February 24, 2011
Former Director of the Star Wars program, Dr. Robert M. Bowman, spoke with Alex Jones and crew in an exclusive for PrisonPlanet.tv  — Coming in March 2011.
Dr. Robert M. Bowman (born 1934) is a former Director of Advanced Space Programs Development for the U.S. Air Force in the Ford and Carter administrations, and a former United States Air Force Lieutenant Colonel with 101 combat missions. He holds a Ph.D. in Aeronautics and Nuclear Engineering from the California Institute of Technology. Bowman is a prominent figure in the 9/11 Truth Movement and spoke at the 2006 Los Angeles symposium put on by Alex Jones and Charlie Sheen, which aired on C-SPAN.
Despite his involvement with space programs and defense, he emerged as an early public critic of the Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI, also aka “Star Wars”) during the Ronald Reagan administration. On The MacNeil-Lehrer News Hour, he called it “the ultimate military lunacy, easily overwhelmed and vulnerable”. Bowman founded the Institute for Space and Security Studies, and its publication Space & Security News (1983) (ISSN 1071-2569), and authored two books on the subject of SDI. He is also a critic of an outgrowth of the SDI program, the Bush administration’s proposed National Missile Defense.
Bowman is active with Veterans for Peace and Vietnam Veterans Against the War as a speaker. He had also been a member of the Peace Commission of the Episcopal Diocese of Washington.
In 1998, Project Censored cited Bowman’s article “Our Continuing War Against Iraq,” in the May 1998 issue of Space and Security News as one of the few (along with Bill Blum of the San Francisco Bay Guardian and Dennis Bernstein) covering what they deemed the fifth most censored story, “U.S. Weapons of Mass Destruction Linked to the Deaths of Half a Million Children.”
Bowman has also been a frequent candidate for office, including a run for Congress in Florida in 2006 and an attempt at gaining the Reform Party candidacy for president in 2000.
Bio via: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_M._Bowman