Chronicling the many faces of the WWII effort, these contemporary black-and-white portraits of the longest surviving veterans remind us that the war comprised a collection of Americans from all walks of life.
When America entered WW II, the nation had few air planes: a few fighter planes and less than three dozen four-engine bombers; yet within four years U.S.A. air power achieved its world dominance.
Vets and Pets tells fifteen emotional and entertaining stories of the incredible bonds between wounded warriors, veterans, and other service members and their service and companion animals. Whether these special relationships are with dogs, cats, horses, pigs, or even birds of prey, readers will discover how these remarkable animals help veterans return to civilian life and live independently while simultaneously bringing joy and confidence into their lives.
Thanks for letting me post a link to my book in 2015. I've just updated it to ensure Veterans and Service members have up-to-date information about filing BDD and other claims.
My book Trilogy took over seven years for me to write and get published and released. They are dedicated to veterans, particularly troubled war veterans, of all conflicts and wars for freedom. As a Vietnam war veteran, I wrote these books as part of my own healing process as well as to assist other troubled war veterans find a viable alternative to suicide. The "Demons" of war are relentless --- Especially during fitful nights during horrendous "flash-backs! During the past 47 years I have successfully confronted my Demons and strive to help other troubled war veterans do the same. If but just one finds solace in my writings I will be successful in accomplishing my last mission!
Veteran published his first book at the age of 90. Mike Chapman was given exclusive access to the wartime diaries of General Harry J Collins, best known for his command of the 42nd Infantry Division (the Rainbow Division), which played a crucial role in blunting the German assault in the Battle of the Bulge and in the liberation of Dachau, and for his benevolent role in the occupation of Austria after the war.
Viet Man by D.S. Lliteras Military Writers Society of America (Book Review) Viet Man: 2017 Gold Medal Winner for Literary Fiction “This is a powerful novel, eloquent while using the simplest of vocabulary and poetic in its clear-eyed imagery. Read it. Your understanding of this tumultuous period of our history will be forever enriched.”—Military Writers Society of America (MWSA Gold Medal Award Winner) http://www.mwsadispatches.com/reviews/2017/5/18/viet-man-by-d-s-lliteras D.S. Lliteras' novel, Viet Man, takes home the gold! Posted: 2017/09/13 http://squareonepublishers.com/NewsItemID/34
Here are inspiring stories of love and courage. The heroes in this book are not only the incredibly brave dogs and their handlers who together lead the way into battle, but also the volunteers - civilian and military - who raise the puppies until 7 months, the veterinary teams and the kennel support crew. All of them are fiercely dedicated to the sacred mission of protecting our troops in the struggle against terror. My photojournalist wife Leslie and I had a wonderful time researching and writing this book. We believe that you will enjoy it, too.
How The Vietnam War Changed Those Who Served
A first-hand account of WWII's final combat mission from 93-year-old Capt. Jerry Yellin