Guardian Angel

Life and Death Adventures with USAF Pararescue, the World's Most Powerful Commando Rescue Force
By William F. Sine

Guardian Angel is William F. Sine’s memoir of his service as a U.S. Air Force Pararescue Jumper, or PJ, as they are familiarly called. The rigors of training required of a PJ is not for everybody, as Sine explains in his introduction, but very few...

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Reaper 6

By Andrew J. Rafkin

Staff Sergeant Larry FitzGerald, code name Reaper 6, was a U.S. Army Special Forces soldier deployed to Vietnam in 1965. As a member of a Special Ops team he reported to only two men: Generals Westmoreland and Abrams, the commanders of all the U.S. Armed...

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Ramjet

My Secret Life With PTSD
By Roger Blake

Millions of people suffer with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and many never go for help. "Ramjet" is the help for those who are suffering from the effects of PTSD, and is a very valuable resource for everyone who reads this book. "Ramjet" is an autobiography by...

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The Civil War Months

A Month-by-Month Compendium of the War Between the States
By Walter Coffey

Most of us think we know why this country had a civil war. However, there are many misconceptions as to the true reasons why the South wanted to secede from the United States of America. Walter Coffey deftly describes the facts surrounding the Civil War...

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Terry

The Inspiring Story of a Little Girl's Survival as a POW During WWII
By Terry Wadsworth Warne

In "Terry", Terry Wadsworth Warne has written a vivid account of her entrapment in the events of World War II. Born and raised in the Philippines, she had an idyllic life until the bombing of Pearl Harbor. As America was unable to evacuate all the...

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Code Talker

A Novel of the Navajo
By Ivon B. Blum

"Code Talker" by Ivon Blum takes two critical periods of history and writes a parallel process novel. Native American Marine Talking Boy Gorman is trained as a Navajo code talker. His job is to confuse communications intercepted by the Japanese during World War II. As...

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My Journey as a Combat Medic

From Desert Storm to Operation Enduring Freedom
By Patrick Thibeault

Patrick Thibeault’s book “My Journey as a COMBAT MEDIC” is an honest tale of a person who deeply loves his country and was proud to serve in the military and believed in the value of the wars he took part in. Yet, he questioned the...

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A Carnival of Destruction

Sherman's Invasion of South Carolina
By Tom Elmore

"A Carnival of Destruction" is a history of General Sherman's march through South Carolina in the winter of 1865. It was thought that the southern winters would be mild but the troops found cold and rain almost constantly. The Northern troops had to wade swamps...

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Enter and Die!

By James W. Milliken

James Milliken joined the Army in 1968 after graduating from college and working briefly. He was sent to Vietnam and became a member of the Third Platoon, Delta Company, going immediately into battle against the North Vietnam Army (NVA) and the Vietcong. Milliken writes of...

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In Our Duffel Bags

Surviving the Vietnam Era
By Richard C. Geschke & Robert A. Toto

"In Our Duffle Bags, Surviving the Vietnam Era" is a true story of hope and an account of survival set in two countries worlds apart, East/West Germany and North/South Vietnam. Such is the factual account of the two authors, Geschke and Toto. In Our Duffle...

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