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Pivotal Moments '64: Second Edition

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by Phil Morrison
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Pivotal Moments '64: Second Edition by Phil Morrison

Phil Morrison is an authentic American with a story that should be read by anyone who believes we learn from our personal experience and national history. Seldom have so many forces come together to put a young sailor in the middle of events that would shape the context of a generation. During his rugged growing-up and the choices and circumstance that led Phil (and his brother) to be in the bull's-eye of actions in the Tonkin Gulf in 1964, his narrative captures the courage, fortitude, faith, and perseverance that his country would need long into his lifetime. When my father-Commander James Bond Stockdale, Commanding Officer of VF-51-made his fateful flight on the night of August 4, 1964, he returned to the USS Ticonderoga soaked with sweat, exhausted, and disgusted. But the first person he saw was not a debriefer or a fellow flyer. It was his loyal and caring plane attendant, Phil Morrison who took immense pride in his work and was thoughtful enough to know its importance. Phil was the first man to hear just why our country was about to dive into a war that would be as wasteful as it was needless. That experience and the many other fateful experiences Phil has had during his lifetime make the book Pivotal Moments [now Pivotal Moments '64] a 'must read' for each person who tries to understand their life and the paths that they must choose among to remain strong and faithful. -Jim Stockdale January 30, 2012 *Revised by permission, August 2013

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Size: 5.8 MB
Publisher: Tate Publishing
Date published:   2014
ISBN: 9781631857775 (DRM-EPUB)

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