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200,000 Heroes

200,000 Heroes

by Weckstein, Leon

Italy, July 1944. The unendurable insult to Italy?s inherently genial way of life brought about by Hitler?s storm-troopers and Mussolini?s Fascist toadies was both taking its toll on the people of Italy and creating a fledgling underground Resistance movement whose heroic ranks would soon swell to nearly 200,000 brave men and women...

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30 Days to Successful Fundraising

30 Days to Successful Fundraising

by Goldstein, Stephen

30 Days to Successful Fundraising is perfect for anyone who needs a crash course-or even a refresher course-on fundraising...

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After Many Days

After Many Days

by Perry, Shirley H.

After Many Days tells the story of Shirley H. Perry, a story that encompasses her many adventures. From her days as a CIA operative during the Cold War in Vienna to her life of intrigue behind the Iron Curtain and details of her Halliburton-inspired travels around the Middle East during that period, hers is truly a life different from the ordinary.Her post-CIA life is riveting as well...

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American Brother

American Brother

by Camara, Elisa

On October 23, 1983, a suicide bomber rammed a truck filled with explosives into barracks housing United States Marines in Beirut, Lebanon. Two hundred forty-one Americans died that day. Among them, Sgt. Mecot Camara. His little sister, Elisa, their family and the small town of Hinton, West Virginia would never be the same...

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An American Soldier in the Great War

An American Soldier in the Great War

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In 1917, U.S. military forces deployed to France and contributed significantly to the Allied defeat of Imperial Germany along the Western Front in 1918. “The War to End All Wars”—World War I—was the largest, most destructive war in human history up to that point...

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Atlas Drugged

Atlas Drugged

by Goldstein, Stephen

Here is the long-overdue obituary for the unbridled greed glorified by Atlas Shrugged and the prophet of profit. In her story, Rand let free-marketers John Galt, Dagney Taggart, and their accomplices return triumphant from their strike to remake the world in the image of Godless self-interest...

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Atlas Drugged

Atlas Drugged

by Goldstein, Stephen

Here is the long-overdue obituary for the unbridled greed glorified by Atlas Shrugged and the prophet of profit. In her story, Rand let free-marketers John Galt, Dagney Taggart, and their accomplices return triumphant from their strike to remake the world in the image of Godless self-interest...

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Born to Travel

Born to Travel

by Frazier, Jan

Tasha Nelson - romantic, inquisitive, charming and in need of a break from life after her husband dies - asks for a leave of absence from her teaching job. She wants to get away for six months in order to try to put life together again. Little does she realize the extent of what she will discover about her inner-most self during her travels...

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By What is Sure to Follow

By What is Sure to Follow

by Burton, Donald N.

Ex-Marine Force Recon Luke Sims is a veteran of two wars: Vietnam and the one inside his head. He's spent the last fourteen years attending self-help group sessions at a local Veterans' Center to help him be normal, to cope with the memories and trauma of his tour of duty. On the outside he seems fine...

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Camera Boy

Camera Boy

by Minnick, Fred

Fred Minnick spent more than a year in Iraq as a U.S. Army public affairs photojournalist, covering the good, bad and ugly sides of the conflict. With a Nikon in one hand and an M-16 in the other, he accompanied combat troops on missions ranging from raids on suspected terrorist strongholds to public relations events including the opening of a school for girls...

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Canoe Trip

Canoe Trip

by Curran, David

In June of 2002, the author and his friend set out to descend by canoe a rarely traveled and extremely remote wilderness river in northern Saskatchewan--the MacFarlane River--and eventually arrive at pristine Lake Athabasca. It is a river journey few have attempted (the first recorded descent was in 1991), passing through an uninhabited and inhospitable region of the vast Canadian north...

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Charlie Chasers

Charlie Chasers

by Fletcher, Larry Elton

Charlie Chasers tells the amazing story of the AC-119 Shadow gunships and their crews who wreaked havoc on the enemy during the Vietnam War. The fixed-wing aircraft provided close fire support of U.S. and friendly troops with the ability to fire up to 6,000 rounds per minute and deliver it with deadly accuracy...

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Cobra Clearance

Cobra Clearance

by Anderson, Richard Craig

The world economy is already in severe crisis when Amahl, a cunning Middle Eastern fanatic, butchers Morgan Melchior-America's second black president-on live TV. Amahl's name is linked with that of Brent Kruger, a homegrown terrorist and leader of a white supremacist cult. And the two of them are just getting started. Enter Dragon Team-an elite special ops group led by former FBI agent Levi Hart...

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A Code To Keep

A Code To Keep

by Brace, Ernest C.

Ernest C. Brace was a former Marine hero, banished in disgrace from the Corps. In 1965, while working as a civilian pilot in Laos, he was captured and spent the next two years in a bamboo cage with his legs in stocks. His bravery did not diminish when transferred to Hanoi where he maintained the military code of conduct, refusing early release so that others might go free...

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Commissioned in Battle

Commissioned in Battle

by Gruenfeld, Jay

Jay Gruenfeld's war ended on May 15, 1945 with his fifth and final wound. He left the remnants of his platoon on a rain-soaked hillside on Luzon in the Philippines. It was the ninth day of the Ipo Dam offensive. He was twenty years old, a veteran of two campaigns and a battlefield commissioned 2d lieutenant in the 103rd Regiment of the 43rd Infantry Division...

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Company Grade

Company Grade

by Colavita, Henry J.

From an early age Henry "Rocky" Colavita dreamed of becoming an Army officer. And a policeman. He eventually did both. His engaging, often funny memoir covers the author's 20 year career in the U.S. Army, including multiple tours in Vietnam, and his subsequent 17 year career in law enforcement...

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The Dictionary of American Political Bullshit

The Dictionary of American Political Bullshit

by Goldstein, Stephen L.

This Dictionary is a milestone in lexicon history: the first comprehensive, unvarnished dictionary of American political bullshit; it is a public service, a Rosetta Stone that arms average Americans against the wiles of those who would beguile them...

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Doc! The Adventures of a Navy Hospital Corpsman

Doc! The Adventures of a Navy Hospital Corpsman

by Sullivan, Hugh

Hugh C. Sullivan, Jr., Captain, United States Navy (Ret) was born in Columbia, South Carolina, on 4 November 1942. His military service began in February 1961 when he enlisted in the South Carolina National Guard. His active naval service began in June 1961 and he served sixteen years enlisted service...

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A Dying Breed

A Dying Breed

by Dillon, Neal B.

The true story of a WWII air combat B-17 crew's amazing courage, touching camaraderie, uplifting faith and indomitable spirit as they fought and died over the skies of Germany.

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The Ether Zone

The Ether Zone

by Morris, Ray

Project Delta and its clandestine special reconnaissance operations proved to be one of the most successful Special Operation units of the Vietnam War, yet few Americans have ever heard of them, or know that this unit's operational model was precursor for the renowned Delta Force. This small unit of less than 100 U.S. Army Special Forces amassed a record for bravery that rivals few...

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A Fellow of Infinite Jest

A Fellow of Infinite Jest

by Smith, T.B.

Unconventional police rookie Luke Jones is back to work after reluctantly killing a man he knew and liked in order to save the life of a partner he despises...

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A Flash of Green

A Flash of Green

by McCandless, Charles S.

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The Frost Weeds

The Frost Weeds

by Oliveri, James

During the early years of the Vietnam War, a small group of American soldiers carried the fight to the Viet Cong and the North Vietnamese Army, often under difficult circumstances. Their sacrifices generally went unrecognized and unappreciated by a mostly indifferent nation. But a massive influx of American troops would soon alter the entire nature and perception of the war...

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The Funny Thing About War

The Funny Thing About War

by Campo, Al

Meet Chris Columbo. Twenty-two years old, intelligent, well spoken—once a promising U.S. naval officer candidate. But at college, his plans and dreams are shattered by the woman he deeply loves...

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The G Stands for Guts

The G Stands for Guts

by Bagley, Mark

Mark Bagley learned to fly at the age of 15. Eight years later, at the outset of WWII, he already owned and operated his own flying school. Exempt from the draft because of his job instructing U.S. Navy personnel in the use and calibration of steam ship instrumentation, he convinced the draft board to declassify him so he could volunteer for duty with the Army...

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Green Card Soldier

Green Card Soldier

by Zielsdorf, Bruce

Green Card Soldier is the story of Andro Babich--a naive, but inquisitive Bosnian teenage soccer star--as told by Heath Winslow--a cynical, self-deprecating war correspondent. Set amidst the civil-war ravaged Balkans of the early '90s, Winslow recounts Andro's exploits, including his daring escape to America where he receives a green card and joins the U.S...

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I Pray Hardest When I'm Being Shot At

I Pray Hardest When I'm Being Shot At

by Garret, Kyle

After the attack on Pearl Harbor, eighteen-year-old Robert Stuart had a decision to make: keep working at the steel mill in Warren, Ohio, or volunteer to serve his country. Anne Davis had a decision of her own to make. The girls in her high school were going to send letters to alumni who were going off to war. She looked at the list of soldiers and saw a familiar name: Robert Stuart...

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Keeping the Promise

Keeping the Promise

by Elliott, Donna E.

On January 21, 1968, the 282nd AHC was on a mission to support U.S. troops under siege in Khe Sanh village when the lead helicopter was shot down by the North Vietnamese. In the midst of the enemy, Jerry Elliott jumped from his gunner's seat to rescue fellow Black Cat soldiers, and simply vanished...

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Korea: Traces of a Forgotten War

Korea: Traces of a Forgotten War

by Butcher, James

The Korean War is often referred to as the forgotten war. In his book, professor James N. Butcher relives his experiences as an infantryman with Fox Company of the 17th Infantry Regiment, during the final year of the Korean War (1952-1953)...

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Life in the French Foreign Legion

Life in the French Foreign Legion

by McGorman, Evan

Forget all your preconceptions about the French Foreign Legion. Many of the legends you grew up with no longer apply, so whatever you've heard probably does not reflect the reality of service today. Evan McGorman explains in detail how to apply to get into this elite corps, what to expect if accepted, and how to make the most of the experience.

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Long Ago and Far Away

Long Ago and Far Away

by Eynon Sampson, Robert

Long Ago and Far Away is set in the American Zone of Occupation in war-torn Germany just after the end of the Second World War. The St. Georgen Depot in rural Bavaria is part of the Allied effort to destroy captured poison gases and help bring about peace in an uncertain and trying time. Newly arrived Second Lt...

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The Long Goodbye

The Long Goodbye

by Archer, Michael

In the closing hours of the defense of Khe Sanh Combat Base, the longest and bloodiest battle of the Vietnam War, Tom Mahoney inexplicably walked away from his platoon, unarmed, and was shot to death by enemy soldiers hiding nearby. His fellow Marines made several desperate attempts to recover their well-liked comrade, but were finally forced to leave him behind—though never...

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  • Atlas Drugged
  • Atlas Drugged
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  • By What is Sure to Follow
  • Camera Boy
  • Canoe Trip
  • Charlie Chasers
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