On March 25, 2017 I had the pleasure of interviewing Tim Hall, author of Marines Never Cry.
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Marines Never Cry: Becoming a Man When it Mattered. It’s our story – all of us who went to Vietnam, regardless of when, where, what we were doing or branch of service. Variations abound, but it’s all there – the before, during, and after. Zeke Hammond was us.
Tim Hall served with the Marines in Vietnam in the 1960s, after which he earned an Associate’s degree from Nassau Community College, a Bachelor’s degree from Adelphi University and a Master’s degree from the University of Memphis.
Tim has published numerous professional and technical articles and has also contributed to magazines and journals related to his pastimes, which have included vintage cars, competitive pistol shooting and flying Cessnas and Grumman Tigers. He’s flown aerobatic planes (Pitts Special and Bellanca), skydived, and drag raced hot cars for many seasons at Bandimere Speedway/Thunder Mountain.
He is an honorary lieutenant with the Denver Police Department and serves on Denver’s Citizens Appreciate Police Board of Directors. He is a member of the Rocky Mountain Oldsmobile Club and is active in veterans’ activities, causes and organizations.
To learn more about his book visit www.TimHonors.com where he is building a community of veterans who share their story on his forum.