Vietnam War River Patrol

A U.S. Gunboat Captain Returns to the Mekong Delta
By Richard H. Kirshen

Vietnam War River Patrol: A U.S. Gunboat Captain Returns to the Mekong Delta is a non-fiction military memoir written by Richard H. Kirshen. When Kirshen got his draft notice from the U.S. Army in 1967, he figured that enlisting in the Navy would keep him...

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No Tougher Duty, No Greater Honor

A Memoir of a Mortuary Affairs Marine
By GySgt L. Christian Bussler (Ret.)

No Tougher Duty, No Greater Honor: A Memoir of a Mortuary Affairs Marine by GySgt L. Christian Bussler (Ret.) is a clever military non-fiction story of a Mortuary Affairs Marine. We meet the protagonist in 2002, employed as a postal letter carrier in Springfield, Ohio....

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Answering the Call

With the 91st Infantry Division in the Italian Campaign During World War II
By Stephen L Wilson

Answering the Call: With the 91st Infantry Division in the Italian Campaign During World War II is a military biography written by Stephen L. Wilson. His father, Allen Wilson, was just entering college as a freshman when word came that Hitler had invaded Poland. He...

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Swift, Silent and Deadly

Recon Marines in Vietnam
By Michael J. Schneider

I am an Army veteran. I was infantry, so I know a little about combat patrols in dangerous places. I served after the Vietnam War and, to be honest, I have always wondered what it would have been like to serve there. Except for my...

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Eternally at War

By Jeanette Vaughan and Captain Robert Lathrop

Eternally at War by Jeanette Vaughan and Captain Robert Lathrop falls into the genre of non-fictional military. This would appeal most to a mixed audience of mature young adults and adults who enjoy military memoirs. Those who serve in the military often walk away with...

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A Dog Called Hope

A Wounded Warrior and the Service Dog Who Saved Him
By Jason Morgan, Damien Lewis

All who have ever loved a dog and lost him/her, whether through death or otherwise, will find A Dog Called Hope, by Jason Morgan and Damien Lewis, bringing them to tears. This is a true story, in as far as Jason Morgan is able to...

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Sketches of a Black Cat

Story of a night flying WWII pilot and artist
By Ron Miner

Sketches of a Black Cat by Ron Miner is a non-fiction military book that would appeal most to a mixed audience of young adults and adults who enjoy learning more about World War II and the Navy Black Cats. The book is a first person...

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Leaving War, Finding Love

A Veteran's Transition
By Hillary Sigrist

Leaving War, Finding Love: A Veteran's Transition by Hillary Sigrist is a slim and inspiring story that offers readers a wonderful look at what it feels like to transition from military service to civilian life, and what coming home from war signifies to both the...

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They Walk Alone

The Tragic Journey of Dementia
By Bob Kern

In this moving chronicle of his grandmother’s battle with dementia, author Bob Kern shares his priceless, heart-breaking experience as a loving and devoted grandson. When Mamaw takes a fall on New Year’s Eve 2000, it is almost as if all the pieces jiggled in or...

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My Father's War

Memories from Our Honored WWII Soldiers
By Charley Valera

My Father's War: Memories from Our Honored WWII Soldiers by Charley Valera is a compelling book that brilliantly captures the grim reality of World War II, exploring the lives of soldiers in combat, heroes who risked their lives in a war that some of them...

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