Christopher (Moon) Mullins

A former paratrooper with service in the 82nd Airborne Division, Long Range Recon (F Co 51st Inf), and 5th Special Forces Comms Support (B-Team), Christopher (Moon) Mullins retired from the US Army in 2000 after 20 years. He holds an Associate's Degree from Georgia Military College as well as Bachelor's and Master's Degrees in IT from Kaplan University. Moon's first book, published in 2016 was book about his father's service in World War II titled, Lucky Mullins, available on Amazon.com. He is the editor for ARGunners Online Magazine, working with Casemate Publishing, Pen and Sword, Osprey, Oxford Press, and independent publishers as well. Moon recently published his third book, The History of the 82nd Signal Battalion in WWI and WWII. Chris is married to Bhavna Mullins and they make their home in Buford, Georgia, USA.

Part six of a 10 part series Celebrating America’s best WWII publishers -Casemate Publishing Company

Being there . . . . in Hitler’s East Prussia field headquarters, the Wolfsschanze, after the attempt on his life in the Fall of 1944 . . . STARTLING NEW INFORMATION AND RECENTLY UNCOVERED GERMAN NEWSREELS OF THE FUHRER’S ULTRA SECRET WOLF’S LAIR Part six of a 10 seriesCelebrating America’s best WW11 publishersCasemate Publishing Company …

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Part Five of a 10- Part Series Celebrating America’s Best Military Publishers and Distributors

Being there . . . . with marvelously inspiring author-editor Esther Bonilla Read as she interviews 75 young Mexican Americans about their stories of fighting fiercely in Europe and the Pacific. DESPITE BIAS, SEGREGATION, AND MISTREATMENT, HALF A MILLION MEXICAN AMERICANS WENT TO WAR FOR THEIR COUNTRY. On December 7, 1913, President Theodore Roosevelt said, …

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Badges of the Regular Infantry, 1914-1918. South Yorkshire, UK

David Bilton. Badges of the Regular Infantry, 1914-1918. South Yorkshire, UK: Pen & Sword Military, 2021. Hardcover, illustrated, 302pp. ISBN: 1526758024.Review by Peter L. Belmonte The British Regulars, the “Old Contemptibles,” were professional soldiers who helped hold the line during the rapid advance of the German Army through Belgium and into France in the early …

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Observers and Navigators and Other Non-Pilot Aircrew in the RFC, RNAS, and RAF

C. G. Jefford, Wing Commander, RAF. Observers and Navigators and Other Non-Pilot Aircrew in the RFC, RNAS, and RAF. London: Grub Street, 2001. Hardcover. Illustrated. 401pp. ISBN: 978-1-909808-02-7. Review by Peter L. Belmonte Military pilots of the garnered a lot of attention, especially those pilots who flew during the two world wars. Much of this …

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Part Two of A Five Part Series – Celebrating the Naval Institute Press

Being there . . . . not only to enlist in the US Navy’s first Fast Carrier Task Force, but also to watch and appreciate what really happened when its fighters won the most spectacular sea battle in world history. . . SINKING THE FINAL REMAMENTS OF THE JAPANESE NAVY BY A NEW BREED OF …

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KALASHNIKOV RIFLES- FROM BAD GUY RIFLES TO GOOD GUY RIFLES

reputation was well earned, because AK variants have traditionally been used by enemy combatants, terrorists, pirates, guerrilla forces, insurgents and drug cartel gunmen. While it true that certain Free World military personnel carried AK-47s, while executing SOCOM style operations, it was during The Global War on Terrorism that a much larger number of “good guys’ …

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