Category Archives: Pear Harbor

Hickam Air Field: Where Dad Became A Man

The devastating destruction of Hickam Air Field, bordering on Pearl Harbor, was beyond human comprehension on that fateful day of December seventh of 1941. Hickam Air Field: Where Dad Became A Man By Richard Mabey Jr. My dad signed up … Continue reading

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In Search of a Publisher

To find a publisher for my book, “I Remember Dad,” is a burning obsession within my heart. In Search of a Publisher By Richard Mabey Jr. The book publishing world has radically changed in the past 20 years or so. … Continue reading

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