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Combat History of the 310th Infantry in World War II By Walt Cross
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This is the Combat History of the 310th Infantry Regiment in WWII. The original unit history of the 310th Regiment is replete with company rosters and many group photographs. Due to publishing... More > limitations the unit rosters are not a part of this combat history of the regiment. Neither are group photographs specifically because those available to the editor are of too poor a quality for printing. The honor roll of those killed in action is included.< Less
I Aint Doin' Nothin'! the Mostly True Stories of an Oklahoma Park Ranger By Walt Cross
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"I aint doin' nuthin'!" This was the most common answer I got as a ranger from park visitors to the innocent question "How are you doing?" Over time I came to believe that a... More > good number of people were doing something and they didn't want me to find out what it was. Nine times out of ten I got this answer and I think it was, perhaps, out of a feeling of guilt. Had they done something bad in the park? Come with me, let's find out. This is a sometimes serious, sometimes humorous look at the recreating public in a park setting. 143 pages, illustrated.< Less
Prodigal Moon; Red Rocket Edition By Walt Cross
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In the year 2049 Dr. Trish Barcia, a member of the US Mars Observation Team based at Barsoom Station on Mars, discovers a wandering planet approaching from the Oort Cloud. Calculations indicate that... More > the planet will make a near approach to the Red Planet, so near in fact that it will likely rip the moons of Mars away. The twin stations of Barsoom (NASA) and Darwin (ESA) are in danger of destruction. To avoid the heavy bombardment of debris from the moons of Mars the two teams must leave the Martian surface and take to the safety outer space. The wandering planet swings past Mars and heads inexorably toward the inner solar system to either join the other rocky planets or violently collide with one of them on its way towards the sun.< Less
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Walt Cross served on active duty for twenty plus years from 1967 to 1988 and then in the retired reserve until 1998. His father, Corporal Earl L. Cross served in WWII as an armored cavalryman. Walt... More > was born at Fort Hood, Texas in 1949. Walt’s first assignment was as a field medic working with the airborne and ranger training commands. His last assignment was as an Active Guard Reserve (AGR) master sergeant on active duty as the operations NCO of the 3rd Brigade, 95th Division (Training) of the U.S. Army Reserve. Between those assignments he saw combat with the First Infantry Division, law enforcement overseas with the Criminal Investigation Division (CID), duty with the U.S. Army recruiting command, and the 95th Division as a full time Active Guard Reserve soldier. This is his and his family’s story, a story that any Veteran will identify with and any reader easily understand.< Less

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