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Into the Tiger's Jaw: America's First Black Marine Aviator: The Autobiography of Lt. Gen. Frank E. Petersen

By: "Petersen, Frnak e. "

Price: $32.95

Publisher: "Novato, CA", Presidio Press: 1998

Seller ID: 5-DH002

ISBN: 0891416757

Condition: GOOD+

"Ex-library with all expected markings, first free page removed and ""Withdrawn"" stamp on title page. Otherwise, as new with dust jacket in protective, clear cover. An 18 year old who enlisted in Kansas in 1950 who became not only the first African American pilot in the US Marine Corps, but, to date, the only three-star general in the history of the Corps. 334 pages with central photo insert. " View more info

Iranian Hostage: A Personal Diary of 444 Days in Captivity

By: "Sickmann, Rocky"

Price: $16.95

Publisher: "Topeka, KS", Crawford Press: 1982

Seller ID: 1DH018

ISBN: 0881030007

Condition: FINE/ Ver Good-

"As new black cloth with gilt lettering. Dust jacket is shiny and clean but has a 1"" rip (repaired on inside) on the bottom edge of the back cover and slight shelfwear to the top edge. ""Marine Sergeant Rocky Stickmann, one of fifty-two Americans held captive in Iran from November, 1979 , to January, 1981 (after) the American Embassy in Tehran, Iran, fell to militant Iranian students protesting the arival in the U. S. of Shah Mohammed Reza Pahlavi...""" View more info

Marine Corps Institute - Staff Noncommissioned Officers Academy Career - Nonresident Program - Military Training -

By: Marine Corps Institute

Price: $12.95

Publisher: "Washington, DC", Marine Corps Institute: 1987

Seller ID: 9-6Y003

Condition: GOOD+

"Tight and bright. Faint vertical cover crease extends through book. A few tiny spots and the circled #4 on front cover. Green ink smears on back cover. Some wear along the edges. Interior pages clean aside from faint pencil marks on practice test. 148 pages. 8.5x11"" (21.5x28cm) Guide to principles and techniques used in organizing, scheduling, and conducting a small-unit training program, including the principles and special considerations involved in physical training. Includes black and white photographs and diagrams." View more info

How to Respect and Display Our Flag

By: U.S. Marine Corps

Price: $4.50

Publisher: US Government Printing Office: 1973

Seller ID: 96T042

Condition: FINE

"As new, 32 page, staple-bound booklet with color illustrations. History of the flag and its association with the Marine Corps. Rules on proper use of the flag and it's display. 7.5x5.25"" ( 19x13.3cm)." View more info