Interview on travel safety with Leo J Maloney spend 35 years working as a "black ops" operative
for a "Mission Impossible" type agency. In 1966 he was recruited to become a
black ops contractor for a clandestine government agency after he entered the US
Army. He traveled the world - to Vietnam, Cambodia, Kuwait, Israel, Libya, the
Congo, Iran, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Afghanistan, and other strategically important
hotspots. His new book is a quasi-memoir of his Black Ops days.
J Maloney - retired Black Operative & author of "TERMINATION ORDERS:
Code Name, Cobra" Interview, Travel Safety Tips
TERMINATION ORDERS: Code Name Cobra goes into a second printing
“TERMINATION ORDERS: Code Name
Cobra is action filled from beginning to end.
It’s a study of how evil can be overcome when people with integrity and
honor carry out their missions and live their lives. Follow retired
Black Ops Agent Dan Morgan from New England to Washington, DC to the
Mid-East and back again as he confronts deceitful, murderous and corrupt
government officials and double agents. It’s a book you will not want to
put down.” – Leo, Thanks for the book and our
interview on traveling safely. - Bruce Oliver, Cruise with Bruce Radio
J Maloney, retired Black Operative is the author of the novel:
Termination Orders: Code Name, Cobra
Listen to this program where Black Operative, Leo J Maloney's a guest on the
Cruise with Bruce radio show. The subject of the interview, travel safety. Listen to the same tips that Leo gives his family
and friends who travel. How to traveling safely through cities, hotels and
airports, what to look for and what to do to increase your personal safety while
Here for Info> He also talks about his life as a black operative, actor and
author of the quasi-memoir novel "TERMINATION ORDERS: Code Name Cobra" based on
his time working in covert operations.
Leo J Maloney was born in Massachusetts, where he spent his childhood and
graduated high school and Northeastern University. In 1966 he was inducted into
the army and during basic training he was recruited to become a black ops
contractor for a clandestine government agency, and his life changed forever.
traveled the world - to Vietnam, Cambodia, Kuwait, Israel, Libya, the Congo,
Iran, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Afghanistan, and other strategically important
hotspots. As an independent contractor, he was never required to accept a
particular assignment, but rather selected ones that met his criteria that it
was in the best interest of the country, although once a mission was underway,
there was no turning back. Unlike many of his peers, he lived to tell the tale.
While he was serving his country in thesecretive world of black opsover a
period of 35 years, he operated several "cover" businesses including a classic
car brokerage, promotions and limousine companies, and a detective agency.
During that time he worked in the most secretive and dangerous areas of law
enforcement. In order to publish his quasi-memoir narrative, a masterly blend of
Black Ops intrigue had to be cleverly interwoven with imaginative sequences of
fiction. The reader must guess which accounts are real and which are merely
storytelling, much like the CIA Operatives must "call" the blurred lines between
money and politics, between U.S. Corporatocracy and the government "of the
people," all in a split-second life and death decision made in our name.
After leaving his career in black ops, Leo continued several of his cover
businesses, and also had the opportunity to try his hand at acting in
independent films and TV commercials. Leo has 10 movies to his credit both as an
actor and behind the camera as a producer, technical advisor, and assistant
director. He performed dual roles as a featured performer (a Boston Police
Captain) and technical advisor in the movie 27 Down. He is the associate
producer for the disaster film CO2, and he both performed the role of Judge and
was the producer for the Christian-themed Luke Eleven. Leo has appeared in
several other films, including Revenge as Special Agent Andrew Garnell of the
FBI in Boston.
Having discussed some of the details of his secret life as a black ops
contractor, with his confidants and family, they were fascinated by his stories
and encouraged him to write a book. Over a two year period, Leo worked with an
assistant writer, reliving many of his experiences and evolving them into his
first novel: "Termination Orders, Code Name Cobra"
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