Charles H. Walker remained in the Army Reserve after serving in World War II. He spent ten exciting years as a bush pilot in Ontario, Canada, before returning to the United States and serving for twelve years as a county commissioner. Now retired, Walker concentrates on writing historically accurate stories about the military and pioneering. He lives in Pembina, North Dakota.
Format: Paperback, 256 pages
Publisher: Presidio Press On Sale: September 28, 2004 Price: $7.99
For the U.S., Guadalcanal was a bloody seven-month struggle under brutal conditions against Japanese troops deeply entrenched and determined to fight to the death. In Combat Officer, Walker captures the conflict in all its horror, chaos, and heroism: the hunger, the heat, the deafening explosions and stench of death, the constant...
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