by Lt. General Michael T. Flynn and Michael Ledeen
by Tabitha Korol
by Robert K. Wilcox
Among the many books that I have read very few have had such an effect on me personally and are more deserving of such positive accolades. Having served in combat and twice surviving the attacks on the World Trade Center, reading 'Target Patton' made me realize that had General Patton not been murdered by political aspirants and or the NKVD/KGB, America would have been spared the casualties sustained in conflicts with the communists subsequent to World War II and with the terrorists.
When you read 'Target Patton' one cannot help but become saddened by the terrible fate dealt to this great American hero and icon by his inferiors who capitalized on his abilities and accomplishments and yet who failed to meet his standards. Anyone who reads 'Target Patton', especially those motivated by a desire to understand the undercurrents of politics and military history, cannot help to find themselves encouraged to learn more. For instance, the famous World War II Jedburgh operatives were not only the forerunners of the Green Berets but also of the Phoenix Program in Vietnam. Those who are familiar with these individuals and policies will be fascinated in seeing how they evolved from World War II. Unfortunately, many of the negative and arbitrary aspects of these policies survive today and many American heroes have since been sacrificed for political expedience.
After reading 'Target Patton' you cannot help but desire that justice would have been meted out to the perpetrators of this foul deed. I am certain that General Patton would have been very impressed with Mr. Wilcox for his diligence and dedication to the truth and decorated him personally.
John J. Molloy
National Vietnam & Gulf War Veterans Coalition
The Story of Combat Medic, John Bennett, is a Must Read!! You can order the book now through the author's website listed below or purchase at Amazon or most bookstores. We highly recommend this book!
by John F. Ross
Editor, American Heritage Magazine
Part of the Basic Training Course for those of us who served in the United States Army was being taught that Roger's Rangers, who protected our northern colonial frontier from the onslaughts by the French and their Native American allies during the French & Indian War, were the forerunners of today's (for me 1964) soldiers and of course even more so for those who serve in special operations. It is indeed an honorable heritage and who better than John F. Ross, the editor of American Heritage Magazine, to tell, magnificently, the story of the brave "Major Robert Rogers" whose end was comparable to that of a Shakespearean tragedy. Robert Rogers was not a sports hero or a guitar hero but a true American hero, whose courage and deeds are forgotten by today's youth except for those who fight for our freedom. Read and remember (excerpt follows):
by Larry O' Daniel
Solving a decade-old mystery using the methods of the legendary Phoenix Program.
Larry O' Daniel, an intelligence officer who served in the Phoenix Program in Vietnam, and a very dedicated and knowledgeable researcher on the POW/MIA issue, is offering autographed copies of "Trails of Deceit" at $27.95; however, this price includes postage.
You may order this highly recommended book by sending a check
The National Vietnam & Gulf War Veterans Coalition
P.O. Box 177
McKnightstown, PA 17343
Attn: Reading Room
Checks should be made payable to The National Vietnam & Gulf
War Veterans Coalition.
John J. Molloy, Chairman
Exposing the truth about our POW/MIAs
by former NC Congressman Bill Hendon and POW daughter Elizabeth Stewart, Esq.
by Paul Sperry
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