Thank A Vet for Your Freedoms!

Photo taken inside the IN War Memorial Museum in Indianapolis.

As we celebrate the anniversary of our nation’s freedoms, I reflect on the World War II stories I’ve heard and written about in the past decade.

Dean Reckard of Huntington, Indiana, was part of the D-Day invasion in June 1944.

Stories of pilots and soldiers who were among the first to cross the English Channel on D-Day.

Other tales of soldiers who helped to secure Allied victories in the Pacific, at the Battle of the Bulge, and other locales.

Stories like these of unique dilemmas and sacrifices and ultimate successes are multitude.

They are a vital part of the history that shaped the world we live in today.

This girl promotes her love of country in an unusual way.

My upcoming book about the Vietnam War is a great example of stories about people breaking barriers to fight for freedom.

This book will be released this fall. I am excited to help bring forward the stories of these courageous men who helped their country in its time of need.

If you’d like to be kept in-the-know about this new book (as-yet-unnamed), contact me and I’ll put on my newsletter list.

Please take a moment to thank a veteran for his/ her service to our country.

You don’t know how valuable that might be for their peace of mind.

Happy 4th of July!

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