Military Non-Fiction

Leading the Way to Victory: A History of the 60th Troop Carrier Group 1940–1945

Publication Date: 12/13/2022

Leading the Way to Victory is the official history of the 60th Troop Carrier Group, featuring unpublished first-person accounts by participating veterans and expertly written by retired USAF Colonel Mark C. Vlahos, combat veteran and former Vice Wing Commander of 314th Aircraft Wing at the Little Rock Air Force Base.…

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The View from My Foxhole: A Marine Private’s Firsthand World War II Combat Experience from Guadalcanal to Iwo Jima

Publication Date: 11/01/2022

After the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor, millions of young American men were eager to join up and defend their country. William Swanson was among them. The View from My Foxhole tells William Swanson’s story of fighting in the jungles of Bougainville and Guam and the ash heap of Iwo Jima.…

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TERROR IN FRANKFURT: The Untold Truth About the Worst Terrorist Attack in U.S. Air Force History

Publication Date: 10/25/2022

Terror in Frankfurt is a page-turning and inspiring memoir of terror, courage, and redemption that deserves a front-row seat on any bookshelf. Terror in Frankfurt is the untold true story about the most terrifying terrorist attack in U.S. Air Force history. This riveting true account follows Staff Sergeant Trevor Brewer…

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The Shot: The Harrowing Journey of a Marine in the War on Terror

Publication Date: 09/13/2022

Sergeant Bill Bee’s brush with death was broadcast on TV screens and published in newspapers around the world, but behind the cloud of dirt caused by a Taliban sniper bullet is a story of heroism, tragedy, and fighting an invisible war. Sergeant Bill Bee is the Marine in one of…

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Crisis of Command: How We Lost Trust and Confidence in America’s Generals and Politicians

Publication Date: 09/06/2022

Combat-decorated Marine officer Stuart Scheller speaks out against the debacle of the Afghan pullout as the culmination of a decades-long and still-ongoing betrayal of military members by top leadership, from generals to the commander in chief, comes to light. Lieutenant Colonel Stuart Scheller was the perfect Marine. Battle tested. A…

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Blood Is Thicker than War: Brothers and Sisters on the Front Lines

Publication Date: 09/06/2022

From the author off Triage and Searching for Augusta, comes a history of love, hate, jealousy, and revenge between brothers and sisters during times of war through the ages. Journey back through time to discover remarkable accounts of parents who waved off their sons and daughters, never knowing if they…

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Voices from the Confederacy: True Civil War Stories from the Men and Women of the Old South

Publication Date: 08/30/2022

Read about the Civil War from those who were there.       They say history is written by the victors. In the case of the Civil War, that’s largely true. But historian Samuel Mitcham brings the Southern point of view to life in Voices from the Confederacy. In it,…

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The Golden Brigade: The Untold Story of the 82nd Airborne in Vietnam and Beyond

Publication Date: 08/23/2022

An epic tale of a brotherhood forged by war—masterfully told by a lifelong journalist, war correspondent, and U.S. Army veteran. “A must-read by military historians who follow the 82nd Airborne Division. It is a compilation of fascinating stories by brave soldiers who found themselves in the crucible of fierce combat.”…

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Birth of a Regiment: The 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment in Sicily and Salerno

Publication Date: 08/16/2022

Book I in the campaign history of the 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment, Birth of a Regiment is an authoritative, action-packed account of the 504th’s seminal role in Sicily and Italy, the first two U.S. airborne drops in the European Theater of Operations. Drawing on hundreds of eye-witness testimonies, Frank van…

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Ghostriders 1976-1995: “Invictus” Combat History of the AC-130 Spectre Gunship, Iran, El Salvador, Grenada, Panama, Iraq, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Somalia (2)

Publication Date: 05/31/2022

Resistance is futile. You can run, but you’ll only die tired. The AC-130 Gunship was quickly developed in 1968 to provide fire support for ground forces in Vietnam. Twenty-eight C-130 cargo aircraft were converted into AC-130s for night attack operations. The AC-130 was crude, ugly, ad hoc, and detested by…

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