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War Stories of D-Day: Operation Overlord: June 6, 1944

by Michael Green & James D. Brown

D-Day, June 6, 1944:  it was the biggest amphibious operation in history.  German Field Marshal Rommel, declared, "the enemy must be annihilated before he reaches our main battlefield," the Allied Forces undertook...

Loud and Clear: The Memoir of an Israeli Fighter Pilot

by Iftach Spector

A recently retired Israeli Air Force general and its second-highest-scoring fighter ace, Iftach Spector is one of Israel’s living legends. He was the leader of the flight that attacked the USS Liberty in 1967....

The Enemy I Knew: German Jews in the Allied Military in World War II

by Steven Karras & Michael Berenbaum

Even Elie Wiesel, the Nobel Prize winning survivor of Auschwitz and Buchenwald, struggles with the question:  Why didn't the Jews fight back?  And finally, in view of the circumstances--even now, who would...

War Stories of the Infantry: Americans in Combat, 1918 to Today

by Michael Green & James D. Brown

"I love the infantry," famed war correspondent Ernie Pyle said, "because they are the underdogs. They are the mud-rain-frost-and-wind boys. They have no comforts, and they even learn to live without the necessities....

Last Man Standing

by Dick Camp

One of the bloodiest battles in Marine Corps history, Operation Stalemate, as Peleliu was called, was overshadowed by the Normandy landings. It was also, in time, judged by most historians to have been unnecessary;...


by Dominique Francois

Told in full, in never-before-seen detail, this is the first complete illustrated history of Operation Overlord, the Allied invasion of France. The book's on-the-ground and behind-the-scenes accounts of both...

Bristol's Bastards: In Iraq with the 2nd Battalion, 136th Infantry of Minnesota's National Guard

by Nick Maurstad & Darwin Holmstrom

Minnesota's toughest farm boys take on Iraqi insurgents

in one of the most irreverent and outrageous memoirs to come out of the war


Bravo Company, 2nd Battalion, 136th Infantry Regiment of the Minnesota...

Leave No Man Behind

by George Galdorisi & Thomas Phillips

Beginning with the birth of combat aircraft in World War I and the early attempts to rescue warriors trapped behind enemy lines, Leave No Man Behind chronicles in depth nearly one hundred years of combat search...

Special Forces at War: An Illustrated History, Southeast Asia 1957-1975

by Shelby L. Stanton & Michael D. F. Healy

More than 8.7 million Americans reported for military duty in Southeast Asia, but only a select few wore the Green Beret, the distinctive symbol of the U.S. Army Special Forces. Operating out of small outposts...

To Be a Crime Scene Investigator

by Henry M. Holden

If the devil’s in the details, then the crime scene investigator’s got him: conducting searches, collecting evidence, photographing, scrutinizing, analyzing—pursuing the culprit right down to the last scrap...

Patton's Third Army in World War II

by Michael Green & James D. Brown

Patton was champing at the bit to lead the D-Day invasion, but Eisenhower placed him in command of a decoy unit, the First U.S. Army Group. Nearly seven weeks after D-Day, Patton finally got his chance to take...

The Ghosts of Hero Street: How One Small Mexican-American Community Gave So Much in World War II and Korea

by Carlos Harrison

They came from one street in Silvis, Illinois, but death found them in many places . . .

. . .in a distant jungle, a frozen forest, and trapped in the flaming wreckage of a bomber blown from the sky. One died...

To Be an FBI Special Agent

by Henry Holden

FBI Special Agents are specially trained personnel, chosen from an extensive pool of applicants because they possess specific areas of expertise, including counterterrorism, counterintelligence, and cybercrime....

Search and Destroy

by Keith W. Nolan

The 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment, of the 1st Armored Division, deployed to Vietnam from Fort Hood, Texas, in August 1967. Search and Destroy covers the 1/1’s harrowing first year and a half of combat...

Flying the Sr-71 Blackbird: In the Cockpit on a Secret Operational Mission

by Richard H. Graham & Jay K. Miller

For anyone who has ever wondered what its like to fly the SR-71 on a secret Mach 3 reconnaissance mission, this book has the answer. Flying the SR-71 Blackbird takes readers along on an operational mission that...

A Bloody Business

by Gerry Schumacher

As the U.S. Army shrinks, a private army steps into the breach. A Bloody Business offers an unprecedented look behind the scenes and into the ranks of this mercenary force (numbering as many as 15,000 today)...

To Be A U.S. Naval Aviator

by Jay A. Stout

For anyone with the will to become a U.S. naval aviator, the future begins now. Marine fighter pilot and combat veteran Jay Stout shows us just what it takes to be a U.S. naval aviator in the twenty-first century,...

War Stories of the Battle of the Bulge

by Michael Green & James D. Brown

The powerful German counteroffensive operation codenamed "Wacht am Rhein" (Watch on the Rhine) launched against the American First Army in the early morning hours of December 16, 1944, would result in the greatest...

Tiger Tanks at War

by Michael Green & James D. Brown

The first prototype for the Tiger tank was set to be ready for Hitlers birthday on April 20, 1942. The Henschel Company, competing with Porsche, produced the superior model, and by August of that year the formidable...

Strange Glory: A Life of Dietrich Bonhoeffer

by Charles Marsh

In the decades since his execution by the Nazis in 1945, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, the German pastor, theologian, and anti-Hitler conspirator, has become one of the most widely read and inspiring Christian thinkers...