Tag archive

Rajiv Chandrasekaran

Get closer to the veterans who sacrificed for us through these great books

in Nonfiction by

Each year, we pause on the 11th day of the 11th month to acknowledge and give thanks to the countless veterans who have served our country. And while those who haven’t served can recognize the contributions of veterans, it can be difficult to truly understand the depths of sacrifice those service members and their families have made so that we can be free. Thanks to books, though, we have a window into the experience of veterans and their families, whether it be that of an Army sergeant who dodges gunfire to save the lives of wounded comrades, a young boy who waits at the airport for a parent to return from active duty, or an Army captain trying to unravel…

Keep Reading

Go to Top