To Lead by the Unknowing, To Do the Unthinkable by Michael Waseleski

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To Lead by the Unknowing, To Do the Unthinkable tells the story of a squad of marines on the front line of the war in Iraq. It tells of the battles the marines were in and how they had to improvise, adapt, and overcome to complete their missions, as well as the personal struggles they endured and their thoughts while the war was unfolding right in front of them. From Marine Corps boot camp to life out of the marines, To Lead by the Unknowing, To Do the Unthinkable is a must read.
 

About Michael Waseleski

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Michael Waseleski left for Parris Island Marine Corps Recruit Depot in June of 2002, only six days after graduating from high school. He received an honorable discharge from active duty in June of 2006 following three combat tours on the front line and tip of the spear during Operation Iraqi Freedom. Michael was awarded eleven ribbons and medals, including two separate medals for heroic achievement; they are worn with a gold V for valor in combat. He started out in boot camp as a recruit; once he graduated, he started at the lowest rank of Private. Michael moved through the ranks quickly, reaching the highest rank a marine can reach in the first four years; he became a sergeant in three years. To Lead by the Unknowing, To Do the Unthinkable started out as just a couple of memories jotted down on paper, and those memories soon turned into a couple of pages. Once Michael let a few people read those pages, they wanted him to expand them into a book. To Lead by the Unknowing, To Do the Unthinkable is Michael’s first book.
 
Published July 23, 2009 by AuthorHouse. 272 pages
Genres: History, War, Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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