The cold war ended. The old communist guard is gone and has been replaced by organized crime. The spokesperson for this movement is Vladimir Putin. But it seems to me that he isn’t much worse than our crew, at least some days. Watch This one on PBS by clicking here
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I’ve been up a mountain or two and I was here in Oregon when Mt. St. Helens blew a gasket, but this would ruin your trip. How do you say “Oh S**t” in Japanese?
KGB is the Russian abbreviation of Committee for State Security Komitjet Gosudarstvjennoj Bjezopasnosti, which was the official name of the umbrella organization serving as the Soviet Union’s premier security agency, secret police, and intelligence agency, from 1954 to 1991.
This explains their operations in the United States. How infiltrated were we? They were doing their job pretty well.
Nukes in Space is a documentary about the early nuclear ballistic missile programs narrated by William Shatner. It talks about near space testing, which nobody has heard about until lately. This is a good documentary about the nuclear arms race and the cold war.
Your tax dollars at work. It’s DARPA’s robotic canine. Drones didn’t used to be armed either.
Beachhead to Berlin is a 1945 film about the D-day landings shot by Coast Guard photographers. It centers on the activities of the Coast Guard on D-day and has some really good Technicolor footage of the invasion.
This episode of the WWII documentaries series The Big Picture tells about the life of General George Patton. It’s narrated by Ronald Reagan.