The book consists of three volumes of poetry, originally written as separate books. The first is First Reflections, with sections named a Memoriesa, aFamilya, aAnimalsa, aPlacesa, aDiseasesa, and aFuna. The second volume is Vietnam Junkyard, the story of his Vietnam tour of duty in 1971-1972. It is written as an extended prose-poem divided in chapters. The first chapter is set in on an atoll in in the central Pacific where he served as a Ground Safety and Explosive Disposal officer for the ABM missile test range. The second chapter is a flashback of the events of his life to that date. The effects of his Vietnam experience on his life since are shown. The third volume is Millennial Meditations, a commentary on the meaning of the new millennium, and reactions to the 911 tragedy.(1998-2006) Ed Calhoon. Ham. Radio. History. My first radio book borrowed from my local library in the early fifties is a Radio Amateura#39;s Handbook circa thetwenties which leads me to believe hams are still using Ford Model T ignition coils in sparkgap Morse code transmitters. ... license test preparation manuals, memorizing band assignment frequencies and schematic wiring diagrams which I have.
|Title||:||Vietnam Junkyard and Other Poems|
|Publisher||:||Xlibris Corporation - 2008-04-22|