Psalms of My Brothers Poetic Reflections from Iraq, Afghanistan, and Beyond

Poetry describing the thoughts, feelings, and emotions of America’s veterans of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan as experienced by actual Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, and Marines.

Psalms of My Brothers by Jonathan Greene, a former U.S. Air Force Security Forces “Defender” who served with the 820th Security Forces Group, 822nd Security Forces Squadron, Moody Air Force Base from July 2000 to September 2003.  Following that, he spent 4 years as a Protective Services Agent for the Commander, USCENTCOM.  During that time, he did 5 full-length deployments to Iraq or Afghanistan, as well as nearly 40 temporary duty (TDY) stints in-country as a PSD agent.

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Book: "Psalms of my Brothers: Poetic Reflections from Iraq, Afghanistan, and Beyond" by Jonathan Greene, U.S. Air Force Security Forces Veteran
Book: “Psalms of my Brothers: Poetic Reflections from Iraq, Afghanistan, and Beyond” by Jonathan Greene, U.S. Air Force Security Forces Veteran

 

Book: "Psalms of my Brothers: Poetic Reflections from Iraq, Afghanistan, and Beyond" by Jonathan Greene, U.S. Air Force Security Forces Veteran
Book: “Psalms of my Brothers: Poetic Reflections from Iraq, Afghanistan, and Beyond” by Jonathan Greene, U.S. Air Force Security Forces Veteran

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jonathan Greene, U.S. Air Force Security Forces "Defender"
Jonathan Greene, U.S. Air Force Security Forces “Defender”

 

 

 

 

 

 

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3 Comments

  1. My husband is interested in your book. Unfortunately, I can only find a source for a Kindle edition. Is there is printed version in existence?

  2. Thanks for the question. It is only available as an eBook. However, it can be accessed through downloading a Kindle app on any smart phone, android or iPhone, or by using Amazon’s free Cloud Reader. You need not have a Kindle to read the book. I hope to get it in print one day, but doing so would mean lots of good people like you buying the book in ePub. Thanks again for your interest.

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