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Last POW Out By Larry Reeves
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Fiction - Hard back. Marine Lance Corporal Timothy Williams, a hillbilly boy from the hills of Eastern Kentucky, lived the horror of war as he saw his friends and fellow Marines being killed. He was... More > tired of the death he saw and he wanted no more of the killing he was forced to do. He wished for a way out of the agony. Through a turn of fate he was taken from the war only to spend years as a prisoner of war. He became the “Last POW Out” of Vietnam. Terry Davis, a computer engineer while working for the Marine Corps designing a new computer security system, came across information that brought an encounter between him and Tim Williams. Tommy Willard also served in Vietnam, the secrets he knew he swore to take to the grave with him. The mystery unravels as the reader learns what Terry Davis knows and the secrets Tommy Willard swore to keep. Intended for mature readers.< Less
Retribution By Dennis LaBoyne
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A US Marine meets a Japanese girl in post war Japan. They marry and have children, one of whom is a child prodigy. She gets her first PhD at fifteen and runs for the US Congress. When her family is... More > wiped out by accident by rival LA Gangs; and the cops can't or won't do anything, she takes on the task sucessfully.< Less
Retribution By Dennis LaBoyne
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A US Marine meets a Japanese girl in post war Japan. They marry and have children, one of whom is a child prodigy. She gets her first PhD at fifteen and runs for the US Congress. When her family is... More > wiped out by accident by rival LA Gangs; and the cops can't or won't do anything, she takes on the task sucessfully.< Less
Modern Programming Practices for the Naval Architect By Michael P. Capitain
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Modern methods of programming are described with application to current procedures of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering.
Defeating Adversity, A Tale of Survival By Jacques Robert Lehman
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This book provides a fascinating glimpse of American life from the 1920's through the 1990's, as well as telling a poignant story of a man who survived hardships during childhood and yet, as an... More > embodiment of American spirit and determination, overcame them to become a U.S. Marine, pilot, aerospace engineer and instructor, mariner, and author - and he had a bit of fun in the process! This book will make you cry and laugh, and hold you spellbound through its very last page.< Less
Dorwin's Adventures By Michael Macey
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Adventures of a young lad raised in the English countryside, working on the local chicken farm while at school, working as a letter boy at the local railway station prior to entering British Railways... More > GWR workshops for his 5 year apprenticeship, becoming a P&O engineering officer prior to living in Australia, Bougainville Island, USA, Canada, Singapore, Indonesia, India and many more countries, mostly working in the International oil fields.< Less
33rd WEGEMT School for Fast Ship Propulsion Plants By WEGEMT - Publisher
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This publication represents a series of lecturers' papers, which were presented at a five-day event entitled Fast Ship Propulsion Plants. The event was hosted by the University of Genoa, Italy from... More > 22nd to 26th May 2000. The event was partly sponsored by the European Commission through the Training and Mobility of Researchers Programme under a project submitted by WEGEMT entitled "Supporting Initiatives for Modem Marine Industries (SIMMS)".< Less
Space Elevator Architecture and Roadmaps By Michael "FItzer" Fitzgerald
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The International Space Elevator Consortium has conducted a year-long study addressing the issues associated with how to start the development of space elevators. This report is the result. The... More > process for developing an architecture for a new system of systems has many steps. Each step leads to a technological roadmap leading to a mature engineering structure. Five segment roadmaps are developed: Tether Climber, Tether, Marine Node, Apex Anchor and Headquarters Primary Operations Center. The initial set of challenges for each segment is established. These will fuel a series of demonstrations pushing the development team to Culminating Demo’s that resolves all those challenges. Then, Implementation Plans will be written and executed resulting in an Initial Operational Capability (IOC). This study is an excellent step in the ongoing analysis of the technological feasibility of space elevators.< Less
Near the flying time By Florian Ion PETRESCU & Relly Victoria PETRESCU
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The book shows the evolution the flight, from its inception until now. The USAF Project Office devoted to the Avro projects, recommended that the WS-606A and all related work (including the Avrocar)... More > be cancelled. A "stop/go" work order came down and Frost was forced once more to try and rescue the project. In an elaborate effort, Frost made a resounding case for continuation of US military funding. Late in May 1959, the USAF authorized Avro to continue the "flying saucer" programs (see the chapter 1). The United States Marine Corps began crew training for the Osprey in 2000, and fielded it in 2007; it is supplementing and will eventually replace their CH-46 Sea Knights. The Osprey's other operator, the U.S. Air Force fielded their version of the tiltrotor in 2009. Since entering service with the U.S. Marine Corps and Air Force, the Osprey has been deployed in both combat and rescue operations over Iraq, Afghanistan and Libya (see the chapter 4).< Less
Near the flying time By Florian Ion PETRESCU & Relly Victoria PETRESCU
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The book shows the evolution the flight, from its inception until now. The USAF Project Office devoted to the Avro projects, recommended that the WS-606A and all related work (including the Avrocar)... More > be cancelled. A "stop/go" work order came down and Frost was forced once more to try and rescue the project. In an elaborate effort, Frost made a resounding case for continuation of US military funding. Late in May 1959, the USAF authorized Avro to continue the "flying saucer" programs (see the chapter 1). The United States Marine Corps began crew training for the Osprey in 2000, and fielded it in 2007; it is supplementing and will eventually replace their CH-46 Sea Knights. The Osprey's other operator, the U.S. Air Force fielded their version of the tiltrotor in 2009. Since entering service with the U.S. Marine Corps and Air Force, the Osprey has been deployed in both combat and rescue operations over Iraq, Afghanistan and Libya (see the chapter 4).< Less

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