Peter E Berger was the son of film editor Fred W. Berger. He attended film school at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), served in the United States Army, and worked for the Armed Forces Korean Network in Seoul. He began his career in 1968 working on the television program, The Doris Day Show. His first credit was for the feature film Arnold (1973)
Paul Craig Roberts Rages "Are You Ready To Die?" - This article details a statement made by the director of the armed forces for Russia and his conclusion that Washington is planning a first strike attack on Moscow. This assumption would be bad enough if we had an administration that beat these words back.
When the dust settled from last summer’s failed Turkish coup d’etat, where a faction of Turkey’s armed forces attempted an overthrow of the sitting government and President Recap Tayyip Erdogan, a bizarre—yet distinct—signature of our digital age emerged. As The Wall Street Journal points out, “It was the first time in Turkey’s history that its …
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The records of singers Rosemary and Betty Clooney, always a hit with members of the armed forces, are particular favorites of this Armed Forces network disk jockey. He's their brother, Pvt. Nick Clooney, of Maysville, Ky. Nick usually spins them on the late night show "Melody-go-Round", which originates in Frankfurt. But, he's pictured in action here during the AFN's "Platter Parade", special yearly show to win GI support for the March of Dimes campaign. January 17, 1956