I had had enough of blood, burns, human suffering, death and carnage to last me a life time.
The glaring disparity between today’s all-volunteer American military versus my reasons for serving in uniform is painstakingly obvious to me – thirty years later. My motive for enlisting in the United States Army had nothing, at all, to do with patriotism. I wasn’t looking for something greater than myself to serve, back then. I wasContinue reading “But, God… (Part One)”