Remembering: (Korea: 1950–1953) is a memoir, which describes the author’s involvement in Korea during the Korean War.
Over the years, Korean War has been considered “The Forgotten War” by many. However, the 5,720,000 Americans who served in the war have never forgotten what it was about, and that it was much more than just a “Police Action” as referred by President Truman.
Be captivated as Ottley recounts one of the bloodiest wars in American history.Read More
“Great read for any military war buff. Especially good for veterans and any one that lived through these years.”
“This is a really great story not only for Korean veterans, but the veterans in general.”
“My great-grandfather was a veteran. I enjoyed reading this because I get to reconnect with him. Really nice!”
“I believe that veterans are the true heroes. They contribute a lot to our nation. They must be honored. I salute them.”