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George Wallace Born and raised in Eastern Ohio, Commander Wallace received his commission in The US Navy and an engineering degree from The Ohio State University. He served on the USS John Adams, SSBN620, and the USS Woodrow Wilson, SSBN624, during which time he made nine deterrent patrols through the height of the Cold War. Commander Wallace served as Executive Officer on the Sturgeon class nuclear attack submarine Spadefish, SSN668, Spadefish and her sisters were decommissioned during the downsizing that occurred in the 1990's. The passing of that great ship served as the inspiration for "Final Bearing". Commander Wallace then commanded the Los Angeles class nuclear attack submarine USS Houston, SSN713. During this tour, he worked extensively with the SEAL community developing SEAL/submarine tactics. Under his command, the Houston was awarded the CIA Meritoreous Unit Citation. Commander Wallace retired to the civilian business world in 1995 after twenty-two years of service in nuclear submarines. He lives with his wife, Penny, in Alexandria, VA.


Genres: Thriller
New and upcoming books
May 2024

Southern Cross
(Hunter Killer, book 9)
May 2025

The Gibraltar Affair
(Hunter Killer, book 10)
Hunter Killer (with Don Keith)
   1. Final Bearing (2003)
   2. Dangerous Grounds (2015)
   3. Cuban Deep (2019)
   4. Fast Attack (2019)
   5. Arabian Storm (2020)
   6. Warshot (2021)
   7. Silent Running (2022)
   8. Snapshot (2023)
   9. Southern Cross (2024)
   10. The Gibraltar Affair (2025)
   Hunter Killer (2012) (with Don Keith)
     aka Firing Point
   Operation Golden Dawn (2017)
George Wallace recommends
Command and Control (2022)
(Command and Control , book 1)
David Bruns and J R Olson
"Bruns and Olson deliver an action packed story from the first to the very last page. Torn from tomorrow's headlines, loaded with intrigue and mystery, a must read for any fan of military techno-thrillers."

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