Tales of the Peacetime Army

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Paragraph Line Books, 2007 - Fiction - 104 pages
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The mission of the United States Army is to fight and win in combat. But what is its mission in peacetime? A young philosophy student drifts into the Army during the Reagan era and is shipped off to Europe to train and train and train to fight a war that would never be fought.

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About the author (2007)

John Sheppard developed an interest in writing later in life than many. He grew-up reading and enjoying the works of authors; E.G. Poe, Jack London, Leo Tolstoy, and John Hersey. Currently, John is an engineer for a major Japanese automobile company. He has a BA in Biblical studies. John prefers to mix history and suspense as he writes. His books Ten Days, and Seeds of the Bitter Harvest are part of the "Fallen Capital" Series.

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