Sgt. Clyde Hoch is an award winning author. He served in Vietnam as a tank commander in 1968 and 1969 the years of the heaviest fighting of the whole war. He writes because he feels the great sacrifices of these great heroes should not be forgotten and should live on in words for future generations. All profits from his books are donated to veterans groups, schools and libraries.
God Help Me
This free book is intended to help people with post-traumatic stress disorder and traumatic brain injury. It is meant for a mother, father, or friend to better understand what their son or daughter may be going through. It is meant to help others realize what some people live with every day. You may never know what someone is going through until it is too late. Some wounds are not visible. Please pass this audiobook on to someone you know who may need it.
Tracks Memoirs of a Vietnam Veteran
Sgt. Clyde Hoch arrived in Vietnam during Tet of 1968. He was immediately made a tank commander. He returned home after Tet of 1969, these were the times of the heaviest fighting of the war.
Tanks a Century of Dominating the Battlefield
Tanks a Century of Dominating the Battlefield is a documentary following the evolution of American tanks starting in WWI up to today’s cutting edge technology. This film was produced and directed by Sgt. Clyde Hoch who was a tank commander in Vietnam in 1968 and 1969 the years of the heaviest fighting of the whole Vietnam War. It is 38 minutes long, very educational, and a must for any tank enthusiast. People who served in tanks said they learned from this film.
B. A. R. Man, Browning Automatic Rifle Man
BAR, MAN some amazing things before he was wounded. He was captured by the Chinese and forced to march 200 miles. He was held as a POW for 2 1/2 years.
A Man Down
A Man Down is the story of four young men who gave their lives serving our country. One was killed trying to save another, in Vietnam. One was killed in a fire explosion, in Vietnam. One was killed in a mine explosion in Afghanistan. One according to NCIS was a suicide. In 2012 there were more suicides than combat deaths. Read what a vet is doing to help other vets and the authors view on deaths.
ALBION is Clyde Hoch's first fiction. It has eight exciting chapters. Each chapter is a different story. Each story takes place on a different place and time from Mars to Polynesia.
Tribute to Tankers
The print is only available from Clyde Hoch. It is of Sgt. Clyde Hoch's tank in Vietnam. It was painted by world known military artist Mark Churms. It is 16X20 inches. To purchase the print send $9.99 plus $3.00 for shipping to Clyde Hoch.
God Help Me
God Help Me! was written to help people cope with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Traumatic Brain Injury. I am not educated but have lived with it most of my life.
Some estimates feel as many as 150,000 Vietnam Veterans have committed suicide since the war. Thirty percent of Vietnam Veterans have PTSD. Eleven to 20 percent of Iraq and Afghanistan veterans suffer from it. 70 Percent of all suicides are of veterans 50 and older. A veteran commits suicide every 65 minutes.
Our government wastes so much money on stupid things why can't they do more for our veterans who sacrificed so much for us. If we lose one veteran to suicide we have all failed.
God Help Me! was written to help a mother and father better understand what their son or daughter may be going through. It may help a wife better understand her husband. Some veterans do not understand that their problems are combat related.
Profits from this book will help to start a world wide website where a veteran mentor may be matched with a veteran who needs mentoring. This system does work and who better to understand a veteran, and his problems than another veteran.
The Biography of Linda
Read the incredible true story of a young girl's struggle in life. She and her family are forced to flee China during a revolution. They settle in Vietnam and are caught up in the Vietnam War. She survives a very abusive mother. She is so dedicated and has so much drive she overcomes all obstacles in her life.
She comes to America were she suffers more abuse at the hands of her in-laws and ignorant people. She becomes a fine, dedicated, and patriotic member of American society. So willing to give back to people in need in spite of people abusing her. Her drive and enthusiasm should be an inspiration to every one. Twice a refugee, fleeing with just the clothes on her back, to owner the owner of a fine home and a mother of a fine family.
A Tribute to Tankers
A Tribute to Tankers" starts with a short description of a type of tank. It then follows with stories of people who served in that type of tank in combat. Starting with WWI and follows to Iraq. True first hand tank combat stories.
Marine Corps Boot Camp 1965
What's it like in Marine Corps Boot Camp (1965) was written to preserve history and inform of the sweat, blood, and perseverance it takes to become a US Marine. From the harsh treatment of Spartan life to the end result, graduation and to forever have the title United States Marine. The seemingly harsh treatment from the drill instructor was for one final result, readiness for combat. The step by step result from the very beginning of boot camp to graduation. Sometimes including drill instructors overstepping their bounds.
Cooper The Making of a service dog is a delightful story of a Vietnam Veteran with post traumatic stress disorder who decides to get a service dog. He purchases a very young puppy. He choses a Doberman because he likes the sleek looks and muscular style. He finds a school that will train him and his puppy at the same time. He and Cooper attend school one day a week for a year until Cooper is certified as a service dog. Read of the training that starts as soon as the puppy comes home and continues to this day. Cooper and Clyde learn to become a working team. They both attend meetings and while Cooper has a service dog vest on he knows he is to behave. When the vest comes off Cooper is fee to act like any other dog. When the vest comes off in meetings he runs the room greeting everyone. Cooper rides in the back seat while driving. When Clyde gets road rage Cooper puts his head on Clyde's shoulder. When Clyde get angry at home Cooper comes to him and licks his arm. No matter how angry one has to smile.
I AM A Miracle
I AM A Miracle details the life of Clyde Hoch. From his upbringing in a poverty stricken family to his achievements in adult hood. Clyde's brother in law abused him. His father swore at him. His mother quit cleaning. He entered the Marine corps and was injured in a large anti-tank mine from which he suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder and traumatic brain injury. He tried his best to hide his injuries until late in life he was diagnosed with PTSD and TBI. He started to speak about it to help others understand they too can live with it. He went through a very long stage of alcoholism. Clyde started the Veterans Brotherhood. An organization that takes homeless veterans off the streets as soon as they hear about them, when they are at their lowest with nowhere to turn, hoping to prevent veteran suicides. Some details are very embarrassing to the writer. The main purpose of his writing is to let people know that even though they had a very bad upbringing they can still achieve. Determination and trusting God is the key to any success.
Please join Sgt. Clyde Hoch when he will be officially introducing his newest book "God Help Me! Cause No One Else Will" At the Lehigh County Heritage Museum, 432 W. Walnut St., Allentown, PA. on September 27th from 1:00 until 3:00. Phone 610-435-1074 Sgt. Hoch will be speaking at 1:00.
November 8th, Sgt. Clyde Hoch will be speaking at 10:30 AM at the Blair County Genealogical Society, Hollidaysburg, PA. Watch for it on PCN TV.
Sgt. Clyde Hoch does lectures, public speaking and book signings. To schedule an event please contact Clyde Hoch by email at email@example.com or by phone at 215 679 9580