The Bones of Pleiku

Send 'em home or send me back
By John Michael Hanzlik

The Bones of Pleiku: Send ‘em home or send me back is a real life memoir as recalled by author John Michael Hanzlik. As the author is a veteran of the Vietnam war, this semi-historical account actually takes place mostly in the nineties when John...

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The Little Hospital That Could

A Personal Recollection of the 24th Medical Group at the Crossroads of History
By Terrence O'Neil

The Little Hospital That Could: A Personal Recollection of the 24th Medical Group at the Crossroads of History by Terrence O'Neil is a military memoir that details Terrence’s experiences while managing the operations of the 24th Medical Group that served during the Panama Canal handover....

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The Devil's Own Day

Shiloh and the American Civil War
By John D Beatty

The American Civil War was one of the worst conflicts in American history as the scale of the battle – and the losses in terms of people killed, wounded, and missing in action – quickly surpassed the expectations of both the North and the South...

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Things I'll Never forget

Memories of a Marine in Viet Nam
By James M. Dixon

I feel lucky that I missed going to Vietnam, but sometimes I wonder how I would have performed, what it would have been like, would I have even lived through it. I’ll never know, but reading Things I’ll Never Forget by James M. Dixon gave...

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The USS Arizona Men

75th Anniversary
By T J Cooper

The USS Arizona at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, a moment of tragedy captured in beautiful writing and telling images. It’s December 7, 1941 aboard the USS Arizona. People look forward to the Sunday morning service usually held at the quarterdeck, some had just returned from leave...

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They Walk Alone

The Tragic Journey of Dementia
By Bob Kern

In this moving chronicle of his grandmother’s battle with dementia, author Bob Kern shares his priceless, heart-breaking experience as a loving and devoted grandson. When Mamaw takes a fall on New Year’s Eve 2000, it is almost as if all the pieces jiggled in or...

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The Reluctant Soldier

By Marnie Mellblom

When I was a boy, World War II and the Korean war seemed closer. They were something that had just happened and it wasn't that difficult to find someone who had served in them, though getting them to talk about it was sometimes a bit...

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The Air Force's Black Ceiling

By Ivan Thompson

The Air Force's Black Ceiling is a nonfiction military history book written by Ivan Thompson. While the US Air Force is unparalleled across the globe, the lack of diversity within its pilots in general and fighter pilots specifically is a failing that needs to be...

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To Where I Have Been & From Where I Came

How To Gatecrash a Party
By Geoffrey Higges

In a fascinating account of a man who has lived a full and adventurous life, To Where I Have Been & From Where I Came is the autobiography of author Geoffrey Higges. Follow his life in reverse chronological order, an incredibly unique touch in a...

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Together Through Korea and Alzheimer's

By Joyce Sorensen

Together Through Korea and Alzheimer's by author Joyce Sorensen is a beautiful retelling of the loving relationship between the author and her husband Dick, through joys and triumphs as well as fear and grief. Joyce and Dick fell in love at just sixteen years old,...

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