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Jerome T. Hagen

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Brigadier General Jerome T. Hagen, USMC (ret.) “recently retired as the Dean, Academic Advising at Hawaii Pacific University. He was born in Norma, North Dakota and attended Minot State Teachers College. He received his B.A. Degree from Syracuse University and his M.A. degree from the University of Michigan.

Brigadier General Jerome T. Hagen enlisted in the United States Marine Corps in 1952, during the Korean War, and following “Boot Camp”, served as a drill instructor at the San Diego Recruit Depot. He subsequently completed Officer Candidate Screening Course, was commissioned a Second Lieutenant and rose to the grade of Brigadier General. He flew 483 combat missions in A4 “Skyhawk” aircraft during the Vietnam War where he earned the silver star medal and numerous other decorations.” 


Brigadier General Jerome T. Hagen is the author of the four volume work - War in the Pacific: War in the Pacific: America at War: (Volume 1); War in the Pacific: People and Places (Volume 2); War in the Pacific: The Road to Tokyo (Volume 3); and, War in the Pacific: The Southwest Pacific Area (Volume 4).

War in the Pacific Volumes 1, 2, 3, 4 (WAR IN THE PACIFIC)

According to the book description of War in the Pacific: America at War: (Volume 1), “The book is a factual description of selected events of WW II in the Pacific. Each chapter in the book stands alone and can be read in any sequence you choose. The impact of the book is a remarkable and sobering counter to the history revisionists of today and those who would seek to reeducate our youth for tomorrow. Read any chapter of the book and put it down. You will not be able to refrain from returning again and again to the book to read another powerful chapter.”

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