Cold War Radio #155

Posted: January 28, 2015 in Uncategorized
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As China Plans for War, the US Renames its Battle Plan

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Show Notes:

Muslim Brotherhood-Aligned Leaders Hosted at State Department

As China Plans for War, the US Renames its Battle Plan

The President’s ‘Yo Mama’ Diplomacy

7 Facts About America’s Disability Check Explosion

Today in Cold War History
1964 – An unarmed United States Air Force T-39 Sabreliner on a training mission is shot down over Erfurt, East Germany, by a Soviet MiG-19.The occupants of the aircraft were Lieutenant Colonel Gerald K. Hannaford, Captain Donald Grant Millard and Captain John F. Lorraine. All three died,[4] becoming some of the few confirmed direct casualties of the Cold War in Europe.
1980 – USCGC Blackthorn collides with the tanker Capricorn while leaving Tampa, Florida and capsizes killing 23 Coast Guard crewmembers. Damage to the Blackthorn from the initial impact was not extensive. However, Capricorn ’​s anchor was ready to be let go. The anchor became embedded in the Blackthorn ’​s hull and ripped open the port side above the water line. Then as the two ships backed away from each other, the chain became taut. The force of the much larger ship pulling on it, caused Blackthorn to tip on her side until she suddenly capsized. Six off-duty personnel who had mustered when they heard the collision alarm, were trapped inside the ship. Several crew members who had just reported aboard tried to escape and in the process trapped themselves in the engine room. Though 27 crewmen survived the collision, 23 perished. The marine board determined that the cause of the collision was the failure of both vessels to keep well to the side of the channel which lay on each ship’s starboard (right) sides.
1981 – Ronald Reagan lifts remaining domestic petroleum price and allocation controls in the United States helping to end the 1979 energy crisis and begin the 1980s oil glut.
1982 – US Army general James L. Dozier is rescued by Italian anti-terrorism forces from captivity by the Red Brigades. For more than a month, Dozier’s right wrist and left ankle were chained to a steel cot, which was placed under a small tent. He was also forced to live under the “never-extinguished glare of an electric bulb.” Dozier’s captors also required him to wear earphones and listen to loud music. NOCS (a special operations unit of the Italian police) successfully carried out his rescue from an apartment in Padua, without firing a shot, capturing the entire terrorist cell.
1985 – Supergroup USA for Africa (United Support of Artists for Africa) records the hit single We Are the World, to help raise funds for Ethiopian famine relief.
1986 – Space Shuttle program: STS-51-L mission – Space Shuttle Challenger explodes after liftoff killing all seven astronauts on board.

Canadian Muslim group funnelled $300K to Hamas-linked charity: Documents

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