Combat To College

APPLYING THE MILITARY MENTALITY TO THE CLASSROOM: HOW TO SUCCEED AS A STUDENT VETERAN
By John H Davis

Combat to College by John H. Davis is an elegant, astoundingly clear guide to the successful completion of college-level studies, specifically directed at military veterans, who face perhaps the most difficult journey of any to achieve that coveted degree. What makes this an incredible challenge...

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Conspiracy

By Alfred Adams

The life of a soldier is never easy. They put their lives on the line in the interests of national security, so that their fellow-men may continue to live free. There is a certain truth to the adage that old soldiers never die, they simply...

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Cooper

The making of a service dog
By Clyde Hoch

Cooper: The making of a service dog is a nonfiction memoir written by Clyde Hoch. Hoch was a tank commander in Vietnam in the late sixties, a time when that conflict was at its peak. He was hospitalized when the tank he was riding in...

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Chopper Warriors

Kicking The Hornet's Nest
By Mr William E. Peterson

Chopper Warriors by William Peterson is a combination of stories drawn from interviews and the personal experiences of the author himself. It tells the real story of the Vietnam War, from the people who were there in the thick of it. Mr Peterson has interviewed...

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Code Talker

A Novel of the Navajo
By Ivon B. Blum

"Code Talker" by Ivon Blum takes two critical periods of history and writes a parallel process novel. Native American Marine Talking Boy Gorman is trained as a Navajo code talker. His job is to confuse communications intercepted by the Japanese during World War II. As...

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Command Influence

A story of Korea and the politics of injustice
By Robert A Shaines

Command Influence is the memoirs of Robert A. Shaines, mostly covering the years he was a JAG officer in the Air Force. He shares his experiences in the Air Force and Korea; however, his main focus is on the trial of George C. Schreiber. Shaines...

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