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A Power Autobiographical that is slightly fictionalized that descibes the trials and tribulations of a Gulf War Lieutenant who dealt with racism and discrimination during the "Gulf War" stint.
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Born in Conway, South Carolina, William J. Simmons, Sr. attended college at the University of South Carolina – Coastal Carolina and received his bachelor of science degree in biology at the University of South Carolina – Columbia. While at college, he became a member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc., Carolina Cares and other organizations. Simmons was actively involved off-campus with the James R. Clark Sickle-Cell Anemia Foundation, American Cancer Society, American Red Cross, and the Salvation Army. He has put that degree to good use throughout his career and was employed by the following: the Department of Health and Environmental Control as an Environmental Technician; Westinghouse – the Savannah River Site as a Health Physicists, Associate Scientist, etc... Currently, the Author is an Educator in the South Carolina Educational system, voting member of the National Gulf War Resource Center, founder of Gulf War Vets for Truth & Justice and South Carolina State Coordinator for the Gulf War 10th Anniversary Memorial Candlelight Vigil. Not only is he an author, but he is also an Inventor and Entrepreneur. During his early years, he gave his grandmother Virginia and idea to increase production on the assembly lines at General Motors in Trenton, NJ. In his spare time, he enjoys spending fatherly bond with his son (B.J.), reading investment articles and magazines, traveling, civic involvement, creating web sites. The Poet was prompted to write these accounts to assist other Gulf War Vets deal with the traumas of the event. The author hopes that the book will further lift the awareness of this tragedy, and that our government will uphold its’ responsibility to all those who were called to Serve this Great Country.
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