Bazzel Baz

Bazzel Baz

Biography:

Bazzel Baz -a.k.a. "Baz"- is a former Marine and CIA officer who has servedas writer-technical advisor for the CBS drama, The Agency. He was alsofeatured on the USA Network program, Combat Missions (now in syndication).After graduation from The Citadel, Baz served in the United States MarineCorps with his final tour of duty as a counter-terrorism officer beforebeing recruited by the Central Intelligence Agency.

He subsequently servedfor numerous years supporting the CIA in field intelligence collectionoperations in regions including Far East, Middle East, Northern Europe,Central and South America, the Mediterranean and Africa. As a paramilitaryofficer, Baz developed and recommended policy, operational doctrine, hostagerescue, methods and techniques for use in clandestine activities. Inaddition to his qualifications with the CIA, Marine Corps and work in theentertainment industry, Baz is qualified as a Secret Service firearmsinstructor and was the recipient of the Nation's Intelligence CommendationMedal. Bazzel Baz continues to maintain contact with the internationalintelligence community.

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  • Terrorism Survival

    Ian Punnett welcomed Bazzel Baz, a former CIA agent and counter-terrorism officer, who now focuses on societal preparedness and awareness. Baz shared his analysis of cases like the DC area sniper shootings, and how they are related to terrorism.More »
  • Visions and Warnings

    Author Kathleen Keating, the main guest on Thursday night, said a group of visionaries she has contact with, have indicated we are entering into a new time of tribulation. Keating believes such things as severe weather and earthquakes are God's way of "letting us destroy...More »

Last Night

War on Cars / Faith and UFOs
War on Cars / Faith and UFOs
Jay Beeber with the National Motorists Association argued that the act of driving has become overly regulated and villainized in recent years. Followed by UFO experiencer Chris Bledsoe on his various close encounters in North Carolina.

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