A spell binding true account of a ministers experiences during his thirty year relationship with the military.
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Once A Soldier
This book chronicles the author's nearly thirty year relationship with the U. S. Army. It shares, in detail, about two tours with combat units in Vietnam and a chapter that recalls an experience that the author states was "the most horrendous" of his life This experience took place in Germany during late 1983. This chapter could be a book by itself and worth the price of the entire book. Individuals that have read this book report that it is spellbinding and state that they could hardly put it down once they began reading.
On Friday the 10th of November 1983, the 7th Engineer Staff Judge Advocate (military lawyer) came to my office and initiated a procedure that marked the beginning of the absolute darkest days of my life.
Nothing that happened during my two tours with combat units in Vietnam could compare with all that was to happen during the next one-hundred days. It looked for a time that court martial and dismissal from the military service was a possibility. The military's stance was and continues to be that an individual is presumed guilty until he proves himself innocent.