Bobby W. Miller

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Bobby W. Miller (born December 27, 1940 in Florence, Alabama) served as a medivac pilot in the Vietnam War in 1968 and 1969 and was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross and the Air Medal.

Miller, who marched with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., in Selma, Alabama in 1965, was credited later with ending segregated locker rooms at the Ford Motor Company Die Cast Plant in Sheffield, Alabama, where he was employed from 1962–1974

In 1992, he ran in the Democratic primary against Alabama U.S. Senator Richard Shelby, finishing third with 6% of the vote.

He invented a stock market stock picking system called "The FreeStock System."

Miller worked as the golf professional on the Holland America ship MS Westerdam. Mr. Miller authored: RV (2007) The Business Of Assassination (2006), An Angel Named Zabar (2005), Taciturn (2004), Toto Coelo (2004), You Have My Word On It (1994), Conversations With God (1992), The Newbe (1974). He has two 5-star music CDs, Bob Miller Sings From The Heart Gospel/Country (Vanquish Label).

Possibly, one of Bob Miller's most appreciated efforts is Turtle Central. It's an extensive linked list of campgrounds in the lower 48 states that uniquely comes with Road Atlas grid locations. Turtle Central was voted "Best Source" in 2005 and again in 2006. An estimated 16,000 RV and travel trailer enthusiasts visited the Turtle Central website in 2006.

Mr. Miller is a political activist who has campaigned against former President George H.W. Bush since Mr. Bush was appointed the Director of the Central Intelligence Agency.

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