Confessions of an Airborne Soldier is the second book in the Career Soldier series. Author Glenda Dugar, a retired army SFC trail who blazed in 1978 as the first African American female military police paratrooper stationed at the 118th MP Fort Bragg, North Carolina, shares the complexities that women entering and living the military life in the late 70s experience. As the solo female in her all-male airborne unit, she gives the reader a candid and personal account of her first tour of duty station, Fort Bragg, home of the airborne.
“As I sat in his sunken living room, glancing out of a nearby window, mesmerized by the evening sun as it was completing its descent, my handsome officer gently leaned forward to kiss me with lips that were as soft as mine, and I knew at that moment I would surrender everything I had been holding back from him.”
bound: 116 pages
publisher: Xlibris US (March 27, 2017)
filesize: 302 KB