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James E.

James E., Announcements Department, Video Editor

Meet James Erickson

Hello there! My name is James and I am a writer for BTMS Journalism. I am in 8th grade and I enjoy traveling and my Civil Air Patrol career. I hope to meet all of you!

Why I Joined Journalism

I joined Journalism because I can design, edit, and record.

What I Do When I Am Not In School

I am in the United States Air Force Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol as a Cadet, so I focus on aerospace, and aeronautics, I also collect antique militaria and 3-D design/print things.

My Favorite Quote

"Every accomplishment starts with the decision to try."

-John Fitzgerald Kennedy, 35th President Of The United States

 

 

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This photo was taken by a landing craft driver after the gate dropped. You can see the sand dust from the German bullets hitting the beach.

The 79th Anniversary of D-Day

James Erickson, Writer For Bulldog Brief, WWII & Holocaust Historian
June 8, 2023
Battles Of Narvik, Norway

Battles Of Narvik, Norway

Warning, article includes: War, War Photos, the Third Reich, Weapons .....I do not support or condone any actions of Nazi Germany, I am spreading information about them because it is a very important, but also very ugly part of history. I show no support for Nazi Germany, but is crucial to show what they did so history doesn't repeat itself (after the war they tried to hide everything they did mainly by burning most of the concentration camp uniforms, blowing up Der F├╝rers bunker, etc)
James Erickson, Writer For Bulldog Brief
April 17, 2023
A-10 Thunderbolt Warthog II launching chaff and flares

Aviation News: Congress To Retire 21 A-10 Thunderbolt IIs

Making room for F-35As and other aircraft in the USAF Fleet.
James Erickson, Writer For Bulldog Brief
January 10, 2023
The History Of Brier-Terrace Middle School

The History Of Brier-Terrace Middle School

James Erickson, Writer For Bulldog Brief
December 12, 2022
The Last Boeing 747-800

The Last Boeing 747-800

Pictured below is the last Boeing 747 "Queen Of The Skies" to leave the Everett Facility, Tuesday, December 6th.
James Erickson, Writer For Bulldog Brief
December 12, 2022
Image Credit To: Greenville Journal

The Civil Air Patrol Cadet Program

James Erickson, Announcements Department, Video Editor
October 17, 2022
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