Over the centuries since the Revolution,military medics have remained true to a fundamental principle: to care for those who face the perils of service to the nation. This is true whether the harm comes from enemy action or debilitating diseases. Their dedication is constant, unvarying, and effective.
224 pages, including 220 images.
Received the 2006 Excel Gold Award from the Society of National Association Publications.
Berry's text and more than 200 photos take the reader through the Total Army's campaign to protect the homeland, to combat terrorism in Afghanistan and to liberate Iraq.
Combat photography by Dennis Steele of ARMY Magazine is featured in nearly 50 photos.
Received the 2004 Excel Gold Award from the Society of National Association Publications.
Presented by the Aerospace Industries Association of America, Inc. Howell Press, 2002.
The Aerospace Industries Association of America, Inc. convened a panel of aerospace experts to select these 100 milestones. They range from the first successful powered flights of 1903 through Space Shuttle missions of 2002. More than 200 photographs complement the authoritative text.
Take an "insider's tour" of the headquarters campus of the Central Intelligence Agency. Follow the evolution of the CIA headquarters from scattered offices in downtown Washington to its 258-acre wooded complex near suburban Langley, Virginia. View the art and architecture inside the building and on the grounds, including the interior memorials and the CIA Memorial Garden. Produced with cooperation of the Central Intelligence Agency to mark its 50th anniversary.