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Captain Robert B. Robeson

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Military Writers Society of America

Background Information

Employment History

Silver Boomer Books

Affiliations

Member
National Writers Association

Member
Distinguished Flying Cross Society

Education

Eastern Oregon College

La Grande High School

La Grande Senior High School

bachelor's degree

English

University of Maryland

graduate degree

University of Nebraska at Lincoln

graduate degree

University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Web References (37 Total References)


Flashlight Memories Authors ยป Silver Boomer Books

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Robert B. Robeson was commander and operations officer during his tour with the 236th Medical Detachment (Helicopter ambulance) in Da Nang, Viet Nam, and also commanded the 63rd Medical Detachment (Helicopter ambulance) in Landstuhl, West Germany. He earned 35 medals in combat and has been decorated for valor eight times, including two Distinguished Flying Crosses and two air Medals with "V. Robeson has been published over 725 times in 250 publications in 130 countries, including the Reader's Digest. He's also a professional (life) member of the National Writers association and the Military Writers Society of america.


Robert B. Robeson

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Robert B. Robeson

Robert B. Robeson has had more than 725 articles, short stories, and poems published in over 250 different publications which include Reader's Digest, Positive Living, Official Karate, Vietnam Combat, Frontier Airline Magazine, and Newsday, among others. He's also been featured in seven books and anthologies and has won four national Amy Writing Awards. His articles and short stories have gained a readership of millions in 130 countries. Robeson is a professional (life) member of the National Writers Association, the Distinguished Flying Cross Society, and the Military Writers Society of America. He's also a former newspaper managing editor and columnist.


Capt. Robert B. Robeson and ...

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Capt. Robert B. Robeson and crew take off from Red Beach and fly across Da Nang Harbor on an urgent medical evacuation mission on March 7, 1970. (Photo by Bud am Sonntag, a West German newspaper that has given the author permission to use all photos taken that day and courtesy of Robert B. Robeson.)

After Awards Ceremony
(L-R) Unit pilots Capt. Richard L. Fox, CW2 Burlin S. Letcher, Capt. Robert B. Robeson and 1st Lt.
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Ron ("The Mauler") Reidenbaugh-who plays court jester in late February of 1970--after an awards ceremony in the unit area at Red Beach in Da Nang, South Vietnam. (Photo courtesy of Robert B. Robeson)
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By Robert B. Robeson
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Robert Robeson flew 987 combat medical evacuation missions in South Vietnam (1969-1970), helping to evacuate 2,533 patients.He had seven helicopters shot up by enemy fire and was twice shot down in one year.
He is a writer whose articles and short stories have been published more than 700 times in 130 countries and 250 publications, which includes the Reader's Digest.He's also a professional (life) member of the National Writers Association and the Military Writers Society of America.
Robeson retired from the U.S. Army as a lieutenant colonel after years of military service on three continents.


Capt. Robert B. Robeson and ...

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Capt. Robert B. Robeson and crew take off from Red Beach and fly across Da Nang Harbor on an urgent medical evacuation mission on March 7, 1970. (Photo by Bud am Sonntag, a West German newspaper that has given the author permission to use all photos taken that day and courtesy of Robert B. Robeson.)

After Awards Ceremony
(L-R) Unit pilots Capt. Richard L. Fox, CW2 Burlin S. Letcher, Capt. Robert B. Robeson and 1st Lt.
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Ron ("The Mauler") Reidenbaugh-who plays court jester in late February of 1970--after an awards ceremony in the unit area at Red Beach in Da Nang, South Vietnam. (Photo courtesy of Robert B. Robeson)
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By Robert B. Robeson
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Robert Robeson flew 987 combat medical evacuation missions in South Vietnam (1969-1970), helping to evacuate 2,533 patients.He had seven helicopters shot up by enemy fire and was twice shot down in one year.
He is a writer whose articles and short stories have been published more than 700 times in 130 countries and 250 publications, which includes the Reader's Digest.He's also a professional (life) member of the National Writers Association and the Military Writers Society of America.
Robeson retired from the U.S. Army as a lieutenant colonel after years of military service on three continents.


Capt. Robert B. Robeson, ...

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Capt. Robert B. Robeson, left, and CW2 Timothy J. Yost shutting down their helicopter after a mission on March 7, 1970, where they evacuated a captured and seriously wounded enemy (North Vietnamese Army) officer from under the fire of his own comrades in time to save his life.Photo courtesy of Robert B. Robeson

- Robert B. Robeson
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Robert B. Robeson, of Lincoln, Neb., and formerly of La Grande, flew 987 combat medical evacuation missions in South Vietnam (1969-1970), helping to evacuate 2,533 patients from both sides of the action.He had seven helicopters shot up by enemy fire and was twice shot down.He was commander and operations officer during his tour with the 236th Medical Detachment (Helicopter Ambulance) in Da Nang.
He's a writer whose articles and short stories have been published more than 660 times in more than 250 international, national and regional publications, which include the Reader's Digest, Military, Official Karate, Vietnam Combat, Positive Living, the Frontier Airline Magazine and Newsday, among others.His articles and short stories have garnered a readership of millions in 130 countries.He's also a professional (life) member of the National Writers Association and the Military Writer's Society of America.
He's a three-time national Amy Writing Awards winner and a fourteen-time recipient of the George Washington Honor Medal for essays, articles and speeches on freedom by national awards juries of the Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge, Pa.He graduated from La Grande Senior High School in 1960.
Robeson retired from the U.S. Army as a lieutenant colonel, after 27 1/2 years of military service on three continents.He's been a newspaper managing editor and columnist, has a BA in English from the University of Maryland and has completed extensive graduate work in journalism from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
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