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The author is Joe Lee Burns, USAF Fighter Pilot & Colonel, USAF retired. They talk about ideal organizations, and successful organizations, and how they're organized, and the-um, what do they call it- the scope of control. "It is an honor and privilege to be working with him, and our clients will benefit greatly from his experience, knowledge, and guidance. And so she invited us down for a couple of days before we went back to New Mexico. And there were.,.1 think we had six officers playing on the team. I flew my last combat mission (to date, at least) on 1 September 1972. Umm,..Oh, and what was the worst thing?-about your military career? Later moved to Korat RTAFB, Thailand. Um, let's see...then, my next assignment was to Kunsan air Base in Korea. I bet you got really get close, I mean, in combat, you have to get really close. Yeah, (Laughs) yes, indeed. New about resiliency. Talk to you tomorrow. We also learned quickly what employment techniques needed to be changed/modified from our original training. LIEUTENANT GENERAL JOHN J. BURNS. She went by Jill. Jan 16, 2019. Joseph Burns, who has worked for the East Providence Fire Department for 24 years, was promoted late last month. Cool. Oh, yeah. We knew pretty much what we were in for and were more than willing to face the enemy on the battlefield of their choosing. One comment made I can completely identify with is the comment that one of you tears up with the “Star Spangled Banner”. Rereading this, I see an acceptance of fate or faith in ‘something’. (laughing), Oh, yeah, no kidding! But I, by God, stand up as tall as I can and salute – For the country – and always – for those who have given their life or their freedom in defense of our country. We are excited to welcome him to The Cohen Group team.". and they were, were they native Americans, er, I mean like, were they - they hadn't immigrated here from anywhere? (Pause) Well, because, he's a war-monger, I mean, that's what he does, that's what he did. (This is at the ‘military service’ level to my thinking). To some degree, in that remembering, how close we were. (you fill in the blanks).). And it’s not that I don’t think you understand, but I wanted to see if I could explain it to my own satisfaction. I can see their little helmets, and their goggles, I see 'em cranking the gun, and... And the flame, about this long (gestures with arms spread wide), coming out the front--I mean, I was really close. Um, Oh! It's huge! Like, what, I guess...what you're, well, just whatever you think was the best thing about it. Yeah, I do. If we were going to face death, we didn’t want to ‘buy the farm’ because of some non-combat, non-support, SOB in the rear echelon (or Wash DC). The Warrenpoint ambush, also known as the Narrow Water ambush, or instead called the Warrenpoint massacre or the Narrow Water massacre, was a successful guerrilla attack by the Provisional Irish Republican Army (IRA) on 27 August 1979. (still laughing) I thought you were gonna talk about some horrible country or something! Even a few from stateside training bases. If we got BARCAP, he didn’t talk to me for a couple of days. And that's in the flying part, and that was really the important part for me. Well, and that was it, I went cold turkey, and that's really about what it was. So I come up over the ridge, thinking the next one is when I'm gonna pull up. He is obviously ashamed of and enraged by U.S. history, a history replete with attempts to free people throughout the world. I was going over in my mind our interviews so far and felt I needed to clarify my sometimes getting emotional on certain subjects when on the phone. Oh, my gosh, that wasn't very long ago. Listen to a small snippet of CMSA... https://podcasts.apple.com/podcast/the-air-force-podcast/id1264107694?mt=2, Our mantra, "Always ready!" The Navy Department does not have a written policy regarding the requirements for the verification of a shoot down. 'Cause it, you just, find out about people. After landing, I remember seeing scorch marks around the small chemical electric power unit exhaust ports on the sides of the missiles. Always love each other, no matter what you say, or think, or say to somebody else. But then I got to thinking about it, and I use the sport analogy,uh, and I thought, well, (sighs) you know you...you can't, it doesn't mean you have to have served time in the military to be a sheepdog. 'Cause when I went overseas, they didn't go. Carrere schwanke zwischen einer „starken Actionfrau“ und einem Opfer; die meisten Charaktere seien schablonenhaft. and pride in being a small part of this honest, hardworking, goal-oriented team – the U.S. military. Joe Lee writes: 8/2/07 – why the 35th was a great squadron. Yeah, I was right, you know, up there toward the max, but, not a problem. The 35th was alerted and deployed to DaNang AB, South Viet Nam. The newest Air Force Podcast recently dropped. Joe Lee Burns: My name is Joe Lee Burns. So, you're, you know, you're...everybody's leaning forward in your chair, trying to do as good as you can, not, you know, you're not necessarily wantin' to be number 1, but you'd like to be in the top 10! Listen to the entire podcast on Youtube: Need some motivation to get your week started off right? uh, well, then there is the survival radio ‘execution ‘. Whether you’re at home or in com…, Supporting the Department of the Air Force Arctic Strategy. This includes both developing strategic business plans to help clients achieve their objectives and actively participating with clients in the execution of those plans. So, did you do (oh, I'm sorry). All they got from us, and all they wanted, was to see the looks on our faces as we were taken to safety. Or was it something else? . You and the rest of us get the same way and I am not ashamed of it at all. And had been hired by, I think it was General Electric, and so he was a, he was a light bulb salesman. Those deeds would never have been undertaken without confronting a dangerous, life-threatening, or life-saving situation and reacting to help or rescue someone or by preventing harm from befalling your friend, your teammate, your countryman. [Discussion of published vs. non-published material]. Thanks for sending the SHEEP, WOLVES, and SHEEPDOGS article. LC Beckers / Capt Huwe Balter 1 MiG-19 23 May ’72 AIM-7 one kill, Capt Beatty / Lt Sumner Balter 3 MiG-21 23 May ’72 20 MM Gun one kill, Maj Jon Lucas (34th TFS) / Lt Doug Malloy (35th TFS) Eagle 3 MiG-19 2 Sept ’72 AIM-7 (one half kill at the least). Lieutenant General Hooper also completed two attaché assignments in Beijing, including as U.S. Defense Attaché to China, serving for a total of 7 years in China. Certainly a slow burn. I was in the second group to go on 25 June. He had been in the China-Burma- India area, and when he came back, he decided he liked warm weather better than cold. . 1. He “led” by using fear and intimidation on his troops – not very effective. He did good...'cause he got to me a couple of times. Yeah, well I think if I were in a War, I'd wanna be driving something called a rhino! Gosh, that was beautiful over there. said acting Fire Chief Glenn Quick. Retired They could cut your heart out. But I tried to come up with a definition of sheepdogs that did not include wearing a military uniform. And then, uh...there was a decision on my part of how to egress the target area.