Green Zone Diary

A Diplomat's War Story
By Amy Madsen

Join the Foreign Service and see the world! So began Amy Madsen’s career in the U.S. State Department which landed her in Iraq after the fall of Saddam Hussain. In Green Zone Diary, she recounts war zone preparedness training in firearms, spy training, and facial...

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Initiate

Final Hours
By Carlos Velasquez

Initiate: Final Hours by Carlos Velasquez is a courageous and finely detailed autobiography of his three-year voluntary service in the United States Army during the Vietnam War. It includes his basic training, his one-year tour in the fighting, and the aftermath back Stateside. We first...

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At Ease

How to Successfully Transition from the Uniform to Veteran Life
By Matt Jurek

At Ease: How to Successfully Transition from the Uniform to Veteran Life by Matt Jurek is an engaging memoir that takes readers on an interesting journey of the author's life from the end of his Air Force career to the point he has achieved now,...

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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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Love and Valor

Intimate Civil War Letters Between Captain Jacob and Emeline Ritner
By Charles F. Larimer

Love and Valor: Intimate Civil War Letters Between Captain Jacob And Emeline Ritner by Charles F. Larimer is a poignant and heart-warming love story that unfolds through letters written during the Civil War between Captain Jacob and his wife Emelie Ritner. The letters give glimpses...

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Roger Ball!

Odyssey of a Navy Fighter Pilot
By Donald E. Auten

How do you turn a biography into a page-turning action novel? Donald E. Auten teaches us how with Roger Ball! The Odyssey of John Monroe “Hawk” Smith. From the opening sequence of an edge-of-the-seat ride along with “Hawk” and “Crash’s” forced landing, blind on a...

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On Being Great Again

A Surgeon, A Soldier, A Family Man, Jack J. Caleca, MD
By Diane Campbell Green

Jack Caleca, MD was a medical doctor serving in the Pacific during World War II. He was stationed on many of the islands and even has a picture of himself with the Enola Gay. This puts him in the middle of the action that led...

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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...

Never Forsaken

A young woman's gripping account of faith, courage, and survival before, during, and after World War II
By Cindy Scott

Marion Ghent spent the last fifteen years of her life writing her World War II memoirs. Sadly, she never saw her book published as she passed away. Thankfully, her daughter Cindy Scott made the promise of finishing what her mother had started, and the result...

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