WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — Veteran, Former AP War Correspondent, and Author Bob Dvorchak says the soldiers of the 82nd airborne gave him and unfettered look at what it was like to be dug in and waiting for Operation Desert Storm to begin.
His new book, “Drive On: The Uncensored War of Bedouin Bob and the All-Americans” gives a raw and personal perspective of what it is like to go through a war. Dvorchak, nicknamed ‘Bedouin Bob’ by soldiers, describes in detail what they endured, how they lived, and what they were feeling in the days just before the battle began.
His personal journal of his time is a look at all who participated, the hardships they suferred and their reminders of home and family.
Dvorchak will be signing books at Barnes & Noble in Jacksonville Saturday from noon until four.