Female military officer shares experiences in Gamberi Garrison

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Sarah M. Jackson releases firsthand account of her experience as chief officer responsible for training Afghan National Army soldiers.

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America needs a true picture of what life is like for the troops on a personal level and all that they are accomplishing

Sarah M. Jackson has recently released a new book detailing her remarkable experiences serving as an army officer on a violent crossroads near the Afghanistan and Pakistan border. “The Devil Dealt The Cards” (published by Xlibris) examines war through human eyes as it tells a powerful story of friendship, female empowerment and the indomitable human spirit.

Captain Jackson served as an operations officer of a logistics battalion stationed on a small Afghan military base. She was not only in charge of the day-to-day operations of her own 700-person unit; she was also the chief officer responsible for training the Afghan National Army soldiers located on Gamberi Garrison.

In “The Devil Dealt The Cards,” Captain Jackson describes how she and her team engaged in training Afghanistan’s greenest soldiers, her experiences living among the natives, and the unexpected friendship, humor and camaraderie she found in the midst of danger and the rigors of military service. The author hopes that this firsthand account will show readers the human side of war as well as the struggles and successes of those embroiled in it.

“I wrote this book to share the incredible story of Gamberi Garrison,” Captain Jackson says. “America needs a true picture of what life is like for the troops on a personal level and all that they are accomplishing.”

“The Devil Dealt The Cards”
By Sarah M. Jackson
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 188 pages | ISBN 9781499059267
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 188 pages | ISBN 9781499059274
E-Book | 188 pages | ISBN 9781499059250
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Sarah M. Jackson holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Virginia where she also commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in the United States Army. She served as an operations officer of a logistics battalion stationed at Gamberi Garrison, Afghanistan. Captain Jackson has now resigned her commission to care for her growing family, but she continues to stay involved with the Army in support of her husband who still serves. She and her husband have been married for six years and have two children.

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