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America's Voices announces a new, free service to our readers: publication of selected e-books on topics of great interest and concern to our readers.

The first e-book we are presenting is:

Home Remedies and Protection For Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) Incidents

Prepared by:

Major Frank C. Stolz, USMC (Ret.),
Round Rock, Texas

CWO4 James E. Mulloy, USMC (Ret.),
Oceanside, California

Major Frank Stolz is a retired Marine Corps Officer who spent twenty years in the Corps, a good portion of that overseas.  He is a Vietnam veteran and commanded Marine Rifle Platoons and a Rifle Company in combat, as well as later duties as an Advisor to RVN Forces.  His tours of duty also included tours at HQMC, the Pentagon, and also a tour in Military Assistance Advisory Group (MAAG) China.  Upon  retirement in 1979, he worked for 13 years in Saudi Arabia with the Oil Company Aramco, and spent another 5 years in other nations in the Middle and Far East.  His education includes a BS from San Diego State University, and an MBA.  He is now retired and resides in Texas.  Major Stolz is also a contributing guest commentator for America's Voices.

Captain Jim Mulloy is a retired Marine Corps Officer who served thirty-four years.  It took 16 years for him to be promoted to Gunnery Sergeant; he then went from 2nd Lt. to Captain in the next two years.  After the Vietnamese Conflict ended, he was reverted to Warrant Officer-1 and advanced to Chief WO-4.  During his service, he performed in varied Marine Corps assignments:  Infantry, embarkation, interrogation and translator (Vietnamese language), and finished as a Supply Officer.  He spent all of his overseas assignments in Southeast Asia, Japan, Okinawa, Philippines, Thailand and, of course, a few trips to South Vietnam.  His education consisted of courses at each duty station.  He finally got a BA from San Diego State after retiring in 1984 in Oceanside, California where he now resides.

They wrote this book in the absence of meaningful information on preparing for WMD attacks from government agencies, as a means of helping their families to prepare themselves appropriately for the possibility of a WMD incident in the United States.  They have decided to also make it available to others who have been unable to find this critical information through other sources.  It is written in layman's language and includes an Appendix of useful website links and other resources.  Late-breaking Addendum.

The America's Voices Web Team

David A. Young, Publisher/President
Donald T. Miller, Webmaster/Treasurer
Carolyn Abbott, Editor/Secretary

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WMD Chapters 3 &4



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