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                        About Historical Associates 

   Historical Associates was founded out of a respect for, and appreciation of, military history and, through our unique network of connections with veterans and military and historical associations, being able to insightfully research and discover specific and often-unknown aspects of this, our chosen field of endeavor. This work includes co-founding and ongoing support of the U.S. Marine Raider Museum at MCB Quantico and participation in the development of the National Museum of the Marine Corps, in a Board of Directors capacity. 
   With considerable experience in the field of military small arms, with concentration in the area of military knives, our primary research has resulted in the publication of two critically acclaimed books in this field, as well as two additional published books in the field of military history. Over 30 of our magazine feature articles have been published in military, military history and small arms magazine, both in the U.S. and abroad. 
   This is true also concerning the U.S. Marine Raiders, as we are represented in the position of prior-president of the U.S. Marine Raider Foundation and at the board  level within the U.S. Marine Raider Association and with representation on the Historical and Museum Committee. The book the president of Historical Associates co-authored, Our Kind of War, officially authorized by the U.S. Marine Raider Association, is considered the definitive work on this, the first elite-force unit of World War II, and which has recently been stood back up by the commandant, as the U.S. Marine Corps’ new 1st Raider Regiment, based at camp Lejeune and Camp Pendleton, with ongoing, active combat duty in the War on Terror, with particular concentration in Afghanistan as well as the Pan-Africa region. The senior officer of Historical Associates was also the co-founder of the U.S. Marine Raider Museum, which won the McGruder Award for excellence in depiction of U.S. Marine Corps history. 
Our research is ongoing, and it will manifest itself in additional publications and books in progress in the future. 

Phone:      (804) 257-7144                         
Fax: (804) 320-3223

Address: Historical Associates 
6767 Forest Hill Ave. 
Suite 315 
Richmond, Virginia 23225