cocaine fentanyl methamphetamine another our colleagues across our borders these drug traffickers put our communities communities at risk and destroy lives every year tens of thousands of Americans die from drug overdose and thousands more suffer the harmful effects of addiction Furthermore corrupt actors like the illegitimate Maduro regime in Venezuela rely on the profits derived from the sale of narcotics to maintain their oppressive hold on power the Venezuelan people continue to suffer tremendously due to Maduro's criminal control over the country drug traffickers are seizing on this lawlessness by increasing their illicit activities we must do more to prevent these drugs from arriving at our shores these enhanced camera caught its operations are now underway will further disrupt the flow of illicit drugs to America deny our adversaries the financial resources they depend on and build the capacity of our partner nations throughout the region I want to thank president trump for his leadership and support to this critical mission this is particular important time for this operation to begin as nations around the world shift our focus inward to deal with the corona virus pandemic many criminal organizations are attempting to capitalize on this crisis the enhanced operations we're announcing today will keep the pressure on these criminal groups and protect the American people from the devastation caused by the flow of illegal drugs into our country Mr president thank you for your leadership as we begin this important operation while the men and women of the United States military work hard here at home the fight the corona virus we continue to take action around the world to defend our great country thank you not like invite generally thanks thank you secretary for those are the words and thank you Mr president for your leadership and I want to publicly thank that'll Craig Fowler the commander of the U. S. Southern Command in Miami several leading this operation which is underway effective today and also I am a Gilday chief naval operations general Schultz for their contributions to this from their services this thousands of sailors coast guardsmen soldiers airmen marines involved this operation we came upon some intelligence sometime ago saw that the drug cartels as a result the cove in nineteen we're gonna try to take advantage of the situation and try to infiltrate additional drugs in our country as we know the seventy thousand Americans die on average annual basis to drugs that's unacceptable we're at war with covert nineteen where war with terrorists and we are war with the drug cartels as well this is the United States military you will not penetrate this country you will not get past jump street you're not going to come in and kill innocent Americans I will marshal whatever assets are required to prevent your entry into this country to kill Americans so right now the navy as Marshall additional grail ships from both pay comp and you come in for the naval fleet at Norfork and they're set sail already and they're in the Caribbean right now mission at this time because our gutters and this special operations forces and security forces this is rich along with Air Force reconnaissance aircraft the bottom line is you're not going to get through but now is not the time to try to penetrate United States illegal drugs to kill Americans with United States military we will defend our country regardless of the cost thank you Mr president thank you Sir thirty thank you thank you Mr president thanks for your decisive leadership as we confront this unprecedented challenge opposed by corona corona virus and I'd like to thank you for your support for this important initiative and thank all of the secretary of defense and all the services for taking on this this important initiative obviously during this crisis we're all focused above all else on covert nineteen but at the same time our law enforcement and national security work must go forward protecting the American people from the full array of threats for the department of justice one of our highest priorities must remain destroying the Mexican cartels their trafficking is largely responsible for the deaths as we all know now of seventy thousand Americans a year and also the cost of this don't count how to destroy families the destroyed lives the draining of our national a treasure as state budgets are crushed by the burden that this the the the sharp Kotick trafficking causes the president has made clear that we are in this fight against the cartels to win and that we are not interested in half measures and that the threat posed by the cartel is not just a law enforcement spread security threat as well and in December building on your success with the Mexican president and forging a cooperative relationship in the area of immigration you asked me to go down and meet with president Lopez Obrador and our Mexican counterparts to see if we could also establish a more comprehensive and coordinated efforts with the Mexicans in confronting the cartels and we've had some successful visits and and discussions and currently have an array of activities under way against the cartels and we intend to anticipate along with the Mexicans that these are going to bear fruit in the months ahead but it quickly became clear that we can obtain the most immediate results the best bang for the block where we increase the assets involved in interdiction on both the Pacific and the Atlantic side of Mexico in the central American countries for years the cartels have been using the sea routes to take the cocaine up from principally Columbia now also added Venezuela and the PC roots on both coasts I have become the primary means of bringing cocaine up to the United States because of the superb work done by the defense department and our intelligence community we know exactly most of the time where these traffickers RFC so we're significantly have been up till now significantly limited in our ability to incur debt because of the numbers of the assets we have deployed prior today hi this limitation meant we could only intercept the fraction of the traffickers and and the various votes that were detected this will now double our capacity and we are talking about hundreds of tons of cocaine now we're now in a position to see so this is going to radically improve our interdiction efforts include tremendous pressure we think on the cartels and the effort that southcom is undertaking is gonna save lives by taking drugs off the street last week I announced the unsealing of charges of narco terrorism drug trafficking and other crimes against the former adoro regime sixteen members of that regime and their involvement in trafficking of two hundred fifty metric tons a year a lot of that comes by C. as I discussed at that time but also because of the pressure were applying I R. C. introduction they are trying to establish an air route out of Venezuela up into Central America which is one of the reasons we're trying to move firmly against that corrupt regime you know this drug war has gone on for many decades and at times in the past we've had great success in growing the president's task force there actually now talking about the drug cartels and especially during the pandemic that doubling their efforts and a lot of weird stuff I mean people unbelievable you see the best you see the worst in people will get back to that in a second one remind you all right it's time to cut the grass you love cutting the grass I bet everyone is dying to get outside more often how you can get outside with a brand new hustler turf mower it is the best lower you'll ever use heavy duty zero turn by the way that's them since the nineteen sixties family run business they build commercial grade they build residential grade mowers and by the way all these components are built and they're just amazing and by the.

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"chief naval operations" Discussed on Veterans Chronicles

Veterans Chronicles

09:38 min | 1 year ago

"chief naval operations" Discussed on Veterans Chronicles

"'introducing the new buttermilk crispy, chicken biscuit McDonald's. We don't need that music made with tender chicken. Let's lose the echo on a warm buttermilk biscuit, perfect juicy simplicity of our buttermilk. Crispy chicken biscuits speaks for itself. Get it now for just three bucks and get a two dollars sausage mcmuffin with egg or one dollars small hot coffee, all from the one two three dollar menu. Simply your breakfast at McDonald's. Khorasan participation vary. Canopy combined with any other offer combo meal. Welcome to America's strikes back. The story of the Doolittle raid. This program is produced by the American veterans center and the World War Two veterans committee in association with radio America to hear this and other audio documentaries. Visit WWW dot American veterans center dot ORG, the early days of World War to prove trying for the United States. Military. Morale was low with defeats at wake island Guam and in the Philippines. Eager to strike back at Japan. President Roosevelt called for a surprise air attack on their home islands as the American military did not have the basis or the bombers to fly from China. An alternate plan had to be proposed the coordination and execution of the task was put in the hands of then Lieutenant Colonel Jimmy Doolittle who was already well known as an aviation pioneer. Nineteen forty one. Rather than about date, which will live in infamy through the Paul Long. Wait Arcand thing apar-, the fall of Caribbean. Are all of the news that we had received was banned the US needed. Some good news. Japan needed. A setback. I now realize how shocked the country was in nineteen forty two in the spring of forty two and how much the Japanese had done in the Pacific and by the spring of forty two there were about to conquer the Philippine. I can understand what president Roosevelt must have been going through. He called his admirals top admiral's generals together and said, we've got retaliate. We've got to fight back. We've got to prove that we can fight back. And I think he envisioned bombers taking off from China and bombing Japan because the distance there is not very great. But of course, we didn't have the capability in bombers to do that at that time from China. Well, then of course, the raid came along and do little rate of April eighteenth nineteen forty two and general doodle leading that famous mission and all the preliminaries ahead of time. I know what happened on April eighteenth mixing the element of surprise with an attack strong enough to succeed in damaging Japanese military prowess proved a difficult task retired air force Colonel CV glides official historian of the Doolittle raid, and honorary raider recounts. The details of the mission that inspired a nation. On April eighteenth, nineteen forty two the story of courses that navy submariner named captain low wondered if it could be done. He was on the staff of Admiral king chief naval operations, and he broached the question to the boss the to his boss, he wondered if army bombers might be able to take off from a carrier and get the carriers close to Japan that way. Then the president's wishes could be carried out general Jimmy Doolittle would personally see to it that they did before his passing in nineteen Ninety-three. He recalls the idea that set the attack in motion happen later. Practice at low conceived an idea it was to take army bombers, often navy carrier and bomb Japan. He took the idea to Admiral king who discuss it with general Marshall who turned it over to general Arnold. And after they considered it. They all went to the president with the idea the president approved the plan was agreed to the salt that an aircraft carrier could support the launch of army. Bombers was a completely new concept for military personnel. Jimmy Doolittle who held a doctorate of science degree in 'aeronautics engineering from MIT was assigned the task of determining the feasability of the idea and if conceivable which bomber could most effectively complete such a mission as explained by Colonel glides and today's vernacular you'd call it a mission impossible on army bomber medium bomber fully loaded. Take off from an aircraft car three hundred. Fifty foot deck. No, it couldn't be done. But Japanese didn't think so either. And that's why the surprise general Doolittle or Lieutenant Colonel Jimmy Doolittle at the time was given the task of determining if there was an airplane that could fly off of a carrier army air force bomber to make such an attack be twenty-five was selected because it would miss Thailand by a few feet and be a team was considered. But it had too much wings bread. And be twenty six was impossible. Take off. It was too fast and needed to much runway to take also he had decided on the beat twenty five if it were properly modified. Could hall two thousand pounds of bombs two thousand miles but the navy had to give him some some. Wind across the deck by speed of the carrier the carrier had to be into the win, which is one advantage at the navy pilots. I've always had is that they're landing strip and their take off strip can always be into the win. But. He was promised that they could delete get twenty knots. And if they had some wind across the deck about twenty five thirty knots to speed that'd be twenty five could be reached with the be twenty-five chosen for modifications. It was time for do little to pick his cruise stating that the mission would be very dangerous. He issued a call for volunteers. Only Major General David m Jones, then a captain and pilot of plane five describes the arrival of the infamous Jimmy Doolittle and his top secret mission. This Colonel Doolittle showed up. Doc. The group commander in Ghana survey together and said they're coming up a a sacred mission that probably pretty dangerous in UB over out of the country for several months and involved action against an enemy capital buried who wants to go prefacing the announcement with only the flights inevitable dangers Major Tom Griffin. Ventilator tenant and navigator of play nine recalls. The reaction from the men they said that they were planning a trip that had unusual elements danger, and they didn't win assign people to it. They wanted people to know that it was a dangerous mission into volunteer. And as far as I can remember everybody volunteer greeted with such overwhelming enthusiasm Doolittle decided to gather his crews from the four squadrons of the seventeenth bomb group. The most experienced with the b twenty five bombers at the time. This was the same unit that major. Edward sailor. Then a sergeant and engineer Gunnar of plane fifteen and staff Sergeant David Satcher, then a corporal an engineer gunner of planes seven had been assigned when we go because. Do decided to make up the crews from the seventeenth bomb group. And I was in one of those squadrons there, that's how I got paid and everybody was going somewhere off to war and those days so in some of my friends, just volunteer for this. Now have any idea what it was. Or the seventeenth group were the first group in the army air corps. Just start flying b twenty five. So that's why all the raiders were picked out of that group were experience in order to successfully launch sixteen bombers from the base of an aircraft carrier. Several key plane modifications had to be developed led by the air nautical engineering genius of Jimmy Doolittle and the staff of General Henry hap, Arnold, the planes were mmediately outfitted for battle at this time. I was on that and what later became operational engineering part of my jaw or getting these time military planes battle worthy because the planes were scheduled to drop their bombs in Japan, and then fly to China without refueling additional fuel tanks were required for all the aircraft. Since the bombing was to be at fifteen hundred feet or less the last major alteration to the planes was the replacement of the top secret Norden bombsite a makeshift aiming device dubbed. The Mark Twain was designed by captain Ross green. Thing after the planes were fully modified, the crews and planes were moved to Eglin field Florida to begin the three week training period beginning March first nineteen forty two here. The crew has received intensive training and simulated short

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"chief naval operations" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

11:06 min | 2 years ago

"chief naval operations" Discussed on KGO 810

"The card that takes you there. What's in your? Wallet capital? One Bank USA. This is the John Batchelor. The navy? Our Washington DC for visitors. This is a tourist attraction. And then the center of it at what I'm told is the high point of the navy yard. There is a beautiful house a center hall building dating from the early nineteenth century. It is called the Tingey house, and I learned from a new book by Gordon Brown. The captain who burned his ships, captain Thomas. Tingey US navy seventeen fifty to eighteen twenty nine that the Tingey house today is where the chief of naval operations lives. Gordon? Congratulations and good evening. Do you? Do you make midshipmen memorize who Tingey is when you live in the the chief of naval operations is house. Is there some is there some a formula that goes on in order to discuss missed captain Tingey? I don't think so. But I do know that the the current CNO chief naval. Operations has a wife who immediately asked questions about the house and the historical department helped. I helped to get together a little brochure for wonderful because the Tingey house has a story and whopper of story. And Gordon lays out let's go to the crisis itself that is in the title, the captain new burns burned his ships. It's August twenty fourth eighteen fourteen about three PM in the afternoon. According to your a careful recitation here, Gordon, and captain common. Dan Tingey is at the navy yard. And he is facing the secretary of the navy Jones. What is the crisis? What do they have to decide that day? The crisis is relatively simple. The it was actually decided in the morning that that they were going to the American troops were going to face the British invaders north of Washington a town called Bladensburg. Everybody who could carry arms at that point, not everybody. But virtually everybody went up to Bladensburg to face down the bridge. Well, ten she was left behind with instruction. Who said if the Americans did not hold it Bladensburg that he was to destroy the navy yard because it had too many supplies that were value to the British gunpowder ship's cannon new name it. And it wasn't until three or four o'clock in the afternoon that word began to trickle back from Bladensburg, which is maybe some twenty miles north of the navy yard that the things had not gone all that. Well. Tingey kept putting off the decision. Putting it all putting it off putting it off because he didn't want to be accused of having burned all of these valuable supplies without due cause. And it wasn't until eight o'clock at night that one of his scouts was actually fired up on. And then that made the decision pretty obvious the British were within half a mile at this British were half a mile. They were up on Capitol Hill for anybody who knows Washington within a half a mile of the navy yard. And they clearly we're moving fast and Tingey had to put the place to fire and he had prepared the burning of the yard to eat set a fuse and had powder in the yard. I have according to your book on assembly of ships, Columbia ARGUS, the general green, the New York and Boston any of those first rate ships were they all there for repair, the general green, and and others were lying in the harbour. They were without baths, and we're old ships. That were probably not maybe even would. Never been repaired. The new ship was the Columbia, which is on the way. It was a frigate a good size frigate. I think a forty four gun and would have been a major capital ship. The ARGUS was a sloop of war and was doing it would it would have been a good ship. Put it that way for working in in shallow more shallow water. So these were major losses to the to the US navy when they were burned the Columbia would have been a sister ship of the other forty four gun frigates that were so ferocious during the war of eighteen twelve and and and the success, and the fact that he had to destroy column Columbia means we are deprived of its its successes. I mean, it would have been it's one of those ships like constitution, Chesapeake or United States. Our president could have had a story attached to it could have. Although I have to admit that by nineteen eighteen fourteen. The success of the American navy were bind them the British had succeeded in driving the navy mostly off the wall off the office, e oh, I want to celebrate. All those successes. You mentioned them, but they all happened in eighteen twelve they did. And they and they're famous for it. And here we are two hundred years later, which is why it's important to go over this because Gordon my education. Skip the bore eighteen twelve I am learning more now in my maturity than I ever had in American schools, and I wonder if it's been changed in the last forty years, whether they skip that also I think it has changed. I think people began to realize that the war of eighteen twelve turned us from a. Adolescent to adolescent powder. We suddenly realized that we have the ability to deal with major powers, and we developed a sense of self confidence. It obviously led to manifest destiny and everything else that happened twenty or thirty years later. So let's go back to the beginning of captain Tingey because he's born in Englishman, and he's born of modest circumstances and his father and older brother die of a disease. Is that correct? They died in London. We don't know why. But I would assume since that was deadly summer that they probably died if some some contagion cholera or otherwise theory is the youngest son in conditions that you'd have to say are hard scrabble. How does he make his way into the Royal Navy to begin with? That's not clear I see very little that he talked about in his previous life before he came to America and won a silver said, he got a commission somehow or other as midshipman by by serving as. As a servant to a senior officer on board ship that was that would qualify you three years at sea in that situation. Would qualify you to sit for the midshipmen exam. So he takes the exam. He becomes a midshipman. Right. But he hangs around as a midshipman a little bit too long. He was almost twenty when he decided to quit the Royal Navy, and as we've all learned from the Austrian matter in novels, you don't wanna be an old midshipmen because you become jokes and captains pass you around. And you're very bitter about your life. You wanna be a Lieutenant and he didn't make the leap, right, right? So now, we the scene changes to Saint Saint Croix in the latter part of the eighteenth century. What how did he wind up there? And how did that advance him was it marriage? No, it was it was the other way around. He was he went to Philadelphia when he quit. The Royal Navy got involved with a small Philadelphia firm that traded with the West Indies, obviously traded with the West Indies. As for a number of years, married to Philip met and married a Philadelphia girl there who happened to be staying with her sister. And that got him more connected with Philadelphia. But he was he was a by that time, a ship's captain, but of small shifts trading ships schooners and so on and it wasn't until he went back to Philadelphia sometime after the revolutionary war. I can't remember the exact date that he began to get connected with the major trading firms Tyson involved, this is seventeen eighty eight. Now, here's the life crisis that you lay out this is the captain new burned his ships. It's early on. He's he's a merchant sailing on a merchant ship for India. And that's a huge forge the harmony any challenges his captain Willett. What happens? Well, it's not entirely clear because I only have one side of the story, which is ten g's journal. But ten she claimed that that will it was jealous of him that. That will it was a bit of a drunk and that he recognized the Tingey was a good seaman and knew what he was doing and kept trying to push him down. Whereas Tingey who at that point was young probably fairly arrogant and thinking himself upwardly mobile kept taking command and will it didn't like it. And there was an incident which drove this all home at which point Tingey couldn't leave because they were halfway across the ocean. But he did leave when they reached Bombay Mr. ten she's about to join the US navy wishes itself inventing, everything, and I learned from Gordon's book that I mean, everything down to the spars down to didn't have physician have to make gunpowder because they were they were grabbing everything they could find an order to present themselves to the world. He's a successful merchant, captain. Why does he joined the US navy because he had good connections with the big merchant houses in Philadelphia? And when we went to war. War or semi war is is called the quasi war with France in seventeen ninety eight we had very few naval captains who were a Cup were comfortable on a worship and Tingey was and so he jumped from midshipman to captain in one leap, this is Adams administration. This is in the Adams administration. Yes. When we had a naval war with France. Now Thomas Jefferson's about to get elected president of the United States. Well, let's put it this way. It was a tie in Jefferson one thousand nine hundred and he takes over eighteen no one critical to understand Tingey is the battle as I read from you, Gordon between the Jefferson idea, which was a Brown. Water navy and the Tingey idea was a blue water navy where was Tingey in this. Well, Tingey was he? You say he was good public servant. He knew that his president. And his secretary of the navy were had decided that they would have a coastal defence navy. He was obviously not in that. Not that not in there. Camp. And he wrote it he was asked to write a paper in defensive coastal defence navy. His paper is so lukewarm that you can only read between the lines that he didn't approve, but he on the on the other hand he didn't step out and say, no, he said all. The captain of burned his ships, captain Thomas Tingey United States navy seventeen fifty to eighteen twenty nine Gordon Brown's the author when we come back the first commandant of the navy yard, which is the United States..

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"Seventy four that included this without doubt, the navy's most ambitious plans for women have been in the slight training program. Young women have been selected to pave the way with future women in naval aviation. Rosemary mariner was one of the six here. She is speaking to NPR in two thousand thirteen my role models were African American men who had led the vanguard in integration of race in the armed forces in studied, many of the lessons that they had to pass on another one of the pioneers was Mary Louise Griffin. She and Marriner formed a lifelong bond as they crack the navy's gender barrier. It was quite honestly, an experiment, and they really had many detractors, but Amilton wall who is chief naval operations San said. We're gonna do this Griffin spoke from her home in Georgia. She'll give the eulogy at Saturday's funeral for mariner outside Knoxville, Tennessee, she recalled the reception they faced from male pilots in the seventies. Well, no disrespect to my buddies. But. Some of them took a long time to come around to the idea. There were other challenges like uniforms, we were told to bring three weeks of dresses and heels because our uniforms where custom-tailored and wouldn't be ready for about three weeks, we marched in our companies in our heels and our dresses. It was pretty darn funny. Mariner became the first woman to pilot and attacked yet in nineteen seventy four flying in a four Skyhawk in the nineteen Ninety-one Gulf war. He was the first woman to command an air squadron. She logged more than thirty five hundred hours in fifteen different aircraft in her career Griffin remembers mariner most vividly as a friend. Very quiet introspective thoughtful person with really dry sense of humor. And you kinda caught yourself missing it sometimes. And then just laugh uproariously mariner was a strong advocate for women in the military during and after her career here, she is in nineteen Ninety-seven speaking to NPR, just after she retired from the navy, and you have to have an integrated cohesive force that is identified as a common soldier, sailor marine or airman nine. Not as boys and girls who are wearing the same uniform. And she still paving the way for women pilots. Mariner's funeral on Saturday will include the navy's first ever, all female flyover. It's so unprecedented. The navy doesn't yet have a proper name for what it's still calls. The missing man flyover, Greg Mary NPR news,.

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"Hundred seventy four that included this without the navy's most ambitious plans for women have been in the flight training. Six young women have been selected to pave the way for women in naval aviation. Rosemary mariner was one of the six here. She is speaking to NPR in two thousand thirteen my role models were African American men who had led the vanguard in integration of race in the armed forces in studied, many of the lessons that they had to pass on another one of the pioneers was Mary Louise Griffin. She and Marriner formed a lifelong bond as they crack the navy's gender barrier. It was quite honestly, an experiment, and they really had many detractors, but Admiral walked who is chief naval operations San said. We're gonna do this Griffin spoke from her home in Georgia. She'll give a eulogy at Saturday's funeral for mariner outside Knoxville, Tennessee, she recalled the reception they faced from male pilots in the seventies. Well, no disrespect to my buddies. But. Some of them took a long time to come around to the idea. There were other challenges like uniforms, we were told to bring three weeks of dresses and heels because our uniforms where custom-tailored and wouldn't be ready for about three weeks. We marched in our companies in our heels and addresses. It was pretty darn funny. Mariner became the first woman to pilot and attacked yet in nineteen seventy four flying in a four Skyhawk in the nineteen ninety one Gulf war. She was the first woman to command an air squadron. She logged more than thirty five hundred hours in fifteen different aircraft in her career Griffin remembers mariner most vividly as a friend. Very quiet introspective thoughtful person with a really dry sense of humor. And you kinda caught yourself missing it. Sometimes. And then just laugh uproariously mariner was a strong advocate for women in the military during and after her career here, she is in one thousand nine hundred ninety seven speaking to NPR just after she retired from the navy. You have to have an integrated force is identified as a common soldier, sailor marine or airman not as boys and girls who are wearing the same uniform. And she's still paving the way for women pilots. Mariner's funeral on Saturday will include the navy's first ever, all female flyover. It's so unprecedented. The navy doesn't yet have a proper name for what it's still calls. The missing man flyover, Greg Mary NPR news, Washington..

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"This is America in the morning coming up on eighteen after I'm John trout. Four California men described by prosecutors as members of a militant white supremacist group were arrested yesterday on charges of instigating violence during that rally that turned deadly Charlottesville Virginia last year, each defendant faces ten years in prison if convicted the Pentagon is on high alert after a series of suspicious letters were sent to top US leaders. Correspondent Sierra Crawford has more joint. Federal investigation is. Underway after envelopes were into both President Trump in the Pentagon this week with the substance suspected to be rice in one. More testing is underway. Officials with knowledge of the situation revealed to envelopes were dressed as secretary of state James Mattis in chief naval operations, Admiral Richardson, something Maine, Senator Angus king fines on the bad news is terrible. The good news is it was caught rice. In is a highly toxic compound extract, different castor beans, the has been used in terror plots it can cause vomiting internal bleeding and lead to death. I'm just happy that it it it appears that the checks and the security provisions have worked Sierra Crawford. Washington in sports with a two one win over the cubs. The Colorado Rockies move into the National League division series for the first time since two thousand nine. Nineteen pass Amazon's minimum wage hike. When America in the morning returns after these messages. Renowned medical correspondent and.

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"Yet aren't these people who are reporting on this against these guys i mean what happens to them those days are long gone that kind of ticks me off to like the days of stormy daniels you know she's so i took money to keep my mouth shut well she hasn't kept her mouth shut how about you give the money back and all the little notoriety and fame you've gotten from that for coming out and i don't know breaking your agreement breaking the law because you're you're under contract i mean those days are long i that that needs to stop people need to be expected to follow what they agreed to by the law what's been only do we know for breaking that agreement yes yes to go to a high oh and push undercover police officers faces between breasts and then get arrested slap them newbridge yeah that's what there was a female new there's that she felt up a little bit and there was a there were male office could ohio are you kidding me that's a little donald trump inspired fussell very possible but whatever you got to know the law yeah you're the one on your big world make america sexy or snoopy again i don't know whenever the whatever of your of your title make america's snoop actually i do and i'm not gonna say it okay i don't want to give her the credit congratulations are in order before i do that story let me say another congratulations to mexico as they mexican president another one like they've been congratulated for something in the past would be more than one gosh i wasn't aware who's the presidentelect address manual lopez oprah door plans to establish a distinct border police to combat illegal immigration as well as drugs and smuggling from central america on their southern border we're gonna create border police force it'll be highly specialized they need to apply the law will legitimate use of force by the state is a resource that's weird because that's not how it feels on the northern border states that's right no no i'm not sure you know what he's thinking they're doesn't want people to come in or is he going to guide them through the country to our border probably it's ridiculous absolutely ridiculous congratulations are definitely in order though for shred har shalala oh yeah yeah yeah he he has the owner of the longest fingernails ever recorded single hand i just cut him off after sixty six years doing that if you watch television you'll get some of the fingernail cutting hey how good they are what the hub good they are he's been growing since he was fourteen to they put together there as long as a legged of a london bus no and and and how do you get around with his left hand so he he's right hand was clipped and he became a photographer and they gave him they had him a special handle that he could take pictures with this was this camera so he made a living he he can't move his fingers or his hands now on his left hand where the fingernails were because in too much pain and they've bent over he had carry around the nails forever a free they were so heavy so he cut them off they're going to be they're going to be displayed now those of you that don't think the blaze television is enough and you want to see them in person you can go to time square and ripley's believe it or not they're going to play there every day would they showed him walking around they showed some footage of him standing and how they all circled up and carried and everything oh gross if you need a song from your nails you've let them go little really hello more congratulations congratulations congratulations the navy it's not going to allow women to wear ponytails and lock hairstyles it's versing policy that forbade women from letting their hair down chief naval operations administration said it makes the navy more inclusive good congratulations i mean many black women would ask for the changes to the female grooming standards and during what it was announced the new policy during a facebook live event l'etoile jones.

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01:33 min | 4 years ago

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"John bats this is the john batchelor show the navy are washington dc for visitors this is a tourist attraction and then the center of it and what i'm told is the high point of the navy yard there is a beautiful house a center hall building dating for nearly nineteen century is called the changing hands and i learned from a new book by gordon brown the captain new burned to ships captain thomas stingy us navy seventeen fifty dating twenty nine that the tim you have today is where the team naval operations live gordon congratulations in good evening you do you make cab midshipman memorized who is when you live in the to at the chiefs of naval operations is houses there's some is there's some of a formula that goes on did ordered to discuss missed captain didn't jay i don't think so but i do know that the the the current too so you know chief naval operation as a life who immediately asked questions about the house in the the phone call apartment up to him and you don't get together as a porter wonderful because the ten g house has a story and whopper of the story and gordon lays it out let's go to the crisis itself that is in the title the kept into burns issue a burned a ships it's august twenty fourth eighteen fourteen about three pm in the afternoon according to your a careful recitation here gordon and kept in come at a common dad tin.

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"Also accepting boats motorcycles arby's and real estate donations sure i of the so ahead of this story it's the john batchelor show on seventy seven w abc i'm john this is the john batchelor show to me is count ten twelve days eleven days to go the twenty seventh in washington and the chiefs naval operations is just send a message very difficult to interpret even at this were move seventy five years later okay how was that message read everywhere this dispatches to be considered award warning today jump out of their chairs an arm themselves what was the response that message immediately well from the from the high it was extremely confusing in pearl harbor a read it you know way that washington had never into surprises washington expected that the first but then list this patches to be considered a war warning would be read as of morning to all out there in the pacific and the fill ap and you know panama in hawaii and they were all began to take steps to protect themselves you know why they read that first and third connected to what followed that the war warning both applying only to the plate named subsequently in the massive but both were the places that were in danger is station the south age and yes yes and hawaii still father but self this sort of on the periphery of what was coming they read that instead oh they he does down and born in you know in with the chiefs and in the singapore malloy those are the plays philippine those are the players that are going to be attack the problem with that it interpretation is that the message also contained in order and the order was execute inappropriate defensive deployment and they couldn't quite figure out you know the word why they would have to do that if the war warning with intended to apply only two other places far away and make kind of contorted and twisted themselves into a not in trying to figure out what start matt and they decided he was simply telling numb to get ready in a cautious way to execute before plan the war plan of that reference to w p l forty the war plan involved attacking good japanese held i ones of the marshall and the gilbert which were about no i think two thousand miles from the whitey they were japanese held.

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02:22 min | 4 years ago

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"That evening i'm john batchelor this is the john batchelor show for rainy and small bo terrance to us navy warship persian gulf no missiles were five is the chief naval operations within these last hours and when john richardson said the incident involving the guided missile destroy our uss lips reflects the greater competition the us is facing at see this or apart from abc news he added is underscores the naval tensions with tehran which include other similar incidents as well as the briefed attention in january of ten us navy sailors who mistakenly steered into a reunion watch now come home line converts presidents major american joe charboneau station joins me good evening now command of the paris saying of us navy warship stand to persian gulf it continues the predatory nature of the rogue regime of iran we highlight this because it's a year plus since the iran deal was made and not only is their non improvement in the iranian conduct they're boulder nastier more aggressive and more confident that they can intimidate the united states absolutely i think that this incident if we allowed this again to go on responded to you know wendy it's a that the stronger which is part of the us a size in our scarier strike group and of course that the court fifty us s dwight eyes in the power it's it's operating in the region and we she these ships star playing the reigning chips start but playing havoc cole crossing with a few hundred yards of that of that our destroy your there were four incidents altogether four different incidents this one took place you the streets of her moves and then it's a was operating with the guided mise au destroy the uss mason for those who cares cover these things in and really fall what more carefully and they riggs exiting the persian gulf when they were approach but he's a rainy and patrol vessels and we should note that these are not part of the reigning in davey this is the irgc is maybe there to stop parallel military in iran this is the iran revolutionary guards military which is a pair of military organization they're reports directly.

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