An insightful account of Gulf War I, Desert Storm Diary is carefully detailed from the author's wartime diary and documents the chronology of the war, its major battles and countless heroes, including an alphabetical roster of the 311th Evac Hospital. it also captures a story beyond military history as the memoir unfolds the experiences of Colonel Hook and his two sons, Bill who flew the last B-52 over Baghdad in Desert Storm, and Paul who was an Abrams M1-A1 tank platoon commander, all of them overseas at the same time. The epilogue presents the "10 Commandments of Muslim Diplomacy" which according to author John Durand represent "wise advice from a thoughtful participant/observer."
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About the Author
W. Franklin Hook, MD is a graduate of STanford University and the Jefferson Medical College of Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA. A retired physician radiologist and ex associate professor of radiology at the University of North Dakota School of Medicine, Dr. Hook is the author of Never Subdued, a true history of the Philippine-American War. He is also the author of numerous articles in medical journals, and two textbooks. He currently resides in Hot Springs, S.D.