Rolling Thunder

Author: Don Pendleton
Editor: Gold Eagle
ISBN: 1460372948
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STONY MAN The clandestine operations group known as Stony Man is unbound by rules of procedure and answers only to the Oval Office. Hal Brognola's team of cyberwarriors and battlefield commandos takes the most direct approach to stem the tide of global terrorism and high crime. As the court of last resort, they handle the dirty work no other department or agency can touch. ROLLING THUNDER The Basque Liberation Movement, a militant splinter cell of Spain's notorious ETA terrorist group, has seized a state-of-the-art new supertank equipped with nuclear firing capabilities. Intent on carrying their blood message to the world, the BLM has planned a devastating show of force at a NATO conference in Barcelona. As Stony Man's cybernetics team works feverishly to track the terrorists and the stolen warheads, the commandos of Able Team and Phoenix Force hit the ground running. But a clever, resourceful enemy remains one step ahead, in a race against the odds getting worse by the minute….

Rolling Thunder

Author: Ivan Rendall
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0684857804
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Chronicles the evolution of modern aerial warfare, from World War II, through the Cold War, to the Middle East Gulf crisis, and decribes the development of the quintessential fighter pilot

Rolling Thunder

Author: J. R. Roberts
Editor: Jove
ISBN: 9780515138788
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Witnessing the murder of a fellow traveler while waiting for the stagecoach to Duskin, Clint Adams is surprised when he discovers that the victim--one Larry Brunell--had lived in a more prosperous section of Duskin and that the new tenants at Brunell's house are extremely unfriendly. Original.

Rolling Thunder

Author: John Varley
Editor: Open Road Media
ISBN: 1504063457
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The third book in the Thunder and Lightning Series is “a smashing success . . . [with] action-packed, science-packed homages to Heinlein’s best work” (Cory Doctorow, Boing Boing). Navy lieutenant Podkayne, daughter of Ray Garcia-Strickland, is tired of her job as Martian consul in California—and Earth’s oppressive gravity. So she’s OK with getting called back to Mars even if it’s because her great-grandmother is sick and being put into suspended animation. After a family reunion, Podkayne’s next port of call is Europa, one of Jupiter’s moons, where she can finally realize her dream of being a singer. But just when her life seems to be improving for the better, disaster strikes and Podkayne is put into her own state of suspension. Awakened ten years later, she will discover a solar system in turmoil—where the very survival of humanity is at risk . . . “This is well-crafted science fiction written by a master.” —SFRevu.com “These books are fond without being nostalgic, reverent without being old-fashioned. Everything about them is utterly contemporary, but it’s easy to believe that Heinlein would have written them (more or less!) today.” —Cory Doctorow, Boing Boing “Loaded with references, some subtle and others blatant, to Heinlein’s many books. Heinlein fans will get a chuckle, or maybe even a guffaw, when encountering one of these. Readers with no Heinlein background will enjoy the story too, but on a different level.” —National Space Society

Rolling Thunder 1965

Author: Dennis M. Drew
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A study of the interplay of policy and doctrine during the conduct of a major military campaign.

I Hear The Rolling Thunder

Author: Larry D. Powell
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ISBN: 9780895368034
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The Joint Chiefs Of Staff And The War In Vietnam 1960 1968

Author: Graham A. Cosmas
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The History Of Us Electronic Warfare Rolling Thunder Through Allied Force 1964 2000

Author: Alfred Price
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The Rolling Thunder Logbook

Author: Sam Shepard
Editor: Bobcat Books
ISBN: 0857127128
File Size: 67,45 MB
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Autumn, 1975: The Rolling Thunder Revue - a rag-tag variety show, a travelling gypsy circus - swept across the Northeast US. Bob Dylan helmed the chaotic caravan, gathering a host of stars in his wake: Joan Baez, Roger McGuinn, Ramblin' Jack Elliott, T-Bone Burnett, Joni Mitchell and others. The Pulitzer-Prize winning playwright Sam Shepard was invited to write a Fellini-esque film out of the chaos. Throughout the many moods and moments of his travels he kept an impressionistic logbook of life on the road, replete with poetry, sketches and intimate accounts: This is that logbook. Updated with a myriad of candid photographs - many never before published - a foreword by T-Bone Burnett and a poetical preface from Sam Shepard, The Rolling Thunder Logbook perfectly captures the camaraderie, isolation, head games and pill-popping mayhem of the tour, providing a window into Dylan's singular talent, enigmatic charisma, and vision of America. “The Rolling Thunder Revue was more fun than the law allows. By a long shot. It was a bus full of musicians and singers and painters hurtling through the dead of night, making a movie, writing songs, and playing some of the most incendiary, intense, and inspired rock ‘n’ roll, before or since.” T-Bone Burnett

Annals Of The Astronomical Observatory Of Harvard College

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List of quarto publications, exclusive of the Annals , made by the officers of the observatory from 1877 to 1896, with references to the work of the Blue Hill observatory from 1885 to 1895: v. 30, p. 3-8.

Monthly Reports Of The Department Of Agriculture

Author: United States. Dept. of Agriculture
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Rolling Thunder

Author: Mark Berent
Editor: Mark Berent
ISBN: 0399134395
File Size: 56,40 MB
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As hostilities escolate in late 1965, the fates of three men intertwine in Vietnam.

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Author: Ronald Bruce Frankum
Editor: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 9780742543027
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The author of Vietnam For Dummies presents a concise overview of the air war in Vietnam, covering ten years of air assaults, bomb runs, and dog fights over South Vietnam, North Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos.

Results Of Meteorological Observations

Author: United States. Patent Office
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Rolling Thunder

Author: Joey R. Jochmans
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ISBN: 9780895400581
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Rolling Thunder

Author: Mark Mynheir
Editor: Multnomah
ISBN: 0307563375
File Size: 75,51 MB
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Law Enforcement Agents Can Do It All. But Forgive? John Russell is the Florida Department of Law Enforcement agent assigned to the missing Dylan Jacobs’ case. But while he’s tracking down clues in his professional life, a murderer is hot on his trail—his own flesh and blood. John’s father relentlessly seeks something John refuses to offer: forgiveness. Forced to face the source of his paralyzing fear of thunder and his stolen childhood, can John find the missing boy without his personal life completely unraveling? Ten-year-old Dylan Jacobs is missing from state care. John Russell is the team leader of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement task force trying to find him. Although the governor has declared this a top priority, all the team is turning up are corruption and crime of a different sort. Could Dylan still be alive after disappearing from the system six years ago? Meanwhile, John’s own long-buried nightmare is unearthed when a paroled killer shows up in his driveway. He struggles to leave old horrors where they belong—in the past. Determined to protect her children and help her husband, his wife, Marie, does some investigating of her own. Because she soon realizes, what you don’t know can hurt you. Join the agents of the FDLE as they seek the truth behind the crime and grapple with Truth in their personal lives. Dealing with depravity all day, every day, it doesn’t always seem like God is in control. Which just makes victory all that much sweeter when it comes. “Drawing upon his real-life experience as a police detective, Mark Mynheir has given us a realistic story and characters to care for. Mark presents us with a fresh new voice who writes from a unique perspective.” Angela Hunt, bestselling author of Unspoken “A remarkable first novel, with strong action and a solid moral. Readers will eagerly await the next installment from Mark Mynheir.” T. Davis Bunn, bestselling author “Rolling Thunder is a compelling story examining the struggles, importance, and power of forgiveness.” Bill Myers, bestselling author of Soul Tracker Story Behind the Book Mark Mynheir’s experience as a homicide detective enables him to accurately expose, from an insider’s view, the exciting world of law enforcement and crime investigation. It also sets an unassuming scene for the serious spiritual work that needs to be accomplished in Mynheir’s main character. While the story unfolds, the reality becomes clear of how many Christians welcome God’s grace and forgiveness for themselves but struggle to extend it to others. They harbor unresolved anger and resentment, often for years, against those who have hurt them. Mynheir challenges readers to identify with fictional characters and to initiate the process of forgiveness in their own lives. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Operation Rolling Thunder

Author: Tim Taylor
Editor: Xulon Press
ISBN: 1604775017
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"Operation Rolling Thunder" details the account of an apostolic strategy to touch a region and change the hearts of men. (Practical Life)

Rolling Thunder

Author: William Simmons
Editor: Permanent PressPub Company
ISBN: 9781579620196
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A novel on two disc jockeys, jointly hosting a show in a New York radio station. Dennis Oldham plays the straight man and Roberto Velez, the loudmouth. Velez is a ladies' man, which gives Oldham a complex, especially as the woman Oldham married was one of Velez's conquests. When the station is sold, their jobs are threatened and they must drum up listener support. A first novel.

Rolling Thunder

Author: Kate Messner
Editor: Scholastic Inc.
ISBN: 1338151185
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Lines of bikes are miles long, shining, half a million strong. Rumbling, grumbling, engines roar. Peace signs. High fives. Spirits soar. Every Memorial Day in Washington, DC, more than a million veterans and their supporters gather for the Rolling Thunder® Ride for Freedom, a demonstration that pays tribute to the men and women of the US armed forces. This lyrical story honors the bravery and sacrifice of those American heroes -- the ones who have returned home, and the ones who haven't.

Thunder S Grace

Author: Mary Elizabeth Thunder
Editor: Barrytown Limited
ISBN:
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"Thunder's Grace" is the tale of a remarkable elder, Grandma Grace Spotted Eagle, who adopted the author and guided her in spiritual awakening. At once harrowing and uplifting, this memoir takes us from her traumatic early life through to her transformative experiences with Grandma Grace and other legendary elders such as Wallace Black Elk, Rolling Thunder, and Chief Leonard Crow Dog; it culminates with her inclusion in the Sun Dance, one of the world's most venerable of sacred initiations. Intimate, honest, and spiritual in essence, this is a book about a woman's quest for meaning amid two cultures and a compelling account of the visionary side of life.