Colonel (Ret.) Ben L. Walton Author- GREAT BLACK WAR FIGHTERS: PROFILES IN SERVICE

GREAT BLACK WAR FIGHTERS: PROFILES IN SERVICE

by Colonel (Ret.) Ben L. Walton

About the Book

Great Black War Fighters: Profiles in Service sets a precedent. No other book has ever been written to meet three documented and validated needs.

One, to inform readers of the phenomenal achievements and remarkable contributions made to the defense and national security of the United States by African-American admirals and generals since President Harry S. Truman signed Executive Order 9981 on July 26, 1948, abolishing segregation in the nation’s armed forces.

Two, to captivate, enlighten, and inspire students in training programs such as ROTC, the service academies, and OCS, who upon graduation, will be commissioned as officers in the military. Furthermore, it creates a resource for personnel on active duty or serving in the reserves to read how a group of black officers reached the pinnacle of their career, and doing it against enormous odds.

Three, to produce a collectible, gift or keepsake for former service members, their loved ones and friends, so they can all take pride and be moved by the life stories in this book.

Great Black War Fighters chronicles 29 black flag officers from among the 250 researched for the work.

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About the Author

Ben L. Walton, a retired U.S. Army colonel, now a freelance writer and motivational speaker, resides in Centennial, Colorado with his wife, Ruth.

Email: bwalt27789@peoplepe.com

Website: http://sbpra.com/benlwalton

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