At at book signing December 2016 with newly appointed Kenosha, Wisconsin judge Jodi Meier.
2016 3rd Place Award for “Back To The World” from The Author Zone
Had a very nice time speaking to students at Grewenow Elementary School, Veterans Day 2016
The Dude abides…..
Thank you to the Daughters of the American Revolution for this honor.
Yep, still got it.
The Air Force Commendation Medal for my service in Vietnam was awarded to me at Commander’s Call at March Air Force Base upon my return.
Letter from Richard Nixon upon my return from Vietnam
Just a nice photo by my friend Pat McGrath Avery
With Kim Jun-ki, Baby San, at Hill 119, good friend Romeo P
I was honored to be a guest at the 65th Combat Engineer Battalion reunion, Oct 1st, 2016 in Pulaski County, Missouri.
Two very nice ladies at a book signing I held at the Downtown Kenosha car show this summer. (2016)
At a very busy book signing at the “Hero’s Cafe” in Kenosha in 2016.
Miss Kenosha, Kirsten Gonzales at one of my book signings in 2015
My daughter and number one assistant JoAnn at one of my book signings
Press release for Back to the World
Speaking to students about the writing process, spring 2016
A Vietnam War Veteran from the Republic of Korea at one of my book signings.
Home of the 1st Cav
Home away from home, 1970
Book posters made by my daughter, JoAnn
A Hmong Vietnam War Veteran at one of my book signings. Now a proud U.S. citizen.
Spooky AC-47 gunship from the Vietnam War. I flew several missions humping cargo on the unarmed version.
My Vietnam Service Medal with two oak leaf clusters.
Speaking about my book “The Kansas NCO” at a Red Engine Press event in Hershey, PA.
With one of my oldest friends, USMC vet John Gustin, at a Vietnam Veteran event.
Patch of the Republic of Korea Tiger Division. I spent much time with these stalwart warriors in Nam. They taught me Taekwondo. Kim Jun-Ki and I became friends and corresponded for many years until I eventually lost track of him.
The author at war; somewhere in Binh Dinh Province, 1970.
ROK Tiger Division soldier and friend Kim Jun-Ki, a young Vietnamese boy we called “Sun”, Christmas in Vietnam, our hooch dog “Noah”
Our tight little group in the Nam. Upper photo Mike and Ski, bottom photo Tim and Larry. Tim, Larry and I remain close to this day.
War is always hardest on women and children. We felt very bad for them.