What do we really know about our military except what we read in magazines, the internet, or see on television? Do we even want to know or are we apathetic enough not to care? Follow one man's journey through the military including the good, the bad and somewhere in-between as Captain J. C. Day tells it all in Salute and Execute.
To some Americans, this book will be a surprising peek at the machinations behind the scenes. Still to some, it will make them mad to read about American "mistakes". To others it will not matter at all, but written up to "collateral damage" in a government that has gotten so big that costly mistakes are bound to be made.
Salute and Execute is an eye-opening account that raises awareness to individuals about the many different faces—may it be noteworthy or alarming—of the military.