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GI Ingenuity

Author : James Jay Carafano
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One-of-a-kind retelling of the Normandy campaign Places the 1944 battle for France in its social, economic, scientific, and technological context GI Ingenuity is in large part an old-fashioned combat narrative, with mayhem and mass slaughter at center stage. But the book goes farther, combining military history with the history of science, technology, and culture to show how the American soldier improvised, innovated, and adapted on the battlefield. Among the improvisations and technologies covered are tanks equipped with hedgerow cutters, the coordination of air and ground attacks, and the use of radios and aircraft to direct artillery fire--all of which contributed to American success on D-Day and afterwards.

The Latest Greatest Generation

Author : Renita Menyhert
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The Latest Greatest Generation A Bugler praying he will play his best TAPS to honor a fallen Soldier .. Two football players striving to win the game, and understanding they will use this same determination to complete the successful missions when their military service begins A devoted father's attempt to turn grief into an asset, not only for his son's sake, but Soldiers as well . A Staff Judge Advocate officer dedicated to making the Uniformed Code of Military Justice count .. Guarding a divided city and border or deploying to serve in hostile environments . Whether it's war or peacetime, the fact is to be successful in any military endeavor all Soldiers must perform as professionals 24/7. These are stories about GIs I witnessed firsthand exhibiting immeasurable expertise, esprit de corps, and camaraderie. As a result, they made an extraordinary impact on their fellow Soldiers as well as a significant difference in the entire U.S. Army.

United States Army Aviation Digest

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Combat Crew

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Anzio

Author : Fred Sheehan
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One of the most bitterly contested pieces of land in World War II was a strip of Italian seacoast fifteen miles long and seven miles deep - the Anzio beachhead. Fred Sheehan, a soldier who participated in the campaign, tells the story of this largely neglected battle, whose purpose was to open the road to Rome. The unopposed January 1944 landing of 40,000 Allied troops seemed to promise easy victory. Yet a month later, with their number increased to 120,000, the Allies were no nearer Rome and were desperately fighting to hold their own against the German forces of Field Marshal Albert Kesselring. After a four-month siege, the Allies finally established a firm foothold in what Kesselring himself called "an epic of bravery."

Army

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Shit Servicemen Have It Tough

Author : James E. Wimes
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This book was penned to tell the life story of James Ellis Wimes, a United States Military Service personnel. The title of this book was derived as a marketing strategy. S H I T is eye-catching to the average American. For some reason, Americans have a fascination for profanity. I hope that once a person opens this book, he or she will realize that S H I T truly expresses why I feel that Servicemen Have It Tough. This book tells the story of my life from August 1962 to the present. Although I retired from active duty on February 22, 1989, you will see how my military career continues to impact me till date. This book tells the entire story of my life, loves, friends, and experiences spanning more than forty years. Some of the stories are funny, some are serious, some are sexy, but above all, they are true. So sit or lie back, and enjoy why joining the United States Military will create many situations of S H I TServicemen Have It Tough.

Airborne Combat

Author : James E. Mrazek
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Comprehensive look into the dangerous world of glider warfare.

Hitler s Spanish Legion

Author : Gerald R. Kleinfeld
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Classic story of the 47,000 Spaniards who fought for the Third Reich in World War II.

Battle of the Bulge

Author : Hans Wijers
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This is the story of their bitter combat--in the words of German and American soldiers who were there.

The Breaking Point

Author : Robert A. Doughty
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An engaging narrative of the small-unit actions near Sedan during the 1940 campaign for France.

The Time of My Life

Author : IRWIN WILLIAM SCHENKER
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THE TIME OF MY LIFE by IRWIN WILLIAM SCHENKER

Panzergrenadier Aces

Author : Franz Kurowski
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Exciting stories of the infantrymen who supported Germany's tanks. How tanks and infantry cooperated at the small-unit level. First time in English.

Cavalry Raids of the Civil War

Author : Robert W. Black
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Covers raids from J. E. B. Stuart's 1862 ride around McClellan's army to James Wilson's crashing raids in Alabama and Georgia in 1865.

Dive Bomber

Author : Peter C. Smith
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Details on planes like the German Stuka, the American Dauntless, the Japanese Aichi D3A1 "Val," the Soviet PE-2, and numerous others. Riveting accounts of aerial combat. Includes maps, diagrams, tables, and photos.

Land With No Sun

Author : Ted G. Arthurs
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A no-holds-barred, straight-in-your-face account of combat in Vietnam.

Tours of Duty

Author : Michael Lee Lanning
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These are the stories Vietnam vets tell each other at reunions and over beers.

Spitfire Wingman from Tennessee

Author : James Haun
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E-Book Edition of SPITFIRE WINGMAN FROM TENNESSEE, which is the autobiography of a self-taught aviator who flew virtually every military aircraft (except jets) during the years 1939 to 1960. Col. Jim Haun, 1911-2001, with unusual honesty and wit, allows a "back door glimpse" into the USAF at the highest levels of command, including the Presidential Air Fleet in Washington, D.C. He flew fighters in WWII, transports in India, the Berlin Airlift, Japan and the Far East - eventually becoming Chief Pilot of the Military Air Transport Service. After retirement he built a stunt biplance in his garage and wowed audiences with "death-defying" performances. Col. Haun concurrently taught hundreds to fly, many later becoming airline captains and one, even became an instructor in the supersonic Blackbird.

Panzer Commanders of the Western Front

Author : Samuel W. Mitcham Jr.
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Detailed biographies of 5 panzer commanders. Describes what it's like to lead tank units in battle. Includes D-Day, Normandy, the campaign for France, the Battle of the Bulge, and the final battles in Germany.

Blossoming Silk Against the Rising Sun

Author : Gene Eric Salecker
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Complete account of airborne operations in the Pacific theater. Firsthand descriptions from American and Japanese paratroopers. Detailed maps illustrate battles.