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Seattle School Board chooses new board member, approves plan to return to classrooms
"On the Seattle school board, with a vacant position filled yesterday. The update from comas conning Johnson was vacant in January, when former school board member even Mack resigned, calling for state intervention and a full audit of the school board. Erin jury will fill the spot. She was one of three candidates before the board and won unanimous approval. She is a nonprofit organizer and business consultant and will serve District four, which includes Ballard, Magnolia and Queen Anne. Congratulations, directed Jerry You are joining, See how the public schools at a very interesting and critical time. The board also approved a return of elementary students four days a week on a half day schedule some of the morning, others afternoon. Starting April. 5th on the start time has been bumped up because of a bus driver shortage. Fred Podesta, chief operations officer for Seattle schools, elementary schools, and K through eight schools, start at eight A.m. and ended 2 30, the district and union still negotiating a return for middle and high school students. Carleen
"operations officer" Discussed on KOMO
"ABC News. I'm Richard Can't Sue House Speaker Nancy Pelosi telling the membership to be ready to head back to Washington at a moment's notice to vote to vote on impeaching the outgoing president. A second time he has done something So serious that there should be prosecution against him. The speaker on 60 minutes on CBS. Sadly, the person trying to executive branch is a deranged Unhinged, dangerous president of the United States and only a number of days until we can be protected from him. House Vote on Impeachment is likely this week The deadly pro trump riot at the Capitol raises the outgoing presidents culpability. But ABC News legal analyst Kate Shaw says the question of whether he'll face any criminal charges is a hard one. I do think that there are absolutely cases that could be made. For things like incitement of insurrection, seditious conspiracy, So I wouldn't rule out the possibility that Biden Justice Department will take a look at whether there's potential criminal charges that could be brought against Then ex President Trump has remember. DOJ thinks you can't indict a sitting president. But you can certainly indict an ex president Days after the Capitol Hill riot, the Army says the threat is not over. The army secretary briefs the members of Congress who say at least 25 domestic terrorism cases. Been open since the siege at the Capitol and the Defense Department is aware of possible threats posed by would be terrorists in the coming days. Baby sees Kenneth Molten The army is investigating. Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Captain Emily Rainey, the 30 year old psychological operations officer led a group of people to the rally leading up to the riot. She says her group and she Attended the rally but did not enter the capital. The covert tracking project says the daily death toll from the Corona virus.
"operations officer" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"And to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi telling the membership to be ready to head back to Washington at a moment's notice to vote the vote on impeaching the outgoing president a second time he has done something so serious. That there should be prosecution against him The speaker on 60 minutes on CBS. Sadly, the person trying to executive branch is a deranged, unhinged. Dangerous president of the United States and only a number of days until we can be protected from him. House Vote on Impeachment is likely this week The deadly pro trump riot at the Capitol raises the outgoing presidents culpability. But ABC News legal analyst Kate Shaw says the question of whether he'll face any criminal charges is a hard one. I do think that there are absolutely cases that could be made. For things like incitement of insurrections, seditious conspiracy, So I wouldn't rule out the possibility that Biden Justice Department will take a look at whether there's potential criminal charges that could be brought against Then ex President Trump does remember DOJ thinks you can't indict a sitting president. But you can certainly indict an ex president days after the Capitol Hill right. The Army says the threat is not over. The Army secretary briefed the members of Congress who say at least 25 domestic terrorism cases. Been open since the siege at the Capitol and the Defense Department is aware of possible threats posed by would be terrorists in the coming days. ABC is Kenneth Molten. The Army is investigating. Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Captain Emily Rainey, the 30 year old psychological operations officer, led a group of people to the rally leading up to the riot. She says her group and she attended the rally but did not enter the capital. Covert tracking project says the daily Death toll from the Corona virus is averaging averaging more than 3000 Day. Now there are more than 130,000. Americans hospitalized. You're listening to ABC News..
"operations officer" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"In 85. She's made recruitment of priority and, in fact making the workforce that the CIA looked Maura diverse. And so that's why suddenly the CIA is opening up just a bit. Passing out the 143 jobs now on the website, And these were things all the way from office workers to security of police officers to guard the Langley, the CIA headquarters. Always down into something more interesting called paramilitary operations Officer. Here's the job description, P O ose lead and manage covert action programs and collect foreign intelligence vital to national security policy makers. That's fine, right? CIA doesn't use the word spy. They use words like paramilitary operations officer, which is just silly. Call it what it is. It's exactly right. So if you have your bachelor's degree, they require one for that position that a lot of them don't So let's you say you have your bachelor's description of your degree and maybe a little bit of experience in this area. Don't know where you would get another than the CIA. You can earn up to $112,000 to start. So things were decent, decent jobs. All right, well, Jim, you know what? I'm gonna go just so that I can read more of those job descriptions, CIA dot golf. See a dog of all right? Sounds good. Thanks so much, Jim. I appreciate it and by the way for people who, speaking of bond girls are wondering about Tanya Roberts will the death of actress Tanya Roberts was greatly exaggerated because, oh, she's not dead. Now. She apparently is in very serious condition at the hospital, but her publicist had sent out a press release saying. Roberts, who's a former bond girl had collapsed in her home on Christmas Eve and died at Cedars Sinai on Sunday. But TMZ says Public, sis now says, Oh, sorry, Actually, Robertson's life Okay, that publicist would not be my publicist anymore. Roberts is known to have more contemporary audiences for her role on that seventies show and also just another sad note. The wife of retired Dodgers announcer Vin Scully has died. She died Sunday from complications with a less been and Sandra Scully had been married since 1973 and the team has said she was always at Dodger Stadium. Supporting him. She was 76 Let's end on an up note. Former talk show host Larry King is being treated in L. A. For Cove in 19. He's been there it looks like for about a week he is unable to visit family members in person because of hospital protocols. He's 87. But I did hear that he is breathing on his own. Those were the reports that are coming out. So that is the good news there. This is K f i n k. O S t h d to Los Angeles and let's take a look at that drive. Now clear.
Operation Warp Speed official apologizes for ‘miscommunication’ over vaccine shipments
"Vaccine will begin distribution across the U. S. Starting tomorrow. The Nation reported 260,663 new cases yesterday just short of the record set. On Monday, a top U. S official apologized for a miscommunication regarding the covert 19 vaccine allocation numbers that states received so to the governors. The governor's staff. Please accept my personal apology. If this was disruptive in your decision making and in your conversations with the people of your great state, That's General Gustav a Purna, chief operations officer for Operation Warp speed. He said Today's states had requested planning numbers of the doses they could expect, but that forecasting availability of the vaccine has proved challenging. Because of the arduous and highly technical manufacturing process. As a result, General Pernis said some areas received a lower allocations and then initially predicted global news
Richard McSpadden from AOPA on how he got into aviation
"Where did your first interest in aviation start off? Yeah. It came really from my dad when my dad turned it was roughly in in his forties early forties. My mom gave him a present of a flight lesson off and he took that I was about high school college at the time. And he immediately took to it. He just loved it as my mom knew he would and I watched him go through that and saw the planning at the kitchen table and all that and I thought man that that looks like a lot of fun and he encouraged me through the years kind of nudge me to look at flying you thought I would enjoy it thought I would you know be good at it and I'm really thankful that he did that's kind of where it came a little bit late for me in life. But that's kind of where it came from that is a little bit later than most people we talked about. I one of my good friends in college that he was the same way. He entered ROTC with me and his whole goal was I think he wanted to be a lawyer in the Air Force song You Had a scholarship in for like English or something cuz you did really well in school and he decided that he thought this flying thing would be super cool. So 18 plus years later. He still find fighters on active duty package. So I think maybe there's something to it for those of you who are trying to go that route maybe delay that passion. I gotta do this. I gotta do this you won't put as much pressure on yourself and wage. Actually grow into a little bit better and next thing, you know, you're the you're the lead of the of the Thunderbirds. So we've us through just how you're active duty career piece together to get you to kind of where you are, New Jersey. Yeah. So I was ROTC like you were and came out of University of Georgia and went to Advanced Air Force Base in Enid Oklahoma and back that time, you know, you everybody flew to 37th and then everybody Flutie 38 sand somewhere in there. They would decide they had to be far qualified and they would take like whatever persuasion they would make that far qualified and if you made that cut you were able to choose what you want to go fly next. I think they do a lot differently now, but and then it was it was a pretty brutal process everybody knew your rank order of the class and that was publicized well known and they would put the airplanes up that were available and you know pilot number one in the class. What do you want and need to look at the list of all the classes and birth Take whatever class he wanted and our our airplane and then you know on the number two number two, what do you want? Right so through that process. I got very fortunate and I flew the F-15. That's the place. I really wanted to fly. And from there. I flew and kadena and came back and did Holloman Air Force Base for a long time was the F-15 demo pilot for a while really enjoyed that bath and then moved to the ranks. Like a lot of people went back to the schoolhouse top there in the F fifteen for a while fluid Langley for a while and then moved onto the Thousand Birds, you know about about the time. I I think I was an Ops officer at Tyndall and release came out about okay. It's time to hire a new round of Thunderbird pilots. And one of them this year's team lead position. If you're an operations officer and you meet all these calls and you're interested, you know, put your package in and so that's kind of you know in short where my career went. I did have that middle stint. You know when you're on active duty job. Want you to do the career broadening thing. Oh, yeah, and so, you know rightfully so my boss was really trying to look out for my career and he was pushing me to go to the Pentagon and take a staff to her and just thought he didn't want to do that. So I went and found my my own little assignment flying King airs in the Philippines and just had a ball doing that my wife and I went we were I was an assistant at a shame that we had three King airs in the Philippines at the time. So my job was to sort of manage that Fleet and be the chief sort of instructor of you know, the 06 has and the other people that would apply to King air bag and that was just an absolute ball. I just I can't say enough about the king you are and what a fantastic airplane that is you say stuff like that and that makes me go. Yeah, I I've had friends who've done similar type jobs, right and I always say man. I just I learned about all these things the day after I make a decision and go for something else. It's like every significant wage Yeah,
"operations officer" Discussed on KOMO
"Health Auction where to kick things off with a conversation between you and Jenny Love. Tell us about Jenny. Jenny is our chief operations officer here at I R G and Jenny's going to talk about direct access in the physical therapy and occupational therapy world. It's important that our public knows that they could access physical therapy directly. All right. Here's that conversation between Shannon and Jenny. Jenny love. Welcome to health talk. How are you? I'm doing well, Thank you. How are you? I'm doing great. Thanks for joining us. I'm excited to talk with you, Jenny, because no me on this time of the show, we take callers from listeners that have have injuries. And you're coming on today and we're going to talk about if you have an injury. How you Khun get into physical therapy through what we call direct access before I ask you all the neat questions Just our listeners know your job, but I RG and we're glad to have you. You're a chief operations officer. And you take care of all the logistics in organization that includes identifying how people access when how and why. From an insurance site and how they access physical therapy and how we get reimbursed for that care and all those very important things for us and, more importantly for the patient, Great job by the way, but tell our listeners about direct access. It's this term out there, and I'm not sure people understand how we use it and what it means for them. Go ahead. So basically what direct direct access is and what it means her physical therapy. Is that patients have the ability to come directly to a physical therapist without seeing a doctor or specialist. First, they could come to us having evaluation without first going to the doctor for a visit, and we're not saying that doctors are not important. They're very important part of his care team. What this is important for listeners is that there is plenty of research that shows if you can get into physical therapy or rehab. Quickly. The outcomes of downstream cost or diminished. The outcomes are increased. The patient's happy and that's really what it's all about is happy. Absolutely are doctors of physical therapy are recognized as the licensed professionals in this field and the Professional choice to manage the muscular, skeletal and movement disorders. And what we do is we see a patient for an evaluation. We have great resource is and references amongst the community. And if we see something that looks a little off or if we need to go back to a doctor, we have those referrals setup that we can get the patient and it's important. Also note that the communication when you are seen through direct access, we're going to communicate with your doctor. And if down the road needs some kind of insurance information. We will follow it and take care of all the needs on insurance. Maybe describe that a little bit. Yeah, exactly..
"operations officer" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Hoffman is a former career CIA operations officer. He has over 30 years of service that not only the CIA, but also with the U. S military, the Department of State And the Department of Commerce. Dan's assignments at CIA included tours of duty in the former Soviet Union, Europe as well as the war zones in both the Middle East and South Asia. He is widely considered to be a Russia expert. I just sat down to talk to Dan about the story of the Russian illegals, another in our series of spy stories. I'm Michael morale, and this is intelligence matters. Dan. Thank you so much for coming on intelligence matters. It is. It is good to have you with us, and it is very good to talk with you again. Oh, thanks. It's a real pleasure and an honor to be here. So, Dan, This is the next in our Siri's of what we're calling spy stories, real stories told by real intelligence officers. But before we get to that stories, I'd love to ask you a couple of Questions that aren't really related to the story. But I'd like to ask them anyway. And the first is how did you end up at the Central Intelligence Agency? And how did you end up spending A good chunk of your career focused on on Russia? Well, how you ended up in CIA was really because I wanted to serve my country. My family who had served in the military, we'd been the beneficiaries of the great freedom of opportunity in this country. My grandfather was the first one born in this country. His parents had nothing. You went to public school served in World War II. And then he went off to Harvard Harvard Law School and founded his own law firm, And that really was something that I thought a lot about. As I was looking at a career. I wanted to serve my country. And so it crystallized for me when I was earning a master's degree at London School of Economics in 1986. And I was reading George Kennan's memoirs, and that was what got me really focused on Russia. And when I joined CIA three years later, I was just fortunate that I had the opportunity. First to learn Finnish and and sort of a couple of years in Helsinki and then to learn Russian and spent 2.5 in Moscow. And then I learned Estonian and served in Estonia. All that was before 9 11 after 9 11 things got a little bit different for all of us at CIA. But before 9 11 I was really focused to a great extent on Russia. Let me just ask you Dan. One more question before we get to the story itself, I'd love since you spent so much time focused on Russia. I'd love Your assessment on how you think about the threat that Russia poses to the United States today in the big picture Sense I look. ATT Russia almost like a Venn diagram. There is some shaded space, not a lot, but a little bit areas which we can collaborate on together like counter proliferation. And counterterrorism and look at the space X launch even space exploration and arms control. Very important. There's also a big area of unshaded space where we can't collaborate because Vladimir Putin is the KGB operative in the Kremlin. And for him, the United States is Russia's main enemy. What scares him the most is democracy, freedom and liberty. He wants his brand of KGB authoritarianism to be perceived as some sort of unequal and stature to the United States. And he knows that if his own people world were allowed the freedom to assemble and the liberty and democracy that we enjoy in this country, albeit under siege at the moment. That his rule his regime security would be at risk. And so that's why He embarked on a riel. Russia RESURGENCE strategy After seizing power two decades ago, invaded Georgia launched massive cyberattack against Estonia invaded Ukraine and annexed Crimea has interfered in our elections. European elections. On reinvigorated Russia's influence in Latin America in the Middle East's, um, you know, while we counter Russia, and that's important, we also still need to look for opportunities to work together. It Zaveri dicey, very challenging diplomatic affair, which really has a great role, of course for the intelligence community's a CZ. Well, You're listening to intelligence matters. I'm Michael Morel. Our guest today is Dan Hoffman, a former senior CIA operations officer. Okay, Dan, let's let's dig into the story. But let me start by saying that you're our narrator here and that we won't be going into detail about your personal role in these events, although I'd say it's safe to assume that that anybody who worked On Russia at high levels that CIA, as you did would have touched this case in some way, but we just can't go into details about that. The case, as you know, Dan, but for our listeners is called ghost stories. There is there is a famous book about the CIA's role in South Asia with that title, But this ghost stories is quite different. In this context. Ghost stories is the FBI code name. For a counter intelligence investigation of a group of Russian illegals living in the United States. So let's start Dan with with what is an illegal just in general terms. The concept of illegal what is it? How do you think about it? So an illegal it is the Russian term. It's a Russian in this case of Russian intelligence officer operating under nonofficial rather than the traditional diplomatic cover. So those intelligence officers they can't claim immunity from prosecution. If they're arrested. They may operate under a false name or have documents purportedly establishing them is a national of the country where they're residing. We're from a different country other than Russia. The Soviet Union. Historically, they deployed illegal so the United States to steal our nuclear secrets in the 19 thirties and 19 forties. It's been a real key part of the KGB and their success or intelligence organizations playbook. Important to note as well. Vladimir Putin was an illegal support officer in East Germany, and so he would consider illegals to be aqui arrow in his own espionage quiver. They're meant as stay behind to conduct operations in case of Diplomatic. Those intelligence officers operating a diplomatic cover being declared persona non grata. Sometimes they're used to run sensitive operations. In the case of the illegals in the United States, the Russian ones, their goal was to immerse themselves deeply in our society. And enable close contacts. Imagine them to go way back in time. Think of Kevin Costner's moving No way out. A classic was a Soviet illegal and I would encourage listeners to go back and enjoy that movie. It.
New commander on duty at Coast Guard in Boston
"There's a new commander on duty at the Coast Guard here in Boston rear admiral Thomas Allen junior is relieving rear admiral Andrew Thomson of duty Allen has spent his career as an operations officer Thompson served as the district commander for a couple years he's leaving the northeast to work as a U. S. southern command's director of
United Airlines COO Tells Employees To Consider ‘Voluntary Separation’
"At United Airlines is telling employees to consider leaving the company voluntarily barber to SEC tells why United Airlines chief operations officer Greg Hart writes in a memo to some staffers that the airline will need to right size its work force in the document obtained by CNN business heart goes on to say you may want to seriously consider if you're in the position to take a voluntary separation hard said executive salaries have been cut and that the airline is trying to be transparent with its rank and file work force United is precluded from laying off staff for the next six months under terms of a federal financial assistance package that will provide the airline with about five billion
"operations officer" Discussed on WTOP
"Support family caregivers everywhere as always you can count on a a or P. to advocate for you and your family join us and stay connected at A. A. R. P. dot org slash coronavirus seven thirty six now a mass shooting in Nova Scotia royal Canadian Mounted Police operations officer says gunmen killed at least ten people I can tell you that they were scattered across the province and I don't have a list here to give you the specific locations or times because that's very much under investigation the victims were apparently targeted at random the Pentagon has extended its freeze on domestic and international movement of troops through June thirtieth two the corona virus the new order takes effect on Monday the freeze was originally set to expire may eleventh undersecretary of defense for personnel and readiness Matt Donovan says the order includes exceptions for troop deployments and returns recruiting and basic training temporary duty travel or changes of station travel needed for medical treatment and people who are leaving the military Donovan says defense secretary Caspar will review the policy every fifteen days to to to determine whether travel may resume earlier tensions between the United States and Iran appear to be heating up once again Iran's revolutionary guards have issued a warning to the U. S. about its military activities in the Persian Gulf and knowledge in publicly that its forces had a tense encounter with American warship last week U. S. military had already confirmed an encounter with nearly a dozen revolutionary guard vessels last week calling around moves dangerous and provocative military consultant Jeff McLaughlin says this is likely part of an ongoing retaliation for the death of general Solomini will last couple months we've also seen scattered incidents against U. S. bases in Iraq of which it believed were conducted by the Iraqi Shiite militia groups provided support perhaps indirection perhaps by the Iranian government hearings may also believe as we move in the summer in the fall that as we approach the November elections there may be an opportunity for them to place greater pressure on president Donald Trump Tehran says the navy has increased patrols and would give quote a decisive response to any military mistake in the region seven thirty eight prevent the spread of viruses with Michael and sons germicidal UV C. go to Michael and son dot com traffic and weather on the aids and when it breaks the capital beltway still showing a good ride through Maryland and Virginia I two seventy works on southbound between falls road in the lane divided two left lanes getting by a long term works on over in Rockville north bound Georgia Avenue after route twenty eight three right lanes blocked over Regina sixty six east through falls church below speed near Washington Boulevard works on as a single left lane getting by I ninety five good now in both directions we had a crash on the northbound side last hour news sixteen garrison ville road but we believe now it's been shouldered right so you're good to go on both sides of the Virginia side of ninety five through the district goals good on the freeway into ninety five still moving well in north west watch for new traffic pattern New York Avenue headed inbound toward the south down third street total the traffic pattern takes away the left lane these are challenging times in rocket mortgage by quicken loans quicken loans is prepared to help if you need mortgage assistance contact thirteen twenty four seven at rocket.
3 Aviator Guests Who Flew The F117
"Today we have not one two three we Aviators who flew the F.. One seventeen so with us today. We have colonel at Whitley. We have colonel. Ralph Goetchel and colonel. Ganja Gentlemen thank all of you for being here. We also have their wives with us here. They were able to join us so Just want to thank the six of you for making the trip up to to Oshkosh Wisconsin. Shearson time on this pleasure absolutely so and also they'll be joining us tonight for. EA Speaker series which For those are you listening. It's too late for you but make sure you missed a good one guy you know especially that one part but do check our local to the oshkosh area. Ever want to make a trip sometime. When it's not air venture be sure to check our social media on our website and our online newsletter for for future dates for this for the series so with that of course I guess I'll I'll kick it over to you to kind of ask what we usually ask for the introductory questions for our I guess one of my favorite questions ask because everybody has a story What I made you WanNa fly well for me? As a child growing up I was the child of a World War Two veteran. My Dad worked for a company in which there was is a retired Military Aviator who was the president and CEO of textile the organization being from the South and he was a big collector of military aircraft. And he he shared this collection with the people who work for his organization and so we as kids. We just climb all over a variety of military aircraft and been a little bit older than these other guys I Remember Korea Had Our tendency to visit the local airport just watching it but what the moment that really struck me was when I had my first Ryder t thirty. The three in the backseat. My time is that My choices were go through. ROTC in college or not go to college and be a grunt in the United States are going to be at Phnom and frankly when I went to field training between my sophomore junior year and had that first orientated applied on ever get get visit. Myrtle Beach Airforce Base took off on their forget we broke ground on a cloudy sky and that contrast to the ocean and the white sand. And I said Gosh. Gosh this is what I WANNA do. That was that moment that really struck out for me and I had a great again in front seat and that was that was a magic moment for me. That's awesome How about you Colonel Jill? We're like to point to say that my father who was in the military inspired mutation Taeb restrained to be AAA battery commander so that didn't feel bad but my mother was a navy wave during World War Two and it was a linked trainer operator and she brought with her the navy how to fly manuals and all the things that I just devoured in junior high and high school. I lived on a ranch in central Florida that was in the running line for the navy. Pine Castle air to ground range or GonNa rage and so I could be down there shoveling horse apples or whatever it is that at a ranch boy does it'd be threes and fours and four eight. Five eight vigilantes roaring overhead on looking up and Goya looks like a lot more fun than down here and I did a little investigation allegation and found out that the navy guys running aircraft carrier. And there's no women on carrier knows no beer on the carrier and that that launched launched me on a on a career near fourth. Although my dad wasn't an aviator was on the Coast Guard World War Two timeframe when I was young very young he took me to an EA gathering back when it was in Rockford. And I got my first flight in a gypsy. Moth Open Air. I don't remember eight or nine years old in it's kind of set a spark. My father was always aviation suzy's and then as I was getting into high school I just thought the flight fighters be like the greatest job in the world early in high school. Had I had a cousin that went to the Air Force Academy and I got to thinking I was also the oldest of seven children in the finances of going to college made made a huge difference if the government was sending me to college and I got a chance to be a pilot. Boy that'd be cool owes able to get into the Air Force Academy train their want to go to pilot training and it was just kind of always been my goal to head in that direction. I didn't necessarily have specific specific path but worked out and there. We have how that's awesome. That's really cool. You have an EA if you're early flight and that's pretty wild. It's grown a bit Rockford. We noticed it so we just heard your first experience in an airplane What about the what? What did you was the first plane? Overflowing well following pilot training. No now you just mean like as a kid but as I said in the t thirty three that's an awesome. I fly has an awesome and of course it there in that timeframe There was a program in. ROTC for juniors and sophomores to Get their pilot. License called the flight instruction program and I went through that and of course into the air force and on the pilot training but my first airplane eh operation and was the F. One hundred which kind of an interesting about that as a kid growing up I mentioned that my first flight and the t thirty three was There'll beach airforce. Base happened to be two three fifty four th wing air flying f one hundred's so as a kid. I got a lot of Hans and I never thought that I'd be one of those guys flying the F. One hundred it's an amazing airplane. Yes it is about you. My first light was in a was in a Tri Pacer and my I had a I had a friend in elementary school was interested in aviation as well and my brother and we saved our money and we parents take us out your fort and got a little introductory flight And the next one after that was on my way to the Air Force Academy Outta me. My Kademi lays officer now. This central Florida had a steer men and he put me up in the German to go flying and that open cockpit Pitt. Experience was quite a thrill that is pretty cool at the step up from a Tri Pacer. Quite a bit so we'll talk a little bit about how you guys transitioned into the F. One seventeen program And currently I guess we should start with you since you you were there for pretty early on to keep household about that yes and the late nineteen eighties. I received my backup of it in late late. Nineteen Eighty I was just finishing the eight and fighter weapons school and being reassigned their analysis to be the assistant operations officer in that unit. Something I'd really want to do for some time really looking forward to it but no sooner had I arrived in the squadron and I got a phone phone call from the gentleman I had never met before. who asked me if he could meet me a specific building a specific perfect room at a specific time in several weeks ahead? This guy's name was Bernard Bob Jackson Quite a character in his own right in On the predetermined date and time I arrived air knocks on the door. Door opens about an inch. And I hear this voice is. Are you whittling. I said Yes sir they let me see your ID card slip it through the door. Who knows what's going on the other side he's probably chuckling or whatever but invites me in and we have about three five minute interview that Everything he offered was great but not assured I took him up on his offer. And that's how I joined the unit and made a commitment At that time and two or three months later one of the first in whoops called the initial padres to show up. We didn't have a permanent place to stay. We had a couple of Single wide trailer on on the flight. Line at Nellis Air Force Base and I spent about four and a half five years With the unit I watched it go from obtaining are I eighty seven to become an seven unit the with the as our cover story story Doing Avionics testing and of course I was For whatever reason nothing unique about me because because there were several very talented and capable people in part of that initial Kadre but Colonel Jackson for whatever reason he did elected to Have may be the first operational pilot now. I've had two theories about that. The first is I was expendable. Yeah and so. If it didn't work out nothing was lost but and as it turned out That that was a very unique experience and then of course Being the first operational pilot help check out the next guy and so on and so forth and eventually we received airplanes wanted to time and we checked out people want at the time and by while the intent was by nineteen eighty two to have limited operational operational capability. We simply just didn't the airplanes fast enough because some challenges that they had faced in that process and well how to build it exactly and each airplane was very unique in his own right. What those first few coming up? Because there's a lessons learned very quickly. Adjustments were being made in the Production and June of eighty five rolled around I had basically Evolved into being the Training Squadron Commander and I left the unit about four or five assignments later in August of nineteen ninety. I showed back up on the doorstep So we we had come all the way back to band at one fifty and being the first operational pilot. That's the how we came about my bandit number
Sashi Brown, Sashi And Browns discussed on Around the NFL
"Brown you remember him. The former her rounds executive vice president who during his brief tenure there <hes> tore down the franchise built up draft picks they went one in twenty seven passed on Wednesday <unk> Shawn Watson Watson but then after he was canned all those picks lead to things like myles Garrett Baker Mayfield Denzel Ward and now the browns are on the up well. He got a job wondering we're just talking about where Sashi he's working with the wizards organization in the N._B._A.. <hes> they have some type of new program called monumental basketball new newly formed collective <hes> between the wizards and mystics or the W._n._B._A.. Version of Washington's franchise anyway and also the capital city Gogo with the G. League into that I missed that anyway so brand will be <hes> the chief planning operations officer so if you're wondering if Sashi would land on his feet he will and depending mark mark on how the browns due this year and in the coming years history will look back on him as a hero. I think that most browns fans already would look back on Sashi Brown and say a lot of pain that went along with his plan but it was successful and to go to another sport doesn't concern me at all because it's not like football or front of analytics well. That's Paulie DEEPA DESTA WHO still with Brown quietly behind behind the scenes. If SASHI TURNS The Washington Wizards around around they might be as smart as all of the Evans Silva Acolytes and all that and thank you hey. He took myles Garrett so he gets credit for it so he had jared okay good.
Wizards promote Tommy Sheppard to general manager, add former NFL exec Sashi Brown to front office
"The Washington wizards announcing some changes for their front office today including the official hiring of Tommy Shepard as their new general manager I think the biggest thing we want to create here's a hard working environment hi character players and established continuity move for wizards also named former Cleveland Browns executive vice president Sashi brown as chief planning an operations officer for monumental basketball the group that includes the wizards W. NBA mistakes in the G. leaks capital city club also former Georgetown head coach John Thompson the third will be in charge of the newly formed athlete development and engagement
"operations officer" Discussed on The Sale Ring
"We're back in the studio with Mr. Doug Adams, chief operations officer for United country real estate. And we you bearing with headed creek conversation about home warranties. But here's where I want to take it in the back half of this show. You have a lot more fun than home warranties. You're not note as Mr. home warranty, your known as mister international, the people, I talked to. So you're in charge of international sales for the company and I'm just looking at a list, right here. I mean, you got off is's in Mexico in the resort communities of Mexico, Costa Rica, Panama Honduras. I mean you're all over the border down there may go. Amigo is about, as far as my Spanish goes to is I'm said to, to admit, but, yes, some fun markets and fun, people, some great food. Some, some great time, some great memories, traveling down there. And you know, it's an interesting environment because as they say, it's the same, but it's different. You know, it's still real estate. You still have a transaction. You still have all the things -iety of selling and buying a big financial commitment, both ways, but it's done a different way, you know, the entitlement processes a little different the closing process is a little bit different. The funding financing that are involved or a little bit different. So we take a really great program that United countries been working on and evolving over the last ninety years and some great management. Some great teams involved from the marketing in technology and consulting services and things of that nature are really really working quite well right now with the company and we looked at some of these international markets seem like. Natural fits natural extensions for that lifestyle buyer as we like to say, one of our tagline is find your freedom. And so for some people your freedom is moving out of the country in, in finding a different quality of life, and maybe a better standard of life, because your dollar Bill goes a little bit further in a different market, or whatever your demand, or need or dream may be. So find your freedom tag on goes a long ways. And we really adopted that, as we expanded into the international markets, as you said, Costa Rica, Panama, Mexico in Honduras, or kind of our key Central American locations right now, some great, people, very trustworthy, people. That's probably the biggest thing we look for when we have a partner down there, are they trustworthy, not to dig on any of our foreign partners. We love working there. We love playing there. But we also wanna make sure that we engage from a business level with a trustworthy partner. So if anybody's listening, this podcast and says, yeah, love to check out some property in Panama. This country thing might be the way to go. I can assure you, you're going to be in good hands with our people down there, just how you know how this works. Everybody listening to this podcast would like to go to Costa Rica and checkout property. And of course, it will all be business. Of course, I would expect nothing less all expenses paid. Sure absolutely Alta, keel included, exactly what I remember so Duggan, I've known each other for quite a while. Duggan. I travelled south of the border together. I remember trip we gotta talk about our trip to, to cause male and Playa to Carmen. We had a few experiences there. Didn't we with our good buddy John Paul? It's okay to mention him on here. He'll get tickled to death at this story. He loves it. He's still one of our partners. And he's got some, some great businessmen that he's aligned with down there. Louise, and his father Louise, as well as young Paul and we're thrilled to have them as part of the team, a lot of fun. And I know where you're going with the story for those that are interested in a couple of Ringo's wondering south of the border. We had a pretty good time. We got a lot of good work done to we work with one of the largest developers that's actually Mexican government sponsored entity called on a tour, and it's great business with them and look forward to doing more with him but we also had a little fun along the way, we had a little fun. We had a little excitement. I'll never forget looking at that property. We end up back at the, the, the port of entry the tunnel where the ferry taxi shows up there, 'cause mail to pickups come flying on the street full of mask, armed fully-armed automatic weapon guys turns out, it's the police, but you wouldn't have identified them as the police when they first pulled up and. The only thing I ever remember. John Paulson is just standstill do anything. Whatever you do, don't do anything. He said, we're fine. But somebody's not at first, I looked at John and said, would you do? Took something from the store now. So they, they came right up fully armed jumped out of the back of the pickup, they go into the, the tonal right there on where you get on the ferry and bold individual out of the bathroom. Fully handcuffed a little roughed up the and threw him in the back to pick up and they took off, and I will tell you that that was about between five to ten minutes of a horrific terrifying event, not knowing what's going on? I felt like the only person in Mexico that did not speak English Doug Doug included in that. But we, we did exactly we were supposed to be state still. We were good little boys and didn't get ourselves in any further trouble. But don't maintain I contact with anybody, it was nice to see that. You know, for any any perception that may be of Mexico, safer. Unsafe environment. The federalize are the good guys, and they took care of business at the and I was actually more reassured about our investment in our relationships down there, and people that are buying and selling in Mexico. Certainly like anywhere in America or Canada, or Europe or wherever you may be traveling. You can get yourself in trouble if you get in the wrong crowds, for sure, but, you know, Mexico, such a great country. There's such great people. They're such great food. And you know the the lifestyle there is just fantastic. And so we're, we're thrilled to, to have partners down there. Get to travel and eat some, some big blue out lobsters. And, and maybe a survey search along the way, but then get some good work done. So we're, we're thrilled to have partnerships, down there, Doug, those lobsters, whereas large as pot roast they were huge. I've never seen lobsters that large and then includes up in the northeast, you know, main, the big red lobsters coming in, and we've had some delicious meals on the road. But there's something I don't know if those are raised next to a nuclear facility. Eighty or what's going on down there? But those lobsters are huge when they brought him out and we'll bureau, I knew we were going to have a full plate that night. So we enjoyed we enjoyed every morsel that I've worked on several projects with you. You know, Costa Rica's another place that we've travelled to, and we've had a lot of fun. And so let me ask you this Mexico, Costa Rica, Panama Honduras, you guys are looking at Canada. Now, I understand that's on your radar for what some of the complexities with a US based organization franchising outside of the US wonder, some of the challenges that you that you run across. It's a great question dislike every state's a little different every country's a little different and some are very franchising friendly. Some have very relaxed laws on franchising, and you just go through more of a licensing process, and you do franchising process. So it kind of depends from country to country and you'd mentioned Canada, that is a high priority for us this year and then going into next year as well. We. See that as a natural fit and not natural extension of the US again, as I've already mentioned in many people listening already know, your country is the lifestyle leader in real estate and lifestyles, a big word. It could be a farm or ranch or cabin on a lake or bed and breakfast or a little teak, you know, business or whatever the case may be so anything outside that city that people have that ideal lifestyle dream of moving to. And so, when you think about Canada, there's thirty million people in the whole whole country, there, for the most part along the US border, and they're in lifestyle communities, you know, they're in mountain communities or fishing communities or just small towns across Canada. And so when we look at our model and the people that looked to move say out of Toronto into a smaller market, just using some Canadian references, it's no different than somebody moving outside of Chicago to try to find a small town in Illinois, or maybe they wanna get out of Denver, Colorado and get up to the mountains in Colorado or whatever, same thing in Canada. So we, we've built a really dynamic SIS. Adam, it's always volving. It's always a Doppler technology. It's adopted to buyer behavior habits and how the consumer looks property today. And so when we look at the way that real estate is transacted in Canada. It's very, very similar to America. And it's very franchise, friendly country and Canada. And so, when we started researching kind of the trajectory of where we feel like the market is going and interest rates stability of their banking processes in loaning loan processes. It just makes sense. And so we're very excited about entering Canada. We don't have our first partner appointed but we do have some really good conversations with people up there right now. And they're very interested in differentiation that United country has in, in the real estate business. So we're we're looking forward to to getting north of the border as well south of the border. So where you're going to be able to master the language barrier in Canada, can you speak, Canadian, my friend? Hey close enough. Okay. You know, as many words in Canadian as you as you doing Spanish, I'm sure if you're Canadian right now and you're listen to this, you know, we do have an language, that everybody understands you throw eight at the end of everything. But what they do, but they do. So take that. No kidding. Yeah. I know amigo going south and going north. So I think I'm well-qualified awesome..
Commemorating the Trent Sighting
"The we commemorate the Trent, citing, I don't know if anybody knows why they haven't been Bill presentation. But it's one of the more famous, you'll VO sightings Trent farm, of course, and the citing over Dundee it actually happened Dundee, but they always have the celebration here, mcminnville, which is just a hop. Skip a jump away from Dundee and for the first fifteen years, here, we have rod cast live, and we interviewed many well known researchers at every year, we are always hopeful that there would be some sort of acknowledgment of the evidence that exists, which indicates that there is a major concern about UFO's, what they are, and what their agenda is, and, you know, fifty years of will it happen. Will it happen? Will it happen? Will it happen every year we'd say, oh, it's going to happen soon. It's going to happen soon. Here. We are now five years after that fifteen year struggle of saying is going to happen is going to happen. And yes, it's happening. I don't know if you know that but it's happening. Okay. And. What I mean by that is it's no longer some use laughable. Okay. We, we are here to different time. And you know what was once going on some fifteen years ago, the questions, there's still questions but very little questions. Now I mean twenty nineteen we are all learning the military, scientists religious figures, and some members of government are confirming that we're not alone. That something extraordinary nature is happening in the skies in places all over the world. We hear that all the time. We've been hearing in New York Times, of course to the story in twenty seventeen we've had the navy say, hey, by the way, we're going to not stigmatize you sightings, because of what happened with the, the tip report where they were talking about the tic TAC you. Oh, I mean, never reports from the Pentagon stating that have been analyzing you reports for threat assessment, and they've investigate what are called incursions where. And our motto view of os, look like tic TACs were following a navy strikeforce so witnesses for this included. Highly trained, military personnel among several that are deeply experienced radar operators and fighter pilots, who at the time of the sightings, were at the controls of arguably the most advanced flight technology, that's ever been created. We ever known types yet. None of these men, none of these that we have that here here to protect us. He's been no or knew what they were up against they didn't know what they saw. They just know that was there. Okay. So we go back to November fourteenth. Fourteenth of two thousand four and the location was Pacific Ocean about one hundred miles southwest of San Diego, the USS Nimitz carrier strike group, which included the nuclear power carrier in the missile cruiser. USS princeton. We're conducting a series of drills prior to deployment, in the Persian Gulf at about two pm to FA eighteen to F eighteens super hornet fighter jets, from the Nimitz they received unusual order from an operations officer about the Princeton already airborne. The pilots were told to stop their training, maneuvers and proceed to coordinates for a real world tasks. They called it real world got real world more. Honestly the officers asked, if they were carrying weapons they replied. No, they're not carrying white row carrying weapons. And so the Princeton. Had this highly advanced radar those picking up mysterious objects for several days. And so they are watching these many of these craft following the Nimitz and the right hours, picking up a lot of what we had was in our motto of UFO's chasing. One of our military are chasing our military strike forces, according to Kevin day who's Princeton senior radar operator the time, he said his screen showed. Well, over one hundred ABC now what ABC's are anomalous aerial vehicles? They also call them AP's unidentified aerial phenomena. And these are the words they use these are the nomenclatures, they use because they don't want people to say you Afo why. Because of course now you Afo gets maligned, people who see you oppose tin foil, hat, wearing weirdos, they don't want anything to do with in full, high wearing weirdos see that's the problem. Okay. The problem is, is no matter how you sanitize this. And they also used another two. It was an incursion, no matter how you sanitizers with different words. Nobody understands. It's still a UFO invasion. I mean that's what it was. It was a UFO invasion. They don't want to say that say, well, it's an av incursion. Assist an essence navy speaker UFO invasion. So they had a number of UFO's that were seen number eighties. And Kevin day said that his screen showed over one hundred eighty at, of course of a week. So they'd been followed by one hundred strange craft so Cording today, the ABC appeared at, at about an ounce you'd greater than eighty thousand feet far higher than commercial military jets typically fly. And initially the Princeton's radar team didn't believe what they were seeing chocking the anomalous to equipment malfunction. But after the determine that everything was operating as it should begin detecting instances in which the ABC dropped with a standing speed lower busier airspace. Day, approached the prince's commander about taking action to fighters were diverted to intercept one of the strange objects when they first arrived on the scene the pilot Steven se- the flying objects. But then they did observe what the lead pilot commander, David Fraser later referred to as a disturbance in the ocean. They're saying the water churning, and that's what is churning. The water, then all of a sudden he's thinks are showing up now, I don't know if they're coming out of the water or all the force was causing the water to shift, but they were seeing this churning stuff going on. It's coming down from eighty thousand feet going faster than they are. They got some of the most advanced equipment ever. And it'd be wilder by what they're seeing here. So freight said he saw this disturbance, the water was churning. And he said that it could see white breakers white waves breaking over what looked like a large object, just under the surface of the water. And then they noticed one of the objects flying about fifty feet above the water and Fraser, the commander of the elite black aces, squadron was the top gun program, graduate more than fifteen or sixteen years of flying experience. He described this tic TAC. Excuse me. He described his tic TAC as about forty feet long as like you said, it looked like tic TAC candy and he said, it didn't look like it had any means of propulsion were no wings. It was nothing coming out of it only churning of the water. And so this is really bizarre. I mean, no rotors the wings, nothing. And so they thought, hey, we got a bonafide UFO, and of course, thinking that there is a group of them that were stocking the Nimitz and the Princeton that's pretty scary. And I like I'm saying, you know, it's like, av incursion sounds better than a UFO invasion. But that's what they were experienced was UFO, invasion and have been many times. We talked about this with Peter Davenport. There have been situations where like example, the Phoenix lights, where Phoenix lights happen. We went to Defcon three and they said these flying triangles, or see over Phoenix, but then the ghost satellites went out, and they were saying, wait a minute. We were tracking. A number of these flying triangles coming up the coast going towards Alaska. Nobody does this and President Clinton, of course, was golfing at the time and immediately whisked him away, and he hurt his knee. So, you
"operations officer" Discussed on KGO 810
"Snowstorm government shutdown day twenty two I'm Martin fifty million Americans during the eye of a powerful snowstorm making his way from Missouri to the mid Atlantic states, national weather service operations officer, Jim zagging in Saint Louis says more than half a foot is full. And it's not over yet. It started snowing here about noon yesterday, and we don't really expect it to stop snowing until maybe on Sunday morning. So you're talking forty eight hours of continuous light to moderate snow at twenty two days, the partial government shutdown overly presidents funding demands for a wall at the US Mexico border continues. It is now the longest in history. Correspondent Sunlen funny explains. Why the feeling on Capitol Hill is the president will eventually declared the issue a national emergency is still a total stalemate up here on Capitol Hill. And there are certainly no deal at this point on the horizon. This is essentially what Senator Lindsey Graham, the Republican Senator is now starting to argue he met with President Trump over at the White House today, and he left that meeting again, and this found position saying that President Trump needs to declare national emergency and go ahead and make the moves to build his wall. The US military's has. It has started. Pulling put not troop cetacea. Syria reporting from northern Syria. Correspondent Clarisa ward says it's a first step toward meeting. The president's demand for a complete military withdrawal. The US military things are actually going to have to bring in US troops in order to help the silicate the move out of here. So this is going to take quite some time unclear as to when they will start moving US troops out. But probably we won't know exactly when that does begin for very real security concerns on Wall Street on Friday the down day. The Dow down six points down.
Triple Crown winner Justify retires from racing
"AS that story in one minute first traffic and weather Busy out there this afternoon police are still trying to clear up an, accident there was some injuries. Minor lane and Preston highway they've. Been there for quite a while. They're just getting ready. To clear that up also Dixie in Johnstown road an accident another. One eastern Parkway Norris in Bardstown road, and Murray, up in the highlands. Six four eastbound or. Emphasis seventy one northbound watch for stalled vehicle they're wrapping up an earlier injury. Accident Snyder expressway eastbound just four Beulah church road are an extra forty and ten minutes Bobby Ellis NewsRadio eight forty WFAN I'm, wwl Kyi meteorologists Tiffany Savona. Here there Wednesday afternoon forecast the. Sun and clouds today is high. Temperatures climb into the, mid to upper eighties we'll say a few passing clouds overnight temperatures. Dropped seventy degrees by Thursday morning Thursday afternoon partly cloudy and very warm with highs around ninety degrees a week cold front will move. In Thursday night early Friday slight chance for an isolated shower or storm edged Wwl Kia. Weather forecast I'm meteorologist about eighty eight, at NewsRadio, eight forty w. h. a. s. our top story Triple crown winner justify will no longer race due to an ankle injury justifiable retire undefeated in his career after becoming the first. Horse since Apollo in eighteen eighty two to win the Kentucky Derby after not racing as a two year old the horse is the thirteenth triple crown winner in the. First to, do it undefeated since Seattle slew in nineteen Seventy-nine. Justify will return to Winstar farm in for sales in August there's a huge. Opioid summit underway today in Indianapolis the event is part of the state judicial. Branches effort. To, address the crisis the summit will focus on the science of addiction. Along, with treatments for substance use disorders meantime a new grant is helping Kentucky state police fight the opioid epidemic. Jill Lisa Chapman reports every. Ks p. sworn officer or, receive a kit that will protect them from dangerous drugs sergeant Joshua Lawson with Kentucky. State police says the thin no kits, were purchased with twenty, five thousand, dollars in grandsons from. Passport health plan they include tie back. Suits respirator mask then no protective gloves safety glasses Any portable gear back officials say the synthetic opioid drug. Has the potential to be deadly just, by coming in contact, with it Delina Chapman. NewsRadio eight forty, w. h., s a second summit between President Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin won't happen until early next year national security. Adviser John Bolton put out a statement saying a second summit quote should not take place until after the Russia which is over it's not known. When special counsel Robert Muller, will complete the Russia probe President Trump hosted EU president JEAN. CLAUDE Juncker at the White House today the. Talks were on trade but the questions at the photo op were. About something else ABC's Karen Travers reports from the White House President, Trump did not take any, questions in the, Oval Office today ahead of his meeting with the. President of the European Commission reporters shouted questions about Michael Cohen asking the president if, his former personal attorney and fixer betrayed him and if he was worried about what Cohen was going to. Say to with authorities the. President was also asked. Why Russian, President Vladimir Putin has not accepted his invitation to meet in, Washington Mr., Trump said. Several times thank you very, much his signal he does not want to engage with the press Karen Travers ABC news the white House Jay CPS prepares for the school year by hiring more. Bus drivers and monitors the addition of the. Drivers and monitors, was announced, during yesterday's board of education meeting the district's chief operations officer Mike razor says the district has hired a surplus. Of about thirty to forty bus drivers we're not out of the woods but the positive steps that have been taken by the administration and by. Our board to raise bus, driver paid to incentivize attendance that's really starting to work and. The the yeoman's work that's been done by. Our transportation department to recruit quality bus drivers we are in a. Really good position for the first day of school GPS classes resume, August fifteenth the latest US, space telescope was, supposed to be an orbit fourteen years ago it's. Now billions of dollars over budget and still stuck on earth congress wants to know, why how science committee chairman Lamar Smith says the new James Webb telescope is now more than eight billion. Dollars over budget it is. Truly staggering newly confirmed. NASA administrator, Jim Breitenstein says the space agency is embarrassed by so many, human errors, and delays But he insists the telescope is unique we're going to change how we understand.
"operations officer" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Right as we continue, final moments Gregg Jarrett is, with us Todd would former special operations, helicopter pilot and, and Scott you lingers with us retired CIA, operations officer, Russian Intel. Operations expert what do you think's going on in the Kremlin today based on? The media just trying to always pound on the president with this collusion collusion. Collusion narrative how do they interpret? That, Scott I think the Russians may in the short term be sorta gleeful about the, mainstream media checking Trumpy always seek to have dischord in the United States, today that industry term they, may have a couple of, laps at at America's expense but bottom, line is regardless, of of some of the statements made or, policy against, Russia is. Much stronger than it was under you know under the Obama administration and they? Are going to have to deal with that you can actually body language yesterday. When president from Saudi talking about He seemed, to be definitely uncomfortable because President Trump's philosophy what he was saying was basically, me the best man win our energy competition and it was clear Natural gas prices are going down in Europe and that, hits Putin right in the pocket book and reduces the amount of money yes, to make mischief abroad No there's no doubt about it I mean if Angela Merkel takes her billions of. Dollars and, went, to, the United States and partnered with us that's the end of the Russian economy and that would be that would be my biggest. Concern, last word Todd wood One thing that happened today which may be the first fruits so. To piggyback, on what Scott said the first. Fruits from, the summit is that Russia agreed in talks with Europe and Ukraine to extend. Or renegotiate Ukrainian gas issue which is an. Arcane issue somewhat but really what it means. Is continued revenue into Kiev and Ukraine so yes they are worried about the pipelines Merkel's said we have to take care of Ukraine before we build Nord Nord Stream two and so this may be the first concession. It hasn't gotten a lot of press about the other thing, I want to bring up is that you know. Talking about interfering in elections in, Scotney notice because he spent so much time in Moscow is that we interfering in Putin's. Election, in two, thousand twelve we put a. Hundred thousand, Russians in the streets with sources help to try and bring him bring him down so he has, a long memory and I think this. Is all about that when it comes to Hillary might. Be true, Greg Glasswork As the other stories today, is that we're getting more information that Lisa page. Has told congress with the anti-trump, tax with Peter Struck me exactly what they say despite his stats Domoni that they meant, something, else All that under, oath this yes he could be a huge revelation that breaks wide open the Russia. Hoax and how. Clinton was cleared in a scheme and at the same time the. Same people were trying. To frame Donald Trump and that's the book that does out next. Week and. That is. The. Russia hoax the Russian hoax the elicits gave no clear Hillary. Clinton, framed Donald Trump out Monday you don't. Wanna miss you can get you early copy on Amazon and Hannity dot com all right thank you, all we'll take a quick break news roundup information overload Louie Gohmert oh and a Hannity shootout with Austin goolsbee maybe he supported the one hundred and fifty billion dollars in cash and other currencies given to Iran we'll continue.
"operations officer" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"As we continue with daniel hoffman fox news contributor former cia operations officer shack hill former us air force combat pilot republican candidate for virginia's ten congressional district that primary june twelve by the way when we are in sync when these singapore's summit is actually happening and dr sebastian gorka is with us all right let me let me ask you shack hill i mean i look at these republicans look at your background and i'm always impressed with the military i mean i love military guys i don't like the position that i'm in but i have to because there's been such corruption and abuse of power you know within the intelligence community the doj the fbi but it's only the upper echelon it's not rank and file people thank god and i am one of the reasons we'll get to the truth is because a rank and file but i look at you know like the republican party with so many people run for office make these great promises and then when the moment comes and they can make change they don't do it why i think what ends up happening is people start thinking more about individual power in the opportunity to be somebody but you have to look at somebody's life to see who they've been their entire life and when i raised my hand and i promise to protect and defend the constitution of the united states i did that for you and my children and for dr gorka and others i mean i didn't do it for myself and you have to see that somebody has a service oriented heart my wife is a very healthy cancer survivor sean.
"operations officer" Discussed on 710 WOR
"As we continue with daniel hoffman fox news contributor former cia operations officer shack hill former us air force combat pilot and republican candidate for virginia's tenth congressional district that primary june twelfth by the way when we are in sync when these singapore's summit is actually happening and dr sebastian gorka is with us do it why know i think what ends up happening is people start thinking more about individual power in the opportunity to be somebody but you have to look at somebody's life to see who they had been their entire life and when i raised my hand and i promise to protect and defend the constitution of the united states i did that for you and my children and for dr gorka and others i mean i didn't do it for myself and you have to see that somebody has a service oriented heart my wife is a very healthy cancer survivor sean.
As Zuckerberg heads to Brussels, British lawmakers ask for answers
"Com no gimmick radio i'm lilian woo the first woman to head the cia just sworn in gina hospital saying she's honored has been nearly fifty years since an operations officer rose up through the ranks to become the director and after the experience of the last two months i think i know why that is under fire by critics for her role in the bush administration's detention and interrogation of terrorists after nine eleven she's told lawmakers under her leadership the cia will not restart such a program the north carolina man who killed his daughter and daughterinlaw as they sat in a restaurant said to be suffering severe mental illness according to his pastor in bessemer city say sixty year old roger sell intentionally rammed his vehicle into the surf and turf lodge sunday into a busy launch crowd south with immediately arrested i'm bruce vale with your money now facebook chief executive mark zuckerberg has agreed to have his meeting tomorrow with the leaders of the european parliament about data privacy be broadcast publicly through web streaming the meeting with political leaders and the justice and civil rights expert was long expected to be private but many in the european parliament had been calling for an on air grilling for zuckerberg to explain his company's role in a scandal over the misuse of customer data a technical team from boeing is joining us and mexican aviation efforts experts in the investigation of the crash of a boeing seven thirty seven charter flight outside of havana amid allegations that the mexican company that owned the plane had previously been warned about safety violations stocks are surging today with the dow jones industrial average ahead three hundred thirteen points the nasdaq composite that is up forty five points the sp five hundred up twenty one that's your money now lumber liquidators is celebrating.
"operations officer" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Lastly allow me just a moment to talk about the future of this agency a little over a year ago secretary pompeo i spoke to me about becoming the deputy director at that time he said cia is the world's preeminent intelligence service and i want to make sure we position it to stay that way mike was right we are the best and our challenges to always be the best we cannot rest on our laurels we must learn from the past but we cannot dwell in the past we must constantly learn adjust improve and strive to be better we demanded of ourselves in america deserves nothing less that includes boosting our foreign language proficiency strengthening our partnerships overseas and here at home and deploying more of our officers to the foreign field we are a foreign intelligence service and our workforce and our priorities need to reflect that we also need greater focus and effort on the strategic threats our nation faces as well as the persistent threat from global terrorism as always the key to our success against these challenges will be empowering the incredible talent that resides within the men and women who serve here are a national treasure from the operations officers who collect our intelligence to the analysts who can textual lies in evaluate it for senior policymakers to support officers who enable every aspect of our mission to the scientists engineers and cyber specialists to give us a decisive edge over our adversaries the only way to confront these threats is to forge ahead with determination and with the same expeditionary spirit that has defined our agency since its founding more than seventy years ago i am profoundly honored to lead you in that fight and to work alongside each one of you as we advance our vital mission so mr president thank you again for giving me the opportunity to serve to represent the men and women of cia and to carry out the critical work of helping protect our country our people and our way of life thank you very much donald trump saying that gene hospital he predicts will thrive a cia director look i'm not an expert in intelligence matters but i like the way.
Quinn, Rob and South Africa discussed on Today
"Their playoff party go down into the championship super league wins for huddersfield catalan dragons and holiday see as rugby league's magic weekend came to an end newcastle but suggestions now from the rfl's chief operations officer ralph rimmer that the event might be taken abroad maybe even to new york we have lots of office to host much it's important that we use it in the right way we protect jessica in forward and that means that when you do movie if you do have to make sure that joins the dots what you're trying to achieve strategically and in rugby union defense coach augusta is expected to be named as the new head of rugby at harlequins today his rugby reported chris jones volka starts imminence appointment represents a coup for harlequins it's far from ideal for england with a tortoise south africa next month and a rugby world cup edging closer next year questions will therefore be asked about the harmony in the england camp if gus is jumping ship at this stage whether it's believed he is leaving with head coach eddie jones is blessing while guscott is set to go in the upcoming tour the rfu needs to urge me find his replacement the whales assistant shaun edwards who gus thought beat the quinn's job would be a big hitting option but the welsh rugby union would be reluctance let's go to rival country rafael nadal has won his eighth italian open title and returned to the top of tennessee's world rankings beating alexander in a threeset final relationships for today first of them from the meeting at carlisle three forty five number three penn sacks boy and from the meeting at toaster in the three fifty five we're going for number seven mercer's court thank you rob later today we've z ready for goes looking frances did you do anything that you'll parents disapproved.
"operations officer" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"I'm news eight meteorologists calling coil for tonight temperatures fall back into the seventies it'll be warm and mild overnight and we could have a few isolated thunderstorms rolling through north texas but most of us stay dry and then for your thursday mostly sunny skies with highs back into the nineties ninety two degrees thursday afternoon and it only goes up from there friday we can be nearing record high temperatures in the upper nineties partly sunny skies the weekend right now looks warm and humid but dry saturday and sunday right now it's seventy nine degrees at dfw airport the news is brought to you by off co office furniture the senate intelligence committee has voted to recommend the full senate confirmation of gina hospital is the new director of the cia senator john cornyn says he feels has is the most qualified nominee for the position in our nation's history he's an operations officer was distinguished from analyst and that means she ran cases assets as a intelligence officer and a lot of undisclosed locations around the around the world has been with the agency for more than three decades a north texas oranje organization is identifying the top performing schools in the region for thirteen years children at risk has ranked public schools in texas andy canales is one of the researchers and says the results are based on certain criteria a percentage of students that are reading and doing math on grade level achievement and poverty student growth and then last the college readiness of more than two hundred north texas schools frisco isd had the most highly rated schools the top ranked school overall was dallas isd school of science and engineering clayton neville wbz news again the low tonight is seventy.
"operations officer" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show
"Very very best quality democrat lunatic so he's questioning come she's questioning jazz and she's asking her whether it's moral to torture somebody and you know she's gina has polls going kind of dancing around the question and finally i'm sorry i want to go food with jack reed one i'm sorry kamala harris everything i said about kamala harris is true but i want to go with jack reed one he asks the question will would it be moral if they did it to a cia age which is such a stupid question and here it is even operations officer who's catherine he's being waterboarded i've asteroid simply which you determined that to be immoral and something that should never be done condoned in any way shape or form irresponsive to be that civilized stations don't do it but uncivilized nations stood on civilized groups do it the united states says it civilized alternation a civilized nation was doing it until it was outlawed by this congress senator i would never obviously support inhumane treatment of any c cia a officers we've lost cia officers over the years to terrorist i just gave an example hollered shake mohammed personally killed a wall street journal correspondent and film that i don't think there's any comparison between cia officers serving their country hearing to us law and terrorists who by their very definition are not following anybody's law you have to explain this to a democrat you have to explain it to them you know you just have to explain that there's no comparison is same thing with israel you know the other myth that they talk about they say why why did donald trump move the embassy to jerusalem without getting any concessions from israel and i agree you know what concessions from israel should get the concession that they live by the rule of law await they do that you should get that they give women full rights await they do that he should get the concession that they give all religions full rights.
CIA Director Nominee Gina Haspel Faces Lawmakers At Senate Confirmation Hearing
"So if the cia has a high value terrorism suspect in custody and the president gave you a direct order to waterboard that suspect what would you do senator but we have today in the us government other us government entities that conduct interogations dod uses the army field manual and they conduct battlefield interrogation and cia has incredible expertise it can bring to the table in support of those interrogation the fbi has its authority is to conduct interogations and as you know we have the high value interrogation group so i i would be advise anyone who asks me about it that cia is not the right place to conduct interrogations we don't have interrogators and we don't have interrogation expertise so i believe that that would be the reason i have been nominated is that people have some respect for my views on these issues my experiences during those days after nine eleven inform my views i'm extremely knowledgeable and i'm also extremely knowledgeable about the price cia working level men and women out in the trenches paid for decisions made after nine eleven a portion of the open session before the senate intelligence committee and gina has pulled the presence nominee to serve as the cia director news today that west virginia senator joe manchin issuing a statement announcing his support for gina hospital that makes him the first democrat to come out in support of the nomination he said quote over her thirty three year career as operations officer gina hospital has worked in some of the most dangerous corners of our world and i have the utmost respect for the sacrifices she has made for our country despite his support though the nominee facing some tough questions from a number of democrats is california senator kamala harris one question i have not heard you answer is do you believe that the previous interrogation techniques were immoral senator i believe that cia officers to whom you referred it's a yes or no answer.
Florida bridge collapse: Victim's family demands explanation
"Townhall dot com ause congress had working in a massive flooding bill this week called an omnibus it's called an omnibus because it combines funding from several different government agencies and departments into one big spending bill senate majority leader mitch mcconnell says first and foremost the bill funds defense it will provide our armed forces with stable funding they need to meet emerging challenges but that's not all they will also strengthen our fight against the scourge of opioid addiction an issue the president has already declared a public health emergency after the house axum omnibus the senate will take it up with aim toward meeting a friday night deadline to continue government funding linda kenyon washington tornado davidge buildings and down trees in a northern alabama county jeff smith bend the alabama emergency management executive operations officer says monday storms are just the start of the tornado season march is the first month is expect expect more to come for this season this is just the beginning and it is the the first wants everyone needs to really focus on this one and and develop your plan and implement it plaintiff's attorney matt morgan says they are gathering information in support of a lawsuit on behalf of a victim the desperate bridge collapse at florida international university if there's a crack in the bridge and if there's post tensioning work going on why is the motoring public still able to travel underneath the bridge and that's a fundamental question that needs to be answered in this case the bridge collapsed onto the busy six lane highway crushing cars and killing at least six people and a tragedy now under federal investigation authorities say the brother of the teen charged with killing seventeen people at a florida school has been arrested for trespassing at the same school eighteen year old zachary cruise was arrested monday afternoon at marjory.
Mississippi governor signs bill imposing nation's toughest abortion ban
"In downed trees in northern alabama county the limestone county sheriff's office posted photos on twitter of houses without roofs and destroyed garages in ardmore alabama on monday evening the office also tweeted that down trees and power lines were blocking roads in the county along the tennessee border jim smitherman the alabama emergency management executive operations officer says monday storms are just the start of the tornado sees march is the first month is so expect expect more to come for this season this is just the beginning and it is the the first wants everyone needs to really focus on this one and and and develop your plan and implemented the university of alabama suspended normal operations monday evening because of the severe weather threat president trump is adding a new lawyer to his legal team and the russia investigation one week after denying new york times story that he was expanding his legal team the president has tapped former us attorney joe digenova to join the team later this week the geneva has been an outspoken trump defender he has publicly discussed what he believes is a brazen plot to exonerate hillary clinton in the email investigation and to frame president trump with a falsely created crime right clugston the white house mississippi's governor has signed the nation's tightest abortion restrictions into law republican governor phil bryant signed house bill fifteen ten on monday afternoon it becomes law immediately and bans most abortions after fifteen weeks gestation brian has frequently said he wants mississippi to be the safest place in america for an unborn child unquote the state's only abortion provider filed a lawsuit an hour after governor bryant signed the bill on wall street a rough day the.
"operations officer" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"Police now confirming seventeen people including students and adults were killed multiple others are injured crews of former student is now in custody he had been expelled from student from school another top administrator at scottsdale schools will be leaving chief operations officer luis hartwell will resign at the end of the budget year now you may recall and chief financial officer laura smith just resigned amid two investigations that outlined conflicts of interest and parents and community members just yesterday called on the board to fire the superintendent denise spurred well we'll lawmakers at the state capitol want to crack down on h o aids and they're traffic find a new proposal has been introduced in the legislature that would limit what some see as eight joey vigilantes use of radar guns in fines to control drivers in their neighborhoods republican representative kelly towns and introduced legislation that would regulate the issue radar guns would have to be calibrated by a license facility and operators would need ten hours of training atrial ways also wouldn't be able to issue a fine until someone was 10 miles an hour above the post of limit townsend believes the bill has a good shot at becoming law brag paul 550 k fyi news in greg they always have a weird limit like seventeen miles an hour something we you know after facing some backlash the department of corrections here in arizona will now allow female prisoners to receive 36 menstrual pads that by the way is three times as many as they were getting however they still have.
"operations officer" Discussed on WLOB
"News talk wlob portland new fm point five he'll be as in now former cia special operations officer and founder of diligence l l c mike baker mike beta mike when you founded diligence did you have to get any ah you can't have like investors right like you couldn't take your business on shark tank could you a good but there's a there's an is your discretion usually our our clients prefer is not uh not to broadcast what it is that we were doing on their behalf rights erzen element of discretion uh i will say i've been approached by numerous gradually companies in television asking if i'd like to do a reality show about the company and i 20 data out about the whole discretion we like to great off the radar screen big makes it yeah but we'll just put the cameras in your office it'll be great now they well there is this discretion big yeah they want us about those cameras well mike i was glad i wanted to open up with a little lightness because i'm i'm rejoicing in the fact that we had a failed terrorist plot today um yes and it's always good news the i mean it's terrible news when an attack happens and it's always terrible to see the vulnerability to we have here in new york but it's good that no one was it looks like no one was seriously injured except the jerk who carried out this attack so what i know is the bangladeshi emigrant isis inspired but i don't think isis has taken credit as of yet on my correct that's correct but you know you could make book on.
"operations officer" Discussed on KKAT
"The savage nation we know the democrats created dirty stuff about trump that was alive i said if you when it came out i said on the face of a trump with thing like this of course it was created as a smear tactic what else is near the democrats are the communists of our time this is what they do and what are the consequence is going to be a rash hillary clinton's going to break out of the headache flushing abnormal vision michael savage one before on eight sixty kk at radio with a pools jon rahm all of the gut raised four or largely two my fifty years of the covert operations officer for the cia russia's own outvoted called dolgin zonal senate joins us now good morning mr breaker good morning how are you you do a good thanks very much here we are going to be going well all these but a mature neighbors silting seal team six yeah accused of bumper all or green beret awarded an all out loud uh no more than anybody out quite right but going and and israel pro figure out what to look very good very well it it proud walker hear them quickly that you're at the very frequently and they tend to be very parents at the end of the day or something like this we're going to get results very quickly showed none of your conduct what is new about those not that i would counter who walks there i'm out now now now now yeah uh nothing that route her republican bob corker why quick but i will say again and i'm happy about the military are in preparation very well well you this morning what's that where are you this morning i'm out of the compound in idaho you're on on foreign near one from sports illustrated if you are at a brand new apple founder go out and get this year does i saw the annoying think about the who muller's gonna indict yeah uh one unknown ought not yeah do you know to know anything about this i know you do i wish you were here's will be good waterboarded two dollars well what i what talk because we all know waterboarding felt port well i think you're up with muller with the investigation what i decided is that you can't hurt here's there's no way look look at this thing uh.