Saturday, September 12, 2009

Medal of Honor recipients say you can be hero too

"They were all dead men who refused to die.

Outnumbered by the enemy, they risked everything to save the soldiers around them -- and they succeeded.

They are heroes, and they have the hardware to prove it. When more than 50 of the 95 living recipients of the Medal of Honor meet in Chicago this week for their annual convention, they'll form one of the nobler gatherings this city has seen. Never before have the Medal of Honor recipients convened here."

To read more about these special people, click here.

Book Review - 'Breach of Trust' by DiAnn Mills

"When DiAnn Mills takes on the CIA as a subject, her promise to 'Expect an Adventure' takes on a completely new dimension.

In 'Breach of Trust,' Mills recounts the story of Mikaela Olsson, survivor of a failed CIA mission. She has left the CIA, her old identity and the world she knew. Now a small town librarian known as Paige Rogers, she is trying to build a new life and protect those she left behind."

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