About the author:
E. J. McCULLY (1915-1973) was born in La Grande, Oregon, and raised in Oakland, California. He became a Regimental Personnel Officer and Captain in the 415th Infantry Regiment of the104th Infantry Division of the U.S. Army during World War II and was awarded a Bronze Star Medal for his efforts. He later served for almost 20 years in the U.S. Army Reserve in Phoenix, Arizona, retiring as a Lieutenant Colonel and receiving the Army Commendation Medal. After employment at the Phoenix Veterans Administration, he rose to an executive position with a local business, living in Scottsdale with his wife and three daughters.
by E.J. McCully
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Winner of the 2017 Book Fest Award, History: Military
Imagine you are a Regimental Personnel Officer for the U.S. Army in the European Theater during World War II. You are charged with the delivery of hundreds of replacements to the front lines. On occasion, you are required to drive blackout over miles of heavily mined, shell-torn roads that are subject to sniper fire. On top of these challenging and dangerous responsibilities, you and your men are required to transport, pack, assemble, and dismantle almost two tons of office equipment for a personnel office in a field setting—during a war. At the same time, you must keep your office running efficiently. Such was the experience of Captain E. J. McCully, as described in Journals of War.