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The Civilians' Table By Michael Santos
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In a bomb shelter outside of Richmond, Virginia, four survivors of a devastating invasion of the country fight for their continued existence. Personal problems begin to divide them, but soon the... More > group faces the very real threat of a quickly diminishing food supply. They must choose between staying within their sanctuary or leaving in hopes of more supplies and the possibility of better lives. They have spent two years under the attackers' radar, safely hidden away, but now their attempts to return to the outside world may be the end of the security and survival they have come to know.< Less
The Civilian's War By Geoffrey Reesor
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Andrew's town has been flattened by a civil war. Now, though, the enemy is finally on his turf and he's going to teach them what people can be driven to do. Currently being expanded into a full... More > length feature film.< Less
Marching to a Successful Civilian Career By Valerie Schmidt
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This book is dedicated to military personnel and their family members who are facing a transition into the civilian workforce. It contains a program and process that will guide you in finding work... More > that satisfies and fulfills you both personally and financially. Transitioning back into the civilian world is a process not an event! When the parties and celebrations end, your transition work begins in earnest. The steps provided in this book work for military personnel and their families regardless of their rank, grade, or discipline. Whether you are technical, creative, logical, practical, or all (or none) of the above, Marching to a Successful Civilian Career will provide you with the insight and steps you need to have a career that you will look forward to each day!< Less
Bombing Enemy Civilians By Jeffrey Fuller
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At the outset of WWII the American public reacted with horror and anger at the savagery inflicted on civilians through air bombardment. When the AAF and RAF began bombing German cities,... More > Americans’ attitudes began to change. This thesis analyzes civilian attitudes toward the U.S. area bombing of German and Japanese cities and how those positions evolved from the first fire bombings in the 1930s to those leading up to the atomic bombs. This thesis uses three primary sources to find its conclusions. The first is public opinion polls. The second is the articles, editorials, and especially the published letters written in response to bombing campaigns and the media’s reporting on them. Focus will be given to articles and editorials of periodicals such as The New York Times, The Washington Post, Time, and Christian Century and the available letters received in reply. Finally, this thesis utilizes letters from the general public found at the Roosevelt and Truman Libraries as they relate to the bombings.< Less
Civilian Boy Soldiers By Murray Cooper
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Memoir of a soldier of the Greatest Generation.
Resumes and Cover Letters for Military to Civilian Career Transitions By Jean Muller
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Your resume is the single most important marketing tool you have. Resumes and Cover Letters for Military to Civilian Career Transitions covers the most important topics you will need to master in... More > order to create a military to civilian career change resume that attracts attention and job offers. These topics include: • Rethinking the resume • What is an effective resume? • Resume writing tips • Resume Formats: Chronological or Functional? • The Self-Marketing Approach to Cover Letters The book also includes sample resumes that show you exactly how to showcase your military qualifications and experience to your best advantage. We’ll also discuss how to format your resume to attract attention and how “buzzwords” play an important role in resume and cover letter writing.< Less
Personal Assessment for Military to Civilian Career Transitions By Jean Muller
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Career success is an “inside-out” process. Whether you are a senior executive looking for new opportunities or a veteran in transition from a military career to the civilian workplace, if... More > you dedicate yourself to a careful self-assessment before you launch your next job search, you will find yourself in an elite group of professionals who know what they want, know what they have to offer, and know where their careers are taking them. Choosing a career that is both personally and financially rewarding depends on successfully completing a series of logical steps. These steps help you identify your: • Values • Personality type • Work preferences • Motivated skills These four elements of personal assessment will help you focus your research and develop an effective job search strategy.< Less
Renovo Storytellers: The Legacy of the Civilian Conservation Corps By Donna Kshir, Sandra Potter
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Imagine being able to capture and share the most cherished memories of your town, the people, the buildings that have fallen into disrepair, the empty lots where thriving businesses used to stand and... More > the relationships with the people you love the most for future generations to experience. Donna Kshir and co-writer Sandra Potter have spent the last few years speaking and recording information they found; beginning a journey back to the past through storytelling. In 1932, the American people voted President Herbert Hoover out of office. Searching for an answer,the American people turned to a man promising a better quality of life. In March 1933, within a few short weeks of his inauguration, newly elected President Franklin Roosevelt immediately commenced a massive revitalization program to provide relief for unemployed workers across America. He proposed the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) to provide jobs to the next generation of Americans and preserve the land.< Less
Renovo Storytellers: The Legacy of the Civilian Conservation Corps By Donna Kshir, Sandra Potter
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Imagine being able to capture and share the most cherished memories of your town, the people, the buildings that have fallen into disrepair, the empty lots where thriving businesses used to stand and... More > the relationships with the people you love the most for future generations to experience. Donna Kshir and co-writer Sandra Potter have spent the last few years speaking and recording information they found; beginning a journey back to the past through storytelling. In 1932, the American people voted President Herbert Hoover out of office. Searching for an answer,the American people turned to a man promising a better quality of life. In March 1933, within a few short weeks of his inauguration, newly elected President Franklin Roosevelt immediately commenced a massive revitalization program to provide relief for unemployed workers across America. He proposed the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) to provide jobs to the next generation of Americans and preserve the land.< Less
Renovo Storytellers: The Legacy of the Civilian Conservation Corps By Sandra Potter, Donna Kshir
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Imagine being able to capture and share the most cherished memories of your town, the people, the buildings that have fallen into disrepair, the empty lots where thriving businesses used to stand and... More > the relationships with the people you love the most for future generations to experience. Bestselling authors Donna Kshir and co-writer Sandra Potter have spent the last few years speaking and recording information they found; beginning a journey back to the past through storytelling. In 1932, the American people voted President Herbert Hoover out of office. Searching for an answer,the American people turned to a man promising a better quality of life. In March 1933, within a few short weeks of his inauguration, newly elected President Franklin Roosevelt immediately commenced a massive revitalization program to provide relief for unemployed workers across America. He proposed the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) to provide jobs to the next generation of Americans and preserve the land.< Less