Who Stole the Train? Ben R. Games PhD

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Published: November 10th 2013

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146 pages


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Who Stole the Train?  by  Ben R. Games PhD

Who Stole the Train? by Ben R. Games PhD
November 10th 2013 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 146 pages | ISBN: | 7.46 Mb

This short, nonfi ction semi-biographical story from WWII tells of an Army Officer and five enlisted men racing the Russians to capture a Japanese experimental laser cannon. The weapon is located on a cliff overlooking the Sea of Japan. The raceMoreThis short, nonfi ction semi-biographical story from WWII tells of an Army Officer and five enlisted men racing the Russians to capture a Japanese experimental laser cannon. The weapon is located on a cliff overlooking the Sea of Japan. The race starts at Manila Nichol’s Airfield in the Philippine Islands and ends in Nikaho, Japan.The American soldiers’ journey began with a C-46 air flight to Johnson Air Field in Tokyo, Japan.

From there, they traveled by Jeep to a rail line near Fuijaya Air Field. This is where they ran out of official transportation and the Officer got creative. He and his men stole a Japanese train to take them the rest of the way to Nikaho.The officer’s brilliant transportation idea hit a bit of a snag though — the “liberated” train was carrying three hundred Japanese passengers. More creative thinking was needed to make this plan work.Meanwhile, the Russian Navy’s submarine was on its way to the same destination carrying six marines who intended to reach the weapon first.Read this entertaining account to find out who ultimately won the race and the extremes they went to in order to complete their mission!About the author: Holds the degrees- Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Business Administration, Pacific Western University- BS Degrees in- Science, PWU- Nuclear Energy, Air University- Nuclear Disaster operational Control, USAF- Electronic Engineering, keio University- Geo-Economics, Notre Dame University- Aviation Pilot Training, Class 43k- Jet Fighter Pilot training, USAF- Radar Navigation training, Victorville AFB- Bombardier School, San Angelo Army Air Field, and Aircraft Accident Investigations, Norton AFB.Certified Teacher- Basic Flight Training Randolph Field, US Army Air Forces- Instrument Instructor, Texas A&M- Superintendent of Basic Math School, kessler AFB- Radar Maintenance School, Biloxi, Mississippi- licensed Insurance Agent #IN64, Airport Manager MI 83-17, Accounting BSC, and Public Health Pest Control #Fl 1038.The author has served on the Board of Directors of the Turks and Cacios National Airlines Inc- H.

Jobero Inc an investment firm- Amsie ltd llC a building and investment company- Valley Mobilehome Association Inc- Indiana Air Safety Board- and Sabre Service Corporation a legal firm.He coauthored a paper presented to the Aero Medical lab at Wright Field on the use of pressures instead of vacuums for astronaut training. His doctorate dissertation was on Employer and Employee Relationships Controlled by Governments.His professional publications included the 1950 secret operational plan for the air defense of the United States, The Independent Worker.

Employee leasing, The Payroll Credit Plan, and Fax/Accounting. Also many of his nonprofessional books have been read by people all over the world. They are all based on true fact but some are conjecture taken from these facts. He started writing a news column in his Elkhart High School paper in 1942 and continued in 1943 as editor of “Solo” the US Army Primary Class Book of 43k.



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