Non-Fiction/Historical: This book allows the individual citizen to find astonishing information about a special government program used against the Viet Cong during the Vietnam War. The author was a military member of this program. You can follow with him and his fellow program combatants through a period of time during mainly the famous Tet Offensive of 1968. This program was classified until 1982, so now it can be given to the American people. This will be the closest you have ever been to real combat by our brave soldiers who continue to fight and die for America.
Fiction/Historical: In the early days of our young nation, young men looked upon mountain men with awe. They were considered men of a higher caliber in adventure, scouting, and daring escapades in life. Few people knew the harsh environment in which these men lived. Many strong, young men never made the grade into real status of this lifestyle. These men fought danger, harsh weather, crooked white men, and hostile Indians. Without these men our nation would have faced a very hard start toward the western movement of the population.
Fiction/Historical: The Battle was in full engagement! Personal senses gathered the heavy smoke, the smell of blood, the horrible noise of men shouting and guns roaring. Young men advanced forward by stepping on or over recent friends whose bodies were no longer needed.
A young man is taken from his parent's farm during the Civil War. He must fight with the Confederate Army in one of the worst wars the United States has ever fought.
Follow this innocent lad as he learns hard facts about living and dying. Look through his eyes at the torture that armies meet. History can never give you a picture of the battles, in this war, like you will see here.
Fiction/Historical: Follow the old west action of an Arizona Ranger. In the old west frontier, life was hard and people lived with harsh weather, outlaws, hard work and only a few men were around to help them. The Arizona Rangers were strong in the protection of early citizens in the Territory.
Fiction/Historical: The afternoon sun drove its merciless heat into the hard Texas ground. Jack and Scott watched as the three men squirmed in their saddles as if they were trying to decide what to do.
Texas Rangers did not gamble with idle threats. Two of the men started unhooking their gun belts, the third man rolled off his horse on the side away from the Rangers. Jack saw this and he was prepared.
His first shot slammed into the man's upper leg which made him howl with pain. As he dropped toward the ground, Scott drove a bullet into the man's chest. He fell dead on the ground. A second man now acted as if he wanted to join his friend, but Jack gave him his only warning.
Jack suffered the loss of his young wife and child and he had drifted toward Texas. He met and was encouraged by Scott to become a Texas Ranger. Jack loved his job! The Taxas Rangers had a great reputation for "getting their man" and being honest.
Fiction/Historical: In part 2, A Texas Ranger from the past moves into a small Northwest Colorado town and becomes Sheriff. He next reaches new heights as a US Marshal. This is his story and episodes of adventure.
Fiction/Historical: The noise of battle was deafening. George was lying prone to the rear of his foxhole. The enemy was driving hard to encroach on the American lines. This was a full advance for the North Koreans as they charged the opposite line.
George had no knowledge of what was happening on his side as he was needed to fight his own battle right now. Suddenly it felt as if a huge bee had stung him on his left leg. He felt his leg and it was warmly wet. He looked at his hand and saw it was red.
George had joined the Army as soon as possible and elected to become an infantry soldier. He was enjoying his chosen field and managed to be with a local girl whose dad was a retired Infantry sergeant. He married the girl and knew she would be waiting if he was sent to the new action in Korea.
Follow George as he gets past Korea and elects to remain in the Army. He is next assigned to Vietnam before his retirement can be reached.