MB (MilSpeak Books) is the nonprofit publishing division of MilSpeak Foundation, Inc. MB is a venue for creative literary works written by military people. Sales of MB titles goes directly toward supporting MilSpeak Foundation programs. MilSpeak Foundation, Inc., is a 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to raising awareness about creative works by military people to a more visible and influential position in American culture by developing new audiences, creating new avenues for delivery, and encouraging creativity among military people. Through writing, creating art and performing, military people preserve the history of everyday military life, learn about stress management benefits of participating in the Arts, and increase civilian understanding about military life.
This collection of true stories is a great volume (for the living room or the class room) to get the conversation started about the wartime experience and military life. What are our troops and their families really enduring to answer the call to duty? Revisit the Korean War and Vietnam War on your way to the Gulf Wars as you learn about military life in the words of those who live it.
As the sun begins to set on the Soviet Union, desperation slowly grips this once great empire's staunchest champions. This is the story of the courageous few who fight to hold off that final sunset, and of the American counter-intelligence operatives who bring the Cold War to end game.
When a country calls, some give all....
Vicky Armstrong, 48-years old, is broke & living in a VW van in California after her husband leaves her for another woman. Vicky changes her life and seeks revenge. Her quest for justice takes her to Switzerland in this dramatic tale of murder, romance and international intrigue.
A momentary encounter with a Norwegian beauty sends Sandy Gilmartin, engineer and reluctant spy, on a journey from the groves of Orange County, California to the snowbanks of Norway. Will drifting into a life of espionage and romance lead Sandy to the secret of becoming the hero of his own life?