Red, White, and True: Stories from Veterans and Families, World War II to Present

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Red, White,
and True
Stories from
Veterans
and Families,
World War II
to Present

Edited and with an introduction by

TRACY CROW

Potomac Books

An imprint of the University of Nebraska Press

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Editor’s Introduction xiii
  • 1 - Welcome to Afghanistan 1
  • 2 - Above and beyond 8
  • 3 - Remembering Forgotten Fliers, Their Survivors 16
  • 4 - A Psychology of Rumor, a Psychology of War 21
  • 5 - Panel 30W, Row 15 31
  • 6 - Past Perfect Tense 44
  • 7 - Tom 50
  • 8 - Middle Passage, Morning Watch 56
  • 9 - The Thirty-Day Project 70
  • 10 - The Lack of Weight 85
  • 11 - War Happens 87
  • 12 - The Wing Shed 95
  • 13 - Triage 103
  • 14 - Lead Weight 112
  • 15 - War Games 115
  • 16 - False Positive 123
  • 17 - Prisoners of War 128
  • 18 - Memory Sky 141
  • 19 - Breathe through Your Mouth 152
  • 20 - To Kill, or Not to Kill 167
  • 21 - How the Military Turned My Father a Genius 174
  • 22 - War Stories 178
  • 23 - Hulls in the Water 188
  • 24 - Proud to Claim the Title 200
  • 25 - Passages 212
  • 26 - Letter to a Drowning Sailor 217
  • 27 - The Intimate 222
  • 28 - Dependent 228
  • 29 - Pictures Don’t Lie 240
  • 30 - Tenuous Tethers 248
  • 31 - Sea Mommy 253
  • 32 - Growing a Soldier 258
  • Contributors 263
  • Source Acknowledgments 275
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