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Letters to Mom from Nam Roger Williamson
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ISBN: 9781633183292
After graduating from the College of Wooster in 1967, Roger Williamson enlisted in the US Army knowing that his path would likely lead to the jungles of Vietnam. By 1968 he ended up there as an Advisor to the Army of the Republic of Vietnam. Even far from home, his connection to his family and friends remained strong. So many letters from the people he loved -especially his Mom- kept him encouraged. He wrote often offering bland details of the war to keep his family from worrying about his safety. His stories show the fear, frustration, anger and sometimes humorous situations he encountered as a young Lieutenant in an increasingly unpopular war.
Lincoln's Hammer Volume I David Paul Davenport
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ISBN: 9781648587047
Preserving the Union was the goal of Henry Banta of Collamer, Indiana, when he enlisted on April 21, 1861, to put down the rebellion by those dissatisfied with the Presidency of Abraham Lincoln. Four and a half years later he returned home victorious having served as a foot soldier, a pioneer, a mounted infantryman, and an engineer building fortifications at Chattanooga. Volume I elaborates upon his diary and provides details of his service in Western Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, a smidgen of Mississippi, much of northern Alabama, and some of northwestern Georgia as he served under Generals Reynolds, Buell, and Rosecrans, and fought at Greenbrier Bridge, Corinth, Stone's River, Hoover' ...
Lincoln's Hammer Volume II David Paul Davenport
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Preserving the Union was the goal of Henry Banta of Collamer, Indiana, when he enlisted on April 21, 1861, to put down the rebellion by those dissatisfied with the Presidency of Abraham Lincoln. Four and half years later he returned home victorious having served as a foot soldier, a pioneer, a mounted infantryman in John Wilder's Lightning Brigade, and an engineer building fortifications at Chattanooga. Volume I presents his soldering with Generals Reynolds, Buell, and Rosecrans, in 1861 - 1863. Volume II of Lincoln's Hammer details his re-enlistment in January, 1864, furlough in February and March, service with Kenner Garrard's cavalry in Sherman's Atlanta Campaign, and duties at Chatta ...
Making a Marine Louis V. Orosco
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In 1966, a young man (age 20) entered boot camp at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot in San Diego, California. He kept a daily journal of his experiences, writing by penlight at night in his bunk. Fifty years later, he started posting the daily entries on a forum generating over 17,000 views of the journal entries. Follow his journey of punishments, loneliness, physical hardships, emotional stress and accomplishments as he longed for news from home and his heart ached for a former girlfriend.
McHenry Clan May McHenry and Torrence McHenry
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John McHenry emigrated from northern Ireland to New York state (somewhere between 1729-1739) and later moved into Pennsylvania. Their sons were early settlers in Northumberland County (the current Columbia County). John McHenry and four of his sons served in the American Revolution. This book is a history of John and Susannah (McNeal) McHenry and continues with the genealogy of two of their sons (Daniel and Thomas) and their descendants, and mentions John’s other seven children. It contains the family’s coat of arms and biographies of many descendants and some interesting anecdotes, as well as articles on relevant topics such as the Fishing Creek Confederacy. The book was written ...
Memories of the World War Russell B. Gould
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ISBN: 9781637903131
Michael Joseph O'Brien of Bartoose, Ireland and Sackets Harbor, New York: An Irish Immigrant's Odyssey Stephan Clarke
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This is a short summary of the life and military career of Michael Joseph O'Brien who was born in Ireland, immigrated to the United States, became a citizen and served with distinction in the 9th Infantry Regiment and in the First Infantry Division.
My Gulf War Journal Matthew A Clark
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My Gulf War Story Air Force Weather Observer attached to the Army 2nd Armored Cavalry Regiment during Desert Storm.
My Life in the Service A memoir by Ken Oliver
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Set in the late 60s, a memoir that is partly set in the Vietnam War and partly in Fort Leonard Wood MO. The stories from one man's time in the service, and the experiences that molded him.
My World War II Jamie Walker
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In 1941, James G. Walker was a student at Stanford University. Then the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor. Although he was committed to an engineering job with General Electric, Walker soon quit his job with G.E. to join the Navy as an inspections engineer for ships. Here is the story of his travels during this turbulent time, including to China and Hong Kong, aboard the U.S.S. Los Angeles and other ships.

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