Numbland Security

Numbland Security

by David Furneaux

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Overview

National intelligence officers, governors, and congressional oversight leaders seek her advice. Carrie Station is a rising star inside the top-secret world of national security at NOIHMLA, the National Office of Intelligence, Homeland and Military Liaison Agency. Detecting and stopping threats against the US is part of her day. After helping take down another threat, Carrie looks in the mirror and asks, How did I get here?The answer: 9/11Over a decade before, that day forever changed the lives of two Midwest college students, Carrie Station and Jeff Hanford. When Carrie meets Jeff in history class, she nicknames him Rockhead. For the next two years, they trade sarcasm about history, politics, and even each other's love interests.But as they watch the horror of 9/11 unfold in a college union, they know their worlds will change. In the next months, they find out how far it takes them into different worlds...together or with others.The Journey to NOIHMLA is the first book in the Numbland Security book series. It follows Carrie and Jeff for 15 years of their loves, wars, and the ongoing threat of terrorism. Carrie and Jeff represent the unknown and dedicated people who serve and make sacrifices in our continually changing world.These are the hidden heroes we should know more about.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780999193389
Publisher: Rover T Hill Productions LLC
Publication date: 07/04/2018
Series: Numbland Security , #1
Pages: 286
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.64(d)

About the Author

The draft is the only lottery David Furneaux's ever won. But it gave him an assignment in Army intelligence with an infantry unit eight miles above Pearl Harbor. It gave him a deep appreciation for timely and shared intelligence between government units and the military.

David has interviewed thousands of people as a national recruiter and later as an oral historian for veterans' history projects. He realized during the journey, he loved helping people tell their stories.

He's a recovering history major, volunteers at a local veterans medical center, and is an independent. In recent years he has been a speaker on the Pearl Harbor attack, WWII, the Korean War, and Veterans Day commemorations at Honor Flight programs, libraries, veterans organizations, and community centers.

He feels 9/11 was the domestic Pearl Harbor for America's 21st century.

David lives in Iowa. He's married and is a proud parent and grandparent.

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