Salute To Service - Hour 2 (4/21/18)

Salute to Service
Saturday, April 21st

Salute To Service - Hour 2 (4/21/18)

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All right welcome back we have made it through our number line. Entering our number two segment number one and you know what that means. It is time for your weekly dose of Gene Autry in just a little bit gun far. Time. I first up on rapid fire us a slide this one in here didn't get to mention before we ran at a time last our age you are probably well aware by now actor Harley army passed away age said before better known to most of us as the Ghani her gunnery sergeant Hartman from the yeah. Movie full metal jacket castaways sending for complications. Due to pneumonia. And the guy was. Serve the country in the in the Marine Corps Chile was. For eleven years in fourteen months including it tours in Vietnam in do some injuries was. With eleven years in fourteen months that would be twelve years and over until it's. Well I mean not a greatest I'm sorry I'm sorry. Including fourteen months in Vietnam all of us including in my I don't know how I wrote that list right now that I was mad that I was just turn Armenian dyslexic here. And you know joined it the age seventeen and number. You know. If you watch movies closely and stuff like daddy started out doing some technical advising and Apocalypse Now and had a little tiny. Seen in there is. Helicopter pilot and open their flyover Charlie don't surf mimic come in there and then. The course see you fire base Gloria but if you really wanna see that this guy was. An actor could really active not just okay played a drill sergeant on I just you know recreate yours hey I have some idea. You need to watch him in the the movie Mississippi Burning things Willem Dafoe Lou Gene Hackman. And our earlier are me has or has a role in that that very powerful story about the civil rights era and you know it in plus the guys show mail call. Live was on the History Channel hours than it was meant. Classic was a great informative entertaining shall we posted a link on our FaceBook page FaceBook dot com slash W a RD salute service. Where there's some bloopers and outtakes from. The mail call show and it's. It's typical is classic Carly army that. If you have sensitive ears. You know to salty language don't watch the the bloopers. But it is certainly a great and speaking in as an army veteran guy was a a great ambassador. For the United States Marine Corps. He's armed forces in general I think and in a course a siege is on the board with the NRA. And you know who was good god it was it was a good guy that you helped out worthy causes for law enforcement are our military military veterans and and you know 74. Just you know will young little young yeah Russia and it's the mileage you know and a guy like him sure. Sure had a fume I see this as your few miles on him that two to Ghani we we wish you fair winds and following sees you were gone that definitely not forgot. True story quickly out of but Illinois. I think him asking him county Illinois and money became a sanctuary county. Forgot owners. Now the county board passed a resolution on an 81 vote directed his employees not to enforce any new state law that would unconstitutionally. Restrict the Second Amendment at Bingham county State's attorney Brian killer said that the action is largely symbolic you want control decision making. By law enforcement. On. They show this morning getting and carrying board member David Campbell and Keebler joined Hendrick Childress who explained. The thinking behind the revolution what it means for the county. He he should they decide to take a stand because they've seen an increasing number of Statehouse and senate bills and attack the Second Amendment so kudos to I think and counting yeah. Illinois gap for given some people would dose of their own medicine yet I mean. Illinois did not exactly a a conservative state in accord she get these states like Illinois you know what what mainly controls Illinois Chicago again you get states like California where I know some people living California Leonard Mahan made. Fit right in here when you make I'll assure. I win but it was an alien population in assists like I don't see how they live out there but again as states are controlled by the big metro areas yeah cities and so yes good for these guys and their damning if nothing else their property values probably just what into. But I would guess. Did you see in this is another win the day it me telling you about this just won't do it FaceBook dot com slash W a RD salute to service there's an article opposed it out there. They Hurst Texas little city of Hurst Texas police department release and dash cam video. There was an officer several officers responding to an April 7 report of of an issue the crashing into our house. And so these officers. You know or coming up days. In this one guy one officer pulls up in his. The nose of his. Car is pointed like right at where this issue V has crashed into the front of the house of the dash cams in at all. This guy is going towards the home in them with the big issue vis staking out the front of it. And I mean. Suddenly just in big explosion big ball flying most of visit the SUV had ruptured gas line ran into the house. And this guy. I mean EE. He should about a lottery ticket on the way home that night if he did nor may be his surviving this was winning the lottery talent because I'm telling you he can he escape without really any injuries and then probably ringing in the ears and losing his eyebrows but it was one of those things where. Another two steps closer and it could evolve and over yes serious injuries are worse you know and two it to see it. To appreciate that you really have to see it and that video in the article is out there that. Again that note the pelican article posted a week ago where there's Virginia State trooper in the comes on a vehicle wreck and it's somebody hit a black mayor killed it was a mother with a three cubs and so the gas. They're hold these bear cubs while there wait for some animal service that as a rescue to come get him so he's got an aircraft problem Oliver. And then this guy nearly gets blown up by an issue speakership no typical blaming no no no typical none at all. I've said a million times John Issa Ferrara senior the greatest show on earth map. So I don't blah Ohio county Indiana a hurl a woman candidate of a police officer under attack. As this one this is one of those. One of those stories that that makes me mad but I have to laugh because of the sheer stupidity. I just it just it was hailed zinger actually save the life of an Indiana conservation officer. Who had been overtaken by a drug fueled assailant. This this guy obviously dual file this guy was jackal upon I'll aren't pretty much every conceivable type of his toxicology showed he had methamphetamine. Been so marijuana and texture oh meth through a fan and methadone in the system that I'm in the encounter. Well celebrating diversity I am telling yet so this this guy beat the crap out of his conservation officer and she sure pulled up behind in the opposite happens did. And and they scare that form or another family the of the suspect has filed a lawsuit against the supplemental and fooled that. A Milan. O line. Next step this is a a good story of closure for a friendly just down the road from us North Charleston. The family Matt army master Sargent Stanley Davis. Had a funeral for him the man in the master sergeant this week this Thursday a believe it was and he was one of the over 7700. Americans that were listed as missing in action still listed as missing in action many of them. Since the Korean War. And is he was captured taken pow and then later died and his remains were some that had been examined and were being held. Pending some DNA analysis and they were able to identify him and return him to South Carolina says his family can have some closure have a burial. And this is just in the touching part of the one of the his daughter is still alive in the last time she saw her father. She was twelve years old. And so all of these years later finally. You know she she gets his remains back so they can properly barbarian and have closure but. Just the way she explains about how first sixty years everywhere her mother when she was always look and you know he's he's missing he's still layer. Some player he's he's alive and he'll get home somehow for sixty to the day she died. That that Chad and while this type of stuff you know bring so much emotion to the surface for these families at least there's closure for them yeah. And so we just are are happy for this family down there in a North Charleston. Be able to have that. This week with the the return of of their loved one and their father. Master Sargent Stanley Davis US army. Back home in the sacred shelter on salute him right where it belongs amen. Half time. The stupid criminal act a Missouri man was taken into custody in Iowa on Tuesday after shooting of the car he believed held two kidnapped boys. 42 year old Matthew golden reportedly rammed a white man firing two shots into the driver's side door. Golden told authorities he believed the vehicle to be one recently described an AMBER Alert however place across the state we're looking for silver car. Not a white man whom. According to the news driver the man was not injured in two guns found angle vehicle along with marijuana he's been charged with assault intimidation of the dangerous weapon and marijuana was all about it's all about the details chuck and rarely is SSA as a as a you're good a good description an ink campaign attention that it's all in the details it truly is it truly is if you're gonna you're gonna go bowl heighten these. Funny. Oh boy our ride and other quick listen at the Tex finally had a couple attacks come in May before we get squeeze some of these info we get a break and I can't read that I guys Jim Gray and Elliott were ambushed by this individual. And there's no outright outraged by the gun grabbing progressives they're too busy worrying about two guys who got thrown out of Starbucks. And you know that's an interest. Boynton kind of something that you know I couldn't when we were talking about it. Where is everybody but why is it that win win one of us gets killed. It's it's another day and I was in another another breaking news story this week there was a homeowner we hear about home invasion teleconference as it is and I'll call 877. Home invaders and one was killed one was wounded the other we're scared away and two of the residents to the homeowners one misuse and and they are fifteen. In the other nine millimeter handgun. And in. Where where the protesters about that I mean surely that's that's unfair you shouldn't be able to defend your home that way there's no reason to have. And they are you know there's no reason for thirty round magazine because surely. You know no lightening it never gonna X have an experience where seven people now kick your door in in the middle of the night now never happened you know actually now it does. It deaths. So there's that. We only thing left now that's it man I think RA for commercial break we showed little sit facility here in talk about some North Korea stuff what is going on. Somebody help me understand. I'll try at least solid service one a 63 W Doherty check hinge on standby a standby. A caller ID. Britt had a little bit of that teen spirit there. John and check salute to service 1063 WORD. Glad to have you with this and now little shout out of people Lara list candidates in an app the word rapper catch and that web stream out be Yond. The FM signal reach were always glad to have you wanna remind you that though you may be hundreds of miles away that call in numbers toll free 1800. 3471063. Common sense retirement planning tax line 71307. And I give our eye contact info out because I need. Need. Validation not the most validation that somebody that might be able to offer some insight or just their opinions on what in the world is going to go over the last this past year past couple years we can and Communist North Korea stove we started see in the stuff initially with Japan. And things they were new and changing their constitution. To where they could employee offensive military forces rather than just recently defense that we've seen all this stuff that the US has been doing. The name calling them my buttons bigger than your Madden and it works stuff. And the missile tests and we're not even found that one nuclear simulator thing as we started seeing in the killing time yield for the North Korean blasts in their missile test and house rent a cable if that means if that you know. You know one hit LA or Cincinnati or Ohio or Dallas or he's in a kind of you know really researching into the staff and there were times members so they just did a tester you see breaking it's like oh man yet. Am I gonna go to sleep tonight and wake up to news alerts that. It's gone hot as this noticed that that the truce the cease fire is a summer and he happened yeah and I have even gone so far. Asked him honest just what I do me. Of looking at phases of the million and knowing a little bit about the weather on the peninsula from my time here fifteen months worth. Of thinking OK this time a year might be better than this for the phases of the man and if we were gonna do something of course we wine nice Dark Knight because we on the night in on this types of look at me you know wind. And then this week this week man. Headlines curry is expected to announce end of 68 year war. Next headline North Korea announces in two missile testing has trump sites. Big progress. Next headline. North Korean leader removes major nuclear sticking point which they go on that major sticking point would be maybe the north saint Anna we could be open to. US troops. Out of South Korea east's. Oddity about John Turner that's what I that's what I have been wonder what had happened all week is happen happen. On the outcome to speculate. All right. And pontificate. Or go ahead there eradicate. Bomb. Soul. With all the the the rhetoric. That the president has been spilling forth upon the the Twitter verse them. And then we find out recently bit the potential. CIA director mr. Mario. Slid over there for the cover of darkness around Easter weekend and Easter weekend in the dark everybody's Sunday isn't CIA direct interests. I'm new to us so he goes over there and slides open to a meeting with rocket man yeah. And then comes back and then all of a sudden. Things are changing. What it was said anatomy. Well to end in within that cabinet same time framer look in Kim took he is little training excursion is a little excursion over to China and what may. What happened there acting out change you know you know minus. And he's come and he's come to North Korean whom must via the app that's on the books out gonna stay at the hotel there. Well and it and may merely good maybe they'll have electricity and hot water 80% of the Tommy's lawyer today eight but you bring up a good question yeah what. What transpired. Between. In really I think the first big. Tangible thing was. Kim Jung Yoon going to China then I think that was a first down so what happened there and a that that precipitated all of this other staff because China had said in media press releases course state controlled media over there that. Basically. T North Korea Kim Jung on that hey if if you start something. If you started KJ use your ear on your op yep now if your attacks preemptively then that's a that's another matter but if you start something. You're on your own maybe there was some. Clarification clarification on exactly though what that meant. In the to what degree China might stand by their. Hermit kingdom puppet there but. You know I've been. I've been baffled by this always think of what change now is it some of the stuff that. For a long time now we've had. These red lines drawn. In places like Syria. And a lot of rhetoric. Andy and new president new code this new commander in chief comes in and yet that red line that the last president drew will you just crossed it. He didn't do anything about it that I I. So let's say the totality of the new administration yeah I mean not just a new president who we've got a new. Secretary of defense yet. But it we got who's been there done that got the T sure exactly. And then you've got. Bolton ambassador John Bolton now is. Chief security advisor and now you EU insert Pompeo and you will talk about them that before I lose my mind. All of these things it is what we say in law enforcement the totality of the circumstances yeah yeah could have led up to this yeah. And I think that in what I've noticed about the president is that he. He seems to pick people for specific tasks. So that's kind of a business. If it isn't true surprise truly so I need this mission accomplished so I'm going to ensure this person in this position in when that jobs none of that person comes out in the next mission I'm gonna put this person and yeah. So Pompeo coming out of issues. The CIA come to the State Department you know I I think that that that speaks volumes because that gives him an international voice and and then you've got ambassador Hayley yeah it. At the UN regardless though gotta what you think ever in LA as herb. Time as governor here in our man. You when's the last time we've really in and again the UN being what it is and I am no fan of the UN that. Did as she's there and slipping enabled over now pouring coffee on people once bitten in people's messes us up. He's your art show there are viewed and the other thing is is in a course here comes John Bolton you've mentioned now part of the team replacing. HR McMaster and Bolton is on the record B on interviews on radio and television talking about the North Korea situation and saying look at we we we definitely have or have the the right to self defense and that includes preemptive strikes go in there. And basically eat. A if a bunch of people are gonna die I'd rather see a bunch of dead north Koreans in South Koreans and a bunch of dead Americans. So let's couple all of that with what you talked about just previously with the Japanese. Restructuring their yeah constitution yeah. And then some the other Pacific rim nations yeah. 'cause you know we're not the only ones within reach there yet I think about me you've got Australia and who what course the Philippines and and door today the but the idea. Have the Harry IO president say there in the Philippines that guy. You know in the end of course she's got other nations out there that are not our allies that are certainly within that Asia pac region that would have an interest say eh Vietnam who we yard Mort. And friendly normalizing relations with. Get beyond the obvious. Bad history there about it. Yeah I have seen now this this week 'cause we're literally may in there were times where I was reading the news or whatever on a Friday night you know headlines and some things being released and some things may be a meg great website 38 north me and others in thanking. Man am I gonna wake up tomorrow and nurture economic going to be sit mayor. In the studios. You know reading headlines and watching television and talking with you out there about. Bombings instead everything all out or I'll I'll all out war over on the Korean Peninsula and you know and then you have. Foley I had gone to those games again in my mind. So here we are talking about this but still with a grain of salt. With a huge with a grain of salt that would fill out the back a year pickup truck yeah because. If history has told us anything is that the north Koreans will live now they will cheat. And again we've talked about many many times what they have done literally any killing and starving. Their own people to death. To get to the point that they are width. They're weapons systems aren't in again like they got it made that mad drunken dash across the DMZ. You know. If if he's 888 an average specimen of the condition of their military people it shows that even they who normally get taking care of are not. Getting as good as they might have gotten. In previous years because here comes as gathered in the NC go low level guy on the North Korean Army he's. He's full parasites. On me ask you this it's just popped. In my head. Maybe. Singer died doing what they need to do with their nuclear program because it's all over. In Iran right now. Because all that's seen up over there in Syria yet that's so hot mess right now so maybe they had they they made to date they achieved their objective yeah whatever they were doing yeah. And they should they shipped everything back over to I ran. And now they're like hey we're done so it doesn't matter what we do well you know I just kind of swerved into something their body. I've been identity is all up and when it comes to trying to take some analysis on the North Korean stuff that website and guys if he. Care about the situation 38 north dot organist of the numbers 38 north dot org. For good stuff on North Korea that. What the analysts that wrote an article for 38 north guy Stephen. Was talking about some dismay. The because this this willingness to Paul's this willingness to discuss these very large and and tricky issues. Is the cause they've gotten to the point that they've gotten everything they want them they they've got their weapons systems they've tested their missiles. They've got the the the warheads with the and a reasonable yield on a much now the last one was estimated at 200 particulates on typed yield nothing compared to what we've got bit. In certainly not brought out making calls a lot of problems. So. That could say an awful lot about why canceled capture more and stopped testing our because he can afford to stopped testing right now told fortune it's it's done. He he knows he's never gonna have the Cadillac. But he he's happy with a Honda he's happy with the Honda flatly that we are at you know the Hyundai. I don't. I still think that I ran in it again I'm nobody on the I'm not anybody in in geopolitical. Studies in but. I still think I ran as a big player in this thing Bolton has as always sets. And I'm just curious to see. What's going back and forth aren't on cargo ships. Out of some of these and as a country does that last warhead that they showed him looking at they're just just the smaller warheads sections and yet you can get that's in shipping container and apps out somewhere. And the economic issues in one of the writers with these couple articles I was looking at from 38 north talks about one of the things that. While the military build up in the nuclear weapon program very important Kim young gun. He cares a little more in their estimation about the internal economic situation. And his father and grandfather did. And economics is based on having some cash having money to pumping and things and provide some services and in trying to keep things gullible and flush with cash. Yeah Iran yeah they are charged with India we say well is sadly is lot of errors. We shut it off and them came back for however you wanna you know characterize that. And maybe you're right maybe he does care about the or not you believe whoever whoever wrote that he he cares about internal. Economics. But in order to have the GDP them you've got to have something. To sell them you've got to have some. Something that I got a hell marketplace you have to Hackett activity so well what do what what does North Korea have. Did anybody else would want and I'm asking out of ignorance because I've never been to Korea but what. You know what what north of the of the 38 parallel is. I'm still wait no one of those north Koreans Smartphones. You. Netscape that by the size of the sender or rather not have any. Every kid about debt that really when you look at the the weapons systems that they've developed and then most recently that that big one that they launched on a mobile launcher and every analyst that looked at that said OK that's not Chinese that's not Soviet culminate that's homemade they designed and sourced all that within the air their country. And even with all the restrictions without a moderate change in the sanctions and isolation and everything else. They were still able to date. Now they've only got two of them but yeah yeah yeah it's a little bit and I know what I breaks down the what the working on pushes the other Briton my question still though is what commodity does North Korea have that they could come into the marketplace with and say all right we're a viable. On the writing economic power and we wanna be part of the world stage yet but they've got some of the match for some of the cold stuff like that things they were done business with China on but it did exactly what other types of products are they manufacturing and exporting in an angry number. That that's a good question and even though so much of the documentaries I've seen an articles I've read I don't have an answer that. And hopefully I haven't I've been course researching more in the military in the the weapons things. Again this is absolutely fascinating and it is in its all. Even taking it with a big grain is so all of this is fantastic because. This year this year beats the heck out of us being at war with them and people Don. Yeah but I along shot absolutely this was not gonna be a he Syria kind of thing going to illustrate this was going to be a knife fight in a phone Booth kind of ugly and a Lotta Lotta people including American military. American civilians. Would die and you know maybe that's part of the equation maybe maybe he looked at this and said man. It doesn't do any good to beat the dictator of a country when there's no country when there's no country left so being in and that's something I've wondered as well as is like well. You know I've got what I've gotten better to be the day at the top dog and in the hermit kingdom and. Then I have no looking. Up in and maybe that's it but it is certainly fascinating and certainly going to be keep an idea. And I on this man it absolutely fascinating. And you know not shoot at each others is better than issued at each other say I'm off for this and if truck pulls a soft because of the consistent high pressure stuff like that. Yeah. Where squares his Nobel Peace Prize if all this country not military aviation from somebody who's a military aviator. Salute service 163 to be award you'll be right back. All right welcome back for we jump into this next topic gonna catch up on a few text messages here. Real quick. That Taylor's chick filet I'm assuming that's one on their away Hampton. Is honoring first responders today with every first responder getting a free meal. That so go do that says school yeah you thanks and those guys are how do you turn on preach a full you don't know you don't that's crazy talk. And response or any previous conversation. The north Koreans have people and John F you said that you know it's a labor pool. Yeah a lot of and a Leo a lot of the the articles I've read that's a great text. Yeah that a lot of revenue that they have been able to get is by sending people out. To work in countries and Africa the the Middle East. Other place probably Prussia. China and you know. I don't know if he'd college slavery indentured surge into whatever but they basically take in like of these people are gay and sent and they're gonna make light you know. Ten bucks a day or whatever well the North Korean regime takes you know nine dollars and fifty cents an act that. In the in the actual version is like fifty cents in May be their fame and it's in the Gilad didn't get. You know stood Panova any aircraft came in or something but that that is true that's Leo that is one way that they have. Made money for I don't know if he'd wanna say there economy but for the regime well and maybe it's it's an opportunity for South Korea I mean you look at although the industry in South Korea got Hyundai and you've got Samsung him in and various others. Am it if if relations kinda normal idea why would they not build plants of their music cheap labor exactly they can do some of that and that's something that there is one of the articles so on 38 north talks about that there are a lot. Annual hot of tricky issues to kind of work out with this whole thing you know going from a trees to an actual treaty ended the war thing security is she's. US troops airway can what do you do. But once those things coming get settled. One of the articles are read did mention about you know one of the things that could be very important to North Korea would be. And has been a very important part of bringing them two to this point. Discussion being willing to discuss these things are some of the diplomatic efforts that the South Korean government has done so it's been a full court press that the tough talk the iron fist in the velvet glove kind of thing from the US right China I mean and Japan. Say a year where we've we've got an iron fist in the velvet glove ourselves and we're gonna. You know change our constitution to be able to utilize it if we have stayed right and then whatever China told you know KJ you when he went to visit Beijing. But what you take on that out there were I mean. Yeah economies country's people have to make a living somehow producing providing something goods and services stuff like that and a key. Feature of this being able to proceed to a a sustained. State of peace even if he still had North Korea South Korea which probably will. The there's there's got to be some type of economic. Concessions made some type of things I think as as those people have to have. Something to do now surely there there's an awful lot that north South Korea could send north. But I think one of the things that the South Koreans would probably won't avoid is could they possibly use some of that labor and things like I'm I'm sure they probably could. But then you remember where we saw the reunification of east and west Germany. And Canada have shaken so at least there are some. Historical. Precedent precedence is day in and lessons to be learned about. When this type of thing happens a new age in another thing that did I mention that is AM. Is a very. It emotional part of this are the Felix. Where you have families that. Yeah worth. From North Korea and then you know cousins aunts uncles whatever fled south is refugees. Instead those families have been in South Korea for you know 6570 years. And when you watch aka police documentaries that I've watched you watch these people who are allowed to meet for like a day to that they'll bust some in places now have like a big. I go hotel kind of ballroom conference or that. In these feel they sit down and they in their shared a meal once and stuff like that because people are people man from deputy country you you wanna laugh if you wanna love you you have your ups your downs those that people are people. In you see these people there you know talking and they're they're they're hugging each other in the vote the laughter and and that the kisses in the him warm embraces us up. As they're sitting there sharing stories was an and then. The embraces that are the ones for you just don't want a Lago. And the tears streaming down these people's faces go well it's time for me to get on the bus and go back got a bathroom and I got to go back north you know. The good blogger what I had in its its its gut wrenching to see that kind of staff. So that there is a whole lot of play out and thank you text or person and that in and bringing up the the people that they keep the human. Element in all this and then another cold text what today is the 100 anniversary of aaron's Sanford bond Rick often Rick docs and yes. The red bear their Redman yeah this show was his final flight yet shut down and yeah there was a lot of controversy over how he was shot down and it turns out it was a Canadian with a rifle. Yet instead of illicit. Brown what was with the Canadian pilot's name I think that was initially saying he's yet to show and that determined it was. It was around crown fire flag early in camp got the got the mayor and how about that yeah and still I think holds the records. Holds the record for. Aerial. Yet he kills an aerial company did a lot of work in world war worn and eight you know the the fascinating thing for me about World War I is. Are referred to in his last humans work especially from an aerial combat standpoint not necessarily from the ground combat spam point but it. When the aviators for me to show I would crash if they crash you know behind enemy lines yes they would do you know do the deed. The other side against Aries the adversarial side would give them a a military standoff they would later make sure the body got back home war. Buried yet with you know honors yeah yeah soak it I think the aviators at that time looked at each other more as. Sports competitors. That is neat because they were matching skill yet. It is opposed to fighting a war yet. Well assets at this kind of that the night to the sky the whole show everything you have it's yeah that's interest and that's pretty much gone now. Are right. Hezbollah hit this aviation last segment sending an aviation chuck and John salute service one a 63 WORD. Be right back. You bat red white and blue all day every day 24/7 365 John and chuck batterer wrap this episode of salute to service up in all attacks like senator died about North Korea Zachary this unification thing somebody sent in a a pretty good text to. Maybe north and South Korea can be an example for the US and Mexico just kidding bad company corrupt good character she thought let's look. How does that I've put a positive spin on things you know and I are not yet I try to be good. In anyway nevermind yeah I wrap it up with a little aviation story lonely guy I'm actually gonna save til next week we don't have quite enough time to go into the without these incidences. In all the branches and then very recent incident with a 864 Apache helicopter went down at Fort Campbell. Saw this article. Omnia military times dot com web site. US army stops accepting a 864. So OK at that catches my attention anything's got Apache helicopter it's gonna catch it and especially dealing with safety concerns but the army has stopped taking deliveries of age 64. Helicopters. Because they've they've got a problem Anders. I love how they say this is is an area. We've looked at this and it's they've determined something to be a critical safety concern well what was that critical safety concern you might ask. It's a little bolt may be a not so little bull put a bullet compared the aircraft it's a small bolt small. Is a bolt is able you would think that may be you know not always. On 'cause this particular ball is called a it's what led. It keeps the regular stint at city is that it. Basically so a like the equity kiwis have in the single that day they keeps the rotor on and it was always referred to about pretty much everybody in. Flee Iran do you eases the Jesus now because if that that came off you better yeah finds Jesus way better than maybe you better thank you write that because you know the the lord will be the the next they sure gonna save ms. like. So at any rate the army's. You know saying look were. Gonna push back on Boeing and Ian do some research and it was a corrosion issue do you think of so many places. Where military bases are in coastal type issues yet heat humidity stuff like that and you know that corrosion as problem. So yes I did you know you feel you guys especially thank you know where I spend my last couple years and it an army airfield down there and lovely human. Savannah. Georgia and senate just fly over water line. What they did down there yeah I mean. I've I didn't now. A supreme and I was an I avionics weapons as its. Wash something that was bid decently not just food and water now not many idiotic GAAP yeah I heard that I avionics with with the tragedy that water away from everything they would be done in about. But you know Osama and again need you think about. The the rash of incidents is lately and you see something like this and will share the article next week about an army aviation officers says he's. He's got a figured out is still what's wrong and what needs to change the Saturday come and gone under the shown it can't thanks so much for join in this we'll see all again same bat time same bat channel. And as always if you can't be safe. The dangerous thanks for joining and his folks will see you next Saturday.
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