News & Events

May 20, 2018: Special presentation and book signing at Tulare Historical Museum in Tulare, California. Here are a few photos:

August 8, 2015: Jim Escalle was the guest speaker at the Estrella Warbird Museum's dinner meeting on August 5. He shared an overview of his uncle's story, from his early years to his final combat mission over North Korea, showing several photos to go along with the presentation. He then signed some books afterward. Here are some photos from the event:

May 24, 2015: For a special Memorial Day weekend broadcast, Jim Escalle was interviewed by Paul Loeffler of Hometown Heroes Radio. Click on this link to read Jim's story and listen to Jim talk about his uncle. You will also hear from Bill Beigel, a noted military casualty researcher, specializing in the records of American servicemen and women who died in active duty during World War II, Korea, and Vietnam. Click here to listen:

April 20, 2015: Jim Escalle signed copies of Unforgotten Hero at Barnes & Noble Booksellers in Fresno, California on April 18. Click this link to see a few photos of the event. 

April 8, 2015: The audiobook version of Unforgotten Hero is now available on Amazon. It can also be downloaded at Audible and iTunes. 

January 15, 2015: For everyone with an iPad or Mac computer, Unforgotten Hero is available to purchase at the iBooks store.

January 9, 2015: Air Power History, which is the quarterly journal for the Air Force Historical Foundation, has posted a review of Unforgotten Hero in their Fall 2014 edition, starting on page 52.

January 5, 2014: Just received word that Unforgotten Hero will soon be available (later this month) to purchase in both hardcover and paperback at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force in Dayton, Ohio. It is also available at the Planes of Fame Air Museum in Chino, California and at Hangar 25 Museum in Big Spring, Texas.

November 13, 2013: Author Jim Escalle was interviewed by co-host Marty Pay of the talk radio show "Taking Care of Business" on November 9, 2013 for airing over Veterans Day weekend. The interview was copied to You Tube in two segments. Listen to segment 1:  Listen to segment 2:  Disregard the website address that you see on the screen. It has been changed to