Terry A. Degner
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Sachbuch / Biographien, Autobiographien
What actions did Terry take in the middle of a deadly event predicted by the psychic Jeane Dixon?
In 1964, Terry joins the Navy and finds himself back in the real world, a world far removed from the "soul modeling community" he had been adopted into. Here, he returns to the world of fighting. In Radar A School alone, he gets into seven fights, and for this, he is promoted. Two weeks after reporting for duty aboard the USS Mahan, Terry disobeys a direct order--resulting, again, in a promotion. With it, a "sharp mind" emerges, and his skin begins to thicken as he audaciously faces the many emergencies assigned to him during the Vietnam War.
Follow Terry as he puts in twelve-hour days and takes on challenges normally assigned to higher-ups. Read about Terry's Give-a-Shit Buttons and how his actions save the ship from a disaster predicted by the psychic, Jeane Dixon; how he gives last-minute instructions to pilots going in for airstrikes and calmly deals with Maydays; and how some pilots never return due to decisions made by self-serving higher-ups.
Leaf through his many adventures in port. Read about a mentally distraught sailor shoving a sawed-off shotgun in Terry's stomach; about taking on a barracks full of Korean marines; and about the day he stopped fighting. On a lighter note, learn about his voyage into the world of acting, about the two mind-blowing years he played quarterback on a Navy football team, about his atypical relationship with a ship's captain, and how the captain supported him after he received a Dear John letter.
Following this, Terry enters college; a bright new world appears, and the journey of growing skin and finding himself continues. Until that is, the weight of the world bears down on him again.
deadly events, the world of acting, a Dear John letter, the college years, Vietnam War, Jeane Dixon predictions, air strikes and Maydays