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Across The Fence by John Stryker Meyer
QUOTE: "As the commander of SOG, I can say that "Across The Fence" accurately reflects why the secret war was hazardous for our troops and so deadly for the enemy. Major General John K. Singlaub (U.S. Army Ret.) ----------------------------------------- Far beyond the battlefields of Vietnam, across the fence in Laos and Cambodia, America fought a deadly secret war. Known only as SOG, the Special Forces men of the Studies and Operations Group didn't play by the rules. They used every trick in the book to defeat the communist forces and if those didn't work they made up new ones. SOG operators tapped into phone wires, ambushed enemy units and gathered some of the most important intelligence of the war. All of this came at a staggering price in terms of casualties. At one point the casualty rate exceeded one hundred percent. So, what kept these extraordinary men running missions that were sure to get them wounded or killed? Why did they return to Vietnam for a second tour of duty with SOG? The answers to those questions are in this book.
Across The Fence by John Stryker Meyer
SUPERANNO True stories of bravery by the men of MACV-SOG. The author, a One-Zero for RT Idaho during the Vietnam War whose team was sent into Laos to conduct covert missions against the North Vietnamese, recounts some of those missions as well as those by other teams in a straightforward and clear-eyed manner. Relive those days with him as he talks about "just another day" in America's secret war. Original.
Across The Fence by Kent White, Jr.
In the heat of the Vietnam conflict, Sergeant McShane matches wits, will, and endurance with his nemesis, the mysterious leader of a troop of Caucasians fighting alongside the Vietcong in the sultry Laotian jungle. Original.
Looking Over The Fence At Networks by National Research Council
A remarkable creation, the Internet encompasses a diversity of networks, technologies, and organizations. The enormous volume and great variety of data carried over it give it a rich complexity and texture. It has proved difficult to characterize, understand, or model in terms of large-scale behaviors and a detailed understanding of traffic behavior. Moreover, because it is very difficult to prototype new networks-or even new networking ideas-on an interesting scale, data-driven analysis and simulation are vital tools for evaluating proposed additions and changes to its design. Some argue that a vision for the future Internet should be to provide users the quality of experience they seek and to accommodate a diversity of interests. Looking Over the Fence at Networks explores how networking research could overcome the evident obstacles to help achieve this vision for the future and otherwise better understand and improve the Internet. This report stresses looking beyond the current Internet and evolutionary modifications thereof and aims to stimulate fresh thinking within the networking research community.
Over The Fence Non Sense Tales by Story Lady
Come join the fun as one travels through this collection of non-sense tales. Ever wonder what shoes talk about? Enjoy the fun and excitement as you visit Stanley's Shoe Salon. If you are ready for a windy ride, stop a moment to visit with Mama Sunshine and Papa Moonshine and see what their Weather children are up to. Rocking chairs are supposed to be for old folks but wouldn't you be interested in finding out the rocking chairs spin on it? Granny's Kitchen will leave you breathless. What's All Gone With The Wind? This story will keep you laughing to the end. I hope you enjoy reading these stories as much as I enjoyed writing them. Till next time, The Story Lady
Ginn Reading Program Across The Fence by Theodore Clymer
The Fence Walker by William Holinger
Art Richardson, an Army lieutenant in 1968, is sent to Korea, and stationed on the DMZ where he walks the border between North and South searching for breakthroughs.
Melissa Across The Fence Etc by Augusta Huiell SEAMAN
Over The Fence by Mary Monroe
In this page-turning novel set in the Depression-era South, New York Times bestselling author Mary Monroe transports readers to a small Alabama town where home is not always a sanctuary, and two neighboring families let pleasantries mask increasing resentment . . . Bootlegging was Milton and Yvonne Hamilton’s ticket out of poverty, prison time, and plain bad luck. Now they’ve moved on to a bigger, richer pool of clientele right in their own respectable, new middle-class backyard. And their growing friendship with the seemingly perfect couple Joyce and Odell Watson is proving golden in more ways than one . . . As Milton soon learns, Odell is hiding an outside family and dubious business dealings. It’s the perfect recipe for a blackmail scheme that will help Milton hide his own dirty secrets—even from Yvonne. Better yet, he can take ever more dangerous risks to ace out his liquor-smuggling rivals. And Yvonne, emboldened by her husband’s new gravy train, delights in tormenting Joyce about everything the snobbish matron doesn’t have, especially children. But even a winning hand can be played too far. Pushed past their limits, Odell and Joyce will play on Milton’s careless boasting to get him and Yvonne out of their lives for good . . . Praise for One House Over “Impossible to put down.” —Susan Holloway Scott, author of I, Eliza Hamilton “Monroe reveals sympathetic aspects and complex motivations for each character in this engrossing setting.” —Booklist