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An Interview with Wolfpack Publishing

Wolfpack Publishing recently reached out, wanting to ask me a few questions. What follows is the full interview.   Wolfpack Publishing: Could you give us a little background as to how you got started as a writer? Robert Vaughan: I can’t remember when I didn’t want to […]

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My Only “Mission” as a CAP Cadet

My Only “Mission” as a CAP Cadet

When I was high school, I joined the Cadet Corps of the Civil Air Patrol. It was great fun. The CAP furnished a couple of L-5 airplanes, and the CAP pilots got free time. My Dad was a pilot in the CAP and I got my first […]

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Their Last Full Measure of Devotion

Memorial Day has come [and gone], and our thoughts turn to those men and women who, in Abraham Lincoln’s words, gave “their last full measure of devotion” for their country. Of the just under one million men and women who have been killed in theater during all […]

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We Ran Out of Music

When I was in the fifth grade, and taking trumpet lessons from Mr. Collins, who was the band director for the high school band, I asked him a question. “Will we ever use every possible mathematical combination of notes on treble and bass clefs, so that we […]

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Three Day Pass

David had the car, a 1951 Ford coupe. I rode shotgun, and Logan stretched out in the back seat. We were students in the helicopter crew chief’s class at Ft. Rucker, and had our first three day pass. As it so happened, it was also spring, and […]

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The Valkyrie Mandate

The Valkyrie Mandate

The Valkyrie Mandate tells a gripping, unforgettable story of peace and war, love and hate…and one man’s struggle to defend what he knows in his heart to be right. Justin Barclay holds an exalted position of respect and honor among the Asian community. He alone understands the […]

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Vietnam Montage Article

Vietnam Montage Article

  Here is another story from back in the mid-fifties When I was a private in the army at Ft. Rucker. On Saturday mornings we generally had a class like “Character Guidance” or we would have an inspection in ranks, or, we would have a barracks inspection.We […]

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VIETNAM MONTAGE ARTICLE

Young soldiers today don’t pull KP. So….for those who never had the rewarding episode of pulling KP….let me share the experience with you.In the old army there was a duty roster which was posted on the company bulletin board. You were required to check the bulletin board […]

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VIETNAM MONTAGE ARTICLE

VIETNAM MONTAGE ARTICLE

  I was in Newport News, VA, out of the army, and enjoying the success of BRANDYWINE’S WAR. It was national best-seller, it had received rave reviews, and I had sold the movie rights to Mark Carliner productions for a very decent amount of money. Unfortunately, the […]

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VIETNAM MONTAGE ARTICLE 1957

  IT WAS MAY OF 1957 and I had gone into town to pick up my date. She was still a senior in high school then, and was at a school club meeting. I was invited to come in and wait for her. There was a man […]

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