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Each chapter of this novel represents a PPV or special event, such as Tribute Of The Troops or Wrestlemania. It includes every PPV during the year, and the special events that are held, and does not attempt to miss any. These are my dream matches. Comment yours.
fighting war but for what cause whats the reason?
Troops are moved to the rail road for deployment to Europe in Fort Worth Texas 1943.
Fragment Earth â€“ An epic adventure into madness, this series of short stories explores the chains that bind the human spirit to the repetition of survival.
S.S.H.U.T.: Identifying Evil
What if people could think for themselves? No, I don't mean rotating the...
Help a wounded soldier. Vote everyday through March 3rd
By Dan Daugherty
Ever since I joined the military in 1983 I have been having combat related dreams. After about two years of the same dream over and over again, I decided to start writing it down formally. This is what I have from over the years. It is still in progress and I am on Chapter 6 at this...
A welcome home to a true hero.
"JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- "Thank you for being here!" Tyler Southern said to a crowd of thousands surrounding his home as he returned from Afghanistan.
Southern, a U.S. Marine, had both legs and one arm taken by an explosive device while he was serving in the war...
Thus is dedicated to all the soldiers that have fought in the war. And the veterans left but not forgotten under the ground. My heart goes out to their families. May God keep you and love you
Poetry | Updated Mar 15, 2010 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
By Blood Dragon
This is a tale of one man and the war inside of him but it isn't finshed and really wouldn't say it's started.
Book | Updated Mar 13, 2010 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
My grandson is in Iraq.
By Brian Peza Perrins
The war veteran's plight
Often lasts throught their life
By Clyde Donard
Final part of my memoir on reading stuff.
so many people to look up to, the real heroes