Download: RNN – November 13, 2014
RNN – A Veteran’s Veteran
We are pleased to have Colonel Harding with us again. He’ll discuss post election ideas for Congress…Can they regain their rightful, honorable place in governance?…Ideas for impeachment of Obama…and…Veteran Status on fundraising for their benefit…what goes on!!…and at what cost??
Colonel James C Harding, USAF Retired
Colonel James C. Harding entered the Air Force in 1956 as a distinguished graduate of the Penn State University Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) program where he was also selected as the outstanding Air Force ROTC cadet. His military career covered a variety of flying assignments as well as command positions. He served as squadron commander for a 400 person unit at Lackland AFB and as an A-1 combat squadron commander in Southeast Asia.
He is a command pilot with nearly 5,000 hours of military single-engine flying time, and a master parachutist with 69 jumps. Colonel Harding was shot down by a SA-7 Surface-To-Air Missile (SAM) while directing a rescue mission in Vietnam in 1972. United States Army helicopters rescued him after he successfully evaded North Vietnamese troops. While on the ground, Colonel Harding used his survival radio to direct the rescue of his wingman, who had also been shot down on the same rescue mission.
Continuation of Colonel Harding’s Bio
Join Host Bob Barnet
6:00 Pac/9:00 East