Kenneth P. Werrell

Kenneth P. Werrell graduated in the second class of the USAF Academy in 1960 and went on to pilot a weather reconnaissance aircraft flying into 44 Pacific typhoons and observing the last above ground nuclear test. After resigning my commission in 1965, he attended Duke University earning a MA and PhD in history. He has taught at Radford University for 26 years with stints at the US Army Command and General Staff College and Air University. He lives in Christiansburg, VA.

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