Testimonies by Top Military Officers

April 2013 presentation by Dave Gapp

This program was hosted by USAF (Ret) Lt Col Dave Gapp. Dave spent 31 years as an Air Force fighter pilot and intelligence officer, and was trained and has experience as an Aircraft Accident Investigator.

Last month’s event focused on the COMPLICIT COVERUP (or worse) by military leaders on September 11, 2001. However, there are many military leaders who discount the US Government’s “official version” of the events that day. Three that will be featured on video are Lt Col (USAF, Ret) Robert Bowman, MGEN (USA, Ret) Albert Stubblebine and former Marine Dr. Alan Sabrosky.

Discussion followed.

Robert M. Bowman is a former Director of Advanced Space Programs Development for the U.S. Air Force in the Ford and Carter administrations, and a former United States Air Force Lieutenant Colonel with 101 combat missions. He holds a Ph.D. in Aeronautics and Nuclear Engineering from the California Institute of Technology.

Albert “Bert” Newton Stubblebine III is a retired Major General in the United States Army. He graduated from the United States Military Academy and received a master’s degree in chemical engineering from Columbia University. His active duty career spanned 32 years, and he is credited with redesigning the U.S. Army intelligence architecture during his command of the United States Army Intelligence and Security Command from 1981 to 1984.

Alan Sabrosky (Ph.D., University of Michigan) is a writer and consultant specializing in national and international security affairs. In December 1988, he received the Superior Civilian Service Award after more than five years of service at the U.S. Army War College as Director of Studies, Strategic Studies Institute, and holder of the General of the Army Douglas MacArthur Chair of Research. A Marine Corps Vietnam veteran and a 1986 graduate of the U.S. Army War College, Dr. Sabrosky├Ľs teaching and research appointments have included the United States Military Academy, the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), Middlebury College and Catholic University; while in government service, he held concurrent adjunct professorships at Georgetown University and the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS).