MARC YOUNGQUIST has over 40 years experience in the military, law enforcement, and the investigative field. Marc served for six years in the United States Marine Corps, with four years on active duty all over the Western Pacific. After retiring from law enforcement, Marc enlisted in the Army Reserve, and later transferred to the Army National Guard. During this time he served in Panama, the Dominican Republic, as 9/11 airport security, and finally in Western Baghdad.
March 6, 2019 Eastern Connecticut State University 3 to 4 PM.
Profits from the book will be going to a local military charity.
CRIS Radio will be providing the recording facility and coaching needed to produce the audio book, and they will receive the profits from the sale of the audio book that Marc currently recording.
Through the 50s and 60s we fought the Cold War and eventually won. Numerous bases across the country and the world were no longer needed. They had served their purpose. Brunswick Naval Air Station in Maine is one of them. At the height of the cold war Navy patrol bombers flew out of Brunswick tracking the Soviet subs in the Atlantic. Some were equipped with nuclear torpedoes. Some of the photos of BNAS are in the photo section. There is the loading dock where the weapons arrived and the storage bunkers and security tower.
More information is coming out concerning the burn pits and chemical exposure to U.S. troops overseas and at state side locations. Make sure you register with the VA just in case down the road a problem develops. There are still concerns about some of the Anthrax injections but the VA is not recognizing a problem at this time. Remember that it took the VA years to admit that Agent Orange was a making people sick.