Jim Clonts

Biography

Born in St Louis, Missouri in 1966, Jim Clonts graduated from the University of Missouri with a degree in Mechanical Engineering and received his commission in the U.S. Air Force in 1988. As a B-52G Stratofortress navigator-bombardier, he flew ten combat missions in Operation DESERT STORM. During his nearly ten years of active duty service he amassed over 2,500 flying hours in the B-52G and H bombers, including 130 combat hours, and was awarded the Air Medal, the Air Force Commendation Medal, the Air Force Achievement Medal, Southwest Asia Service Medal, Kuwait and Kuwaiti Liberation Medals, Outstanding Unit Award with Valor, and the National Defense Service Medal. Jim left the service in 1998 and is currently working in the field of engineering. He is a Civil Air Patrol pilot and enjoys building experimental aircraft when he is not writing.

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Books

Ghosts Behind the Curtain
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Price: $6.99 USD. Words: 75,180. Language: English. Published: September 5, 2011. Category: Fiction » Horror » Ghost
When Scott Foster is haunted by disembodied voices he turns to an old friend and a prominent ghost hunter. What they discover during the course of their investigation challenges every preconceived notion of the paranormal. The very fabric of space separating our universe from unspeakable horrors is growing thin and our heroes must find a way to keep the ghosts behind the curtain at bay.
When Penguins Flew and Water Burned
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Price: $7.99 USD. Words: 150,020. Language: English. Published: December 23, 2010. Category: Nonfiction » Transportation » Aircraft
This is the story of a USAF navigator’s journey from Air Training Command to nuclear alerts of the Cold War to combat in Desert Storm. It details the last days of Strategic Air Command,the early days of Air Combat Command and the military drawdown of the 1990s. Jim Clonts puts the reader in the B-52 cockpit,a crucible where aviators learn the true nature of character, conscience and mortality.

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