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@Caliber Military History 2016-11-29

John J. Pershing, the American general who led his troops to victory...

@Caliber Military History 2016-11-21

The very first pick of the Hugh Hewitt Book Club is Stephen Moore s AS GOOD AS DEAD!

@Caliber Military History 2016-11-20

As Good As Dead keeps alive a dark, nearly forgotten chapter of World War II history. It also reaffirms Moore s skills as a writer of excellent military books.

@Caliber Military History 2016-11-18

Out of 150 Americans, only 11 survived--and their story will astonish you. This is the unforgettable account of soldiers, Marines and sailors held captive for two years in a Japanese prison camp, and an unlikely escape in the face of certain death. AS GOOD AS DEAD is destined to be a World War II classic. Preorder your copy today: http://tinyurl.com/gvwhcxv

@Caliber Military History 2016-11-02

[Brian] Regan nearly destroyed America s military security, exposing our defenders to the ultimate risks.

@Caliber Military History 2016-11-01

“Like the FX show The Americans in a contemporary setting, or a John le Carré novel, The Spy Who Couldn t Spell is the dramatic nonfiction story of the pursuit, capture and conviction of United States spy Brian Patrick Regan. . . . Cryptography, hard drive scrubbing, server spoor tracking, old-school surveillance tails and wiretaps, psychological profiling and high-definition courtroom drama: Bhattacharjee tells a story that would make a kickass movie.” —ShelfAwareness

@Caliber Military History 2016-10-28

A sneak peak at the best espionage thriller of the season... THE SPY WHO COULDN T SPELL Pre-order your copy here: http://bit.ly/2edpZAB

@Caliber Military History 2016-10-21

The best espionage thriller of the season! Pre-order your copy here: http://bit.ly/2edpZAB

@Caliber Military History 2016-10-18

Edward Snowden is a name everyone knows, but let us introduce you to Brian Regan, the man who showed the United States a decade before Snowden how vulnerable digital secrets could be. Pick up Yudhijit Bhattacharjee s upcoming THE SPY WHO COULDN T SPELL, a perfect read for a fall day. Pre-order your copy here: http://bit.ly/2edpZAB

@Caliber Military History 2016-08-25

Out of 150 American POWs, only 11 survived a massacre. A new book tells their astonishing story. “An incredible, moving tale told by a master storyteller... I highly recommend it.”—John C. McManus, Author of The Dead and Those About to Die Preorder your copy today: http://tinyurl.com/gvwhcxv

@Caliber Military History 2016-08-11

The terrible face of combat in the sky. Many young men were drawn to the air services for the supposed glamor of the air war. Instead they experienced the ugly reality of a daily fight to the death in the skies over Europe and the Pacific. When a plane went down, an airman faced three possible outcomes: death, captivity or, in the case of a lucky few, escape and evasion through the efforts of local resistance groups. Don’t miss John C. McManus’s DEADLY SKY, the story of America’s combat airmen in WWII, available now in paperback and ebook: http://tinyurl.com/j9tonet

@Caliber Military History 2016-08-10

A WWII bomber crewman eats a sandwich while having his left hand treated for frost bite. Temperatures at mission altitude were often as cold as forty or fifty degrees below zero and most aircraft were not pressurized. Though aviators wore warm clothing and heated suits, frost bite was a significant problem. Don’t miss John C. McManus’s DEADLY SKY, the story of America’s combat airmen in WWII, available now in paperback and ebook: http://tinyurl.com/j9tonet

@Caliber Military History 2016-08-10

Bombs away! The B17 Flying Fortress and the B24 Liberator carried out the majority of American strategic bombing in World War II. The U.S. produced 18,313 Liberators during the war, more than other combat aircraft. Both bombers were capable of absorbing terrific punishment and making it home. Don’t miss John C. McManus’s DEADLY SKY, the story of America’s combat airmen in WWII, available now in paperback and ebook: http://tinyurl.com/j9tonet

@Caliber Military History 2016-08-09

WWII aviators often spoke of flying through flak so heavy, “you could get out of the plane and walk on it.” The men inside these bombers could do little but hunker down and hope the flak did not score any substantial hits. Don’t miss John C. McManus’s DEADLY SKY, the story of America’s combat airmen in WWII, available now in paperback and ebook: http://tinyurl.com/j9tonet

@Caliber Military History 2016-08-09

Alongside a B24 named “Exterminator,” bomber crewmen from the 93rd Bomb Group talk with members of the ground crew. The men who flew combat missions were invariably young, usually under the age of 23. Often the members of a crew formed deep bonds with one another. Though officers and enlisted men lived apart, they usually mixed together very informally, in combat and elsewhere. Don’t miss John C. McManus’s DEADLY SKY, the story of America’s combat airmen in WWII, available now in paperback and ebook: http://tinyurl.com/j9tonet

@Caliber Military History 2016-08-08

TUSKEGEE HERO. Capt. Wendell Pruitt (left) hands a ring for safekeeping to his crew chief, Staff Sergeant Samuel Jacobs. Pruitt was a member of the famed, all black 332nd Fighter Group, generally known as the Tuskegee Airmen. The unit flew combat missions as part of the 15th Air Force in the Mediterranean theater. Pruitt flew seventy missions, destroyed several enemy aircraft and received the Distinguished Flying Cross. After he rotated back to the U.S., his home town of St. Louis, Missouri honored him by proclaiming December 12, 1944 as Wendell Pruitt Day. In April 1945 he was killed while training a student pilot at Tuskegee. Don’t miss John C. McManus’s DEADLY SKY, the story of America’s combat airmen in WWII, available now in paperback and ebook: http://tinyurl.com/j9tonet

@Caliber Military History 2016-08-07

P51 Mustang fighters, packed together in carefully rehearsed combat formations, fly a mission over Europe. Don’t miss John C. McManus’s DEADLY SKY, the story of America’s combat airmen in WWII, available now in paperback and ebook: http://tinyurl.com/j9tonet

@Caliber Military History 2016-08-07

A WING AND A PRAYER.” The predicament of this American plane and its crew illustrates that this expression was not hyperbole. Don’t miss John C. McManus’s DEADLY SKY, the story of America’s combat airmen in WWII, available now in paperback and ebook: http://tinyurl.com/j9tonet


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