A thoroughly researched investigative journey, George Swimmer’s non-fiction “Deadly S.N.A.F.U., Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, N.C.” deserves your attention.
Dr. Caleca was a surgeon soldier during World War II in the South Pacific. There he had a camera; he had the chemicals and he told his story with the photographs he produced. The book contains 39 of his restored wartime photographs. The book also includes a short history of the US Army Medical Services branch in the South Pacific during the war.
Well-Received New Vietnam Vet Thriller
Personal memories of an orthopaedic surgeon who served with the Australian Defence Force on ten deployments, including a posting to a USAF base in Balad, Iraq.
Just published March 2020, "Fury: A Soldier's Journey" by Joe Myles is an autobiography covering events from Basic to fighting with 1st Infantry in Vietnam during Tet. Captivating, a must read..
With pulse-stopping adventure and a dose of the human condition comes a saga where crime, aviation, and brotherhood meet.
If one were to ask me what I’ve gained from writing this book, I would not hesitate to reply that writing it revealed things I might never have realized had not my own and other voices from the past re-entered my mind and heart as I wrote. May the legacy I leave behind be this: not to forget, but to remember; not to disrespect, but to honor; not to blame, but to forgive; and not to add injury, but to heal.
A new book about the leprosy hospital run by the U.S. government in Carville, LA, and how the patients struck up a partnership with the American Legion that helped them to secure their freedom and rights.
I've had a 35-year love affair with coaching American Legion Baseball and wrote a book about the experiences in a book entitled "Turning Baseball Upside Down." The stories will make you laugh, they will make you cry and will make you think.
Go to Europe during WWII through the eyes of two young men that were there. Get a first hand look at what war was like for all those average unsung heroes you knew as Dad, Uncle or Grandpa. When Patricia A. Chitwood Ross moved her dad, WWII Veteran, Gene Phillip Chitwood, to a nursing home in 2005 and cleaned out his house, she discover about 180 letters written by her dad, his brother and several others between 1943 and 1945.. They are the foundation for her book "$2 for $2 for Luck", A WWII Story.