Former U.S. Air Force captain Dale Brown is the author of eleven consecutive New York Times best-selling military-action-aviation adventure novels. Dale's novels are published in 11 languages and distributed to over 70 countries. Worldwide sales of his novels, audiobooks and computer games exceed 10 million copies.
He graduated from Penn State University with a degree in Western European History and received an Air Force commission in 1978. He was a navigator-bombardier in the B-52G Stratofortress heavy bomber and the FB-111A supersonic medium bomber, and is the recipient of several military decorations and awards including the Air Force Commendation Medal with oak leaf cluster, the Combat Crew Award, and the Marksmanship ribbon.
Dale is a director and volunteer pilot for AirLifeLine, a non-profit national charitable medical transportation organization who fly needy persons free of charge to receive treatment. He is a multi-engine and instrument-rated private pilot and can often be found in the skies all across the United States, piloting his own plane.
Bestselling author Dale Brown discussed how his new thriller relates to the real possibility of a deadly battle against the government and detailed how he honed his unique style of speculative fiction. ... More »Host: Ian Punnett
Former U.S. Air Force captain and author Dale Brown discussed his latest novel Strike Force, as well as space & military technology on the horizon. In the first hour, researcher Matt Savinar commented on peak oil. ... More »Host: Art Bell
Military thriller author and former Air Force Capt., Dale Brown returned for a discussion about his research and writing. ... More »Host: George Noory
Art Bell was joined by former Air Force pilot turned best-selling author, Dale Brown, who detailed his service as a navigator-bombardier aboard a B-52 Stratofortress loaded with nuclear weapons, as well as discussed the procedures and psychological stresses of preparing to drop the bomb. ... More »Host: Art Bell