Dennis Robertson’s New Book ‘Teddy Bears to Dangerous Missions’ is an Astonishing Personal Account That Captures the Relationship Between the Military and Society

Fulton Books author Dennis Robertson, a veteran of the US Navy Submarine Service, an IT professional who had a flourishing career in the field, and a dedicated husband to his wife of 56 years, has completed his most recent book “Teddy Bears to Dangerous Missions”:  a raw and honest anthology that probes on the author’s early memories and milestones throughout his eight decades of life. Along with detailed narration, the author also shared his family photo archives to further the experience of his readers.
Dennis writes, “Come aboard as the author takes you from his early childhood living in Miami before and during WWII to his years hopping among several grammar schools in the eastern United States. He served almost eight years in the US Navy Submarine Service. His description of life on long isolated sixty- to seventy-two-day deterrent Fleet Ballistic Missile (FBM) submarine patrols will give you an appreciation for the sacrifices still being made today by our US Navy Silent Service warriors.
This autobiographical journey concludes with the author’s transition to civilian life and a successful career living in the Washington, DC, area raising a family. The book is filled with over a hundred images illustrating the narrative.
This is a must-read for any military veteran or history buff.”
Published by Fulton Books, Dennis Robertson’s book is a remarkable piece that one will remember for a long time. This is a beautifully written autobiography that highlights the sacrifices of the US Navy Submarine Service. These service warriors deserve respect for the goodness they’ve done for the country.
Readers who wish to experience this compelling work can purchase “Teddy Bears to Dangerous Missions” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.
Source: Fulton Books