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Pride: A Journey That Changed My Life

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TERRY COX Professes not to be a writer but that of a story teller. In this book, he will take you through his remarkable journey that led him from early childhood to growing up in Los Angeles, CA in the fun loving innocence of the 50’s and the turbulent times of the 60’s. It was during this period that molded his character and took him down the three paths that would eventually become his destiny. His first path–Track & Field, which took him to record heights as a high jumper and pole vaulter, breaking school records in Jr. High, High School and College. His second path–Music, where he learned to play guitar from a group of Hawaiians while on the surfing beaches of California to creating his own folk group at Oregon State University. And finally, his third path–the U.S. Marine Corps, which took him to “Death’s Doorway” – the war in Vietnam. Follow him as he takes you through his personal journey of being in a... More > war zone and being shot down in the fastest fighter jet in the world–The F-4 Phantom.< Less
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Product Details

ISBN
9781483400839
Published
November 21, 2013
Language
English
File Format
ePub
File Size
3.37 MB

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# of Devices Unlimited
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Printable? Yes
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