Major General Charles W. Swan

Major General Charles W. Swan

THE
GENERAL OFFICER
OF
THE UNITED STATES
SPECIAL FIELD FORCES

NATIONAL MILITIA

To all who shall see these presents, greeting:
Know ye, that reposing special trust and confidence in the patriotism, valor, fidelity and abilities of
Major GENERAL CHARLES W. Swan , I do appoint him
NATIONAL SECURITY ADVISOR in the
United States Special Forces
National Militia

to date as such from the First day of February Nineteen Hundred and 95 . This officer will therefore carefully and diligently discharge the duties of the office to which appointed by doing and performing all manner of things thereunto belonging.

And I do strictly charge and require those officers and other personnel of lesser rank to render such obedience as is due an officer of this grade and position. And this officer is to observe and follow such orders and directions, from time to time, as maybe given by the General of the United Slates Special Field Forces, or other superior officers acting in accordance with the land of the United States of America.

This commission is to continue in force during the pleasure of the General of the United States Special Field Forces, under the provisions of those privileges relating to Officers of the Armed Forces of the United States of America and the volunteer components thereof; therefore this appointment is made.

Done away from the City of Washington, this 19th day of February in the year of our Lord, one thousand nine hundred and 95 and of the Independence of the United States of America, the *218th; By the General of the U.S.S.F. /National Militia

Leon E. Koon,
Commanding General of the USSF Commmanding General, U.S.S.F. INM.

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  1. Trapped inside the Beltway Directed by: Charles W. Swan Directed by: Charles W. Swan Submitted by: Charles W. Swan X

    Synopses People Qualifiers Formats Screenings Presskit Resumes Downloads Synopses 3-Line Synopsis While our soldiers are fighting abroad, our children are being attacked at home by crime, drugs and are murdered.

    3-Line Synopsis (French) Where are the politician on crime and drugs? While our soldiers are fighting abroad, our children are being attacked at home by crime, drugs and are being murdered. Crime and drugs in America seems to be an accepted way of America life.

    Programming Descriptors FORMS:Documentary, Multimedia, Feature, Short, Ad Spot, Industrial GENRES:Family, Drama, Educational, Crime, Human Rights, Urban, Action, Art NICHES:African American, Asian, Asian American, Hispanic, Jewish, Native American, Third World, Senior/Aging, Children

    Foreign Titles ENGLISH Trapped inside the Beltway Medium Synopsis Where are the politician on crime and drugs? While our soldiers are fighting abroad, our children are being attacked at home by crime, drugs and are being murdered. Crime and drugs in America seems to be an accepted way of America life.

    Medium-Word Synopsis (French) Where are the politician on crime and drugs? While our soldiers are fighting abroad, our children are being attacked at home by crime, drugs and are being murdered. Crime and drugs in America seems to be an accepted way of America life. Where do you stand on the crime and drug issue?

    Are our children safe? Can we save them? They may be trapped inside the beltway. The children are victimized by drugs, crime, aids and poor public schools. What are we educating them to be? I hope to be safe and to survive!! While we were fighting abroad, our people were being attacked at home.

    Long Synopsis Where are the politician on crime and drugs? While our soldiers are fighting abroad, our children are being attacked at home by crime, drugs and are being murdered. Crime and drugs in America seems to be an accepted way of America life. Where do you stand on the crime and drug issue?

    Are our children safe? Can we save them? They may be trapped inside the beltway. The children are victimized by drugs, crime, aids and poor public schools. What are we educating them to be? I hope to be safe and to survive!! While we were fighting abroad, our people were being attacked at home.

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