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>>>>(WHITE-COLLAR INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY THEFT)<<<< NO RIGHT OF USE OF THE MARK: Military City USA Radio, Has Been Granted to Mark Frye, or Col. Kelly Crooks, USAF ret. or the Alamo Chapter, Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association, Interntional (Alamo-AFECA) and CMP Mgt. Co. Inc., Austin, TX

2014 May 2
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To: The United States Patent and Trademark Office

C/O Attorney, McDorman, Roger Thomas

RE: Notice of Protest of Trade Mark Registration for

Military City USA Radio Serial Number  86021854

This is to confirm the protest of the filing for Military City USA Radio, as follows: (APPLICANT) Alamo Chapter, AFCEA International AKA Alamo AFCEA Chapter Bill Morrow, Alamo AFCEA chapter president David Kovach, Alamo AFCEA executive vice president Marla Dial, Alamo AFCEA vice president, publicity UNINCORPORATED ASSOCIATION TEXAS CMP Management Company Inc. P.O. Box 200363 P.O. Box 200363 TEXAS 78720

  • The logo claimed for use in this filing was not designed by or for Registrant, Alamo Chapter, AFCEA International AKA Alamo Chapter, AFCEA.
  • Registrant (Alamo Chapter, AFCEA International AKA Alamo Chapter, AFCEA) had no affiliation with the ongoing radio program on 07/01/2010, the date the application claims the mark was First Used.
  • All content that appears on any other web site owned by Alamo Chapter, AFCEA International AKA Alamo Chapter, AFCEA, pertaining to the Military City USA Radio Show prior to 1/1/2013 has been lifted from this site (.com) without permission.
  • No authority has been granted by the original user of the name, Military City USA Radio, to the Alamo Chapter, Armed Forces and Communications Association.  

Request for denial of Registration is hereby presented.



Captain Gail Hathaway, airing July 20

2013 July 14

Captain Gail Hathaway

NMETC sealCaptain Gail Hathaway is a native of Minnesota and 1985 graduate of the University of Minnesota.  She holds three sub-specialties in the Medical Service Corps: Industrial Hygiene, Aerospace Physiology, and Plans Operations and Medical Intelligence (POMI) and is joint-duty qualified.

Her career as a Medical Service Corps officer began on initial assignment as an Industrial Hygiene Officer at NAS North Island.  In 1988, she was selected for aviation training and reported to Pensacola, Fla., for re-designation as a pilot under instruction.  A year later, she began initial training as a Naval Aerospace Physiologist and received her Aerospace Physiology “Wings of Gold” in July 1989.  She assumed Department Head duties at Aviation Physiology Training Unit, NAS Pensacola, Fla.

In 1991, Captain Hathaway reported for a cross-service tour with the US Air Force at the 55th Medical Group at Offutt AFB, Neb., and was selected for joint duty a year later at the newly-designated United States Strategic Command as the first Deputy Command Surgeon and Director of Human Factors.  She reported in April 1996 to Marine Aircraft Group 31 in Beaufort, SC as Aeromedical Safety Officer and deployed onboard USS George Washington (CVN-73) to Operation Southern Watch with Marine Fighter-Attack Squadron 251 (VMFA-251).Her staff positions include Detailer for Medical Service Corps Operational Specialties and Physician Assistants and Executive Assistant to the Assistant Chief, BUMED, for Operational Medicine and Fleet Support (MED-02).  She also served as the Surgeon General’s Specialty Leader for Aerospace Physiology, Navy Program Manager for the Naval Aerospace Physiology Program and the Chief of Naval Operation’s Training Agent for Naval Aviation Survival Training (OPNAV N789).Captain Hathaway’s Executive and senior Operational Medicine assignments include Officer in Charge, Navy Environmental and Preventive Medicine Unit No. 6 (NEPMU-6), Pearl Harbor, HI, Deputy Fleet Surgeon and Joint Task Force-519 Surgeon, U. S. Pacific Fleet, and Navy Liaison to Joint Task Force Homeland Defense.  She assumed Command of U. S. Naval Medical Research Unit Number Two (NAMRU-2) in 2010, following the Command’s urgent relocation from Jakarta, Indonesia to Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.

In 2012, Captain Hathaway was selected as the second Deputy Commandant and Chief of Staff (first from Navy) of the Medical Education and Training Campus (METC) at Fort Sam Houston, Texas.  She assumed her current assignment as the inaugural Commander of NMETC in July 2012, upon the Command’s relocation from Jacksonville, Florida to San Antonio, Texas.Captain Hathaway holds a Masters degree in Industrial Safety and is a graduate of Naval Postgraduate School’s Aviation Safety School in Monterey, Calif.  She is board certified in Aerospace Physiology.

Her personal decorations include the Legion of Merit with one gold star, Defense Meritorious Service Medal, the Meritorious Service Medal with gold star, Joint Commendation Medal, Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal with gold star, the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal and numerous campaign and unit awards.

Dick “Lefty” O’Neal

2013 July 13

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Dick "Lefty" O'Neal

Lefty O'Neal book

Dick “Lefty” O’Neal is the only white baseball player to have pitched for two teams in the Negro Leagues. He played for the Biloxi Dodgers in the Gulf Coast Negro League and the San Antonio Black Sox in the South Texas Negro League. He also served in the United States Air Force for twenty years in a range of capacities — including athletics and ROTC NCO positions, as an instructor and teacher at USAF Instructors school in Montgomery, Ala., and later on diplomatic staff at Ankara, Turkey. He also served on the Air Training Command staff.

Today, Mr. O’Neal works as a corporate training consultant, an associate baseball scout for the Atlanta Braves, an executive board member for the

Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and vice president of the South Texas Professional Baseball Negro League Player’s Association. He also serves as adjunct professor in speech communication at San Antonio College in San Antonio, Texas.

He and his wife, Harriett, live in Universal City, Texas. They are the parents of two grown children.

Loyd S. “Chip” Utterback

2013 July 6


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Loyd S. "Chip" Utterbackwww.afvillages.orgLieutenant General Chip Utterback, USAF-Ret, guides six Air Force Village corporations dedicated to quality retirement living and superior health care for retired and honorably served military officers from all services. Daily, Chip leads this vibrant, multimillion-dollar organization, driven by AFV’s commitment to provide residents with a comfortable, enjoyable home. Retiring from the Air Force in 2009, his final military duty was as Commander of the Thirteenth Air Force and the Air Forces Pacific, where he served as the Air Component Commander responsible for the

command, control and execution of all military air, space, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities in the Pacific Theater. The general served as a major command vice commander, commanded the 2nd and 13th Air Forces, three flying wings, an operations group and a fighter squadron.

Most recently, the general served in a civilian capacity as a USAF Mentor charged with training and mentoring senior USAF officers in the art of leadership, corporate management, strategic planning and operational execution.

He earned a Bachelor of Business Administration from Texas A&M University and holds a Masters of Aeronautical Science degree from Embry Riddle University. A career fighter pilot with nearly 3,000 flight hours, mostly in the F-4 and the F-16 aircraft, he led his squadron on its first daylight mission into Iraq during Operation Desert Storm and later flew combat missions in Afghanistan.

Major General Alfred Stewart

2013 June 29

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Major General Alfred Stewart

Air Force Personnel Center

Maj. Gen. A.J. Stewart is Commander, Air Force Personnel Center, Joint Base San Antonio – Randolph, Texas. AFPC ensures commanders around the world have the right number of skilled Air Force personnel to conduct the mission. The center executes programs covering the entire life cycle of military and civilian personnel for the Air Force, from accession through retirement, including recreation, growth, development and deployment. AFPC’s diverse workforce, with 10 subordinate units, has more than 3,600 Air Force military, civilian and contractor personnel responsible for worldwide operations for 1.77 million Airmen and family members.

General Stewart entered the Air Force in 1981 as a graduate of the U.S. Air Force Academy. He served in a variety of KC-135 Stratotanker assignments, including Combat Crew Training School instructor, training program manager and as an operations officer. He has commanded an air refueling squadron, an operations group and a flying training wing. His staff assignments include tours on the Air Staff, with U.S. Transportation Command’s Joint Deployment Training Center, and Headquarters U.S. Air Forces in Europe. In 1983, General Stewart flew air refueling missions in support of Operation URGENT FURY. In 1985, during the Iran-Iraq War, he deployed to Southwest Asia in support of Operation Elf One. From September 2004 to January 2005, he served as Director, Combined Joint Task Force – Horn of Africa, Air Component Coordination Element. Most recently, he was deployed as Combined Air Operations Center Director of Mobility Forces in support of operations Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom. Prior to his current assignment, the general served as Commander, Air Force Recruiting Service, Randolph Air Force Base, Texas.

General Stewart is a command pilot with more than 3,000 flying hours in the KC-135A, KC-135R, T-1 and C-17 aircraft.

1981 Bachelor of Science degree in management and business administration, U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, Colo.
1992 Master of Arts degree in national security and strategic studies, College of Naval Command and Staff, Naval War College, Newport, R.I.
1997 Master of Science degree in national security strategy, National War College, Fort Lesley J. McNair, Washington, D.C.
2004 National Security Management Fellow, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University, N.Y.
2007 Capstone, Fort Lesley J. McNair, Washington, D.C.

1. August 1981 – July 1982, student, undergraduate pilot training, Williams AFB, Ariz.
2. December 1982 – November 1984, KC-135 copilot, 7th Air Refueling Squadron, Carswell AFB, Texas
3. November 1984 – May 1988, KC-135 copilot; aircraft commander; instructor; and standardization and evaluation pilot, 11th Air Refueling Squadron and 306th Air Refueling Squadron, Altus AFB, Okla.
4. June 1988 – July 1991, KC-135 instructor pilot, Combat Crew Training School Castle AFB, Calif.
5. August 1991 – June 1992, student, Naval Command and Staff Course, Naval War College, Newport, R.I.
6. June 1992 – May 1994, Chief, Force Structure Branch, Deputy Chief of Staff for Plans and Operations, Headquarters U.S. Air Force, Washington, D.C.
7. June 1994 – February 1995, operations officer, 350th Air Refueling Squadron, McConnell AFB, Kan.
8. February 1995 – June 1996, Commander, 384th Air Refueling Squadron, McConnell AFB, Kan.
9. August 1996 – June 1997, student, National War College, Fort Lesley J. McNair, Washington, D.C.
10. July 1997 – April 2000, staff officer, Joint Deployment Training Center, Fort Eustis, Va.
11. April 2000 – April 2002, Commander, 6th Operations Group, MacDill AFB, Fla.
12. April 2002 – August 2003, Commander, 71st Flying Training Wing, Vance AFB, Okla.
13. September 2003 – August 2005, Assistant Director of Air and Space Operations, Headquarters U.S. Air Forces in Europe, Ramstein Air Base, Germany
14. August 2005 – June 2006, Vice Commander, Air Command Europe, Ramstein AB, Germany
15. June 2006 – June 2008, Commander, 21st Expeditionary Mobility Task Force, McGuire AFB, N.J.
16. June 2008 – August 2010, Commander, Air Force Recruiting Service, Headquarters Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas
17. August 2010 – present, Commander, Air Force Personnel Center, Randolph AFB, Texas

Rating: Command pilot
Flight hours: More than 3,000
Aircraft: KC-135A, KC-135R, T-1 and C-17

Legion of Merit with oak leaf cluster
Defense Meritorious Service Medal with oak leaf cluster
Meritorious Service Medal with two oak leaf clusters
Air Force Commendation Medal with oak leaf cluster
National Defense Service Medal with bronze star
Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal
Global War on Terrorism Service Medal

Second Lieutenant May 27, 1981
First Lieutenant May 27, 1983
Captain May 27, 1985
Major Jan. 1, 1990
Lieutenant Colonel Feb. 1, 1995
Colonel May 1, 1999
Brigadier General Dec. 2, 2006
Major General July 16, 2010