Terror in Frankfurt

The Untold Story About One of the Worst Terrorist Attacks in U.S. Air Force History
By Master Sergeant Trevor D. Brewer, W. Craig Reed

Whether you enjoy military history in general or biographies in particular, Terror in Frankfurt: The Untold Story About One of the Worst Terrorist Attacks in U.S. Air Force History by Master Sergeant Trevor D. Brewer and W. Craig Reed is for you. This engaging memoir...

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The 8th Field Hospital

By Andrew C. Carr, MD; Roberta R. Carr

The 8th Field Hospital, by Andrew C. Carr, MD and Roberta R. Carr, is the memoir of a young neurologist’s time served in the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War in 1966 when Carr was 31 years old. As the title indicates, Carr served at...

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The Art of Peace

By Robert Moriarty

Second Lieutenant Robert Moriarty became one of the youngest Marine pilots at the age of nineteen, and at twenty flew the F-4B: the hottest fighter aircraft in the world. At twenty, he became a First Lieutenant and at twenty-two, a Marine captain. During his military...

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To Every Page a Turning

One Life's Journey
By Carl Buccellato

To Every Page a Turning: One Life's Journey by Carl Buccellato is a memoir-like account of the life and spiritual journey of the author, from his childhood doo bop days in Brooklyn to his current retirement in Florida and all the dramatic hills and valleys...

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They Called Him Marvin

By Roger Stark

They Called Him Marvin is a work of non-fiction in the historical, biography, and family history sub-genres, and was penned by author Roger Stark. The work is intended for the general adult reading audience and contains some very mild references to adult themes and wartime...

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The Healing

Pan American Flight 001
By Richard William Jellerson

When a young helicopter pilot from southern California completes two tours of Vietnam, he decides to book a seat on Pan American Flight 001 instead of returning home. He knew that there would be no gratitude or celebration of his service to his country waiting...

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Training for the High-End Fight

The Strategic Shift of the 2020s
By Robbin F. Laird

Training for the High-End Fight: The Strategic Shift of the 2020s is a work of non-fiction in the military and global issues sub-genres, and was penned by author Robbin F. Laird. The work is intended for the general adult reading audience and contains an intelligently...

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Two Revolutionary War Privateers

William and Joseph Packwood of Connecticut
By William T Packwood PhD, Virginia M Packwood EdD

Do you wonder what skeletons lie in your closet? Have you studied your family history, or looked into genealogy to trace your roots? When William T. Packwood started looking into his family’s past, he was surprised to find his ancestors hailed from New London, Connecticut...

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The Birds Sang Eulogies

A Memoir
By Mirla Geclewicz Raz

The Birds Sang Eulogies: A Memoir by Mirla Geclewicz Raz is a moving memoir that gives readers glimpses of what it meant to be a child of the Holocaust and how they had to deal with the trauma of their parents in their own way....

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The Strong Ones

How a Band of Civilian Women Made Their Mark on the Army
By Sara Hammel

The Strong Ones: How a Band of Civilian Women Made Their Mark on the Army is a work of non-fiction in the memoir and biographical sub-genres penned by author Sara Hammel. The work is intended for an adult reading audience and contains reports, interviews, and...

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