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Unit Pride

by John McAleer

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To Reva
who claimed the highest hill of all
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During the early dawn darkness we had hung back off the coast waiting for orders from the Inchon port authority.
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    IN THE FOXHOLES, AN UNEXPECTED BOND GROWS UP BETWEEN FIGHTING MEN.  A BOND CALLED ...
    UNIT PRIDE


This is a gut-wrenching novel of two young men in a terrifying war. Billy, the brawler, a seventeen-year-old pug from the slums of Boston. And Dewey, the rawhide tough Texan, young and not afraid of dying - or killing. This is a heartbreaking novel, drenched in the blood of soldiers sacrificed for a charred hilltop, an officer's vengeful whim. This is the emotional story of mid-twentieth-century warfare, of courage and cowardice, and what it takes to be a hero. It's a powerful story you'll never forget.
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