From Homeland Security expert, Jason Piccolo, comes the second edition of his best-selling book Unwavering. With the border of the United States experiencing an unprecedented surge of human and drug traffic flowing north from Mexico, the media continuously called on me to discuss breaking stories. This second edition provides an updated assessment of the U.S. border through my experiences as a Border Patrol Agent and Special Agent as well as my views as a Supervisor in the interior of the United States to working as ICE headquarters’ staff in Washington, D.C.
Jason’s Bottom Line Up Front (BLUF): This book is my view from the ground; from my point of view working the southwest border to the interior of the United States to the Washington, D.C. bureaucracy to input from colleagues with "boots on the ground" knowledge. This book details my background in the U.S. military and in federal law enforcement. It is a snapshot of my almost twenty years in law enforcement and my years in the U.S. Army, including a tour in Iraq.
|Publisher:||Nexus Resolve, LLC|
|Edition description:||Second Edition|
|Product dimensions:||5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.55(d)|
About the Author
Piccolo hosts the popular podcast "The Protectors w/Jason Piccolo". The Protectors with Jason Piccolo brings true life stories from Law Enforcement, Military and First Responders; our Nation's "Protectors" AND those that support them. Protectors are those that run toward danger, the ones that put their lives on the line to keep us safe; here and abroad.
Piccolo is a recurrent contributor on major news networks providing expert insight into the world of smuggling and human trafficking. Piccolo is frequently called on to provide expert advice on all aspects of homeland security. The Washington Examiner publishes Piccolo's opinion pieces frequently and has even been cited by the President.
Piccolo served in the United States Army from Private to Captain, including a tour in Iraq in 2006 to support the Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force - Arabian Peninsula as their Anti-Terrorism Officer. Piccolo left military service in 2006 as an Infantry Captain after serving in the active and reserve components since 1993. Piccolo remains active as a mentor to veterans and spouses.
Table of Contents
Part One: Making My Way To The Southwest Border 1
Part Two: My Brother And The War 127
Part Three: Back To Homeland Security 143
Part Four: The Decision 161