Bullets, Blades & Badges: Adventures of an Adrenaline Junkie

Bullets, Blades & Badges: Adventures of an Adrenaline Junkie

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Bullets, Blades, and Badges is a poignant memoir that gives intimate insight into the life of a high school dropout who went on to retire from the U.S. army as a decorated Vietnam veteran, a Chief Warrant Officer, paratrooper, and combat helicopter pilot. If that were not enough for this adrenaline junkie, he followed that with a second career and retired as a police officer in Dallas, TX, patrolling the mean streets of his childhood. Adventures of an Adrenaline Junkie lets you take a peek into the tragic, humorous, and intimately personal aspects of both careers, and clearly portrays the courage and humanity of a man who sees the humor in most every situation.

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  • Frank Lassen

    Young men and their ideas about life I was a young man graduated from high school in the late 1950s This book is almost similar to my life I joined the Navy in 1959 became and aircraft mechanic an lat...

  • paul schell

    Great book Donald !Donald is one hell of a man ! He is also an excellent author, I really enjoyed this book. The only thing that I didn’t like was that the book ended too quick! Thank you Donald!...

  • William Orme

    Thank youGreat book to read. A real life story with a happy ending.This book is not filled with profanity or blood and guts as some books about Vietnam are.A true picture of one mans service to his co...

  • Andy Reed

    Outstanding I like the way Author told his story, both humorous and deadly serious. Recommend this to both combat veterans and police officers....

  • Bernadine Lee

    Downloaded and read in the same day, could not put it downVery interesting and easy read. There are still some good old white men out there. I would recommend to read...

  • Scott Broome

    Must readThis book is excellent, in that it focuses on the good that came from the Authors experience.I found it to be an pleasant, but accurate portrayal of a life lived....

  • Frank Langman

    Very interestingThis book was well written and edited. The authors life was very interesting and described excellently. The book was hard to put down....

  • ED Anthony

    Excellent well written book. Easy read, humorous. A book all can veterans can associate with. Provides a different enlightening insight in experiences in Vietnam and subsequent police service....

  • Mickey starrs

    Army section was excellent. Police section was very good. Thank you for your service and god bless our police officers....

  • GARY B. WILHELM

    This book tells the story of a Chief Warrent Officer's career from pre-enlistment to his retirement from US Army aviation. It also follows his work as a police officer in the civilian world. But the i...