Sgt. Hack, The Life Of A Warrior has a positive message of triumph over adversity has helped & inspired countless people from around the world. Here is what some people have said about the Life of a Warrior:
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I did not serve with SFC Hack in Vietnam. I did serve with him in the Cleveland, OH Recruiting Main Station when I was a Unit of Choice Recruiter for the 101st Airborne Division. He was, without question, the most dynamic, personable, motivated Army Recruiter I have ever had the pleasure of serving with. He singlehandedly was responsible for the entry onto active duty to the 101st Abn Div more recruits than the rest of the RMS combined. We worked together to set up parachute demonstrations, Helicopter Rappelling demonstrations and for the lack of a better term – meet and greets with all of the high schools in the area. He taught me more about how to motivate people than all the other schools, classes, people in my life.
I purchased my first jacket – an A-2 in 1994. I was pleased to find the owner of the company, US Wings was none other than my old friend SFC David Hack. I knew he had retired from the Army and was a Chief of Police in the town they lived in, I had no idea that he and Lannie had started one of the very first internet sales companies on the planet.
I consider David one of my oldest friends. We can go several years with no contact and start again without missing a beat. Good book, that accurately portrays what we went through in the RVN. I served with D 2/503, 173d Abn BDE (Sep).
Thank you David for finally writing the book!!
I am an associate member in the VVA chapter here. I do a lot of the secretarial work. I like it because it keeps me connected to other veterans here at the prison. I hope to get involved with other veterans organizations when I get out.
Your story give me hope about returning to society and being successful. I was a firefighter/paramedic and can’t return to my profession because of my felony. But I will continue to strive to be my best. You also give me hope to find love again. I was married but that has gone away with my conviction. I do hope to remarry one day.