Knife Fighting Knife Throwing For Combat

Author: Michael D. Echanis
Publisher: Black Belt Communications
ISBN: 089750058X
Size: 18.72 MB
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Soldier of Fortune magazine described the late Michael D Echanis as "one of the leading experts of hand-to-hand combat in the world". Before creating one of the most effective knife-defence systems in modern warfare, Echanis studied under the supreme grandmaster of hwa rang do, Joo Bang Lee, and specialised in un shin bup, the Korean counterpart to ninjutsu.

Record Of Val Kyrie

Author: Angelina & Giovanni Colón-Franceschi
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 9781462839230
Size: 14.44 MB
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Two neighboring nations, the Kingdom of Velecia and the Republic of Debye, have been in feud for over a century, fighting for the Property Trade Route through the natural land bridge in Volgo-Don. Whoever controls the Property Trade Route controls all taxation rights. Unfortunately, the battles have left Volgo-Don in ruins. Civility needed to be restored, and in doing so, an agency needed to be created. Order and law would come into place with the help of the peacekeeper Agents of FISTT (Final Investigation, Survival, and Termination Tactics). It was their sole duty to contain the war from spreading past Volgo-Don. Yet, in the midst of the conflict, FISTT must also investigate the prophecy of the Anti-Goddess. They must stop the mass-murdering sociopath that was known only as the Val-Kyrie. This is where the Record of Val-Kyrie begins--

Fair Chase And Other Tales

Author: Larry Roper
Publisher: Big Mac Publishers
ISBN: 9781937355050
Size: 16.70 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Fair Chase and Other Tales is a very unique book in the wonderful field of families and adventure stories. Many books are about grizzly attacks and the like, but this book is amazing in its variety. Crazy bear stories, yes, but also tales about muskrats, weasels, doll sheep, Native's sacred hunting grounds, bucks in a death struggle with each other, lost wife in the wilderness, kids coming of age and all-in-all a terrific assortment about a family finding its way and each other in the wild. It has opened to some rave reviews by old and young alike. One review begins, "I couldn't put the book down, Josh couldn't either" The same will be true of you. The homespun style is compelling and honest. -------- Publisher

The Czar S Last Soldier

Author: Jacques Evans
Publisher: Jacques Evans
ISBN: 9781452307275
Size: 13.74 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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The Czar's Last Soldier is the story of the search for the Star of Golconda a 42.5-carat diamond slightly smaller than the Hope diamond. Before he was killed, a marine buried the diamond in his foxhole on the island of Corregidor during World War II. Thirty-two years later, at a Nebraska post office, Sam Gibbons and Roscoe Barnes are removing the old post office boxes and replacing them with new ones. Both men are World War II veterans who teamed up as general contractors after the war. When the old post office boxes are removed a letter hidden between warped boards falls to the floor. The letter, dated 1942, is from the marine who died on Corregidor and gives the particulars of a jewel theft he committed at the Shanghai Officer's Club in 1941. As there are no members of the marine's family still alive, they read the letter. Shortly after the theft, the marine's regiment was transferred from China to the Philippines. After the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor, the regiment was tasked to defend Corregidor. When the order to surrender was given, not wanting the Japanese to gloom onto the stolen jewels, the marine buried them. Sam and Roscoe hunt for the jewels but are unaware they were stolen from a czarist officer and are thrust into the middle of an international legal battle.

A Country Pillow Book

Author: David Kavanagh
Publisher: Dram Books
ISBN: 9780954856717
Size: 20.24 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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A unique six-year compilation of British rural news, interspersed with the author's own observations on birds, mammals, fish, and aspects of Britain's countryside today. Most rural subjects are covered in a comprehensive snapshot of country life at the start of the new Millennium. From December 1999 to February 2006, scores of different issues are compressed into hundreds of bite-sized, easily digested articles. From angling to animal rights campaigns, foxhunting to farming, game shooting to wildlife conservation, a diverse collection of views, comment and advice is presented. The batty and the bizarre also get a look-in, as do the controversial and the downright crazy. With its packed pages, A Country Pillow Book could become a bedside companion for the rural researcher or a useful tool for the country-loving insomniac.

They Fought Valiantly For Their Country S Survival

Author: Bob Orrick
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 9781503536234
Size: 13.29 MB
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They Fought Valiantly for Their Country’s Survival contains the personal accounts of South Korean soldiers and marines who fought for the survival of their country following the North Korean sneak attack on South Korea that was the start of the Korean War 25 June 1950–27 July 1953. Inasmuch as a ceasefire or cessation of hostilities was signed at Panmunjom on 27 July 1953 and the shooting stopped, the Korean War remains very much in the forefront of world news as a declaration of peace has not been signed as the 2.5-mile wide demilitarized zone between the two Koreas attests in stark, menacing evidence. The accounts that are contained within this book are real and reveal in clear prose the devastation, the pain, the agony, the danger, the fear, the betrayal, distress, wounds, death, turmoil, separation, and love of family that was the constant with these South Koreans as they stood in the forefront and stopped the evil known as communism and set in place the seed that culminated in the tearing down of the Berlin Wall a few decades later. The South Koreans who fought valiantly during the thirty-seven-month Korean War, stopped the spread of communism in the Far East. Truly, theirs was a heroic stand that the free world can applaud today.

Field Stream

Size: 20.79 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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FIELD & STREAM, America’s largest outdoor sports magazine, celebrates the outdoor experience with great stories, compelling photography, and sound advice while honoring the traditions hunters and fishermen have passed down for generations.