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By Hongyu Wang
Microfinance has, over the past decades, been proved as an effective and irreversible technique for tackling poverty. Banker to the Poor Muhammad Yunus’s story in Bangladesh has long become a worldwide household tale. Yet this book brings you into a successful Grameen replication story in one of the most troublesome regions in the post-Cold War Balkans and details how microlending, often a few hundred euros at a time, can be a lifeline for tens of thousands of village women in the post-war Kosovo. Olympic volunteer and CGI U commitment-maker Hongyu Wang’s two months ground survey, observation, and interview in Bangladesh, in Dhaka and in villages, with Yunus himself or with this replication’s pioneers who stationed in Kosovo from NATO bombing days up until now, is a vivid account on how microcredit humanitarian manoeuvre, in war and in peace, can be just as successful in any culture and socioeconomic-political circumstance. The author can be contacted at hwbook@yahoo.com
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By Hongyu Wang
Microfinance has, over the past decades, been proved as an effective and irreversible technique for tackling poverty. Banker to the Poor Muhammad Yunus’s story in Bangladesh has long become a worldwide household tale. Yet this book brings you into a successful Grameen replication story in one of the most troublesome regions in the post-Cold War Balkans and details how microlending, often a few hundred euros at a time, can be a lifeline for tens of thousands of village women in the post-war Kosovo. Olympic volunteer and CGI U commitment-maker Hongyu Wang’s two months ground survey, observation, and interview in Bangladesh, in Dhaka and in villages, with Yunus himself or with this replication’s pioneers who stationed in Kosovo from NATO bombing days up until now, is a vivid account on how microcredit humanitarian manoeuvre, in war and in peace, can be just as successful in any culture and socioeconomic-political circumstance. The author can be contacted at hwbook@yahoo.com
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By Kenneth D. Dunn
“Camp Lejeune Command” describes Lieutenant Colonel Kenneth Dunn’s life as an Artillery Battalion Commander at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina during the early 1990’s. The book starts the summer before the family moves to Jacksonville, NC while still stationed at Fort Monmouth, NJ. Dunn describes his daily activities and the feelings associated with those activities, while commanding 5th Battalion, 10th Marines, 2d Marine Division. This is a great read about command, family and of course, the United States Marine Corps.
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By LTC James H. Henderson, USA (Ret.)
This book is designed to provide the reader with a “back to the basics” look at tactical logistics, focusing on a more formal and detailed understanding of proper field and staff procedures, processes, relationships, and development that encompass the before, during, and after combat operations. So sit back and enjoy for I’ve done all the long and exhausting research for you and placed all the pertinent information in one book rather than multiple documents. The book is written with a series of lessons formatted in a fashion that offers the reader a doctrinal concept in developing a tactical standing operating procedure (TACSOP) and its components, but with a logistical flavor providing detailed instructions to standardize a complicated routine and recurring field and staff procedures that can enhance the overall logistical functions and capability of every mission.
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By Michael W Dymond
The book is about the life of two young people, Donald and Phyllis, which took root and survived through hundreds of love letters. Married in 1940, they spent four months together. For the remainder of their life, forty months, Donald spent training and guarding in Canada, preparing for the front in England and then in Europe till his death on April 30, 1945. Phyllis waited for his return while raising two children. This book contains, verbatim, many of the letters that became their life. Letters bursting with fears, hopes, and plans for how things may have been.
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By Antonella Colonna Vilasi
The “Stasi” meant to East Germany, and historically means to the entire world, four decades of repression and prosecution carried out in the name of justice, which only ended in 1989. The word relates to the special secret police agency that was founded on February 8, 1950, by its first executive, Wilhelm Zaisser, and took the complete name of “Ministerium f r StaatSichereit” or MfS (Ministry for State Security), which Stasi is the abbreviated form resulting from its phonetic contraction. It was formally dependent on the government, but actually referred to the intelligence of the SED Central Committee. The very purpose of the Stasi was to endorse and impose the power of the SED by catching and destroying any dissident man or woman who tried to escape, plot, and work against the party or, simply, was differently thinking. Every little suspect could turn to the evidence of a crime against the government, either being real or nonexisting; any single attempt of rebellion should be prevented not to turn to real uprising. The way to make it possible was the careful monitoring of the population with the utmost secrecy to the purpose of collecting as much information as possible about individuals.
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By Michael W Dymond
The book is about the life of two young people, Donald and Phyllis, which took root and survived through hundreds of love letters. Married in 1940, they spent four months together. For the remainder of their life, forty months, Donald spent training and guarding in Canada, preparing for the front in England and then in Europe till his death on April 30, 1945. Phyllis waited for his return while raising two children. This book contains, verbatim, many of the letters that became their life. Letters bursting with fears, hopes, and plans for how things may have been.
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By LTC James H. Henderson, USA (Ret.)
This book is designed to provide the reader with a “back to the basics” look at tactical logistics, focusing on a more formal and detailed understanding of proper field and staff procedures, processes, relationships, and development that encompass the before, during, and after combat operations. So sit back and enjoy for I’ve done all the long and exhausting research for you and placed all the pertinent information in one book rather than multiple documents. The book is written with a series of lessons formatted in a fashion that offers the reader a doctrinal concept in developing a tactical standing operating procedure (TACSOP) and its components, but with a logistical flavor providing detailed instructions to standardize a complicated routine and recurring field and staff procedures that can enhance the overall logistical functions and capability of every mission.
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By LTC James H. Henderson, USA (Ret.)
This book is designed to provide the reader with a “back to the basics” look at tactical logistics, focusing on a more formal and detailed understanding of proper field and staff procedures, processes, relationships, and development that encompass the before, during, and after combat operations. So sit back and enjoy for I’ve done all the long and exhausting research for you and placed all the pertinent information in one book rather than multiple documents. The book is written with a series of lessons formatted in a fashion that offers the reader a doctrinal concept in developing a tactical standing operating procedure (TACSOP) and its components, but with a logistical flavor providing detailed instructions to standardize a complicated routine and recurring field and staff procedures that can enhance the overall logistical functions and capability of every mission.
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By Antonella Colonna Vilasi
The “Stasi” meant to East Germany, and historically means to the entire world, four decades of repression and prosecution carried out in the name of justice, which only ended in 1989. The word relates to the special secret police agency that was founded on February 8, 1950, by its first executive, Wilhelm Zaisser, and took the complete name of “Ministerium f r StaatSichereit” or MfS (Ministry for State Security), which Stasi is the abbreviated form resulting from its phonetic contraction. It was formally dependent on the government, but actually referred to the intelligence of the SED Central Committee. The very purpose of the Stasi was to endorse and impose the power of the SED by catching and destroying any dissident man or woman who tried to escape, plot, and work against the party or, simply, was differently thinking. Every little suspect could turn to the evidence of a crime against the government, either being real or nonexisting; any single attempt of rebellion should be prevented not to turn to real uprising. The way to make it possible was the careful monitoring of the population with the utmost secrecy to the purpose of collecting as much information as possible about individuals.
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By Antonella Colonna Vilasi
The “Stasi” meant to East Germany, and historically means to the entire world, four decades of repression and prosecution carried out in the name of justice, which only ended in 1989. The word relates to the special secret police agency that was founded on February 8, 1950, by its first executive, Wilhelm Zaisser, and took the complete name of “Ministerium f r StaatSichereit” or MfS (Ministry for State Security), which Stasi is the abbreviated form resulting from its phonetic contraction. It was formally dependent on the government, but actually referred to the intelligence of the SED Central Committee. The very purpose of the Stasi was to endorse and impose the power of the SED by catching and destroying any dissident man or woman who tried to escape, plot, and work against the party or, simply, was differently thinking. Every little suspect could turn to the evidence of a crime against the government, either being real or nonexisting; any single attempt of rebellion should be prevented not to turn to real uprising. The way to make it possible was the careful monitoring of the population with the utmost secrecy to the purpose of collecting as much information as possible about individuals.
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By Theresa Mosier Larson

In May of 1951, at the age of thirty-two, Art “Moe” Mosier was deployed to Taipei, Formosa, for an eighteen-month tour during the Korean War with the Army. Married just twenty months, he left his wife, Jean, and his eleven-month-old daughter behind in Wisconsin until his return in September of 952.

In All My Love, author Theresa Mosier Larson, the youngest of Moe and Jean’s children, shares a collection of letters her father wrote home while stationed in what is now known as Taiwan. In his correspondence, Moe expresses thoughts and feelings about his job in a foreign country and the loneliness of being separated from his family during a time of war.

Written in a time before computers and the internet, Moe’s letters show insight into one man’s integrity as he seeks to stay in touch with his family across the world.


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By Kenneth D. Dunn
“Camp Lejeune Command” describes Lieutenant Colonel Kenneth Dunn’s life as an Artillery Battalion Commander at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina during the early 1990’s. The book starts the summer before the family moves to Jacksonville, NC while still stationed at Fort Monmouth, NJ. Dunn describes his daily activities and the feelings associated with those activities, while commanding 5th Battalion, 10th Marines, 2d Marine Division. This is a great read about command, family and of course, the United States Marine Corps.
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By Theresa Mosier Larson

In May of 1951, at the age of thirty-two, Art “Moe” Mosier was deployed to Taipei, Formosa, for an eighteen-month tour during the Korean War with the Army. Married just twenty months, he left his wife, Jean, and his eleven-month-old daughter behind in Wisconsin until his return in September of 952.

In All My Love, author Theresa Mosier Larson, the youngest of Moe and Jean’s children, shares a collection of letters her father wrote home while stationed in what is now known as Taiwan. In his correspondence, Moe expresses thoughts and feelings about his job in a foreign country and the loneliness of being separated from his family during a time of war.

Written in a time before computers and the internet, Moe’s letters show insight into one man’s integrity as he seeks to stay in touch with his family across the world.


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By Robert R. Ulin
More than one million service-members will leave the military and transition into civilian life over the next several years, according to a recent Government Accountability Office report. Robert R. Ulin, who retired from the Army as a colonel, knows that it’s hard to make a smooth transition to employment as a civilian. Geared for veterans age forty-five to fifty-five, he wrote this guidebook to help you: • prepare for the job search; • sell your skills at interviews; • adjust to a culture where leadership is persuasive instead of directive; • leverage your talents to climb the corporate ladder. You’ll also get a variety of tools in the appendixes, including a transition self-assessment, a transition task list, a job-hunting process for the military mind, and a transition checklist. As a veteran, you know you can see tasks through to completion and exhibit strong leadership skills and professionalism, but it’s not always easy to translate these skills into a civilian world. Take the first step in becoming your own commander, and get an action plan to successfully navigate Transitions.
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