M.E.Hubbs

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Gender MALE
Industry Environment
Occupation Author/Historian/Archaeologist
Location Huntsville, Alabama, United States
Introduction M. E. Hubbs is an eleven-year veteran of the U.S. Army Infantry. Since leaving active duty he has worked as an environmental protection specialist and archaeologist for the US Army on Redstone Arsenal, Alabama. His work has taken him to several far-flung islands in the Pacific where the fierce battles of World War II have left relics both above and below the surface of the coral sand. Besides the extensive non-fiction writing that Mark does for his job, he has also written non-fiction for several history related magazines and journals. Mark is currently working on his second novel, "The Archer's Son," the story of a young boy who marches with King Henry V's army into France during the Hundred Years War, culminating in the famous Battle of Agincourt. Huntsville, Alabama has been home for Mark and his wife Phyllis since 1989. They have three children and four grandchildren.
Interests History, Anthropology, Archaeology, Geneology, Shooting Sports, Living History, Museums