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William H. Labarge

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  • Road to Gold | William H. Labarge

    Road to Gold

    • UNABRIDGED (8 hrs and 1 min)
    • By William H. Labarge
    • Narrated By Brett Barry
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    Sullivan meets the grueling demands of the Navy's basic flight program, learning to handle high-altitude crises and hazardous landings.

  • Hornet's Nest | William H. Labarge

    Hornet's Nest

    • UNABRIDGED (6 hrs and 54 mins)
    • By William H. Labarge
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    Hornet's Nest follows an aircraft carrier's tour of duty during 1985, offering shoot-'em-up action and a mindset that equates Middle Eastern with terrorist. Central to this unsavory tale are fighter pilots 'Sweetwater' Sullivan and 'Sundance' Karnes and Sweetwater's squadron, the Fighting Aardvarks, who seem like free-wheeling, hard-partying frat brothers armed with technical training, powerful weapons and minds uncluttered by any understanding of the complex political events that dominate their lives.

  • Desert Voices | William H. LaBarge

    Desert Voices

    • UNABRIDGED (7 hrs and 31 mins)
    • By William H. LaBarge
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    America's strength has always been her people. Never has this strength been more evident than in time of war. From the Revolution on, the history of America at war has always been the history of ordinary men and women doing extraordinary things. But in the past, it has taken years, sometimes even decades, for those heroic men and women to be heard, for their individual stories to be told.

    Jan says: "You really do want to read/hear this book!"
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