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The Incident At Bravo Checkpoint


This true story is told first-hand by the author, a U.S. Army Military Police Boat Patrol Commander who was the first to arrive on the scene that day during the active shootings of Hermann Dobler and Elke Martens.


Describe the word Tough in one word. HEATHER! A beautiful five foot six well-endowed 30-year-old woman who just happened to be, one hell of a kickass sniper. Her employer none other than the CIA as their #1 go-to assassin.

The Hawk Series Book 1

Hawk used his patrol unit to do a pit maneuver on John Blood’s GTO. At 65 to 70 mph on the narrow dirt road, Hawk drove his unit hard into the right rear bumper of the GTO, then backed off rapidly.

The Hawk Series Book 2

Ride shotgun with Hawk as he continues to serve and protect the people. In The Eye Of The Hawk – Book 2, more harrowing stories are revealed by Hawk and his intrinsic belief that each life matters.

The Hawk Series Book 3


It was all just a big misunderstanding. Not on Team Mongoose’s part, but that of the King Cobra Cartel thinking it could bring down a mongoose.

The Hawk Series Book 4


Team Mongoose was in the water. Misty and Red, each were in command of 21-foot Coast Guard Chase craft’s, with twin 300 hp outboards, center console drive and a Cal. 50 on the bow.

About The Author

Barton was born on June 24, 1944, in Santa Barbara, California. He was raised on his grandparent’s walnut farm in Ventura, California where he learned to be an avid horseman and cared for all animals big and small.

In the summer of 1962, Barton joined the United States Army and was subsequently stationed in the cold war zone of Berlin, Germany. Read More