Craig Zuber takes the discipline and accountability of the US Marine Corps into the business world with the publishing of his cutting-edge business guide, In the Trenches: Do Or Die Lessons From the Business Battlefield.
This book delivers down & dirty, no excuse sales principles and gives you the insight & motivation to accomplish your mission!
“Daddy? What did you do during The Eternal Cold War?”
In the tradition of MASH and Catch-22, The Kaserne answers that question on behalf of several ten-millions who served abroad in this vividly realistic story of soldiers, civilians, men and women, Americans and Germans on a small forlornly threadbare US Army base in Germany.
Birdie and Beletta is the heart-wrenching story of a little girl with a big problem. Should she stay with her dysfunctional family or choose to go with Beletta? Her psychic gifts help her navigate the mine-field she has to cross.
A collection of short stories by Gideon Fleisher. Titles include: River Rats, A Day in the Life, Maple Leafs, Eat at Curly's, Lights, Life as a Book, Sheepskin, and A Trip to Seoul, plus Who Was That, a poem.
ON HEROES' WINGS is a tale of patriotism and courage that focuses on a family of Bald Eagles and a nine year old son of a US military soldier.
The youngest of the eagles and the young boy both must learn what it means to be patriotic, courageous, and to take pride in the land they love.
Rediscover American patriotism, or watch as it blooms anew, with this exciting new American classic.
Follow "Shorty" an Australian soldier, on his tour of duty in the war in Vietnam. No blood, gore or guts in this work - just a collection of simple,fascinating and quirky stories that could only come from one who was there. A soldier's experiences of the ridiculous events and situations in which he found himself. He survives to return to a hostile land and questions himself as to his involvement
HOW TO NOT TELL A WAR STORY is a collection of short stories about veterans who went to war but left without a war story to tell. Forty years after their experience, these veterans begin asking if there is something more to say about their military service. Among other things, they come to appreciate the lovers, friends, and family who helped them shape a new post-war identity.
This special report is an unofficial military guide crammed with valuable tips on how to adapt to military life, especially in combat zones. A must read for anyone thinking of enlisting in the military or who has recently joined up. DiGiovanni gives an enlightening view of the war in Iraq and on terrorism from an Iraq combat veteran’s viewpoint. Military history buffs will love this report.
War Stories, 27 short stories written by veterans, touches upon every aspect of military life from hard-corps combat to making love after being blown up by a mortar. Illustrated by veteran Robert Wilson. Edited by Sally Drumm and Sally Shore.