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Heroes By Michael Mason
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This is an exciting look at the epic scope and yet meticulous detail of events surrounding the Congressional Medal of Honor Recipients of U.S. Navy Aviation for events from actions by the Navy from... More > the early eighteen hundreds to current day. A close look at the actions in Okinawa during World War II is also a focus of this book.< Less
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Not All Were Heroes: A Private in the Corps of Engineers in the Pacific During World War II By Herbert L. Martin
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Merriam Press Military Monograph MM74 (Fourth Edition, 2012). This work is compiled from the daily diaries Martin kept during his service as a Private a member of the 529th Engineer Light Ponton Co.... More > and the 866th Engineer Aviation Battalion in the Pacific during World War II. This is a candid account of his everyday thoughts and activities as they happened. For this reason it is refreshing in its honesty. The work is illustrated by dozens of sketches the author made on the scene throughout the war, depicting daily life and activities, as well as the camps, harbors, bridges, airfields, and other engineering projects. While not trained as an artist, Martin's sketches are simplistic and yet they record much that would otherwise have been unseen. 1 photo, 69 drawings, 3 documents.< Less
Buenaventura By Don Bishop
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A revolution against a socialist regime rages in Chile during the post-Vietnam Cold War. United States intelligence watches nervously as the Soviet Union launches ships loaded with reinforcements to... More > support the regime and crush its opponents. If the ships make it to Chile the western hemisphere will never be the same. President Roy Bryan has authorized a clandestine Special Forces HALO team to go deep into the jungles of South America to destroy a pipeline and prevent the ships from refueling in Buenaventura, Colombia. Major Ron Harris has little time to assemble and train an elite team of Special Forces' finest men to embark on this highly-sensitive mission that, if discovered, could ignite a world war. Author Don Bishop draws on his experience as a Special Forces demolitions and HALO (High Altitude, Low Opening) instructor to paint a vivid picture of the gritty missions and hidden heroes behind clandestine warfare.< Less
Buenaventura By Don Bishop
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A revolution against a socialist regime rages in Chile during the post-Vietnam Cold War. United States intelligence watches nervously as the Soviet Union launches ships loaded with reinforcements to... More > support the regime and crush its opponents. If the ships make it to Chile the western hemisphere will never be the same. President Roy Bryan has authorized a clandestine Special Forces HALO team to go deep into the jungles of South America to destroy a pipeline and prevent the ships from refueling in Buenaventura, Colombia. Major Ron Harris has little time to assemble and train an elite team of Special Forces' finest men to embark on this highly-sensitive mission that, if discovered, could ignite a world war. Author Don Bishop draws on his experience as a Special Forces demolitions and HALO (High Altitude, Low Opening) instructor to paint a vivid picture of the gritty missions and hidden heroes behind clandestine warfare.< Less