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Edgar "Rothschild" Fouche Biographical Data
(Ed used the name "Rothschild" as a Pen-name for his book. This is not the name that appears on his Birth Certificate or other Government Documents.)
A More Recent photo of Ed Edgar A. Fouché was born in rural south-central Georgia to fifth generation French Americans. Edgar and many generations of his relatives have historically been involved with the government and military in fields of intelligence, black programs, crypto, secure communications, and classified development projects.
This is true as far back as the French revolution. Joseph Fouché was the Prime Minister under Napoleon, the head of his secret or national police force and a direct ancestor of Mr. Fouché. Joseph Fouché started and controlled the world’s first professionally organized intelligence agency. The CIA, KGB, MI 5, Mossad, etc., used and expanded on his methods of intelligence gathering, networking information, and political survival. Some French historians consider him a scoundrel because he survived many of his leaders, including Napoleon and the King of France, instead of going down with the ship, so to speak. The current Fouchés are proud of being descended from the Free French who opposed slavery, at great financial and personal expense, before and during the Civil War.
The Fouché family moved from city to city frequently during Edgar's childhood. After leaving Americus Georgia, they settled for a few years in San Antonio, Texas. Yes, the move to S.A. from Georgia in "Alien Rapture," that little Joe Green experienced really happened as written. Go figure? Edgar's mother's family, the Rothschilds Russells, are of French German heritage and his grandfather Russell was a Nazarene preacher. All of the Rothschilds on my mother’s side were poor.
Edgar graduated from Longview high school in East Texas, where he was a Thespian, an Honor student, a member of the Student Council, and on the football team as Captain of the Defensive Team. The Vietnam war was escalating and many of his friends and peers were sucked into the tragic political vortex. In February of 1968 while attending Kilgore College and working as a machinist making bombs for R. G. Le Tourneau Industries. That month the military drafted a record high number of young men into the services, one of which was Edgar Fouché.
Edgar went to Lackland AFB for Air Force basic training where he volunteered for Pararescue Training. Pararescuemen jump out of helicopters to rescue downed pilots, usually under fire in a hot zone. He fractured his ankle before jump school at the Fort Benning and was then shipped off to Keesler AFB, Mississippi. Edgar initially went through a year of electronics, communications, intelligence, and cryptological schools. During the years 1967 1974, Edgar was stationed or worked at many Tactical Air Command (TAC), Air Training Command (ATC) bases, and Pacific Air Command Air Forces (PACAF) bases. He was at Kadena AFB Okinawa; Udorn AFB Thailand; Ben Hoi AFB Vietnam, and spent anywhere from a day to a month at many other South East Asian military bases. (A total of 3.5 years in Asia).
He attended several universities, including the University of New Mexico, the Air Force College, and the University of Maryland. He received degrees in Electronics and Avionics Engineering from the Air Force and a BS in Business. Somewhere along the line, Edgar joined the Masonic Lodge (later quit), became a licensed deep sea diver(with many PADI certificates) and was trained by Rostelov Jukov (Russian Defector) , and received pilot training and became an avid woodworker.
Robert Gilmour LeTourneau (November 30, 1888–June 1, 1969), born in Richford, Vermont, was a prolific inventor of earthmoving machinery. His machines represented nearly 70 percent of the earthmoving equipment and Engineering vehicles used during World War II, and he was responsible for nearly 300 patents. With the help of his wife, the late Evelyn Peterson (1900-1987), he founded what became a private, Christian university, LeTourneau University, in Longview, Texas, and was known as a devoted Christian and generous philanthropist to Christian causes, including to a camp and conference grounds that carry his name, "LeTourneau Christian Center." He was sometimes called, "God's businessman
1) LeTourneau offers degree programs in engineering, technology, the liberal arts, business, aeronautical science, education and the sciences, plus master's degree programs in Aeronautical Science, Arts and Sciences, Business, Education, Engineering and Engineering Technology.
LeTourneau University is consistently recognized by U.S. News and World Report as one of "America's Best Colleges" and has also been honored for distinguished community service by being named to the President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll for exemplary service efforts.
Entering freshman class averages of SAT scores range from approximately 140-160 points above the national average, and our students evidence a strong academic ability, although provision is made for students with lower scores who possess evidence of potential achievement.
LETU students benefit from outstanding faculty, small classes and hands-on learning opportunities in an environment that develops leadership from a Christian perspective. LETU is known for graduating students who exhibit a strong work ethic, character and immediate effectiveness in the marketplace, across the nation and around the world.
Claiming every workplace in every nation as our mission field, LeTourneau University graduates are professionals of ingenuity and Christ-like character who see life's work as a holy calling with eternal impact.
LeTourneau University Vision Statement
"Claiming every workplace in every nation as our mission field, LeTourneau University graduates are professionals of ingenuity and Christ-like character who see life's work as a holy calling with eternal impact
Dale A. Lunsford, Ph.D. is the sixth president of LeTourneau University. Lunsford joined the LeTourneau family in July 2007 and has been instrumental in improving students’ quality of life at LETU.
Under his leadership, the university completed construction of The Paul and Betty Abbott Aviation Center which provides a new home for the School of Aeronautical Science at the East Texas Regional Airport. In addition, construction was completed on The Café, a new dining facility with an upgrade of on-campus meal service, now provided by Bon Appétit, one of the nation’s premier restaurant-quality food management companies.
To further the university’s international presence, Lunsford has expanded LETU’s relationship with Handong Global University, a Christian University in Pohang, South Korea. Additionally, he was invited by the U.S. State Department to attend the first ever "Higher Education Summit for Global Development" in Washington, D.C. to promote the partnership of higher education institutions in worldwide social and economic development.
Lunsford has also been named to the board of directors for the Independent Colleges and Universities of Texas to serve a two-year term through 2010.
3)The University of Texas at Tyler led the state in enrollment growth during Lunsford’s years there as vice president. He was a fellow in Texas Governor George Bush’s Executive Development Program and has testified numerous times before the Texas Legislature on concerns regarding higher education. For his work following the Hurricane Katrina disaster, Lunsford received the Tyler Ministerial Alliance’s Martin Luther King, Jr. Humanitarian Award.
4) The site became LeTourneau Technical Institute, founded in 1946 with only male students. In 1961 the school became LeTourneau College, a co-educational four-year school. In 1989 LeTourneau College became LeTourneau University, a SACS* and ABET** accredited, nondenominational Christian university, offering four-year and two-year degree programs in engineering, technology, the liberal arts, business, aeronautical science, education, and the sciences, plus master's degree programs in business, leadership, engineering, and education.
Handong Global University (Korean: 한동대학교, Hanja: 韓東大學校) is a privately run, four-year university located in Pohang, North Gyeongsang province, South Korea.
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The list of sponsors of WORLDCOMP 2012 is currently being compiled. The ACADEMIC sponsors of the last offering of WORLDCOMP (2011) included research labs and centers affiliated with (a partial list): University of California, Berkeley; Harvard University; Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT); University of Texas at Austin; University of Southern California; Minnesota Supercomputing Institute, University of Minnesota; Germany's University of Siegen; UMIT, Institute of Bioinformatics and Translational Research, Austria; Georgia Institute of Technology; University of Iowa; Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia; University of Naples Federico II, Italy; University of Naples Parthenope, Italy; Second University of Naples, Italy; ICEL, Texas A&M University Com.; University of North Dakota; and others. CORPORATE Co-Sponsors and Sponsors at-large included (a partial list): Intel Corporation; Microsoft Research; Altera Corporation; Pico Computing; SuperMicro Computer, Inc., USA; High Performance Computing for Nanotechnology (HPCNano); International Society of Intelligent Biological Medicine; World Academy of Biomedical Sciences and Technologies; Int'l Council on Medical and Care Compunetics; UK Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform; Scientific Technologies Corporation; and HoIP - Health without Boundaries; and others.
What's more, it's revealing a menagerie of alien worlds that are challenging our understanding about how our own solar system evolved.
It's only a matter of time before we start seeing hints of a true "solar system-like" star system, possibly containing an Earth-sized world orbiting a sun-like star within its habitable zone.
There was a rumor circulating that a renowned psychic was present to give a reading of me when I gave my first presentation to the International UFO Congress.
The questions presented to the psychic concerned my honesty, integrity, and motivation. Word got back to me via the rumor mill, that I had been blessed with a very favorable reading, with the caveat that my aura momentarily forked when I lost my place in my presentation--normal for an emotional person. Being an affectionate, high strung, left handed, liberal Pisces, I agreed.
The Air Force Academy sexual assault scandal in 2003 involved allegations of sexual assault at the United States Air Force Academy, as well as allegations that the alleged incidents had been ignored by the Academy’s leadership.
DENVER (AP) — Nine years after a sexual assault scandal at the Air Force Academy sent shock waves across the military, the Defense Department last month announced a spike in reported assaults at the school — and days later the Air Force filed sex-crime charges against three cadets.
It isn't clear whether the disturbing news means sexual predation is on the rise at the academy, experts and school officials say. It could reflect the academy's efforts to encourage cadets to report any kind of unwanted sexual contact.
"I don't think anybody knows how to read that data," said Lory Manning, director of the Women in the Military Project at the Women's Research & Education Institute in Washington and a retired Navy captain.
The number of assaults reported at the academy since the 2005-06 school year, when comprehensive record-keeping began, has varied widely. From 10 in the first year, the totals rose to 24 two years later, plummeted to eight in 2008-09 and then rose again, to 20 in 2009-10 and 33 last year. Nearly 80 percent of the academy's approximately 4,600 cadets are male.
Defense Secretary Leon Panetta said Wednesday nearly 3,200 sexual assaults were reported across the military last year, but he said the real number is probably closer to 19,000 because so few victims report the crime.