The 8th Field Hospital

By Andrew C. Carr, MD; Roberta R. Carr

The 8th Field Hospital, by Andrew C. Carr, MD and Roberta R. Carr, is the memoir of a young neurologist’s time served in the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War in 1966 when Carr was 31 years old. As the title indicates, Carr served at...

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Fall In, Fall Out

The Dogface Years
By Joseph Crew

When Joseph Crew learned that his twin brother Dick was sworn into the army on March 12, 1958, he deliberated whether to stay at home and keep his girlfriend or join Dick in the army and escape the crumbling situation at home. Seventeen-year-old Joseph chose...

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Honor Through Sacrifice

The Story of One of America's Greatest Military Leaders
By Robert E Lofthouse

Honor Through Sacrifice: The Story of One of America's Greatest Military Leaders is a biography by Robert E. Lofthouse and chronicles the military life of Gordon J. Lippman. He was an American hero that fought in World War II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam...

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Bad Infidel

By Natividad Ruiz

Bad Infidel by Natividad Ruiz is the author’s memoir as a seasoned member of the U.S. Army, having served in Bosnia, Kosovo, and Iraq. He is about to begin his fifth deployment with the U.S. Army, this time in Afghanistan. At a time when morale...

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Bury Him

A Memoir of the Viet Nam War
By Captain Doug Chamberlain

Captain Doug Chamberlain was "living the dream" as a teacher and coach when he got drafted into the United States Army but instead enlisted into the Marine Corp. in the spring of 1965—which led to an experience he would remember and puzzle over for decades....

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Growing Your Family

Learn How to Flourish and Thrive as a Military Family
By Pearl Gifty Alimo

Growing Your Family by Pearl Gifty Alimo is a memoir/self-help guidebook to help families deal with members serving in the military. Pearl draws from her own experiences as a military wife, raising their three young children on her own while her husband is deployed overseas....

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Strike Hard and Expect No Mercy

A Tank Platoon Leader in Iraq
By Galen D. Peterson

Strike Hard and Expect No Mercy follows author and former Tank Platoon Leader Galen D. Peterson's experiences while serving on behalf of the US Army in Iraq. A West Pointer who suffered a brain injury during his stay in Iraq, Lieutenant Peterson unwittingly received the...

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Not Without a Fight

The Story of a Polish Jew’s Resistance
By D.W. Duke

Not Without a Fight: The Story of a Polish Jew’s Resistance is the true story of a boy who was eight years old when Germany invaded Poland in 1939. Casimir Bieberstein was part of a rich, powerful, but kindly family. But because he was Jewish,...

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Mission Transition

Navigating the Opportunities and Obstacles to Your Post-Military Career
By Matthew J. Louis

Adapting to the differences between life in the military and civil society can be quite daunting to a veteran of the armed forces who is transitioning to the commercial world. Mission Transition sets out to smooth that potentially stressful process. It may surprise readers to...

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No Where Man

One Soldier's Journey Home From Vietnam
By Stephen J. Piotrowski

The almost forgotten war in South East Asia, which ended some fifty years ago, deeply affected the lives of many of those who were involved. The participants included youngsters from America sent to fight a cunning and ruthless enemy for an increasingly unpopular cause. Stephen...

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