Destruction of a Soul-The 1993 World Trade Center Bombing and its impact on a life, is a biography of the victim of this horrific attack on the WTC and on the United States. Written by the victim's sister, it describes how the '93 attack was swept under the rug by the Clinton Administration, how the victims of the '93 attack did t receive the attention that they deserved. This story shows the destruction of a person who did thing more than go to work that day and ended up in a crater from hell devised my the most evil of militant jihadists, the Blind Sheik Abdul Rahman
Jeannette Remak is a military aviation historian, writer, author, artist, and photographic engineer. Her books include XB-70 Valkyrie: The Ride to Valhalla (1998, MBI Publishing, Co.) and A-12 Blackbird: Declassified (2001, also MBI), The Archangel and the OXCART ( Trafford/Phoenix Aviation Research 2008), NASA and the Shuttle Shuffle (Phoenix Aviation Research 2012) and is currently writing her fifth book To Slip the Surly Bonds... NASA, The Shuttle Disasters and the Implosion of the U.S. Manned Space Program (Phoenix Aviation Research). She and he co-author/owner Joseph Ventolo Jr., has also written pieces for the Atlantic Flyer with her co-author (Gilded Cage or Golden Screw and Who's Got the Bird?) which dealt with the restoration of vintage aircraft and the position of Museums holding aircraft collections including salvagers rights and the US Navy position on such issues, as well as several articles for Air Force Association. Ms .Remak had been interviewed by: Smithsonian Air and Space Magazine for the August '99 issue concerning the XB-70 Valkyrie. She and her co-owner, Joseph Ventolo have been interviewed via TV for the Shuttle Museum Awards issues that were hotly contested in 2011. Ms. Remak is an accomplished artist. Although she has done a number of paintings with science fiction and landscape themes, for the past 15 years her work has been mainly aviation oriented. Eight of her paintings are part of the Air Force Art Collection. Her art has been shown at the U.S. Air Force Museum at historic Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, near Dayton, Ohio, placed in the Pentagon, the U.S. Air Force Art Presentation program at Andrews Air Force Base, Maryland, near Washington, DC; used in the 1999 Air Force Foundation Art Calendar. The most recent exhibition was at the 60th Anniversary of the United States Air Force Art program, at Wright Patterson AFB, Dayton, Ohio at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force.The painting Cygnus Rising is the first painting of the Lockheed/CIA A-12 Blackbird, introduced into the Air Force Art collection. Jeannette has a degree in Photographic Engineering She obtained her Masters Degree in Aviation Mechanics in 2001. Her experience in photography and the graphics industries spans 30 years. He Aviation career spans some 25 years. Both Jeannette and Joe have extensive TV /film production research/ editing skills.