In the early 80s my father Terry Frymire Sr., a part of the Air Force, moved with my brother Allen and mother Beth to Bitburg, Germany.
As a child I first began designing aerospace materials at a very young age, many that are still used today.
Living on base there where constant air raid warnings in the day and middle of the night.
I wrote letters asking for peace and shook hands with Gorbachev during a peace summit with Russian kids, introducing them to American candies and bubble gum etc.
This spirit of peace I have continued to pursue.
Not long ago I wrote letters once again to several embassies including Japan, Russia and Israel as well as Donald Trump himself.
I explained a design to Donald Trump to protect Earth I nicknamed the "Space Bumper Tug" hoping that Kim Jon Un could be a part of protecting our world.
I am thankful for results and I hope I can be forgiven for my cries to pursue better paths that I would like to do.
Terry R Frymire Jr
Peace be with you (shalom)
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