Georgia author exposes realities of veterans from Korean War in new memoir
CUMMING, Ga. — This week marks the nationwide release of “Devils in Baggy Pants,” a poignant new book by author A.J. Panzarella.
Was it true, did it happen? Was it strange that the United States officially ended the Korean War in 1954 when the armistice was signed in 1953?
In “Devils in Baggy Pants,” Panzarella speculates that the people will have to wait for the men who were involved to be released from their commitments of silence. Most of the servicemen are gone and will never received praise for their actions. This book expresses the author’s opinion regarding these men — that they did not do it for praise, recognition or glory; just a thank you is all they wanted.
Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the book is available through bookstores nationwide, from the publisher at www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore, or by visiting barnesandnoble.com or amazon.com.
Panzarella is an executive vice president of American Sales and Promotions, Inc. — a multi-faceted company, specializing in consulting of various products and concepts. A veteran who served in the Korean War as a paratrooper and sniper specialist, Panzarella is also the author of “Too Old to Die.”