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Givler’s letters draw on more than 300 hours (over 30 combat and combat support sorties in surveillance aircraft in support of the war on terror) in the air over Iraq, and has traveled the length and breadth of Iraq on the ground throughout the theater of operations. With humor, love and pride in the youth of America, every Note of Joy and Sadness carries its readers from the cockpit of an Air Force surveillance aircraft, refueling above the Iraqi desert, to dusty outposts in Ramadi and Taqadam. Its words document the liberation by American sons and daughters of Iraq’s 15 million oppressed souls as it brings an American eye to the flat desert light of Arabia, and an American voice to the birth of freedom in Iraq.
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“Steven Givler is a warrior-poet and painter, navigating not only the skies over Iraq, but the loyalties and beliefs that shape our lives. This is a compelling book about faith, beauty, love, resolve -- and war. With a clarity of vision that comes from a deep appreciation of the difference between good and evil, Steven shows us what it is like to fight on the front lines for freedom, and why.” Claudia RosettAward-winning journalist and former books editor of the Wall Street Journal
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