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Clarence Vold’s memoir “Farmer’s Son, Military Career” gets reviewed by Kirkus Review

“Candidly thoughtful,” said one of the book publishing industry’s most trusted book review publications.

Yuba City, California, USA – WEBWIRE

A candidly thoughtful memoir with plenty of old photographs and commentary

“Farmer’s Son, Military Career” (Page Publishing, 2015) by Clarence E. ‘Kip” Vold continues to make the rounds at various book events across America and the world. The author’s autobiography, which details his childhood in South Dakota, his extensive family tree, this 30-year career in the Air Force, and his eventual transition to civilian life, was well-received in book fairs as well as in online circles.
Kirkus Review recently reviewed “Farmer’s Son, Military Career,” calling it candidly thoughtful at best. The book review publication took note of the author’s plentiful commentary that accompanies the family photographs and his accounts of his father, which radiate a heartwarming affection. The book review finely outlines the premises of the memoir, particularly paying attention to the author’s experiences in the Air Force.
Clarence E. ‘Kip” Vold’s “Farmer’s Son, Military Career” is available through Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and the author’s website
Farmer’s Son, Military Career
Written by Clarence E. “Kip” Vold
Published by Page Publishing, Inc.
Published date: March 4, 2015
Paperback price: $17.95
About the Author
Clarence Vold was born in Mitchell, SD on February 19, 1940. Though raised in a farm, he did not see his future in farming. He went to college and then enlisted in the Air Force. Throughout his career in the Air Force, he served as an electronics technician, military training instructor and instructor supervisor, and a KC & EC-135 boom operator until grounded medically. He scheduled alert and flight training, missile crew alert duty and administrative airlift mission for 5th Air Force, then aircraft operations management. His boom operator experience included 43 combat missions over Thailand and the Gulf of Tonkin. After retirement from active duty in 1989, he returned to college where he enjoyed the writing assignments and worked for the Hertz Corporation for five years.

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 Farmer’s Son,
 Military Career
 Clarence E. “Kip” Vold
 Kirkus Review

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