Masters and Mercenaries Bundle: The Early Ops (Books 1-5)

Download or Read eBook Masters and Mercenaries Bundle: The Early Ops (Books 1-5) PDF written by Lexi Blake and published by DLZ Entertainment LLC. This book was released on 2017-12-15 with total page 994 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle.
Masters and Mercenaries Bundle: The Early Ops (Books 1-5)

Book Synopsis Masters and Mercenaries Bundle: The Early Ops (Books 1-5) by : Lexi Blake

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  • Total Pages – 994
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  • ISBN-10 – 9781937608750
  • ISBN-13 – 1937608751

His To Protect: A Bodyguard Bad Boys/Masters and Mercenaries Novella

Download or Read eBook His To Protect: A Bodyguard Bad Boys/Masters and Mercenaries Novella PDF written by Carly Phillips and published by Evil Eye Concepts, Incorporated. This book was released on 2018-04-10 with total page pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle.
His To Protect: A Bodyguard Bad Boys/Masters and Mercenaries Novella

Book Synopsis His To Protect: A Bodyguard Bad Boys/Masters and Mercenaries Novella by : Carly Phillips

Talia Shaw has spent her adult life working as a scientist for a big pharmaceutical company. She’s focused on saving lives, not living life. When her lab is broken into and it's clear someone is after the top secret formula she’s working on, she turns to the one man she can trust. The same irresistible man she turned away years earlier because she was too young and naive to believe a sexy guy like Shane Landon could want her. Shane Landon’s bodyguard work for McKay-Taggart is the one thing that brings him satisfaction in his life. Relationships come in second to the job. Always. Then little brainiac Talia Shaw shows up in his backyard, frightened and on the run, and his world is turned upside down. And not just because she’s found him naked in his outdoor shower, either. With Talia's life in danger, Shane has to get her out of town and to her eccentric, hermit mentor who has the final piece of the formula she’s been working on, while keeping her safe from the men who are after her. Guarding Talia's body certainly isn't any hardship, but he never expects to fall hard and fast for his best friend’s little sister and the only woman who’s ever really gotten under his skin.

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  • ISBN-10 – 9781945920790
  • ISBN-13 – 1945920793

Masters of Enterprise

Download or Read eBook Masters of Enterprise PDF written by H.W. Brands and published by Simon and Schuster. This book was released on 2012-12-04 with total page 368 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle.
Masters of Enterprise

Book Synopsis Masters of Enterprise by : H.W. Brands

From the early years of fur trading to today's Silicon Valley empires, America has proved to be an extraordinarily fertile land for the creation of enormous fortunes. Each generation has produced one or two phenomenally successful leaders, often in new industries that caught contemporaries by surprise, and each of these new fortunes reconfirmed the power of fanatically single-minded visionaries. John Jacob Astor and Cornelius Vanderbilt were the first American moguls; John D. Rockefeller, Andrew Carnegie, and J. P. Morgan were kingpins of the Gilded Age; David Sarnoff, Walt Disney, Ray Kroc, and Sam Walton were masters of mass culture. Today Oprah Winfrey, Andy Grove, and Bill Gates are giants of the Information Age. America has again and again been the land of dizzying mountains of wealth. Here, in a wittily told and deeply insightful history, is a complete set of portraits of America's greatest generators of wealth. Only such a collective study allows us to appreciate what makes the great entrepreneurs really tick. As H. W. Brands shows, these men and women are driven, they are focused, they deeply identify with the businesses they create, and they possess the charisma necessary to persuade other talented people to join them. They do it partly for the money, but mostly for the thrill of creation. The stories told here -- including how Nike got its start as a business-school project for Phil Knight; how Robert Woodruff almost refused to take control of Coca-Cola to spite his father; how Thomas Watson saved himself from prison by rescuing Dayton, Ohio, from a flood; how Jay Gould nearly cornered the gold market; how H. L. Hunt went from gambling at cards to gambling with oil leases -- make for a narrative that is always lively and revealing and often astonishing. An observer in 1850, studying John Jacob Astor, would not have predicted the rise of Henry Ford and the auto industry. Nor would a student of Ford in 1950 have anticipated the takeoff of direct marketing that made Mary Kay Ash a trusted guide for millions of American women. Full of surprising insights, written with H. W. Brands's trademark flair, the stories in Masters of Enterprise are must reading for all students of American business history.

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  • Total Pages – 368
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  • ISBN-10 – 9781476726939
  • ISBN-13 – 1476726930

Apollo's Warriors

Download or Read eBook Apollo's Warriors PDF written by Michael E. Haas and published by DIANE Publishing. This book was released on 1998-05 with total page 388 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle.
Apollo's Warriors

Book Synopsis Apollo's Warriors by : Michael E. Haas

Presenting a fascinating insider's view of U.S.A.F. special operations, this volume brings to life the critical contributions these forces have made to the exercise of air & space power. Focusing in particular on the period between the Korean War & the Indochina wars of 1950-1979, the accounts of numerous missions are profusely illustrated with photos & maps. Includes a discussion of AF operations in Europe during WWII, as well as profiles of Air Commandos who performed above & beyond the call of duty. Reflects on the need for financial & political support for restoration of the forces. Bibliography. Extensive photos & maps. Charts & tables.

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  • Total Pages – 388
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  • ISBN-10 – 0788149830
  • ISBN-13 – 9780788149832

Vietnam Studies

Download or Read eBook Vietnam Studies PDF written by Col Francis J. Kelly and published by . This book was released on 2016-12-10 with total page 240 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle.
Vietnam Studies

Book Synopsis Vietnam Studies by : Col Francis J. Kelly

As long ago as 1957, U.S. Army Special Forces soldiers were in the Republic of Vietnam. going about their business of training, advising, and assisting members of the Vietnamese Army. Despite the old Army witticism about never volunteering for anything, the Special Forces soldier is. in fan, a double volunteer, having first volunteered for airborne training and then again for Special Forces training. From a very meager beginning but sustained by a strong motivation and confidence in his mission, the Special Forces soldier has marched through the Vietnam struggle in superb fashion. In 1957 some fifty-eight Vietnamese soldiers were given military training by Special Forces troops. Ten years later the Special Forces were advising and assisting over 40,000 paramilitary troops, along with another 40,000 Regional Forces and Popular Forces soldiers. This monograph traces the development and notes the progress, problems. successes, and failures of a unique program undertaken by the U.S. Army for the first lime in its history. It is hoped that all the significant lessons learned have been recorded and the many pitfalls of such a program uncovered. I am responsible for the conclusions reached, yet my thought processes could not escape the influence of the many outstanding officers and men in the Special Forces who joined in the struggle. Particularly, I must lake note of the contributions of the Special Forces noncommissioned officers, without question the most competent soldiers in the world. With the withdrawal of the Special Forces from Vietnam in 1971, the Army could honestly lay claim to a new dimension in ground warfare-the organized employment of a paramilitary force in sustained combat against a determined enemy. I know I speak for my predecessors and successors in claiming that the 5th Special Forces Group (Airborne) was the finest collection of professional soldiers ever assembled by the U.S. Army, anywhere, anytime. Francis John Kelly Colonel, Armor 1972

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  • Total Pages – 240
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  • ISBN-10 – 1944961941
  • ISBN-13 – 9781944961947