A Massive Ordnance Air Blast (MOAB) weapon is prepared for testing at the Eglin Air Force Armament Center on March 11, 2003.  The MOAB is a precision-guided munition weighing 21,500 pounds and will be dropped from a C-130 Hercules aircraft for the test.  It will be the largest non-nuclear conventional weapon in existence.  The MOAB is an Air Force Research Laboratory technology project that began in fiscal year 2002 and is to be completed this year.  DoD photo.  (Released)

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Lt. General Rick Lynch, (U.S. Army Ret.) joins Rick to weigh in on today’s events on Afghanistan, Syria and North Korea. Lt. General Lynch is a 33 yr. veteran of the military and served in the Gulf War, Iraq and Afghanistan. He is author of ‘Work Hard, Pray Hard: The power of Faith in Action”.


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