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Vietnam veteran and first Secretary of Homeland Security Tom Ridge gives Lou his list of favorite war films.
President Kennedy even enlists the help of James Bond creator Ian Fleming in trying to devise a way to assassinate Cuba's Fidel Castro.
Retired submarine Commander Capt James Campbell discusses the future of submarines in America's strategic arsenal.
Vietnam veteran and first Secretary of Homeland Security Tom Ridge has some advice for people looking for ways to support our veterans.
Vietnam veteran and first Secretary of Homeland Security Tom Ridge describes some of the duties of the Department of Homeland Security in addition to overseeing
Vietnam veteran and former Pennsylvania Governor Tom Ridge tells Lou how he worked with the Hollywood film community as first Secretary of Homeland Security.
Perceived as America's most important export, the US government goes to great lengths to root out Communists in Hollywood.
Retired submarine Commander Capt James Campbell talks about his favorite submarine movie, Das Boot.
With just tourist maps and two objectives, Rangers on their first combat jump land in Grenada at daybreak and subdue Russian and Cuban forces on the Caribbean
The Rangers are tasked with securing strategic points and making a show of force in Afghanistan in Operations Rhino and Anaconda.
Neil Armstrong needs to use his extensive piloting skills to safely land on the moon after autopilot leads him to the brink of disaster.
Not just a tremendously gifted pilot, Howard Hughes was an aviation visionary who knew that the future of travel was in the sky.
Wernher von Braun uses the sudden urgency of space exploration, the creation of NASA, and his genius to design the rocket that will take man to the moon.