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Tall Tales from DiDi’s Mancave

Daniel J. Eliseuson

ISBN: 978-1-64007-450-7
214 pages, 5 1/2 x 8 1/2

Memoir-personal narratives-military humor- Southeast Asia,-Minnesota culture- Southern California archaeology- photographs- maps-sketches by “Pete the Pirate” Carolan, US Navy SEAL (Retired) – Oral history, DiDi Molenaar, US Navy SEAL (Retired). Myths, stories, legends, backyard rumors are named sources. Some may not be named due to privacy, personal desires.

The author’s civilian, military and government service and experience, captured moments in time, when the memory, and sometimes a photograph, become a memorial to that specific moment.

Based on the authors 56 years of military and civilian personal and great historical experiences and events portrayed in fictional format

DJE: 6 August 2017

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