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In April 1997, USAF Capt. Craig Button crashed his A-10 Thunderbolt II jet into the side of Gold Dust Peak in the Holy Cross Wilderness in Colorado. He departed his airfield with four 500-pound bombs – that weren’t aboard the plane when he crashed. Why he crashed and the location of the bombs are still a mystery. Click here to read my story in 5280 Magazine about the crash investigation and my trip to the side of the mountain.

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Standing in the debris field of Capt. Button’s A-10 jet on the side of Gold Dust Peak in Colorado.

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My Fox News Science and Technology article on the use of weaponized drones by ISIS in Mosul.

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An Iraqi Counter Terrorism Service soldier examines an ISIS drone modified to drop rifle grenades.

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Following the deployment of U.S. Army Special Forces into Syria, I was published in the Denver Post Op-ed section commenting on the capabilities of special operations troops, and the reasons why we should call ISIS by the Arabic acronym “Daesh.