27 April 2013 9:00-10:00 AM Eastern www.veteransradio.

net Veterans Radio Presents “At Ease”
How time flies! With its April 27 edition, “At Ease” begins its second year on Veterans Radio. Host and bestselling author Dwight Jon Zimmerman celebrates the start of the show’s sophomore year by welcoming new guests artist/writer Wayne Vansant and retired SEAL Mike Ritland, and returning guest New York Times bestselling author Stephen Coonts who talk about their latest books. TRIDENT K9 WARRIORS by Mike Ritland with Gary Brozek is the fascinating story of today’s military working dogs from the point of view of a retired SEAL who trains them. For the first time ever, readers get an inside look at these elite K9 warriors—who they are, how they’re trained, and the extreme missions they undertake to save countless lives on the field of battle. From detecting explosives to taking down enemy combatants in one-on-one physical struggles, these powerful dogs are some of the smartest and highest skilled working animals on the planet. PIRATE ALLEY by Stephen Coonts is the latest thriller starring his heroes Jake Grafton and Tommy Carmellini. A luxury cruise ship is captured by pirates off the Horn of Africa who enforce their authority with shocking savagery and a callous disregard for human life. When the pirate leader announces that he will free the hostages for $200 million, it seems to be just another example of ransom-demanding piracy. But the truth is that once the ransom is paid, Islamic militants plan to sweep in, take the money, and slay the hostages in hopes of provoking a massive U.S. military response that will inspire an anti-American jihad throughout the Muslim world. Grafton and Carmellini must find a way to free the hostages and bring the pirates before time runs out. THE GRAPHIC HISTORY OF GETTYSBURG by Wayne Vansant is a brilliant achievement. Rich in drama, accurately detailed, this is a benchmark addition to the historiography of the bloodiest battle in the American Civil War. “The book provides a nice visual summary of the Battle of Gettysburg for almost any reader. The quality of the illustrations is quite good for a work of this type and price, and no slight is intended by describing the style as ‘top-quality comic book art on slick paper.’ You wouldn't expect to find fine art in nearly a hundred pages of color drawings for well under twenty dollars.” - National Parks Traveler

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