Is climate engineering real? What does a former US Air Force 2 star major general have to say about this most critical issue? This interview was conducted exclusively for GeoengineeringWatch.org, any re-uploading of any part of this interview is expressly forbidden at the request of the interviewee.
Waking US citizens and US military members up to the dire climate engineering threat is the great imperative of our time. All who are already awake are needed to help sound the alarm in this critical effort to raise awareness. Sharing credible data from a credible source is key, make your voice heard.
MAJOR GENERAL RICHARD H. ROELLIG
Retired February 01, 2000
Major General Richard H. Roellig is commander of the Ogden Air Logistics Center, Hill Air Force Base, Utah. The center is one of five Air Force logistics centers in the country. It has worldwide responsibilities for the engineering and logistics support of the F-16 Fighting Falcon. The center also manages the entire force of Minuteman and Peacekeeper intercontinental ballistic missiles. The center is responsible for supporting many commodities, such as aircraft landing gear for the entire Air Force and 70 percent for the Department of Defense, airborne photographic and reconnaissance equipment, training devices and conventional munitions.
The general received his commission through the Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps program in 1966 as a distinguished graduate of Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. He has held a variety of positions in acquisition and contracting, as well as command positions at the base, test center and system program office levels.
1966 Bachelor of science degree in management, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio
1970 Master of business administration degree in government contracting, George Washington University, Washington, D.C.
1977 Armed Forces Staff College, Norfolk, Va.
1977 Defense Systems Management College, Fort Belvoir, Va.
1978 Master of science degree in systems management, University of Southern California, Los Angeles
1981 Industrial College of the Armed Forces, Washington, D.C.
1. June 1966 – February 1968, supply officer,
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