Have you ever wondered why many veterans say so little about "what happened over there?" You may find a few reasons between these covers.
This is a story about Korea in 1952, told through the eyes of a twenty-year-old medic trainee. It has some of the impacts of politics and policies, a few of the morals of the day, the methods and tools or lack of them are made apparent as they all press one person to muddle through a difficult time. It is about being forced defend a line, in a little foxhole with no way out, and in the end we were given the silent treatment.
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About the Author
He grew up in foster homes as the mother stayed employed in California and the father in Canada. His mother maintained that the way to success was through education and service to others. He joined the Navy to serve.
Read the book to follow his interest development. How and why he became a medic and what he would do to further his education and development.