This is a book about heroism and hope at 17,000 feet. You will find that the heroism and hope was paid forward by these 11 brave men representing thousands of descendants who have never read or heard the story. The book is based on a true story of a little publicized bombing mission over Wake Island on July 24, 1943 during the darkest hours of World War II.
The Last Flight of the Daisy Mae: A Story of Heroism and Hope at 17,000 Feet is recommended in the Book Corner Section of the November-December Issue 2017 of VFW Magazine…
“It is an honor and I know my Dad and the other ten crewman that gave everything that had under impossible odds to fight for each other and trade their lives so that their buddies could live, would appreciate the recognition.” Wayne F. Perkins Author/Narrator/Producer
“Never underestimate the power of hope.”–Lt. Benjamin I. Weiss, Navigator, Daisy Mae, on July 24, 1943 in the air battle over Wake Island.
Sixty-eight years after the death of the most infamous gunfighter of the old West, an elderly man, named “Brushy” Bill Roberts, came into town telling an amazing tale, claiming that he was “Billy the Kid.”
Brian Lee Tucker, a wonderful “True Crime Writer,” in his book, The Legend of Brushy Bill Roberts: A Wild West Love Story, will have you wondering, could this man really be the legendary “Billy The Kid?”
Wayne F. Perkins, Narrator and Audio-book Producer will add the voice to Brushy Bill and his friends as he tells his tale to Probate Investigator William V. Morrison in June of 1949.
The book right now is available at Amazon.com and the audio-book narrated by Wayne Perkins will be coming out shortly on Amazon.com Audible, and iTunes.
Award winning Author, Bob Kern has caught the essence of what it was like for soldiers patrolling and manning positions along the Korean DMZ, fifty years ago during the “DMZ War.
Chapter Two features the story told by Daisy Mae author Wayne Perkins as well as many of the pictures featured in the video.
Wayne and his buddy Mel Law from California, stood on a hill with an Infrared Search Light becoming the night time eyes for several American troops below them along the DMZ fence line. You can see Wayne’s shadow if you look closely taking a picture of the sand bagged position he and Mel manned from September to December of 1967. In the picture you will see the area the searchlight jeep parked each night when Wayne and Mel stood watch, looking out at the dangerous Korean DMZ.
Bob Kern’s book We Were Soldiers Too: The DMZ Conflict, The Second Korean War has many stories told by the men who were there a half century ago.
“Mel and I stood on the last American position on the Korean DMZ.
Award Winning Author Bob Kern, who specializes on writing books on the Cold War, will be releasing a new book, We Were Soldiers Too: The DMZ Conflict: The Second Korean War.
This book includes Author Wayne Perkins and other soldier’s first hand accounts of action during the time period many military historians call the DMZ War, or the Second Korean War.
I will keep you up to date as soon as it is available.