The Silence of War

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  • Author : Terry McGowan
  • Publisher : Penguin
  • Pages : 320 pages
  • ISBN : 1101988207
  • Rating : 5/5 from 1 reviews
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The Silence of War

The Silence of War
  • Author : Terry McGowan
  • Publisher : Penguin
  • Release : 23 August 2016
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With a Foreword by Bill O’Reilly, here is the incredible memoir of a former Marine who returns to combat in Iraq and Afghanistan three decades after leaving the Corps. Terry McGowan had been a beat cop, a Marine captain, and a Special Agent for the FBI before retiring at the age of fifty. But when tragedy struck the United States on September 11th, 2001, Terry felt an undiminished sense of duty to protect and serve his country. Six years later,

WTFO The Silence Is Deafening

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  • Author : Khaled Hafid
  • Publisher : Lulu.com
  • Release : 01 October 2012
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A young Marine Staff Sergeant finally tells the tale of his two year experience in dealing with deployment, conflict, death and recovery. With a unique upbringing as an Arab-American, he wrestles with his beliefs and emotions, while trying to make sense of everything around him. It is a story of triumph from sadness, victory from the jaws of defeat. Follow him through his journey and see what becomes of him.

Aftermath of War

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  • Author : United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee to Investigate Problems Connected with Refugees and Escapees
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 04 October 1976
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  • Author : Gerald Meehl
  • Publisher : Naval Institute Press
  • Release : 15 May 2012
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An unusual account of a young American in combat in the Pacific during WWII, this book describes the experiences of a Marine language officer who was decorated for saving enemy lives, not taking them. He won the Bronze star for his unique service, winning the respect of his peers and countless Japanese for his successful efforts that resulted in the surrender of large numbers of enemy civilians and troops during the savage battles on Saipan and Tinian in 1944.

Siege of Khe Sanh The Story of the Vietnam War s Largest Battle

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  • Author : Robert Pisor
  • Publisher : W. W. Norton & Company
  • Release : 30 January 2018
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A war correspondent’s masterful blow-by-blow account of the Battle of Khe Sanh, reissued with a new preface by Mark Bowden for the battle’s 50th anniversary. The six-month siege of Khe Sanh in 1968 was the largest, most intense battle of the Vietnam War. For six thousand trapped U.S. Marines, it was a nightmare; for President Johnson, an obsession. For General Westmoreland, it was to be the final vindication of technological weaponry; for General Giap, architect of the French

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  • Author : J. F. Cronin
  • Publisher : iUniverse
  • Release : 28 July 2014
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Lieutenant Colonel Jake Gregg is a marine recruiter’s dream: handsome, well-respected, and on the fast track to making general. As an on-ground commander during the Gulf War, Colonel Jake led his troops into multifaceted battles, minimized dangers for his marines, and squashed all attempts to reward his outstanding leadership with a medal. But as the war ends and several years pass, the neoconservatives are not happy. They want the regime of Iraq overthrown. It is 2000 when Jake, who is

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  • Author : James Brady
  • Publisher : St. Martin's Griffin
  • Release : 01 April 2007
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America's "forgotten war" lasted just thirty-seven months, yet 54,246 Americans died in that time -- nearly as many as died in ten years in Vietnam. On the fiftieth anniversary of this devastating conflict, James Brady tells the story of his life as a young marine lieutenant in Korea. In 1947, seeking to avoid the draft, nineteen-year-old Jim Brady volunteered for a Marine Corps program that made him a lieutenant in the reserves on the day he graduated college. He didn't plan to

The Twins Platoon

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  • Author : Christy W. Sauro
  • Publisher : Zenith Press
  • Release : 20 March 2006
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In the evening of June 28, 1967, 150 young Americans were sworn into the Marine Corps as part of the pre-game ceremonies of a Minnesota Twins baseball game. Before the end of the fourth inning these volunteers were being hustled on to buses, on their way to boot camp. It was a journey that would take them from a boyhood of baseball in the American heartland to manhood on the killing fields of Vietnam. Christy Sauro was one of the Twins Platoon, and

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  • Author : George Lince
  • Publisher : McFarland
  • Release : 24 April 2013
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Right after Pearl Harbor, the author joined the Marines at 17. After boot camp, he went to the First Marine Division, taking part in some of the bloodiest fighting in the Pacific, including the landing on Okinawa where he was wounded. Fighting under terrible conditions, he and his fellow Marines persevered. This is the author’s story of combat and of growing up.

When Football Went to War

When Football Went to War
  • Author : Todd Anton,Bill Nowlin
  • Publisher : Triumph Books
  • Release : 15 November 2013
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More than any other sport, professional football contributed fighting men to the battles of World War II, and the 22 or so players or former players that lost their lives are among the riveting stories told in this tribute to football's war heroes that spans many decades and military conflicts. The National Football League counts three Congressional Medal of Honor recipients among its honors, along with numerous Silver Stars, Distinguished Flying Crosses, and Purple Hearts. When Football Went to War offers

Dreams Outback

Dreams Outback
  • Author : Darrell Norrod
  • Publisher : iUniverse
  • Release : 28 October 2008
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Dreams Outback A Book About life and death and the American Dream of Freedom Dreams Outback's innocent book cover holds the explosive story of an American family and their sacrifices made for their country. Dreams Outback is a unique blend of fiction sprinkled throughout the pages with religion, politics, and war that takes the reader, no matter what age or sex, on a roller coaster ride of emotions. And the front row seat next to the reader is occupied with