Books tagged: army officer

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A Polio Memoir
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Price: $6.99 USD. Words: 25,640. Language: English. Published: April 2, 2011 by Fideli Publishing. Category: Nonfiction » Inspiration » Personal inspiration
Captain Bob Axtell fought in battles in the Pacific during WWII and survived, he also survived fifteen months in the Korean Conflict, but he didn’t fight his toughest battle until he returned home. In a matter of days, he went from being a healthy man to the isolation ward at William Beaumont Army Hospital — he had become one of the early polio statistics in 1952's polio epidemic.
Soldiers’ Tales - As told to the folks back home
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Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 26,230. Language: English. Published: April 20, 2011 by Bretwalda Books. Category: Nonfiction » History » Military
Genuine tales told by soldiers from the Boer War of 1899 to Afghanistan in 2011. The clear unvarnished truth from men who were in the tranches of World War I, who flew bombing missions over Germany in World War II, who were captured by the Japanese, who invaded Suez in 1956, who met Russians in the Cold War and much else besides.
No Safe Haven: Homeland Insecurity
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Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 118,960. Language: English. Published: October 10, 2011 by Grave Distractions Publications. Category: Nonfiction » Politics and Current Affairs » Terrorism
Retired United States Army Captain, Ken Hudnall, presents a frightening view of America's true risks of terrorism. Using transcripts of pre-September 11th Congressional hearings as the backbone of this text, we are able to see that the United States government was well aware of the vulnerabilities in our border control policy.
B.A.G.H.D.A.D. Yoga: A Shift in Consciousness: Fear to Love, War to Peace
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Price: $3.95 USD. Words: 44,850. Language: English. Published: January 20, 2013. Category: Nonfiction » Biography » Military biography
In 2006 army officer Michele Spencer spent a year in Baghdad's Green Zone, where she lived with the constant drumbeat of helicopter rotors punctuated by the explosions of mortars. She shares the spiritual principles and mind-body practices that guided her through the combat stressors of war abroad and have given her the courage to lead a life of service as an agent of change at home