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Colonel Evans is a combat veteran and enthusiastic follower of history. He is a member of the Military Writers Society of America (MWSA) and enjoys a variety of literature including his love of western stories.
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E. Franklin Evans is an award-winning author and publisher for varied authors. Sought out and selected to publish a Leadership book by the United States Army's prestigious Armor School, he was also selected to publish a compendium of photos and land grant documents of historical Cades Cove in the Great Smoky Mountain's history. His experience as a reviewer lends credence to his expertise in literature development. His awards include the MWSA Founder's Award for his memoir, the iUniverse Reader's Choice, Editor's Choice, and Publisher's Choice Awards for his
Stand To...A Journey to Manhood.
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You don't have to wait any longer. It is HERE! Read My Shorts is available from me via email, phone call, carrier pigeon, or Pony Express Riders. Online soon. A short (125 ) anthology of Pacific travel, love lost, historical places, and ghostly visits.
This is an anthology of short stories and personal writings of experiences past. A short read (125 pages), please enjoy stories of Amelia Earhart, spirits around, and travels in the Pacific.
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A book about a young man who grows up quickly. From teenager to leader of men in combat, a complete metamorphosis occurs. Beginning with a personal loss to deciding on his future, this engaging tale explores the highs and lows of his time in the jungle. A timeless story about the emotions and friendships one makes. An award-winning novel which, …" is one of this decades 'Top 10 Best Memoirs'."(William McDonald, founder of the Military Writers Society of America-MWSA. Colonel "Evans has given the non-military world a readable account of the life-shaping episodes into infantry life in Vietnam." (Brigadier General David E. K. Cooper, US Army.)
Colonel Evans' memoir depicts how the struggle for survival brings about closeness among men. Evans and his comrades worked for a common goal, despite the danger threatening them: to stay alive and to defeat the enemy. They became a brotherhood with single mind and purpose. This work is relevant to today’s soldiers as they face the same emotions Evans faced.
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AMERICA REMEMBERS - World War II veteran Bob Maxwell, the nation’s oldest Medal of Honor recipient, has died in Oregon more than seven decades after grabbing a blanket and throwing himself on a German hand grenade in France to save his squad mates. He was 98.
Born on Oct. 26, 1920, in Boise, Idaho, Maxwell was drafted into the U.S. Army during World War II. Though he was a Quaker, he declined conscientious objector status and entered the service in Colorado.
Maxwell earned the nation's highest military honor while fighting in Besancon, France, on Sept. 7, 1944, the newspaper reported. The bomb severely injured him, but the blanket saved his life by absorbing some of the impact.
He was also awarded two Silver Stars, two Purple Hearts, a Bronze Star and two French combat awards — the French Croix de Guerre and the Legion d'Honneur — for his service in World War II.
Award winning author, E. Franklin Evans, introduces
his first novel (novella). Frank is a retired Lieutenant
Colonel of infantry and a counterintelligence special
agent in the U.S. Army. He is the author of Stand To ... A
Journey to Manhood, a stirring memoir of his combat
tour as an infantry Lieutenant in the jungles of Vietnam.
His last book, Read My Shorts, is a personal anthology
of short stories and Pacific experiences while an army
officer. He has published several books for the clients of his
publishing company, Franklin Morrison Publishing. He
holds master’s degrees in management and computer
resources management, as well as a bachelor’s degree in
criminal justice. He taught microcomputer applications
as an adjunct college professor, has been a research
scientist in digital communications, and is currently,
although retired, a uniformed volunteer for his local
sheriff’s office. He is the father of three grown children
and currently lives in Tennessee with
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