A Warrior's Story: A Story of the Marine Corps (Fictionalized)

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Trafford Publishing, Feb 17, 2009 - Fiction
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Captain William E. Connors is serving in a West Coast Communication Research Company. Suddenly he receives orders to report to the Commandant of the Marine Corps Headquarters in Washington D. C. Upon arrival he meets a Lieutenant who has run afoul of his Commander. Bill is promoted and transferred to Japan. He takes the Lieutenant with him. Bill is placed in charge of a Battalion of Force Recon Marines. With the help of the Lieutenant and the Battalion Sergeant Major, Bill sets out to bring the Battalion to better physical condition and ready for their standing orders. Bill has been given an additional mission of extracting a secret agent from North Korea without the knowledge of the North Koreans then deliver the agent to Washington. Bill gets in trouble with a few persons in the fulfillment of his assignments, but solves them all with the help of his hand picked Marines and their Instructor. After completion of the mission, Bill is charged with organizing and staffing a Marine Intelligence unit. Using his contacts from the Research Center and Force Recon Marines he met in Japan, he is successful using his ėGung Hoî attitude. This is not the usual story of the US Marines. It is a fictionalized story of everyday duties of Marines in the unseen and support units that no one ever hears about. It is their accomplishments that aid the front line combat Marines in the building to building warfare that you do hear about.

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