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Bradley is also president of the James Bradley Peace Foundation, which fosters understanding between America and Asia.
AFFI is privileged to have captured this unique chance to present James Bradley at the pinnacle of his career.
I sometimes take part in the ASAE book club and have bought books by Jim Collins, Marcus Buckingham, and James Bradley at ASAE's annual meetings--all of which I got the authors to sign.
In keeping with the original James Bradley city plan as designed in 1897, Oceanfront Asbury features open parks and wide roads that flow into ample beach access.
James Bradley, has emerged to tell his father's story and to recall the bloody battle from the infantryman's perspective.
The much-anticipated keynote speaker, author James Bradley, told a packed conference hall that reaching for what appears to be impossible is a worthy goal--always.
James Bradley, author of Flags of Our Fathers, seeks to interview WW II Pacific theater officer and enlisted airmen from: VB-1, Yorktown (CV 10), or anyone who knew Lloyd Woellhof; VT-82 and VMF-123, Bennington (CV 20), or anyone who knew James Dye, Grady York, Warren Vaughn; VT12, Randolph (CV 15), or anyone who knew Floyd Hall, Marve Mershon, Glenn Frazier; and/or any carrier personnel who flew strikes against Iwo Jima or the Bonin Islands.
James Bradley is the son of John "Doc" Bradley, a Navy corpsman who joined five Marine brothers-in-arms during the Herculean struggle to wrest "Sulfur Island" from the Japanese.
James Bradley has done a great deal more than write a "battle book" for another reason, probably without even realizing it.
A number of the conference participants also contributed to Ian Duffield and James Bradley (eds), Representing Convicts.
Fellow winner James Bradley, who is a soccer player with Cockhill Celtic, was also part of the syndicate and he was over the moon.
He graduated from Howard University with honors and has worked with renowned athletes like James Bradley of the Pittsburg Steelers.