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' Shaw - USMC: Soldiers, Spies and Lies ' By Andy Farman
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The second of three prequels featuring Henry Shaw, USMC, Terry Jones, CIA and Peter Dawnosh, Royal Marine Commandos. Beginning with a further insight into the wartime experiences of Henry's father,... More > Dwight Shaw, this time as a Major in the 31st Infantry Regiment at Chosin Reservoir in November 1950. In South Vietnam, 2Lt Henry Shaw, USMC, an advisor assigned to a Firebase Zara, close to the border in Quang Tri Province. Henry will not compromise in terms of honour and integrity and this brings him into conflict with the commander of the ARVN special forces for the province. In Saigon, Terry Jones prepares for his part in the coup to overthrow President Diem, but there is a traitor at work, either in the US Embassy, or CIA Station, Saigon. Megan Grainger-McVanie, a CIA operative with a near-genius IQ, uses her cover as Bethany Robertson, an air hostess with loose morals, to uncover the traitor, but is the beautiful Megan on the edge of a mental breakdown?< Less
USMC Knife Counter Knife Combatives By Fernan Vargas
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This book explores the knife combat techniques of the United States Marine Corps.
Simbar: Freed Slave, Witness to WWII By Jack Robinson, GySgt., USMC, Retired
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(E-Book) This is a story about a young slave being freed by Union Army soldiers in southeastern, North Carolina during the Civil War in the spring of 1863. Events within the story are based, in part,... More > by official reports, compiled into one singular fictional scenario, that took place in this particular region of the United States during the war. Please note: 100% of profits will go directly to pay for the increasing debts of work through Resurrection Mission--Protecting endangered cemeteries and rediscovering our "forgotten" military Veterans.< Less
Captain Otway Burns And His Ship Snap Dragon By Jack Robinson, Gysgt., USMC, retired
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(E-Book) Please note: 100% of profits from the sale of this book,or any book written by Jack Robinson, goes directly to: Resurrection Mission--Protecting endangered cemeteries and rediscovering our... More > "forgotten" military Veterans.~~~~~~~~~~~~Captain Otway Burns and his ship Snap Dragon explores the legends, facts, and misguided information of Captain Otway Burns. As a native son of southeastern North Carolina he was a merchant sea Captain, highly successful War of 1812 Privateer, noted businessman, and an inventive ship builder. Later in life Burns was a strong state legislator, but like most of his life, his service to his state and country was controversial. Using fragments of information, along with long forgotten documents, compiled with material gained from located direct descendents, this book attempts to capture a more accurate description of Captain Burns' adventurous life. If you enjoy stories of Tall Ship Naval battles or, intrigued with local legends, this book is for you.< Less
Brick Mill Cemetery By Jack Robinson, GySgt., USMC, retired
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Brick Mill Cemetery is the largest all African American "Community" cemetery within Onslow County, North Carolina. Established ca. 1900 it has been in continued use for the final resting... More > place for many of the citizens of the Dreadnaught and surrounding areas. This book identifies, as best as possible due to lack of official records, the people laid to rest with the Brick Mill Cemetery. Many were Former Slaves as well as military veterans.< Less
Captain Otway Burns And His Ship Snap Dragon By Jack Robinson, Gysgt., USMC, retired
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(Paper Back) Please note: 100% of profits from the sale of this book,or any book written by Jack Robinson, goes directly to: Resurrection Mission--Protecting endangered cemeteries and rediscovering... More > our "forgotten" military Veterans.~~~~~~~~~~~~Captain Otway Burns and his ship Snap Dragon explores the legends, facts, and misguided information of Captain Otway Burns. As a native son of southeastern North Carolina he was a merchant sea Captain, highly successful War of 1812 Privateer, noted businessman, and an inventive ship builder. Later in life Burns was a strong state legislator, but like most of his life, his service to his state and country was controversial. Using fragments of information, along with long forgotten documents, compiled with material gained from located direct descendents, this book attempts to capture a more accurate description of Captain Burns' adventurous life. If you enjoy stories of Tall Ship Naval battles or, intrigued with local legends, this book is for you.< Less
The Band Never Played for Us: The Vietnam War As Seen By a Marine Rifleman In 1967 By Sgt. Ronald G. Goddard, USMC
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Ronald G. Goddard grew up seeing Hollywood movies that showed American troops boarding ships and going off to World War II with bands playing and well-wishers swarming docks to give soldiers rousing... More > sendoffs. But when his troop transport ship left San Diego Harbor for Vietnam in March 1967, there were no patriotic farewells. It would be a chilling wake-up call for Goddard and the fellow marines of Golf Company, 2nd Platoon, 2nd Battalion, 4th Marines. He shares an accurate account of their experiences in this autobiography. From being issued an M16 rifle that jammed to being baptized in a blaze of fire on the front lines, he reveals what he learned about fighting the Viet Cong and North Vietnamese Regular Army troops in the rice paddies and jungles from DaNang to the DMZ.< Less
The Band Never Played for Us: The Vietnam War as Seen by a Marine Rifleman in 1967 By Sgt. Ronald G. Goddard, USMC
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Ronald G. Goddard grew up seeing Hollywood movies that showed American troops boarding ships and going off to World War II with bands playing and well-wishers swarming docks to give soldiers rousing... More > sendoffs. But when his troop transport ship left San Diego Harbor for Vietnam in March 1967, there were no patriotic farewells. It would be a chilling wake-up call for Goddard and the fellow marines of Golf Company, 2nd Platoon, 2nd Battalion, 4th Marines. He shares an accurate account of their experiences in this autobiography. From being issued an M16 rifle that jammed to being baptized in a blaze of fire on the front lines, he reveals what he learned about fighting the Viet Cong and North Vietnamese Regular Army troops in the rice paddies and jungles from DaNang to the DMZ.< Less
The Band Never Played for Us: The Vietnam War as Seen by a Marine Rifleman in 1967 By Sgt. Ronald G. Goddard, USMC
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Ronald G. Goddard grew up seeing Hollywood movies that showed American troops boarding ships and going off to World War II with bands playing and well-wishers swarming docks to give soldiers rousing... More > sendoffs. But when his troop transport ship left San Diego Harbor for Vietnam in March 1967, there were no patriotic farewells. It would be a chilling wake-up call for Goddard and the fellow marines of Golf Company, 2nd Platoon, 2nd Battalion, 4th Marines. He shares an accurate account of their experiences in this autobiography. From being issued an M16 rifle that jammed to being baptized in a blaze of fire on the front lines, he reveals what he learned about fighting the Viet Cong and North Vietnamese Regular Army troops in the rice paddies and jungles from DaNang to the DMZ.< Less
Petteway Family of Onslow County, North Carolina By Jack Robinson, Gysgt., USMC, retired
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George Washington and Cecilia Ann Petteway were Former Slaves who were the main force behind building a much needed schoolhouse and Church for the local post-Civil War era children of Former Slaves. ... More > Their contributions did not end there. Their children and their children carried on the traditions of supporting causes for the local African American community. This book covers that heritage and family history of the Onslow County North Carolina Petteway family. Their cemetery in use since ca.1880 is the largest known all African American cemeteries within the county.< Less

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