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"clarence kelly" Discussed on Gangland Wire

Gangland Wire

08:34 min | 3 months ago

"clarence kelly" Discussed on Gangland Wire

"School. The old time restaurants and they're still either have to on inactive crystal. They're speaking of that. You know of told you four nine talk to Franken. Got A couple of other friends up there that Of Gotten to know it. I want to go up there on motorcycle trip and and meet you guys and and maybe get together and do some kind of thing at a bar. Maybe some wire-tappers advanced come in and some of your fans can come in and we'll also WANNA go around and stop at a few sites and and do a little youtube video. I did something like that. On with Bonding Clyde sites last summer so I wanted to do that in Chicago. Now it's Kinda it Kinda planned on doing it in June maybe early July but I'm not sure now with this thing will. We're going to do it. Mike. Let's let's talk about we. We Mike and I agreed on a topic for today and I want to do something on. Richard Cain kind of for me is interesting because he was is Chicago copper at one time and he also was a Deputy Sheriff for a special investigator for the Cook County Sheriff's Office at one time during his career and he led led quite a quite a interesting life. Shall we say skied something else? No not I looked up just a little bit about him. He's Born in one thousand nine thirty one and he actually hey was he was born. Cain looks like his mother must've been a Talian and his he also had a name me went by Richard Scott Ziti now. I don't know if that was that. His mother's maiden name or something like he went by shooting. You know that known by more and more famous than your cane. He became a cop and but the mother's side he he was raised up in Chicago and and he joined the army and actually He was stationed over it down. The Virgin Islands were learn Spanish. Really well which will come into play and part of his crazy crazy. He's like the forrest gump in a way of Of organized crime is crazy career guy according to like that and and people who worked with them saying that you guys go like really smart like you could read a book and it inside and out and stuff. So he was Jeremy. Obviously as people hear about Life Story Alexander. Liberal light bike that you'd have to have some sort of intelligent. I mean you just don't get by on book that lifestyle like that. He wasn't a dumb guy he was very college guy. It looked like he got into Investigations working for Private Detective Agency in Dallas Texas the Burns Detective Agency in Dallas sometime as a young man ended up returning to Chicago and got a job with Chicago Police Department. But now What do you know anything about that early CAREER WITH CHICAGO PD? And I'm not sure it didn't last a long time files I've read. His brother wrote a book about him and his brother. Half brother I think was who tried to get filed and FBI agent. Bill Romer claimed he always claimed that the hinging on a place them in the Chicago. Police like back then. The mob police corruption. They want their own guys. The police forcing you and you look back now. At some of the old from the mobsters you know got indicted back and there's a lot of a lot of corrupt cops. Chicago in the fifties sixties that allow the cops routine paid off shown on had no choice. You either cook the money if you didn't take the money your transferred to some Christine way out in nowhere because they'll to work the COP could trust and so you allow these guys. I mean unfortunately to get the time a lot of a lot of good cops as getting passed over getting short on the stick because the play ball with the mob. Or you know pretty much. Yeah Judy in the South side somewhere I it was. It was exactly like that here. Just maybe not quite to the same extent but you know we. We had in the thirties. They were totally corrupt and bought and paid for by the mob totally then the war came along and everything changed after the war. I had a guy that kind of trained me in the intelligence unit told me a story. He came on in in the Middle Fifties as a young man he had been in World War Two first night out. He got in a car with a guy. They rode what we call West Twelfth Street. Which was a lot of clubs? Lot of nightclubs on this West Nile Street in this particular night was the pickup night. This guy went to each club and picked up money into the shift areas. Riding WITH HIS BRAND. New Young patrolman and at the end of the shift he pulled up and took a bunch of the money out and he counted out so much. Money didn't say how much it was and just laid it on the seat. And of course he had to take the rest evident and divvied up with the with the other guys probably any sector my friend who was from the country and was not really up for this and didn't want that. Nyu came on police department to set. Now no that's Okay. You go ahead and take that. Ray said that was the last night he rode with anybody. Hey they didn't movie Mac December but he was at one person car when there are mainly two man cars from then on and in any actually went on became known as the incorruptible guy is we we modernized and changed and we got us former. Fbi AGENT NAMED CLARENCE. Kelly's our chief of Police. And and he started cleaning things up and and he's the one formed the first intelligence unit and he chose this guy in another young farm kid named Jimmy Doolan to be the two guys to start the first intelligence unit so Same thing here in Kansas City after he worked on that for a little bitty ended up. I I read one place where he was like a bag man. Which is what this guy who ray was ride with is like a bag man that would go around and pick up the money and then distribute it when he got back. Stacey bag man he. Would you describe you go round to the you know the more? You can't go collect boxster there. Whatever district they control and pay off and then you would go to the money to the precinct cheap and then pay off with gotta pay. According to like what what is his brother and local. Romer said that like Jean. Kahn wanted to him. He wanted. He wanted to see how far canker pain to stay and rise up the ranks of the police basically. He wanted him to get high. It will be the trick the police and which is a smart move. WanNa guy high up in there Joe. It's like that and some stay in another reason why maybe ten year got cut short in the book mentioned how he was known for likely shaking down people like apparently he. The Guy was pew. I think I was praying like. Don't kids erupting Qena purely beat? The guy nearly doubt what the an alley somewhere and so to like taking matters of his own hand. I think that kind of cut his tenure short. I guess he was known. Though I you know now that's a rally came to that kind of stuff. The one guy who's trust the between the mob and the police basically put the money back and forth to each other and You know obviously if the police raid a book big operation then he would notify warriors district. That was how the mouth shut thousands night raid in your area with sweet the payoffs least for they get kicked off and the Oh and he could find out if that's the mob operations or open independent operation and hadn't rate at kind of thing in looks like no after he kind of burned himself out there on the Chicago. Pd This started. A relationship with would go on for quite some time until he was really caught out with the the assistant. Us Attorney man named Richard Ogilby. Who At.

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"clarence kelly" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast

Airplane Geeks Podcast

09:04 min | 4 months ago

"clarence kelly" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast

"Okay now I can see why the The US government would be energized. So and the Chinese are also like like I said you are pushing it. I mean hypersonic says I cruise missiles go are a very very impressive asset. When you're one take out large aircraft carriers yeah which would be the kind of targeted hypersonic would want or you know you wanna be able to take out a terrorist camp from the other side of the world. There's a lot of aspects of being able to attack something quickly without was speed in and and haste before gets noticed. It's being attacked now. The the hypersonic that we see these days they're they're air. Launched Right. They're all air launched. Because you need to Generate certain outta speed before a hypersonic engine can can ignite. You can't take off from a runway with hypersonic unless you've got some kind of dual power. Most hypersonic are Ram jets or scrammed jets. Scrammed jet a scam. Jet Is is basically a turbo jet that converts to a Ramjet when it gets up to speed Ram jets being pretty much the simplest version of propulsion. You can get. Which is you run. Hot RUN FAST air. Throw it at fuel late. It and it makes it even faster. I mean there's not much to a ramjet technology is we had several tests earlier about two or three years ago where they were breaking up in Flight. They were not successful. You know. There's there's a lot of things with speed speed equals heat you know. And we don't have Clarence Kelly Johnson around anymore. So it's technology is limited you know and and and how do you guide something that moves quickly etc so there's a lot of technologies involved? Yeah all right. We have some positive airlines stories. Who wants to To kick this off skew say. Did you add this just for me? Actually no all right all right some background some some background so years ago some years ago. I can't remember how many we got some feedback from you all listening. That seemed like we were always saying negative things about the airlines. Oftentimes it was United. But not exclusively. Oftentimes it was Brian but not exclusive fair enough so whose idea it was a year. I think it was your idea right. It was my idea to have a positive airline story of the week which which we did for for quite a while and then we ran out of them for a bit but Brian Lately I would say the last couple of months Maybe not every episode but most episodes. We've we've had some so So who wants to? Who wants to take this well? I'm happy to hop onto this one. So this is regarding United Airlines partnering with New York City and they have decided to step up here during the pandemic and they are providing free round trip flights for doctors nurses and other professionals who are coming to the Tri State Area New York New Jersey and Connecticut to help man the the hospitals and I think as people know there have been just a whole lot of beds that have been added recently. You've got the javits center at the southern end of Manhattan which I forget. How many beds that is. I think it's twenty five hundred. Is that right? Yeah it's it's at least two thousand. Yep you've got another thousand beds that are sitting there in the navy ship. That's their frankly There are also a lot of Medical people who are now out sick. I can't remember how many but I saw percentage that was just mind boggling. So Rama's healthcare providers on the front liner are falling And so there are people from around the country who have volunteered to come in and help and united has volunteered to give them free flights three round trips to to New York to help do that which is really great. Yeah that that is an amazing thing for United Airlines to do and it's also an amazing thing for these medical volunteers to come from other parts of the country to New York area. Where the the need is is great. It's it's kind of like flying into harm's way. These are amazing people these people in the medical profession you know to me. It's very similar to volunteer firefighter running into the building in a different town. Right right not their own town right. Yeah that's a really good analogy like that. Well we should also mention that. There is a place where people can sign up to volunteer. Which is New York? City's and hearsay health website so will include a link to that in the show notes and it's also in this particular article about United Goal. It then we see from Fox News former airline workers sign up to help hospitals during Corona Virus Pandemic. So these are folks who are not medical professionals but flight attendants and the other airline workers. Yeah this particular article is regarding Scandinavian Airlines and Lufthansa. So these are European carriers but it makes a lot of sense You've got suddenly a lot of people who are out of work and there's a tremendous amount of need and so the airlines are working together to help place assemblies people to get them to do some work to help out during the crisis for example in Germany Lou. Tonga's doing that with get this twenty. Seven thousand of the thirty five thousand employees so a very high percentage of employees are now working on temporary. Leave in which they're paid by the government To help out or they may also have shorter hours and some cases employees are also losing their jobs outright but they're giving priority for medical training programs as an aside. I saw something probably a week to ten days ago. Which was a post on either facebook or instagram from one of my friends who is a CF? I and this lady apparently was trained as a nurse in. She wasn't doing much teaching so she went back to work so she has kind of shifted. I don't know that that's permanent. But the need is so great. Now that we're getting really creative. About for example leading medical students to graduate early nursing students are being graduated early. I mean it's All hands on deck at this particular time to help. Battle this one. I guess now that there's not a pilot shortage They don't have to worry about graduating student. Pilots early Yeah now now. I think a lot of flight training has come to a halt in our our last good airline story for for this episode is from the Daily Mail which I just had to say. Daily Mail has more ads per screen than than even Forbes which is unpleasant at best but my gosh. I think I almost got out of almost got a ruler. In order to measure how much of that screen I was looking at was content and how much was advertising. And I tell you. The content was well below half what was on the screen but in any event when you get past that this is woman gets VIP treatment from American Airlines flight attendants because she is the only passenger on the plane. Woman fifty nine on a is it says on American Airlines flight. She was traveling from DC to Boston to see her mother in hospice and it was going to be her last visit ever with her mother so she did a a one day trip from. Washington DC. Boston this is back in March twenty seventh and they bumped her up to first class no surprise and they did custom announcements For her and made her feel incredibly welcome. I think they also knew that. This was a particularly a tough Flight for her because she was going to see her mom who is eighty three and That was apparently going to be the last time that she was going to see her And so yeah they just really knock themselves out to take it out. What was going to be a very painful trip for anyone to make to try to make it just a little bit more fun. They took lots of pictures together. And I think that This lady's GonNa Remember this trip even though you know she'll remember that That was the last time she saw her mother who died the following day. But at least there's also something positive and it nice to remember about that trip. We see Frequently these days I think great examples of people being human compassionate and stepping up and Just behaving in ways. That kind of makes all of us feel good. So yeah that definitely.

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"clarence kelly" Discussed on Murder in Oregon

Murder in Oregon

05:09 min | 9 months ago

"clarence kelly" Discussed on Murder in Oregon

"And then adding the insult that they were only shared with Mike's Family under duress and with the threat when they were given this unredacted copy they were warned not to let it leak. If it leaked they would be prosecuted. That was the atmosphere at the time. That's incredible so. Pat Takes the autopsy back to Kansas City and shows it to the old man and they look look at it. They have questions since Dale pennant assured them that they'd they'd run it by the FBI. The old man called someone he knew. Clarence Clarence Kelly former director of the FBI who had also been chief of police in Kansas City and asked him about it and Kelly came back and said no they never talked to us. And that's when the old man's world sort of fell apart. He said they've been lying to us. They've been lying to us. It was as if not only killed his son. They sort of killed his faith in how things work out how the world works and he was crushed so dale ten. Uh told Michael Frankie's father that he had run the autopsy past the FBI and that never happened. That's what he found out. Yeah he apologized to me. said they'll pins been lying to me. He's been lying to us and it crushed. My Dad that that was a professional is the greatest generation. Thirty years in the army colonel. Full bird colonel is a man that put his trusted God and country and could not believe and I think he felt that. I was being in disrespectful when I was questioning authority. He was sad that I was right. Let's go back to revisit. The resistance to releasing the sketch of the man in the pinstripe suit which now in light of the autopsy and FBI issue seems more noteworthy. Why do you think you were met with resistance? That's another big puzzle here but it's such a strange inge place for them to lie. Sometimes you you have to figure out what's going on by the lies. They tell him that that that was definitely ally on pens part. It's almost as they were afraid that someone would see that sketch and recognize the person. Yeah that's about the only thing you can conclude Kevin Agrees bitched at him about not releasing the picture I said why won't you release it. He says it looks just looks like a lot of people. No and that's the problem. That was the problem when it came out. I looked at it and no. It doesn't look like a lot of people bits. Let's is certainly eliminates a lot of people and these are the rain and fills column was horrible. It was like a one inch facts from thirty years ago which you know like doing little pencil Batson thank so everybody that saw the column says it looks like Shit but but they were forced to put at the real one and once people. Well you've seen the real one looks like a photograph and that's when Liz and her sister stir saw the drawing of the man in the pinstripe suit. It looks like Tim Native at it did to me and my sister immediately immediately the woman who had lived with Natividad believes he was the man in the pinstripe suit. The rest is really nice. Sometimes he loved to dress really nice. It was coming together for me. Started coming together okay. Tim's claiming to have a lot of money. He became so paranoid and violent worse than ever before started collecting. Dot's for myself so liz went to the police. It's hard to remember exactly but I do recall frustration. Gratien guys I think Tim Kill Michael Franken. Need you to look into it. Tim always carried a knife. Tim had a huge knife collection action. Tim was violent. Tim told me he killed somebody. I think it's Michael Look at this composite dried. And how did the police react to to this bombshell. They laughed and said do. Can't convict a dead man. There's nothing we can do here. That seems a pretty odd response from the police particularly securely sense it could have led to the truth. Here's PAT steak longer than why was on. The more chance was whole thing. You're going to blow up in their face Komo or go away. And the easiest way to end the investigation into Michael Frankie's murder And make the whole thing go away find someone to pin the murder.

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"clarence kelly" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

09:50 min | 9 months ago

"clarence kelly" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

"Something went wrong maybe something. You haven't shared We we were in like six row in We had this receiver at of Northern Arizona. One Thousand Baltimore That we really like fifty six remember but his name was Clarence Moore and so One of the things you do when you're getting ready to pick somebody to make sure they're not dead so you always call them. You see the video when you're watching the draft. The guys get on the phone. It's not just to congratulate and you WanNa make sure the guys okay and all that so You always do that and you always wait until you've made the decision and so we're like okay. Couple minutes left on the clock. Okay Clarence more call them. We're taking EGA. So call on. And then hand the phone off to the owner Steve Shoddy and he's congratulating him and then also the phone rings and I don't remember it was if it was Ozzie. Ozzie newsome the cost. But somehow we got like literally last minute trade off her straight out of the pick which they decided to do and and so here. I am a young guy. I'm looking at our owner and I like looking at Mr Bush like you've got to get off the phone with this. We're not picking him we're trading and he's he's trying to figure out. How do I end this call like this guy is just crying tears of joy the happiest day of his life? We've just pick the Baltimore Raven than it's clear like GotTa go Note Oh sorry and then it was the most uncomfortable thing and then I was the one when we when we traded down ways. He was still there when when we had our next pick so to call him back and it was the most he was not happy. Like calling him like celebrate being picked and And he is like it was just an awkward weird conversation like this time for real. Yeah we are no. Yeah we'RE GONNA pick this time now. I know sorry about that. Yeah crazy thing. But there's no this is he's got this is real this is this is right now. You're the owner so we don't do that again but anyway Let me give you let me get head coach. I was very awkward. Awkward Draft Phone Call. Big Dude six. Six to twenty Clarence Kelly Moore out of northern Arizona with the hundred and ninety nine th pick and he ended up up in a plan bunch of games that first year and then we heard something yeah. I think he had a couple of touchdowns I know like you. We all your yeah ability. I don't do it. Call them stretch. That was not so creative nickname but Yeah didn't last that long but he had a good couple of couple of games. They're good stuff all right he Daniel Jeremiah. NFL Network and at move the sticks on twitter his move the sticks podcast is a must-listen for NFL and draft people so as always manage over the weekend can thank you. Okay hope you enjoy the pod today and you know I guess I don't really have a ton to say. What do you plan Kyle? I was my birthday on Tuesday. I might get a little silly this weekend. Oh happy birthday we're going to dress up as tress up as oh you guys aren't still celebrating Halloween. Oh No I hate Halloween silly man. I'm I gotTA get my own insurance this here get my shit together so What is you getting? Your Shit together entail Gimme that like what's your to do list look like Well I gotta gotTa stop taking the bus and riding his bike around town and maybe figure out how to get a car. You know. You don't own a car dude. I got one when I came out here. I used all my college graduation work. Money and it bought lemon was a convertible and the transmission went. And then you know now I take the bus and scooters and bikes and try not to get hit. You know your big bike. Mike Guy the electric bikes. You know my regular bike got stolen while ago. So where do you live. I'm like West. Hollywood I'm right in the thick of it. You warranted What's your favorite club to go? Are you a sub guy club. Guy Dude I hate to club. Yeah but you never go like every now and then you know I do stand around and I'm like Oh we don't have a seat cool cool. I guess I'll stand by this bar and pay seventeen dollars so I go to the bars where they take care of me. I think we need to do. Do we need to do some sort of package where you get to hang out with. Kyle like forget these high end ones like a charity does. Yeah we get the full Kyle. Experience like what's your go. Oh to night or Thursday night guy. Because you're so young. Do they used to go every night. Now it's like yeah well no 'cause now I got you a Friday morning so I gotta take it easy. You know used to use a lot less nine. I didn't I didn't I did not so. I'm like a Friday Saturday guy. Maybe you're a grow your grownup weekend weekend drinker. Yeah how are you twenty five. Yeah that'd be twenty six to three days okay all right. Yeah you're really young I remember the first time one of my my friend. I think we were all I. Twenty five twenty six and I was like yeah. I only go out Friday or Saturday. We're like what like what the Hell's wrong with. You can't be fucking up. The Bill Simmons Ryen Russillo podcast. No but it was like the first realization of a group. You know because when you're younger you just go you know everybody. So what type of college right first of all the college and then as soon as those first few years out of college it's like okay. Well I go out Fridays Saturdays I I think my favorite was always kind of a Thursday happy hour crew. That would go to work or the you know they like. Oh no way you wear a suit to work in. Now you're having a couple couple asprilla's at a place like a window thing where the doors are open and everybody you know everybody looks the same but you know these are all just things you do like now. I walked by that Kroon own go see I never had a suit though so i. I didn't do that so if I went to a bigger city to go visit friends and to do that it would be like. Oh you guys are all in your sued the guy out in your tech pants or something. I wasn't wearing tight pants back tight pants tight pants. Were not cool now development cal. I'm trying to figure outhouse skinny is too skinny for jeans for a forty year old sort. Did I tell you that I went to Maybe I didn't tell anybody historic I shouldn't because it's so lame but the rag and bone Jean Situation Right now is on fire rag bones get the best gene in the game so I know yeah it's it's you know man. I'm I'm trying not to let him go but they got a huge tough. I don't know I don't know we. If anybody did. Ringer says does Russillo. I WanNa do reads for Rag and bone. You can tell them yes. Gotcha so the first time. I tried on rag and bone skinny jeans. I was like come on and I'm like you can't do this. You know and despite for the leg day jokes like I have five thick legs man. I'll tell you And so the guy I was like. Hey look great do they thanks. He's like look I. He did just trust me. They stretch a little bit. Because it's a one you know the game. It's a one two and three on rag and bone Jean right right and these are twos and I was kind he goes look. They're gonNA stretch a little because they wash they come back he's like I'm telling you the most comfortable thing they look good. He's like you're you're good. You're good here. It was like all right and you know what the favor jeans I have right now. I can't I can't wear them enough so hope to cross holds out buddy. I hope so too. I'm probably not. They're probably in and out of rotation a little bit more than you know. Say you're at a guy that has less jeans. You're right about so to finish the story because now I can't even believe I'm doing this but whatever I go back to the New York one one because it was like the last stretch that was going to have probably New York for ESPN stuff and that would be like a few months. Look at some stuff and they used to take care of me you know. They do a little lot of those shops showing. Hey can we work something in their book. Yeah you know ten fifteen percent off not a big deal. NBD JUST ON TV so the guys like. Hey I brought you. Some jeans means that he starts throwing some one zapped me and I go what what are you doing. These aren't GonNa fit me and he looked at me and he said hey he's like your legs aren't at that big. They're pretty skinny. You know so he's like you'll be fine so now furious at this guy for saying that to me and by the way. Here's another thing for retail shops. You should have mandatory breath checks every thirty minutes to an hour for everyone of your people. Okay because there's just not look. Sometimes people have bad breath. Some people always have bad breath. Some people just have it at times I look. I know I've had bad breath at times. EAT The wrong thing. You don't take care of it. You know what I'm saying like it happens but if you are a shop owner manager you should have mandatory breath checks on all of your sales people because because there's nothing that makes me WANNA buy jeans less than bad breath but even more so than bad breath is insulting my legs. So when he said you'll fit in the ones your legs. Aren't that big. I'm already hate trying on this stuff and despite the stack of you know. Let's say a healthy credit card bill worthy closed and I'm thinking because I it's easier for me to shop and I went to New York City than living in Los Angeles. 'cause I don't feel like driving up to go shopping. I mean this is the last thing you want to do. You never want to drive anywhere when you live here and then it'd be like hey you know what I'm GonNa do. Go to a mall all sit in traffic for an hour to go to the mall peace. No thanks so I try the first pair ones on. I can't even get them over my calf and I've just go fuck this guy. You should have been busted out of just to show him and I'm like doing exasperated theatrical. Like oh my oh my this fucking guy the legs bad breath and I took the genes off. I love everything I I'm out of here. And he was like what you know nothing fit. I'm like I couldn't get them over my calves and I left so I'm a loser. Enjoy your weekend kyle. Happy Birthday thanks.

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"clarence kelly" Discussed on Military Paranormal Investigations Podcast

Military Paranormal Investigations Podcast

10:58 min | 10 months ago

"clarence kelly" Discussed on Military Paranormal Investigations Podcast

"The basis you said was located a hundred and twenty miles northwest of Las Vegas right and the base itself was just that little area around groom but the entire area fifty one is over thirty eight thousand acres and it just the grid of area fifty one or is that all of the perimeter so that's not counting all of like S. Boring area fifty and area that's just just area fifty one exactly and the borders aren't even fenced. There's no borders at all. Oh Yeah you've 'cause you can drive up there now now that's when the people in the in the SUV's combat yeah. Yeah it's only mark with the orange polls motion sensors and they do have cameras that can every angle of the perimeter it's unreal. How many cameras are out there? All the stories talk about you know they'll drive and it'll go past the sign on and then next thing you know if you're if you sit at the sign too long than the SUV's Pogo on top of the hill and start watching. You will ever get out then once you cross that line their own but do they allow you to fly drones or any or no drones at all out there okay at all A lot of people thought they can climb up the mountain range. And then I'm gonNA drown out there. Yeah but now. There's an even with drone technology today. They're all done by. GPS and if you try and fly a drone into an area that has like a GPS fence dad opts right there again. Go so around. That area has a big GPS. No Zone No drone uh-huh. Yeah I've noticed a one of two researchers Lada signs. They have posted. You know for no trespassing in that stuff. Raton I know on that The the booze mountain range and everything. There is watch towers along there to help. Look out. It's like a control tower up there as well. Yeah and like you were talking about the head the light trucks for a private security. There's they also have. ATV's out there as well. I've seen with millions of dollars in the summer right and then forgetting an entry The actual base itself. The it's just a chain link fence around the base gates or anything to get in to Gates they have a the main gate which leads I can't remember what road comes from. And then there's a back gate which goes goes to what they call mailbox wrote the whenever you see all those videos and they say turn it the mailbox and everything and then there's this long dirt road goes down. That's actually leading into the back gate. I say I think they still. They actually do like if they're going to do construction or something they can still bring in. They don't fly like that kind of stuff here they'll actually truck that in the base. Yeah if I remember that correctly yes so. They had the private security guarding the perimeter. That's not fence and then in. US Air Force forces are the ones who actually guarding the base itself. And I. I didn't think that was a thing until I met a former chief of security forces that tell me a little bit about what they did there and I was like no get out of here. Man You know. Mostly the ban on the map the applicant Clinton. There's pamphlet out there telling you exactly it's an AFI exactly how to guard areas like that's pretty cool. Hey what's that for some of our listeners. Eighth ICE DANCE FOR Air Force. Instructions is like the laws that the air force has to live by mm followed and everything and okay of the Air Force manuals. Okay didn't think I knew that I just wanted to make sure I gotta teach that yeah Though the two gates and everything and then there are all brought in by the The Juliet call sign on. It's either seven thirty seven or seven twenty. Seven is the only way to really get in. And then the airspace above it is the no fly zone. No one can go around. That went around there. Even Marshall Pilots and military pilots. But they they have to go around it if they want to try him. Buzz has it and everything they'll get in trouble. Get the letters reprimand stuff like that. And that's known as our forty eight. Oh eight north earth you gotTa have the control tower to come anywhere near it. We think and we got the uses purposes. Mrs Basically it was where they developed all of our by now the youtube by playing the Dragon Lady. uh-huh that was the first one in that. Yeah that was. That's what I think. That's where we talked about earlier. That's where project Aqua Kenya There's been a lot of stuff there that's been developed there like the cameras that we're used to those cameras are over two hundred fifty million dollars in one you to in at the time Tom there was a stat and I wish I lift notes but there was a staff that talked about how many square acres they could capture with that camera. It was it was. It was amazing when you when you look at nineteen sixties acknowledged. Exactly the nine hundred sixty dollars. Even that one wasn't even nineteen sixties that was nineteen fifty. It is when we were heading this and starting building this and everything and the designer Clarence Kelly Johnson. That man was a genius and everything the plane was like one to one and a half thrust ratio. Exactly I mean back. Then the highest that our planes could fly highest was twenty eight to thirty thousand as the highest planes could fly. And then if you happen to be around this area back then it wasn't restricted airspace. So we got this long cylinder. I wonder with these long means. And it's flying another forty thousand feet above you when you're flying like what the heck is that they're okay. That's where a lot of people think that a lot of all those sightings came from exactly the long cigar shape. Yeah up there one. Yeah that thing. Flies is capable of flying. Seventy three thousand feet. It's a sidetrack you just a second. I got to ride in the Youtube Chase car one time which is rooted. I I do for people that don't well. No when the plane comes down the pilots sitting on top and then he can't see the runway when he's coming down so they actually have what I wrote him was a Camaro. It was a chevy tomorrow and so the the the driver of that car. We'll get down at the end of the runway and is the plane's coming in he will take off and you're doing like a hundred mile an hour or more behind this And you're that guys actually say all right. You're ten feet eight feet seven feet. And then all right touchdown and then when the plane lands it'll it lands down it's got at Little Wings Little Rollers Louisville's in the ring tip logo sticks in when it gets down to the end it when it takes off those fall off a little hotter When it gets to the end the plane just kind of lays as over on its on its wing tip and it comes to a stop there well sometimes it lays on wingtip sometimes? It doesn't but Would you were talking about about that. Chase car is actually another youtube pilot and everything and the way it's designed is what they call a bicycle landing gear. You got the two one in front fronts. Let's not your typical three triangle. How they normally land so they actually have to land at like a bicycle and because it's so long and slender sure that they basically have to come down like you were saying seven feet? Ten feet is of that slammed down at seven feet. They're probably going to break something so what they have to do is come down toward the like three feet off the ground and then they have to stall the aircraft so they got to pull the nose up to try and stall it to come down on that back wheel first and then the other one and then and they have to try and like you everything that you can you. Can you can see all these on youtube. And everything where you can see this balancing balancing and everything and it's not your typical Flight controls either though slide controls in their all manual. There's no hydraulics all to save weight. Wait all day with there is no hydraulic. So you got your hands feet elbows everything going trying to get this thing level just the land and then when it comes to a stop and trust me you can see a bunch of deals at their where they didn't come to a nice stop. It'll slide like you said on the back which is where it gets the name Dragon Lady because his dragon the ground and everything and that's when the crews come over there and they have to raise it up and put the pogo sticks on it but yes it's it's a pretty cool bird so back to that's where that's also Where the spacesuit was develops? Because again at the time our our lights were unable label to go up to twenty eight so they had to develop something to go to. The low pressure is up there. And that's where the the the development of the space of team about Even when it's Blair flying and everything and things only finally six or twelve miles per hour or not's with five to ten not six twelve miles per hour when it's flying which is why they can get the camera's cameras in such clear pictures and everything is they're flying so low in their so high seventy thousand feet come on you glow you can see the curvature of the earth just by that flat no like you said the project Alcatel is work. Came about and stuff. You know the interesting thing is is we were doing this research it really. I found it interesting. You think about these. These flights took place in the fifties and sixties. So how far before that were they actually developing all of this technology. And that's always been one of my one of my comments when you talk about how it was developed in put into flight men. What what do you think about? Now what are we. What are we have now exactly? I mean holy cow. Well I mean I mean look about it our first flight manned flight took place in nineteen. Oh three but We're only like a little over. One hundred years and look at the advancements we've made two hundred years it's crazy could could our advancement spe- because we're getting information from all you're gonNA conspiracy theories okay at it's not gonna go into but that's something it's always made me wonder. Are we getting on technology. From other areas other beings never know. Youtube was the beginning. That was the first one but after the U2 was shot down and everything they're like okay. It's not purview review Trivia. Who was the.

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"clarence kelly" Discussed on Podcast 42

Podcast 42

11:02 min | 11 months ago

"clarence kelly" Discussed on Podcast 42

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The Frog went to court went upstairs next to it our swords and guns off how to miss macy's didn't he he went to Miss Moody's didn't he he wants to miss macy's door I resisted three loud annoys ally Canadian he said Miss Most are you willing to marry me he said misspell so you willing to marry me he said Miss Nelson Willing to marry me we're very happy Haha hop Louise Up more at one Lau on dot dash not without the consent of the uncle of war eh now without the consent of the uncle do I want to marry the president a hawk up Gerrad he went to tout he he won't read this report and Greg what town he he uncles this ghost town I want to buy wedding gifts for my knees ha ha ha ha ha really did what he did there there there Oughta holiday ha the first person to arrive is address drone the I I was a drone big media the next is a big black snake the snake he sold the wedding cake ha ha ha there's a cookie on the show there's a cookie on the shelf is there's some cookies on this show if you want more you can sing delve food and of course the podcast what he to version is a short version Frogs and addicted he as well as on tinder already they will marrying by a nondenominational denominational Internet priest and then they were divorced on number three Andrews Air Tonight all down because it's been seven and a half hour long set up a guys humpty dumpty everybody knows this one today ups downs due to the all the Ryen does not state that the subject is an egg possibly because it may have been originally posed as a riddle there are also various theories of an original Humpty dumpty one by Katherine L. L. Y. Thomas in nineteen thirty says that Humpty dumpty is King Richard's the third of England depicted as a humpback humpback back and who was defeated at Bosworth field in fourteen eighty five punch magazine in eighteen forty two suggested that the Ryan was a metaphor for the in fall of cardinal row th-they just as Woolsey was not buried own is intended to him so Humpty dumpty was not buried in his show ever does that come on who you didn't do professor David Dahbi suggest it in the astor professor W salk and the Oxford Zine in nineteen fifty six the Humpty dumpty was a tortoise siege season used unsuccessfully in sixteen forty three during the England serval war in Nineteen ninety-six website of the Colchester Tourist Board attributed the original of the rhyme to be a canon the Annan was called Humpty dumpty was strategically placed on the wall around the city when shot from another cannon a shot from another cannon succeeded in damaging the wall beneath empty which caused the cannon to tumble to the ground the royalist or all the king's men attempt to raise Humpty dumpty onto another part of the wall but the it was so heavy that all the king's horses and all the king's men couldn't put Humpty together again Arthur author our Jack claimed in his two thousand eight bucks it goes the weasel with secret meanings of nursery rhymes that there were two other verses supporting this claim I'm not GonNa lie when you first said Cannon I'm thinking Oh they tacked alert around it's guys come on let's view it is the earliest known version was published in Samuel Arnold's juvenile amusements in seventeen ninety seven with the lyrics Humpty dumpty sat on well Humpty dumpty had a great fall four score men and four score more cannot make Humpty dumpty where he was before they just couldn't eh because once a cannons gone out they didn't try hard back in when she said it was Canon the first thing that came to my mind was Oh that's just what I thought I think it's pronounced way cannon and cannon okay unless you're Canadian that Gandini See da you didn't even cad told Alexa Canadian spells it no they sell it. AC D- D we don't know dyslexia may be different in different countries this whole conversation it's a little backwards and eighteen forty two and James Orchard Hollowell public howls singer yeah wow he's late I thought it was the Halliwell sisters he's a highly Sir can only be one anyway his version is Humpty dumpty lay in a back with all his snooze cinemas around his neck forty actors and forty rights couldn't put Humpty dumpty to rights for baby the Martin version of this nursery rhyme turntables and a microphone as throughout the UK since at least the mid twentieth century is as follows Humpty dumpty sat on a wall Humpty dumpty had a great foil all the king's horses and all the king's men couldn't put humpty together again our Google translate it version reads Humpty dumpty sits on the wall a Humpty dumpty fell significantly the words of all kings all the kings you cannot reconnect Humpty Wifi password this not work the words of all kings the kings you told us not to do that Oh I put it in all caps didn't put it in all caps because of it all a lot of people got mad he just wanted to clear the air's now he means thoughts and prayers those facebook wall rate go yes you connected it it's like Oh sorry I couldn't say I couldn't put Humpty together again they cannot reconnect we connect to Humpty no matter what I'll talk to it's like a free Wifi that you can reconnect to sometimes so what is I'm a little teapot which everybody in this room knows except for Sabrina this okay some notes on it Clarence Kelly and his wife what what's going on no no vibrated. is it up Clarence Kelly and his wife a dance school for children which taught the waltz clog it was supposed to be a popular and.

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"clarence kelly" Discussed on Gangland Wire

Gangland Wire

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"clarence kelly" Discussed on Gangland Wire

"You are listening to gangland wire hosted by former kansas city police intelligence unit detective jerry jenkins good evening. All you wear capris out there tonight. We're going to talk about a bribery attempt of a chicago police officer. I recently had somebody one of our fans. Wire-tappers out author asked me if i'd ever been offered a series bribe and i have to say you know kansas city. We didn't really have that tradition of bribery. By the time i came on in nineteen seventy-one now the nineteen fifties they did a up into the sixties and when we got clarence kelly was a former f._b._i. Agent as our chief of police he really rooted out a lot of the commanders inside liden him. They retired when they realized that <hes> <hes> there's. There's a new sheriff in town jail. We say so that that smaller time bribery <hes> did not exist in the bigger time bribery. I don't know we kelly's one that formed intelligence unit were worked at most of the time and so he started off with two incorruptible guys <hes> rake indian ian in jimmy doolan and like a lot of us we were they were country guys. They were from one of us from stockton. The other now jimmy dylan actually was from up by where i come from. I'm in northwest missouri from a rural area and and it was kind of like. I don't know we didn't really have that tradition. We didn't grow up with that. Tradition of people bill being able to bribe policemen so we didn't take bribes. There were some people at dan we we had our sheriff. Criminals are policemen who were criminals all along. They'd get caught every once in a while but mainly. We didn't have now chicago new york. <hes> is a little different story. There's a long tradition. It's institutional corruption corruption that in a lot of little ways they always took clean joey say clean money as opposed to dirty money never take money from narcotics dealers or <hes> somebody like like my guys if they got outside the the realm of what they were supposed to do like hand heart in chicago william had heart was a longtime police <music> officer sergeant captain went all the way up to commander ran a burglary ring and was really connected closely with the outfit but when a rural rural but a suburban policeman was killed by a couple of mob associated <hes> armed robbers two guys that worked with harry aleman and his crew crew why he made tournament and they had to tell where the body they'd buried displacements body and they had to tell where the body was buried so it kinda like work both th- ways guys who were a little too close with with the outfit <hes> who knows some people as like las vegas. Some people say they liked it when the mob ran it and it was safer nicer nice earners more customer service. I don't know <hes> but <hes> everybody everything is what it is and that's the way it was in kansas city <hes> in my experience but in chicago's a little different experience so i wanna talk about when when joya was coming up and how he got caught up in a bribery attempt by one honest policemen who worked for a sheriff richard ogilvie ogilvy was <hes> was a sheriff that took over he actually hired richard kane and had ended up finding fired him shortly after but they had cooked a cook county sheriff for period of time back in the sixties fifties and sixties i believe and and he was basically he was not corrupt utter. Then you know you got to be a politician you gotta you gotta do certain things to get along but taylor did not allow his guys to to take <hes> the smaller time briberies who who knows i mean he he got run for office again and they take money <hes> for their campaign contributions. I mean that that still goes on up to the day in which allows you access but i'm gonna tell you one story that i thought was kind of interesting interesting about this one honest policemen he was a he was <hes> vice unit officer. He might have been sergeant then really say.

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"clarence kelly" Discussed on American History Tellers

American History Tellers

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"clarence kelly" Discussed on American History Tellers

"The director secretary Helen Grandy began working down a to do list director had provided her for when he died granny who'd been with him for his entire tenure director began sorting and moving files from the director's office to his home. The most important files were the director's personal and confidential ones held in the cabinets of the director's office. Those files contain the most sensitive secrets Hoover's agents had uncovered over the prior forty eight years Grandy arranged have hundreds of thousands of files move to Hoover's basement she then sat at her typewriter and submitted her resignation. She spent the several weeks following Hoover's death in the director's basement, shredding files, she later claimed the only file she removed where the. Directors personal papers. What she did not say is at Hoover considered all F B I files his own personal property. The truck driver who moved the files described hauling twenty-five file cabinets full of documents to Hoover's house and the content of everyone were destroyed with Hoover's death. Clyde Tolson became director of the FBI. He held the position just long enough to submit his resignation to the attorney general, president Nixon. No doubt an effort to solidify his own control of the FBI and its files appointed a malleable figurehead l Patrick gray. As acting director gray was a Justice department official, but had no law enforcement experience one of Gray's first, major reform acts as acting director was to disband the public relations oriented crime record section in nineteen Seventy-three gray was nominated to become permanent director of the bureau, but the nomination was withdrawn following revelations that he pass files relating to the Watergate investigation to the Nixon administration. Gray later said that the gravest mistake of his life was getting involved with Richard Nixon. But for the FBI the incident was just another public relations disaster Hoover's death. Accelerated the feeding frenzy around Washington as investigations of the directors co Intel pro and other secret spying campaigns ramped up without a powerful icon, a figure like Hoover at the head of the FBI. It seemed that there was less. Fear of speaking out the appointment of a respected former agent Clarence Kelly in nineteen Seventy-three solidified FBI leadership, but he did nothing to contain the public relations damage or stop the revelations on December fifth nineteen Seventy-three FBI director Kelly sent a written warning to every one of the bureau's eight thousand seven hundred sixty seven agents Kelly ordered them to cease any investigative activities that could abridge in any way, the rights guaranteed citizens by the constitution when word of Kelly's order leat as it inevitably. Would it was received as an admission of the sins of the Hoover? Era. Why order agents to stop violating constitutional rights and less? They were violating constitutional rights in nineteen seventy five following reports that the F B I had maintained files on members of congress. The US Senate authorized a comprehensive investigation into the activities of the CIA and FBI the Senate select committee to study governmental operations with respect to intelligence activities came to be known as the church committee for its chairman, Idaho. Democratic Senator Frank church in late nineteen seventy five and into seventy six news from the church committee hearings made headlines around the country among the revelations from the hearings were details of the FBI's efforts to marginalize an even blackmail, the Reverend Dr Martin Luther King junior. In addition, the committee released some details of the legal pro operations to disrupt dissident groups, former FBI official deep Delos confirm to the church committee that co Intel pro included a mass media program to distribute rumors, and you Endo..

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"clarence kelly" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"clarence kelly" Discussed on TechStuff

"Of what was going on and a potential wartime enemy Cold War was was called the Cold War because it wasn't like actual physical outbreaks of violence between the two countries. But it was a true rivalry of global proportions going on between the two, and so we there were needs beach each country felt the need to find out as much about what was going on in the other country as possible. And so they were developing their own ways of spying on each other. Of course, this also figured into the space race. We've talked about the thing. What beeped? Yeah. But Nick, but Nick that they sent up from the Soviet Union shortly after that period. But it was around the same time. There were looking for ways to spy. On each other. Yeah. Of course, satellite technology entered into it. But the YouTube predates satellite that was already flying my by that point. Yeah. So this during the Eisenhower administration in the United States history. And and so there. Several the government the United States government actually invited several different companies to submit proposals for a spy plane. That's pretty typical. Right. And the the company that went out was Lockheed, and there was a fellow by the name of Clarence Kelly Johnson who was put in charge of the development of this spy plane Johnson also was instrumental in creating the the facility that was the testing grounds for this particular airplane, and that facility has gone on to gain incredible notoriety. Yes, partially because it was very innovative in partially because it just has a very cool name, and it was very very very secret about everything and that cool name at least that's the the popular name for it is area fifty one. Yes. So if you always wondered what area fifty one was about, and you've heard about things like UFO's and aliens info what it really was. About was a testing ground for secret aircraft in the YouTube was very much a secret aircraft, the United States did not really talk about what the YouTube was four until they were forced to and we'll get into that story too. Because that's pretty dramatic. Yeah. But but before we get into that. Let's talk more about what the U2. actually was and oh and in case, you're just wondering area fifty one also popularly known as groom lake because it's a dry lake bed was where it was built on. And I think in the future we're going to have to do a podcast all about area fifty one because it was such a cool place. Not really a number a thing anymore. Yeah. But it was definitely a neat idea and some really cool technology was developed there. Anyway, getting back to the U2.. It's got a now this this sucker can fly at at altitudes of more than seventy thousand feet twenty one thousand meters. Yes, that's pretty high up. Yeah. Very early. That's when you think about commercial jetliners are tend to be between thirty and thirty five thousand feet, sometimes a little higher, you know, that's more than twice as high up. And it was built it was built with a really really long wings almost like a glider and very light airframe yell. The I'm sorry. Go ahead. The wingspan of the YouTube is about one hundred and five feet or thirty two meters. Or so the length is sixty three feet or about nineteen point two meters. And height sixteen feet about four point eight meters, it only weighs sixteen thousand pounds, which when you think about it is pretty light. That's pretty remarkable. Yeah. It's got one General Electric f one eighteen dash one. Oh, one engine. Yeah. Although there were other engines used in the U2. during its entire history there. A J Fifty-seven turbojet engine the j seventy five turbojet engine, and then the General Electric f one eighteen turbofan engine. They have all been used in U2.'s throughout its history of service in the United States. Also before we get too much further into the technical details..

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"clarence kelly" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"clarence kelly" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"The lowest quite specific on that fight. Don't think you're going to convince any of the people who are saying this because from what I read about them. That's my only source actually newspaper clippings about them. We have this concept and life that unless we're denying ourselves. We're not doing the right thing. And I don't think that has anything. To do with good health. It's a question of looking for things which feel good make you feel better. But are good for your health. And of course, this twenty twenty is a is a matter that even has to be qualified to win you have twenty twenty because the fact is that with your glasses on you probably do have twenty twenty vision. All it really means is that you guys, you know, the whole world is heard about his claims about two weeks ago that he observed the first quality. Through the years listeners of question. Guests who make news guests like Hubert Humphrey, Barry, Goldwater, Verner von Braun, Clarence Kelly's senators Eagleton Danforth. Joyce brothers Willie Mays and MRs Eleanor Roosevelt, high believe that mister Senator Kennedy. We make the best we could. Enact personalities. We're going to have to cut out of this just for the sake of time. But how cool is that presentation? I'm going to have to maybe one night play the whole thing. It's about an hour long. It would take an entire hour of are probably an hour and a half based on the amount of commercials we put in so maybe one day. We'll do that. I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did that nineteen Seventy-eight presentation from kmox radio here on overnight America. Not to brag. But Buffalo Wild Wings is the official.

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"clarence kelly" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"clarence kelly" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"I heart radio station. I keep saying. You know what I'm talking about? I would imagine most of you. If you saw this aircraft you'd say, oh, yeah. That thing maybe you notice the Blackbird they have not been an active service now for well. Over a decade and US air force. They occasionally would do fly bys at airshows and things like that the the air force officially retired the aircraft kind of like they officially retired the F one seventeen but unofficially the F one seventeens still fly and have been captured on film in tone upon Vada. And unofficially. The US air force is putting an unmanned control system into the F one seventeen. So they can effectively be. Large drones with Bombay's the word is that that system exists already for the Blackbird. And then. Any future missions? If that is if any seventy one still exists in active service would be unmanned. So let me read you officially. What it says here at Blackbird air park in September nineteen sixty two Lockheed's Clarence Kelly Johnson began exploring what he called a common market version of the eight twelve which is behind me a single airframe configuration known as the well universal airplane. What service he basis for a reconnaissance recon striker interceptor variant, depending on customer needs because air force officials showed particular interest in the reconnaissance variant Johnson focused on systems and structural issues related to character weapons airplane was seen as a potential alternative to the North American aviation companies. Version of their super advanced XB seventy fighter known as the R. Seventy would have been very very very expensive. The if you know the XB seventy project it was a super fast super high altitude bomber super advanced especially for the time. It would have been advanced to this day, but it had a star cross career here in flight test over Edwards Air Force base. And later San Bernardino were a collision with a photo plane brought an end to the XP seventy project on twenty four July nineteen sixty four when president LBJ Lyndon Johnson announced the development of the new airplane. He repeatedly referred to it as the SR seventy-one a designation that as soon became official. With the words reconnaissance strike being replaced by strategic reconnaissance I s r seventy one was called article two thousand one made its maiden flight twenty two December nineteen sixty four construction of the twenty fourth SR, seventy one airframe article two zero two four with their air force serial number six one seven nine nine seven three which is the one..

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"clarence kelly" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast

Airplane Geeks Podcast

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"clarence kelly" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast

"Five thousand feet reaching speeds of about nine hundred forty miles an hour, and to this CNBC article says, this new aircraft is expected to create a noise level akin to the sound of a car door closing. Yeah. I guess the question is how many people slam doors? Times what I'm gonna card somebody slams the door. You know, I just jump. So I think there's a there's a wide range of noise from closing a car door. But still I it that won't shatter windows. So this is a pretty small aircraft. I think David this is I think it's a single seat aircraft. And of course, it's a long needle like kind of aircraft. The the idea being that you don't get the same type of shock wave coming off the the the fuselage that results in this double boom, kind of sonic, boom that we're used to we did talk. When I was down at NASA Langley a couple years ago. We did this program was just starting and they were talking about sonic booms versus sonic thumps. And they originally had an F five e that had a modified longer. Or knows kind of a boat shape thing to channel the the the shock of the sonic boom down the few slides. So you're not getting getting that noise going down to the ground. Clearly, I mean, we're not going to eliminate sonic booms. But this is really a minimizing it and a car door probably is is kind of a strange way to thing. But eight tolerable Bunder, clap or something along those lines where it wouldn't be out of the ordinary to someone that it's a sonic, boom. So and this is quest will be I mean, they're going to be continuing. So we'll see how well this goes goes. And it kind of looks like an F one. Oh, four to be on. Yeah. Kind of does doesn't it? Yeah. Which is kind of funny because it's just. Clarence Kelly Johnson was well ahead of the game as much as we know. But it's got a long point. He knows and one of those things about one point. He knows is have you ever seen what the Concorde did? So you could land and take off. Right. So this is going to be one of those we've had aircraft with long pointy noses before. And they've been tricky to fly. We'll have to ask Mr. trescott if the if the next series that comes out we'll have a propeller than a long pointy nose. I guess he doesn't have to worry about it, sonic booms. Does he know? But I'll tell you what to me is most intriguing about the picture of this aircraft..

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"clarence kelly" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"clarence kelly" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Any future missions If that is if any SR seventy-one. Still exists in active service would be unmanned so let me read you officially What it says here at Blackbird air park in September nineteen sixty two Lockheed's Clarence Kelly Johnson began exploring what, he called, a common market version of the twelve which is behind me a single airframe configuration known as the artwork universal airplane what service he basis for. A reconnaissance recon striker interceptor variant depending on customer needs. Because air force officials showed particular interest in the reconnaissance variant Johnson focused on. Systems and structural issues related to character weapons airplane was seen as a potential alternative. To the North American aviation companies Version of their super advanced XB seventy fighter known as. The IRS seventy would have been very very very expensive the you. Know the XB seventy project it was a super fast super high altitude bomber super advanced especially for the. Time it would have been advanced to this day but it had a star cross career here in flight test over Edwards Air Force base and later, San Bernardino, were a collision with a photo plane brought an end to the XP seventy project on twenty four July nineteen sixty four when president LBJ Lyndon. Johnson announced the development of the airplane he repeatedly referred. To it as the SR seventy one a designation that as soon became official With with the words reconnaissance.

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"clarence kelly" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"clarence kelly" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Support for this podcast and the following message come from square space have an idea for your next big move use square spaces awardwinning designer templates to create a beautiful website or online store make your next move by visiting square space dot com to start your free trial and use offer code fresh air for ten percent off your first purchase from whyy in philadelphia this is fresh air i'm dave davies in for terry gross today the still unfolding story of the kennedy assassination investigative reporter philip sheen and talks about hundreds of newly declassified documents he says the cia and fbi didn't want investigators of the warren commission to learn how much they knew about lee harvey oswald before the assassination as the director of the fbi later determined clarence kelly's big conclusion at the end of his life was that the kennedy assassination could have been easily prevented if the fbi and cia had just acted on the information in its own files in november 1963 also actress aubrey plaza she was april ludde gate on parks and recreation now she plays a mentally unstable woman obsessed with an instagram celebrity in the new film ingrid goes west that's all coming up on today's fresh air gregory warner here to tell you about npr's new international podcast called rough translation each week we're gonna take you to a different country to hear story that reflects back on something that we are talking about here in the united states they began a perspective shift.

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"clarence kelly" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"clarence kelly" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"To start being the head of the cia to replace william casey after casing died in nineteen eighty seven now was an interesting decision that reagan made right at the end of his term in office and nineteen eighty seven that of course even though filled the job at the cia it left an opening at the top of the fbi i move the fbi director over the cia interesting for the cia but now a big hole to fill up the fbi and they're being an opening at the top of the fbi that was a very very rare thing at the time i mean they're having been that many people who run the fbi for almost the first halfcentury of its existence the fbi had exactly one director its founding director j edgar hoover hoover died in office in nineteen seventy two after being fbi director for more than forty years so when hoover died nixon got to appoint his replacement who was then the only the second person to ever hold the job his name was clarence kelly he was the second director the fbi usurp in that job for about five years then the third director was william webster he was appointed by president carter in nineteen seventy eight that william webster that's the guy who reagan moved over from the fbi to run the cia after his campaign manager they're got a brain tumor and died and not meant in nineteen eighty seven at the end of ronald reagan's time in office the fbi needed a new director for only the fourth time in its entire existence it's fascinating right this ruling late in our history for this to be such a rare job opening i mean this is an incredibly prestigious incredibly powerful incredibly important job and by the end of the eighties only three people had ever held in the history of our country.

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"clarence kelly" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"clarence kelly" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"To start being the head of the cia to replace william casey after casing died in nineteen eighty seven now was an interesting decision that reagan made right at the end of his term in office and nineteen eighty seven that of course even though filled the job at the cia it left an opening at the top of the fbi i move the fbi director over the cia interesting for the cia but now a big hole to fill up the fbi and they're being an opening at the top of the fbi that was a very very rare thing at the time i mean they're having been that many people who run the fbi for almost the first halfcentury of its existence the fbi had exactly one director its founding director j edgar hoover hoover died in office in nineteen seventy two after being fbi director for more than forty years so when hoover died nixon got to appoint his replacement who was then the only the second person to ever hold the job his name was clarence kelly he was the second director the fbi usurp in that job for about five years then the third director was william webster he was appointed by president carter in nineteen seventy eight that william webster that's the guy who reagan moved over from the fbi to run the cia after his campaign manager they're got a brain tumor and died and not meant in nineteen eighty seven at the end of ronald reagan's time in office the fbi needed a new director for only the fourth time in its entire existence it's fascinating right this ruling late in our history for this to be such a rare job opening i mean this is an incredibly prestigious incredibly powerful incredibly important job and by the end of the eighties only three people had ever held in the history of our country.

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