We Shall Never Forget You by Eagle Scout Stephen Hunter
Our Hometown Heroes:From Berlin to Baghdad

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"“We Shall Never Forget” is a collection of exciting real-life stories about our hometown military heroes from the Edgewater/Annapolis, Maryland area.  The book was written by Eagle Scout Stephen Hunter with the assistance of fellow Scouts Curtis Hatch, Daniel Hunter, Eric Kalin, James Metz and Jason Palumbo.  It’s a tribute to the men and women who fought and died to protect our freedom, beginning in Berlin during World War II, where U.S. Army Sgt. Chuck Roydhouse suffered near-fatal wounds in helping to free allied soldiers from Nazi prison camps, to the jungles of Vietnam where Navy pilot Bill Lawrence risked his life to complete his bombing mission and ended up serving seven years in a concentration camp, along with U.S. Senator John McCain, and on to the deserts of Afghanistan, where Army Black Hawk helicopter pilot Tommy Gibbons sacrificed his very life during Operation Enduring Freedom.  This book also features the brave adventures of Astronaut and Helicopter Pilot Wendy Lawrence, Pacific Ocean Rescuer Robert McNitt, Distinguished Soldier and police detective Charlie Cowell, Vietnam helicopter pilot Mike Williams, Old Guard veteran Butch Trainum, Vietnam veteran Buddy Jones and decorated Marine James Parrish.

About Eagle Scout Stephen Hunter

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Stephen Hunter was born on March 25, 1946, in Kansas City, Missouri. He received a bachelor's degree in journalism from Northwestern University in 1968. He spent two years in the United States Army as a ceremonial soldier in Washington, D.C., and later wrote for a military paper, the Pentagon News. In 1971, he joined The Baltimore Sun as a copy editor and he became its film critic in 1982. He won the American Society of Newspaper Editors Distinguished Writing Award in the criticism category in 1998 and the Pulitzer Prize for Criticism in 2003. Stephen Hunter is the author of such chilling spy stories as The Master Sniper, The Second Saladin, and Dirty White Boys. He is the author of the Bob Lee Swagger series and the Earl Swagger series. His books are full of ex-Nazis, international thieves, and gun-toting bad guys, and feature non-stop action and fast-paced plots. He has also written non-fiction books including Violent Screen: A Critic's 13 Years on the Front Lines of Movie Mayhem, American Gunfight, and Now Playing at the Valencia.
Published May 9, 2005 by AuthorHouse. 79 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction

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