Page 1

7PMVNFt/VNCFSt/PW 

Serving Active and Retired Military, DoD Workers and Civilians for More Than 40 Years

www.militarypress.com

STILL

THERE E

FR TA K E E O E N !

Lurking in the shadows


NOW PLAYING EXCLUSIVE!

YOU CAN SEE THIS FILM IN CALIFORNIA ONLY AT THE

• 92 aircraft and helicopters • 55 ships • 22 nations • 1 incredible film! Admission includes all of the Fleet's interactive exhibits and the film. Purchase tickets at local military ticket offices, the Fleet Science Center ticket counter or online at fleetscience.org.

(619) 238-1233

RAVE REVIEWS “ … Heaving catapults , the high-pitched whine of turbine engines, tailhooks snagging arresting cables: It’s all here.” —Air & Space Smithsonian

“… stunning aerial wide shots, unbelievably up-close footage of flight deck approaches and launches, and cutting-edge cutaway graphics …” —Military.com

“… this is a beautiful and reverent visual and sensory experience that does a better job than any Hollywood movie of showing naval aviation at its most remarkable.” —TheAviationist.com

FLEETSCIENCE.ORG


STILL THERE HOW OBAMA IS FUNDING THE ANTI-TRUMP RESISTANCE

By Paul Sperry | New York Post

W

all Street might be shocked to learn it is helping bankroll the anti-Trump “resistance� movement that’s aggressively fighting policies it favors — including corporate tax cuts and the repeal of Obama-era banking and health-care regulations. The Obama administration’s massive shakedown of Big Banks over the mortgage crisis included unprecedented back-door funding for dozens of Democratic activist groups who were not even victims of the crisis. At least three liberal nonprofit organizations the Justice Department approved to receive funds from multibillion-dollar mortgage settlements were instrumental in killing the ObamaCare repeal bill and are now lobbying against GOP tax reform, as well as efforts to rein in illegal immigration. An estimated $640 million has been diverted into what critics say is an improper, if not unconstitutional, “slush fund� fed from government settlements with JPMorgan Chase and Co., Citigroup Inc. and Bank of America Corp., according to congressional sources. The payola is potentially earmarked for third-party interest groups approved by the Justice Department and HUD without requiring any proof of how the funds will be spent. Many of the recipients so far are radical leftist organizations who solicited the settlement cash from the administration even though they were not parties to the lawsuits, records show. “During the Obama administration, groups committed to ‘revolutionary social change’ sent proposals and met with high-level HUD and Justice Department officials to try to get their pieces of the settlement pie,� Cause of Action Institute vice president Julie Smith told The Post. Some of the chosen beneficiaries are now actively militating against the Trump administration and its policies, including:

The National Council of La Raza

The Hispanic-rights group strenuously protested the Republican-led “skinny� repeal of the Affordable Care Act after receiving at least $1.5 million from the Obama regime’s bank settlement funds, congressional researchers say. The notoriously radical organization, which advocates on behalf of illegal immigrants, argued the Trump proposal would have a “harmful impact� on the Hispanic community, including stripping potentially “8 million Latinos� of medical coverage. “The Latino community cannot afford a repeal of the ACA,� La Raza warned its members, while encouraging them to fight the legislation in email alerts. In July, the group held a large rally to protest the repeal effort in Arizona — GOP Sen. John STILL THERE, continued on Page 8

1960

remember when...

In this issue t&OUFSUBJONFOU 2 t4QPSUT 4 t.JMJUBSZ/FXT 5 t3FNFNCFS8IFO 6 t8F4VQQPSU0VS5SPPQT 9 t+VTUGPS-BVHIT 10 t$MBTTJGJFET1V[[MFT 11

'PSBEWFSUJTJOHJOGPSNBUJPO DBMM  tBEWFSUJTJOH!NJMJUBSZQSFTTDPN

CAN PERRYMAN GIVE CHARGERS A BOOST?

Page 4

/PW 1


THE U.S. SPYMASTER OF KOREA Donald Nichols cracked the north’s regime as the ‘King of Spies’

‘Lord of the Rings’ on TV?

Earlier this month, news broke that Amazon was trying to close a deal to bring J.R.R. Tokien’s “The Lord of the Ringsâ€? to life as a television series, and By Elise Cooper | MilitaryPress now it looks like it’s actually going to happen. Amazon has announced that “King of Spies: The Dark Reign and Ruin it has acquired the TV rights for the of an American Spymaster in Koreaâ€? by book series, with a multi-season comBlaine Harden delves into the black-ops life mitment. But the twist is that this will of Donald Nichols during, before and shortapparently be a prequel to “The Lord of ly after the Korean War. This biography the Rings,â€? rather than the story audiallows readers to understand the current ences already know so well. conflict with North Korea and the necessary “‘The Lord of the Rings’ is a culsteps taken to handle the Kim dynasties tural phenomenon that has captured through the decades. The regime’s DNA has the imagination of generations of not changed, as it is still the same system of fans through literature and the big torture, rape and murder. screen,â€? Sharon Tal Yguado, head of Although Nichols did not have much scripted series at Amazon Studios, of a formal education, and his trainsaid in a statement. ing was limited to a short course on spy “We are honored to be working with techniques, nevertheless he rose through the Tolkien Estate and Trust, Harpthe ranks from sergeant to major. His A new book about Donald Nichols shows how the airman became the “King of Spiesâ€? in Korea. erCollins and New Line on this excitexpertise as a master spy came from iming collaboration for television and are mersing himself with knowledge of the cers and airmen, 200 South Korean intel- reported only to the general of the 5th Air thrilled to be taking ‘The Lord of the inner-workings of the North Korean gov- ligence officers and more than 700 agents Force, Earle Everard ‘Pat’ Partridge. For comprised of defectors and refugees from his accomplishments, Air Force generals Rings’ fans on a new epic journey in ernment and military. gave him an abundance of praise, promoMiddle Earth.â€? “He was an unbreakable war hero whose North Korea. The Air Force brass quickly recognized tions and medals.â€? Given the rather extensive attention creativity and energy as a spymaster His accomplishments included helpdirection Peter Jackson gave to “The helped save countless lives in a confused him as “the best intelligence agent in the Lord of the Rings,â€? not to mention “The and bloody war,â€? Harden said of Nichols. Far East.â€? Nichols was given open-ended ing to find weaknesses in the Soviet tank, Hobbit,â€? it’s not unreasonable to ask “He operated beyond the bounds of legal- authority to gather intelligence and con- earning him a Silver Star, salvaging a Soviwhy Amazon would want to walk down ity and morality. He was a superspy with a duct sabotage, demolition and guerrilla et MIG-15, and then finding the electronic secrets on how it worked. This informaoperations behind enemy lines. this path in the first place. (The same dark side.â€? Harden emphasized how “U.S. Air Force tion was sent to commanders, who helped could be said for audiences.) Part of it is During his clandestine 11-year career, Amazon Studios’ newfound focus, with he developed his own base, secret army generals depended on Nichols just before, to redesign and modify the U.S. F-86 to Jeff Bezos himself reportedly asking the and rules. Within Korea, there were three during, and immediately after the Korean better equip them during an air fight. Hardin recounts in the book how in the division to focus more on big, prestigecenters of intelligence: the emerging CIA, War. He broke codes, found weaknesses worthy shows with global appeal, simiarmy intelligence, the largest outfit, and in enemy tanks and jets and identified early days of the conflict as the Amerilar to “Game of Thrones.â€? NICK, created by Nichols where he super- most of the targets destroyed by American SPYMASTER, continued on Page 12 In the statement announcing the vised up to 58 American intelligence offi- bombs in North Korea. During the war he news, the company clarifies that the new show will “explore new storylines preceding J.R.R. Tolkien’s ‘The Fellowship of the Ring,’â€? with a potential spinoff series also included as part of the deal. That means Amazon is going to be making a prequel to the classic tale of SUPPORT MILITARY FAMILIES IN NEED THIS HOLIDAY SEASON! Frodo Baggins, offering Amazon plenty of leeway to create its own characters and take on the world. If Amazon is looking for an opportunity to add the sex, violence, and soap opera drama to Tolkien’s world that have made shows ADOPT A FAMILY Your group or organization can like “Game of Thronesâ€? so successful, this kind of approach would certainly adopt one of the over 100 families we will help this year. offer the opportunity. While Amazon hasn’t revealed how NOMINATE If you are, or know of, a family in need, go much it ultimately paid for the rights to to SpiritOfSharing.org and click on “How to Get Help.â€? the “Lord of the Ringsâ€? universe, a reSOS helps to provide assistance to our local military service members and port from Deadline earlier this month their families during the holiday season. We are 100% volunteer based and all of our efforts are funded solely by donations from the community. claimed that Amazon, Netflix and HBO SOS has no overhead so 100% of your donation goes directly to help the were all originally approached about the service members and their most precious assets — THEIR FAMILIES! project, with the rights alone priced in Contact us today to help make a difference: the $200 to $250 million range, which ÄˆÄ‡Ä€ÄĄÄˆÄ‚Ä‡ÄĄÄ‰Ä Ä€Ä€Ĺ?Ä‘Ĺ?333Ä‹,%.%0"$.%*#Ä‹+.# +*0%+*/Ĺ?.!Ĺ?#.!0(5Ĺ?,,.!%0! Ĺ?* the site notes would make it about as exMail check or money order to: Spirit of Sharing 100% TAX DEDUCTIBLE! pensive as Amazon’s entire acquisition 1361 Rocky Point Drive, Oceanside, CA 92056 of Washington Post, if accurate. XXXNJMJUBSZQSFTTDPNtOFXT!NJMJUBSZQSFTTDPN 2/PW 

17TH ANNUAL ADOPT A MILITARY FAMILY CAMPAIGN

DONATE  É„ĆŒÉ„É„ĆŒÉ„   É„ĆŒÉ„ É„ĆŒÉ„ 


THREE VETS REUNITE IN EMOTIONAL ‘LAST FLAG FLYING’ By Jeri Jacquin | MilitaryPress

In theaters from writer/director Richard Linklater and Amazon Studios is a journey bringing the past and the present together for the “Last Flag Flying.� It is 2003, and Larry Shepherd (Steve Carell) walks into the bar of Sal Nealon (Bryan Cranston), who at first doesn’t recognize him. Eventually, Sal realizes he is talking to Doc, a man he served with during the Vietnam War. They are both happy to see one another. After a night of drinking, he asks Sal to join him on a little adventure. That leads both men to the doorstep of a church run by Rev. Mueller (Laurence Fishburne), much to the amusement of Sal. When the three have dinner with the reverend and his wife, Doc asks the two men if he will go with him to retrieve the coffin of his son who was recently killed in Iraq. Absolutely stunned, the two men agree, and on their trip, the discussion of what happened to the three of them in Vietnam is hinted at. Arriving at Dover Air Force Base, Doc learns from Larry’s buddy Washington (J. Quinton Johnson) how his son died. That changes everything, as Doc decides to take his son home for burial much to the aggravation of Col. Wilits (Yul Vazquez). It is on the train ride home that Sal and Mueller talk about what happened in Vietnam, Doc keeps himself together and Washington escorts Larry home. The 30 years between Vietnam and Iraq brings about conversations that needed to be had and closure to souls wounded by it all. Some friendships go on forever. Carell as Doc is absolutely stunning and that’s the only word for it. There isn’t a lot of dialogue for his character, but then again, I wouldn’t expect there not to be. Every emotion that pours out of Carell is heartbreaking and endearing in different ways. As a man who has lost a son, it isn’t the only thing he has lost in his life. There doesn’t seem to be a resentful bone in his body, and even when he shows a moment of anger, it is justified. Fishburne as Mueller is a reverend who has embraced a different life. Once a wild

Laurence Fishburne, Bryan Cranston and Steve Carell take audiences on an emotional roller coaster in “Last Flag Flying.�

Marine, he is now a settled man with a wife who holds him true to the collar he wears. There are moments where Fishburne completely lets loose, and they send the audience into fits of laughter. When he embraces his faith, he reaches out to Doc and shakes his head at Sal. Cranston as Sal is completely out of control! He doesn’t like it when people play games, believes in shooting straight from the hip and doesn’t give a damn if he drinks from dusk till‌ well, dusk again. Thrilled to be with his Vietnam buddy Doc, he is shocked to discover the life that Mueller chose after their time in war. He calls everything out, embraces the insanity of life and finds that he has been missing out once he gets his hands on a cell phone. As Carell is the emotion of the film and Fishburne is the spiritual guide, Cranston is all the chaos with no filter in between the two men, and he rocks it from start to finish. Johnson as Washington is a young soldier who is trying to do what is right both as Larry’s best friend and as a Marine. He gets to know Doc, Mueller and Sal, which

helps him understand so much more about being a soldier. Vazquez as Wilits is a man on his own mission who clearly doesn’t understand what being a parent is all about. Other cast include Deanna Reed-Foster as Ruth, Graham Wolfe as John Redman, Jeff Monahan as O’Toole, Richard Robich-

aux as Anorak and an appearance by the wonderful Cicely Tyson. “Last Flag Flying� is an emotional roller coaster, and I am not kidding. One minute the audience is laughing so hard that they are crying to the next minute of crying so LAST FLAG FLYING, continued on Page 12

PRICES START AT JUST $489,900

East County’s Premier Builder Presents Mary Street 1025 Mary Street, El Cajon, 92021 3 to 5 bedrooms Low HOA No Mello-Roos Efficient tank less water heaters Centrally located Quick frwy access Close to all shopping needs

16 NEW HOMES IN EL CAJON! These family homes feature a single story floor plan and two story “Flex� plan C that gives you a choice to make your home what you want and what you need! This featured home (plan C) offers a choice of 4 bedrooms with large family room – OR – 5 bedrooms with a loft. This home has a beautifully appointed expansive kitchen, interior laundry room with cabinets and folding counter, large master suite with walk-in closet. Finished, full size, two-car garage with extra storage area.

Sales office open Sat. – Wed., 10–5 p.m. Call anytime (619) 375-8114 email sales@DPHomes.com www.DPHomes.com BRE# 00805767 'PSBEWFSUJTJOHJOGPSNBUJPO DBMM  tBEWFSUJTJOH!NJMJUBSZQSFTTDPN

/PW 3


MEBANE: TACKLING KEY TO DEFENSIVE SUCCESS CHARGERS REPORT

by Art Garcia Jr.

Perryman returns after ankle injury Entering a bye week with a record of 3-5, the Los Angeles Chargers have a number of voids to fill if they have any hope of getting into the post season. One area in particular is their run defense, which ranks 31st at the midpoint of the season. As the team prepared to face the Jaguars, MP reporter Art Garcia Jr. caught up with nose tackle Brandon Mebane to ask him a few questions. Art Garcia Jr.: This is your 11th year in the NFL — can you believe you’ve been in the league this long? Brandon Mebane: Yes. I’ve always set high goals for myself as far as playing this game, and I’m thankful for the man upstairs — I thank God for letting me play this long. AG: You guys were on a three-game win streak before losing to the Patriots last

Chargers nose tackle Brandon Mebane says the defense must make tackles to fight against the run if the team hopes to post wins in the second half of the season.

week, how is the team doing right now? BM: We’re doing pretty good right now. We’re just preparing for the Jacksonville Jaguars. They have a pretty good team, and they do some things pretty well that we have to try and stop.

Got a car? Got some free time? Drive with Call 844-736-9577

AG: It looks like you’ll be facing a tough one this week in rookie running back Leonard Fournette — he looks like the real deal? BM: Yeah he’s a pretty good running back. So the thing is, is you can’t let him get going because he’s the real thing. AG: The defense has struggled against the run and has been ranked near the bottom of the league all year. What is the key to improving your run defense? BM: I think the main thing is to get things locked down and to go out and make tackles — just make tackles, have everybody play their gaps and do their job, get off blacks and pursue the ball carrier. AG: Do you think that could be one of the problems — guys not disciplined in playing their gaps and maybe over compensating for someone else? BM: No, I don’t agree with that. I think we all collectively just have to tackle. AG: How happy are you to be playing under Gus Bradley again? BM: I love playing under Gus Bradley because it’s the same system I’ve pretty much played in my entire career — so I love playing in this system. AG: In addition to getting some rest over the bye week, the defense gets Denzel Perryman back on the field for the first time this season. How great is that? BM: Yeah, Denzel is a great football player, a great person and we’re happy to have him back. So he’s going to go in there and we can’t wait to see him make some plays.

Perryman’s return

4/PW 

during their three-game win streak. Secondly, it gives the players time to rest up and heal before retaking the field for the final eight games of the regular season. And third, as mentioned previously, middle linebacker Denzel Perryman was activated from the Reserve/Injured-Designated to Return list and will see his first action of the season against the Jaguars. A second-round pick out of the University of Miami in 2015, Perryman missed the first half of this season due to an ankle injury he suffered in the first preseason game this year. Perryman’s return should give the defense an immediate boost both mentally and physically. Since becoming a starter halfway through his rookie year, Perryman quickly earned the respect of his teammates through both his leadership and the tough, physical play he displayed on the field. Per Zach Aulakh (Pro Football Focus), Perryman finished his rookie year with high marks — his overall grade of 82.4 ranked 15th at his position and his 18.3 runstop percentage was top-rated amongst all linebackers. Although his production slipped slightly his second season, his runstop percentage of 9.4 percent did remain among the top 20 inside linebackers in 2016. He also made an improvement defending the pass, going from 1.13 yards per coverage snap allowed as a rookie, to 0.96 in his second year. Prior to the Jaguar game, the Chargers rush defense was second-worst in the NFL, ranked No. 31, allowing a whopping 135.1 yards per game. Although the defense is ranked No. 8 in both passing (201.9 yds. per gm) and points (19.0 pts. per gm), respectfully, they sit in the middle of the pack for total defense with a No. 19 ranking (337.0 yds. per gm).

The bye week couldn’t have come at a better time for the Chargers. First, it gives the team some time to regroup, study both the successes and the mistakes they made over the first half of the season and develop a successful game plan where they capitalMEBANE, continued on Page 8 ize on the positive aspects they displayed XXXNJMJUBSZQSFTTDPNtOFXT!NJMJUBSZQSFTTDPN


Vets can now shop online at exchanges Beginning this Veterans Day, Nov. 11, military exchanges gave about 18.5 million veterans worldwide and their families a little something special: tax-free online shopping for life. Until now, only those on active duty, in the National Guard, the Reserves, retirees and those who were 100 percent disabled could shop online. This highly anticipated change by the Department of Defense grants online exchange shopping privileges to our nation’s brave veterans. Tom Shull, Army & Air Force ExThe aircraft carriers USS Ronald Reagan, USS Theodore Roosevelt and USS Nimitz transit the Western Pacific. The strike groups were underway and conducting operations in change Service director and CEO, international waters as part of a three-carrier strike force exercise. | U.S. Navy photo by Lt. Aaron B. Hicks whose idea was to expand the online shopping benefit to honorably discharged veterans, said this marks the first change to the Department of Defense Armed Services Exchange Regulation that governs who receives During his trip, Trump struck a tough allies, including Japan, of trying to “eslimited and full privileges at Ameritone on North Korea, calling for an end calate the military tension and increase can military installations since 1990. to its nuclear program and saying “we arms race in the region with each passThe policy currently covers 12 milhope to God we never have to U.S.e� the ing day.� lion active-duty members and retirNorth Korean government officials military strength the U.S. has on the Koees. About 18.5 million veterans will rean Peninsula. be eligible to shop online. CARRIERS, continued on Page 8 Pyongyang accU.S.ed the U.S. and its Their spouses and children, estihree U.S. Navy aircraft carriers mated at 10 million, can benefit input on show of strength in the directly as the veterans can shop for Western Pacific Ocean over the them. Shull said the AAFES’ customer weekend, the first time three of base could swell up to 40 million custhe 100,000-ton behemoths have sailed tomers once the change takes effect. together in a decade. “We are delighted to extend this The U.S.S. Ronald Reagan, U.S.S. benefit to all veterans that served honTheodore Roosevelt (homeported in orably,� Shull said. “Our veterans now San Diego) and U.S.S. Nimitz and their have the opportunity to shop for namulti-ship strike groups are participattional brands at a significant discount ed in four days of excercises. of 20 to 30 percent at our brick-and“Multiple carrier strike force operamortar stores, (known as PXs and tions are very complex, and this exercise BXs) and with our online shop.� in the Western Pacific is a strong testa“We are proud to support this new ment to the U.S. Pacific Fleet’s unique DoD policy, and are honored to offer ability and ironclad commitment to our NEX online privileges to our nathe continued security and stability of tion’s deserving military Veterans. It the region,� Adm. Scott Swift, the comis one small way to thank those who mander of the U.S. Pacific Fleet, said in have served,� said Rear Adm. Roba statement. ert J. Bianchi (Ret.), Navy Exchange A South Korean Defense Ministry ofService Command’s chief executive ficial said the three U.S. carriers held officer. drills on either side of the waters sepa“The Navy Exchange gives back rating the Korean Peninsula and Japan. 100 percent of our profits to our Exercises closest to the Korean coast sailors and their families through involved U.S. and South Korean ships, contributions given to Navy Morale, while those closest to Japan involved Welfare and Recreation for quality U.S. and Japanese ships, the official said. of life programs and NEX store inThe presence of the three-carrier flofrastructure. Therefore, we look fortilla in Pacific waters is seen as a signal ward to expanding our customer base to North Korea that the U.S. will not be of online shoppers, which will in turn intimidated by Pyongyang’s continued help grow our merchandise assorttesting of nuclear weapons and ballistic ment and continue to strengthen our missiles. ability to provide dividends for base “We sent three of the largest aircraft MWR programs.� carriers in the world (to the Korean PenThe Army & Air Force Exchange insula) and a nuclear submarine is also can be found online at www.shopmypositioned,� President Donald Trump said after his arrival in South Korea last exchange.com. The Navy Exchange week. is at www.mynavyexchange.com. 'PSBEWFSUJTJOHJOGPSNBUJPO DBMM  tBEWFSUJTJOH!NJMJUBSZQSFTTDPN /PW 5

3 carriers flex their muscle near Korea Pacific exercise is first in more than a decade

T


‘In preparing for battle, I have always found that plans are useless but planning is indispensable.’ Dwight D. Eisenhower 34th U.S. President Served Jan. 20, 1953 – Jan. 20, 1961

Richard Nixon 36th U.S. Vice President Served Jan. 20, 1953 – Jan. 20, 1961

World events

d Nixon participate John F. Kennedy and Richar

dent Syngman Rhee on April 19, eventut Jacques Piccard and Don Walsh descend ally leading him to resign from that office. t Several Soviet surface-to-air missiles into the Mariana Trench in the “Trieste� shoot down an American Lockheed U-2 on Jan. 22, reaching the depth of 35,797 feet and become the first human beings to spy plane May 1. Its pilot, Francis Gary Powers of the Central Intelligence Agency, reach the lowest spot on Earth. is captured. t The first CERN particle accelerator t In Buenos Aires on May 11, four Mossad becomes operational Feb. 5 in Geneva, agents abduct the fugitive Nazi criminal Switzerland. against humanity, Adolf Eichmann, to t France tests its first atomic bomb Feb. take him to Israel for trial (Eichmann is 13 in the Sahara Desert of Algeria. t The United States announces on March later convicted and executed). 6 that 3,500 American soldiers will be sent t Soviet premier Nikita Khrushchev demands an apology from President to Vietnam. Eisenhower on May 16 for the U-2 recont South Korean students hold a nationwide pro-democracy protest against Presi- naissance plane flights over the Soviet

ished.

ngbird� is publ

ential debates.

in the first televised presid

“To Kill a Mocki

Union, thus aborting the summit meeting scheduled for Paris in 1960. t Theodore Maiman operates the first laser on May 16 at Hughes Aircraft Company in Malibu. t Chile’s subduction fault ruptures from Talcahuano to Taitao Peninsula on May 22, causing the most powerful earthquake on record (magnitude of 9.5). t A Soviet Air Force MiG-19 fighter plane flying north of Murmansk, Russia, over the Barents Sea shoots down a six-man RB-47 Stratojet reconnaissance plane of the U.S. Air Force on July 1. Four of the U.S. Air Force officers are killed, and the two survivors are held prisoner in the Soviet Union. t In response to a United States embargo against Cuba, Fidel Castro nationalizes all American and foreign-owned property in Cuba on Aug. 6. t The American nuclear submarine USS Seadragon surfaces through the Arctic ice cap at the North Pole on Aug. 25, the first

submarine ever to do so. t The countries of Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, and Venezuela form OPEC on Sept. 14. t Soviet premier Khrushchev pounds his shoe on a table at a meeting of the United Nations General Assembly on Oct. 12, his way of protesting the discussion of the Soviet Union’s policies toward Eastern Europe. t The farthing, a coin first minted in England in the 13th century, ceases to be legal tender in the United Kingdom on Dec. 31.

U.S. News

t Adolph Coors III, chairman of the board of the Coors Brewing Company, is kidnapped Feb. 9 and captors demand $500,000. Coors is later found dead and Joseph Corbett, Jr. is indicted. t Director Stanley Kramer receives the first star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on March 28. t Russwood Park, a baseball stadium in Memphis, Tenn., burns to the ground April 17 from a fire shortly after a Chicago White Sox versus Cleveland Indians game. t President Eisenhower signs the Civil Rights Act of 1960 into law May 6. t Following the admission of Hawaii as the 50th U.S. state the previous year, the 50-star flag of the United States debuts in Philadelphia on July 4.

Chrysler 300F 6/PW  6/PW 

Cass

XXXNJMJUBSZQSFTTDPNtOFXT!NJMJUBSZQSFTTDPN XXXNJMJUBSZQSFTTDPNtOFXT!NJMJUBSZQSFTTDPN


remember when... Chevrolet Corvette

1960 COST OF LIVING

sius Clay (Muhammad Ali) wins his first professional fight.

t Harper Lee releases her critically acclaimed novel, “To Kill a Mockingbird,� on July 11. t Richard Nixon and John F. Kennedy, participate in the first televised presidential election debate on Sept. 26. t Cassius Clay (later Muhammad Ali) wins his first professional fight Oct. 29 in Lousiville, Ky. t John F. Kennedy wins the presidential election, narrowly defeating Richard Nixon, on Nov. 8. t Basketball player Wilt Chamberlain grabs 55 rebounds in a single game on Nov. 24, the all-time record in the NBA. t The U.S. Supreme Court declares segregation in public transit to be illegal on Dec. t A United Airlines DC-8 collides with a TWA Lockheed Constellation over Staten Island, NY, on Dec. 16. All 128 passengers and crew on both planes are killed. t Fire sweeps through the USS Constellation, the largest U.S. aircraft carrier, on Dec. 19 while it is under construction at a Brooklyn Navy Yard pier, killing 50 and injuring 150.

BORN THIS YEAR: Julianne Moore, actress (Dec.3). Above left: Bono, singer (May 10); Cal Ripken Jr., baseball star (Aug. 24); Aimee Mann, singer (Sept. 8); Hugh Grant, actor (Sept. 9).

Music

t *ODPNFQFSZFBS $6,691 t .JOJNVNXBHF $1 t /FXIPVTF $12,700 t 3FOU $98 t /FXDBS $2,600 t (BMMPOPGHBT25¢ t %P[FOFHHT 57¢ t (BMMPOPGNJML 49¢ t -PBGPGCSFBE 20¢ t 'JSTUDMBTTTUBNQ 4¢ t .PWJFUJDLFU 69¢

t t t t t t t t t

“Are You Lonesome Tonight?,� Elvis Presley “It’s Now or Never,� Elvis Presley “Marina,� Rocco Granata “The Twist,� Chubby Checker “Theme From ‘A Summer Place,’� Percy Faith “Cathy’s Clown,� The Everly Brothers “Save the Last Dance for Me,� The Drifters “Wonderful World,� Sam Cooke “Only The Lonely (Know the Way I Feel),� Roy Orbison t “Stuck on You,� Elvis Presley

Movies t t t t t t t t t t

Psycho The Magnificent Seven Spartacus The Alamo The Apartment La Dolce Vita North to Alaska Ocean’s 11 Guns of the Timberland Le Trou

Ford Galaxie Starliner 'PSBEWFSUJTJOHJOGPSNBUJPO DBMM  tBEWFSUJTJOH!NJMJUBSZQSFTTDPN 'PSBEWFSUJTJOHJOGPSNBUJPO DBMM  tBEWFSUJTJOH!NJMJUBSZQSFTTDPN

/PW 7 /PW 7


STILL THERE Continued from Page 1

McCain’s home state. The event is said to have influenced McCain’s decision to cast the deciding vote to kill the proposal. La Raza has a long and checkered history of promoting illegal immigration and advocating for welfare benefits and even driver’s licenses for undocumented Latino immigrants. Currently, it’s lobbying (under a new and less controversial name, UnidosUS) against what it calls “the Trump administration’s senseless and Draconian anti-immigrant policies,� fighting specifically GOP bills “to fund [the] immoral border wall� with Mexico. “President Trump has again chosen to appease the bigots in his base,� La Raza asserted in a statement posted on its website. “It’s time to translate injustice into action.� During last year’s presidential campaign, La Raza’s Chicago branch was among the groups that deployed thousands of protesters to the University of Illinois at Chicago, forcing then-candidate Trump to cancel a scheduled event there for safety reasons. La Raza works closely with the Congressional Hispanic Caucus and has teamed up with the anti-Trump resistance group, Indivisible, which was co-founded by La Raza alumnus Angel Padilla. Indivisible is working with La Raza and its affiliates to make sure “any bill that punishes sanctuary cities never goes to Trump’s desk to become law.� They are encouraging activists to send postcards with pre-printed mes-

sages on immigration and health care to force how the funds are spent. moderate GOP senators. “It stands to reason that some of the settlement funds have helped bankroll the resistance� bent on stopping the National Urban League After receiving at least $1.2 million from Trump agenda for America, Competitive the bank-settlement slush fund, the Afri- Enterprise Institute senior fellow John can-American advocacy group solicited Berlau said. It’s not clear how much money, in all, its supporters to oppose efforts to repeal ObamaCare by signing a letter to senators has been diverted from settlement funds arguing “African-Americans stand to be to these and other left-wing organizadisproportionately impacted.� It claimed tions. Attorney General Jeff Sessions has more than 5 million black people would ordered a full audit of the funds while discontinuing the practice of funneling lose coverage under repeal legislation. Justice Department settlements to thirdparty groups. National Community “Any settlement funds should go first Reinvestment Coalition to the victims and then to the American Since hauling in at least $2.6 million in people [through the US Treasury] — not funds under settlement in the Obama-era to bankroll third-party special interest mortgage suits, the liberal housing-rights groups or the political friends of whogroup has slammed tax-reform proposals ever is in power,� Sessions said in a recent by the Trump administration as unfair, statement. Still, The Post has learned that the while trying to block efforts to privatize mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Mac, claiming doing so would “deepen the continues to force financial institutions it prosecutes to donate to third-party comracial wealth gap.� NCRC is also actively lobbying against munity organizers. More, penalties in regulatory repeal of many provisions of such cases are deposited into the Bureau’s the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and now-$170 million-plus Civil Penalty Fund, which has, in turn, channeled almost $30 Consumer Protection Act. The Washington-based group boasts million to “consumer advocacy� groups. CFPB director Richard Cordray is an more than 600 member organizations who lobby lawmakers through list-serves, Obama holdover, whose special five-year mailings, sign-on letters and conference term doesn’t expire until 2018. The Independent Community Bankers calls. Though it’s assumed that funds distributed to such “qualified organizations� of America, a national voice for more than will be used for housing assistance, the 5,700 large and small banks, said it opposbank-settlement agreements do not en- es the government practice of providing back-door funding to unrelated groups. “ICBA believes the funds should go towards affected victims,� a spokeswoman for the banking trade association told The Post.

$ EXTRA INCOME $

Paul Sperry, formerly Investor’s Business Daily’s Washington bureau chief, is author of “The Great American Bank Robbery: The Unauthorized Report About What Really Caused The Great Recession.�

CARRIERS Continued from Page 5

said last week that the U.S. was increasingly taking action that could “ignite another Korean War.� “Nobody knows when and how the ‘war maniac’ Trump will ignite the ‘wick of war,’� the officials said, referring to the presence of the carriers near the peninsula. Joining the three U.S. carriers and their strike groups were three Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force warships including the helicopter destroyer JS Ise, a guided-missile destroyer and general purpose destroyer. “The JMSDF is always U.S.ing every opportunity to strengthen the JMSDFU.S.N alliance, and joining an exercise like this is a natural event to stabilize regional security,� a statement from the Maritime Self-Defense Force said. South Korean vessels joined exercises with the U.S. warships on Sunday, according to U.S. Navy photos. The South Korean Defense Ministry said it sent two destroyers equipped with the Aegis anti-ballistic missile defense system as well as five other warships to the exercises. Each U.S. aircraft carrier holds more than 60 aircraft, including F/A-18 fighter jets, airborne early warning and control aircraft and helicopters for antisubmarine warfare. The ships accompanying the carriers included destroyers and cruisers equipped with the Aegis system as well as Tomahawk cruise missiles. U.S. attack submarines typically accompany U.S. aircraft carrier strike groups, but the Navy U.S.ually keeps their specific locations secret. The last time three U.S. aircraft carrier strike groups worked together in the Western Pacific was off the U.S. island of Guam in 2007, according to a Navy statement.

MEBANE Continued from Page 4

MILITARY SPOUSES We are looking for military spouses for full- or part-time. Telemarketing experience helpful. Must have clear speaking voice.

$12-$15

per hour

/PSUI$PVOUZ0GGJDFq"TLGPS.JDIFMMF

(858) 537-2280 8/PW 

Despite their 20-17 overtime loss to the Jaguars, Perryman made an impact on the run defense by leading the team with eight total tackles and one assist. The defense held Fournette to just 33 rushing yards and a 1.9 yard average — both season lows for the rookie. Returning to the starting middle linebacker position, Perryman replaced Hayes Pullard, who earned a grade of just 31.4 so far this season — which ranked last among linebackers (Z. Aulakh PFF). The Endzone: Last week Pro Football Focus’ Nathan Jahnke listed two Chargers on his 2017 PFF Mid-Season All-Rookie Team — LG Dan Feeney and CB Desmond King (listed as a Flex D — Slot CB). Here is how he ranked both players:

ots). Said Jahnke, “Feeney has spent most of the season coming in sparingly before finally receiving his first start in Week 8. He has yet to allow a sack this season and has been equally good in run blocking as he has been in pass protection. No rookie guard has started more than three games this season, which is why Feeney can make the team with one start.�

Flex D – Slot CB: Desmond King — PFF Grade: 84.0

Elite Stat: King is 1-of-6 cornerbacks with 170 or more coverage snaps in the slot, and no touchdowns allowed from the slot. Said Jahnke, “King has emerged as the Chargers slot cornerback in their nickel defense, and has played well especially LG: Dan Feeney — PFF Grade: 79.5 over the last month of the season. Since Elite Stat: Feeney allowed no pres- Week 5, he’s allowed 6.8 yards per catch, sures across 30 pass-blocking attempts which is the lowest for cornerbacks who in his first start in Week 8 (vs the Patri- have allowed 10 or more catches.� XXXNJMJUBSZQSFTTDPNtOFXT!NJMJUBSZQSFTTDPN


PURCHASE & REFINANCE

Sue Gibson

Loan Officer NMLS#256817 Phone: 619.316.9338 suhagibson@bayeq.com

this swap meet is huge! 3D/4D SONOGRAMS $58 A FUN PLACE FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY

t 100% VA HOME LOANS t NO DOWN PAYMENT OPTIONS* t CONVENTIONAL t FHA

Mortgage rates are still near historic lows! Call me for your No-Cost Pre-Qualification!

WE SUPPORT OUR TROOPS

Carnival Rides, Pony Rides, Farmers Market & Delicious Food!

See your baby like never before!

*SHOPPERS ADMISSION*

SATURDAYS FREE

Ca ll Today! The Touchstone Group

4909 Murphy Canyon Rd #510 San Diego, CA 92123 *Circumstances may vary by customer. Please consult your Bay Equity Loan Officer to confirm eligibility for no down payment option. Equal Housing Lender. This is not a commitment to lend or extend credit. Restrictions may apply. Rates may apply. Rates may not be available at time of application. Information and/or data are subject to change without notice. All loans are subject to credit approval. Not all loans or products are available in all states Bay Equity LLC, 28 Liberty Ship Way Suite 2800, Sausalito, CA 94965; NMLS ID#76988. Licensed by the Department of Business Oversight under the California Residential Mortgage Lending Act- #4150077; NMLS consumer access: www.nmlsconsumeraccess.org BECH-170404-8.0

VA Disability Claim Denied? Know Your Rights and Don’t Take “No� for an Answer!

FOR MILITARY & THEIR FAMILY &

BUY 1 GET 1 FREE, SUNDAYS

$5

ATTENTION ACTIVE MILITARY PERSONNEL:

DO YOUR GARAGE SALE ON SATURDAY HERE!

Vendor Booth Space Reserved Location (Valued Reg. at $15)

COME BY OR CALL 760-535-8880 TO RESERVE * With this ad

Oceanside Swap Meet, 3480 Mission Ave

(at the old drive-in) oceansideswapmeet.com

No Fees Unless You Win – Free Consultation

760-585-4665

www.VetDisabilityAid.com

Videos, Pictures, DVDs, CD-ROMs and Gender Determination available 9625 Black Mountain Road #210, SD, CA 92126

858.549.SONO - 858.549.7666 www.bfi4d.com

HOW TO BUILD WEALTH USING YOUR BAH

Now  offering Distillery Now  Offering Distillery Tours!

DISCOVER THE VALUE OF YOUR VA HOME LOAN BENEFIT

The military is a gold mine – You’ve served your country – own a piece of it! I am a Veteran, a Mortgage Broker and a Real Estate Broker. All under one roof!

Tours!

KNOWLEDGE IS POWER: CALL ANDY TODAY

Why Risk a Permanent Denial and Lose Back Pay?

Call or Text the Professional Advocates Today!

Babies First Ultrasound

Learn the benefits of buying vs. renting, how to invest in yourself, realities of PCS and deployment, credit questions and solutions, pitfalls to avoid when purchasing, and much, much more.

BREWERY TOURS of

SAN DIEGO

FOR VETERANS BY VETERANS

Visit  &  Sample  at  Award-Winning Breweries  in  “America’s  Finest  City�

PURCHASE/REFINANCE/VA/FHA/CONVENTIONAL

760-477-0277

Public  &  Private  Tours  Available

(5RjdRHVV\5Rj`c?ZXYe7`c2_jDZkV8c`fa

619.961.7999   |    brewerytoursofsd.com

Andy Piretti 2'&ĂĽ7JYNWJI&WR^4KÄ…HJW

Since 1976. YOURGJSJÄ…YX OUR VA Loan Experts. NMLS #250419 CA DRE #00571248

Visit Us Online At MilitaryPress.com ÂťNews Âť Sports ÂťEntertainment

DIVORCE STARTING AT $299

USE YOUR BENEFITS! If you are a veteran and want to purchase DKRPHXQGHU\RXUYHWHUDQEHQHĆWV please call Leroy at Patton Realty. I have VROGRYHUKRPHVWRYHWHUDQVDQGZH will get you into a home of your choice.

CALL LEROY AT 858-205-0187 IT’S ALL ABOUT YOU. PATTON REALTY

BRE# 00332611

619-855-1230

Providing all family law & financial needs Paternity, Custody & Visitation, Adoptions, Name Change, Modification to Support Mediation Service-Step Down Programs, Certified Financial Planner, Protecting Retirements, 401K & IRA, Proactive Dissolution Plans, Notary Service & Mobile Notary, Criminal Defense “Attorney Represented�

Serving All of San Diego to Los Angeles

SHOW YOUR SUPPORT TOO! CALL (858) 537-2280 'PSBEWFSUJTJOHJOGPSNBUJPO DBMM  tBEWFSUJTJOH!NJMJUBSZQSFTTDPN

/PW 9


To his surprise, the old man played fairly quickly. He didn’t hit the ball far, but plodded along consistently and didn’t waste much time. Finally, they reached the last fairway and the young man found himself with a tough shot. There was a large pine tree right in front of his ball and directly between his ball and the green. After several minutes of debating how to hit the shot, the old man finally said, “You know, when I was your age, I’d hit the ball right over that tree.� With that challenge placed before him, the youngster swung hard, hit the ball up, right smack into the top of the tree trunk and it thudded back on the ground not a foot from where it had originally lay. Bride and broom The old man offered one more comTwo brooms were hanging in the closet, and after they got to know each other a bit, ment, “Of course, when I was your age, that pine tree was only 3-feet-tall.� decided to get married. The bride broom looked very beautiful in her white dress. The groom broom Chapped lips was handsome and suave in his tuxedo. On a hot, dusty day a cowboy rode into The wedding a small frontier was lovely and town. AfterdGot a funny joke you want to share? ismounting, he attended by all Send it to jokes@militarypress.com. walked behind the push brooms and dust mops. his horse, liftAfter the weded it’s tail and ding, at the wedding dinner, the bride kissed it wherethe sun don’t shine. An broom leaned over and whispered to the old man rocking by the general store witgroom broom, “We’re soon going to have a nessed thewhole thing. little whisk broom!� “Whudd’ya do that fer?� he asked. “Impossible!� said the groom broom, “Got chapped lips,� the cowboy replied. indignantly. “We haven’t even swept toThe old man asked, “Does that help?� lar: “Every afternoon your dog comes to gether yet!� The cowboy said, “Nope, but it sure my house for a nap.� keeps me from lickin’ ‘em.� The next day he arrived with a different note pinned to his collar: “He lives in Golf challenge a home with four children — he’s trying to A young man, who was an avid golfer, Dog naps found himself with a few hours to spare An old, tired-looking dog wandered into catch up on his sleep. Can I come with him one afternoon. He figured if he hurried the yard. I could tell from his collar and tomorrow?� and played very fast, he could get in nine well-fed belly that he had a home. holes before he had to head home. He followed me into the house, down No longer newlyweds Just as he was about to tee off, an old the hall, and fell asleep on the couch. An One night at the dinner table, the wife gentleman shuffled onto the tee and hour later, he went to the door, and I let commented, “When we were first married, asked if he could accompany the young him out. The next day he was back, re- you took the small piece of steak and gave man as he was golfing alone. Not being sumed his position on the couch and slept me the larger. Now you take the large one able to say no, he allowed the old man to for an hour. This continued for several and leave me the smaller. You don’t love join him. weeks. Curious, I pinned a note to his col- me any more...�

Just for

Laughs

“Nonsense, darling,� replied the husband. “You just cook better now.�

Disarming the guard

Lem: “I got fired from my job as a bank guard.� Clem: “That’s awful. What happened?� Lem: “Well, a thief came in, and I drew my gun. I told him that if he took one more step, I’d let him have it.� Clem: “What did the thief do then?� Lem: “He took one more step, so I let him have it. I didn’t want that stupid gun anyway.�

Kissing a model

The artist tried to concentrate on his work, but the attraction he felt for his model finally became irresistible. He threw down his palette, took her in his arms and kissed her. She pushed him away. “Maybe your other models let you kiss them,� she said. “I’ve never tried to kiss a model before,� he swore. “Really?� she said, softening, “How many models have there been?� “Four,� he replied, “A jug, two apples, and a vase.�

Weekdays

$ Golf 39 Special $25

FREE LUNCH

Burger, fries & Coke before noon

GOLF ONLY after noon

Weekends

45 $ 30 $

FREE LUNCH

Burger, fries & Coke before noon

GOLF ONLY after noon

For questions, ask us at the ProShop. Must present Ad. Not valid with other offers or tournaments. Expires Dec. 31, 2017.

XXXDBTUMFDSFFLDDDPNt$JSDMF3%SJWF &TDPOEJEPt 10/PW 

Advertisers in this newspaper are

MILITARY FRIENDLY! XXXNJMJUBSZQSFTTDPNtOFXT!NJMJUBSZQSFTTDPN


CLASSIFIEDS ATTORNEY

FOR SALE

619-437-4261

Studios & 1 BR Apts starting at $1,445 mo $500/Dep. Newly upgraded units, gated comm., parking and laundry 2185 Chatsworth Blvd., 92106

2010 CAMARO

www.PlumbLawFirm.com

Low Miles – 57,000, Excellent inside and out, 6 cylinder, automatic with paddle shifters

MILITARY DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE

  s #!,, 2)#+ s   

Coronado/San Diego

REAL ESTATE

LOW COST

RENTALS

DISTRESS SALE HOMES

DIVORCE

Bank Foreclosures. Receive a free list w/ pics of foreclosure properties.

LEGAL SERVICES

Free recorded message

619-787-0178

1-800-503-8526

FINANCE

Ask about our specials!

SHADOWRIDGE PARK APTS

For Veterans, By Veterans Purchase/Refinance/FHA Programs with 100% Financing No Down Payment – Since 1976 YOUR Benefits. OUR Experts.

Same day sign Additional $300 off Deposit!

NMLS #250419 MLS 00571248

760.598.2705

NMLS# 256817

619-221-8158 Ask about our specials!

951-970-4973 TALMAGE PARK

$1,500 and $1,250 Talmage Park 2 bed, 2 bath, 1,000-sq-ft and 1 bed, 1 bath, 800-sq-ft well maintained quiet garden complex. NO FEES, easy app. Laundry, AC, assigned prkng. Near all. 4544 Winona Ave.

619-229-1406

TRAINING

EARN A CERTIFICATE

IN ACCOUNTING Learn high-demand job skills in our real-world, hands-on vocational training program.

Act Now! Get Started! Call: 858-836-1420, or use www.theaccountingacademy.com

1br from $1618 2br from $1788

Call Andy Piretti at 760-477-0277

PUZZLES ACROSS 1. Gestured 6. No 10. Whip 14. Any compound of oxygen 15. Makes a mistake 16. Within 17. Catastrophe 19. Novice 20. Jubilant 21. French for “Summer� 22. Send forth 23. French for “Queen� 25. Districts 26. Read superficially 30. A symbol of disgrace 32. Temporary 35. Relating to a wedding 39. Required 40. Gunk 41. Part mortal, part deity 43. On the other hand 44. Spotted cat 46. Hearing organs 47. Related to tides 50. Cringe 53. Module 54. Estimated time of arrival 55. Part of a tea service 60. Cab 61. Instructions 63. Pearly-shelled mussel 64. Sleep in a convenient place 65. Earthenware jar 66. Observed 67. 1 1 1 1 68. Publicizes DOWN 1. Interlaced 2. Angle of a leafstalk 3. Brand of credit card 4. Modify

Military Friendly Businesses!

RENTALS

THE VA LOAN SOURCE

SCRIPPS

1 & 2 BRs Starting @ $1,645-$1,895 $500/Dep. Newly upgraded, Fully Equip Kit, Walk-in closets, Central AC/Heat. Assigned prking. 10952 Scripps Ranch Blvd, 92131

858-860-5400

ID# 2042

Gail Phipps BRE#00903944

Senior Loan Officer

5 bedroom, 3 bath, pool $2,500/mo $2,500 deposit

POINT LOMA

Law Offices of Robert T. Plumb, II

Call Sue Gibson 619.316.9338

MURRIETA

1 & 2 BR Apts Starting at $2,200/mo $500/Dep. Newly upgraded units. Frplc, Gated Comm, Underground Prkg. 220 Orange Ave, 92118 Ask about our specials!

Also available: Automobile/Personal Injury, Trusts & Wills

Rates are still at historic lows!

CORONADO

619-427-0887

DUIs, Divorce, Bankruptcy

+No Down Payment/No Closing Cost +No-Cost Pre-Qualification +Purchase/Refinance +VA/FHA/Conventional/Reverse Mortgage

(858) 537-2280

RENTALS

PROTECT YOUR MILITARY CAREER

100% VA HOME LOANS

;VWSHJLHUHK]LY[PZLTLU[VY MVYTVYLPUMVYTH[PVUJHSS

Newly remodeled, fplc, W/D, pool, Fitness ctr. 2000 S. Melrose Dr. Vista

Publisher:3JDIBSE5.BU[ Advertising:.JDIFMMF)VMM Public Relations: -JTB.BU[ Editor:5PN$IBNCFST Distribution:%FOOJT8JOL Contributing Writers:%PVH"HVJMMBSE ,FJUI "OHFMJO &MJTF$PPQFS "SU(BSDJB )PXBSE)JBO  +FSJ+BDRVJO 5IF.PWJF.BWFO $BSMPT,SFNFS  )FBUIFS&4JFHFM $POUBDU6T Tel 858.537.2280 333 S. Juniper St., Suite 103 Escondido, CA 92025 XXXNJMJUBSZQSFTTDPNtOFXT!NJMJUBSZQSFTTDPN GBDFCPPLDPNNQOFXTQBQFS UXJUUFSDPNNQOFXTQBQFS

DISTRIBUTION

SUDOKU The rules to play Sudoku are quite simple. Fill in the blanks so that each row, each column, and each of the nine 3x3 grids contain one instance of each of the numbers 1 through 9. 5. Discourage 6. Mesh 7. The far east 8. An important nutrient 9. Feudal worker 10. Written material 11. Japanese cartoon art 12. Stripes 13. Owl sounds 18. Citrus drink 24. Belief 25. Enough 26. A region of SE

Pakistan 27. Leg joint 28. Bit of gossip 29. Drugs 31. Spurt 33. Kingly 34. False god 36. Notion 37. Food thickener 38. Not more 42. Verbiage 43. Expression of surprised admiration

45. Lacking refinement 47. Ballet skirts 48. Absurd 49. Confederate States 51. And so forth 52. Barf 54. Cocoyam 56. Breezy 57. Defecate 58. A single time 59. Sounds of disapproval 62. S

'PSBEWFSUJTJOHJOGPSNBUJPO DBMM  tBEWFSUJTJOH!NJMJUBSZQSFTTDPN

This week’s solutions:

%JTUSJCVUFEPOUIFTUBOEUIPGFBDINPOUI"WBJMBCMFBCPBSEBMM 4BO%JFHP$PVOUZNJMJUBSZCBTFT POCPBSEJOQPSUTIJQT BUQBSUJDJQBU JOH"MCFSUTPOT 3BMQITBOE$741IBSNBDJFT'PSNPSFMPDBUJPOT WJTJU XXXNJMJUBSZQSFTTDPNEJTUSJCVUJPO

The Military Press is published semi-monthly on the 1st and the 15th by Military Press Publishing LLC, a commercial, free-enterprise newspaper. It does not necessarily reflect the opinion of the Department of the Navy and is no way associated with the Department of the Navy. The editorial objective of the Military Press is to promote support for a strong military presence. The opinions and views of the writers whose materials appear herein are those of the writers and not the publisher. Appearance of advertising does not constitute endorsement by the Military Press. Consumers should make informed decisions when purchasing products and services, and when considering business opportunities, and research before investing. Subscription by mail is $50 per year to CONUS or FPO addresses.

/PW 11


Call Today to SavHDQG5HFHLve ExFOXVLve DISH Deals!

DISH Special Offer

49

$

+LJK6SHHG,QWHUQHW

14

99

$

/mo

for 24 mo.

95 /mo

ADD To AQy DISH Package

190+&KDQQHOV

(DV\DQGće[LEOHSDFNDJHRSWLRQV

Watch all of your favorites

SAVE:KHQYRX%XQGOH

FREE Premium Movies

$SSO\DGGLWLRQDOVaYLQJVZKHQyRXDGG,QWHUQHW

Get HBO6KRZWLPH PRUHIRUPRQWKV

Options Available NatioQwide

FREE Next Da\,QVWDOODWLRQ

3ULFLQJDQGVSHHGVYDU\

6FKHGXOLQJPay vary & up to 6 TVs

,Q&XVWRPHU6DWLVIDFWLRQ

FREE Hopper HD DVR

LQGHSHQGHQWVWXG\

Record up to 16 shows at the same time

Subject to availability5HVWULFWLRQVDSSOy.

FREE PREMIUM MOVIES FRU0RQWKV

#1

,Q&XVWRPHU6HUYLFH

99.9%

Signal Reliability!

Call Today & Save Up To 25%!

NO CONTRACT Options Available

FREE

Streaming on Any DeYLFHV

1-855-900-4644

All offers require credit TXDOLĆFDWLRQ 2-Year FRPPLWPHQW with early WHUPLQDWLRQ fee DQG eAutoPay. Important Terms and Conditions: 4XDOLĆFDWLRQ Advertised price requires credit TXDOLĆFDWLRQ DQG eAutoPay. 8SIURQW DFWLYDWLRQ DQG/or receiver upgrade fees may apply based RQ credit TXDOLĆFDWLRQ Offer HQGV 1/15/18. 2-Year Commitment: Early WHUPLQDWLRQ fee of $20/mo. UHPDLQLQJ applies if you FDQFHO early. ,QFOXGHG in 2-year SULFH guarantee at $49.99 advertised SULFH America's Top 120 progrDPPLQJ SDFNDJH Local FKDQQHOV HD service IHHV DQG HTXLSPHQW for 1 TV. NOT LQFOXGHG in 2-year SULFH guarantee or advertised SULFH (and VXEMHFW to FKDQJe): Taxes & VXUFKDUJHV DGGRQ progrDPPLQJ LQFOXGLQJ premium FKDQQHOV  DISH 3URWHFW DQG trDQVDFWLRQDO fees. Premium &KDQQHOV After 3 PRV you will be billed $55/mo. for HBO &LQHPD[ 6KRZWLPH Starz DQG DISH Movie Pack XQOHVV you call to FDQFHO2WKHU All SDFNDJHV progrDPPLQJ IHDWXUHV DQG IXQFWLRQDOLW\ DQG all prices DQG fees QRW LQFOXGHG LQ price lock are subject to FKDQJH without QRWLFH After 6 PRV you will be billed $8.99/mo. for DISH Protect XQOHVV you call to FDQFHO After 2 yHDUV WKHQFXUUHQW everyday prices for all services apply. For EXVLQHVV FXVWRPHUV DGGLWLRQDO PRQWKO\ fees may apply. HBOŽ &LQHPD[p DQG related FKDQQHOV DQG service marks are the property of Home Box 2IĆFH ,QF SHOWTIME is a registered trademark of Showtime Networks ,QF a CBS CompaQy. ST$5=DQGUHODWHGFKDQQHOVDQGVHUYLFHPDUNVDUHSURSHUW\RI6WDU](QWHUWDLQPHQW/LC.

LUNG CANCER?

And 60+ Years Old? If so, you and your family may DGGPVKVNGFVQCUKIPKĆ’ECPVECUJ award. Call 800-264-6207 to learn more. 0Q4KUMÇĄ0Q/QPG[1WV1H2QEMGV

Call Now for a FREE CONSULTATION. We’re Here 24/7. 12/PW 

SPYMASTER Continued from Page 2

can GIs were retreating and being killed, Nichols’ “team of cryptographers broke the North Korean army codes, which helped the American forces hold the line, saving them from being pushed off the southern tip of the Korean Peninsula as well as helping in finding the targets for bombings of North Korea.� Another achievement was his prediction of North Korea invading the South. This was much to the chagrin of Gen. Douglas MacArthur’s chief of intelligence, Army Major Gen. Charles A. Willoughby, who predicted just the opposite. Hardin recounts, “The American ambassador in Seoul, John Muccio, wrote a response to Willoughby who tried to oust Nichols, ‘In my opinion, there is no other American intelligence unit or agency now operating in South Korea which produces a larger volume of useful intelligence material on Communist and subversive activities than does Mr. Nichols’ unit.’� Harden also delves into a moral question: How far should covert operators go to save American lives, and does that include a legal license to murder? In his own words, Nichols described himself as a “thief, assassin, judge, jury and executioner.� This master spy entered the dark side when he became a part of the Republic of Korea Head Of State Syngman Rhee’s world that included torturing, beheading and killing tens of thousands of South Koreans. He was not a particularly nice guy. For example, there is a picture of him standing on the roof of the South Korean Army Headquarters next to a severed head in a bucket. In reading this book, Americans also can get a better understanding of the current crisis. The present-day North Korean Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un is the grandson of Kim II-sung, the leader during the Korean War. Back then, as today, there’s no U.S. embassy in Pyongyang, few Western business travelers and even fewer tourists flowing in and out. American intelligence officers are unable to blend in undetected or gain a foothold. “Nichols knew his agents were disposable,� Harden said. “When he sent them inside North Korea, he expected most

would be captured, tortured or killed, with as many as eight out of 10 never coming back. Yet, he did provide answers for his bosses. I detail in the book how he conceived, organized and lead covert missions inside North Korea. Gen. E. Stratemeyer, the commander of Far East Air Forces, wrote in his diary during the first year of the Korean War that Nichols had ‘performed the impossible.’� Fast-forward to today, where the North Korean regime is still repressive, with closed borders and secret police. They have a stranglehold on the people because they eliminate their enemies and have a narrative to explain their actions. During the Korean War, Gen. Curtis E. LeMay, head of the Strategic Air Command, guessed that American bombs killed about 20 percent of the North Korean population, roughly 1.9 million people. “The Kim family is able to stoke anti-American hatred and perpetuate its rule, all the while telling a terrifying, factbased story,� Harden said. “It is a warning to the North Korean people that Americans will once again come with bombs, fire and death, and the only ones to protect them are the leaders. “I spoke to more than 20 North Korean defectors who were taught to fear and hate the Americans. Even after they arrived in South Korea they were very reluctant to criticize ‘the Great Leader, the Dear Leader, or the current leader.’ With their cruel and unsavory tactics, they not only keep the people at bay but countries as well. These leaders through the years have used extortion and repressive techniques, but now they have missiles threatening South Korea, Japan and the U.S. It is harder today to infiltrate because North Korea concentrates all its resources on the border and has new technology for detection. So Nichols’ 20 percent success rate of infiltration is a far better ratio than what is transpiring today.� This book delves into an engrossing hidden history of wartime espionage. Too bad there is not someone like Nichols today. Although he was unsavory he was successful in gathering fact-filled intelligence. His superiors described him as brave, hardworking and creative as he gained knowledge about the inner-workings of the North Korean regime.

LAST FLAG FLYING Continued from Page 3

hard that they can’t breathe. These three ac- when they are all in the back train car and tors are so different, yet in this film, they are the laughter is strangely contagious with Carell’s Doc having a laughing fit that had perfection with the story they are telling. The heartbreak that the character of me in tears. The second is the scene as Sal Doc experiences can never be understood, convinces Mueller and Doc that it’s time and I don’t think I could even try, but that to come to terms make that one event in doesn’t stop us all of embracing every bit Vietnam and make it right. These three actors couldn’t have perof his love, anger and laughter. Asking two men he hasn’t seen in 30 years to join him formed any better if they tried, and “Last doesn’t require an explanation because Flag Flying� is beautifully told and excels I personally feel that all is revealed as it in every way. In the end — their last mission wasn’t should be in the film. One of the two best scenes of the film is on the battlefield. XXXNJMJUBSZQSFTTDPNtOFXT!NJMJUBSZQSFTTDPN


LOVE CRAFT BEER?

SO DO WE

PRESS COMING SOON from the

THE STORY BEHIND THE BEER www.cra◊brew.press @cra◊brewpress

www.cra◊ brew.press | SU

PRESS

MMER 20

HAZE

CRAZE

EAST CO MAKES I AST STYLE T OUT W EST

CRAFT G

San Diego OES LIGHT(I SH Lagers an d Pils: RA ) TED

O N BEST TAP

BEER BA RS


BE CAREER READY IN 6 MONTHS OR LESS! 6RXWKHUQ&DOLIRUQLDèV3URYLGHURI&DUHHU&RPSXWHU7UDLQLQJ

&$//12:67$577202552: )/(;,%/(75$,1,1*å<28:,//*(7&(57,),(' ï1HWZRUN$GPLQLVWUDWRU ï1HWZRUN(QJLQHHU ï&RPSXWHU5HSDLU ï2IĆFH6SHFLDOLVW 7KHQDWLRQèVRQO\FRPSXWHUWUDLQLQJSURYLGHU ï1HWZRUN6XSSRUW ZKHUHFHUWLĆFDWLRQLVSDUWRIWKHFXUULFXOXP Specialist ï0HGLFDO)URQW 2IĆFH%LOOLQJ

1-800-561-MCSE www.cta.edu (6273) ,QODQG(PSLUHå0DLQï7HPHFXODå6DWHOOLWH North County San Diego – Branch

*,%,//

®

$33529('

ï'LVWDQFH/HDUQLQJï9RF5HKDEï7$$75$ï('':,$ï9$9RF *,%LOO ï&RUSRUDWH7UDLQLQJ

),1$1&,$/$,'727+26(:+248$/,)<

7KDQN\RX for your service

Profile for Military Press Newspaper

Military Press, Nov. 15, 2017  

Military News, Sports and Entertainment for Navy, Marines, Army and Air Force Active Duty, Retired and Veterans.

Military Press, Nov. 15, 2017  

Military News, Sports and Entertainment for Navy, Marines, Army and Air Force Active Duty, Retired and Veterans.

Advertisement

Recommendations could not be loaded

Recommendations could not be loaded

Recommendations could not be loaded

Recommendations could not be loaded