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CIB Media's selection of documentary American military UNIT and CAMPAIGN history books and videos is one of the largest available anywhere: Army and Marine Corps division histories; Bomb Group and Fighter Group histories; Naval Warfare and Warship histories; Histories of America's major campaigns in World War II, Korea and Vietnam. In addition, we are adding new titles weekly.

 

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Dear Customer,

Thank you for shopping at C.I.B. Media. Our market niche is our unique identification, marketing and packaging of products on a "unit-specific" or "battle-specific" basis, which means we are constantly searching for new military unit and battle history books and videos to offer (select recent additions above).

Customers often ask if I am a veteran and how I got started in the military history business. I was drafted in '67 during my second year of college and served without distinction as an enlisted man. The shortage of lieutenants as a result of their high casualty rate during Tet '68 brought me a nomination for OCS and a chance to be a statistic.

After a total of 3 years active duty and excellent training both stateside and in Panama, I volunteered for Vietnam where I proudly served with 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment - The BLACKHORSE - as an Armored Cav recon platoon leader. I was just an average platoon leader at best, but I loved my men and I did the best job I could. Lots of firefights and two Purple Hearts later, I was promoted to Captain.

In November 1972, after nearly six years on active duty and several corrective surgeries on my wounds, I was medically retired with the permanent rank of Captain. I then entered the business world and also completed my education at Saint Marys College, graduating as Class Valedictorian with a degree in Business Management.

Fifteen years after the War, Vietnam veterans were starting to come out of their bunkers. I attended a reunion in '85 and became reacquainted with men I knew from 'Nam. Most of us want historical information on our unit - The Blackhorse - but we could not find any. Thus the idea for C.I.B. Media was born, thanks to my friends in the 11th Armored Cavalry Veterans & Cambodia.

We all thank you for your business.

Frank R. Cambria, President

 
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