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NONFICTION Ace: The Story of Lt. Col. Ace Cozzalio. By 1st Lt. Rex Gooch, USAR (Ret), Life Member. CreateSpace. ISBN 978-1-50864-246-6.

Allegiance and Devotion. By Lt. Col. Clifton H. Deringer Jr., USA (Ret). Dorrance Publishing Co. ISBN 978-1-48092-508-3.

China as a Maritime Power: The Forma- tive Years: 1945-1983. By Cmdr. David G. Muller Jr., USN (Ret). CreateSpace. ISBN 978-1- 530-31359-4.

Engage With Honor: Building a Culture of Courageous Accountability. By Col. Lee Ellis, USAF (Ret). FreedomStar Media. ISBN 978-0-98387-937-4.

Rock-Solid Living In A Quicksand World: Stepping Stones For Christ-Centered Liv- ing. By Lt. Col. Alfred McGowen, USAFR (Ret). CreateSpace. ISBN 978-1-51467-714-8.

FICTION Christine: A Life In Germany After WWII (1945-1948). By Johanna Willner, Life Mem- ber. AuthorHouse. ISBN 978-1-46343-247-8.

Crossed and Found: Mystery History Series Book One. By Sonny Barber, Life Mem- ber. CreateSpace. ISBN 978-1-49530-405-7.

Gold Hush: Mystery History Series Book Two. By Sonny Barber, Life Member. Cre- ateSpace. ISBN 978-1-49962-383-3.

Princes of War: A Novel of America in Iraq. By Col. Claude Schmid, USAR (Ret). Warriors Publishing Group. ISBN 978-1-94435- 310-0.

The Revenge of the Banker’s Daughter. By Lt. Cmdr. T. Matt Ryan, USN (Ret), Life Member. Kitsap Publishing. ISBN 978-1-94266-128-3.

Stonewalled: Mystery History Series Book Three. By Sonny Barber, Life Member. CreateSpace. ISBN 978-1-51935-129-6.

The Sustainers. By Betty L. Alt, spouse of Col. William E. Alt, USAF (Ret). Dog Ear Publishing. ISBN 978-1-4575-4519-1.

MEMOIR Nine Lives in the Air: The Adventures and Misadventures of an Air Force Pilot. By Lt. Col. Ed Henningson, USAF (Ret). Trafford Publishing. ISBN 978-1-49076-272-2.

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