Thursday, May 24, 2012

Featured Book: The Churning Cauldron by Ronald Dahle

About the book:

There are those, who believe so strongly in an ideal or concept that it consumes their very soul. “The Deacon”, a retired Green Beret is one such person. He has decided that this nation of ours is in rapid decline and he plans to save it from a totally destructive Administration, as well as it’s other problems by whatever means possible. He has teamed up with several old friends with like backgrounds and they set out to, in their words “Save Lady Liberty.”

About the author:

Rebellious, freethinking and with abundant contempt for authority, Ron Dahle was the ideal Special Forces soldier. Ron epitomized “never a better friend or a worse enemy.” Ron retired from the US Army after 24 years of service as a Command Sergeant Major. Most of his Army career was spent in Special Forces where he rose to the highest levels of responsibility and fame. Unconventional, mercurial and intolerant of incompetence Ron was respected for his ability to get the tough jobs done. Constant in his loyalty to his friends Ron has an extensive network of brothers-in-arms from his service in five Special Forces Groups, the 82nd and 101st Airborne Divisions, plus 3779th Long Range Reconnaissance Patrol. Ron served in Vietnam during 1965. 1966, 1967, and 1970 experiencing life on the edge and acquiring a flavor for life that he still has. After retiring from the Army Ron worked as his interests drew him: railroad, wool mill, manager of a horse ranch, lumber jack, photographer, and now author. Today Ron remains ready to launch new adventures, here today, gone tomorrow.


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