Larry Vardiman - Military Service - US Air Force

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Military Service: 1967-1970                                                                                 Previous

Larry & Jeannette Vardiman Graduation from Air Force Officer's Training School

Larry, Jeannette, Anna Santen (Mother-in-law)

Larry joined the US Air Force as an USAF Officer, Air Weather Service, Aerospace Modification Division Scott Air Force Base, Illinois 1967-70.

He established a fog dispersal system at Fairchild Air Force base in Spokane, WA during the winter of 1969-1970. This was used for over 20 years to disperse the fog enough to allow planes to land during stormy conditions.  He published a paper in the Journal of Applied Meteorology on fog dispersal.            

See Article.

After completing his four year commitment with the US Air force he pursued a career in meteorology with the Bureau of Reclamation. 

After 15 years of experience in his field of expertise he became a college professor, administrator and research scientist with an emphasis on determining the age of the Earth.

His combined efforts with other research scientists in a variety of fields show compelling scientific evidence that the Earth is actually less than 10,000 years old, just as the Bible shows  in a literal interpretation.

See List of Publications


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