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memberbooks


For complete descriptions of these member books, visit www.moaa.org/memberbooks.


NONFICTION


1001 Things to Love about Military Life. By Tara Crooks, Starlett Henderson, Kathie Hightower, and Holly Scherer. Center Street. ISBN 978-1-4555-0283-7.


9/11 Ordinary People: Extraordinary Heroes — NYC, The First Battle in the War Against Terror! By Col. Will G. Merrill Jr., USA-Ret. CreateSpace. ISBN 9781456312213.


Highpockets: The Man. The Marine. The Legend. By Zona Gayle Murray. Direct2Press .com. ISBN 978-0-578-03549-9.


Isolating the Guerilla. By Lt. Col. Michael F. Trevett, USA. Tate Publishing & Enterprises. ISBN 978-1-61346-389-5.


The Liberty Cipher: Cold Warfare IV. By Capt. Patrick J. Pacalo, AUS, Ph.D. Pub- lishAmerica. ISBN 978-1-4626-0908-6.


Navigating Life’s Roadways: Stories of Insight From My Odyssey and Inspira- tion for Your Journey. By Lt. Col. Deborah L. Parker, USAR-Ret. CreateSpace. ISBN 1453849858.


Our War: The History and Sacrifices of an Infantry Battalion in the Vietnam War, 1968-1971. By Col. David W. Taylor, USAR-Ret. War Journal Publishing. ISBN 978- 0-9832683-0-7.


U5: The Truth Behind the Lives. By CWO2 Jesus B. Torres, USA. Xlibris. ISBN 978-1-4363- 3666-6.


FICTION The Adventurers. By Lt. Cmdr. John J. Noone, USNR-Ret. ISBN 978-1-4507-7305-8.


Forty Years at the Bar: Memories of a Down East Lawyer. By Cmdr. James T. Cheatham, USNR-Ret. Professional Press. ISBN 978-1-57087-755-1.


MEMOIR Every Day in the Army Is Like Sunday on the Farm. By Col. James R. Lay, USA-Ret. Brentwood Publishers Group. ISBN 978-1- 59581-653-5.


A Lesser Tale of the South Pacific: Remi- niscences of World War II. By Brig. Gen. Edmund L. DuBois, USA-Ret. PublishAmerica. ISBN 978-1-4560-0455-2.


For submission information, see page 20. 76 MILITARY OFFICER FEBRUARY 2012 Kudos


facesofmoaa


Do you know an MOAA member who is making an impact? To nominate a candidate for “Faces of MOAA,” see the MOAA Directory, page 20.


They come to MOAA with various interests and experiences, and together they make the association strong. Read on to learn more about your fellow MOAA members.


Capt. Donald Leo Bach, USNR-Ret. (member since 2009): Bach graduated from Naval Offi cer Candidate School, Newport, R.I., in November 1968. He spent a year in Washington, D.C., at


the Bureau of Naval Personnel before being assigned to the USS Benjamin Stoddert (DDG-22), serving a tour in Vietnam. After 26 years in the reserves, he attained the designation of surface warfare offi cer. Recently, Bach re- ceived the Charles L. Goldberg Distinguished Service Award from the Wis- consin Law Foundation.


Col. William S. “Ziggy” Bernfeld, USA-Ret. (member since 2009): Bernfeld retired in 2002 after 10 years of active duty and 20 years of reserve service. He served as a commander


for 10 units. Moving to Smyrna, Del., in 2010 after retiring from his New York CPA practice, Bernfeld transferred his six years of active involvement with the Civil Air Patrol (CAP) to Delaware. On Sept. 11, 2011, Bernfeld was appointed a CAP colonel and the 21st commander of the Delaware Wing.


Maj. Larry S. Potter, USAF-Ret. (member since 1985): Potter retired in 1985 after 21 years of service. He earned an MBA from the University of North Dakota in 1974 and a master’s in


education from the University of Southern Maine in 1988. Potter taught for 15 years as a professor of business at the University of Maine at Presque Isle. Potter was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease in January 2003. He is pro- fi led on a website, www.remembering4you.com, created and maintained by his wife, Dr. Ethelle G. Lord, after she became his caregiver.


Lt. Col. James Rudy, USA-Ret. (Life Member since 1988): Rudy served 26 years in the Army, with two tours in Vietnam fl ying helicopters. He has given 14 presentations about patrio-


tism and his experience in the Army to more than 1,500 South Carolina chil- dren as a volunteer speaker for the Joe Foss Institute. Rudy also serves as the public aff airs offi cer for Flotilla 25 of the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary.


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