Interview – John Barnes

Chief Warrant Officer John Barnes is a Canadian Army Veteran, who served over thirty years with The Royal Canadian Regiment. Most notably, he was the Company Sergeant Major of Charles Company during Operation MEDUSA, which saw the heaviest fighting sustained by the Canadian Army since the Korean War. His autobiographical book, White School, Black Memories, wasContinue reading “Interview – John Barnes”

New Author – Gerry Madigan

Double Dagger is excited to announce a recent deal with Major (retired) Gerry Madigan, a former Canadian Army logistician and avid researcher. His work, “The Path to Victory was never Straight Nor True,” examines the Canadian response to the Second World War from an economic and policy point of view, as well as examining theContinue reading “New Author – Gerry Madigan”

New Author – Benjamin Inks

Double Dagger is incredibly excited to announce that we have signed United States Army veteran Benjamin Ink’s new work, Soft Targets. A Purple Heart recipient, Benjamin served three years in the United States Army and has worked an odd array of jobs—private investigator, personal trainer, security supervisor at a senior community. So far, the highlightContinue reading “New Author – Benjamin Inks”

An Interview with Matt Hardman

Matt Hardman is a retired U.S. Navy Chief Petty Officer who served onboard a submarine, two aircraft carriers, two amphibious transports, one submarine tender, and a destroyer. During his final tour of duty, he served as the Engineering Department Chief, or “Top Snipe,” for the USS James E. Williams (DDG 95). After retiring, he completedContinue reading “An Interview with Matt Hardman”

New Author – Sean Claxton

We’re very pleased to announce our recent signing of historian and battlefield guide Sean Claxton. His work, a battlefield guide to the actions around Bretteville on 8-9 June, 1944 is the first in a new series for Double Dagger. There is no substitute for actually walking the ground when learning about history, and even aContinue reading “New Author – Sean Claxton”