Arthur Alphin

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Arthur "Art" Alphin
Nationality  United States
Occupation United States Army officer (retired)
Known for Founder and owner of A-Square

Lieutenant Colonel Arthur "Art" Alphin is a retired United States Army officer and military historian.

He is the founder and owner of A-Square, manufacturer of American hunting rifles.[1][2] He taught military history at West Point. Since retiring he has co-authored several books with his wife and children's author Elaine Marie Alphin.

He also assisted ghostwriter Lisa Harkrader in writing Animorphs #51: The Absolute, by providing her with information about tanks and reading over the book to check for errors.[3]

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