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Red Tracers; the 482nd Anti-Aircraft Artiller in WWII By Walt Cross
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UNIT HISTORY OF THE 428TH ANTI-AIRCRAFT ARTILLERY BATTALION DURING WWII. THE 428TH FOUGHT TO DEFEND BASTOGNE AND ST. VITH IN BELGIUM. THE BATTALION WAS THE FIRST AIR DEFENSE ARTILLERY UNIT AT THE... More > CAPTURE OF THE RHINE RIVER BRIDGE AT REMAGEN. BY THE TIME IT WAS OVER THE UNIT HAD EARNED A PRESIDENTIAL UNIT CITATION FOR GALLANTRY AND HEROISM.< Less
Fighting the 2nd Vietnam War at Oklahoma State University By Walt Cross
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"Fighting the Second Vietnam War at Oklahoma State University" is actually two books in one. Part I is the personal account of an American soldier in Vietnam and his experiences serving in... More > the First Infantry Division in 1969. Part II follows this same Vietnam veteran and his second career at Oklahoma State University outlining the discrimination he encountered as a retired soldier and Vietnam veteran causing him to fight a second Vietnam War. Sometimes peace never comes, even when the guns fall silent. 417 pages.< Less
The 963rd Field Artillery Battalion in World War II By Walt Cross
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The 963rd Field Artillery Battalion during World War II was a non-divisional unit assigned to the XIX Corps. It consisted of four 155mm howitzer batteries, a service battery and a headquarters. The... More > heavy guns were towed by tractor and occasionally by truck. During its European service it provided artillery support to many different U.S. Army divisions and other units. It has a service record to be proud of and is the envy of many other Army commands. This unit history, although edited for clarity, is primarily taken from the unit history written by members of the 963rd at the conclusion of hostilities. Every effort has been made to preserve the essence of that history.< Less
Plane Busters the 390th AAA Battalion in WWII By Walt Cross
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This is the unit history of the 390th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion from training in California to combat in Europe during World War II until victory. This story features the excellent writing of... More > Captain David B. Scott Jr. The dry witted humor of Captain Scott runs throughout the narrative but does not detract from the seriousness of the unit's combat record. The 390th carved it a place in history with its courageous and effective combat skills against the aerial might of the Luftwaffe. Military reading at its finest.< Less