Missing in Action

Missing in Action Author Raven Walker
ISBN-10 9780595342242
Release 2005-02
Pages 260
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Missing in Action was written in one month, on a farm on the Little Nemaha, in the summer of 1981, from notes contemporary with 1979 New York City. The work belongs to the genre established by Joyce, present in American Literature as The Great Gatsby, The Sun Also Rises, and Catcher in the Rye, the contemporary novel written in the time of its setting using the selective stream of consciousness of a first person observer to tell the story. It is the story of frontier inversion, of a famed generation putting itself up for sale in the slaving markets of the Big Apple, of a journey into the regenerations of primitivism, of the return of the West to the spawning grounds of the East, like one joins the French Foreign Legion, to escape and forget, a stray splash from the whirlpools of the dispersion occurring within American society after the Viet Nam War Era.



Missing in Action

Missing in Action Author John D. Harvie
ISBN-10 0773513507
Release 1995-07-31
Pages 243
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Missing in Action is the touching personal account of Canadian Air Force navigator John Harvie's experiences during the final months of World War II, including his encounters with the French Resistance and the Gestapo and as a prisoner at the notorious concentration camp in Buchenwald.



Missing in Action

Missing in Action Author Dean Hughes
ISBN-10 9781416999041
Release 2015-02-24
Pages 256
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Dirty. Lazy. Good-for-nothing. Jay Thacker is used to being called names because his dad is half Navajo. But things are different after he and his mother move to a small town in Utah to stay with his grandparents during WWII. Jay makes friends and earns money working the fields for his well-respected grandfather—but he encounters a problem in Ken, a fellow worker who’s from the nearby Japanese internment camp. Ken’s a Jap. And Jay’s dad, who’s been fighting for the navy out in the Pacific, is missing in action. This moving story about an unlikely friendship deftly addresses themes of prejudice and intolerance, providing readers a glimpse of the past that enlightens the present.



Missing in Action

Missing in Action Author Peter David
ISBN-10 9780743429597
Release 2006
Pages 392
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Lost in the farthest reaches of space after being catapulted into the distant Andromeda galaxy, Captain Mackenzie Calhoun and the crew of the USS Excalibur find themselves caught in the middle of a genocidal interstellar war as they desperately seek a way to get home. Original.



Missing in action trail of deceit

Missing in action  trail of deceit Author Larry J. O'Daniel
ISBN-10 UOM:39015046843127
Release 1979
Pages 304
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Missing in action

Missing in action Author Marcus Breen
ISBN-10 IND:30000009628391
Release 1987
Pages 232
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Missing in Action

Missing in Action Author Ralph Riegel
ISBN-10 9781856356947
Release 2010
Pages 256
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The dramatic true story of a brave young soldier who laid down his life to save a comrade, and the struggle to identify his burial place and repatriate his remains. On 15 September 1961, eighteen year old Trooper Patrick Mullins was posted missing after a bloody ambush of an Irish UN convoy in the Congo. During the fierce gun-fight, Mullins was killed and his body taken as spoils of war by the rebel militia. When Ireland finally ended its UN mission in the Congo Tpr. Mullins' body remained buried in an unknown grave. With the 50th anniversary of his death fast approaching, the Mullins family remains caught in the terrible nightmare of maintaining an empty grave at the foothills of the Galtee Mountains. This fascinating book describes Mullins' story, the struggle to find his body, and the difficulties in bringing it home.



Missing in Action

Missing in Action Author Gene F. Moxley
ISBN-10 9780759692725
Release 2002-09-01
Pages 208
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Missing In Action is a compilation of the stories of missing in action crews, told in their own words. These are the crews of the 465th Bomb Group, B-24s from the 15th AAF based at Pantanella, Italy. Nine hundred and fifty-six men from this Group were shot down in combat during the last year of World War Two. These stories will, no doubt, be similar to those of other missing in action American Airmen (sum 79,265 total) and many of the 79,281 missing in action British Airmen from the European theater. There is no more poignant reading than the last statements passed between many of these crewmembers in the act of escaping from a shot down bomber, jumping through a fiery bomb bay to probable capture by mad citizens below, and enduring a German prison camp. These stories were compiled from debriefing records, which were gathered after return to Group, or return to the U.S. following the war, and from the memories of some surviving veterans. Stories include ground experience after being shot down, but are much abridged in this area in order to avoid redundancy. This book will acquaint the reader with the tremendous sacrifices made by the crews, and the level of honor attained by some men in the choices they made in their final hour.



MISSING IN ACTION

MISSING IN ACTION Author Denys Cook
ISBN-10 9781490716015
Release 2013-10-23
Pages 320
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A personal account of being a WW II POW in Stalag 383..



Records Relating to American Prisoners of War and Missing in Action from the Vietnam War Era 1960 1994

Records Relating to American Prisoners of War and Missing in Action from the Vietnam War Era  1960 1994 Author Charles E. Schamel
ISBN-10 0788140388
Release 1997-05-01
Pages 127
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Contents: textual records relating to POWs and MIAs from the Vietnam War (records of military organizations; records of civilian organizations; records of congressional investigations of POW/MIA affairs); electronic records; still pictures; motion pictures and sound and video recordings; cartographic records; military personnel records and veterans administration claims files; documents collected and declassified under the McCain Bill and Executive Order 12812. Appendices: Senate Select Comm. on POW/MIA Affairs records; records of the MACV Ass't. Chief and more.



Missing from Action

Missing from Action Author Robert C. Harris
ISBN-10 9781413439236
Release 2004-01-15
Pages 122
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Unlike his friends, Bobby Harris would not evade the Vietnam draft in 1969. The United States of America had served him well and so he thought it his duty to serve his country. Perhaps he could entertain the troops. And try though he may, the likes of sergeants and commanders were not easily amused. Harris acted on his convictions, exhausting every channel of Army bureaucracy. His antics finally earned his Undesirable Discharge after nine months of gut-wrenching human comedy. Poignant and funny, this true-life account never fails to entertain.



Gender Governance and Feminist Analysis

Gender  Governance and Feminist Analysis Author Christine M Hudson
ISBN-10 9781317201557
Release 2017-07-04
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This edited volume presents critical scholarship analysing governance practices in diverse jurisdictions in Europe and North America, at multiple scales, and in relation to several different arenas of policy and practice. The contributors address shortcomings in the mainstream literature on governance within the discipline of political science. The volume as a whole is marked by geographical and topical diversity. However, what the individual chapters have in common is that each considers whether and how gender, racialized identity, and/or other axes of marginalization are visible within the conceptualizations and/or practices of governance under discussion. Drawing together insights and conceptual tools from both feminist and post-structuralist frameworks in analysing governance practices, this volume will be of great interest to scholars and graduates who engage with feminist and/or post-structural analysis of policy and governance. It will also be of use to critical policy scholars in anthropology, geography, sociology, and women's studies.



Missing in action

Missing in action Author Peggy Ryle
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105035684294
Release 1979
Pages 166
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Missing in Action

Missing in Action Author Mark Davidson
ISBN-10 9781499001310
Release 2014-04-21
Pages 60
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Mark Davidson grew up in South Africa. After completing 2 years of military service as an infantry soldier, he studied and completed a BA Ed degree in Human Movement Sciences at the University of the Free State. His teaching career began in1994 and he has taught in schools in South Africa, Malawi, Taiwan and Australia. While working in the airline industry, he completed a Master of Philosophy degree in Applied Theology at the University of Pretoria. Mark married the love of his life, Bev, in 2000 and they have been blessed with 2 beautiful sons, John and James. He is the pastor of Bridge of Life Christian Fellowship in Tasmania, Australia.



Missing In Action

Missing In Action Author Anne Smollon
ISBN-10 9780595856770
Release 2007-04-26
Pages 126
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"I think I'm MIA," mothers will declare as they battle the negative self-talk, symptoms, and conflicting feelings that are often associated with losing their sense of self. In the insightful and thought-provoking self-help guide Missing In Action: How Mothers Lose, Grieve, and Retrieve Their Sense of Self, author Anne M. Smollon offers a unique perspective on change, loss, and grief in the lives of women consumed by motherhood. By casting a new spin on an old acronym, Smollon introduces Maternal Intrapersonal Anxiety (MIA). MIA depicts the unrecognized and unacknowledged grief that accompanies the feelings of loss many women experience as they transition into motherhood and encounter undesirable changes associated with their physical appearance, lifestyle, mood, income, relationships, personal goals, and self-esteem. These losses frequently combine with the physical and mental drain of motherhood to create a far greater loss-a mother's sense of self. Missing In Action details the various kinds of change and loss that occur, illuminates the compelling similarities between grief and the myriad symptoms mothers describe, explains how MIA relates to the violation of personal boundaries, and ultimately defines ten goals to help mothers reclaim their sense of self.



Missing In Action

Missing In Action Author Paul Rifenberg
ISBN-10 9781441599278
Release 2009-12-02
Pages 292
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The Vietnam War didn’t end for everyone in 1973, particularly not the six hundred or so Americans left behind to rot in Asian POW camps, abandoned by the US government. It didn’t end for Trevor McIntyre either, driven by the knowledge that men were left behind and inspired by one who came home, Captain Mac Danner. Together with a former Medal of Honor winner, a former Congressman, and a Defense Department official disgusted with his country’s betrayal, five middle-aged citizens combine their various skills to conspire to bring home a living POW from Laos. Danger mounts when one in their group is murdered, and the prints on the murder shell belong to a man who officially died in action in 1969—further evidence that a secret “returnee program” during the Reagan administration had succeeded.



Missing in Action

Missing in Action Author
ISBN-10 UTEXAS:059173007473457
Release 1999
Pages 22
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