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Courage in Combat

Richard J. Rinaldo

Courage in Combat

Stories By and About Recipients of the Nation"s Highest Decorations

by Richard J. Rinaldo

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Published .
Written in English


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Includes bibliographical references.

Statementcomplied and edited by Richard J. Rinaldo ; foreword by Joseph L. Galloway
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LC Classifications*
The Physical Object
Paginationxxv, 357 pages
Number of Pages357
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Open LibraryOL26883344M
ISBN 109781612004563, 9781612004570
LC Control Number2017304743

8 Seconds of Courage is his first book. Tom Sileo coauthored two previous books about military heroes, including one about Flo Groberg, 8 Seconds of Courage. Currently a contributing senior editor at The Stream, Tom also spent eight years working in local and national newsrooms, including CNN. He lives in Delray Beach, Florida.   Physical courage is the type of courage that often comes to mind when we think about this virtue. Stories of brave soldiers charging up a hill amid whizzing bullets consume our boyish imaginations. We are inspired and humbled by the stories of brave firemen and police officers rushing into the burning towers on 9/11 to rescue helpless victims.

  What was it like to be a military combat photographer in the most photographed war in history — the Vietnam War? “Cameras, Combat, and Courage”, a companion volume to "Shooting Vietnam", takes you there as you read the firsthand accounts and view the hundreds of photographs by men who lived the war through the lens of a : Dan Brookes.   Books. Browse Books Large-Scale Combat Operations Book Set Books and Manuscript Submission Guide Journals. NCO Journal. Archives SMA Corner Writing Topics NCO Journal Submission Guidelines Military Review. English Edition Archives Directors Select Articles MR Book Reviews. Book Review Archives MR Submission Guides DePuy Writing Competition.

  Richard J. Rinaldo, a Vietnam veteran, has a new book published by Casemate Publishers called "Courage in Combat: Stories By and About Recipients of the Nation's Highest Decorations" out now. The Costs of Courage Combat Stress, Warriors, and Family Survival Josephine G. Pryce, Colonel David H. Pryce, and Kimberly K. Shackelford. Contextualizes hot topics in the field including suicide, sexual assault, and veteran issues; Glossary of commonly used military terms and acronyms; e-book available for convenience and affordability.


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This book addresses the critical importance of courage in combat and when in a dangerous situation. A soldier’s combat performance pivots on his courage.

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Courage in Combat is a compilation of stories, articles, reflections, speeches, and poems written by and about recipients of our Nation’s highest awards—the Medal of Honor, the Distinguished Service Cross, the Navy Cross, and the Air Force Cross.

Rinaldo’s motivation in publishing this book is not one of fortune or fame. Description Published in conjunction with the Legion of Valor of the United States of America, this is an anthology of pieces about courage in combat, including stories by and about recipients of the United States’ highest decorations: the Medal of Honor, the Distinguished Service Cross, the Navy Cross, and the Air Force Cross.

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Aristotle thought shame-inspired courage was far less commendable than pure courage, of being courageous because it was a wonderful thing to do.

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This book addresses the critical importance of courage in combat and when in a dangerous situation. A soldier’s combat performance pivots on his courage. Without it, all other combat qualities may be ry leaders have recognized that it is the will of the soldier that is decisive.

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Stutt, USNA Class of Norman won seven medals in Vietnam, including the Combat Infantryman’s Badge, the Air Medal, the Army Commendation Medal, the Bronze Star, and the Purple Heart.

He thinks about his father’s pride in those badges and then recalls how he almost won the Silver Star but blew his chance.