F-16 Fighter Pilot & Filmmaker Christopher Vasquez – Warbird Radio LIVE! – Thursday

F-16 Fighter Pilot & Filmmaker Christopher Vasquez - Warbird Radio LIVE!

THURSDAY – F-16 Fighter Pilot and Filmmaker Christopher Vasquez joins Matt Jolley on Warbird Radio LIVE!  Tune in this Thursday at 10am (EASTERN) and hear all the latest details on Christopher’s project “Magnificent Nation”.  A brief description and photo gallery are below:

At A Glance…

Magnificent Nation

124 Minute Fiction; Action + Drama

Balad, Iraq: Officers from both sides of the razor wire, one an Air Force fighter pilot and the other a former Iraqi Grenadier, merge in escalating conflict fueled by extremists. Each of the men fight as they’ve been trained until the more careful eyes of fatherhood illuminate a split-second opportunity to alter fate and define their magnificent nation.

Vasquez’ flight experience and US Air Force approved story “Magnificent Nation” merge with the cultural and production expertise of Iraqi film producer Furat Al Jamil as they collaborate to partner with top Studio talent and deliver an unprecedented cinema experience, transporting the audience to where modern combat aviation intersects millenniums-old culture.

QUICK LINK:  Magnificent Nation

STUDIO LINE:  478.787.4768

SKYPE:  warbirdradio

EMAIL:  matt@warbirdradio.com


Open Line Friday – Air Combat Command Speaks Out on Cut Backs – Warbird Radio LIVE!

The End of An Era - Warbird Radio LIVE! - Tuesday      (U.S. Air Force Photo by TSgt Ben Bloker)

FRIDAY – The United States Air Force Air Combat Command released a statement on Thursday outlining major cutbacks for single ship demo teams.  A representative from Air Combat Command will join Matt Jolley with the latest news on the decision during the Open Line Friday broadcast of Warbird Radio LIVE.  Call in and voice your comments and questions…  Show time is 10am (EASTERN).

STUDIO LINE:  478.397.5157

SKYPE:  warbirdradio

EMAIL:  matt@warbirdradio.com

ACC statement about reduction of single-ship demo teams in 2012
We face significant fiscal constraints and are making tough decisions about the best ways to continue providing combat airpower to warfighting commanders, which is what we do as the Air Force’s primary force provider.

One decision we’ve made is to sponsor one single-ship demonstration team for the 2012 air show season, scaling back from the six teams we’ve historically sponsored – A-10 East & West, F-16 East & West, F-15E and F-22.
For the 2012 season, we’re sponsoring our F-22 demonstration team to perform at up to 20 shows. In addition to the F-22 demonstration team, the Thunderbirds are set to complete a full season next year, and their schedule will be announced next week at the International Council of Air Shows conference.

Reducing the number of single-ship demonstration teams will allow us to reallocate more than 900 sorties to our wings so they can maximize their flying hours for combat readiness training, offsetting some of the reduction we’ve seen in flying hours. Most importantly, reallocating those sorties will provide an increase in more than 25 combat-ready fighter pilots – that’s a very good thing for our Nation and wise stewardship of our limited resources.

The opportunity to showcase our aircrew at air shows around the country is important – and we’re confident our Thunderbirds, F-22 demonstration team and Air Force Heritage Flight Foundation will continue highlighting the extraordinary work of all our Airmen.


Warbird Radio Special LIVE Event – F-16 Send Off Night! – Thursday – 8pm (EASTERN)

F-16 Pilot Send Off Night - Warbird Radio - Thursday - 8pm (EASTERN)

WARBIRD RADIO – We’re breaking away from our regular programming this Thursday evening to properly send off several soon to deploy F-16 pilots.  Call in and wish our guys well before they head off over seas.  The studio contact information is posted below.  The “send off party” starts here at 8pm (EASTERN) this Thursday night!

STUDIO LINE:  478.787.4768

SKYPE:  warbirdradio

EMAIL:  info@warbirdradio.com

BREAKING NEWS: F-16C Crashes Near Caliente, Nevada

WARBIRD RADIO – According to news release a U.S. Air Force F-16C Fighting Falcon aircraft crashed about 5:30 p.m. Tuesday  near Caliente, Nev. The F-16, from Nellis Air Force Base, was participating in an air-to-air combat training mission.  One person was on board. The individual’s condition is unknown at this time.  The accident is under investigation.  Stay tuned to Warbird Radio.com for more on this developing story.

EMAIL:  info@warbirdradio.com

Viper West Update – Warbird Radio LIVE! – Thursday – 10am (EASTERN)

The Viper West Demo Team - Warbird Radio LIVE! - Tuesday (U.S. Air Force Photo by TSgt Ben Bloker)

The Viper West Demo Team - Warbird Radio LIVE!

THURSDAY – We’re checking in with our friends in the Viper West F-16 Flight Demonstration Team.  Hear the latest news this Thursday morning at 10am (EASTERN) on Warbird Radio LIVE!  We’ll also be checking in with Chris Henry for a preview of this week’s Warbird Rescue Hour.  If you’d like to join the conversation just use the contact information posted below.  Thanks for listening!

QUICK LINK:  Viper West’s Website

STUDIO LINE:  478.787.4768

SKYPE:  warbirdradio

EMAIL:  matt@warbirdradio.com

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