Don Keith

Don Keith is a journalist with decades of experience across various media. As a broadcast journalist, he won awards from the Associated Press and UPI for news writing and reporting, received the first Hector Award from Troy University for innovation in broadcast journalism, and was twice named Billboard's radio personality of the year for his work in Birmingham and Nashville. As a print journalist, his writing has appeared in the Washington Post, Congressional Quarterly, and American Legion. He is author or co-author of thirty books, both fiction and nonfiction, including Hunter Killer, the basis of a 2018 movie starring Gary Oldman and Gerard Butler. He lives outside Birmingham, Alabama. David Rocco retired from the New York Housing Authority after a career of twenty years. Since then, he has volunteered for cultural and environmental initiatives in the Hudson Valley and New York City area, including a major role in redeveloping the Walkway over the Hudson project and extensive work at Mount Beacon. He lives in Yorktown, New York.