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Red Bar Radio has just announced that it will be adding an original series of shows to its schedule, in partnership with The New York Times.
The series will premiere in late 2018 and will focus on the American military.
The first series will focus exclusively on the U-2 spy plane, which is the only aircraft in the U, but will include new stories and perspectives on the Air Force and the Air National Guard.
The new series will cover the U2’s first deployment to the Middle East, which lasted from September 2001 to November 2003.
The first episode of the new series, titled “The Flight of the B-52,” is scheduled to air on the morning of May 3.
“The flight of the bomber was a rare opportunity to see firsthand the unique skills and experiences that the U1 aircraft offered,” said author and former journalist Bill Fagerstrom, who wrote the book B-52: The Untold Story of America’s Bomber Command.
“As an American, I’m honored to be asked to write about the experience.”
The B-51 Stratofortress will be used by the Air Forces to carry out airstrikes in the Middle Eastern region and will have its first flight in the spring of 2019.
Red Bar Radio co-hosts Wendy Bell and Wendy Bell will host the show alongside former Fox News reporter and CNN contributor Joe Nocera.
Nocera will host Red Bar’s daily news show “The Morning Joe” from March 3 through May 4, and will also host Red Bars “Special Report” from May 4 through May 6.
Red Bar has long been a favorite of former presidents Jimmy Carter, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, and George H.W. Bush.
In a statement, Red Bar said that it is proud to have a new generation of military journalists in place to report the most important stories.
“In our first year of operation, Redbar Radio will bring together some of the brightest voices in the news media to help inform the American public about what the military is up to,” said Joe Besso, Red B Bar’s president.
“We have a history of creating compelling stories, and this new series is the first of its kind in which we will be able to add original reporting to Red BarRadio.com and Red Bar News, our two most popular programs.
“That’s why we are excited to welcome Red Bar and the rest of the team back for the new Red Bar series.” “
As we expand our coverage and reach, RedBarRadio.info is committed to building on Red Bar radio’s history of bringing to life America’s military presence,” he continued.
“That’s why we are excited to welcome Red Bar and the rest of the team back for the new Red Bar series.”
Nolte added, “We are very excited to be working with Red Bar on this first series, and I can’t wait to tell our readers what we will see.
We are proud to be partnering with RedBarNews.com to bring you a deeper look at our military and military operations.”
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