Call Sign Purple Three

The current event’s between North Korea and South Korea are at the brink of War, and will be picking up from where it was stopped in 1953.

My client has written a true event book about American Soldiers conducting Combat Patrols on the DMZ South Korea during 1985.

No one has ever asked about the men who did do the Combat Patrols on the DMZ. Other documentary and books have been about only of other areas of the DMZ but nothing about that young 18 year old who has to help keep peace between both Korea’s. 

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Desert Warrior by Michelle Dallocchio

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M.B. Dallocchio (The Desert Warrior) served as a medic, mental health sergeant, and retention NCO in the US Army for eight years.  While on deployment to Ramadi, Iraq in 2004-2005, she served as a member of “Team Lioness,” the first female team that was attached to Marine infantry units to perform checkpoint operations, house raids, and personnel searches on Iraqi women and children for weapons and explosives.

After her return in 2006, she pursued studies in Czech and international relations as a David L. Boren National Security Education Program scholar in Prague.  She was featured in the 2008 documentary film “Lioness” and several books covering women in combat. In 2009, she was awarded the Outstanding Woman Veteran Award by the State of Massachusetts for her service in both the military and the veteran community.  

​M.B. Dallocchio is the author of “Quixote in Ramadi: An Indigenous Account of Imperialism” as well as the Women Warriors chapter of the book, “War Trauma and Its Wake.” In addition to having been featured on Al-Jazeera, The Huffington Post, Las Vegas Review-Journal, PBS, Yahoo! News, and many other media outlets covering facing injustice during and after combat, she also speaks out on women and minority issues, ​overcoming strife, and the importance of self-empowerment.

Madalyn Hernandez 

Ms. Madalyn Hernandez is from Houston, TX. And is well known in the State of Texas.

She sings both in English and Spanish.

My Bio: 

I started singing since I was five now I’m 15 years old. My parents are my full support and I’ve had the chance to perform with Shelly Lares and Jesse Turner from Grupo Siggno. I’ve also had the chance to open up for artist like Ram Herrera, Jaime y Los Chamacos, Nando y Soljia Kings, Ramon Ayala, and a few others. 

I was also on Tengo Talento Mucho Talento at the age of 7 and then at the age of 11 I went to La Voz Kids. From there I started working much more then got signed at the age of 14 with Hacienda Records. I made on album with them so far which is called “Un Mundo Mejor” and hopefully soon in 2018 a second album. I was also nominated for best new female artist of the year this 2017 for the Tejano Music Awards which was truly an honor. 

Social media: 

Facebook: Madalyn Hernandez 

Instagram: hernandezmadalyn 

Snapchat: madalynh2002 

Youtube: Madalyn Hernandez