Sampling of Letters of Commendations
For Corruption-Fighting Activist Rodney Stich

FAA Commendations

Commendations by Flying Tigers and Douglas Aircraft
after finishing Flying Tigers DC-8 Operating Manual

Admissions by Federal District and Appellate Judges at San Francisco stating That Charges were Serious

"Mr. Stich, these are serious charges, but they are for Congress to investigate."

Stich responded: "Congress refuses to investigate. But I am not asking you to investigate. I'm here to report the federal crimes to a federal judge as specifically required by Title 18 U.S.C. § 4. In that way I make a record, and when a federal judge performs his or her duty and receives it, that judicial record would required Department of Justice personnel to investigate."

Prior to that, in the district court. U.S. District Judge stated that the issues were serious. But the U.S. Attorney stated, in his motion to dismiss, that Stich had no standing to bring the action. (the action reporting deadly crimes against the United States that were ongoing!).

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Byron White's
Unprecedented personal letter and apology,
dated October 28, 1991, in  response to a 60-page emergency petition describing corrupt and criminal activities in key government positions; the harmful and catastrophic consequences of those offenses; and the attacks upon Stich by Department of Justice personnel and federal judges, trying to silence him:

"Dear Mr. Stich,

As a single Justice, I can be of no help to you. I am returning your petition.

Sincerely yours,

Byron White

That petition, in which Justice White said he could not be of any help—as a single Justice—contained information of massive corruption in some of the highest offices of the United States—as enablers of some of the nation's worst tragedies, including those that had already occurred and then continued to result in even worse catastrophic events—including the continuation of corruption-enabled al Qaeda successes, including those that would occur on 9/11.

Famous Aviation Litigation Lawyers Lee Kreindler and Stuart Speiser

Assistant U.S. Attorney George Stoll, San Francisco

Famous Honolulu newspaper columnist, Eddie Sherman, stated in a email,

Eddie died a week later, on February 22, 2013.

See readers comments.

Sampling of book reviews.

U.S. Navy Aviator

Youngest prestigious U.S. Navy Patrol Plane Commander (PPC) in World War II. (President George Bush (sr.) claims to be youngest Naval Aviator (getting his Navy wings at the same timebut he was a single-engine pilot). Stich joined the U.S. Navy  in 1940, a year before the Japanese attack upon Pearl Harbor.

Patrol Plane Commander (PPC) Rodney Stich and Crew,
Navy Patrol Bombing Squadron 108, Tinian Island



PPC Rodney Stich, VPB 120, Whidbey Island



I nternational Airline Captain

International airline captain after the end of World War II, for an airline that three  articles in the Saturday Evening Post magazine called, "The Daring Young Men of Transocean Airlines." (Various flying included flying Captain for Japan Airlines  and having as copilots former wartime Japanese Navy Pilots; flying Muslim pilgrims to the holy city of Mecca and Medina; caught in a CIA-engineered revolution in Iran in 1953; and much more.


 Captain Rodney Stich, Japan Airlines


Federal Airline Safety Inspector

In 1961, as airline disasters were a common event, sometimes occurring every few months, he was hired by the Federal Aviation Agency (FAA). One of those airline disasters set a world record, and was a United Airlines DC-8 that crashed into the Brooklyn section of New York City. That horrific aviation disasters occurred on December 16, 1960. Corruption enabled that disaster to occur, and ironically, 40 years later, New York City experienced another world record experienced another and even more horrific world record aviation event: September 11, 2001. Those were also enabled by corruption.

FAA Inspector Rodney Stich, center


Books by insiders that document
decades of covert and/or corrupt activities by
America's secret government.






All of the books are available at, in print and on digital formats, and at many other Internet sites. They bring together the various pieces of the puzzle to better understand the overall picture, and why the same conditions continue year after year. Information on the books by former government agent Rodney Stich

Sampling of early books reviews

Sampling of complimentary letters/faxes to author/activist Rodney Stich.

Background on America's Longest Corruption-Fighter