Geoff Metcalf is a ninth-generation commissioned officer in the U.S. military and a former Green Beret. He is a retired Army lieutenant colonel who has commanded a special forces operational detachment and a military police company, in addition to various staff positions from battalion to division level.
His first book, "The Terrorist Killers" (1989) was a prophetic novel. His most recent nonfiction book "In The Arena" is a collection of interviews covering a wide spectrum (from Col. David Hackworth and Ted Nugent to Tammy Bruce and Ann Coulter).
Metcalf has an eclectic professional background, with careers in radio, print journalism, advertising, and consulting. He began climbing the broadcasting ladder in 1968, starting as a news editor and progressing through a variety of positions including news director, program director, sales manager, general manager, and owner of a Massachusetts radio station.
He was a columnist for the Sacramento Union and an editorial writer for the Evening Times in Rhode Island. His regular weekly column has been seen in Newsmax, Accuracy in Media, WorldNetDaily, Etherzone, FederalObserver, NewsWithViews, Sierra Times, The Aisle, Americandaily, The Washington Dispatch, and CalNews.
Metcalf, who received the NRA Defender of Freedom Award and numerous community awards, is a nationally syndicated radio talk show host for Talk America and a veteran media performer. He has appeared on Hannity and Colmes, CSpan, and assorted radio and television stations.