In this very special episode of the Decision Hour, We had the honor o sit down and talk with Maj. Gen. Carl Schneider, U.S. Air Force (RET). Where to do we begin? This is a man that has seen it all, from growing up durning the Great Depression in Central Texas “Dust Bowl” working in the cotton fields, to joining the Army/Air Force in Sept. 1946. Carl shares some very memorable stories as he gives of a glimpse of his 32 year career in the military from being a fighter pilot to spear fishing with Buzz Aldrin. We talk a little about life after the Military and all the work Carl does now to help the veteran community across the country.
Carl is a published author with books like…
Little House On The High Plains – A book about growing up during the Great Depression with his 5 siblings.
Jet Pioneer: A Fighter Pilot’s Memoir – story of Major General Carl G. Schneider’s thirty-two year U.S. Air Force career. Beginning in 1946 as a newly enlisted AAF private, he rose through the ranks to become a two star general–an accomplishment very few men in American history have ever achieved.
Carl has done and seen it all! He truly is one of our nations heroes. We are blessed to call this man a friend. It’s always great talking with Carl and we hope you enjoy this very special episode.
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