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By Tim Drake
I acknowledge and fondly remember my grandfathers, Maurice Elmer Drake and Archibald Vance Houston, who provided me with the inspiration and foundation necessary to share their story. I would like to humbly express my appreciation to the men of the 558th AAA AW BN and U.S.S. Culebra Island ARG7 for telling their stories. I stand in awe of the countless World War II veterans I have interviewed over the years. Lastly, thank you to the millions of World War II veterans who served our country during 1939-1945. Our current freedom was paid for in blood – it is the responsibility of my generation and those that follow to never forget the cost of freedom and to protect it at all costs.
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By Eric Sanders
The Minds of Men, An American Intelligence Brief delves into the key points of history driving our economy, government expansion, war involvement, constitutional disharmony in lawmaking, the historical origins and intent of our several agencies of government (Federal Reserve, IRS, FBI, BATF, CIA) and their diabolical role in society. The Minds of Men reveals how foreign control over the creation and proliferation of money has dominated societies for centuries, especially in U.S. today.
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By Bobby Bill
A Presidio of San Francisco Closure Study began after the controversial Base Closure and Realignment Act of 1988 (BRAC 88) was enacted and placed the Presidio of San Francisco on the BRAC 88 Base Closure list. The required Presidio of San Francisco Closure Study, prepared by the Headquarters, Sixth US Army staff, tried to justify the continuance of the Presidio Post. This study continued for several years but eventually was ineffective bowing to political and military pressure and interference. This Case Study complements the Presidio of San Francisco Closure Study that overlaps the same time period that planned and programmed a systematic process where both management theory and assumptions could be applied to justify improvements in management competence, organizational improvements, and cost effectiveness. This Case Study contains a chronological history of events at the Presidio of San Francisco, and reviews a crisis precipitated by the Department of Defense (DOD) action under a Congressional mandate for Post and Base closures. This caused an administrative dilemma while concurrently, trying to plan the realignment of the Headquarters, Sixth US Army staff; discontinuance of the Presidio Garrison; closing the Presidio of San Francisco as a US Army military Installation; and transferring the Presidio Post operations, repair, and maintenance activities to the US National Park Service.
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By Bobby Bill
A Presidio of San Francisco Closure Study began after the controversial Base Closure and Realignment Act of 1988 (BRAC 88) was enacted and placed the Presidio of San Francisco on the BRAC 88 Base Closure list. The required Presidio of San Francisco Closure Study, prepared by the Headquarters, Sixth US Army staff, tried to justify the continuance of the Presidio Post. This study continued for several years but eventually was ineffective bowing to political and military pressure and interference. This Case Study complements the Presidio of San Francisco Closure Study that overlaps the same time period that planned and programmed a systematic process where both management theory and assumptions could be applied to justify improvements in management competence, organizational improvements, and cost effectiveness. This Case Study contains a chronological history of events at the Presidio of San Francisco, and reviews a crisis precipitated by the Department of Defense (DOD) action under a Congressional mandate for Post and Base closures. This caused an administrative dilemma while concurrently, trying to plan the realignment of the Headquarters, Sixth US Army staff; discontinuance of the Presidio Garrison; closing the Presidio of San Francisco as a US Army military Installation; and transferring the Presidio Post operations, repair, and maintenance activities to the US National Park Service.
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By Eric Sanders
The Minds of Men, An American Intelligence Brief delves into the key points of history driving our economy, government expansion, war involvement, constitutional disharmony in lawmaking, the historical origins and intent of our several agencies of government (Federal Reserve, IRS, FBI, BATF, CIA) and their diabolical role in society. The Minds of Men reveals how foreign control over the creation and proliferation of money has dominated societies for centuries, especially in U.S. today.
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By David W. Holman
In 1860, slavery flourished in Texas. With the Civil War imminent, Easterners brought slaves to the West in droves. By the eve of the Civil War, almost one-third of the Texas population was slaves. The author seeks to portray the slave experience, as viewed through the eyes of the slaves. Caleb, a young slave on a cotton plantation in Brazoria County, Texas, experiences the trials and tribulations of slavery. Things change dramatically when his genial Master dies, only to leave his sadistic son, Sandy, in charge. Meanwhile, in 1861, the plantation owner’s other son, Win, volunteers to fight in the Confederate Army and enlists with Terry’s Texas Rangers. We follow him as he trains, drills and travels with the men to fight in the Battle of Shiloh. The novel tells the story of the lives of Caleb and Win during this turbulent period.
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By Virgilio I. Gonzales
Virgilio’s story had to be told. The time had come when Virgilio Gonzales just had to tell his story. It could wait no longer. The time had not softened the memories of his youth, when the Japanese occupied the Philippines, his native country, during World War II. The story, as all powerful stories, had to come out into woods that would last. And so the now 80-year-old Danbury resident sat down down to write. It took four years to complete and publish “Waiting for General MacArthur.” Virgilio can now hold the soft-cover book in his hands. I, for one, am glad he sat down fours years ago to finally tell his story. - Jacqueline Smith, manging editor of the News-Times, Danbury, Connecticut.
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By Jake Conrad

When the young Comanche halfbreed was recruited by the U.S. Army Rangers, little did Yellowsnake know where the fortunes of war would take him.

Once Colonel Lincoln spotted Yellowsnake and his survival instincts, their lives would be enjoined for many years to follow. Yellowsnake, under the guidance of his wise Colonel soon wreaked havoc upon the Viet Cong.

After his Viet Nam army tour, Yellowsnake suddenly found himself employed by the CIA, and once again thrust back into the jungle as an invisible operative for the Company.

From the early moments of his life, his spirit and soul were being closely watched over by Shahana, a mysterious Yaqui Medicine Woman.

She had prophesized the terror and danger which would become part of Yellowsnake's life, and before the tragic accident which Shahana had foreseen could claim Yellowsnake's life, the old woman would give her last breath to save him.

After his miraculous recovery, the healing warrior's path crosses that of Jake Montana, an adventure lover and treasure hunter who soon forms a lifelong bond with Yellowsnake.

Their adventurous treasure search takes them deep into the mountains of Arizona in pursuit of one of the fabled Peralta treasure caches.

Yellowsnake's perilous life had seen him working covertly for Daniel Ortega in Nicaragua and for the sinister Manuel Noriega under the close scrutiny of the CIA. However, he knew that with the help of Shahana's watchful spirit he would someday enjoy the company of those he trusted and be blessed with adventure on safer ground.

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By Christopher Joll

Uncivil Wars opens in 1857 and takes the reader through the horrors of the Indian Mutiny to China and the Second Opium War, during which Speedicut is captured and tortured in the notorious Board of Punishments. Back in England, he remarries and he and his new wife spend their honeymoon in the United States, where they get caught up in the American Civil War - along with Scarlett O'Hara, Ashley Wilkes and Rhett Butler, all of whose real characters he ruthlessly exposes ...


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By Virgilio I. Gonzales
Virgilio’s story had to be told. The time had come when Virgilio Gonzales just had to tell his story. It could wait no longer. The time had not softened the memories of his youth, when the Japanese occupied the Philippines, his native country, during World War II. The story, as all powerful stories, had to come out into woods that would last. And so the now 80-year-old Danbury resident sat down down to write. It took four years to complete and publish “Waiting for General MacArthur.” Virgilio can now hold the soft-cover book in his hands. I, for one, am glad he sat down fours years ago to finally tell his story. - Jacqueline Smith, manging editor of the News-Times, Danbury, Connecticut.
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By David W. Holman
In 1860, slavery flourished in Texas. With the Civil War imminent, Easterners brought slaves to the West in droves. By the eve of the Civil War, almost one-third of the Texas population was slaves. The author seeks to portray the slave experience, as viewed through the eyes of the slaves. Caleb, a young slave on a cotton plantation in Brazoria County, Texas, experiences the trials and tribulations of slavery. Things change dramatically when his genial Master dies, only to leave his sadistic son, Sandy, in charge. Meanwhile, in 1861, the plantation owner’s other son, Win, volunteers to fight in the Confederate Army and enlists with Terry’s Texas Rangers. We follow him as he trains, drills and travels with the men to fight in the Battle of Shiloh. The novel tells the story of the lives of Caleb and Win during this turbulent period.
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By David W. Holman
In 1860, slavery flourished in Texas. With the Civil War imminent, Easterners brought slaves to the West in droves. By the eve of the Civil War, almost one-third of the Texas population was slaves. The author seeks to portray the slave experience, as viewed through the eyes of the slaves. Caleb, a young slave on a cotton plantation in Brazoria County, Texas, experiences the trials and tribulations of slavery. Things change dramatically when his genial Master dies, only to leave his sadistic son, Sandy, in charge. Meanwhile, in 1861, the plantation owner’s other son, Win, volunteers to fight in the Confederate Army and enlists with Terry’s Texas Rangers. We follow him as he trains, drills and travels with the men to fight in the Battle of Shiloh. The novel tells the story of the lives of Caleb and Win during this turbulent period.
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By Christopher Joll

Uncivil Wars opens in 1857 and takes the reader through the horrors of the Indian Mutiny to China and the Second Opium War, during which Speedicut is captured and tortured in the notorious Board of Punishments. Back in England, he remarries and he and his new wife spend their honeymoon in the United States, where they get caught up in the American Civil War - along with Scarlett O'Hara, Ashley Wilkes and Rhett Butler, all of whose real characters he ruthlessly exposes ...


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By Christopher Joll

Uncivil Wars opens in 1857 and takes the reader through the horrors of the Indian Mutiny to China and the Second Opium War, during which Speedicut is captured and tortured in the notorious Board of Punishments. Back in England, he remarries and he and his new wife spend their honeymoon in the United States, where they get caught up in the American Civil War - along with Scarlett O'Hara, Ashley Wilkes and Rhett Butler, all of whose real characters he ruthlessly exposes ...


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By Richard Brewer
What do Comanche Indians, Robert E. Lee, the state of Texas and the battle of Gettysburg have in common? Filled with facts not usually presented this historical fiction story traces the journey of one Irish immigrant descendant Rebel soldier 2000 miles from the dangerousTexas frontier to Gettysburg and a present day discovery on the battlefield by a UCLA student which changes her previous assumptions about why the war was fought.
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