General Cash retired in 1991 from the US Air Force as Vice Commander of 7th AF, Osan AB, Republic of Korea. The General graduated from Texas A&M University and was commissioned in the US Air Force in 1962. He served 29 years active duty in the US Air Force and six years National Guard and Reserve duty, beginning at the early age of 16 years.
General Cash is a graduate of the Air Force Squadron Officers School, the Armed Forces Staff College, and the Air War College. He received a BS in Electrical Engineering from Texas A&M University in 1962, and a MS in Systems Management from Southern California University in 1971.
Throughout his career he flew the F-102, F-106, F-4, F-15 and F-16 fighter aircraft, and was awarded the Air Medal with four Oak Leaf Clusters and Distinguished Flying Cross with one Oak Leaf Cluster while flying the F-4 in Vietnam. General Cash has commanded a F15 Fighter Squadron and a F-16 Fighter Wing, Command Director of the Cheyenne Mountain NORAD and Space Command Complex, and Vice-Commander of 7th Air Force in Korea.
The General is a political writer and advisor to Stand-Up America. He appears on various radio talk shows, and co-hosted Rightalk.com with Army Maj Gen Paul Vallely.