Silver Eagle, the official biography of “Band of Brothers” veteran Clancy Lyall

Memoir of World War II paratrooper Clancy Lyall released in 'SILVER EAGLE', the official biography of “Band of Brothers” veteran–pulsating with many behind the scenes details and photos of an unsung hero.
Silver Eagle
Silver Eagle
DARTFORD, U.K. - March 18, 2013 - PRLog -- 'SILVER EAGLE' is the official biography of “Band of Brothers” veteran Clancy Lyall, written by his friend Ronald Ooms.  After the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor and seeing every young man leave town to join the army or the merchant marine, Clancy, who was only sixteen, didn't want to stay behind so he lied about his age and enlisted into the military.  
He became part of the 101st Airborne and saw action in Europe where he jumped into Normandy during D-Day.  After a narrow escape from death he was reassigned to Easy Company 506, the famous 'Band of Brothers'. He saw action during Operation Market Garden, confronted the freezing temperatures and brutal barrage by the enemy during the Battle of the Bulge, witnessed the horrors of the concentration camps in Nazi Germany and became the first allied soldier to step into Hitler's 'Eagles Nest' in Berchtesgaden.  
At the end of World War II he re-enlisted and joined the 82nd Airborne where he was stationed near Frankfurt, Germany.
He made two more combat jumps in Korea, doubling his total of combat stars on his jump wings.  And with that becoming one of the few to ever achieve that feat.  In Indochina he became an adviser for the 29th French Parachute Division. This is his story told by the man himself.
Author Ronald Ooms says “Clancy Lyall was a true friend who gave me the chance of a lifetime to fulfil my childhood dream.  And that dream was to write a book some day.  As a kid, I did not know at the time what my future book would be about and when Clancy offered me to write his story some two decades later I knew it was an offer I couldn't refuse...  I truly hope I've done him justice with his official biography called 'Silver Eagle', which was also his Cherokee Indian name.  Sadly my dear friend Clancy passed away in March 2012.”

“Clancy Lyall was a tough Texas farm boy who entered World War II as a 16-year-old paratrooper, fought, survived, and thrived alongside of a company of elite soldiers, then reenlisted and fought in both Korea and Vietnam. This is a powerful and warm-hearted story of an American hero, a must-read for any fan of the Band of Brothers.”
—Marcus Brotherton, author of We Who Are Alive & Remain

Clancy Lyall was one of the Band of Brothers lesser-known, unsung, heroes. A veteran who transferred into Easy Company after being wounded in Normandy, he fought beside Dick Winters and the others through Holland, Belgium and on to Adolf Hitler's Eagle Nest on a Bavarian mountaintop. The book is like having an informal, one-on-one, chat with Lyall, filled with rich detail and little known facts of the man known as Silver Eagle.
— Larry Alexander, bestselling author of "Biggest Brother: The Life of Major Dick Winters, the Man Who Led the Band of Brothers"

"Anyone interested in the fighting men behind 'Band of Brothers' will enjoy 'Silver Eagle.' This book highlights the end of an era as Clancy Lyall's personal story is told in his own words, which although occasionally naïve, illustrate a time where values and conduct were second to none - absorb and enjoy."
—Ian Gardner, Co-Author of 'Tonight We Die As Men' and author of 'Deliver Us From Darkness.'

For more information or to arrange an interview with the author of this book, please contact Olu Akinpelu on 07790432029 or email:

'SILVER EAGLE' can be obtained from Pneuma Springs Publishing at the following address:

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