63 Days and a Wake-Up

Your Survival Guide to United States Army Basic Combat Training

by Don Herbert



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 9/28/2007

Recognition Programs

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 188
ISBN : 9780595425112

About the Book

"Straight forward, insightful, essential, and an easy-read. Every Warrior needs to get this book in their hands before going off to BCT. This is the real deal."
-First Sergeant David Bobenmoyer, Company B 1SG,
Recruit Sustainment Battalion, Camp Grayling, Michigan

"Specialist Herbert makes it 'Too-Easy' to get ready for life down-range at BCT. If every one of my soldiers read this book and followed the advice, they would have a distinct advantage over those who didn't. In short: Read it and heed it."
-Drill Sergeant J.A.L.
Fort Jackson, South Carolina

A must-read for anyone considering the change from civilian to soldier, 63 Days and a Wake-Up takes you inside the closely guarded world of U.S. Army Basic Combat Training, providing an informative and enlightening look at the fascinating process that transforms everyday citizens into modern day American heroes.

About the Author

Specialist Don Herbert is a Flight Medic (MOS 68W2F) with the Army National Guard. He's the author of "The Case Against Mixed Nuts", and the founder of the revolutionary diet "Eat Less: Exercise More". His new book; "They Call Me Doc" will be on the shelves late in 2010. Don is a full-time paramedic/firefighter with Independence Fire Department in Clarkston, Michigan.