MEAD, OKLA. (PRWEB) January 15, 2015
This engrossing and eye-opening read chronicles the experiences of, Retired First Sergeant, Herb Brewer, USMC, and brings to life an outstanding, all-encompassing, witty, honest, caringly brutal, human, and timeless narrative. Combining two stories into one, he takes readers all the way from the grueling view of the recruit to the panoramic mission and perspective of the Drill Instructor.
It gives the reader a panoramic view from the perspective of the recruit, to the mission of the Drill Instructor. Where a platoon of raw recruits is transformed into basically qualified Marines, and the Drill Instructor have eight weeks to accomplish their mission: Turning a group of idealistic individuals into lean, green, Marines.
By Herb Brewer
Hardcover | 6x9 in | 450 pages | ISBN 9781503513440
Softcover | 6x9 in | 450 pages | ISBN 9781503513457
E-Book | 450 pages | ISBN 9781503513464
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
As a veteran of the Vietnam War, Herb Brewer retired as a First Sergeant in August 1988. During those 27 years, he completed two tours as a Drill Instructor at MCRD, San Diego, California. He is a graduate from numerous schools in the Marine Corps; including the U.S. Army’s Sergeant Major Academy at Fort Bliss Texas. After retirement, he earned a bachelor of arts in history, and an associate of applied science in general management. As a correctional officer and case manager, Herb retired from the Oklahoma Department of Corrections in June 2002. He currently resides in Oklahoma.
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