Commander Allan Palmer grew up with the U.S. Air Force as his family moved from base to base across the United States and Europe. After graduation from East Tennessee State University, he attended the U.S. Air Force Officer Training School where he was commissioned a Second Lieutenant in 1966 and became a third generation Air Force officer. Allan has held several senior management positions, including at the San Diego Aerospace Museum where he managed one of the top five aviation and space museums in the country. Allan is currently the Executive Director and CEO of the National Atomic Testing Museum, located in Las Vegas, Nevada and one of only 37 National Museums in America.
Filling in for George Noory, George Knapp hosted an evening of Open Lines. In the first hour, Cmdr. Allan Palmer and Karen Green of the National Atomic Testing Museum talked about their new Area 51 exhibit. ... More »Host: George Knapp
In a special program, George Noory was joined by Linda Moulton Howe to interview various guests (Jonathan Emord, David Seaman, Tyrel Ventura, & Gerald Celente) about the National Defense Authorization Act, which many consider to be a curtailing of US citizens' rights & liberties. In the last hour, radio host/filmmaker Alex Jones sounded off on the topic, and related issues. First hour guest, Commander Allan Palmer, director of the Atomic Testing Museum located in Las Vegas talked about the history of the testing of nuclear weapons, and some of the exhibits at their museum. ... More »Host: George Noory