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Clarence E. “Kip” Vold Talks About His Family’s Legacy in His Book “Farmer’s Son, Military Career”

His autobiography tells not only his 30-year career in the Air Force and the transition to civilian life that followed but also about his family history and heritage.

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A beautiful piece of family history and heritage!

“Farmer’s Son, Military Career” (Page Publishing; 2015) by Air Force veteran Clarence E. “Kip” Vold is a great piece of family history. For the author, it serves as a fond memory of family members he holds dear and also reflects his efforts to reconnect with those who have lived far away from the family. Proof of these are the family pictures he shares in his book.
Of Norwegian stock, the author narrates how his paternal grandparents landed in South Dakota instead of their original destination of Seattle; how his parents met; family ties between relatives in South Dakota and Wisconsin, his mother’s place; family and farm life; and other stories and anecdotes of family members.
The author also mentions his father who influenced him and his brother to pursue careers that have nothing to do with farming. The elder Vold later became disappointed with his decision to join the Air Force because he had hoped his son would take his place at the farm and become his partner. And another family member noteworthy of mention is his late brother, whose death somewhat led him to write “Farmer’s Son, Military Career.”
Clarence E. “Kip” Vold’s “Farmer’s Son, Military Career” should inspire readers to keep track of their family history and preserve their heritage by publishing and sharing it with others.
Order a copy of heartwarming, insightful autobiography through the author’s website
Don’t miss the public display of the author’s autobiography at the upcoming 2019 National Council Teachers of English on November 22-24, 2019.

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

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