Thursday, May 24, 2012

Michael B. Mukasey and Major General John K. Singlaub Honored at the Union League Club

 Tuesday, May 22 I was privileged to attend the Center for Security Policy 2012 Freedom Flame Award at the Union League Club.  
Honored were, 
former U.S. Attorney Michael B. Mukasey 
Mukasey served from 2007 to 2009 as the eighty-first U.S. Attorney General following his appointment to that position by President George W. Bush.  From 1988 to 2006, he was a federal judge in the Southern District of New York, becoming that court's Chief Judge in 2000.

Major General John K. Singlaub
   Highly-decorated former OSS officer and a retired Major General in the United States Army, and a founding member of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)

(Please click to enlarge all photos!)

A true American hero. Major General John K. "Jack" Singlaub is one of our nation's most storied and accomplished military officers.  His service in the United States Army from 1943-1977 included an assignment with the Office of Strategic Services that involved parachuting into occupied France to work with the Resistance to support the Allied invasion.  Other highlights of General Singlaub's extraordinary career include: a role as a founding member of the Central Intelligence Agency; uniformed leadership positions in, among other places, Vietnam and South Korea; and assisting President Reagan in defeating Soviet Communism's proxies in Latin America.

Please take the time to listen to General Singlaub's talk.  Most striking that he is more concerned about America now than ever before. 

E. Miles Prentice, III introduces John K. Singlaub.

The following videos courtesy of the Center for Security Policy:

Frank Gaffney, Jr.

Andrew McCarthy

Michael B. Mukasey.


Anonymous Dave said...

Thank you for your excellent report. You are one lucky lady to have met Major General Singlaub. Happy Memorial Day!

May 25, 2012 10:06 AM  

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