[act-ma] 3/24/09 RFM recording of Dud Hendrick speaking on U.S. Military Bases Abroad

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Radio Free Mainepresents
Dudley Hendrickspeaking onU.S. Military Bases AbroadHow many are there?How much do they cost?Where are they located?What are their effects?
Dudley Hendrick is an Annapolis graduate and former Navy and Air Force officer who
 served in Vietnam as a UXO (unexploded ordnance) officer.  Upon leaving the military, Hendrick earned an MBA at Dartmouth and became the lacrosse coach there.  Hendrick now teaches Peace Studies at the University of Maine at Orono, is a member of Service Academy
 Graduates Against the War and serves as President of Maine Veterans for Peace.
Dudley
 tells the stories of the Chagossian people of Diego Garcia, the Micronesian people of the Marshall Islands and the Inghuit people of Greenland to document the negative effects of U.S. military bases abroad.  Hendrick was an observer at the final appeal of Chagossian people to the British High Court and lived and interviewed Inghuit people inGreenland last summer.
Hendrick speaks and answers questions for one hour. 
Sponsored by Winthrop-area People for Peace and Maine Veterans for Peace
Recorded by Roger Leisner on March 24, 2009 at the State Capitol Building in Augusta, Maine
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