Maia's Books & Misc.

Quick Search

Gift Card
Checkout a Gift Card

Our secure web pages are hosted by Chrislands Inc, who use a Thawte SSL Certificate to ensure secure transmission of your information.
Fully Trusted SSL Certificate

Vietnam War

 - 5 items found in your search
Military:Vietnam War

Click on Title to view full description

Into the DMZ, A Battle History of Operation Hickory, May 1967, Vietnam, Mark A. Cauble

1 Into the DMZ, A Battle History of Operation Hickory, May 1967, Vietnam
Mark A. Cauble
(2005), 2006, 5x8, paper, index, 186 pp, Heritage Books
Into The DMZ tells the little-known story of one of the most intense battles of the Vietnam War. It is an account of the courage and endurance of men in combat. The author introduces and concludes this book by examining the battle in context of the Vietnam War and the larger struggle between the West and Communism. Comprised from numerous eyewitness accounts, the battle narrative drops the reader into the thick of the action alongside the Marine riflemen. Academic research supported by military documentation provides details with maps, drawings and actual photographs from Operation Hickory.
Price: 25.00 USD



2 Hooyah! UDT/Seal, Stories of the 1960s: Routine and Offbeat Exploits That Team Members Have Been Talking and Laughing About for Years. Some Are Humorous and Some Are Not. Second Edition
Richard G. "Nick" Nickelson
2006, 51/2x81/2, paper, 288 pp, Heritage Books

Price: 24.95 USD



3 Delta Six, Soldier Surgeon
Richard L. Snider, M.D.
2003, 51/2x81/2, paper, index, 241 pp, Heritage Books

Price: 23.00 USD

Every Marine, 1968 Vietnam: A Battle for Go Noi Island, Robert Simonsen

4 Every Marine, 1968 Vietnam: A Battle for Go Noi Island
Robert Simonsen
(2005), 2008, 5x8, paper, 494 pp, Heritage Books
Few military memoirs are as powerful or moving as Every Marine. This book is filled with heroes and our debt to their sacrifices is beautifully understated but never more eloquently expressed. Marines that joined up between the years of 1966 and 1970 knew that they were going to war in Vietnam. Their reasons may have varied, but these young men were, for the most part, ready for the ultimate experience of their lives. The author was one of these Marines. Although not technically an island, Go Noi Island is surrounded by rivers, streams and roads. The "Island" traditionally served as a staging area for NVA units preparing for future attacks on the Da Nang area. News of upcoming operations in this sector always brought fear and anticipation for the forthcoming battle, as everyone knew that the enemy would be engaged on his own turf. The battles for this prized sector were fought time and again by many units: operation Allen Brook, operation Meade River, and operation Pipestone Canyon. Operation Allen Brook is representative of all these battles and serves as a tribute to all Vietnam Marines. This book takes the reader from the emergency formation of a Marine battalion at Camp Pendleton, California, to the battlefields of Vietnam where they slowly honed their war skills before joining the battle on Go Noi Island. Individual Marines describe the events and their feelings in their own words.
Price: 40.00 USD



5 Shades of Daniel Boone, A Personal View of Special Ops and the War in Vietnam
Walter J. Jackson
2005, 51/2x81/2, paper, 172 pp, Heritage Books

Price: 22.50 USD


Questions, comments, or suggestions
Please write to
Copyright©2017. All Rights Reserved.
Powered by