Linda Adams was raised in Los Angeles and transplanted to Washington, DC, on the Army plan. She served during the first Persian Gulf War and now works as a travel administrator. She has been published in several anthologies, including The New Writer’s Handbook 2007: A Practical Anthology of Best Advice for Your Craft and Career, as well as the magazines Vision: A Resource for Writers and The Toastmaster.
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2 entries by Linda Adams
These stories of combat veterans’ experiences go to the heart not just of war, but of how people act in impossible circumstances.
Thomas W. Young
On a routine flight out of Afghanistan, a military pilot discovers there’s a bomb on board his cargo plane.