Books by Veterans
Browse Books Written by Veterans of the US Armed Forces
American Insanity: The Genocide of Reality
Wayne Sharer, exposes the insanity overtaking America through the deceptive politics of both parties, the lies and truths from the media about science, the Constitution, and the genocide from the Middle East.
Vietnam Reflection: The Untold Story of the Holley Boys
This is believed to be one of the highest casualty rates per capita of any town and school in the United States. The 'Holley boys' were awarded 40 medals for combat and valor including seven Purple Hearts, the Bronze Star, Silver Star and the Vietnamese Cross for Gallantry.
Fallen Never Forgotten: Vietnam Memorials in the USA - Second Edition
Vietnam Memorials in the USA is a tribute to the 58,497 servicemen who never made it home from Vietnam. The reality is that many veterans wish they could visit the memorials in their state but cannot due to time, finances, distance or health. Fallen Never Forgotten brings the memorials to them
I Flew With Heroes: Gunship on the Son Tay POW Raid
Lt Col Waldron also gives personal details of the Son Tay raid from the cockpit of Apple3, the mission gunship. In the pre-dawn hours of November 21, 1970, Apple 3 crossed the center of the POW camp at Son Tay, North Vietnam, some 23 miles northwest of Hanoi, N.V. and neutralized both gun towers before the US Army Special Forces were inserted.
Blue Water Red Blood
Blue Water Red Blood is the poignant story of how, together, these two Americans faced and conquered red tape, engineering obstacles, corruption and personal trials to train and equip the US Mariin for their greatest challenges.
The Operator: Firing the Shots that Killed Osama bin Laden and My Years as a SEAL Team Warrior
A stirringly evocative, thought-provoking, and often jaw-dropping account, The Operator ranges across SEAL Team Operator Robert O’Neill’s awe-inspiring four-hundred-mission career, which included his involvement in attempts to rescue “Lone Survivor” Marcus Luttrell
With the Old Breed: At Peleliu and Okinawa
Ken Burns praised With the Old Breed by E. B. Sledge by saying, “In all the literature on the Second World War, there is not a more honest, realistic or moving memoir than Eugene Sledge’s." Wow, I've read a number of WWII books, both fiction and nonfiction, but it sounds like this one should be next on my list.
The 21 Day Miracle: How To Change Anything in 3 Short Weeks
Discover The Ancient Secret to Changing Anything Listen carefully: you were meant for more. You have a message, story, or experience that’s going to change the world. And the fact is, I didn't need to tell you that. You’ve known it all your life.
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