Warbird Radio Presents

Listen as history comes alive on Warbird Radio Presents. Meet the individuals who have helped shape history and those who are working hard to preserve our history today. Warbird Radio Presents features weekly in-depth interviews on subjects past and present. Whether it's a bombing missions over Europe in WWII or flying modern unmanned aerial systems in the global war on terror... it's all here on Warbird Radio Presents.

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Warbird Radio Presents – The Chief Chuck Teston Story (USAF Ret)

ChiefTestonWARBIRD RADIO – On this episode of Warbird Radio Presents, Retired USAF Chief Master Sergeant Chuck Teston shares some life lessons with WRL’s Matt Jolley.  Teston’s 31-year active duty career included being a Looking Glass flight crew member, academic instructor, first sergeant with the largest communications group in the Air Force, a Senior Enlisted Advisor at the wing and HQ level; superintendent of radio operations and a career advisor.  Along the way Chief Teston helped pursue the infamous D.B. Cooper and even became an inductee to the Air Force Communications and Information Hall of Fame in 2007.

As the Air Force Communications Command senior enlisted advisor, he visited units at 57 different locations and formed an effective Chief’s Group to enhance career progression of all enlisted personnel. After retirement and another 10 years as an industry telecommunications manager, he moved his family to Gulfport, Miss., where he was elected to the Gulfport City Council and served as President in 2003. A Gulf Coast Chamber of Commerce Centurion, he was elected president of the Orange Grove/Lyman Chamber of Commerce for 2007   (USAF Press Release) .  Thanks for tuning in!

USAF Photo by Kemberly Groue

 

 


Warbird Radio Presents – The Herb Stachler Story!

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WARBIRD RADIO PRESENTS – P-47 pilot Herb Stachler (100+ Missions & Distinguished Flying Cross) sits down with Matt Jolley for an in-depth conversation about his life as a fighter pilot.  Hear Herb’s story first hand and find out what it was like flying the P-47 over the skies of Europe.  Be sure and see the photo gallery below!  Thanks for tuning in.

EMAIL:  matt@warbirdradio.com

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Warbird Radio Presents – The Robert “Punchy” Powell Story

Punchy Powell seen here with his P-51B "The West By Gawd Virginian". Part of the airplanes hangs in his living room today.

WARBIRD RADIO PRESENTS – Robert “Punchy” Powell flew P-51′s and P-47′s in WWII with the famous 352nd Fighter Group in Bodney, Norfolk.  The Nazi’s nicknamed the 352nd The Blue Nosed Bastards because of their distinct blue nose paint jobs…and their pilot’s overwhelming accuracy.  Punchy fills us in on what it was like to fly the Mustang during D-Day and much more.  His story is one you’ll definitely want to listen to over and over again.

QUICK LINK:  The 352nd Fighter Group Association


Warbird Radio Presents – 100 Years of US Naval Aviation – Episode 3

Warbird Radio Presents - 100 Years of US Naval Aviation - Episode 3

WARBIRD RADIO PRESENTS – Join us as we celebrate 100 years of US Naval Aviation history and look back on this amazing century of flight.  Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum Curator of Modern Military Aviation, Dik Daso walks us through the hidden archives of their collection to see some of the unique Navy airplanes awaiting restoration.  The aircraft in this story not only helped shape US Naval Aviation history each of them represents a significant milestone in design and technical achievement.  For more information on the National Air and Space Museum just click on the Quick Link posted below.  Thanks for tuning in.

SHOW DEBUTS – 7/25/11 at 11:00am (EASTERN)

QUICK LINK:  Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum

EMAIL:  info@warbirdradio.com

100 Years of US Naval Aviation Photo Gallery – Episode 3



Warbird Radio Presents – 100 Years of US Naval Aviation – Episode 2

Warbird Radio Presents - 100 Years of US Naval Aviation - Episode 2

WARBIRD RADIO PRESENTS – Join us as we celebrate 100 years of US Naval Aviation history and look back on this amazing century of flight.  Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum Curator of Modern Military Aviation, Dik Daso walks us through some of the historic Japanese airplanes in their collection.  To truly understand US Naval aircraft (especially those from WWII) you must look at the aircraft they were up against.  The Japanese aircraft on display not only helped shape US Naval Aviation history…but  many of them are the only surviving examples in the world.  For more information on the National Air and Space Museum just click on the Quick Link posted below.  Thanks for tuning in.

SHOW DEBUTS – 7/11/11 at 11:00am (EASTERN)

QUICK LINK:  Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum

EMAIL:  info@warbirdradio.com

100 Years of US Naval Aviation Photo Gallery – Episode 2



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