About The Author
LW Hawke’s father was a paratrooper pilot during WWII.
In the Korean War he made an emergency landing to pick up stranded troops. He took on enemy fire. They hit his starboard engine. It burst into flames. He wrestled the controls and clipped tree tops on the ridge line. The DMZ was ahead. He landed with the wounded in his shot up C-47.
Some lived to fight another day. Some didn’t.
He flew USAF B-47 nuclear jet bombers during the Cold War. His Intelligence background landed him a slot with the National Reconnaissance Office. His flew NRO B-47s on espionage missions over the Soviet Union. B-47s were the highest tech, highest-flying, fastest aircraft on the planet.
He was a Cold War Intel advisor for the ‘old school’ CIA.
He served as one of five on General Westmoreland’s immediate staff in Vietnam.
He was MAC-V and heading aerial recon.
He did stints with the Office of Naval Intelligence, ONI.
He directerd undisclosed USAF NASA Apollo projects.
He retired from the Pentagon.
LW Hawke grew up on USAF military bases in the ‘Lions Grip’ under intelligence lock-and-key. LW Hawke is the product of a genious IQ, curiosity and common sense.
Hawke watched, listened, analyzed and learned.
Hawke saw America turn upside down far too fast.
He turned to his upbringing.
Threat Analysis and Assets Protection.
Hawke was a ‘lone wolf’.
Hawke worked with no govt. affiliation.
Hawke exposed criminal narcotics rings.
Hawke infiltrated and exposed a homicidal cabal.
Hawke exposed a terrorist group one year after 9/11.
Hawke is an Honary Memeber of the National Association of Chiefs of Police. He became accredited by many agencies.
Hawke knew there were reasons why America suddenly went radically wrong and headed toward Marxist destruction.
He found many disturbing answers.
His RogueOps Novels offer unyielding solutions.
Today he lives with his lovely wife in Sun Valley, Idaho.
He explores Western mountain towns and Wild river valleys.
He writes about what he loves most.
The Land of the Free and Home of the Brave.
Nothing has more power than the ability to investigate systematically and truly all that comes under your observations in life. —Marcus Aurelius