Thursday, May 7, 2009

Retired Brigadier General Donates Book Proceeds To Returning Vets


U.S. Army Brigadier General A.J. Tata (ret) is giving every dime of royalties from his new book, Sudden Threat to the USO Hospital Services Fund to help care for wounded warriors and their families. At the book release party alone he raised over $15,000 for the troops.

Although a work of fiction, Tata's book describes what
is really happening on the strategic and operational levels in the United States military. Sudden Threat is dedicated to three soldiers that Tata served with, who were killed in combat.

Tata will be my guest on today's News Talk Online on at 5 PM New York time. CLICK HERE to talk to him.

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