This story should be part of every 8th, 9th grade cirriculum in America, not to support the agony of war, rather to glimpse an understanding of the words " honor the sacrifice ". Well written and narrated ( I have known Navy men; this sounds like one ), A Dawn Like Thunder assigns the reader a place in the Squadron, and one is compelled to participate.
Being a veteran of foriegn war(s), I can attest to the diploima of combat; All life is sacred. This book will help show why. Highly reccommend.
The little country that amost wasn't...The Millionaires Unit helps us remember the values that made America in the first place. Feeling a responsibility borne of circumstance, just being Ameican should make one feel as though they owe the world something. This book shows why we have a place at the table in the first place, and why it is our responsibility to occupy it. Uniquely qualified to contribute, these Men of Boys take us all to the air in this Devil May Care tribute to youth, ideal, and purpose.
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