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Lasting Visions of Floy Bugg Fenwick: Mother of Five Marine Sons By Frederick Fenwick
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Merriam Press Personal Chronicle 5. First Edition (2013). This is the story of a woman who made a difference here on earth. Born in 1914, she touched the lives of many people during her 90 years.... More > Growing up in the heartland of Kentucky, she married a farmer and lived her entire life working and providing for her family of nine. She was the most wonderful, kind, inspirational and loving mother. On the farm she prepared hearty and bountiful meals three times a day for her family. A lot of hard work was involved in preparing all sorts of food. Fruits and vegetables were planted, harvested, and preserved during the summer to sustain a growing family during the dead of winter. Biscuits, pies, and cakes were all made from scratch. One of her most precious talents was playing the piano. She had learned to play at a very young age and it stuck with her throughout her entire life. She raised five sons and four daughters. All five sons would serve their country in the US Marine Corps. 90 photos, map.< Less
Lasting Visions: It Comes With the Rank By Frederick Fenwick
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Merriam Press Military Monograph MM135 (Second Edition, 2012). Fred Fenwick joined the USMC at eighteen. Thirty years later he retired at the highest enlisted rank of Sergeant Major. He reported to... More > Parris Island, SC, in 1969 for recruit training and retired in 1999. In 2010 he published his first non-fiction book titled "Lasting Visions: With the 7th Marines in Vietnam 1970." It captured his first year and a half in the Marine Corps. His first book takes you through combat in Vietnam and his subsequent tour in Okinawa and the Orient. "Lasting Visions: It Comes With the Rank" is his second non-fiction book. He has picked up where he left off in his first book and continued through a 30-year Marine Corps career. The author’s unique style of storytelling will capture your attention and keep you in suspense. 508 pages, 49 photos.< Less
Lasting Visions III: The End of an Era By Frederick Fenwick
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Merriam Press Military Monograph 138. Donald Fenwick enlisted in the US Marine Corps at 18. His destiny was to serve his country as a Marine and to make the Marine Corps a career. He reported to... More > Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego, California in Jan 1957 for recruit training and retired in Oct 1990. For 33 years he served our nation and retired as a Master Gunnery Sergeant. His illustrious military career embodies both the old breed and the new breed of the Marine Corps. Donald served in distant lands such as Vietnam and Okinawa with several cruises aboard ship in the Caribbean Sea and Mediterranean Sea. His story will capture your attention and give you an insight into the reality of what being a Marine is all about. His personal experiences while growing up on the farm in rural Kentucky and while progressing through the enlisted ranks, reveal the espirit de corps, camaraderie and the struggles he had to endure. 71 photos, 2 maps.< Less
Lasting Visions: It Comes With The Rank By Frederick Fenwick
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Fenwick joined the USMC at eighteen. Thirty years later he retired at the highest enlisted rank of Sergeant Major. He reported to Parris Island, SC in 1969 for recruit training and retired in 1999.... More > In 2010 he published his first non-fiction book titled Lasting Visions: With the 7th Marines in Vietnam 1970. It captured his first year and a half in the Marine Corps. His first book takes you through combat in Vietnam and his subsequent tour in Okinawa and the Orient. Lasting Visions: It Comes With The Rank is his second non-fiction book. He has picked up where he left off in his first book and continued through a 30-year Marine Corps career. The author’s unique style of storytelling will capture your attention and keep you in suspense. 508 pages, 49 photos.< Less
Lasting Visions: With the 7th Marines in Vietnam, 1970 By Frederick Fenwick
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A coming of age story of a farm boy who grew up in the heartland of Kentucky, who enlisted in the Marines in 1969 and experienced Marine boot camp at Parris Island where domineering drill instructors... More > took away the youth in the author and instilled the discipline, training, and motivation necessary to survive in combat. Arriving in Vietnam in March 1970 he was assigned to 3rd Platoon, Mike Co., 3rd Bn., 7th Marines. His story tells of the bravery, camaraderie, and esprit de corps of this Marine infantry squad. Fred’s true accounts take the reader into the jungles, rice paddies, villages, and mountains of Vietnam. Lasting Visions takes you to ground zero of the Vietnam War. Photos, map.< Less
Lasting Visions: With the 7th Marines in Vietnam 1970 By Frederick Fenwick
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A coming of age story of a farm boy who grew up in the heartland of Kentucky, who enlisted in the Marines in 1969 and experienced Marine boot camp at Parris Island where domineering drill instructors... More > took away the youth in the author and instilled the discipline, training, and motivation necessary to survive in combat. Arriving in Vietnam in March 1970 he was assigned to 3rd Platoon, Mike Co., 3rd Bn., 7th Marines. His story tells of the bravery, camaraderie, and esprit de corps of this Marine infantry squad. Fred’s true accounts take the reader into the jungles, rice paddies, villages, and mountains of Vietnam. Lasting Visions takes you to ground zero of the Vietnam War. Photos, map.< Less