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In ‘EVER VIGILANT’ Michael Hebert has written a compelling view of his tour in Vietnam, from being drafted to returning Stateside. Done in vignette format, this exceptionally talented non-fiction writer covers his multi-faceted experience with rare honesty and self-effacing humor that makes ready his stories a joy.

This book is not ‘Platoon’ or ‘Full Metal Jacket’; neither is it ‘Good Morning Vietnam’. It neither pretends nor needs to be. Hebert brings his own experience as a Patrol Boat operator to the field, with his own voice, and that is more than sufficient. I heartily recommend this book to anyone interested in Vietnam history─or who simply enjoys a good story well-told.                                Julia C. Hoover, MD, EdM

          Reedsy Reviewer


306 pages, Black & White Photos
Available on - $19.95

A VIEW OF THE HAMPTON ROADS HARBOR offers an in-depth look at the world's largest natural harbor - Hampton Roads. This volume covers the Hampton River, Blackbeard's Point, Fort Monroe, the Chesapeake Bay, Fort Wool, Norfolk Naval Base, Battle of the Monitor/Merrimac and much more!

63 pages, Full Color Photos
Available on - $9.95

THE 458th TRANSPORTATION COMPANY IN WORLD WAR II was written by hand by 92 year old Richard E. Leibel. It was then typewritten by his daughter and forwarded to Michael Hebert, who edited the manuscript and compiled the work into a book form. It is a fascinating account of a young man landing on the beaches of Normandy and participating in numerous campaigns across Europe during the height of World War II.

133 pages, Black & White Photos
Compiled & edited by Michael J. Hebert
Available on - $12.95

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