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Appeared in the Blytheville Courier on Thursday October 1, 2015 – Page 13.
Walking through a bookstore can be an adventure, a treasure hunt and a windfall all at the same time. It is absolutely imperative to walk in with no preconceived notions, prejudices or limitations if you wish to have the greatest reward. I was talking with Debra at That Bookstore in Blytheville about a wonderful book that I had just completed and she instantly pointed me to a wonderful book called Murder on the Floodways. I’m glad I was open to her suggestion. Continue reading
Philippine Military Civic Action Medal presented to HML- 776 on August 23, 2014 for meritorious actions taken in response to the eruption of Mt. Pinatubo:
Left to right: Ted Szewczyk, Sgt. Maj., USMCR Ret. Harold G Walker, Lt. Col. USMCR Ret., Sean McDonald. SSgt., USMCR, Ret.
On Saturday, September 5, 2015, Sgt.Maj. Ted Szewczyk, USMCR Ret. and SSgt. Sean McDonald, USMCR Ret. and I met at the Walker Bar. We had a long distance conversation with R.V. Monfort, Lt.Col., Ret. then, the Commanding Officer of HML-776 during the Desert Storm Mobilization and Roger Moore, Col., USMCR Ret. then, the AMO (Aviation Maintenance Officer) during the Desert Storm Mobilization, to re-hash and talk about the coming book, which will be a Barn-Burner.
This is the theme song of the old radio program, “Old Camp Meetin’ Time,” sang by a Grand Ole Opry star, “Grandpa Jones.”