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As we observe the 70th anniversary of D-Day, we are especially proud to introduce just a few of Stackpole's outstanding Military History authors.
JOSEPH BALKOSKI is Command Historian of the Maryland National Guard and an acknowledged expert on World War II's D-Day. He has appeared as a D-Day expert on MSNBC, and his work has been praised by Joe Scarborough, the New York Post, the Washington Times, World War II Magazine, and others.
A resident of Baltimore, Maryland, Joe moved there in 1981. His interest in the U.S. Army's 29th Infantry Division developed because many of his neighbors served in it. In 2004 he established the 29th Division Archives at Baltimore's Fifth Regiment Armory, which is now a major research center for World War II scholars. Visit Joe's website, www.angelfire.com/md/29division.com.
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MICHAEL LEE LANNING is not only a Stackpole author, but also a retired lieutenant colonel, a veteran of more than twenty years in the U.S. Army. During the Vietnam War he served as an infantry platoon leader, reconnaissance platoon leader, and an infantry company commander. In addition to having earned the Combat Infantryman's Badge and Bronze Star with "V" device with two oak leaf clusters, Lanning is Ranger-qualified and a senior parachutist.
Lanning has authored twenty-one nonfiction books on military history, sports, and health. More than 1.1 million copies of his books are in print in fifteen countries and editions have been translated into twelve languages. He has appeared on major television networks and the History Channel as an expert on the individual soldier on both sides of the Vietnam War.
Lanning was born in Sweetwater, Texas, and is a 1968 graduate of Texas A & M University. He currently resides on the Bolivar Peninsula of Texas.
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ARTHUR G. SHARP is the author of numerous articles and serves as editor of the First Marine Division's quarterly magazine. He lives near Hartford, Connecticut. Art's newly released Stackpole book, The Siege of LZ Kate, details the desperate defense and against-all-odds escape of 150 Americans and their South Vietnamese allies when surrounded by 5,000 North Vietnamese Army soldiers in the fall of 1969.
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STEVEN ZALOGA is a world-renowned armor historian and has appeared in documentaries on the History Channel. He has written more than 100 books on armored vehicles and the U.S. Army and Red Army in World War II. He lives in Abingdon, Maryland.
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