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Female Soldier's Memoir Wins 2008 National Best Book Award
by Melia Meichelbock

"In the Company of Soldiers" by Melia Meichelbock is honored as an Award-Winning Finalist in the Autobiography/Memoir category of the National Best Books 2008 Awards, sponsored by USA Book News.

"I feel extremely honored to be an Award-Winning Finalist in this national book competition," says author Melia Meichelbock. "I hold nothing back in this tell-all book in the hope that readers will gain an honest insight on the war from a unique perspective, from living with all men and having an extra-marital affair to charges against my superior officers."

As one of the few women allowed on the front lines and sent to mix with Iraqi locals, Meichelbock recounts experiences that you canapostrophet find anywhere else on the book shelves. The book will give individuals in the military and civilians alike a candid you-are-there perspective on life as an American solider in Iraq, all told with a few healthy doses of humor to help you enjoy the read along the way.

"In the Company of Soldiers" is available for sale online at,,, and through additional wholesale and retail channels worldwide. Ten percent of all book sales profits go to aid disabled veterans.

About the author:

Melia Meichelbock served as a civil affairs sergeant in the United States Army Reserve Special Operations Command where she received the Combat Action Badge, the Army Commendation Medal, the Iraqi Campaign Medal and the Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal for her service in Iraq. She currently works as a communications and marketing manager for a California financial association.