'Veterans' Reflections' Launches New Marketing Campaign
At the conclusion of the 2007 Veterans' Day ceremony, several veterans stated that it was the first time anyone had taken the time to thank them for their service. Their appreciation for William R. Graser's thoughtfulness gave him the inspiration to record their accounts and write "Veterans' Reflections: History Preserved" (published by iUniverse).
Published in December of 2015, and revised April 21, 2016, this book focuses on military service as seen through the firsthand accounts of 60 veterans set against historical content that encompasses a period spanning more than 75 years. These veterans served during all of the major wars and conflicts from 1941 to 2004, World War II and up to the Middle East.
"My book honors the past through firsthand accounts of veterans," Graser says. "Today's servicemen and women are making history every day. They will continue to shape our views as a nation. Veterans are part of today's society as they have been since the earliest days of our nation. "
"Veterans' Reflections" is a story of personal sacrifice and commitment to the values that have made the United States of America the envy of the world. Graser draws on his military experiences, government records, personal interviews and firsthand accounts to write this story.
About the Author
William R. Graser was a sergeant first class recruited by the U.S. Army Security Agency in 1965. His assignments included Korea, Vietnam, Thailand, West Germany, occupied West Berlin, and the U.S. Army Security Agency's headquarters at Arlington Hall Station, Arlington, Virginia. He earned the Army of Occupation Medal and was awarded the Legion of Merit Medal for his exceptionally meritorious conduct in the performance of outstanding services and achievements while serving with the U.S. Army Field Station Berlin.
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