FREELAND, Pa. (PRWEB)
August 25, 2021
Joseph Barna, who won three national gold medals in the creative writing divisions of the Veterans Administration’s Creative Arts Competition, has completed his new book “God Makes Angels and Navy Corpsmen: A Korean War Veteran’s Memories of the War and Life ”: a gripping and powerful memoir that offers a vivid perspective of first-hand experiences of war. Joe’s fighting time in Korea included some of the most terrible fights the Marines have endured, including the mountain battles at Bunker Hill, Old Baldy, Siberia, Vegas, and Reno.
Author Joseph Barna presents his work by writing: “I would like to share a story about a member of the Marine Corps. A man who saved my life on top of a mountain in Korea. He gave me sixty-six more years to live. His name was John ‘Jackie’ Kilmer. He was just a boy from Michigan who loved the Marines and wanted to save as many as he could. His face is forever etched in my mind and my heart. Jackie was tall, maybe six feet two inches, and very thin. He had a high-pitched, squeaky voice, like Wally Cox TV’s character, Mr. Peepers. In those quiet few moments between battles, I shared a bunker with Jackie, and we became good friends.
Published by Page Publishing, Joseph Barna’s powerful book shares the author’s journey while serving in the 1st Marine Division, 1st Regiment, 1st Battalion, Baker Company, Antiassault Platoon. From his childhood in a small town in Pennsylvania, through training camp and Marine Corps training, and finally, remembering and dealing with buried memories decades later, the war veteran of Korea Joseph Barna recounts the events of his life.
Readers wishing to explore this memorable work can purchase “God Made Angels and Naval Men: Memories of War and the Life of a Korean War Veteran” in bookstores around the world, or online. online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble. .
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