Books & DVDs

Perry has written numerous books. In June, 2015, Perry published Courage, Compassion, Marine: The Unique Story of Jimmie Dyess. This book tells the story of Jimmie Dyess, the only person to receive both the Carnegie Medal and the Medal of Honor. Instructions on ordering the book appear below. The retail price of this book is $17.95. However, the book may be obtained for $15.00. Perry will pay the cost of shipping to any location in the United States. A check made out to Perry Smith should be sent to 3007 Cedar Hill Lane, Augusta, Ga. 30909. If you wish the book personalized by Perry, please state the name and message. You are encouraged to order multiple copies for your friends and family members.
Here is a PayPal Link to buy Courage, Compassion, Marine: The Unique Story of Jimmie Dyess. Free shipping for all orders within the 50 United States. If you want copies shipped out of the US please use our contact form so shipping costs can be addressed.




 

You can purchase autographed copies of his book Rules & Tools for Leaders and the DVD Jimmie Dyess: Twice a Hero from Perry through this web site. Rules & Tools for Leaders is available wherever books are sold, on and off line, including Amazon.com, barnesandnoble.com, Powells.com, and iTunes.com.

You can order Rules & Tools for Leaders directly from Perry and request that he sign with a personalized message if you want. When you visit the PayPal site (see the Buy Now Button below) simply add any message you would like in the instructions field.


FOUR VIDEOS BY MARK ALBERTIN AND PERRY SMITH

TWICE A HERO: THE JIMMIE DYESS STORY
Jimmie Dyess of Augusta, Georgia was an Eagle Scout, a graduate of Clemson, an All-American college marksman and a combat Marine. He is the only person to have earned America’s two highest awards for heroism, the Medal of Honor and the Carnegie Medal. Lieutenant Colonel Dyess was killed in combat in February, 1944. Each year in Augusta, on the second Thursday in January, the Jimmie Dyess Symposium is held.

WHEN DUTY CALLS: THE LIFE AND LEGACY OF DON HOLLEDER
Don Holleder of Rochester, New York was an Eagle Scout and a graduate of West Point. He was a first team All American football player and is a member of the College Football Hall of Fame. He had a distinguished military career in the Army receiving the Soldiers Medal and the Distinguished Service Cross. Major Holleder was killed in combat in October, 1967. A major athletic center at West Point is named in his honor.

HERVEY M CLECKLEY: A MAN FOR ALL SEASONS
Hervey Cleckley of Augusta, Georgia was an outstanding athlete in four sports, a Rhodes Scholar, a distinguished physician, an inspiring teacher, the author of two best selling books and a pioneer in the study of two significant psychological disorders: Psychopathy and Dissociative Identity Disorder (formerly called Multiple Personality Disorder). His books include The Mask of Sanity andThe Three Faces of Eve.

FLYING COMBAT WITH THE TRIPLE NICKEL
This video tells the story of one year of combat during the Vietnam War. The 555th Squadron was the recipient of three Presidential Unit Citations during its eight years of combat. This video tells stories of aerial combat as well as various activities at Udorn Air Base, Thailand from August, 1968 through August, 1969.

Mark Albertin was the director and videographer of these DVDs (web site: scrapbookvideo.net)
Major General Perry Smith, USAF (ret.) was the executive producer.

Anyone wishing a free copy of one of these videos, please send a check for $5 (to cover postage and handling) to Perry Smith at 3007 Cedar Hill Lane, Augusta, Ga. 30909. If you want two or more, $10 please.
Be sure to include a return address with your check.



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