17 Burst results for "Fargo Air Museum"

"fargo air museum" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

05:35 min | 4 months ago

"fargo air museum" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"My request. Remember, we're a little later, Frosty was melting in the little girl's so sad, You know, it really doesn't have anything to do with Christmas, though. When you think about it, it's a It's a Christmas special. Here is a little It is a little secular, given the fact that it's frosty the snowman. It's okay. I mean, it's a big character didn't have anything to do with Christmas. It could be all winter long. It's kind of stuff they say to you tonight at Target when you go there rather than you know, hobby lobby. You know, you kind of you know why Frosty was created. It was a year after Rudolph of being you know, made into a big song and the next year And 50. It's like, uh, we need another one frosty the snowman, So I'd say it worked. There were allowed. What? The Fargo Air Museum today on what's on your mind? Today is the 79th commemoration of Pearl Harbor. Just think about that. Had the Wonderful opportunity to be At Pearl Harbor. It is an amazing place, and you really get a sense of that attack in that day and All these years later, we we remember we're doing that today. The Fargo Air Museum brought to you in part by Petro serve you I say where they love to serve you today. Some good, old fashioned home cooking. That's right. Tater Tot Hot dish. Hardwood location. Salsbury steak, Make West Main Avenue, West Fargo, beef tips and gravy, scallop potatoes and ham and Valley City and barbecue chicken 12,000 North Tonight 29 Petrol Serve USA and the bodies mean any fresh baked muffin is just 99 cents. All kinds of great food options. Petrol. Serve us a helping America fuel Better. All right. Got a special guest coming up here on 79th commemoration of Pearl Harbor, but first Fred and Wing Waiting away in Fred. Leilani, What's on your mind? Well, you know, I remember asking my dad and my mom. About. They remembered where they were when Pearl Harbor happened, and it was just so you know I wasn't there, but I remember Gim all knowing where they were when they heard about Pearl Harbor, so this this is important to them. Act in is it is like 911 is for us, You know? Yeah. I have a question to ask. Where were you on? Michael and L announced that he was going to run for governor of Minnesota. Well, it's talking him on the radio, actually. So when he when he went from 99% of 99.995% S o America. I saw that. Yeah, that Yeah, right. Right. My hat's off to pick TV. I And that's great. And I and I heard now we had the half hour news we see when we're out on a tractor farmers. We get the news from carefully are and we get it like we could be out there like 20 hours a day. We get 40 newscasts in the 20 hours, period and 40 of them. News cash are always always propaganda liberal. And I just heard the first newscast has said anything about there being an investigation. On on this election, and it was just in the last half hour report and So Even corporate radio. Now they're starting to talk about it a little bit anyway. What does the virus thing? Well, yeah, it's got a It's got a really It's a disservice to citizens because again you don't have to cheerlead the fact that you know they're finding Questions at all these places or the servers or being investigated a factual things that have actually happened, You know that you have to be happy and jump up and down about it, But you could report that it happened because it did. And that's why my check That's news. So I don't know that. I mean that's turning. It's turning a nutty that anybody that zoo in favor of this president is a nut, according to the mainstream media. Total whack job, and so that's that's the way they're going to treat you. Unfortunately, Fred, I appreciate your call, though. I have more news for you that you want to listen in on. I'll have to keep you in suspense, but I touched on this earlier, but Justice Alito Has changed the deadline for Pennsylvania to respond to the election suit. Why would he do that? Likely he's doing it because he wants enough time for the Supreme Court to have it anticipates that coming there, so we'll give you more details on that in just a little bit. As I promised. General Mike Haugen is here. General Haagen been a good friend over the years to this program, former top commander of the hooligans and of course as well. Agin Jennifer, the Great State of North Dakota, and now it is busy and retirement, as you ever were probably right. Well, yes, but I get to choose what I want to do. Now, when I choose to come out here and talk to you, Scott. Yeah. There you go. That's fantastic. Well, This place is amazing. We love the final armies and as a as a Air force Guy I would imagine. Pearl Harbor is one of those days that goes in your craw. Extra special. You just think about what? What? What they endured there and how that all came from the air. And what you thought it Zraly, uh, something that we have to remember. And remember all of those who died and sacrificed the out at Pearl Harbor, and and I I've been there. I've been there with the hooligans on deployment. We've flown out of.

Pearl Harbor Frosty Fargo Air Museum Fred America hobby lobby Justice Alito Petrol Serve USA Rudolph Leilani Michael Supreme Court Zraly Petro Valley City Minnesota Mike Haugen North Dakota
"fargo air museum" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

06:35 min | 2 years ago

"fargo air museum" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Scott hennen will be live in those triple in week from today and then I'll be there one week from tomorrow, the big eighty foot flagpole and that huge fly at the Stanford decision day. Thanks K. Yahoo says decimal day or just day day. We heard day day, I think I think decision day. Makes some sense. You know, we're hearing a few different versions, and obviously means whatever it means to you. Anyway, we are live on location. The fire is in today. Celebrating veterans now one o'clock today. They began the celebration and festivities. Movies, come out to the Fargo air museum, take it in five o'clock is when they began in, they have an air show going on a little mini airshow happening today at the might not Dakota territory or museum. So just wanted you to know that on D day, and I'm thinking today is the best day ever to fly the flag, we'll maybe flag day when that new goes up next week in, in, in MandA at Schwab Buick GMC Cadillac where we're going to be. But if D day doesn't make you wanna get a flag. I don't know what will Jim, the flagpole guy is here to tell you how you get one. How are you, sir? Oh, scott. I'm doing good where on our second week, dug a hole and filled with concrete. Now we're going to another one. We're running around putting foundations ins for all these fine great Americans and I'm feeling a little bit old today. Scott today is the day when you when you hear testimony from ninety plus year old man about what is like, why not war, and then lose your friends and everything. You know, just kinda remind you that piece, sometimes requires war and peace. Be choirs that, you know, when these despot s- in these tyrants, clear up in the have power over the masses. You know, a lot of the sheep that there's, there's freedom loving people that understand individual freedom that they, they sometimes step up and the greatest generation proved that if that can be done. John Wayne says we're gonna fight a war fight win, and we haven't really done that lately. So I think our president is pointing to win where we heard that before and as Americans, we should support anybody who wants individuals be free. There's my soap box for the day. It's always good. His it's always good. It's always the best. Of course you're doing. Incredible work getting flagpoles up all across the northern plains. N d flagpole guy dot com, seventy one five seven one flag. Thanks, jim. Talk to you soon. Thank you. God bless you bless Marica. Shell Comber is with us. Commissioner of the department of commerce. Those are the kind of commerce stories. I love there's a guy who one day heard on the radio so people saying, I want to buy a flag, but I don't wanna buy flag anywhere other than America. So he called in to tell listeners where they get it and, and said, you know, I do construction, I could help now is whole business is putting plaques and he has vehicles going South Dakota North Dakota Minnesota and the whole thing that has been tastic and you saw me just wrote it down. Well, we have one of the backyard, he does a great job of flag last and, and do a fabulous job for sure. All right. So I was talking before the break a little bit about best practices, and, you know, scaling because it's great that one company doesn't. But if it doesn't go, then only solves a little bit of the problem, not part of the problem and through the effort, that learned about the Don schilling's company, general supply, doing and Pollard is an evangelist for this wonderful process of developing relationships in the high schools finding kids that are interested in that line of work starting a relationship with them. They entered general covenant supply. They get their tuition paid for and they've become employees of the company and it starts very young. Is that is that a great example of best practice? It is a CPA example. And I wanna tell you Don is a member of the council as you said, and it has been an absolute privilege to get to know him an and to they're passionate about their work, and one of the things that the council discovered during its work of really trying to understand North Dakota's work. Four shortage, because even though, like we just talked about this national issue. Every state has unique issue. You know what is ours? Let's not solve Nebraska's workforce problem. One of the things that, that we learned through that process that is absolutely critical to addressing technical skills gap that we have in North Dakota and nationally is youth awareness earlier in more diverse awareness of the variety of career options that are available to students and beyond students people looking to switch careers today and Don is doing that with excellence through his company through the model that he's built. But yes, how can we do scalable, it is scalable? But there are talent is to that, you know, resources being one of them, and so actually, our federal delegation and are the United States. Secretary of labor cost has promoted work based learning and apprenticeships being part of that. And recently, the department of commerce applied for a grant to help assist in scaling programs don's. So as you. Can imagine working with the federal government's? I stayed there's, there's a price to taking federal money. And that is kind of an abundance of processed rings. And when you're a company as eighty percent of north North Dakota companies are with ten or fewer employees that means that you are not heavy on the administrative support side of things. You don't have someone working for your company that can access these funds that can even build a program like don's put in place. It's so impressive what he's done. But he'll be the first to tell you that it took time and energy and commitment. And then he had to do it. He had to do it so that he could solve scalable. You're gonna have to have some sort of apparatus helpful smaller employers. Do the same thing. Yeah. That'd be commerce comes in. Perfect weeding chess talk about, but veterans are great resource for the workforce to and we have more to do in that space to absolutely do that. Something that I'm really passionate about there over thirteen thousand members of military working KOTA today, more than four thousand jobs created indirectly, we'll going to work. I right. Absolutely. Thank you. God bless you folks. Track..

Don schilling North Dakota Scott hennen Dakota department of commerce Jim Stanford Fargo air museum John Wayne Shell Comber Schwab United States Nebraska Cadillac America president Commissioner Buick Secretary Pollard
"fargo air museum" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"fargo air museum" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Remember today on what's on your mind. One question that's been on my mind. So we go back to seventy five years ago today. Coming off of those boats. Parachuting down. You know, the paratroopers storming the beaches in Normandy, why were they doing that they were doing it to preserve our freedom, right to defend our great country, and preserve our freedom? Right. What, what was the freedom supposed to buy? What, what, what, what the blood spilled their bought freedom? What do we do with our freedom? And what do you think they were doing it for? I think they. You tell me if I'm wrong, but I think they did it. For us to do what we will with freedom, right? I mean everybody can do what they will with freedom. This has been on my mind all morning. I think most of the people that spilled the blood, the way they did would be ashamed of our political discourse right now. I really do. Now, they don't you're free to be from blue America. You're free to be from red America. You're free to be a liberal. You're free to be conservative Republican, democrat, whatever that's part of the freedom. But how we the bait the issues how we talk about the issues. How we converse. I now know why there was a civil war just from watching people talk to each other on social media. Imagine if there wasn't a social media, how would they use that, while they probably use it like, you know, we did during the civil war, a war worse than World War Two in my estimation because we were fighting each other. So I hope we don't get to that point. I hope we can all do do it a little bit better. But, but thinking a lot about it. And I just asked you to think about it too. What did their freedom by? How are you using it? It's questions like that. We can ponder on days as momentous as this, and the director of the Fargo air museum is whether to tell us a little bit about what they have planned today. Jackie williams. Hi, jackie. Hello, thanks for being here. Thank you for hosting us. Yes. And so you have a great day planned. We do. And we hope lots of people from the community come out to enjoy the Fargo air museum. The war birds here are the tools of trade for our freedom past and present. And we're very proud of that. So come on out, we have films from that era being played all day free popcorn. Born, we're handing out ribbons that say be proud. Remember and of course, the Fargo air museum is on that. And the I fifty people that come in we'll get either a Fargo air museum sticker, or a fiber air museum pen because we want to celebrate today as a very important day in our history. We wanna remember those that have lost their lives and the relatives. We want to respect the relatives of those that have lost their loved ones. But we also want to make this day of education so everything in our gift shop in books from that time. Period are all ten percent off. Merle morals. A local guy who recently passed away, who has books in our gift shop. And he is he was a staple here. He we lost just this last year. He was a staple here for all of our events in all of air shows, and he was so full of information, and our volunteers really enjoy imparting that information because it can't stop at our generation, we have to take the information. From the greatest generation and keep communicating and those conversations happen, right here, just organically, don't they, not, not even planned vents just conversations that happen from World War, Two vets. Stop by and then the staff here, of course, starts to the conversation and learn so much every day. We learn something amazing. It really is a place where heroes gather, it is. And so what better place to be on? On d day, we're gonna talk a little bit with Tom Campbell and Tom and his family together, the book about their dad, who is a pilot in World War. Two in the book is called guardian angel Tom's copies of the book. So if you're early bird at one you'll get some of those. One have copies of my book grass roots, which will tell some hero stories in there from again honor flight attendees, all the way through Iraq and Afghanistan folks like our buddy rusty art. So it's, it's an we'll leave those as well. So that the point speaker early. What's the first movie you're gonna show? Well, we're going to leave that up to the majority that's here at the time. But we've got some days lined up. I think that once on the screen right now, I can't see which one it's playing. But we've got movies all day we were gonna start at ten where we've already got him, started now, the popcorn's popping, so come on. And we've got a bunch of movies in the majority rules, tell you what, this is a treasure of this community. And I did not know this today, tell today but they have a Global Hawk here. Yes. So you can go, you know, you have planes that are over.

Fargo air museum Jackie williams Tom Campbell Normandy America director Merle Iraq Afghanistan seventy five years ten percent
"fargo air museum" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"fargo air museum" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Five years ago. You think about what they were doing running into those. Bullets running into that storm. It's pretty incredible. And it's good for us every once in a while to just take a step back from the day to day hustle, and bustle at think a little bit about what they faced and we're going to try and do a little bit of that today. We are going to tell you what's happening in the way of events to commemorate the seventy fifth anniversary here. I'd love to be d day. I don't know about you, by the way. Senator John Hobart is there. We just learned moments ago. Senator Hoven is actually at the official d day celebration. Flu overnight with a military flight on a delegation of Senator. So that's exciting. Ben there. But I'm here at the Fargo air museum, or there is history all around me. Artifacts and examples and stories of those that have run into the bullets that have run into the storm, not away and great day beat places like this. They will have a ceremony some movies shown some events happening starting at one o'clock. Might not air. Museum is doing the same thing. We're going to talk with directors of both of those. Locations to tell you, what's happening, Tom. Campbell will be here. His dad his dad seventy five years ago. Flying b seventeen bomber pilot with the eighth air force incredible survived two tours of bombing missions during the war. We're gonna talk about that. With Thomas later on Lynn is will be here lane is a World War. That is a French legion of honour medal. When are you Thanh death March participant? Always enjoy our conversations with that. Great man. And we'll do that again today as well. Jim. The flagpole guy is going to talk about freedom, and that's we're going to talk today on a program with Don Hammett. Dawn is the director of the Eisenhower presidential library and museum. That's an Abilene Kansas. How many people are Abilene Kansas, not a lot? Not a lot. It is. Let's say it's smaller than. Fargo is smaller than Bismarck. It's smaller than Grand Forks smaller than my not it's smaller than Dickinson. It's small few thousand people, and they have a presidential library museum on an interstate the does quite well. In the way of folks. Visit so I wanna find out a little bit about what we can expect once the Theodore Roosevelt presidential library museum is along I ninety four in the entrance to the park named in his honor and also talk about the commanding general on this day seventy five years ago. And that was the white D Eisenhower. Go on to be our president as well. Donald joins to talk about that Dakota territory air museum and might not has events today. We'll tell you about that. And then we're gonna talk about some workforce issues today to Michelle Comber department of Commerce Commission will join us and talk a little bit about that. So we have all that coming up on the program today and welcome your calls, your questions your priority. One for today. Is honoring our veterans. Priority. One is remembering d day, if you in any way have a story about a family member. If you were there. If you add a neighbor, if you had a friend, if you had a co worker if you've stories that you really appreciate about.

Fargo air museum director Theodore Roosevelt presidentia Dakota territory air museum Kansas Senator John Hobart Senator Hoven Dawn Senator Abilene Ben Flu white D Eisenhower Thanh Grand Forks Don Hammett Campbell Tom Michelle Comber
"fargo air museum" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"fargo air museum" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"On any particular issue, we just appreciate the good common sense of good folks of all political persuasions, right here in the heartland of America's thank you for that. Very much appreciate the support tomorrow. We will be at the day celebration kickoff actually starts at one o'clock in the Fargo air museum tomorrow, there's a big day celebration in line not to find out what time that starts, but we'll we'll chat with Robin, from the she's actually the chair of the day celebration in mind, the Ziam there tomorrow, too. So all of that coming up around specialty day edition of the program tomorrow. We also watch mother guests, Michelle comer, who is the department of commerce Commissioner in North Dakota. Look forward to her. Talk a little bit about the workforce situation. So that'll be tomorrow too and, and much more. So say two and of course, a Friday, Kevin Kramer ended the talk radio townhall and don't forget folks in heading her. He'll be there Friday afternoon for the coffee with Kramer event to wanted you to know about that. We just had a gentleman call from might not who has the World War Two that with a birthday tomorrow. So we're going to connect with. We're going to connect with him as well. And if you have any others that, you think, you know, here's the deal. The one thing I learned from the World War, Two honor flights that I was on that you would have sometimes escorts that would be sons relatives of the vet, that was a lawn, and we would go on these trips and, and go to World War memorial and Arlington museum, and other places as well. And the family members nine times out of ten would tell me. That they would tell me stories these vets that they hadn't told their own sons and daughters. They just didn't talk about it. But then when they get with their buddies, and, and others that have been World War Two and actually get there and remember, then they start the story started coming. So sometimes if somebody else asked, it's easier to get the story, but think about that we don't have much long much much, much time left, really with World War Two vets. So you got to tell those stories you got to pull those stories out best you can. But if you have a story about your family member that you wanna share from World War.

Kevin Kramer Michelle comer World War memorial Fargo air museum America North Dakota Robin Commissioner Arlington museum
"fargo air museum" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

10:51 min | 2 years ago

"fargo air museum" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"The best go, tell them Scott set you for sure. Okay. All right. As we mentioned, we have a multi day day conversation plant here on the program. And we talked about events at the Fargo air museum to my we're going to be there might not has got some events plan to wonderful. So we're going to tell you about that. We also tells me stories as we can in welcome your stories. If you have family members told you stories if you've got a World War, Two vet in the family that loves tell us stories. We'd love to talk to him right here on the program and one gentleman spent time around vets done research, family members, and spend some time at the wonderful Fargo air museum as well to get to hear all these stories but McCracken here, but are you doing? I'm doing just fine, Scott. Thank you very much. Nice to see again and and, and connect and looking forward to hearing a few stories. It's a pleasure to be here on your program, I didn't know I was gonna end this opportunity, but I'm glad to have it because I do have some stories to tell what your favorite day story. Well, my favorite story is about my uncle, but it wasn't really d day jumped into well, he did jump into DD. In on d day into Normandy. He was a paratrooper in the eighty second airborne, and I was searching for information for him for about two years, and I couldn't get anything out of our department. They said I was wasn't a close enough. Next of kin I was a nephew. I ended up going to Luxembourg to the lexin big American cemetery met a wonderful superintendent of the cemetery in an hour and a half. She gave me the entire history of what myong-chol dead where he what he was in. He jumped into Normandy. He was involved in the battle of the bulge. He was in best stone all the big battles that you've heard about he was inducted into a special. I think it's called a special battalion or it was called the seventeenth air borne Eisenhower, put that together. And in order to meet Hitler's top crack Panzer troops in the battle of the ball. I found out that my uncle was in a battle called the battle of deadman's ridge. They paratroop in, and, and they actually stopped that penetration by Hitler's Panzer, troops. It was fascinating over there. I was on the beach is a month ago today. It was on walking on the beach beach on the various sand, where man died in their blood was spilled. It was an extremely emotional experience. And I would tell everybody has a chance to go there. They should go and have that experience on my bucket list, for sure. Gotta get there. It's something that just when I walked over there, you could just I could feel it. I just feel. The history and what was going on there. It was so exciting and it was solely motion. And I just would recommend it to everybody to have that experience. Also, you can go into the bunkers which is see what our men faced when they came. They came out of their landing craft on Omaha beach, and Utah beach. And from the point of view of the enemy I was right up in the bunkers looking through the slats where they were looking down, and they can look down in our men were sitting ducks. I think everybody knows what happened to them when they came, but they came, they, they overcame and. And they, you know, they prevailed in the battle. And then they went on later to the battle of the bulge, and in the Normandy. So the, the actual, you know, year round. Museum there. I mean beyond the actual going into the bunkers is there is plenty to see me spend a day there, you could spend we spend a day there. But you can spend more time. There's a there's a beautiful museum there in, in the museum, they have information and artifacts about our landing craft about the enemies Lindy craft enemy uniforms, enemy weaponry, and then all kinds of souvenirs in the museum. So you can go in there. You take a tour and you walk along and they have they have bunkers all the way along and the bunkers unbelievable. I mean, they are the walls, are that think thick. I mean I can't see on the Radio Big that is, but. Yeah. And, and they were hit with shells from our ships nine miles off the coast, and they were hit with shells. I think as big as a car, and they would bounce off them. I mean, those guys were fortified our man had to go in while, my uncle came in from behind, and in surprised they didn't expect those paratroopers to be there. My uncle was involved in this group. If you see the longest day, the great movie in the, there's a scene, where one of the paratroopers lands on the people of church hanging, there, my uncle was not in that actual. That was the five five my uncle's in the five seven he was in another group that jumped in these guys would parachute in they would drop their tanks artillery, and they would go into action. So when they've dropped paratroopers, they hit the beach there. No, the paratroopers were behind. They. On the other side. All right. So they could come up. The landing landing was to come from one side, that paratroopers from the other. I got and what happened to your uncle. Well, my uncle was involved in many of the battles over there. I found out. I knew nothing before I gotta tell this to people might be listening or looking for information. My uncle died in a battle called the battle of deadman's ridge. It was a battle in the it was one of the battles in the battle of the bulge, and Hitler, had put his best cake commanders in the battle of the bulge, because it was his last gasp effort, and the seventeenth air force, or airborne was a group of elite battle-hardened man, I found out my uncles in the group, and I got all this documentation from the superintendent of the cemetery in Luxembourg your own government. We'll tell you because your nephew. Give me anything now. You're not close enough, and then got burned up. So she had it all she figured it out. She's a wonderful lady, I'm reading combination for her because she went above, and beyond the call of duty to help us. And but my uncle died in the battle of dead of dead man's ridge in the battle of the bulge. It was January eighth nineteen forty five and he was twenty five years old. How were you born nineteen forty five years old? And this, what's your earliest recollection of hearing about your uncle service, probably when he died. You know, I knew it went. I remember that he went, I think because they talk about it. And then I remember when he died they gave my grandmother, the, the star to put on, on her window, and they deliver the flag to her. Another thing I found that was really interesting because I never really understood why they kept so many of the guys over at Normandy, and lexin Berg why they buried them there. Why they didn't bring him home and the superintendent of the cemetery told me because I asked you said, why is that in, she told me she said your grandmother, his mother one him buried there. I said, what had have anything to do with class? Does it cost to bring back? She said, no, the United States government would pay for the trip transportation into buried these men, if they wanted to come back, but thousands of them stayed. I, I don't quite understand that wonder why. I got gotta say this is from buffalo North Dakota. There's a monument in buffalo North Dakota and the main street of all the guys who died in World War. Two his name's not on it. I gotta get him on there. I don't know. Work problems. Apart over overlook or something. But, but anyway, from buffalo North Dakota. He was twenty two or twenty three years old when he went they trained him as a paratrooper at fort Lena Minneapolis. That's way started. Then he went on. And by the time he was twenty three years old. He was, you know jumping into Normandy, what an experience kidding. What, what is your dad's say? You don't it's funny because my parents didn't seem to know much about it. They just said, only died in Belgium. That's all we knew he died in Belgium. See that would have been that generation your grandparents. Probably just didn't talk about hidden about it. I asked my grandmother, I asked my aunts all he died Belgium. That was it. I wanna know more. Do so here's found out. I went to Lexa Berg. I went with my oldest son. John and his wife Angie, in a fan of mine, Maryland. And we all got our pictures taken there in tell you what, what I thought on the superintendent of election, Berg cemetery young lady from I got her on the phone. I said, we're we wanna find my uncle's grave as could you help us out? She said, I'll be right over. I said, you speak English. She said, I'm from Massachusetts. What advice would you have for family members that are trying to find out maybe they don't have the information you do now what would you suggest they do? Don't give up when they tell you there was a fire or they or you're not a close relative. I would I haven't pursued all it. But some people say to go to the VFW, go to the groups like that, which you can probably help you. I went to I went to Senator Hogan's office and they were very helpful. John Hoving was very helpful. He put me in touch with all these places. And his assistant Monica was very helpful, but the people who got that to me, and I've got to him say, no, we can't give anything you only nephew. There was a fire. There's no records. And so I said, I don't believe there's no records. So I went to the cemetery, and they have all those records at the cemetery, I would say pursue the VFW I haven't done that yet, but I wanna also if anybody knows how I can get his medals, because he's got many, many medals, that, that I should. Sure, they were given to my grandmother, but it was seventy five years ago, and I wanna get them and put a displayed on alkyl still looking for stuff. I'm still on the search and get them on the wall in buffalo. That's where I to get. No. This guy Elvin p Anderson is name. That was my mother's maiden name. Anderson from.

superintendent Normandy Hitler Fargo air museum North Dakota deadman lexin Berg VFW Luxembourg Scott John Hoving Belgium Elvin p Anderson Omaha beach American cemetery McCracken Berg cemetery Eisenhower
"fargo air museum" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"fargo air museum" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"And then trying to him. So we'll be the Fargo air museum for tomorrow. Broadcasting live. So lots more stories mentioned that. And Friday, course the talk to your town hall. I want to talk a little bit about tariffs here, a minute to again, if you've got to World War, Two story, bring it on late on me, but. The Senate Republicans. Are threatening to block President Trump's. Trade measure here with with Mexico on the tariff. Okay. What do you think of that? Essentially, they're saying okay tariff, should be off the table as a tool. To fix the problem. Most of them have said, like, Iowa, Chuck actually right away said trade policy, has to be separate from foreign policy. You can't Bengal now. Chuck Grassley a good Senator Ben their longtime. Right. He's done a lot of goodness years. Certainly a good man for agriculture but Chuck Grassley is old school. Right. Trump took Chuck Grassley as sort of the establishment as are many in Washington. And there is, you're right, trade policy foreign policy separate. That's how it was for a lot of years. But does it have to be? I mean for me if personally on who's right on the debate, I would say they both right. Because Trump is trying to fix a swamp made mess here and he needs every tool to demand fast action. But a lot of folks Republicans in the Senate. Have a point that long term impacts from tariffs are not good for the economy. They impact the price of engine. That hurts. But can we step back a minute? And remember the mess? This president. Is inheriting. And the mess at the border goes back to one. Reagan. Wilson wagon was wrestling with this gave a little on quote unquote. Amnesty to fix the problem. What did we get for it? What did we get for what George Herbert Walker Bush get done in this regard? What did Bill Clinton get done what George W Bush, what Barack Obama get done? This is what he's dealt was. So I think it makes sense. We're gonna talk to an expert at the bottom of the hour, doesn't agree. But I'm more interested in what you think on this debate some you on face. Facebook say Trump's right? Maybe this will push the house to action on illegal immigration, katie's JD rather tariffs can be repealed quickly once the desired outcomes realized..

Chuck Grassley Trump Senate president George Herbert Walker Bush Fargo air museum Barack Obama Facebook Iowa Bengal Bill Clinton Wilson wagon Mexico Washington Senator Reagan George W Bush katie
"fargo air museum" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

09:23 min | 2 years ago

"fargo air museum" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Heard the saying freedom isn't free, right? Well, it's kind of corny, but it's true. It's very, very true. Whatever freedom, you love was bought with somebody's blood and day Memorial Day is about thanking them about having gratitude for them about remembering them. You know, I grew up where I just thought Memorial Day was you go to the cemetery. You put a flag on, on a loved one's grave, which is wonderful. There's a lot of people that do that Memorial Day. It's a great thing to do, but the reason for the day is not that unless that loved one died serving their country today is about remembering those that died. So you could have the freedoms you enjoy. So let's remember that. Okay, let's just remember that a little bit. And there are a lot of wonderful events going on today ceremonies recognizing the real reason for Memorial Day. The, the reason we get up today and remember them the way we do and a lot of them, and if they're happening where you are. Please let us know we aren't all call for anything that's happening regarding Memorial Day to day, any vet wants to call in and share a thought about a loved one, a family member or could be someone that served with somebody call last week that served in, you know. Was in the marines and had three of his boot camp buddies, die in Lebanon, nineteen Ninety-three thirty five years ago that happened. So whatever you remember that's, you know, appropriate today, we welcome at eight hundred two eight zero five zero a toll free telephone number one fellow that has been working really hard with a lot of different events today in the Fargo Moorhead metro area is Jason X. He's the commander of the United patriotic bodies. They do a really nice thing where they bring together all these area groups and make sure that there are events going on everywhere, and everybody has an opportunity, take them. He's a vet himself a member law enforcement. Now, Jason, thanks for joining us. How are you? I'm really good today. Scott, busy day. It is a busy days, like hurting cats for you, right? I mean, get all these different events. One time my gosh. How many different people will participate in one way or another in the different ceremonies today? All there'll be at least five hundred dollars a day of people showing up to the various events that we have probably more than that. That's more speaking. Yeah. That is great at give us a little run through to so folks want to attend. And I really hope you do find an event you know you're gonna take a half hour. Forty five minutes out of your day, and you're really going to get a sense, what this is all about. But. What do you have planned in the wave? And in the metro today. Jason okay. Well, the first one that we're going to at nine thirty, and it's at the Fargo air museum, the Vietnam veterans are putting on a ceremony normally the ceremonies at the Veterans Memorial bridge, but due to construction, we moved it up to the air museum because it would be too much hassle for oven to park and try to get to the bridge. So that starts at nine thirty. And by the way, Fargo air museum has an incredible display of Vietnam memorabilia. They have done a great job recently had this ceremonies up there in recognition of the Vietnam, vets, and a wall representing area soldiers that died at Vietnam and it, it's really wonderful. If you don't get there today, get there, sometime they done very nice job there. Yes, it, it looks great inside there. There's the ten o'clock and at the Harwood cemetery oakwood cemetery, which next year, we'll have our national cemetery up in that neck of the woods. So it'll be extra special for us. And then there are three separate ceremonies happening at eleven o'clock. I'm first and foremost, the one at riverside and south cemetery where we have a very distinguished speaker. At the westbound, they'll BMW in their POW MIA plaza. They'll have a ceremony. And also at eleven o'clock at the national guard armory and morehead. And he guest speaker is mayor Jonathan Judd. Those are the main ceremonies that are happening. But in addition to Bill is there will be a short ceremony at every cemetery, which will tell a prayer the three gun rifle volley salute and then taps and that'll be. Well, it started at seven thirty this morning. And basically, every half hour forward, Scott. Do you want me to go over that whole list of times and everything on that? Sure. If you've got them in front of you, that'd be great people maybe have a particular cemetery. That's closer to them. They could attend the actor. Okay. I'll start with Moorhead the Moorhead American, Legion Dorsey up w Dudas twenty. Eight forty five they'll be Moorhead memorial gardens. Nine fifteen they'll be in saving at the Elmwood cemetery. That's the one next to the river nine thirty trinity cemetery in saving. Ten o'clock evergreens and south Moorhead, Ken, fifteen purry home. Ten thirty Saint Joseph's. Ken forty at riverside, north Moorhead, and then finishing up at eleven o'clock at the armory. And then for in Fargo. Eleven o'clock, we'll have the ceremony at riverside again twelve o'clock sunset memorial gardens. And then at one o'clock we're going to do a salute at the one sixty fourth infantry monument, and the submariners, we'll do what's called echo taps, and echo rifle volley there. So it's, it's pretty interesting to see. Why tell you that's a lot of work to and you know what offer a good cause? I just hope folks recognize you know, the level of commitment. It takes a lot of people to do all those different events and taps, it every cemetery. And again, this is happening in small towns, all across the North Dakota. We're going to check in insure what North Dakota a little bit. They got a great event there. Of course, the, the, the cemetery man. Dan, also amazing what they do there every year and this year streaming that event. Even so there's just a lot of great things if something's have more your ad. Let us know in call us at eight hundred two two eight zero five five zero seven one two five eight oh, five five open. I'm, I'm so glad for groups like the United patriotic bodies that take the time to do this and give people an opportunity to extend their gratitude to those who served and died on Memorial Day. Jason how what else do you guys do, I know obviously, the Memorial Day events events throughout the year for veterans in different ceremonies. But you're you're doing things that, you know, military honors at funerals and all kinds of things in the United patriotic bodies, right? You bet we just got. We do around three military funerals of week. It gets to be a little bit much for, for all of us. But it's something that we have to do. We, you know, you can hear the government talk about cutting fundings and things like that. So that, that is something our organizations will not stop doing no matter what it costs us, so you can rest assured that if you have a loved one, the parishes, and as veteran, we will be there to present the honors that are deserve. It's really amazing. And I know that you, you have people that support your work and they should in early. It's, it's whether it's the military honors at funerals, certainly very important, or all these different events, this, a worthy cause folks to take care of folks, that do this day, in and day out, so we can attend all those really great anything else. You want to tell us Jason now starting off? A busy day is also. But it's good. Well, appreciate you doing what you do. And we thank you very much for the update. And I'll CBC and later. All right, sounds good. Eleven o'clock at riverside cemeteries, where I'll be speaking. I can say this. I think it's fair to say the best and the most cookies and coffee after the ceremony will be here oversight cemetery. So if you're deciding, do I go, there, I go here, a little drive down towards the river, might not be a bad idea at all? That's for sure. Okay. Also texture from Lester. About. This day that we're celebrating today. Celebrating the wrong word. I know some people say happy Memorial Day. Some people say celebrating. And I don't nobody means that in the wrong way. But you don't celebrate somebody dying, but she went to what you do is recognize that, you know, you the ceremony part of this. The, the remembrance is the important part in really is. So whatever you call it is, you know. That's just fine. But I choose to say, you know, remember gratitude those are the two words that overwhelming today. I'm gonna talk a little bit about a not only gratitude. For those who died while serving so we can have the freedoms we have, but also a desire that the younger generation. That come behind us. Are somehow taught and I don't know if you can teach this. But you can at least present the information in and hope it sticks. Right. But I really I really, I don't know if I pulled a half a dozen highschool half a dozen junior high half a dozen elementary kids at school randomly and put them in a room and said, you know, Memorial Day, tell me what you think of. Are they going to talk about loved ones that serve this country and died? Are they going to remember, you know, do they understand the sacrifice.

Jason X. Harwood cemetery oakwood cemet Moorhead memorial gardens Moorhead Fargo Moorhead Scott Elmwood cemetery trinity cemetery Vietnam Fargo air museum North Dakota Veterans Memorial bridge Fargo BMW Saint Joseph Ken forty Jonathan Judd
"fargo air museum" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

05:01 min | 2 years ago

"fargo air museum" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Maybe set an alarm don't forget about it. If if if you could because like Pat said earlier ten dollars when you when you talk about fifty thousand people that number has a very quickly, and I'll tell you right now as of midnight this morning, twelve o'clock this morning, we have ten thousand four hundred seventy giving hearts so far five million four hundred and twelve thousand two hundred and forty two dollars race. You've heard a number of people. The folks from man Carlson center hero, Linda. Hand up. This is one of their biggest days, this is like the Super Bowl of fundraising because of all the matching funds anomalies organizations have gone out and gotten, but the what the F puts as well. So this is a big day. And it's it's a big day that that these nonprofits in these these great organizations look forward to to be able to put a little money in the in the in the account, you know, and and none of this runs for free anything that these these fine folks do cost money, and you gotta just do what you can. And this is this is the day. All right. We're nine before the top of the hour joined by our friend. Jackie Williams, executive director at the Fargo air museum, another beneficiary giving hearts day. How are you? Jackie. Good to see you again. Fantastic. Thank you so much for Lang me to be here. You bet. Welcome back. We were getting ready. We've got a little gathering for our affiliate in Fargo coming up on the twenty seventh at the farm. We're very excited about if you've not been in your in the Fargo Moorhead area, you're coming to the area, and you've not been to the museum. Right up on nineteenth avenue right across the street from the Fargo down. You'll see there's a big white missile sitting in the white missile. You see that missile? And it's like what is that? That's what North Dakota was known for for years as medium range ICBM's. There's one right there in the parking lot. And some great things going on at the museum. And I know we're ready. We're doing the Fargo air show is back again this year. We're back which the museum is is a big beneficiary of the air show, and the Thunderbirds will be here in July. That's very excited about that. You have not been here for many many years. So we're very excited. They were here for the very first one. And I don't think they've been here. They were at Bismarck, or they were in the state, but they weren't here. If I remember my call Wall Street and get updated on that. Yes. And it's very rare to have an air show back to back. But because we were able to land the Thunderbirds we broke tradition. So that's exactly why. And so we'll be out there in July. Well, let's talk about the other stuff going on at the museum. And what you guys do. And how you doing great. Well, flying out of the gate. This is our inaugural giving hearts stay. So we're very excited about that. Right out of the gate. Thanks to the air show. We were able to land a twenty five thousand dollar match for any donation of ten dollars or more. So we're just excited we are not puppies and kittens and health related, but what we do as a non. Prophet is we feel we are a community gathering space. So we have paid events, but we also do a lot for the community such as the Salvation Army came this year and prepared foods for their delivery such as funding free camps that happened once a month, and what we really enjoy is our interaction with the veterans, and we do a free coffee our Sandy's donuts hosts the donuts, but we do a coffee hour, we the last one was just yesterday and our veterans, whether they're active military or retired come and just socialize and catch up, and maybe they get some useful information from community leaders. So just one hundred dollars. You could buy a Cup of coffee for a hero for an entire year. Oh nice. Think of it that way funding free camps at ten dollar donation will allow us to expand the number of campers because it is fun and free. We pay the hard costs for all of the deliverables. If you will so ten dollars will allow. Us to send one more kid to camp a donation of five hundred dollars would cover expenses for three campers for the entire year while so there's ways to to measure this and again hundred dollars would buy a Cup of coffee for ten veterans all year long that your cat your coffee with egg. And a lot of things when they do this one, and I know about the the vet coffee. Our a lot of young vets can come there. Veterans get so many friends and family that you know, maybe they're dealing with little PTSD dealing with a little stress anxiety from deployment, whatever that is this coffee with the veterans at the Fargo air museum is great because young can come and like, Alex, the Major General said the other day on our show come and just talk with guys that have been there. And that's sometimes that's just the therapy. They need just to hang out with other guys that can Gaza can relate to what they're going through in an atmosphere that they feel comfortable, and I can't tell you how how much fun. It's been deceived that grow. Yeah. Right in front of my eyes. So Fargo air. Museum north avenue north right across from the Fargo. Jackie Williams is the executive director keep up the great work. Is there anything else we need to cover quick, basically, giving heart? Stay very important our inaugural giving heart STAN we'd really really liked to.

Fargo Fargo air museum Jackie Williams Fargo Moorhead executive director man Carlson center North Dakota Pat Gaza Bismarck Linda Salvation Army Lang STAN ICBM Alex Major General ten dollars twenty five thousand dollar
"fargo air museum" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"fargo air museum" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Almost lost her life to a distracted driving crash give your team the tools they need to, handle anything from. Distracted driving through peer pressure behind the wheel enroll him in an. Alive at, twenty-five defensive driving course register, now at Indy c dot org n., d. s. c. dot org when making. Important financial decisions you should always know the facts that's why, Midas resources is willing to pay you to read the facts might as resources a team of handpick financial specialists with decades of financial experienced who are ready to provide you with state. Of the art up-to-date financial, services Midas resources offers a host of services and stands behind their products in fact if you call in order they're free might as report Midas resources will, this detailed report will provide you With financial history on, the safest and most profitable areas. To invest in if you read the report might as resources. Will send you a free walking liberty silver half dollar so what are you waiting for the facts and pull Midas resources toll free at eight eight, eight to nine. To twenty seven nine that's eight eight eight to nine hundred two. Two seven, zero nine and remember if, you read the Midas reporting you'll receive, a free walking liberty silver half dollar It's the Fargo air museums way of getting veterans, together over a Cup of coffee with others who have served our country on the second Wednesday. Of each month the Fargo air museum hosts veteran coffee hour from ten to new sandy springs donuts. Air museum provides coffee and a comfortable setting surrounded by old planes and helicopters Fargo's veterans affairs even provides free bus rides through the. Air museum it gives veterans a chance to share, life stories.

Midas resources Fargo air museum Air museum Fargo
"fargo air museum" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"fargo air museum" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Dot com John Schaffer executive director of the North American deer farmers association work farmers and. Breeders pharmacy it's I always thought it should have been ranchers because, you know you know nights you read on Washington. DC here just a few weeks back at a congressman asked me that he said you plant anything or. Do you we ran So north, in North, Dakota are. Associated with the North Dakota deer ranchers we are North Dakota deer ranchers because, like I said we we don't plant. Anything we raise it into pasture so but then. It I worked for the North American deer farmers association was established any thirty five thirty six year and so I. Didn't have anything to do with the naming back then and, I just have never that we. Should change it so we we continue on. His farmers so you have a significant number of Amish folks in Pennsylvania raising, deer, right, amazing industry's got about, forty percent. I'd say the industry is. Amish in Pennsylvania but you know Michigan Wisconsin Minnesota heck all the way down even into. Texas I didn't realize that Tex Amish Amish people and in Texas, but they do Kansas Missouri right so it's it. Is a really neat industry for gonna say niche industry possibly but you take the Amish colonies you know. And low Inputs is probably the? The word I'm looking for here you don't need tractors you don't need. Large dealers and you know to go, out and work, dear, handled deer farm deer. Ranch dear so it's really, been, a good fit for them when you look at what the you know the hog industry the dairy industry you. Know some of the traditional markets for the Amish families you know they've. Gotten so huge and expanded into technologies in ways that. The you know their lifestyle don't support. So they've looked you know torture farming in and has worked really well, for. Them. You know you can you. Look at the landmass do you know where, as the family, grow, and, the, land is divided you know the Damascus smaller. Twenty to thirty eight years you, can make pretty good living, I'm like you'll deer and. Was? All of that I was actually going for the question, have, you ever, heard. Of an Amish farmer referred to, himself as, a rancher No not forty percent of your. Members are Amish and you now. You because, you live in art Dakota and you. Don't want to be a farmer you. Wanna be a rancher we should call this and North American deer ranching association You know what it does equate right either I would even say with with the rancher. I guess that's why they left the door it was that's been. Too long since I've been. To. Turtle eight great to hear from you Sean he would also tell you if we had time that most of his time is spent on research and. Promotion a better health strategies, for, deer farmers, I'm trying. To loose loose tails always remember gentle safer It's the Fargo air museums way of getting..

North Dakota Pennsylvania Dakota Texas John Schaffer congressman Washington Sean executive director Fargo Damascus Minnesota Wisconsin Kansas Michigan Missouri forty percent thirty five thirty six year
"fargo air museum" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"fargo air museum" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"You sweet chicks pre jim party with hair ballin mohammed they're still trying to say twenty bucks off the gay pride san reserve your company you order your tickets by july sixty eight seven seven moon john visit wound dance jam dot com moon dense jam twenty seven july nineteenth tony i want your minnesota it's the fargo air museums way of getting veterans together over a cup of coffee with others who have served our country on the second wednesday of each month the fargo air museum hosts veteran coffee hour from ten to new sandy's brings donuts and air museum provides coffee and a comfortable setting surrounded by old planes and helicopters fargo's veterans affairs even provides free bus rides to the air museum it gives veterans a chance to share life stories the second wednesday of each month call the air museum go online fargo air museum dot org the army national guard is committed to keeping the country safe and our community secure composed of hundreds of thousands of citizens soldiers from all walks of life the guard is always ready to respond to local or national emergencies we protect the homeland we're always there when called upon and in every state and territory we stand guard for our communities to learn more log onto nationalguard dot com sponsored by the north dakota army national guard aired by the north dakota broadcasters association and this station proud social slash marxist slash communist wins a big win in new york rush these marxist coming out of the woodwork and proudly proclaiming they love marks and they love ingles and they love you paying for everything for everybody that wants whatever they want a raise the borders and let anybody into this country and you should pay for whatever they want to get her i love them campaigning on that bring it on america's anchorman rush limbaugh weekdays eleven to two only on the flag shop local eat local spend local go to am eleven hundred the flag dot com and click on big deals am eleven hundred the flag dot com click on big deals.

minnesota air museum america fargo air museum north dakota army north dakota new york limbaugh
"fargo air museum" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"fargo air museum" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Back in the forecast on tuesday with highs into the mid eighty s your fourth of july wednesday chance for showers and storms there once again mid eighties from the flank weather center i'm meteorologist michael karen am eleven hundred the flames right now seventy five the numbers are back from spring crowing count survey i this is doug through our weekly north dakota game and fish department outdoors report north dakota's spring pheasant population index is down thirty percent from the same time last year according to the state game and fish department two thousand eighteen spring crow count survey rj gross upland game management biologists said the number of roosters heard crowing this spring was down in all parts of the state with decreases ranging from fifteen to thirty eight percent in the primary regions holding pheasants grow said we entered spring with a lower than average number of adult birds because last year's production was far below average due to the state wide drought conditions wherever gross said the past winter was good for birds vital so hens should be in good physical shape for the nesting season in addition spring weather has been good so far as most of the state has received adequate rainfall if the trend continues a good hat should be expected but it will take a few two years of good reproduction to get the population back to where it was before the drought while the spring number is an indicator it does not predict what the fall population will look like brute surveys which beginning late july and are completed by september provide a much better estimate of summer fezzet production and what hunters might expect for a fall doesn't population doesn't crowing counts are conducted each spring throughout north dakota observers dr specified twenty mile routes stopping at predetermined intervals and counting the number of pheasant roosters heard crowing over a two minute period during the stop the number of pheasant crows heard is compared to previous years data providing a trend summary that's this week's north dakota game and fish department outdoors report i'm biologist doug lear it's the fargo air museum way of getting veterans together over a cup of coffee with others who have served our country on.

north dakota michael karen doug lear fargo air museum thirty eight percent thirty percent two minute two years
"fargo air museum" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"fargo air museum" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"The flame currently seventy eight hi it's jane with am eleven hundred the flag by now you've heard about how you can save money by shopping the flag big deal just a click away from savings on food travel entertainment automotive karen more with discounts up to fifty percent you can't go wrong plus we're always adding new businesses that want to help you save money so check back often you never know what you'll find new stop the flag big deals am eleven hundred the flag dot com and click on big deals am eleven hundred the flag dot com click on big deals if you need cash you need my friend jerry brier from the gold and silver exchange grand forks or should i bring in to get some cash jerry we buy used jewelry unwanted or broken jewelry we pay top dollar we also appraise and purchase steak valuables coins gold silver diamonds anything gold or silver we also sell refurbish jewelry at below wholesale prices the only difference you'll see is the price you paid versus new jewelry you're known for being honest if fair prices better business bureau gives you the a plus rating so they'll get a good price too oh yes actually this prices below wholesale prices refurbished jewelry and the thing is you can't tell the difference once you wear a it's the same value that you have paid at a jewelry store buying or selling honest fair prices from a trusted resource gold and silver exchange twenty one twenty four gateway drive grand forks or call seven zero one seven four six ninety nine fifty it's the fargo air museums way of getting veterans together over a cup of coffee when others who have served our country on the second wednesday of each month the fargo air museum hosts veteran coffee hour from ten to new sandy springs donuts and here museum provides coffee and a comfortable setting surrounded by old planes and helicopters fargo's veterans affairs even provides free bus ride to the air museum it gives veterans a chance to share life stories the second wednesday of each month call the museum or go online fargo air museum dot org this is what's on your mind denim is one of our board members.

jerry brier air museum fargo air museum fifty percent
"fargo air museum" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"fargo air museum" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"The number to find out more eight four four forty nine bible that's eight four four forty nine bible you can see these stories and more on our website truth itself dot com truth itself news that impacts your faith family and country hi i'm mark wagner from india state services and i have been blown away by your response from my ads so i have a brand new offer for the next ten callers and we'll make sure you keep your family farm by an in the family protected against the inlaws outlaws and nursing homes and keeping your assets per serving as probate court and public record i help families in north dakota south dakota and minnesota tech preserve impasse on your estate making a difficult transition easy when that time comes will make sure that we leave your assets to your loved ones on your terms and that you don't leave behind family fighting in her feelings i have a special discount for one of my next ten callers from this ad caller tax be that's marcus seven zero one three one eight zero nine zero eight seven zero one three one eight zero nine zero eight thank you at dave's west fargo tire and service they are serious about having your vehicle road reading from regular oil changes with valvoline to your vehicles maintenance schedule so you know when your car needs a fluid flush rotation or filter change and dave's they have cutting edge technology resources to diagnose problems and know when there's a manufacturer's recall there's only one thing you need to know when it comes to keep your auto road ready rescue in the farm rescue foundation have teamed up with more than a dozen rugby north dakota areas sponsors for a special fundraising effort purchase your twenty dollar tickets today for the first ever farm rescue foundation grain been raffle on july eleventh one winner will be drawn to receive a five thousand bushel hopper bid you don't need to be present to win an all proceeds benefit farm and ranch families in crisis via farm rescuer and visit win the been dot com today for tickets and a full list of contest rules it's the fargo air museums way of getting better and together over a cup of coffee with others who have served our country on the second wednesday of each month the fargo air museum hosts veteran coffee hour from ten to new sandy's brings donuts and.

mark wagner north dakota minnesota valvoline dave farm rescue foundation rugby fargo air museum five thousand bushel twenty dollar
"fargo air museum" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"fargo air museum" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Eleven veterans are just a few of the heroes we serve at homes for our troops for nearly two thousand severely injured veterans everyday life has become filled with barriers so we build specially adapted homes with features like wheelchair access rolling showers and pulled down cabinets that allow them to function independently and focus on their recovery and family this lifechanging gift of freedom is provided mortgage free to these veterans thanks to our donors and supporters but we need you to join us to in completing this important mission please visit h f o t usa dot org and help build homes and rebuild lives it's the fargo air museums way of getting veterans together over a cup of coffee with others who have served our country on the second wednesday of each month the fargo air museum hosts veteran coffee hour from ten to noon sandy's brings donuts in the air museum provides coffee and a comfortable setting surrounded by old planes and helicopters fargo's veterans affairs even provides free bus rides through the air museum it gives veterans a chance to share life stories the second wednesday of each month call the air museum or go online to fargo air museum dot org at six on amble oven hundred the flag shop local eat local spend local go to am eleven hundred the flag dot com and click on big deals am eleven hundred the flag dot com click on big deals here we go high brow i buy nail goners.

sandy air museum fargo air museum
"fargo air museum" Discussed on KFGO

KFGO

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"fargo air museum" Discussed on KFGO

"Usually when i played a samsung tally state can hear houses got three that have people like this country in studio we have let us jackie williams she is the executive director the faculty and use the inherent town we also have larry nicholson president of the local vietnam veterans chapter nine four one that right larry right okay and i we've got add honing is also a veteran who actually tack to yesterday about this he's been a great promoter at this upcoming events series of events were going to tell you about and last but not least we have i dan tenfold as well president the north dakota vietnam veterans of america so i you did sit up straighter i did i the very thankful for the service of these gentlemen and afford hearing about this weekend's events yes the next week is the twenty seventeen vietnam memorial we keep twenty second through the actually this weekend april twenty second through the twenty eighth and jackie tell us a little bit about what's going on well thank you so much it's it's a pleasure to be here thank you for the opportunity fargo air museum will be hosting the vietnam veterans of america april twenty seconds you the twenty eighth if you're not familiar with the air museum our role golan mission is a nonprofit is to promote aviation through education preservation and restoration and we get to meet great folks like this on a daily basis but what an honor distressed have vehicles of the vietnam era as well as ever and the other men are memorabilia excuse me and the guys and gals that served their country so this is really a family event it's not just for vietnam that this is something the whole community can get behind near mahoney is kicking it off on saturday admission is free of charge to the non that's their immediate family museum members because we are.

executive director president north dakota vietnam memorial fargo air museum vietnam mahoney samsung jackie williams larry nicholson america twenty second twenty seconds