I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the Republic for which it stands, one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.
Jesse Brown, Tommy Brown, Dale, Dorothy (Faris)Brown, Nellie Agnes (Godfrey) Brown, Irvin (Burt) Brown (Feb 1948)
Dale was born in Centerville, IA, September 28, 1947 to Dorothy Dean Faris, an Iowa farm girl, and Tommy Edward Brown, an industrial mechanic who served in North Africa, Sicily, and Italy with the 34th(Red Bull) Infantry Division during World War II (3 bronze Stars). He is a 1965 graduate of Seymour Community High School in Seymour, Iowa, 1967 graduate of Centerville Community Junior College, and attended 1 year at Iowa State University as an Advanced Corps Air Force ROTC cadet with 6 weeks summer training at Keesler Air Force Base, Biloxi, MS.
He entered the United States Navy in January 1969 and served with the US Naval Security Group until October 1982. His assignments have been at the US Naval Communication Station Honolulu, HI (temporary assignment to OIC National Security Agency Pacific. Pearl Harbor), Naval Security Group Activity, Winter Harbor, ME, Naval Technical Training Center Corry Station Pensacola, FL (Special Assignment to Chief of Naval Operations (Naval Under Sea Center Point Loma, CA, USS Blue Ridge LCC19, NavCams East Pac)), and USS Texas CGN39.
Upon discharge, he worked as a Product Engineer for Sperry Gyroscope at the Naval Amphibious Base, Norfolk VA and Mayport Naval Base near Jacksonville, FL and made several trips to Al Jubayl, Saudi Arabia, supporting the Royal Saudi Naval Forces. He worked at the US Navy Mobil Technical Unit 4 at the Newport Naval Base, Newport, RI, supporting the US Navy Atlantic Fleet and US Navy Kuwaiti oil tanker escort operations in Persian Gulf. While in RI, he attended the University of Rhode Island, completing most of the work required for a BS in Mathematics. He spent a year in Melbourne, Australia in support of the combat systems on a new construction frigate for the Royal Australian Navy. Upon return to the United States he spent 2 years supporting the installation of the Next Generation Weather Radar network (NEXRAD Doppler Radar) all over the United Sates for the US Weather Service. By this time his business division had been passed through Unisys Corp, Loral, and Lockheed Martin. He left Lockheed Martin to complete his BS in Mathematics at the University of Rhode Island and began work at Raytheon Co. at Bedford and Tewksbury, MA as a Senior Technical Support Engineer and Senior Software Engineer. During this time he attended the University of Massachusetts, Lowell, picking up undergraduate certificates in Information Technology, UNIX, and Data Tele-communications and went on to Rivier College in Nashua, NH, where he completed his MS in Computer Science.
Dale retired from Raytheon and began retirement benefits from Lockheed Martin and Raytheon in February 2008. He began following the economic and political situation and has decided that the political and economic deterioration due to incompetence, corruption and prurient self interests must be stopped by a conscientious ethical change in government. With limited finances he challenged the incumbent Democrat political machine for the House of Representatives seat from the 5th Congressional District of Massachusetts as an Independent candidate in 2010. The experience of this futile campaign was invaluble and he has returned home to continue his efforts to restore the republic that he has he has dedicated his life to.
The only chance for a return to prosperity and American values is by returning government to the moral and ethical values of the founders that have been gradually eroded over the last 100 years. It is time for the people to take their government back from the “elite” power brokers. It is the responsibility of all Americans to question boldly, discuss intelligently, consider all points of view and choose wisely.