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  • Six Days of Impossible

    Navy Seal Hell Week - A Doctor Looks Back by

    Hell Week has never been described so effectively. Six days in Helldefine every SEAL that moves past the point of no return in their minds. Robert Adams, MD brings the experiences of his classmates into view with real, difficult to believe ...


  • Unauthorized Acts

    Risky Tales from a Vietnam Medic by

    Medic Criss Hinson had been in Vietnam for only four days when unauthorized, he joined a flight in need of a medic to help transport wounded back to Da Nang. The plane was hit by machine gun rounds and forced to land in nearby rice paddies. Its ...


  • The King's Shilling and Stalag V111B

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    Born in London, England in 1922, Anthony Parnell's interest in aeroplanes took hold of his imagination at an early age. He became a plane spotter with his friend at Croydon Aerodrome. As his love grew, his dream was that one day he would fly. ...


  • It’s Been an Adventure

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    Shared truth through humour, love and the insecurity of life are within these pages. Raw adventure of moment and its humble seeking of understanding, gently weaves its way. Here among the unknown and unforeseen intensity of loss, and its searing ...


  • The Red Knight

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    The Red Knight is the product of 25 years of meticulous research. It is, arguably, the most comprehensive account ever written about the Canadian Air Force’s legendary solo jet-aerobatics performer. An important part of Canadian aviation history, ...


  • The Lewis Letters

    The Exploits of a 20th Century Aviator and Adventurer by

    Alexander Lewis played an active role in the seminal events of the 20th century. From the battlefields of WWI Europe to Northern Ireland and Palestine, from the Hudson Strait Expedition to WWII Ferry Command, these are his stories in his own words. ...


  • Unfortunate Sons

    The Beginning of Marine Corps Tanks In The Vietnam War and how I survived Vietnam as a marine tanker by

    Unfortunate Sons is a compelling story It will draw you into Joe Tyson's world as a young Marine Tanker, full of fun and enthusiasm. You will share the daily routines of patrols and combat situations as if you were right there with him. You will ...


  • Better Than Some, Worse Than Others

    The way it was: - Remembering the South African Border War in the 1980’s and 90’s. by

    Not yet seventeen, Wayne Webster, along with many young men around South Africa, abruptly leaves a life of relative peace and tranquility to fulfill his obligatory military service duties during the South African Border War. He has no idea what the ...


  • Pigeons to Peshawar

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    An amazing story—even more so because it’s all true. City-born and country-raised, Ken developed a need to fly and found a way to do it. While recalling his career as a USAF navigator, he relates to the history of the ‘60s, ‘70s and ’80s—linking ...


  • From Sand to Sea and Distant Shores

    Book One: To Sea by

    With incredible clarity and in vivid detail, this 10-year Navy veteran, explains and involves you in the action of the times … the Cold War in the Pacific Ocean during the mid to late 1950’s from Boot Camp and basic training, to service aboard a ...