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                    Patriot Media,

        Incorporated

                Publishing America's Patriots 

Welcome to Patriot Media, Inc.- specializing in the publication of unit histories, war veteran autobiographies, short story anthologies and novels with a patriotic military theme.

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Shadow Wolves
by Nelson Ottenhausen

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6" x 9" (15.24 x 22.86 cm)
Black & White on White paper
206 pages
Patriot Media Incorporated
ISBN-13: 978-0990572480
ISBN-10: 099057248X
BISAC: Fiction / Mystery & Detective / International Mystery & Crime

   In 1972, the United States Congress authorized Custom Services to establish a fifteen-man, American-Indian law enforcement unit to patrol the Tohono O’odham Indian Nation in southern Arizona. Their primary mission is to track drug smugglers and illegal immigrants who cross the border of Mexico into the American-Indian Tohono O’odham Nation located in the Sonoran Desert of southern Arizona, an area infested with dangerous rattlesnakes, venomous lizards and sometimes with deadly radical terrorists. 

 

    The unit is called Shadow Wolves, earning the name by the way they conduct a field operation. If a Shadow Wolf customs agent or a U.S. Border Patrol officer finds any evidence of drug smuggling and illegal migrations within the Indian Nation’s boundaries, a team, or in some cases, the entire fifteen-man unit is deployed to track and hunt down the lawbreakers. The Tohono O’odham Shadow Wolves organization is the only authorized American-Indian tracker-unit presently in the U.S. law enforcement inventory. Their motto is: In brightest day, in darkest night, no evil shall escape my sight … for I am a Shadow Wolf.

 

    While on assignment in the desert, Special Agent Tino Ortega, lead agent of the Shadow Wolves, and two members of his team find three bodies killed execution style. Two of the bodies are U.S. Border Patrol agents. The third body is one of their own, a Shadow Wolf tracker. The FBI asks Ortega to assist in finding those who murdered the three men. He agrees, but the Shadow Wolves soon learn there is more to the case than a simple murder investigation.

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Grampa Joe

Portrait of a Quiet Hero


 As told to

Troy D. Montes

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5.5" x 8.5" (13.97 x 21.59 cm)
Black & White on White paper
118 pages
Patriot Media Incorporated
ISBN-13: 978-0990572473
ISBN-10: 0990572471
BISAC: Biography & Autobiography / Military


 
 
 
Hair-raising, boots on the ground stories of armed combat as told by World War II veteran Joseph Manly Davis, assigned to the U.S. Army 4th Cavalry Group, Mechanized, prior to and during the European conflict of the 1940s. 

 

After the invasion of France at Normandy in Operation Overlord, Joe fought close-in combat almost daily in the hedgerows of France and on the fields of Germany in Hürtgen Forest during the Battle of the Bulge.

 

In 1944, Joe received a serious leg wound and was ordered home.  Joseph M. Davis was awarded two Purple Heart Medals for injuries received during the war.

 

At the request of his family, Joe composed a written record of his participation.  This is Grampa Joe’s story.

 
Welcome  Lovers of
Submarine stories,
Undersea Action & Adventure!

 Submarine Classics: A six book series of submarine adventures by D.M. Ulmer.  Order all six together and save 15%!

     

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 The Sequel to
Silent Battleground
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6" x 9" (15.24 x 22.86 cm)
Black & White on White paper
274 pages
Patriot Media, Incorporated
ISBN-13: 978-0990572466
ISBN-10: 0990572463
BISAC: Fiction / Thrillers / Military
 
Undersea action continues in Beyond Silent Battleground.
Two years after a Soviet initiated nuclear attack on the United States, the war becomes one of attrition and must be resolved beneath the waves.

As people on both sides grow tired of the war, they express their dissatisfaction, setting the scene to remove both regimes, one by military coup, the other by political means.

United States Navy LCDR Brent Maddock, Commanding Officer USS Steelhead, becomes a leading force to foil the Soviets’ plan to bring down the American government. He must help his sworn enemy in order to gain details of their secret plans. Crucial for allied success, intelligence gathering and destroying Soviet undersea warfare assets, Maddock must take Steelhead into the North Atlantic beneath the Arctic ice pack.

Beyond Silent Battleground is the sequel to Silent Battleground, and is the 6th novel in D.M. Ulmer's Submarine Classics Series.

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Fish out of  water

 

By Paul Sherbo

A Sailor in a Desert War  

 

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List Price: $12.95
5.5" x 8.5" (13.97 x 21.59 cm)
Black & White on White paper
162 pages
Patriot Media Incorporated
ISBN-13: 978-0990572442
ISBN-10: 0990572447
BISAC: Biography & Autobiography / Military
 
In March of 2003, a coalition of countries headed by the United States invaded Iraq.  Two months later, President Bush declared the end of major combat operations.  It was almost a year later that the Navy recalled Paul Sherbo to active duty.  At that time, one of Paul’s fellow Reservists was sure the war was winding down and Paul would be home in just six months.  It wasn’t winding down.  He was not home in six months. 

 

Admitting he was "not one of the 19-year-old American warriors kicking in doors in Fallujah," Paul says, it was nonetheless an expedition into unfamiliar territory.  "I began this journey as a married father of three in my early 50s with a good job, a transplanted Iowa boy living and working in the Denver area.   I was a captain in the Navy Reserve with a decent amount of sea-time on active duty behind me.  None of this prepared me for a ground war insurgency in a desert."

Unsinkable Sailors Hardcover Edition
Paul Sherbo Books
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Unsinkable Sailors
Unsinkable Sailors by Paul Sherbo

Be sure to visit Paul Sherbo's website: www.paulsherbo.com

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Pearl Harbor Honor Flight:
One Last Goodbye

Pearl Harbor Honor Flight

 Available in Softcover! $19.95

List Price: $19.95
8.5" x 8.5" (21.59 x 21.59 cm)
Full Color on White paper
90 pages
Patriot Media, Incorporated
ISBN-13: 978-0990572428
ISBN-10: 0990572420
BISAC: History / Military / World War II

 Pearl Harbor Honor Flight: One Last Goodbye, is now available as a beautiful color softcover book. Filled with pictures, this premium color edition was created to honor military veterans of the Greatest Generation for their courage and personal sacrifice during the attack on United States military forces at Pearl Harbor, HI, on 7 December 1941.

Master photographers Billie and Robert Nicholson have assembled a photographic journey of six Honor Flight veterans from Pensacola, Florida during the week long 70th year commemoration of the attack, the last and final organized annual reunion of Pearl Harbor survivors. 

One veteran spoke of his desire to return to Pearl Harbor, “… to say one last goodbye to my friends and comrades who died that day and throughout the war.”

Pearl Harbor Honor Flight:  One Last Goodbye, is also offered as a beautiful casebound hardcover book.

Pearl Harbor Honor Flight

List Price: $39.95 USD 
8.5" x 8.5" Case Binding Hardcover
Premimum Color
90 pages
Patriot Media Incorporated
ISBN-13: 978-09888930-0-3
BISAC: Non Fiction / WWII Veterans/ Historical

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Lincoln's Treasure

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Lincoln's Treasure  Authored by Chris Schultz  
List Price: $18.95
6" x 9" (15.24 x 22.86 cm)
Black & White on White paper
238 pages
Patriot Media Incorporated
ISBN-13: 978-0-9905724-3-5
BISAC: Fiction / Action & Adventure

In 1864, during the American War Between the States, a special train leaves Atlanta, Georgia with wounded Union soldiers and heads north. It also carries a secret cargo for the President of the United States. While en route, Confederate soldiers attack the train near Morristown, Tennessee and hijack the precious cargo which disappears for nearly one- hundred and fifty years.

Paul and Tina Mouchette find an unusual artifact and a personal diary written by Paul’s great-great-grandfather who fought for the Confederate Army during the Civil War. After doing in-depth research, they believe a large amount of gold is hidden in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in eastern Tennessee.

Before Paul and Tina can realize their goal of finding the gold, career criminals and an unscrupulous politician attempt to deprive the couple of their just rewards. However, not all is what it seems and the mystery of Lincoln’s Treasure continues to deepen.


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A Cowboy
Goes to War

Ralph McDougal

 
 
 
List Price: $18.95
6" x 9" (15.24 x 22.86 cm)
Black & White on White paper
212 pages
Patriot Media Incorporated
ISBN-13: 978-0990572411
ISBN-10: 0990572412
BISAC: Biography & Autobiography / Military


A Cowboy Goes to War is a fascinating accounting of history spanning into three centuries as told from an often humorous perspective by 89-year-old Ralph McDougal. 
 
Raised on a rural ranch in Southwestern New Mexico during the 1930s, Ralph shares tales of family outlaws, Pancho Villa, growing up as a cowboy, riding trails and building dams as a teenager, and later of going off to war. 
 
Upon entering into World War II by enlisting in the U.S. Army Air Corps, McDougal was trained as a bombardier/navigator for the B-26 bomber, flying missions over Germany. Among the World War II planes Ralph flew are the B-26 Martin Marauder—the first B-26 Trainer which he flew in until they were removed from combat. 
 
After the war, Ralph served in the United States Air Force as a senior ranking Non Commissioned Officer working in aerial photography. Duties included mapping the entire Empire of Japan.

Shared Glory by D.M. Ulmer

 

Shared Glory

Authored by D. M. Ulmer

List Price: $18.95

6" x 9" (15.24 x 22.86 cm)
Black & White on White paper
180 pages

Patriot Media Incorporated
ISBN-13:
978-0990572404
ISBN-10:
0990572404
BISAC: Fiction / War & Military

 

Shared Glory captures the high drama of combat operations, the complexity of war machines and indelible changes to the lives of the men who fought World War II. Young women were left to sort out developing relationships as virtually all the males were either in service or on their way to donning a uniform.  
 
After the attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, by the Japanese, U.S. Navy submariners wasted no time in striking back at Japan. This immediate retaliation both escalated sagging morale at home and punctured the Japanese bubble of perceived invincibility. 
 
United States Navy Lieutenant Linton Adams, and U.S. Army Air Corps Sergeant Jerry Wagner, have an issue to be ultimately resolved in the World War II torn southwest Pacific Ocean. In the interim, both travel harrowing paths, Adams through submarine warfare against Japanese war and merchant ships and Wagner in the bloody skies over Europe and Japan. 
 
Author D.M. Ulmer makes use of a rich and varied background to bring his superb novels to life.  “Using true incidents,” Ulmer says, “spices the tale and brings a certain credibility not found in contrived scenarios. Though I must remember to change names and protect the guilty.” 
 
The book, fraught with World War II action scenes, required considerable research into submarine warfare in the southwest Pacific and aerial combat against Nazi Germany and the Empire of Japan.

 

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Mules to Missiles

Ralph McDougal USAF (Ret.)

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5.5" x 8.5" (13.97 x 21.59 cm)
Black & White on White paper
122 pages
Patriot Media, Incorporated
ISBN-13: 978-0988893092
ISBN-10: 0988893096
BISAC: Biography & Autobiography / Military
 

Major McDougal, USAFR (Ret) describes his experiences during his military career years, entering   military service at the height of World War II on June 21, 1943 at age 18. He first enlisted in the United States Army Air Corps after growing up on a cattle ranch in southwestern part of the United States.    Trained as an engineer/navigator for the B-26 bomber, he flew bombing missions over Germany.  After the war, Ralph served in the United States Air Force as a senior ranking  Non  Commissioned Officer working in aerial photography.
 
After his retirement at the rank of Major in the United States Air Force Reserve, he worked as a contractor at the White Sands Missile Range in Las Cruces, New Mexico.
 
Mules to Missiles is a condensed version of  A Cowboy Goes to War, eighty-nine-year-old Ralph McDougal’s complete autobiography, also published by Patriot Media Incorporated. 

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Little Hawk & Lobo

Nelson O. Ottenhausen

 

 

 
 
 
 
List Price: $16.95 
6" x 9" (15.24 x 22.86 cm)
Black & White on White paper
170 pages
Patriot Media, Incorporated
ISBN-13: 978-0988893085
ISBN-10: 0988893088
BISAC: Fiction / Historical
Chronicles of a Young American Indian 
 
Little Hawk is the adopted grandson of Black Hawk, the legendary war leader of the Sauk, Fox and Kickapoo tribes during the Black Hawk War in 1832. The young teenager sets out to find his mother’s kin who are living within the Ute Indian Nation in the Land of the Sun among the Front Range Mountains of Colorado.  
 
Along the way, Little Hawk is befriended by an injured wolf he names Lobo. 
 
Nearing the end of his journey, and within sight of his mother’s homeland, Little Hawk is captured by Oglala Lakota braves and taken to their village in Sioux Territory north of the Platte River. There, he must become one of them and take up the ways of the Plains People or run the risk of being killed as an outsider.

The Donkey

by Paul Stuligross

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The Donkey by Paul Stuligross
The Donkey by Paul Stuligross
$17.95 Retail Price

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6" x 9" (15.24 x 22.86 cm)
Black & White on White paper
176 pages Patriot Media Incorporated
ISBN-13: 978-0988893078
ISBN-10: 098889307X
BISAC: Fiction / Christian / Historical

When young Claire’s family brought home a donkey from a rural Michigan county fair in 1920, several miraculous events caused them to believe the donkey was a gift from God.  
  
Dan Mertze, a 48-year-old newspaper reporter, vainly tries to overcome a despairing world view  that has gradually permeated his writing.  He reluctantly accepts an assignment to interview 99-year-old Claire Henning, relating her childhood religious experiences involving a donkey.  After several interviews with Claire, subtle changes occur in Dan’s life as he learns not all troubles are bad and some are blessings.

About the author:

Paul Stuligross's career includes twenty-four years as a police officer, with several as a detective. He received an Officer of the Year award for developing and implementing a comprehensive chaplain's program for his police department.

He currently writes for the Michigan Catholic Newspaper and is a member of the Police Officer Writers Association, American Christian Writers Association, American Society of Authors & Writers and the Catholic Writers Guild.

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  Carquinez Straits
By Roger Chaney








Carquinez Straits
Authored by Roger Chaney
List Price: $17.95
6" x 9" (15.24 x 22.86 cm)
Black & White on White paper
172 pages
Patriot Media, Incorporated
ISBN-13: 978-0988893061
ISBN-10: 0988893061
BISAC: Fiction / Suspense

Lieutenant Commander Noel Brandt’s Navy career is winding down. Brandt plans to retire and leave it all behind. He has enjoyed the travel and made friends all over the world, but he’s paid a high price for his wandering and looks forward to a simpler life. 

Noel reports to his last sea command on an aging ammunition ship, USS Mount St. Helens, commanded by a tyrant, Captain Robert (Mongo) Sutton. He is determined to weather the storm and finds comfort in a relationship with a beautiful woman  fifteen years his junior.
 

As things begin to go well, LCDR Brandt comes under the scrutiny of the police when his former commanding officer ends up  missing and Noel becomes a suspect in not one, but possibly two murders.


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Skagerrak by D.M. Ulmer

SKAGERRAK
By D.M. Ulmer

List Price: $18.95
6" x 9" (15.24 x 22.86 cm)
Black & White on White paper
272 pages
Patriot Media Incorporated
ISBN-13: 978-0988893054
ISBN-10: 0988893053
BISAC: Fiction / War & Military

A highly prized intelligence
find rests on the bottom of Skagerrak Strait: a Soviet Golf II class submarine equipped with three nuclear-tipped ballistic missiles. All that is needed is to find this needle in the haystack, lift a thirty-five hundred ton vessel from the ocean bottom unnoticed and secure it in a surface ship designed by the CIA for this purpose.  

A near impossible task, nonetheless a band of U.S. submariners agree to take it on.
 

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The Amos Mead Adventure Series Continues with:

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DIE LISTE:
Revenge on the Black Sun
By Tom Gauthier

Retail price $17.95 + S&H ($4.00) USD

6" x 9" (15.24 x 22.86 cm)
Black & White on White paper
192 pages
Patriot Media Incorporated
ISBN-13: 978-0988893047
ISBN-10: 0988893045
BISAC: Fiction / Espionage

DIE LISTE: Revenge on the Black Sun is an action/adventure novel.

Amos Mead, WWII OSS agent, is building a life after the war when an old comrade-in-arms shows up and pulls him into a secret project of the CIA. Mead finds himself once again in a dangerous game of international intrigue.
 

During the war he sought enemy agents. Now he faces a serial assassin of Nazi war criminals brought to the United States by the government in an experiment gone wrong. Mead begins an international chase, with friends who may be foes, while back home his psychologist wife, Brigit,  provides insights about clues, and her growing suspicions.

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PATRIOT MEDIA WESTERNS
FUN TO READ westerns by Author B.K. Bryans.  Beginning with Arizona Grit (formerly Sands) and continuing through to the sequel Brannigan Rides Again, both titles are set in the mid 1950s in Tucson, Arizona, starring cowboy Dan Brannigan.  These two entertaining companion titles will be enjoyed for years to come. 

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Arizona Grit
B.K. Bryans
List Price: $17.95
6" x 9" (15.24 x 22.86 cm)
Black & White on White paper
202 pages
Patriot Media Inc.
ISBN-13: 978-0988893016
ISBN-10: 0988893010

BISAC: Fiction / Westerns

It’s 1957, and actresses are disappearing from the Old Tucson western movie set in Arizona. When the latest missing starlet turns up dead in a desert dry wash, it’s more bad news for ex-cop Dan Brannigan. 
 
Dan’s new job is bodyguard to the latest actress flown in from Hollywood. That gets off to a rocky start and goes downhill from there. When she also disappears, Dan saddles up and goes on a hunt that takes him into the desert, into the air, and into Mexico. When he returns, it’s to exact vengeance.

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BRANNIGAN
RIDES AGAIN
B.K. BRYANS
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6" x 9" (15.24 x 22.86 cm)
Black & White on White paper
216 pages
Patriot Media Inc.
ISBN-13: 978-0988893023
ISBN-10: 0988893029
BISAC: Fiction / Westerns


Brannigan Rides Again is the sequel to Arizona Grit. Once again, ex-lawman Dan Brannigan, a man at home on a horse as well as in a gun fight, saddles up and rides into danger. This time a valuable movie horse has been stolen from the Old Tucson movie town and a cowboy lies dead.  

Brannigan is hired to track down the thieves and bring back the horse. The ride takes him into Arizona’s Mogollon Rim country and then into northern Mexico.

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Up an' Atom by Hal Olsen
Up an' Atom by Hal Olsen - WW II The Golden Age of Nose Art
Black and White Edition $12.95 Retail plus S&H ($4.00) USD


WWII: The Golden Age of Nose Art
Up an’ Atom
by Hal Olsen

List Price: $21.95
5.5" x 8.5" (13.97 x 21.59 cm)
Full Color on White paper
82 pages
Patriot Media Inc.
ISBN-13: 978-0988893009
BISAC: Biography & Autobiography / Military

 
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Artist Hal Olsen, the last living World War II Nose Art visual artist, known and honored internationally for his artwork, describes in his autobiography, Up An’ Atom, a critical time in his life as a young man growing up in New Jersey and serving in the United States Navy during World War II.  He tells about how he began painting his way into history over 70 years ago using bare buns and bust lines to lift the spirits and morale of American aviators.  An enemy bombing, blowing up a fellow artist’s paint supply, and having $50.00 worth of his own oil paints, launched Hal into his Nose Art painting career while on a Mariana island in the Pacific, serving as a 3rd Class Aviation Machinist Mate in the U.S. Navy. 

Nose Art, a form of artistic graffiti painted on the nose of airplanes, began to flourish in the time known as the Great War—World War I (1913-1918).  During the World War II years, (1941-1945), Nose Art expanded in many forms to almost every flying aircraft in the American military and is still visible on many of today’s military aircraft.  Hal did Nose Art on an F-111 at Pease Air Force Base in New Hampshire in 1989, painting Necessary Evil on the inside of the front wheel well flap.

Hal Olsen also painted other forms of fine art to include landscapes, portraits and military items such as Navy ships, and three of his most famous paintings, the Enola Gay, Bochscar and Up An’ Atom, are of the three B-29 bombers involved in the atomic bomb drops on Japan in 1945.  ‘The final painting I made was Enola Gay because the Air Force wanted her done right.’

Many of his paintings are in permanent museum collections with some pieces being held in private collections.  Included are the U.S. Navy; Museum of New Mexico,-Santa Fe; Roswell Museum, Roswell, New Mexico; and the Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory Science Museum, Los Alamos New Mexico.  Hal’s artwork is also featured in Galerie Des Mondes (the Worlds Gallery) John F. Kennedy Airport, New York City, New York; the Fine Arts Museum of Santa Fe, New Mexico; Jonson Gallery, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico; the Commemorative Air Force American Air Power Heritage Museum, Midland, Texas; Admiral Nimitz Museum, Fredericksburg, Tennessee; the National Atomic Museum, Albuquerque, New Mexico; Los Alamos Historical Museum, Los Alamos, New Mexico and the War in the Pacific National Historical Park, Guam

His awards include the Prix de Paris, received in 1961 at the Duncan Gallery in Paris, France, and first Prize for his exhibit in the World Wide Nuclear Art Exhibition, Washington D.C.  He also served on the State Art Council and the Artist Advisor Commission of the Museum of New Mexico.  Hal and his wife Estelle are still happily married, living in Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA.

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Scarecrow
Season
JACK VERNESKI

Scarecrow Season authored by Jack Verneski

List Price: $17.95
6" x 9" (15.24 x 22.86 cm)
Black on white paper

170 pages
Patriot Media Inc.
ISBN-13: 978-0984577743
ISBN-10: 0984577742
BISAC: Fiction / War & Military


When the Vietnam War began to escalate, the United States Air Force changed the name of Air Defense Command to Aerospace Defense Command and lost most of its experienced pilots and maintenance personnel to Tactical Air Command. After Russia’s MIG-21 appeared in Southeast Asia, TAC needed an aircraft to match its capabilities, so the new F-4 Phantom Interceptor, originally scheduled for ADC and still in the design stage, was converted into an attack fighter and given to TAC. 
 
To breach the gap after losing the F-4, ADC’s aging  F-106 Delta Dart Interceptor underwent structural  modifications to extend its active life to an astonishing 8000 flight hours, more than designers ever intend for a first line interceptor.  Hoping for better days, the unsung heroes of the U.S. Air Force, maintenance flight line personnel, managed against all challenges and kept the all-weather F-106 operational and ready to defend America against an enemy attack. 

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I Kept My Chin Up
by Hannah Lee Ackerman
Preface by Terry Baumfalk; Introduction by Nelson O. Ottenhausen; Commentaries by Dr. Thomas Gauthier,  , Don M. (D.M.) Ulmer, Paul Sherbo,  Brian K. Bryans ,  LTC Peter Clark U.S. Army;  Guest Author Commentaries by Steve Kraus and by Frank Nappi.

List Price: $12.95
5.5" x 8.5" (13.97 x 21.59 cm)
Black & White on White paper
98 pages
Patriot Media, Inc.
ISBN-13: 978-0984663897
ISBN-10: 0984663894
BISAC: History / Military / Veterans


I Kept My Chin Up by Hannah Ackerman, is a story about a young lady at the age of 7 who out of curiosity had a vision that, unbeknownst to her, would turn out to be a tribute to honor veterans and those who serve our great country.  
 
Miss Ackerman's book, I Kept My Chin Up, presents remarkable and well-crafted insights into the depth of service freely given in defense of our country by U.S. military personnel and their families.  
 
Loss of life and limb in defense of American liberties resounds across the centuries beginning with the shot heard round the world fired at Lexington Green in 1775 to open the Revolutionary War. Since then, American blood has flown freely in the great cause of freedom. Patriotism fuels the great desire to defend America against all enemies foreign and domestic. 
 
Miss Ackerman at the tender age of seventeen has produced a work that honors memories of our veterans and patriots who have given great service to our country.

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  The Naked Warrior
by Nelson O. Ottenhausen
 
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6" x 9" (15.24 x 22.86 cm)
Black & White on White paper
280 pages
Patriot Media Inc.
ISBN-13: 978-0984663880
ISBN-10: 0984663886
BISAC: Fiction / War & Military


Major General Lance N. Stalwardt commands a small and highly secret military unit, organized to conduct covert operations in foreign countries to preserve the national security of the United States. Only those in the unit and three people know of the unit’s existence, the President of the United States, the National Security Adviser and a man named Hawkins. Two of the men are assassinated and attempts are made to kill General Stalwardt and the newly sworn President. 
 
He must find those responsible, but in doing so, he must break a sacred vow not to use the secret unit against the U.S. Government. However, he must sacrifice his personal feelings and employ the secret unit inside the country in order to survive and to find those responsible for the assassinations. It is possible the assassins are powerful political men who knew about the secret unit and may be part of the American federal government.

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The Dog Robbers
B.K. Bryans

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6" x 9" (15.24 x 22.86 cm)
Black & White on White paper
204 pages
Patriot Media Inc.
ISBN-13: 978-0984663866
ISBN-10: 098466386X
BISAC: Fiction / War & Military

After the 1945 Battle of Okinawa, US forces built Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Futenma atop the rubble of several small towns. Surviving villagers returning home found that an air base now lay across their land. They could only settle nearby, where they remain to this day, waiting. This real-world conflict serves as background for The Dog Robbers. 
 
Lieutenant Deuce Riley, a US Navy pilot, is content to be a flight instructor at Naval Air Station (NAS) Pensacola, FL. Then he’s suddenly ordered to Japan to be an aide to Rear Admiral Brewster Brody, who has become enmeshed in the diplomatic argument over MCAS Futenma. Neither officer is real happy about their assignment, but the result is humor, action, and romance.

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The Blue Heron by Nelson Ottenhausen
ISBN-13: 978-0984663873

The Blue Heron
by Nelson Ottenhausen


List Price:
$17.95
6" x 9" (15.24 x 22.86 cm)
Black & White on White paper
240 pages
Patriot Media Inc.
ISBN-13: 978-0984663873
ISBN-10: 0984663878
BISAC: Fiction / War & Military

The President of the United States asks Jake Kelly, “Do you know how to start a revolution in a dictator’s country? It’s easy, you kill the SOB.” 
 
Jake Kelly, a retired U.S. Army officer is ordered back to active duty to resurrect a dormant intelligence network in Cuba, and to launch a covert operation—code name Libertad—to overthrow the Cuban government. Jake’s best friend, Juan Guevara, volunteers to lead the assassination team to help eliminate Cuba’s dictator. 
 
The Blue Heron is the name of Jake’s powerful jet fast cabin cruiser and is also the code name for a U.S. military intelligence agent who once worked for Jake operating in Cuba. The Cuban Federal Police are highly interested in this agent and attempts are made to capture him alive.  
 
Jake’s fiancée and Guevara’s grandson are kidnapped by the most dangerous terrorist in the western hemisphere, forcing Jake into a dramatic rescue effort.

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ENSURE
PLAUSIBLE
DENIABILITY

 
by D.M. Ulmer

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6" x 9" (15.24 x 22.86 cm)
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278 pages
Patriot Media Inc.
ISBN-13: 978-0984663842
ISBN-10: 0984663843
BISAC: Fiction / War & Military

Ensure Plausible Deniability is a tale of the mid-sixties Soviet Navy flexing its muscles throughout the world’s oceans by provoking head-to-head confrontations with U.S. units. Ensuing games of chicken on the surface and beneath the seas between vessels armed with nuclear weapons portended disaster.  
 
It would take only one hotheaded skipper on either side to go off half-cocked and plunge mankind into World War III.  
 
The saga is set in the backdrop of U.S. diesel-electric submarines’ demise to make room for the higher performance nuclear powered submarines. However, the questionable nuclear power program selection criteria disregarded submariner performance excellence and accepted officer applicants solely on academic prowess. This practice may well have portended disaster of its own. 
 
Ensure Plausible Deniability is spiced with first-hand insights into submariner personal and distaff life.  Visit
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Hickory Nuts in the Driveway
by Dari Bradley
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5.5" x 8.5" (13.97 x 21.59 cm)
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114 pages
Patriot Media Inc.
ISBN-13: 978-0984577798
ISBN-10: 0984577793
BISAC: Fiction / Humorous
 
“A comedy classic” of thought provoking reminders about how young juveniles, using their wily wits and cunning powers, can cause humorous and adolescent behavior in their parents. Sibling rivals become allies under stress, yet Mom prevails, using humor laced with tactical precision-to rule. 
 
Hickory Nuts in the Driveway is a quaint series of funny short stories that will warm your heart. Finally, stories that put the travails of child raising in a humorous light, especially if you have had children of your own. Sibling rivalry in its finest, where wit and wisdom are needed to challenge juvenile cunning, even having the temerity to win at times. You will enjoy how Mom rules, even when the kids don’t agree or understand, and how Dad can make mistakes that make the whole experience worthwhile. Even Toy Jail has a twist at the end that makes you laugh as the kids use childlike logic to prevail under stress.

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Flight to Redemption by B.K. Bryans
ISBN-13: 978-0984663835

Flight To Redemption

B.K. Bryans


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6" x 9" (15.24 x 22.86 cm)
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200 pages
Patriot Media Inc.
ISBN-13: 978-0984663835
ISBN-10: 0984663835
BISAC: Fiction / Suspense


Suspense, intrigue, duty, revenge, and justice. 
 
This is a story of failure and redemption along Arizona’s volatile border with Mexico. It is also a flying story about an aging pilot and some grand old airplanes of yesteryear. 
  
After a lengthy aviation career as a Navy jet jockey, Pan Am captain, and charter pilot, Pete Maclaren suddenly quits flying and vows never to do so again. Yet here he is, flying an ancient aircraft at night through the Mexican mountains on a reckless rescue mission. Action spiced with camaraderie and romance follows. 


     Flight to Redemption by B.K. Bryans is a flying story about an ageing pilot and several classic old airplanes from yesteryear. It is also an adventure story where action is not the sole property of those who are young and strong.  Here, two well-seasoned citizens wisecrack their way from crash to crisis and back in a story for the baby boomer generation.

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     In Flight to Redemption, the author gives us a novel that realistically depicts the drug and alien smuggling problems that challenge our southwestern border country, but he also gives us lingering romance, bantering friendship, and an exciting conclusion. An ageing pilot, reluctantly accompanied by a small-town doc, fly a stolen airplane into Mexico on an ill-conceived rescue mission. This is a page-turner that is difficult to put down.” 

Robert Jorgensen, Brigadier General, US Army-Retired

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Unsinkable Sailors by Paul Sherbo Hardcover Edition
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Unsinkable Sailors
by Paul Sherbo
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ISBN 13: 978-0-9845777-8-1
BISAC: History / United States / 20th Century

"Unsinkable Sailors by retired US Navy Reserve Captain Paul Sherbo is a chilling historical account of the at-sea collision of the USS Frank E. Evans (DD-745), a United States Navy destroyer, and the Australian aircraft carrier HMAS Melbourne. This book is the only comprehensive source of original interviews and research along with official naval records that centers on the Evans crewmembers. The story of the collision that sank the bow half of the Evans is told by those who lived the nightmare on the morning of 3 June in 1969. It is a story of personal tragedy, survival and perseverance."

Author Paul Sherbo has added new information and exhibits in this beautiful hardcover edition, 6x9, navy blue cloth bound with gold lettering on the spine, wrapped with an attractive dust jacket.

Captain Paul Sherbo, USNR (ret.) of Lakewood, Colorado has written a book about the USS Frank E. Evans titled, Unsinkable Sailors: The fall and rise of the last crew of USS Frank E. Evans.  Using official documents, it is the first comprehensive American review of the tragic 1969 collision at sea when an American Destroyer was cut in half by an Australian Aircraft Carrier  A story of personal tragedy, survival and perseverance, the book describes in chilling detail the historical events that led up to the at-sea collision, the accounts of what was happening during the collision and the events in the aftermath, quoting entirely from naval records, interviews with surviving witnesses (both on the Evans and the Melbourne) and researching the Record of Proceedings transcripts investigating the accident.        

Sailors in the doomed bow of USS Frank E. Evans (DD-754) woke to a ship rolling out of control, tons of seawater plunging in.  Few escaped.  Those sleeping in the after half of the ship rushed forward to their battle stations, some "running out of ship" in total darkness and into the water.  Testimonies of surviving crew from the formal inquiries put you there, before, during, and after the collision. The courage and heroism of both crews evoke a genuine admiration for their bravery and spirit.
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Those '67 Blues by B.K. Bryans
Those '67 Blues

by B.K. Bryans
 
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Books/5Stars.jpg‘...Those ’67 Blues  is on the level ofFlight of the Intruder’ and the Bridges of Toko Ri’. I now have 3 favorite books about our navy at war.’

 by John (Toy) Mittell, CDR USN (RET)

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220 pages
Patriot Media Inc.
ISBN-13: 978-0984577774
ISBN-10: 0984577777
BISAC: Fiction / War & Military


'Those '67 Blues  is an enlightening action novel of U.S. naval aviators flying combat missions from an attack aircraft carrier on Yankee Station in the Tonkin Gulf during the Vietnam War. 

This day-by-day account of flight operations, and the heroic actions of men penetrating the hostile skies of well-defended North Vietnam, spans a two-week period during the angry autumn of 1967.
 Feel the tension of flying a combat attack mission from the cockpit of an A-6 Intruder as, low and alone in the dark, you home in on a target. Understand the stomach-tightening dread as a surface-to-air missile tracks its target—you. Live the fear of being shot down, hunted, and held prisoner by the North Vietnamese.  Experience the shivering adrenalin release that comes hours after a harrowing mission. 

Meanwhile, the aviator’s wives and children back home live through fears and problems of their own, during a war that few people understand, and many despise.'

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‘I loved Those ’67 Blues, but it touched nerves that I thought were long buried.  It has the authentic feel of someone who has actually flown combat missions in that war that I've found missing in most of the books I’ve read on the subject.  The emotion conveys so well.’


Tony Tambini, Vietnam War A-4 / A-7 pilot.


    'Those ’67 Blues is my kind of book.  It has the accurate detail that satisfies the guy who’s “been there and done that” and intrigues the guy who wishes he could have.  ‘Blues’ takes you through virtually every aspect of the carrier war in 1967 and does it so precisely you feel as if you are right there getting shot at.  Those readers who flew into the flak, missile, and MiG mess in North Vietnam will relive the adrenalin rush that comes from dodging SAMs, and feel the heartbreak of seeing our guys going down in flames or swinging under a chute (if they’re lucky).  To the curious readers, you can’t get any closer to being there than Those ’67 Blues.' 

Phil Waters, a Vietnam-era A-6 Bombardier/Navigator

The Cold War Beneath by D.M. UlmerTHE COLD WAR BENEATH
by D.M. Ulmer

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ISBN-13: 978-0984577767
ISBN-10: 0984577769
BISAC: Fiction / Espionage
The Cold War Beneath tells the story of an event at sea off the New England coast during the post World War II years.  Two submarines play a dangerous underwater game of hide and seek in this action thriller as U.S. Navy forces try to find out the Russians' true intentions for being in American waters.   
 
The story addresses day-to-day life onboard a submarine during conduct of a hazardous mission, its effects upon the crew, and upon family and friends ashore. 
  
A Soviet spy becomes involved in the personal lives of the submariners' friends and family then uses them to his advantage to gather intelligence about American submarine operations.  An old adversary returns to the scene of his crime to aid the Americans in finding the Russian agent. 
 
The Foreword to The Cold War Beneath is written by Don Walsh, Ph. D. a renowned oceanographer, world explorer and marine specialist who has been associated with ocean science for more than 50 years.

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Staff Monkeys:
A Stockbroker's Journey
Through the Global War on Terror

Authored by LTC Peter Clark USA. 

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202 pages
Patriot Media Inc.
ISBN-13: 978-0984577705
ISBN-10: 098457770X
BISAC: History / Military / Iraq War

Staff Monkeys is not a typical military war journal; it is a chronological and humorous accounting of a former stockbroker's observations during his military deployments from April 2005 through September 2009. After being recalled to the Army, Peter Clark served in East Africa as well as numerous Middle East hot spots. 
 
After his deployment to Africa, the fun and games were just beginning for Peter and over the next few years found himself in Iraq, Afghanistan, Jordan, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates, and Kyrgyzstan. What the Army didn't know, or overlooked, was that Peter had a sharp sense of humor and wasn't afraid to use it.  
 
War is a very serious business, yet strange and comical events do occur and US Army Staff Monkey, LTC Peter Clark, a modern day Bill Mauldin, tells about them in a most entertaining way.

Shadows of Heroes by D.M. Ulmer
Shadows of Heroes by D. M. Ulmer
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SHADOWS OF HEROES
D. M. ULMER
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264 pages
Patriot Media Inc.
ISBN-13: 978-0979164279
ISBN-10: 0979164273
BISAC: Fiction / War and Military

Shadows of Heroes Author: D. M. Ulmer; Editorial Assistant: Doris Littlefield; Managing Editor: Dari Bradley; Executive Editor: Nelson O. Ottenhausen. 
 
January 1949, early in the undeclared Cold War, the U.S. diesel-electric submarine Kokanee has illegally penetrated deep into Soviet Union waters of the White Sea and is detected by a pair of Russian destroyers. Depth charges fall on Kokanee and seem on the verge of tearing the besieged ship apart. A vindictive Russian captain is determined to eradicate the Americans. 
 
Two U.S. intelligence agents have been put ashore, their mission: determine whether the Soviets are developing a nuclear powered submarine. Commander Terry Martin violated Kokanee's patrol orders and risks everything, including his career, against the long odds of acquiring information essential to the long term security of the United States.


Pat Householder (USSVI National CDR) writes about Shadows of Heroes

Shadows of Heroes
is a Cold War Diesel Boat yarn set in Ivan’s back door, the Barents Sea in the winter of 1949.  Telling the tale of fictitious smoke-boat USS Kokanee, an audacious ‘spook’ mission ashore and a tenacious Russian skipper, it twists and turns, goes deep and evades against the 1949 backdrop of emerging GUPPIES and the growing Soviet submarine threat.

Shadows of Heroes
is Captain Don Ulmer’s second submarine tale of the Cold War.  His first, Silent Battleground, featured a nuclear fast attack boat when the Cold War turned hot and the U.S.S.R attacked the U.S.Both are excellent and plausible tales of submariner can do spirit under the most difficult circumstances.  Don served thirty two years in the submarine force, and skippered the USS Clamagore (SS 343) 1967-1969.

I recommend them both.

January 1949, early in the undeclared Cold War,  the U.S. diesel-electric submarine Kokanee has illegally penetrated deep into Soviet Union  waters of the White  Sea  and is detected  by  a  pair  of   Russian  destroyers.   Depth charges fall on Kokanee and seem on the verge  of  tearing  the  besieged ship  apart.  A  vindictive Russian captain is determined  to  eradicate  the  Americans.


 
Two  U.S.   intelligence   agents   have   been  put  ashore,   their   mission:   determine    whether    the   Soviets  are  developing  a  nuclear powered  submarine. Commander Terry  Martin  violated Kokanee’s patrol  orders and risks everything, including his career, against the long odds  of acquiring information essential to  the  long  term  security  of  the  United States.

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SILENT BATTLEGROUND
D.M. Ulmer
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Silent Battleground by D.M. Ulmer
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In Silent Battleground by D. M. Ulmer, the Cold War did go hot when the Soviet Union attacked the US Navy coastal installations and all but destroyed the American surface fleet.  Ulmer moves the reader through tense combat events with skill and expertise using his 32 years of experience as a professional submariner to make this page-turner complete with intrigue and speculation.  Reviewers are touting this naval-action thriller about submarine warfare as the next Hunt for Red October. 
 

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Where or When
Where or When by D. M. Ulmer
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Where or When 
A Historical Novella by D.M. Ulmer

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134 pages
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ISBN-13: 978-0984577736
ISBN-10: 0984577734
BISAC: Fiction / Historical
    

World War I, a four year devastating conflict began in 1914 and engulfed all of Europe.

 

Where or When tells of its effects on the men who fought it, and of remaining issues that was unresolved for generations.  

 

Blaire Coolidge lives in the Pacific-Northwest city of Bellevue, Washington.  In the spring of 2009, she learns her great-grandmother Alice, had once married 1st Lieutenant David Reynolds of the embryo U.S Army Flying Corps. Her family objected to the marriage on the eve of David's departure for Europe and the war, but deeply in love, they went ahead.  David is lost in combat over the bloody trenches of France just a few months before the war ended in November, 1918. He reportedly went down in an area pulverized by artillery, hence his body was not recovered.  Post war attempts by Alice to find him netted nothing, so she returned home and eventually remarried.  With help from a German man, Klaus Meyer, Blaire comes upon an amazing revelation on the fate of David Reynolds.  

 

The tale meanders among Pacific Northwest settings, back and forth between the years 1918 and 2009 and other locations in the United States and Germany.

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Missing Person
by W.H. Hesse & D.M. Ulmer

   Retired Marine Corps Sgt Maj. Kincaid, turned Associate Professor of English Literature, moonlights as a writer of mystery novels.   He is approached by a woman fan who misconstrues his literary talent for bona fide detecting skills.  She retains him to locate her son with whom she has lost contact for twenty years.  Kincaid   reluctantly   accepts and finds himself in a  quagmire of  intrigue, greed, and murder.   
The drama is set in Port Angeles, near Washington State’s magnificent Olympic Mountains.








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The Roche Harbor Caper by D.M. Ulmer
   In Washington  States'  San  Juan  Islands,  during  a weekend visit  arranged  by  Michael  Kincaid  for  his  son to  become  better  acquainted with the focal  point  of  Michael’s evolving romance, things go from bad to worse.   Kincaid reopens a case  with an official  finding of accidental death many believed should have been  murder. This leads to both Kincaid and his son being caught up in a wild adventure on the high seas.











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 The Long Beach Caper by D.M. Ulmer

    Michael Kincaid, a retired Marine Corps Sgt. Major, turned English Literature Professor, and his wife Doris, become involved in a caper while on their honeymoon in Long Beach, WA.  Their first day at  Long Beach, a stranger  recognizes   Michael as the author of the Harry Steele detective novel series, introduces himself, then asks Michael to investigate a mundane problem within his family, keeping or disposing of their three generation legacy; the Heinrich Voelcker farm in Idaho.


   This request ends up being more than Michael and Doris bargained for, turning their honeymoon into a kidnapping and conspiracy investigation of a mysterious third party trying to swindle the Voelckers out of their legacy.

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Count the Ways by D.M. Ulmer
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"A grand romance in the classic sense.  A love between a Naval Academy midshipman and an Iowa farm girl, a Korean War-era tragedy, and the search by a grandson for the mystery surrounding his grandparents love story.


"There is a modern mindset that says romances are for women.  Any man who has ever been in love will identify with Bren Judge, enjoy the story, and even possibly shed a few tears." 
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UNSINKABLE
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Unsinkable Sailors 
The Fall and Rise of the Last Crew of USS Frank E. Evans

Paul Sherbo, Capt. USNR Ret.

To commemorate the fortieth anniversary of the June 3, 1969 sinking of the USS Frank E. Evans, Colorado author Paul Sherbo has signed a contract with Patriot Media, Inc. of Niceville, Florida to publish his book titled, Unsinkable Sailors: The fall and rise of the last crew of the USS Frank E. EvansThis history of the 1969 collision of the USS Frank E. Evans (DD-754), a United States Navy destroyer, and the Australian aircraft carrier HMAS Melbourne is the first American account of the catastrophic incident in book form. 

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Using  official documents, this is the first comprehensive American review of the tragic 1969 collision at sea where an American Destroyer was cut in half by an Australian Aircraft Carrier.  Sailors in the doomed bow of USS Frank E. Evans (DD-754) woke to a ship rolling out of control, tons of seawater plunging in.  Few escaped.  Those sleeping in the after half of the ship rushed forward to their battle stations, some "running out of ship" in total darkness and into the water.  The testimonies of surviving crew from the formal inquiries put you there, before, during, and after the collision. Amid their sudden,  surprised confusion, the courage and heroism of both crews lend a genuine admiration for their bravery and spirit.
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Patriot Media celebrates the life of our Flight of the Silver Eagle Author
CDR Joseph C. Engel, USN (Ret.) 
August 15, 1912 - July 13, 2009
An amazing Friend, Hero, Patriot and Author.We will always Honor CDR Engel and greatly miss his presence. Thank you Joe and Angie for all you did for America.

Flight of the Silver Eagle by CDR Joseph C. Engel SR USN (Ret) 
Patriot Media Incorporated congratulated Joe and Angie Engel on their 72nd Anniversary, Feb 6, 2009.  The photo of the author of Flight of the Silver Eagle and his beautiful Bride was taken on their wedding day,  Pensacola FL, in 1937.  72 years ago!
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Thank you, Joe and Angie, for all of your life long service to our country
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The Killing Zone, by Nelson Ottenhausen
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The Killing Zone:  Evils Playground

by Nelson Ottenhausen


Police Detective Daniel Patrick O’Malley is called out to investigate the death of a young woman in what appears to be an apparent suicide, but he soon discovers she is a victim in a series of bizarre murders.  While trying to decide how to bring the deranged serial killer to justice, Lt. O’Malley must deal with the intervention of a powerful politician whose daughter is a victim of the killer, as well as investigate the attempted murder of his best friend and police captain supervisor. He also struggles to cope with emotions concerning two different women in his life.

 

The Mighty O 
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The USS Oriskany, known affectionately as The Mighty O, is an aircraft carrier 911 feet long. Eight boilers and four steam turbine engines, delivering 150,000 shaft horsepower to four propellers, drove The Mighty O through the water at speeds in excess of 30 knots. During fleet operations, the ship consumed 200 thousand gallons of fuel oil per day.

The Mighty O is comparable in height to a 25-story skyscraper, has 10 decks and extended 192 feet above the waterline. Her crew, including the air wing, consisted of around 3,500 men.

During the Vietnam War, The Mighty O carried a complement of 80 aircraft (jets, prop-driven and helicopters). Most of her fixed-wing aircraft, including the 70,000 pound A3 Sky Warrior, were launched by two steam-driven catapults. Aircraft recovery was accomplished by four arresting cables.

After 25 years of service, The Mighty O continues her service to the nation as an artificial reef in 212 feet of water, 22 miles off the coast of Pensacola, Florida.

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Jugs & Bottles:  
A police thriller with comedic crime plots, witness protection, a little love and canine heroics.

                                   

Jami Unice Gamble, a woman deaf since birth, is targeted for murder after witnessing a Mafia style execution and then identifying the two hit men to the police.  She, along with her dog Bottles, become involved in a series of chaotic events as two brothers attempt to silence her with their comedic & bumbling ways.  Being deaf, Jami is oblivious to it all.

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