While rarely mentioned in history books, the legacy of the Legion of the United States lives on today. It was born in 1792 because President Washington and the Congress realized they needed a military force to protect settlers moving into what we now know as...
Most American history books skip over the fact that between the Continental Army and the formation of the U.S. Army, there was an interim organization, or force, if you will. It was called The Legion of the United States and it saw combat. When Washington said...
Right after the American Revolution ended and the Treaty of Paris was signed on September 3rd, 1783, the United States of America began to disarm. On December 3rd, 1783 Washington said good-bye to his officers and the Continental Army was no more. One by one, the...
Marc Speaks Candidly About Flying
Marc speaks candidly about flying helicopters in the U.S. Navy. You’ll get a unique perspective from someone who has been a Helicopter Aircraft Commander and who’s flown helicopters off a variety of ships from destroyers to carriers to battleships. This section will have material that you won’t find anywhere in books and will be frequently updated. VIEW
Special Ops Rules to Live By
These are hard-won lessons learned from a career that involved planning, flying and sending others on special operations missions. VIEW
MARC LIEBMAN, AUTHOR & SPEAKER
Marc is an experienced pilot and writer whose career as a Naval Officer and Naval Aviator, business executive, consultant and entrepreneur helped him fulfill his dream of becoming a novelist. In the novels, Marc creates stories with rich, interesting characters and puts them in the proper historical and operational context. His books are memorable, exciting and fun to read.
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