American Boys

The True Story of the Lost 74 of the Vietnam War
By Louise Esola

American Boys: The True Story of the Lost 74 of the Vietnam War, written by Louise Esola, is a non-fiction book about the fate of the USS Frank E. Evans and its crew. It is a profound look at the personal stories of the men...

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Becoming a Female Marine

What to Expect at Recruit Training
By Zhanna Hamilton

Reading Zhanna Hamilton’s Becoming a Female Marine brought back memories of my own training in the Army Reserve, although not as extensive. For those who watch war or military related films, many aspects of Hamilton’s booklet will not come as a surprise. From the first...

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Mollie's War

The Letters of a World War II WAC in Europe
By Cyndee Schaffer and Mollie Weinstein Schaffer

Readers often only read about the men who served in World War II. What about the women? There were 150,000 women who served in the Women's Army Corps during World War II. Come learn of one such brave woman as she served in England, France,...

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Once Upon a War

The Diary of a Waiting Wife
By Joan Diehl

Once Upon a War by Joan Diehl is a true story of one woman’s account of the Vietnam War. Only this time, it’s told from the point of view of the wife left behind when her husband goes off to war. Joan and her husband,...

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Path to Freedom: My Story of Perseverance

My Story of Perseverance
By Conrad Taylor

Path to Freedom: My Story of Perseverance is author Conrad Taylor’s captivating memoir of his life journey from a humble beginning in Guyana to the elite West Point institute, back to Guyana and eventually settling down in the U.S. for good. Conrad Taylor is the...

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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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A Tale of Two Soldiers

The Unexpected Friendship between a WWII American Jewish Sniper and a German Military Pilot
By Max Gendelman

A Tale of Two Soldiers by Max Gendelman is a thought-provoking memoir about a Jewish-American sniper and a German soldier during World War II. Gendelman finds himself lost during the Battle of the Bulge and he elects to run to the forest in hopes...

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My Afghanistan Campaign Diary

Views of a Military Spouse
By A. Piper Burgi

In My Afghanistan Campaign Diary: Views of a Military Spouse, A. Piper Burgi wrote a day-to-day diary of her thoughts, experiences, and emotions as she and her husband, Kenneth, prepared for and experienced his third deployment to Afghanistan. The diary covers pre-deployment (November 18, 2011...

Lone Survivor

An Eyewitness Account of Operation Redwing and the Lost Heroes of SEAL Team 10
By Marcus Luttrell

Lone Survivor by Marcus Luttrell is the story of a man who went to war against one of the worst men of all time. This Navy SEAL and his team risked their lives to bring down this man and to restore peace and harmony not...

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A Man Down

By Sgt Clyde Hoch

A Man Down was written by Sgt. Clyde Hoch and is the biography of several military heroes. The names may not be familiar to most readers but each of the men lost his life while serving in the military. Ray Ira Haas and the author...

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