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NONFICTION First, Fast, Fearless: How to Lead Like a Navy SEAL. By Lt. Cmdr. Brian “Iron Ed” Hiner, USN (Ret). McGraw-Hill Education. ISBN 978-0-07-184488-8.


The National Security Insider: Brain Food & Examples for the Truly Inter- ested. By former Army Reserve Capt. Dr. Patrick Pacalo, Ph.D., Life Member. America Star Books. ISBN 978-1-68122-789-4.


Rebuttal: The CIA Responds to the Senate Intelligence Committee’s Study of Its Detention and Interrogation Program. Edited by Capt. Bill Harlow, USN (Ret). Naval Institute Press. ISBN 978-1- 59114-587-5.


MEMOIR Born on the Fifth of July. By Col. Fredrick O. Phelps, USA (Ret), Life Member. ISBN 978- 1484137956.


Company Grade: Memoir of an Angry Skipper. By Lt. Col. Henry J. Colavita Jr., USA (Ret), Life Member. Hellgate Press. ISBN 978-1-55571-782-7.


A Dusty Boot Soldier Remembers: Twenty-Four Years of Improbable but True Tales of Service with Uncle Sam’s Army. By Col. Lawrence Redmond, USA (Ret), Central Florida Chapter. Hellgate Press. ISBN 978-1-55571-778-0.


My Boyhood War: Warsaw 1944. By former Army 1st Lt. Bohdan Hryniewicz, Life Member, Sarasota (Fla.) Chapter. The History Press. ISBN 978-0750962100.


An Officer’s Story: A Politico-Military Journey. By Capt. Steve Kime, USN (Ret). AuthorHouse. ISBN 978-1-5049- 4975-0.


A Snake in the Road: Things Are Not What They Appear to Be. By Col. William G. Hanne, USA (Ret), Life Member. Michael A. Feinberg. ISBN 978-1943842-88-9.


Vietnam Air Rescues. By Maj. Dave Richardson, USAF (Ret). Create Space. ISBN 978-1434891341.


Where Youth and Laughter Go: With “The Cutting Edge” In Afghanistan. By Lt. Col. Seth W.B. Folsom, USMC. Naval Insti- tute Press. ISBN 978-1-61251-871-8.


For submission information, see page 6. 88 MILITARY OFFICER JANUARY 2016


facesofmoaa Kudos


Do you know a MOAA member who is making an impact? To nominate a candidate for “Faces of MOAA,” see the MOAA Directory, page 6.


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.


Lisa Curtin, Life Member (joined 1999): Curtin recently was selected for the FINRA Foundation Military Spouse Fellowship Accredited Financial Counselor Program. She volunteers for the


Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society and has been an advisor and volunteer for various spouse and family readiness groups during her 20-plus years of marriage to her husband, an active duty naval aviator. Curtin is a member of MOAA’s Currently Serving Spouse Advisory Council.


Adm. Walter F. Doran, USN (Ret), Life Member (joined 1989): Doran was commissioned an ensign through the naval ROTC program. He served in command positions in the Atlantic


and Pacifi c fl eets. Ashore, he served as military assistant to the vice president and assistant to the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff . In 2006, Doran was named president of Raytheon Asia. He serves on MOAA’s board of directors, on its fi nance and audit, member services, and governance committees.


Joan Perry (joined 2001): Perry served in the Women’s Army Corps and later worked for the federal government for 30 years. She has been a volunteer at Conway Medical Center for 23 years


and served nine years on the Conway Medical Center Foundation board and fi ve years on the board of the South Carolina Association of Hospital Aux- iliaries. She is active in the Grand Strand (S.C.) Chapter of MOAA and was the 2015 recipient of MOAA’s Surviving Spouse Liaison Excellence Award.


Col. Wallace Wessel, USMC (Ret), Life Member (joined 1993): Wessel’s active duty military service spanned World War II, Korea, and Vietnam. Since retiring, he has been active with


the Shasta Country (Calif.) Chapter of MOAA, holding every offi cer posi- tion, some of them twice. He represents the chapter at ceremonies for local ROTC and Junior ROTC units and serves on the board of directors for the chapter and the Shasta Marines and Friends. MO


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