Portland, OR Vietnam War Memorial I received this photo from a reader in Portland, Oregon who visited the city’s Vietnam War Memorial and look what was front and center in the section honoring those KIA during 1968. Thank you Andy for sending me this …
Thank You Norfolk, VA Barnes & Noble Thank you Norfolk, Va for the great turnout, and Emily and the crew at the Barnes N Noble/Community College Mall for the great placement for Legend on the Father’s Day display table. All ten copies of Legend are signed. (Coming soon photo
SOFREP.com : Eric Blehm’s “Legend”: A Must-Read SOG/Aviation Story Thank you John Stryker Meyer, both for your service to our Nation during Vietnam, AND for this great review of LEGEND that ran today at SOFREP.COM and SOFREP’s FB page. Special Forces Senior Medic Lee Martin vivi
Norfolk Virginia Navy Base LEGEND Book Signing I will be at the Norfolk Virginia Navy Base, [NEXCOM Norfolk / Store 10 / Main store] this Saturday, May 16th from 1100 to 1300 (that’s 11am to 1pm). There have been so many readers of both FEARLESS and LEGEND from Norfolk and Virgi
Thank You Texas Veterans! Thank you to all the Veterans—especially the Vietnam Veterans— active duty military, and family members who came out to my events this past week in the great state of Texas! Here are a few photos from Fort Sam Houston, The Twig Book Store, Fort Hood, and Hast
Richard Nixon Presidential Library Talk More than half of the 100 plus patrons of the Richard Nixon Presidential Library talk last night were Veterans, all of whom were thanked for their service throughout the evening with handshakes and hugs. Thank you also to the volunteers who brin
So honored to be here in Orlando,FL at the 240th assault Helicopter Company reunion on the 46th anniversary of the May 2, 1968 mission recounted in Legend. Will post an Album of photos later but here are a few shots of survivors and family members of those who were killed that day 46
Thank you Warwick’s books for packing the house for the launch of Legend last night. Off to Orlando this morning for the 240th Assault Helicopter Company reunion tomorrow. Thank you all for spreading the word about Legend!
The unforgettable account and courageous actions of the U.S. Army’s 240th Assault Helicopter Company and Green Beret staff sergeant Roy Benavidez, who risked everything to rescue a Special Forces team trapped behind enemy lines.