101 Chuck YEAGER-isms: Wit & Wisdom from America’s Hero

“First time I saw a jet…I shot it down.” Chuck YEAGER-ism #44 Read about his opinion on 9/11, NASA, combat, test-flying, life in general, dying, praying and more. There are actually 131 Chuck YEAGER-isms, some risqué, some great wisdom, some great fun and many a mixture of all three.

Flying Under the Radar; the Men, the Mission, and the Aircraft of the Department of State Air Wing, 1983-2013

The story of a unclassified, but almost unknown Department of State aviation program that has operated in war zones and hostile areas for over 35 years; and all the while under the radar.

A Soldier's Heart: The 3 Wars of Vietnam

An innocent young man's life is interrupted and radically change by his assignment to a little-known unit called WDMET and its ghastly classified mission during the Vietnam War. In "A Soldier's Heart," the author takes us from a bucolic Acadian heritage and life in a loving family, through the horrors of war and its grim consequences, to the emotional reverberations that he and his family, like so many other veterans, experience for the next half-century.

Inside Manzano: The life of A Nuclear Special Weapons Storage Site

Nuclear Bombs Maintenance and Storage

Deadly SNAFU, Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune N.C, and Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii

Another toxic water tragedy - first Camp Lejeune, N.C., now Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii.

Combat To College

The book that should be mandatory reading for student veterans.

Vietnam Beyond

“Vietnam Beyond” is not only a photographic accounting of a soldier’s time while serving in a front-line unit in the infantry; it is a study of human nature. When rank has its privileges, not only in the military but in civilian life as well, you will learn how a person with “power’ will use this power to his advantage over someone at the most vulnerable time in their life. You will read how officers and sergeants use their rank to their benefit. You will also learn how attorneys and even a senator used the legal system to their advantage when having control over someone when he is most vulnerable. “Vietnam Beyond” is also a study of the criminal act of the spraying of herbicides by our government not only on the jungles of Vietnam, but on the civilians and our servicemen as well. The result tells of the aftereffects on the author and his family to this day. And most of all, “Vietnam Beyond” tells how a combat soldier endured traumatizing events he brought home with him. Those events drive him to be the best that he can be at whatever he encounters and to continuously defeat those demons.

"All Present and Accounted For"

Number 1 book seller - Coast Guard Cutter Jarvis grounding and near sinking, in November of 1972: "All Present and Accounted For" by Steven J Craig

He Charged Alone: World War I Medal of Honor Recipient Private First Class Frank Gaffney

The second-bravest man in the Army.

China: Coronavirus and the Loss of Freedoms

If you are interested in the history of the coronavirus and how it spread; if you are interested in reading scholarly opinions of how the People's Republic of China has taken actions against Tibetan Buddhists, Uyghurs, the people of Hong Kong and Christians, you will want to read this book. It is written by one who has traveled to China many times and has many friends there. He utilizes testimonies before Congress, scholarly writings and Chinese sources in his analysis. Viewing results, he proposes a symposium where alternate views may be challenged, and steps may be taken to improve world security and the well-being of the people ....

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