Into the Dragon's Teeth: Warriors' Tales of the Battle of the Bulge (Sept., $29.95) by Dan Lynch and Paul Rutherford chronicles the experiences of three WWII soldiers. Military Book Club selection.
Battleship Arizona's Marines at War: Making the Ultimate Sacrifice—December 7, 1941 (Nov., $19.95) by Dick Camp focuses on the role of the Marines during the attack on Pearl Harbor; includes photos.
Final Patrol: True Stories of World War II Submarines (Oct., $15) by Don Keith reports on submarine exploits.
Black Heroes: America's Buffalo Soldiers (Feb., $16.95) by Jane Eppinga examines why the buffalo soldiers became such formidable warriors.
UNIV. OF ALABAMA PRESS/ FIRE ANT BOOKS
Outpost Kelly: A Tanker's Story (Oct., $19.95) by Jack R. Siewert narrates the events of a four-day Korean War battle in July 1952.
UNIV. OF MISSOURI PRESS
Power at Sea, Vol. 1: The Age of Navalism, 1890—1918; ...Vol. 2: The Breaking Storm, 1919—1945; and ...Vol. 3: A Violent Peace, 1946—2006 (Dec., $19.95 each) by Lisle A. Rose recount the emergence and growth of naval might before and during the 20th century.
UNIV. OF SOUTH CAROLINA PRESS
Army 101: Inside ROTC in a Time of War (Dec., $24.95) by David Axe considers how student cadets are hardened into citizen soldiers.
UNIV. OF TENNESSEE PRESS
Echoes of Thunder: A Guide to the Seven Days Battles(Sept., $24.95) by Matt Spruill III and Matt Spruill IV observes five Civil War battles fought from June 26 to July 1, 1862.
WHITE MANE BOOKS
For Honor, Flag, and Family: Civil War Major General Samuel W. Crawford, 1827—1892 (Nov., $19.95) by Richard Wagner traces the life of a doctor turned general.