“Remembering Forgotten Fliers, Their Survivors” republished in a new anthology from Potomac Books

 

Fighter pilots.

I’ve written about them often over the years. About their hell-raising good times at the Officers Club, living life to the fullest…on the edge of the envelope at a speed faster than the rest of us.

Condemned Property?

There’s no such thing as a little war, declares Dusty Trimmer. He uses his and others’ experiences during and after Vietnam to prove it.

Condemned Property?
by Dusty Earl Trimmer
Book Category: Memoir
Reviewed by: Barbara Peacock

ISBN (links go to the MWSA Amazon store): 145752533X

Author(s) Mentioned: 
Trimmer, Dusty Earl

My Life with a Wounded Warrior

If you are, or have been, the spouse of a person who served in combat, you want to read this book. It can make you smile or it can make you cry, but it will not leave you less than thoughtful.

My Life with a Wounded Warrior
by Pamela Foster
Book Category: Memoir
Reviewed by: Mike Mullins

ISBN (links go to the MWSA Amazon store): 1490400184

Author(s) Mentioned: 
Foster, Pamela

Casualty of War

Casualty of War

By: Jon M. Nelson

 

With a terrified look upon his face,

I wonder what he’s doing in this place.

There are bombs exploding and bullets flying,

He’s curled up in a corner scared and crying.

 

I know that he did not ask to be here,

And I know he’s overwhelmed with fear.

Where are the parents of this child lost,

As he screams out in this holocaust?

 

I can feel his pain as I see his tears,

But his cries will fall upon deaf ears.

The sounds of war drown him out,

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