Sam Dehne (pron: DNA) graduated from the United States Air Force Academy in 1962. He spent 5 years flying B-52 bombers in the Air Force before becoming a pilot with Pan American World Airways in 1967; while also flying RF-101 and RF-4 fighters in the Nevada Air National Guard. It appeared Sam's destiny had arrived. (No more resumés required...) But alas, Pan Am was "blown" out of business in late 1991 after the dastardly terrorist bombing of flight 103 over Lockerbie in 1989. Sam's flying career came to an end shortly after the horrific and sad demise of America's beloved Pan Am. Sam, serendipitously, began to discover his new "calling"... Citizen Watchdog. As a self-reliant individual, Sam has been blessed with the good fortune to be able to focus on the things he considers to be important. He does not plan to deviate from what he believes. Right or wrong... they are HIS beliefs. His work ethic and investigatory and writing skills can be found ubiquitously in the internet magazine that he created and has published for over 10 years. The Reno Citizen magazine is a non-profit (and non-salaried) publication dedicated to the betterment of mankind... especially in Reno, Nevada. Furthermore, Sam holds all the national records for official Public Testimonies (click) at myriad government meetings.