Countdown to LEGEND: Jacqueline Kennedy’s visit to Cambodia in November 1967, hosted by Prince Norodom Sihanouk had suspicious timing with some of the cloak and dagger aspects of the Special Forces mission “across the fence” as told in LEGEND. For more info about LEG
Countdown to LEGEND: This is Robin, Air Force, Forward Air Controller (FAC) (left) and Jerry, Army Green Beret (right). Robin risked his career by calling in a tactical emergency [air support] across the neutral border of Cambodia to save the lives of a recon team about to be overrun
Countdown to LEGEND: This is Brian (center), a Green Beret radioman flanked by South Vietnamese CIDG (Civilian Irregular Defense Group) soldiers atop Nui Ba Ra, a critical radio outpost supporting recon missions in Cambodia during the Vietnam war. Not long after this photo was taken,
Countdown to LEGEND: Two F-100 Super Sabres were the first “fast movers” to arrive on scene and provide close air support to the surrounded recon team on May 2, 1968 as told in LEGEND. For more info or to pre-order your copy click here. Thank you!
Countdown to LEGEND: This is Bill (center), the Aircraft Commander of Greyhound 4. He, as well as his Huey “Slick” were shot multiple times during the first extraction attempt on the May 2, 1968 rescue mission and is one of the unsung heroes of the 240th Assault Helicopter
LEGEND releases in one month! Every day until APRIL 28th, I will post a photo introducing you to the men and places depicted in the book… This is Danny. He was an infantryman then door gunner and ultimately a crew chief on a Maddog Gunship in the 240th Assault Helicopter Company
I'm thrilled to share with you all the LEGEND book trailer, created by the extremely-talented Danny Fallis. Thank you Danny for dropping everything to fit this into your busy schedule these past weeks. Please share this widely. Thank you!!!!
Eric Blehm will be speaking next week on April 24th to the Barbara Bush Foundation For Family Literacy at the Celebration of Reading Event. Eric was invited personally by the Bush family as one of their favorite authors to speak at their 25th Annual Gala Event at the Hobby Center in
I just sent Jason Redman, the author of The Trident a photo taken while I was reading his manuscript in the High Sierra mountains where I go backpacking almost every summer. I found this perfect granite recliner and read for hours.
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.