So Long Bob

A Pennsylvania Farm Boy's Letters Home from the War
By Brian Berkey

The title So Long Bob: A Pennsylvania Farm Boy's Letters Home from the War perfectly describes what this book is about. Shortly before the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor, Bob Berkey, who lived in a small town in Pennsylvania, was drafted and served his country. This...

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Surviving Father of Pakistan Army Aviation

Brigadier Mokhtar Karim
By Ayesha Majid

Ayesha Majid writes a loving tribute to her grandfather in Surviving Father of Pakistan Army Aviation. Her grandfather is Brigadier Mokhtar Karim. Karim had the honor of serving in the British Indian military before the division of India and Pakistan. After the British left India,...

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Safety Risk Management

Preventing Injuries, Illnesses, and Environmental Damage
By Fred E Fanning

Safety Risk Management: Preventing Injuries, Illnesses, and Environmental Damage by Fred E Fanning is a non-fiction guide that at first glance appears to be an occupational risk supplement, but after a thorough read is clearly something that can be applied to just about anything one...

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Scars And Stripes Of An Honorary Warrior

By Saven "Con-A" Watts

Saven "Con-A" Watts organizes a collection of nine poems, written during the period between April 2014 and May 2015, and put them forth in his book titled Scars And Stripes Of An Honorary Warrior. Based on the themes of poverty, isolation, and trauma, the poems...

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See Your Route and Run It

From Top Soldier to Top Chef
By Scottie A. Johnson

See Your Route and Run It: From Top Soldier to Top Chef by Chef Scottie A. Johnson arose from the biblical passage: “Write the vision; make it plain on tablets, that he may run who reads it.” Mr. Johnson’s autobiography is a true story about...

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Stormy Weather

By Ronaildo H. Timms

Stormy Weather by Ranaildo H. Timms is a short memoir of the author’s time in the Marine Corps. In the preface, the author claims not to be a writer but to know how to tell a story. We learn something about his high school days...

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Swords and Saints

A Doctor's Journey
By Robert Adams

Swords and Saints: A Doctor's Journey by Robert Adams, MD is an utterly engaging memoir about the life of an ex-SEAL and Navy commander who decided to enter medical school on an Army scholarship as a career change. While Dr. Adams briefly discusses his prior...

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Semper Anticus

By Rita Kirchgassner

I must be honest. I teared up multiple times while reading Semper Anticus. But not for the usual reasons. There were many dramatic details worthy of tears, but they didn't move me like that. I cried as I realized how much Rita Kirchgassner must have...

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Silent Spring - Deadly Autumn of the Vietnam War

By Patrick Hogan

For the rest of the world, the Vietnam War is over. For the soldiers who fought in it, no matter what their role, it will never be over. Silent Spring: Deadly Autumn of the Vietnam War is described by author and Vietnam veteran Patrick Hogan...

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Swift, Silent and Deadly

Recon Marines in Vietnam
By Michael J. Schneider

I am an Army veteran. I was infantry, so I know a little about combat patrols in dangerous places. I served after the Vietnam War and, to be honest, I have always wondered what it would have been like to serve there. Except for my...

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