Chris Armold

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Chris Armold
Pen name Chris A.
Occupation writer, photographer
Genres Non-fiction
Spouse(s) Connie

Chris Armold (aka Chris A.) is the author of A Vulgar Display of Power: Courage and Carnage at the Alrosa Villa,[1] a recounting of the tragedy at the Alrosa Villa, where Dimebag Darrell, Jeff "Mayhem" Thompson, Erin Halk, and Nathan Bray were killed and John "Kat" Brooks and Chris Paluska were injured by Nathan Gale.

He is also the author of Steel Pots, The History of America's Steel Combat Helmets[2] and Painted Steel, Steel Pots Volume II.[3]

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