Fenwick joined the USMC at eighteen. Thirty years later he retired at the highest enlisted rank of Sergeant Major. He reported to Parris Island, SC in 1969 for recruit training and retired in 1999. In 2010 he published his first non-fiction book titled Lasting Visions: With the 7th Marines in Vietnam 1970. It captured his first year and a half in the Marine Corps. His first book takes you through combat in Vietnam and his subsequent tour in Okinawa and the Orient. Lasting Visions: It Comes With The Rank is his second non-fiction book. He has picked up where he left off in his first book and continued through a 30-year Marine Corps career. The author's unique style of storytelling will capture your attention and keep you in suspense. 508 pages, 49 photos.It was broken down into four categories; Alpha, Bravo, Charlie, and Delta. ... The first time I stood COGI first issued the weapons to my relief and then formed them up on the outside for a personnel inspection. ... and the ones standing duty at Fort Apache and the Terminal Building would be dressed in the Service aCa uniform with ribbons and badges. ... I checked for proper shaves, haircuts, shined brass, shined helmet liners, clean white gear, and an entire checklist of doa#39;s and dona#39;ts.
|Title||:||Lasting Visions: It Comes With the Rank|
|Publisher||:||Lulu.com - 2011-12|