BookLocker logo

SKIVVY NINE! by CMSgt T. Wyman Beal, USAF, Ret.

SKIVVY NINE!

by CMSgt T. Wyman Beal, USAF, Ret.

349 pages
One year in the history of a military intelligence organization.

Ebook $9.95   Download Ebook instantly!
(PDF format)
Paperback $17.95   + $8.33 shipping & handling (USA)
(add $2.80 S&H per additional copy)
Category: Autobiography
(requires Adobe Reader)
About the Book

This book is based on a journal compiled by Chief Master Sergeant T. Wyman Beal, USAF, Retired, during his assignment as the Operations Superintendent of the 6903 Electric Security Group, or SKIVVY NINE, at Osan Air Base, Korea.

In only one year at SKIVVY NINE, the Chief endured a massive security violation; MARGINAL IG Inspection; fired Commander; new "John Wayne-type" Commander hell-bent on healing a sick unit; the humiliation of a public dressing down; scores of unnecessary readiness exercises; an IG re-inspection; and finally, the skullduggery and intrigue required to avoid being relieved of duty. According to Chief Beal, this was a "one million/two million" experience. He wouldn't take a million dollars for it--he wouldn't do it again for two.

This is a good read for those who were, or are, career military men and women and will be able to relate to this story on a personal basis. Individuals who spent one tour in the military then got out will find it interesting to learn what their leaders were up to behind the scenes. People with no military experience at all will be amazed at the military culture and how it functions. Lastly, high school and college seniors considering a career in the military will want to read this book to see what they're getting in to.

If you like this book, you may also like North of Knoxville - South of Atlanta.

 

Related Titles
  • North of Knoxville - South of Atlanta by T. Wayne Babb
    A young man comes of age in the Air Force.
  • Happy Trails by Frank Hulse
    Self Help - Clear guidance and encouragement for life's journey
  • A Tiger by the Tail by T. Wayne Babb
    An intelligence unit in transition between war and peace.
  • Born to Be Brothers, An American Civil War Epic by T. Wayne Babb
    The American Civil War as seen from both sides
  • HONTO! by T. Wayne Babb
    The oral history of an intelligence operation committed to paper.
  • WAR STORIES by CMSgt T. Wayne Babb
    A military career crammed between the covers of a book.
  • HONTO II by T. Wayne Babb
    The pictorial history of an intelligence operation committed to paper.
  • HONTO III by T. Wayne Babb
    The pictorial history of an intelligence operation in Northern Japan.
  • Alabama Boy by T. Wayne Babb
    Alabama Boy is fiction based upon historical fact. It's the story of a dirt-poor farm boy who enlists in the Army to support his family. He ends up making the military his career and serves in both WWII and the Korean Conflict with distinction.

 

About the Author
CMSgt T. Wyman Beal, USAF, Ret. CMSgt T. Wyman Beal, USAF Retired, spent 30 years as an Air Force intelligence analyst in Japan, Italy, Texas, Thailand, Greece, Alabama, and Korea. Beal spent 10 years with Defense Intelligence Agency, The U.S. and Saudi Arabian Air Forces, Central Intelligence Agency, and the National Reconnaissance Office. He's now retired.

 

 

Copyright © 1998 - 2014 Booklocker.com, Inc. - All rights reserved. Privacy Policy