Never Insult My Colors
By: Frank J. Andrle
About the Book
Before the Korean War kicks off, Bill Parker and Don Lane of Cleveland, Ohio, find themselves dancing with beautiful women, hunting at their cabin, and making a pact to stick together. As the war ramps up, the men join the service. With their enlistment papers signed, the two men enter an entirely new world: one full of order, discipline, and real danger.
When called to the front lines, they face a new set of challenges, far grander than the insults and pressure of their Drill Instructor. With bullets flying and enemies all around them, the men must work together to survive and return home. They dream of futures with peace, faithful wives, and hunting trips back at the old cabin.
However, the future doesn’t always follow the easiest path, and life can be extinguished in a single moment. Despite these challenges, one principle remains: love is eternal, even if life is fleeting.
About the Author
Frank J Andrle was born in Cleveland, Ohio. He joined the United States Air Force in 1942, serving as a flight engineer. He flew test hops and recovered downed aircrafts in Africa and the Middle East. His hobbies include fishing, hunting, skydiving, and writing.
(2018, Paperback, 218 pages)