(Posted: April 30, 2011)

Pararescue was a term that I had not heard of until I met Rodger Klenovich at my book signing at Main Street Mercantile in Bradford, PA.  He kindly took the time to comment after reading my book.  He served in Vietnam as a pararescueman. To realize that men, like Rodger, approve of my book is the greatest compliment that I could receive.

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