Thursday, August 9, 2012

Warriors Reunion in Normandy France with Book-Author



Warriors Reunion in Normandy France with Regulo Zapata, Book-Author: Desperate Lands: The War on Terror Through The Eyes of a Special Forces Soldier. Incredible U.S. Army Ranger reunion at St Mere Eglise, Normandy France on June 6, 2012. It was such an Honor and Privilege to linkup with Active Duty U.S. Army Rangers from Ft. Benning Georgia during the opening ceremony. A salute to these great warriors and Thank you for your Dedication & Service to our Nation.


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Thursday, January 13, 2011

"The Footlocker" U.S. Army Rangers Have authored Books



"The Footlocker" is part of The National Ranger Memorial Foundation and is a collection of U.S. Army Ranger-related news topics. The purpose of "The Footlocker" is to let you know about books, DVDs, websites, art and programs written or developed by individual U.S. Army Rangers. It can also include other items of interest to the Ranger community.

This series of Anet newsletter is happy to announce, Three U.S. Army Rangers attending the Lost Patrol Ranger Reunion in June are authors sharing parts of their military experience.

Desperate Lands by Regulo Zapata Jr., A Warriors Trail, Strike Always from Shadows by Steven Mattoon, and The Dirty Dozen by Larry Jordan.

"A MUST READ" (5-Star) Rating recommedation on these three Historical Bestseller phonamenal books on understanding a Special Forces soldier combative fighting techniques behavior, surviving and executing combat operations in Afghanistan and Iraq. A must add to your reading list.

Go ahead and (Click) on the Newsletter Photo image to (Zoom-in & Enlarge) the Newsletter to read. Enjoy the Newsletter!

To Join and subscribe to the Anet known as "The Footlocker" go to: https://www.rangermemorial.com/services.aspx

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Monday, January 3, 2011

A Warriors Trail, STRIKE ALWAYS FROM SHADOWS



"Strike Always from Shadows"

Author Steven Mattoon does an extraordinary and brilliant depection in writing and presenting such an incredible and intense true-story on the Art of War as a warrior. The author takes you in a journey into the early days of Vietnam to the present battlefields in Iraq.

Altogether, the story is an unprecedended work of art, action packed and immediately captures the reader's attention and is able to envision every scene as if you were part of the missions. Your heart beats faster in escape and witness of the horrors of death and fear in the battlefield.

The characters are realistic that you could feel, smell and share their emotions during their survival and facing death from the enemy and hostile environment!

The book gives you a fascinating glimpse, as to the different battles, and skirmishes, taken place when confronted by the enemy. You are confronted at the same time facing hostile enemy situations and making split second life or death decisions in the battlefield.

The book gives a perspective look at the enemy’s attitudes and ideals, their way of life and methods of warfare, and survival as they appeared living in the battlefield away from world civilization.

"A Must Read" (5-Star) Rating recommendation for anyone wanting to better educate and understand the lessons and reasons of a warriors mind and behavior and surviving for way of life, and living and executing combat operations in Vietnam and in Iraq.

I salute Steven Mattoon for his Dedication and Service to our Country and for sharing this fascinating story with me. I look forward to his next coming novel.

Special Order book from the author for:
$20. (Army Rangers only pay $15).

Send a Check or Money Order to:
4707 Smokerise Rd, Casper, Wy 82604.

A portion of the book proceeds will go to the:
(National Ranger Memorial Foundation).

His email is: stevemattoon@gmail.com

A Warriors Trail, Strike Always From Shadows, by Steven Mattoon
Non-Fiction
Warriors Press (2006)
ISBN: 9780615230443
156 Pages

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Tuesday, December 14, 2010

"RESTREPO" Movie Afghanistan Korengal Valley



I just saw for the first time "RESTREPO." An Extraordiany and “Triumphant Spectacular Filmmaking…A+" shown by National Geographic Channel. Combat in The Afghanistan Korengal Valley as you will ever see of the 173rd Infantry Airborne U.S. Army fighting the Taliban. A glimpse of the horror, anger, fear, camaraderie and a first hand look of the exceptional difficulties, and emotional challenges of Infantry Airborne soldiers face in battle. I salute those young men for their Bravery, Dedication & Service to our Country! Congrats to Staff Sergeant Sal Giunta who received the (Medal of Honor)! An Incredible Flim by Sebastian Jungar & Tim Hetherington. Winner 2010 Sundance Film Festival. "A MUST SEE - TRUE STORY!" Memories Are Forever!





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Saturday, December 11, 2010

Book Blogger Hop



Book Blogger Hop

Book Blogger Hop is hosted by Jennifer at Crazy For Books!

This is my first time ever on The (Book Blogger Hop) and I'm very excited and looking forward to making new friends with authors and readers. I hope to find some great book blog reviews and recommendations. I will definitely be on a special mission to check your Book Blog sites.

This week's question comes from Angela who blogs at "Library Girl Reads."
''What is the thing you like most about reading book blogs? Is it the reviews, author guest posts, articles, giveaways, or something else entirely?"

My answer is:
I'm a new member to the Book Blogger Hop, and I enjoy reading a variety of non-fiction & fiction books! The book reviews give me some good recommendations on books, music, movies, etc. Plus the author posts are fun to read! I'm so amazed with the incredible selection of great authors and books to read. I also like the free book give aways by the fascinating authors!

I am Looking for another great book to read and reviewing!

Please leave me a comment so I can return the favor.

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