Joe Pruzzo of the Castle Air Museum joins Dave to talk about this weekends Open Cockpit Day, the four new Aircraft Exhibits, and why the B-47 is such a popular and important airplane.
Yesterday’s episode included short selections from the popular music of the 1780’s that would have been played and danced to as General Washington and the others waited for the Philadelphia Convention to get underway. One of the two pieces has a modern cover by one of Dave’s favorite artists.
El Niño is a’coming! Or is it? If it is, will it end the drought, or just extend our political inertia to not solve the Water Management problem?
Memorial Day is upon us again. Dave recalls the loss of one of his good friends in the Navy during the First Gulf War. The memories also include the Indy 500, Grandpa, Uncle Mick, and the loss of USS Scorpion on this day in 1968.
The President opens his “Violent Extremism” summit at the White House by informing us that those Muslims who commit acts of violence are not Islamic. Is he correct? How can we test the issue to see?
John P. Craven died last week. He was a Navy Scientist who helped developed the Polaris Submarine Launched Ballistic Missile system which would eventually evolve into the TRIDENT I system on which Dave went to sea. Dr. Craven also helped find the USS Scorpion and the Soviet K-129 after each sank, and he knew pretty much everything that there was to know about the secrets of The Silent War.
The Ale Evangelist, Chris Dow, joins Dave to try and convince him that Beer is actually good. Will he succeed? Or does Dave resist his extremism in the name of Beer?