"Brian, tell your story. Americans need to hear what you did, what happened to you,
and where it led you. Keep it up!"
-Brigadier General Douglas E. Lee
(US Army, Ret.)
On one calm morning in late July 2006, a ten vehicle
convoy departed its Forward Operating Base in
southeastern Afghanistan. Destination: KANDAHAR.
Less than five hours later one soldier awoke, burned and
bloody, in a ditch on the side of the road.
This is the story of Sergeant B.C. Fleming. A Team
Leader in a Reconnaissance Platoon with the US Army's
10th Mountain Division, Fleming recounts his grueling
experience of waging war in the high-desert mountains
of Afghanistan. From being shot at to getting blown up
TWICE to delivering humanitarian aid to impoverished
children, he candidly describes "the real story" of the war
in Afghanistan as he experienced it.
His story is one of truth, pain, sacrifice, soul-searching,
and the unthinkable adversity American troops overcome
daily in order to protect and defend the American people.
"Brian's life is an answer to prayer. Betty and I thank him for
sharing so effectively."
President, LIFE Outreach International
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