Richard Rosenblatt was born in New York City on June 18, 1926. He
served in the Air Force during World War II. In 1945 he entered West Point and was graduated in the Class of 1949. He attended
the Ground General School at Fort Riley, Kansas and completed Air Force Pilot Training at Vance Air Force Base. He served
as a pilot in Germany, France and Morocco, and was in the OSI as a linguist and analyst in German, French, Spanish and Russian.
to the USAF Reserve, Richard Rosenblatt founded Atwood Richards Inc. It became the largest advertising media company in the
US in 1968 when it merged with Chemway, NYSE, where he became a Director. He was an Underwriting Member of Lloyd’s for
20 years; and Chairman of the Audit Committee of the Board of Directors of Superscope/Marantz, NYSE. He was Publisher of Ranch
& Coast Magazine. In 2006 he won four gold medals in the San Diego Senior Olympics. He lives with his wife, Lois, in Rancho
Santa Fe, California. Richard Rosenblatt is the co-author of Black Gold Gray.
According to the
book description of Black Gold Gray, it is a “gripping saga based on the actual lives of 8
outstanding West Point 1949 classmates who survived WWII, the Gripping saga based on the composite actual lives of 8 outstanding
West Point 1949 classmates who survived WWII, the Korean War, and Vietnam, and then went on a secret mission in 2004. The
action moves from Saudi Arabia to Iraq, through Germany and into Paris, down to Morocco, and into the Sahara. This expose
reveals conspiracies in Washington, London, and the Middle East and the reasons for American military involvement in Iraq.”