The facinating journey of a high school dropout who entered the Marine Corps on his 17th birthday, served a four-year stint as an enlisted Marine, then got out of the Corps and became a cop, but remained in the reserves. Bushey ultimately received a direct commission, remained active in the reserves, was called to active duty on several occasions, commanded a unit that bloodied Saddam's noses during the First Gulf War, and ultimately retired as a full colonel. Funny, interesting, some sordid, but every word true. For someone who never thought he would become a corporal, Bushey did well!
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About the Author
A high school drop-out, Bushey went on to receive his GED, an associate, bachelors, and master's degrees. In addition to retiring from the Marine Corps Reserve, he also retired from the Los Angeles Police Department as a commander, and from the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department as a deputy chief. He remains active as an author and speaker, primarily in the areas of leadership and ethics.