Author: Kerry Patton
Illustrated by Rachel Simmons
“This book is for the future of America – our children. The author of this book hopes that the book will be read to children all across this great land, and that those who read it will engage in dialogue that far exceeds the writing on these pages.”
“There is no better time in our history as Americans to bond together as family to discuss our history and Constitution as well as Patriotic duties and responsibilities. Patton and Simmons have created a foundation in this book comprised of morals and values which every American should instill within our country’s future, and that of our children.”
“This book serves well as the first step to bring family together and discuss such important aspects of being Ambassadors to the rest of the world and our own communities.” – Paul E. Vallely; Chairman Stand Up America
The Buffalo Rock
Author: Bob Faulkner
“Spurring that little mustang, I was hopin’ he had one more mile left in him. I heard a swish and something hit my right side. I could feel the cold shaft of an arrow against my skin and warm blood runnin’ down my ribs. An arrowhead was stickin’ out of the front of my shirt and I figured I’d taken it right through the lung.”
The Buffalo Rock, is a change of pace. This historical fiction returns us to a time when conflicts were well defined and the battles were definitive. In the summer of 1923 Grant Collins takes a leave from his languishing career as a journalist in Saint Louis and travels to Montana to interview Tornado Tom Thomas, who is purported to be the last living rider of the Pony Express. Grant finds Tom at his Buffalo Rock Ranch, a sprawling enterprise which Tom has hewn from the Montana wilderness.
Author: M.M. Terrence
Edgy and hard hitting terrorist thriller that follows the adventures of a newly trained American intelligence agent fighting in the covert war on terrorism.
The attack of 9/11 has devastated America when American graduate student Yasmina al Amar is asked to volunteer her services as a translator for Homeland Security. Fluent in Arabic and schooled in Middle Eastern politics by her newspaper publisher father, she is secretly recruited to gather information against al Qaeda by American intelligence.
On her first assignment in Saudi Arabia she is uncovered as a covert operative by Mohammed bin Fasheed, a prominent international businessman, and the commander of al Qaeda in Saudi Arabia. Kidnapped by Fasheed and condemned to die a slow and torturous death at a remote Bedouin desert camp, Yasmina escapes, surviving against all odds, and retaliates against her enemies. Ingeniously using tribal skills and modern Western techniques, she exacts a special brand of brutal retribution upon the terrorists as she dismantles al Qaeda’s carefully laid plans to assassinate the Saudi royal family.
Leadership—Combat Leaders and Lessons
Essays by Members of the Class of 1959 United States Military Academy
Those called to the military profession draw inspiration from a rich heritage – a heritage bequeathed to them by individuals of courage and integrity who have protected our country throughout its history. In like manner the heritage of West Point draws cadets and graduates to the metaphor of the “Long Gray Line.” Something in those formative early years, annealed by the life experiences of our distinctive calling, binds us in spirit, one to another. It is a remarkable, and durable, bond that extends from one generation to the next – tying lives from the past to those of the future. It exerts a powerful influence within the halls of West Point as well as throughout the larger community of those attracted to the military profession and making up our armed forces. Indeed, the reflections in this book are intended for all who seek enlightened leadership – throughout the entire American military, and beyond.
by Maj. General Paul Vallely (US ARMY, Ret.) & Lt. General Tom McInerney (USAF, Ret.)
Washington, D.C.—Hailed as two of the finest military analysts around, Lt. General Tom McInerney (USAF, Ret.) and Maj. General Paul Vallely (US ARMY, Ret.) believe time is of the essence-if the U.S. does not act now to simultaneously snip the threads of the terror web, Americans may face a far more devastating event than September 11, even before the presidential election. Their new book, Endgame: The Blueprint for Victory in the War on Terror, details shocking “nightmare scenarios” that could become reality if the U.S. does not move beyond Iraq now, and take on other nations in the Web of Terror.
Operation Sucker Punch
by Paul E. Vallely & Kevin Collins
…Blood for our Future, a thriller where the stakes portrayed could not be higher. President Harlan Andrews of the US prepares to launch a joint preemptive first strike with Israel against the world’s Radical Islamic Terror States. The strike must be pre-emptive and carried out with overwhelming lethal force. A top secret intelligence report proves that there are just months remaining before Mohammed Waleed, the Iranian Islamic leader, completes the building of deliverable atomic weapons. The tension builds as time runs out. The plan is to trick and set a ruse for the radical Islamist to attack Israel. Then, they will fight a war based on America and Israel’s timetable. Only this pre-emptive offensive can save the free world from the global caliphate. If the plan works Waleed and his allies will be annihilated in this winner-take-all war. If the plan fails, America’s President and Israel’s Prime Minister will be tried as war criminals.
by John Capone
The United States Constabulary was created specifically to assist the American military government to restore law and order to a war torn country and provide for the security of the German population.
In the words of then Secretary of State James F. Byrnes, “It is the view of the American government that the German people … be given the primary responsibility … to manage their own internal affairs in a democratic way, with genuine respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms and win their way back to an honorable place among the free and peace loving nations of the world”.
In its newfound role as an occupying force, the United States Constabulary brought stability and security to the American Zone of Occupation and enabled Germany to emerge as a democracy. They helped to win the peace. They were the Forgotten Peacekeepers.
Forgotten Peacekeepers contains numerous first-hand accounts and photographs of the constabulary’s post-war activities.
Liberty for All, The Patriot’s Primer
by Phill Rolen and Jason Thomas
“Liberty for All” provides historical perspective to modern problems for future solutions and we hope that it changes the way you view politics in America as much as it has Jason and I over the course of the production. These are monumental times in which we live and only creativity, ingenuity, and a willingness to break away from the herd mentality that has prevailed in our society for so long will provide us with the tools needed, for the solutions we seek.
by Dave Pearson
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The Intelink—the secret U.S. Intelligence Communities’ intranet—is under attack by a rogue group of hackers, known as STORM. Recruiting the talent of super-hacker Dutch, STORM journeys to Compound Five, a combat training facility of the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, to attack the Intelink. This is not the hack Dutch had anticipated, as he finds himself alongside the STORM hackers pitted against a special unit of Navy SEALs, in a struggle to stay alive.