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Warlord: A Life of Winston Churchill
at War, 1875-1945. By Lt. Col. Carlo
D’Este, AUS-Ret. Harper Collins Publish-
ers. ISBN 978-0-06-057573-1.
Hybrid Vehicles and the Future of
Personal Transportation. By Cmdr.
They come to MOAA with various interests and experiences,
Allen E. Fuhs, USNR-Ret. Taylor & Fran-
cis Group. ISBN 978-1-4200-7534-2.
and together they make the association strong. Read on to learn
more about your fellow MOAA members.
A Different Path: The Story of
an Army Family. By Maj. Gen. Neal
Creighton, USA-Ret. Xlibris Corp. ISBN
Lt. James N. Phillips Jr., USN-Ret. (member since 2008):
Flying Without Wings, the Story of
Phillips joined the Air Force in 1974 and the Navy in 1986 as a sup-
Carroll Guy: A World War II Bomber
Pilot. By Sallie Guy. Dog Ear Publishing.
ply corps offi cer. He retired in 1995. After a brief career in the Boy Scouts of
America, he joined the VA as an acquisition professional. A 15-year member of
the National Contract Management Association (NCMA), Phillips recently was
The Lions of Iwo Jima: The Story of
awarded the NCMA’s Fellow designation, the association’s third-highest award.
Combat Team 28 and the Bloodiest
battle in Marine Corps History.
By Maj. Gen. Fred Haynes, USMC-Ret.,
and James A. Warren. Henry Holt and Co.
LLC. ISBN 0-8050-8325-1.
Kathleen and Lt. Col. Thomas Rodgers, USAF-Ret.
Cold Warfare II: Political Terror.
(member since 2008): Kathleen Rodgers spent nearly two
By Capt. Patrick J. Pacalo, USAR-Ret., Ph.D.
decades working to craft and sell a book inspired by her husband’s career as a
PublishAmerica. ISBN 1-60672-355-3.
military pilot. The Final Salute (Leatherneck Publishing, 2008) centers on mil-
One Last Hope: Strategies to
itary pilots and their families and is set during the fi rst Gulf War, and the main
Prevent Imminent National Decline character is named for a family friend killed in a mid-air collision in 1980.
and Create a Better Future.
By Capt. Frank Camelio, USN-Ret.
Xlibris Corp. ISBN 978-1-4363-5599-5.
The Little Guy’s Stock Market
Capt. Alan L. Ross, USN-Ret. (member since 1990): Ross
Survival Guide. By Col. Al Smith,
USMC-Ret. Cromwell-Smith Services.
started Heroes Fund Inc. (www.alra.us/heroes_fund.html
fundraising arm of a group that supports 160 servicemembers deployed to
Iraq — presently, the Bulldogs of Bravo Company, 1st Battalion, 5th Infantry
Lessons Along the Journey. By Cmdr.
Richard Maffeo, USN-Ret. Xulon Press.
Regiment, 1st Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division. Each
month, volunteers send health and comfort items and nonperishable foods.
Ross also helps run a volunteer network for job seekers.
Will Max Reach 100? By Lt. Col.
R. Max Bowser, USAF-Ret. Marathon
International Book Co. ISBN 978-1-
Cmdr. Donald B. Simmons III, USN (member since 2005):
Brain Storms: Surviving Cata-
strophic Illness. By Capt. Les Duncan,
Simmons, a Florida native, currently is CO of Fleet Readiness
USAF-Ret. Tate Publishing and Enter-
Center Western Pacifi c, Atsugi, Japan. He’s been on active duty more than 19
prises. ISBN 978-1-60462-223.
years and is a volunteer youth soccer and fl ag football coach. He also enjoys
running and is training for the Tokyo Marathon, which takes place March 22.
Uncovering the Secrets of a Southern
His father, CWO4 Donald B. Simmons Jr., USN-Ret., is an MOAA Life Mem-
Family: A Memoir. By Lt. Col. Wayne E.
ber and is active in the MOAA St. Petersburg (Fla.) Area Chapter. MO
Busbice, USAF-Ret., and Patricia Busbice.
AuthorHouse. ISBN 978-1-4343-2366-8.
Submissions: Do you know an MOAA member who is making an impact? To nominate a
For submission information, see page 18. candidate for “Faces of MOAA,” see the MOAA Directory, page 18.
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