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Helms

Nathaniel R. Helms is a Vietnam veteran, former police officer, and writer who lives in St. Charles, MO. Helms worked in newspapers, wire services, radio and television before retiring to teach.

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MY MEN ARE MY HEROES
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GREAT ADMIRALS
Combining scholarship with readability, this collection of nineteen biographical essays has been... Read More
AMERICAN NAVAL HISTORY, 3RD EDITION
This third edition updates a popular chronology of U.S. naval history with new thorough coverage of... Read More
AMERICAN NAVAL HISTORY, 2D EDITION
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GREAT AMERICAN NAVAL BATTLES
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Alexander

Col. Joseph H. Alexander, USMC served in the Corps for 29 years as an assault amphibian officer. He has written six books, including Utmost Savagery and Edson’s Raiders. He was the Naval Institute Author of the Year in 1996 and Naval History Author of the Year in 2010. He was the principal historian and writer on the exhibit design team throughout the construction of the National Museum of the Marine Corps. He lived in Asheville, North Carolina. Col. Alexander passed away on 28 September 2014. He was 76 years old.

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UTMOST SAVAGERY
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EDSON'S RAIDERS
Under the fiery leadership of Merritt "Red Mike" Edson, the 1st Marine Raider Battalion... Read More
THROUGH THE WHEAT
One of the great defining moments in the history of the U.S. Marine Corps was their participation... Read More
STORM LANDINGS
The Pacific War changed abruptly in November 1943 when Admiral Chester W. Nimitz unleashed his... Read More
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Joseph Alexander

Joseph Alexander Colonel, U. S. Marine Corps (Ret.) served 28 years of active duty as a Marine Corps assault amphibian officer, including two combat tours in Vietnam and five years at sea. He commanded a company in Vietnam, and a battalion in Okinawa, then went on to serve as chief of staff of the Third Marine Division; Director, Marine Corps Research and Development Center; and Military Secretary to the Commandant of the Marine Corps. He retired in 1988. His higher education includes studies at Georgetown University and the Naval War College.

Jack Sweetman

Jack Sweetman is a historian and the author, co-author, translator, editor or co-editor of 10 books and many shorter pieces in the field of naval and military history. For many years he was consulting editor of the Naval Institute's Naval History magazine, and he is a recipient of the Alfred Thayer Mahan Award for Literary Achievement and a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society. Mr. Sweetman is co-author of the Naval Institute book Leathernecks: An Illustrated History of the U.S. Marine Corps.

Dr. Charles P. Neimeyer

Dr. Charles P. Neimeyer Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Marine Corps (Ret.) is currently the Director and Chief of Marine Corps History at Marine Corps University, Quantico, Virginia. Prior to taking this post in December 2006, Dr. Neimeyer was Dean of Academics at Forrest Sherman Chair of Public Diplomacy at the Naval War College in Newport, Rhode Island. From 1997-2002,he worked as a full-time professor of National Security Affairs at the institution.


 
 

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