Archive: Lee Boyland
Was the Commander in Chief AWOL On 9/11/2012? - May 20, 2013
What Happened At Fordow, Iran? - Feb 27, 2013
Will Ignoring The Second Amendment Trigger Another Civil War? - Feb 6, 2013
Still Time To Cancel Our November 6th Suicide Pact - Nov 12, 2012
Have We Kept Our Republic? - Nov 9, 2012
Benghazi: An Indelible Stain on America’s Honor - Oct 29, 2012
Will America Remain a Constitutional Republic? - Sep 17, 2012
Is Egypt the Next Iran? - Jun 26, 2012
2012: The Second Arab Spring - Mar 5, 2012
Beware the ‘Ides’ of September - Sep 21, 2011
‘Seven Days in May,’ the Middle East Version - Apr 11, 2011
More Outrage by Peaceful Muslims - Apr 7, 2011
The Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Station Disaster - Mar 17, 2011
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About Lee Boyland
Lee Boyland earned a degree in nuclear engineering, then entered active duty as an officer in the U.S. Army Ordnance Corps. A graduate of the U.S. Navy’s Explosive and Nuclear Ordnance Disposal Schools, Boyland was assigned to the Defense Atomic Support Agency in Albuquerque, NM. A member of DASA’s Nuclear Emergency Team responsible for nuclear weapons accidents, including the rendering safe of armed nuclear warheads, he had access to the design details of every nuclear and thermonuclear warhead developed by the United States through the Mark 63 warhead. His duties took him to the Nevada Test Site on many occasions. After leaving the Army, he designed conventional and special ordnance, and demilitarized chemical weapons at Rocky Mountain Arsenal and Tooele Army Depot. He made the transition to hazardous waste management by applying aerospace combustion technology to incineration of Agent Orange. He is the author of "The Rings of Allah and Behold, an Ashen Horse," which received critical acclaim by the Military Writers Society of America.
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