The Silvery Mustang in War and Peace

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Trafford Publishing, Oct 25, 2005 - Biography & Autobiography
Short stories and chapters based on the life and times of Colonel Raymond Louis Nault. The Depression years and the slow recovery. World War II and his exploits in China-Burma-India. Theater of war: On the ground and in the air. Bail-out from a burning airplane and crash landing another. A novel based on the experiences of Raymond Nault, compiled from the many stories told to his family, relatives, friends, and service buddies in the past 55 years. Information was gleaned from notes, journals, notebooks, slips of paper, napkins, and saved these many years, every now and then compiled into chapters of a particular event; some very brief, others several pages. Full of pictures and clippings. The term mustang was chosen as his designation because of its unique characteristics and because it was suitable for describing a lifestyle and philosophy based on heredity and upbringing. At this time (2003) the silver is in the hair of this mustang.

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