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Two If By Sea. You are in the Cold War as US Navy Commander Lee McKay takes on the KGB to uncover and defeat a plan to undermine United States national security.
Action at sea and on land novel will take a veteran right back to those days and educate those who served after the Cold War. The glossary alone is worth a read. Contains Cold War photos, ocean navigational charts, the operations order, and order of battle. Look for it on Amazon, Kindle, Barnes and Noble, Nook, Sony, and Apple. Please visit the book on Amazon to see the reviews by readers.
Cawnpore: Ganges Double Massacre, colorfully re-counts the most sinister slaughter of British soldiers, men, women and children in Victorian history. Vicious rebels in India during the Sepoy Mutiny of 1857 shoot, blast, and cut their way through the entrenchment, along the route of escape, and at the landing where boats full of refugees are set afire. Modern maps and photographs and prints from 1857 provide visual references. This is intended as a fast-read for cadets, military service members, educators, and those interested in improving their knowledge of military history. It is available in print edition as well as Kindle and other e-book formats and has received numerous positive reviews both online and offline since its publication.
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Photographs below are from 17 September 2010 for the commemoration jump celebrating Operation Market Garden. The author, Lieutenant Colonel Bill Northacker is shown below just before and after the British military parachute canopy team PathfinderUK made the exciting leap into the past for spectators. Zone X-Ray at Renkum (NL) had not been jumped since British 1st Airborne’s famous 2nd Battalion’s insertion commanded by Lieutenant Colonel (later General) John Frost (MC, DSO and bar, Companion of the Bath, Grand Officer of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta) on 17 Sep 1944. The new bridge over the Rhein River at Arnhem was named for him “John Frostbrug”. Photos of War-Author Lieutenant Colonel William H. Northacker, Special Forces, US Army (Retired) who was in the first stick, first chalk for the commemoration jump. Life Member of Pathfinder UK Parachute Group.
Please visit ‘Latest News” for the American gun controversy and incidents in Benghazi, and Obama. Also the “Hall of Heroes” page attached to “Latest News”. Remember this quote, “There is no such thing as an all-weather infantryman. Just an infantryman who is in all weather.” LTC William H. Northacker, USA, Retired.
The following photographs captured War-Author Bill Northacker who jumped Operation Market Garden 2010 on Drop Zone X-Ray at Renkum, Netherlands, part of the Arnhem Battlefield.