Book by Tom Graves
Joe Rosenthal Chapter member, Tom Graves talks about his interviews of Nisei Veterans, their battles against wartime suspicion and racism, and overcoming them with their courage and patriotism.
Tuesday • June 11, 2013 • 6:00 pm
Marines’ Memorial Club & Hotel, 609 Sutter Street, San Francisco
Registration at 5:30 pm | Program at 6:00 pm
The IFLC’s Complete Guide to the art of Going Manual by Rod and Robin Deutschmann
Remember last years’ speaker, our own CC Rod Deutschmann and his wife, Robin? They have finished a wonderful new eBook about using your digital camera on manual:
The IFLC’s Complete Guide to the art of Going Manual. Forty Lessons and more than [...]
P.T. Brent authored a new book, 29: an Anthology of Outrageous Stories.
Description on Amazon.com: U.S. Marines by their very culture are strong, bold, disciplined . . . and ultimately victorious. The Irish know how to make something from nothing . . . and still find cheeky humor in a “hard knock” life.
Catholics care [...]
Honorary Life Member and 1982 Denig Award winner Marvin J. Wolf has a new book out–and one of his earlier works, considered a classic of its genre, is back in print.
The Tattooed Rabbi is a mystery thriller set in Southern California. The protagonist is a rabbi working as a private investigator. This is character is [...]
Get a copy from USMCCCA!
If you have not yet read “War Is Not Just For Heroes,” the World War II dispatches and letters of the late CC Red Canup, this is your chance to purchase it at the low post-conference rate of $20, which includes postage.
The book, edited by Red’s daughter, Dr. Linda Keaton-Lima, contains [...]
The Warrior Among Us by Dick Hrebik
Windy City Publishers and I are extremely proud to announce “The Warrior Among Us” just won a prestigious 2012 Military Writers Society of America (MWSA) book award for science fiction. I received the award at their annual conference in Dayton two weeks ago. Being an election year, five predictions [...]
World War II Dispatches and Letters of U.S. Marine Corps Combat Correspondent Claude R. “Red” Canup
Review by Capt Jack T. Paxton, USMC (Ret)
Reprinted courtesy of Leatherneck Magazine
At the outbreak of World War II, Brigadier General Robert L. Denig Sr., then heading the Marine Corps’ Department of Public Relations and tasked with finding experienced reporters, photographers [...]
Tracy Crow is a member of the Florida Chapter and is an assistant professor at Eckerd College. She has a book that’s been reviewed in the Tampa Bay Tribune called “Eyes Right, Confessions From a Woman Marine”. It’s her second book published. The first book is penned under the name Carver Greene called “An Unlawful [...]
Walt Ford tells us that it is official. Chip Jones’ book “War Shots” — the biography on Norm Hatch — is the winner of the Marine Corps Heritage Foundation’s Colonel Joseph Alexander Award for best biography in [...]
Military Historical Tours is looking for a writer to bring to fruition a book started by the late Cy O’Brien on his many trips with that travel organization.
General requirement: This manuscript now needs a writer with the passion of Cy O’ Brien to pull it all together, and give it birth. The requirements, as outlined [...]
Jack, thank you for your hospitality at last week’s event. I know you were very busy, and I appreciate the few minutes we spent together.
I know many of your attendees did not have an opportunity to personally meet Chip Jones, or purchase his book. War Shots is an important book that all of your members [...]
Maj. Norman ‘Norm' Hatch, autographs a copy of War Shots: Norman Hatch and the U.S. Marine Corps Combat Cameramen of WWII.By Lance Cpl. Victor Barrera
Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune
While others were down on the dirt in the prone, he was standing, sometimes with his back to the enemy hearing the mortars go over his [...]