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  • Memoirs of a Combat Service Support Soldier By: CW4 (Retired) Kenneth B.N. "Pete" Hill About the Book The Vietnam War was finally over, but not officially ended. That would not happen until August of 1975. The years leading up to that date found the Army with low mo- rale and low troop numbers. The time was right for a young painter from Pasadena, Texas to enlist and try to forge his own path. At the time the Army was accepting indi- viduals who wanted to join the ranks but that had not completed High School, that was his only chance and he took it. This book describes his journey from the rank of Buck Private (E1) to Chief Warrant Officer Four (CW4). Honing his skills and craft along the way with his myriad of worldwide assignments. He started as a mechanic in support units and ended running some of the Army's largest maintenance facilities. In his later career, he was even asked to assist in rewriting Army Regulations and briefing Generals in the Pentagon. The road was not always paved, and in some cases, it was pot marked with huge craters that had to be pole-vaulted over to achieve his goal. His journey takes him around the world and through various positions and historic Di- visions. Starting his career in the famous 82nd Airborne Division set the tone for his duty performance for the next twenty- eight years. Tours in Germany during the Cold War honed his ability to succeed in the Army Logistical World. Sit back, relax, and enjoy the ride. About the Author CW4 (Ret) Kenneth B.N. "Pete" Hill is a native of Pasadena, Texas where he spent his formative years after his family settled there in the early '60s. He joined the Army in 1974 and was appointed a W01, 630A, Automotive Maintenance Technician in 1987. He retired from active duty in 2002 and retired again from civil service in 2020. Pete was inducted into the Ordnance Corps Hall of Fame in 2006 and the Eagle Rising Society / Warrant Officer Hall of Fame in 2018. He is a Demonstrated Master Logistician. Pete and his family reside in Enterprise, Alabama. *All Funds raised through the sale of this book are donated to the GEN Dennis L. Via All Airborne Signal Chapter of the 82nd Airborne Division Association Scholarship Fund. https://www.airbornesignal.com/ ** All Proceeds that SCRA receive go to the https://gordonhistoricalmuseum.org/
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  • Author: Perry M. Smith Courage, Compassion, Marine: The Unique Story of Jimmie Dyess: The heroism of Marine Lieutenant Colonel Jimmie Dyess is a story for the ages. I highly recommend this book to young people looking for a positive role model, for veterans of all the military services and for those who love history. Sergeant First Class Sammy Davis, Medal of Honor recipient The story of Jimmie Dyess is both remarkable and unique. He earned the Carnegie Medal for extraordinary civilian heroism when he was a teenager. Sixteen years later, he received the Medal of Honor as a result of his heroism in combat. No other individual has received both awards. This book not only tells the Dyess story, it examines the dimensions of heroism. Walter Rutkowski President, Carnegie Hero Fund Commission. The pattern of the life of Jimmie Dyess was remarkable: an Eagle Scout, a recipient of the Carnegie Medal and the Medal of Honor. Herein you will meet a man of valor and benevolence with a fundamental commitment to service above self. Medal of Honor recipient, Hal Fritz, President, Congressional Medal of Honor Society For his extraordinary bravery in the rescue of a drowning woman, Clemson undergraduate Jimmie Dyess received America's top civilian award for heroism, the Carnegie Medal. Sixteen years later, Marine Lieutenant Colonel Dyess led his battalion into combat. He went behind enemy lines to save four wounded Marines. The next day, Dyess was shot and killed. For his exemplary valor and leadership in combat, he received the Medal of Honor. May Jimmie Dyess's life of service and self-sacrifice be an inspiration to all.   About the Author: Perry M. Smith is a teacher, speaker, TV and radio commentator and best-selling author. Hundred of millions of television viewers world-wide came to know him during the 1991 Persian Gulf War for his more than 100 appearances as a military analyst for the Cable News Network, the McNeil-Lehrer News Hour and NBC news. A retired major general, Smith served for 30 years in the U. S. Air Force. During his career he had a number of leadership experiences, including command of the F-15 fighter wing at Bitburg, Germany where he provided leadership to 4000 personnel. Later, he served as the top Air Force planner and as the commandant of the National War College.
Smith’s total number of flying hours as a pilot (mostly in fighter aircraft: F-84, F-100, F-4 and F-15). is 3400 He flew 180 combat missions in the F-4D aircraft over North Vietnam and Laos during the Vietnam War. Smith is married to the former Connor Cleckley Dyess, the daughter of Marine Lieutenant Colonel Jimmie Dyess. She was eight years old when her father was killed in the Marshall Islands in Febraury,1944. The Smith’s have two children, McCoy and Serena, and three grandchildren, Dyess, Porter and Perry IV.
  • Author: Jack Jacobs and Douglas Century A Medal of Honor recipient looks back at his own service in the Vietnam War—and ahead to America’s future. Jack Jacobs was acting as an advisor to the South Vietnamese when he and his men came under devastating attack. Wounded, 1st Lt. Jacobs took command and withdrew the unit, returning again and again, saving fourteen lives—for which he received the Medal of Honor. Here, Col. Jacobs tells his stirring story of heroism, honor, and the personal code by which he has lived his life, and expounds with blunt honesty and insight his views on our contemporary world, and the nature and necessity of sacrifice. If Not Now, When? is a compelling account of a unique life at both war and peace, and the all-too-often unexamined role of the citizenry in the service and defense of the Republic. About the Author Jack Jacobs retired from the Army as a full Colonel in 1987, after more than twenty years of service. Today, he is widely regarded as one of the world’s most knowledgeable—and outspoken—military analysts. His career has bridged the disparate worlds of the military, business and academia. Jacobs serves on a number of charitable boards of directors and is the Vice Chairman of the Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation. He holds the McDermott Chair of Humanities and Public Affairs at the US Military Academy and appears about 500 times annually on television, commenting on defense issues, terrorism, and international affairs.