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  • Dan Santos is now friends with Bob Stockton
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  • Writer of Naval Fiction, Vietnam Vet, Lover of fine spirits, layabout.
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  •   Michael Freze reacted to this post about 12 months ago
    Just returning from three weeks of book signings at Navy ship reunions and Navy fraternal organizations:
    USS Nantahala, Bloomington, MN. Doubletree
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    Just returning from three weeks of book signings at Navy ship reunions and Navy fraternal organizations:
    USS Nantahala, Bloomington, MN. Doubletree
    USS Shangri-La Jacksonville, FL Doubletree
    Florida Chief Petty Officers Ass'n. Space Coast convention Center, Cocoa, Fl.

    Now to attack that mountain of laundry!
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  • Randall Krzak is now friends with Bob Stockton
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  • Bob Stockton added new listing A Man Who Lost His Wife and Other Stories in Short Stories
    A Japanese bar that becomes much more than a place to get a drink. An unusual dream. A man who lost his wife unexpectedly. An obnoxious drunk who gets more than he bargained for....
    A Japanese bar that becomes much more than a place to get a drink. An unusual dream. A man who lost his wife unexpectedly. An obnoxious drunk who gets more than he bargained for. Ranging from...
    A Japanese bar that becomes much more than a place to get a drink. An unusual dream. A man who lost his wife unexpectedly. An obnoxious drunk who gets more than he bargained for. Ranging from autobiographical to allegorical, each of these stories-and more-finds a home in Bob Stockton’s fifth book, A Man Who Lost His Wife and Other Stories. Readers will find humorous snippets that last no more than a few paragraphs to longer stories that touch the heart. Grab a cup of coffee and escape into the mind of a Navy veteran with a flair for describing what’s really important in life.
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  • Bob Stockton added new listing The Third Tour in War & Military
    HELP ME MARTY, HELP ME... Radarman First Class Zack Martin’s physical wounds that were inflicted when his ship was attacked by friendly aircraft while on patrol in Vietnam have...
    HELP ME MARTY, HELP ME... Radarman First Class Zack Martin’s physical wounds that were inflicted when his ship was attacked by friendly aircraft while on patrol in Vietnam have healed. His...
    HELP ME MARTY, HELP ME... Radarman First Class Zack Martin’s physical wounds that were inflicted when his ship was attacked by friendly aircraft while on patrol in Vietnam have healed. His psychological wounds are another story. Recently, the flashback dreams about his friend Campbell’s mortal wounding from that terrible morning have diminished, but the panic attacks have not. His fiancé Camille is pressuring him to leave the Navy and seek help. To add to his dilemma, word has just recently been received that his new ship, a destroyer, is headed back to combat duty in Vietnam waters. Martin is reluctant to throw away nearly ten years of his navy career. He must soon decide whether to seek psychiatric help at the Navy Hospital and accept a medical discharge or suppress his fears and sail once again into harm’s way. In ‘The Third Tour,’ Bob Stockton draws on his personal experiences and more to deliver a fast-paced, action story of Navy combat both on the high seas and along the dangerous brown water rivers of Vietnam, placing the reader directly in the line of enemy fire.
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  •   Dominik Marcel Kirtaime reacted to this post about 1 year ago
    Bob Stockton added new listing Sea Stories in Humorous
    A brash film producer who gets his comeuppance. A one-night stand with an alcoholic singer that ends badly. A young sailor that can’t seem to do anything the right way. A...
    A brash film producer who gets his comeuppance. A one-night stand with an alcoholic singer that ends badly. A young sailor that can’t seem to do anything the right way. A dilapidated honky-tonk...
    A brash film producer who gets his comeuppance. A one-night stand with an alcoholic singer that ends badly. A young sailor that can’t seem to do anything the right way. A dilapidated honky-tonk saloon where anything goes on a Saturday night. These stories and more can be found in author Bob Stockton’s ninth book, Sea Stories: Tales Told by an Old School, Politically Incorrect Navy Chief.” Sea Stories is author Bob Stockton’s remembrances from the U.S. Navy of the Cold War and Vietnam era where sailors aboard ship worked long, hard and often dangerous hours at sea and played equally hard – if not more so – when after long periods at sea they came ashore to blow off steam in the sailor bars and B-girl clip joints in foreign lands thousands of miles from their American home port. Find your favorite chair, get comfortable and enjoy the often improbable but always entertaining adventures – and missteps - of the young Navy men who went to sea more than a half-century ago.
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