Hey, apparently, it was another victory for our side; so, who should complain? I still do, however, because some of my guys were hurt, and I always hated that part worse than anything else.
Anyway, so much for the relationship between my commander and me. We did not see eye to eye, but I was forced to take his orders, whether I liked it or not. That is the name of the game.
|John McClarren - US Army (Retired)|
John McClarren was born at the end of World War II in San Diego, California.
He is currently living in northern Michigan and retired from everything except writing and substitute teaching. His wife, Debbie, is an active special education teacher.
John's Facebook Page
Also see John's Other Post:
Military Life - Service or Career
His book is currently available in print and e-book formats.
John also has a memoir coming out shortly, titled Taking Risks, Defining Life
Besides the first two books, John is working on a humor book that most likely will be titled, Hey, it Wasn't My Fault, and he is also working on a novel.
“I am only one, but I am one. I can't do everything, but I can do something. The something I ought to do, I can do, and by the grace of God, I will.” ~Everett Hale
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