The true story of Brad Parker, officer commanding a clandestine military force sent to Colombia by the President of the United States to find and kill Pablo Escobar. An army officer and master aviator, he was recruited to join an intelligence unit so secret it didn?t officially exist. The group was made up of a small number of active duty soldiers whose surveillance targets were directed by the President. This book relates the details of some of the extraordinary operations he was involved in that span the globe, and reveals the astonishing perfidy of the French government. This book demands to be read, because it is a fascinating glimpse into the bizarre world of 'black' operations.
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About the Author
Bachelor of Science in Professional Aeronautics from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and Distinguished Graduate from US Army flight school, Brad is a Life Member of the Association of the United States Army, the Army Aviation Association, the Air Force Association, and the Military Officers Association. A Master Army Aviator and instructor pilot in helicopters and airplanes, he was an aid-de-camp and an air liaison officer to the ROK Army in Korea. He received the Legion of Merit, the Army Presidential Superior Unit Award, the American Honor Spirit Medal, and the Humanitarian Service Medal. He served with the 1st Cavalry Division, 2nd Infantry Division 7th Cavalry, Army Field Artillery Center, 6th Army Headquarters, V Corps Headquarters and the 228th Aviation Regiment. He completed a classified assignment as an ISR aircraft commander and foreign service operative at Fort Meade, Maryland.