This war novel about American aviators focuses on events at an air station in the South in 1943.
Author: James Gould Cozzens
This war novel about American aviators focuses on events at an air station in the South in 1943. The main characters are high-ranking officers subject to all the human frailties -- love, anger, jealousy, ambition, fear, courage, stupidity and a measure of patriotism too.--Provided by publisher.
Whether your honor guard team is military, law enforcement, firefighter, emergency medical, forest service, veteran or fraternal organization, this manual is a must-have!
Author: John Marshall
The DrillMaster's fifth book and the only honor guard manual with extensive descriptions and photos of all honor guard movements for every honor guard ceremony: Pall Bearers, Firing Party, Color Team (Color Guard), 2- and 6-Man Flag Fold, Cordon procedures, Sword Manual, Rifle Manual, Flagstaff Manual and the only nationally published Manual of the Firefighter's Ceremonial Fire Axe and Ceremonial Pike Pole. Based on the standards used by the American Military Presidential Honor Guard Units, this manual even contains a sample training plan, lesson plans and a complete training record for documenting honor guard member ceremonial training. Whether your honor guard team is military, law enforcement, firefighter, emergency medical, forest service, veteran or fraternal organization, this manual is a must-have!
This is a wonderful love story and a historically accurate depiction of Washington, DC, and the Old Guard of Fort Myer, Virginia.
Author: Dottie McComas
Publisher: Inspiring Voices
They steadfastly guard the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, fire twenty-one gun salutes at funerals in Arlington National Cemetery, and proudly defend our nation's capital. They are young men of stature, strength, endurance, patriotism, courage, and honor. They are men of the Old Guard, chosen for their good character, straight, tall posture, and physical abilities. The Honor Guard of the US Army is made up of young men who serve our nation, as all soldiers serve America. Their duty is to guard with honor. Dan, a young honor guardsman from Pennsylvania, falls in love at first sight when the girl of his dreams amazingly appears before him. Their eyes meet, and he is hopelessly entranced. Wendy, a college sophomore from Tennessee, visits Washington, DC, with her ROTC sponsor corps drill team to compete in the National Cherry Blossom Festival Competition Drill Meet. She unexpectedly finds true love right outside her motel room door. See Washington, DC, through the eyes of nineteen-year-old Wendy. Follow the routine of twenty-one-year-old Dan of the Old Guard as he honors fallen soldiers of the Vietnam War era and performs his duty as a soldier in the US Army. This is a wonderful love story and a historically accurate depiction of Washington, DC, and the Old Guard of Fort Myer, Virginia. It is springtime of 1973 in DC. Love is blooming along with the cherry blossoms ... the perfect setting for romance and young love.
When you're the president's daughter and the closest thing the country has to a first lady, your life is never really your own.
Publisher: Bold Strokes Books Inc
When you're the president's daughter and the closest thing the country has to a first lady, your life is never really your own. When you're the woman charged to guard the first daughter, and you also happen to be her lover, every moment of every day is filled with challenges-and a mistake could cost you everything. Unbeknownst to either Blair Powell or Secret Service agent Cameron Roberts, they are at the center of a conspiracy that will rock the world when a net of violence and death draws down upon them and the nation. In a journey that begins on the streets of Paris's Left Bank and culminates in a wild flight for their lives, the president's daughter and those who are sworn to protect her wage a desperate struggle for survival.