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By Julian M. Olejniczak
West Point is a geographical location that was of critical importance during the Revolutionary War, the site of our nation’s first military academy, and the commissioning source of thousands of Army, Army Air Corps, Air Force, and even some Navy and Marine Corps officers who have led our nation’s young men, and now women, in battle since the Academy’s founding on March 16, 1802 by President Thomas Jefferson. This volume contains a very selective military history of the United States that focuses on the Revolutionary War and the contributions of West Point graduates to subsequent wars, but with an emphasis on some of the lesser known persons and events of the past 250 years or so. It also touches upon many of the customs and traditions of the West Point experience. Many chapters include the stories of unsung or forgotten heroes and heroines. Men like John Stark, Daniel Morgan, Eleazer Derby Wood, Benjamin L.E. Bonneville, Oliver Otis Howard, Henry Ossian Flipper, Calvin Pearl Titus, Charles Young, Norman D. Cota, and Donald W. Holleder plus women like the Warner sisters, Laura Walker, and Emily Perez. One of the final chapters, however, deals with—in the kindest sense of the term—a few rogues of West Point like Edgar Allan Poe, James McNeil Whistler, Hugh S. Johnson, and The Mole.
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By H. D. Graham
This book is a collection of fascinating short stories, photos, and documents furnished by the heroic and courageous men that served as air or ground crew members in Vietnam. The chopper units were located throughout Vietnam. During the course of the war, we lost at least 5,139 helicopter air crew members and at least 588 ground support crew members. In fact, the true number of helicopter air and ground crew members killed or missing in action will probably never be known. Those crew members accounted for a large percentage of all the enemies killed during the war. Those courageous men were American heroes then and will always be American heroes.
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By H. D. Graham
This book is a collection of fascinating short stories, photos, and documents furnished by the heroic and courageous men that served as air or ground crew members in Vietnam. The chopper units were located throughout Vietnam. During the course of the war, we lost at least 5,139 helicopter air crew members and at least 588 ground support crew members. In fact, the true number of helicopter air and ground crew members killed or missing in action will probably never be known. Those crew members accounted for a large percentage of all the enemies killed during the war. Those courageous men were American heroes then and will always be American heroes.
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By Julian M. Olejniczak
West Point is a geographical location that was of critical importance during the Revolutionary War, the site of our nation’s first military academy, and the commissioning source of thousands of Army, Army Air Corps, Air Force, and even some Navy and Marine Corps officers who have led our nation’s young men, and now women, in battle since the Academy’s founding on March 16, 1802 by President Thomas Jefferson. This volume contains a very selective military history of the United States that focuses on the Revolutionary War and the contributions of West Point graduates to subsequent wars, but with an emphasis on some of the lesser known persons and events of the past 250 years or so. It also touches upon many of the customs and traditions of the West Point experience. Many chapters include the stories of unsung or forgotten heroes and heroines. Men like John Stark, Daniel Morgan, Eleazer Derby Wood, Benjamin L.E. Bonneville, Oliver Otis Howard, Henry Ossian Flipper, Calvin Pearl Titus, Charles Young, Norman D. Cota, and Donald W. Holleder plus women like the Warner sisters, Laura Walker, and Emily Perez. One of the final chapters, however, deals with—in the kindest sense of the term—a few rogues of West Point like Edgar Allan Poe, James McNeil Whistler, Hugh S. Johnson, and The Mole.
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By Julian M. Olejniczak
West Point is a geographical location that was of critical importance during the Revolutionary War, the site of our nation’s first military academy, and the commissioning source of thousands of Army, Army Air Corps, Air Force, and even some Navy and Marine Corps officers who have led our nation’s young men, and now women, in battle since the Academy’s founding on March 16, 1802 by President Thomas Jefferson. This volume contains a very selective military history of the United States that focuses on the Revolutionary War and the contributions of West Point graduates to subsequent wars, but with an emphasis on some of the lesser known persons and events of the past 250 years or so. It also touches upon many of the customs and traditions of the West Point experience. Many chapters include the stories of unsung or forgotten heroes and heroines. Men like John Stark, Daniel Morgan, Eleazer Derby Wood, Benjamin L.E. Bonneville, Oliver Otis Howard, Henry Ossian Flipper, Calvin Pearl Titus, Charles Young, Norman D. Cota, and Donald W. Holleder plus women like the Warner sisters, Laura Walker, and Emily Perez. One of the final chapters, however, deals with—in the kindest sense of the term—a few rogues of West Point like Edgar Allan Poe, James McNeil Whistler, Hugh S. Johnson, and The Mole.
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By Bob Orrick
They Fought Valiantly for Their Country’s Survival contains the personal accounts of South Korean soldiers and marines who fought for the survival of their country following the North Korean sneak attack on South Korea that was the start of the Korean War 25 June 1950–27 July 1953. Inasmuch as a ceasefire or cessation of hostilities was signed at Panmunjom on 27 July 1953 and the shooting stopped, the Korean War remains very much in the forefront of world news as a declaration of peace has not been signed as the 2.5-mile wide demilitarized zone between the two Koreas attests in stark, menacing evidence. The accounts that are contained within this book are real and reveal in clear prose the devastation, the pain, the agony, the danger, the fear, the betrayal, distress, wounds, death, turmoil, separation, and love of family that was the constant with these South Koreans as they stood in the forefront and stopped the evil known as communism and set in place the seed that culminated in the tearing down of the Berlin Wall a few decades later. The South Koreans who fought valiantly during the thirty-seven-month Korean War, stopped the spread of communism in the Far East. Truly, theirs was a heroic stand that the free world can applaud today.
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By Bob Orrick
They Fought Valiantly for Their Country’s Survival contains the personal accounts of South Korean soldiers and marines who fought for the survival of their country following the North Korean sneak attack on South Korea that was the start of the Korean War 25 June 1950–27 July 1953. Inasmuch as a ceasefire or cessation of hostilities was signed at Panmunjom on 27 July 1953 and the shooting stopped, the Korean War remains very much in the forefront of world news as a declaration of peace has not been signed as the 2.5-mile wide demilitarized zone between the two Koreas attests in stark, menacing evidence. The accounts that are contained within this book are real and reveal in clear prose the devastation, the pain, the agony, the danger, the fear, the betrayal, distress, wounds, death, turmoil, separation, and love of family that was the constant with these South Koreans as they stood in the forefront and stopped the evil known as communism and set in place the seed that culminated in the tearing down of the Berlin Wall a few decades later. The South Koreans who fought valiantly during the thirty-seven-month Korean War, stopped the spread of communism in the Far East. Truly, theirs was a heroic stand that the free world can applaud today.
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By Bob Orrick
They Fought Valiantly for Their Country’s Survival contains the personal accounts of South Korean soldiers and marines who fought for the survival of their country following the North Korean sneak attack on South Korea that was the start of the Korean War 25 June 1950–27 July 1953. Inasmuch as a ceasefire or cessation of hostilities was signed at Panmunjom on 27 July 1953 and the shooting stopped, the Korean War remains very much in the forefront of world news as a declaration of peace has not been signed as the 2.5-mile wide demilitarized zone between the two Koreas attests in stark, menacing evidence. The accounts that are contained within this book are real and reveal in clear prose the devastation, the pain, the agony, the danger, the fear, the betrayal, distress, wounds, death, turmoil, separation, and love of family that was the constant with these South Koreans as they stood in the forefront and stopped the evil known as communism and set in place the seed that culminated in the tearing down of the Berlin Wall a few decades later. The South Koreans who fought valiantly during the thirty-seven-month Korean War, stopped the spread of communism in the Far East. Truly, theirs was a heroic stand that the free world can applaud today.
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By Marie-Daniele Harmel Zartman
Ce livre est le récit émouvant d'un père français, sa femme et leur fille qui se sont trouvé à Paris le 5 juin 1944 quand le reste de la famille était sur leur ferme en Normandie à quelques kilomètres des plages du débarquement. Ils trouvèrent des vélos pour parcourir les 220 kilomètres à travers de nombreux bombardements jusqu'à Caen, où ils rencontrèrent des lignes allemands impénétrables entre eux et la ferme. Pendant un mois, père et fils aidèrent à organiser la défense civile de la ville, et quand Caen fut enfin libéré ils reprirent leurs bicyclettes pour atteindre la ferme, où tous étaient sains et saufs. Ensuite, le père parcourut le pays, où il était connu, afin d'établir des services administratifs dans la Normandie libérée où il décrit la destruction subie dans la région. Un récit personnel, raconté à ses enfants, présenté par sa fille (qui se trouvait à la ferme) et préservé pour posterité.
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By Michael D. Hughes
The objective in this work was to analyze the structure and organization in the operations of a military organization that supports one of the greatest Divisions of the United States Army, the 3rd Infantry Division. The history of Morale, Welfare and Recreation Division as it relates to civilians employees, soldiers, family members and the Ft Stewart, Hunter Army Airfield Community. Morale, Welfare, and Recreation history started on the battlefields of World War 1 were Salvation Army sisters and Red Cross volunteers ministered to the needs of soldiers. The focus of this work provided administrative aspects of public administration and its effects on military success. On October 18th, 2007 Chief of Staff of the Army General George W. Casey Jr, and Secretary of the Army Pete Green signed and unveiled the Army Family Covenant pledging to support its soldiers and families, and active guard and reserve organizations with funding programs to deliver a quality of life commensurate with their service and sacrifices to the nation. It is this commitment that propelled and motivates this organization. The Army Morale, Welfare and Recreation exists because the United States Army states it is committed to the wellbeing of the community of people who serve and stand ready to defend the nation and enhance the lives of soldiers, their families, civilian employees and military retirees. In all organizations there will be transition, changes and improvements within their environments I hope with this work I have opened the minds and hearts of those brave men and women who love the military and the United States of America. With god on our side who can defeat us.
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By Marie-Daniele Harmel Zartman
Ce livre est le récit émouvant d'un père français, sa femme et leur fille qui se sont trouvé à Paris le 5 juin 1944 quand le reste de la famille était sur leur ferme en Normandie à quelques kilomètres des plages du débarquement. Ils trouvèrent des vélos pour parcourir les 220 kilomètres à travers de nombreux bombardements jusqu'à Caen, où ils rencontrèrent des lignes allemands impénétrables entre eux et la ferme. Pendant un mois, père et fils aidèrent à organiser la défense civile de la ville, et quand Caen fut enfin libéré ils reprirent leurs bicyclettes pour atteindre la ferme, où tous étaient sains et saufs. Ensuite, le père parcourut le pays, où il était connu, afin d'établir des services administratifs dans la Normandie libérée où il décrit la destruction subie dans la région. Un récit personnel, raconté à ses enfants, présenté par sa fille (qui se trouvait à la ferme) et préservé pour posterité.
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By Marie-Daniele Harmel Zartman
Ce livre est le récit émouvant d'un père français, sa femme et leur fille qui se sont trouvé à Paris le 5 juin 1944 quand le reste de la famille était sur leur ferme en Normandie à quelques kilomètres des plages du débarquement. Ils trouvèrent des vélos pour parcourir les 220 kilomètres à travers de nombreux bombardements jusqu'à Caen, où ils rencontrèrent des lignes allemands impénétrables entre eux et la ferme. Pendant un mois, père et fils aidèrent à organiser la défense civile de la ville, et quand Caen fut enfin libéré ils reprirent leurs bicyclettes pour atteindre la ferme, où tous étaient sains et saufs. Ensuite, le père parcourut le pays, où il était connu, afin d'établir des services administratifs dans la Normandie libérée où il décrit la destruction subie dans la région. Un récit personnel, raconté à ses enfants, présenté par sa fille (qui se trouvait à la ferme) et préservé pour posterité.
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By O'Farrell
West Point Warlord is a gritty war novel with camaraderie, love, and a sense humor throughout its 65,000+ words. It is a story of a West Point graduate pitched against his arch enemy, Qand Agha, an evil and murderous Afghan warlord, which culminates in an exciting finale along the rugged mountainside of Northern Afghanistan. The story begins at the parade field of West Point, to the attacks of September 11 at the Pentagon, to Colonel Rick Farrell’s immediate deployment to the Afghanistan warfront. This exciting page turner has been written by two former Army Officers who have published previously.
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By O'Farrell
West Point Warlord is a gritty war novel with camaraderie, love, and a sense humor throughout its 65,000+ words. It is a story of a West Point graduate pitched against his arch enemy, Qand Agha, an evil and murderous Afghan warlord, which culminates in an exciting finale along the rugged mountainside of Northern Afghanistan. The story begins at the parade field of West Point, to the attacks of September 11 at the Pentagon, to Colonel Rick Farrell’s immediate deployment to the Afghanistan warfront. This exciting page turner has been written by two former Army Officers who have published previously.
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By Michael D. Hughes
The objective in this work was to analyze the structure and organization in the operations of a military organization that supports one of the greatest Divisions of the United States Army, the 3rd Infantry Division. The history of Morale, Welfare and Recreation Division as it relates to civilians employees, soldiers, family members and the Ft Stewart, Hunter Army Airfield Community. Morale, Welfare, and Recreation history started on the battlefields of World War 1 were Salvation Army sisters and Red Cross volunteers ministered to the needs of soldiers. The focus of this work provided administrative aspects of public administration and its effects on military success. On October 18th, 2007 Chief of Staff of the Army General George W. Casey Jr, and Secretary of the Army Pete Green signed and unveiled the Army Family Covenant pledging to support its soldiers and families, and active guard and reserve organizations with funding programs to deliver a quality of life commensurate with their service and sacrifices to the nation. It is this commitment that propelled and motivates this organization. The Army Morale, Welfare and Recreation exists because the United States Army states it is committed to the wellbeing of the community of people who serve and stand ready to defend the nation and enhance the lives of soldiers, their families, civilian employees and military retirees. In all organizations there will be transition, changes and improvements within their environments I hope with this work I have opened the minds and hearts of those brave men and women who love the military and the United States of America. With god on our side who can defeat us.
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