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by Allen B. Clark Jr.,Ross Perot


Allen Clark lost both his legs while serving his country in Vietnam. This is the memoir of a West Point graduate who was wounded during an early-morning mortar attack on July 17, 1967, on the Special Forces camp at Dak To. His wounds resulted in the amputation of both of his legs.

Allen Clark lost both his legs while serving his country in Vietnam. When he came home, his body was broken, but his spirit never faltered. He went back to school. He earned his masters degree in business administration. Allen Clark’s story of growth and fulfillment following the tragedy of his wartime wounds is an inspirational testament to the resilience of the human spirit.

Wounded Soldier, Healing Warrior book. This is the story of how one soldier, so gravely injured that both of his legs were amputated, turned his grievous loss into a personal triumph. He tells of earning his MBA from Southern Methodist University and finding employment as a personal financial assistant to Ross Perot, of moving on to public service and founding the Combat Faith Ministry, a lay ministry to veterans.

Story Of A Vietnam Veteran Who Lost His Legs But Found His Soul .

Wounded Soldier, Healing Warrior: A Personal Story Of A Vietnam Veteran Who Lost His Legs But Found His Soul. Memoir of a West Point graduate who was wounded during a mortar attack on July 17, 1967, on the Special Forces camp at Dak To. His wounds resulted in the amputation of both his legs ISBN: 0760331138 (Diabled Veterans, Religious Life, Vietnam War).

A Personal Story of a Vietnam Veteran Who Lost his Legs but Found His Soul. Published March 15, 2007 by Zenith Press.

Wounded Soldier, Healing Warrior : A Personal Story of a Vietnam Veteran Who Lost His Legs but Found . While the loss of both legs gets your attention, the way Allen has chosen to live his life since is the real story, making him a true American Hero.

Wounded Soldier, Healing Warrior : A Personal Story of a Vietnam Veteran Who Lost His Legs but Found His Soul. I had the rare privledge of introducing Allen to a group of 200 stout hearted men where he highlighted his book "Wounded Soldier, Healing Warrior".

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It was early morning, June 17, 1967, and Dak To Special Forces camp in Vietnam was under attack. A mortar exploded, and West Point graduate Allen B. Clark Jr.’s life was changed forever. This is the story of how one soldier, so gravely injured that both of his legs were amputated, turned his grievous loss into a personal triumph. Clark describes his struggle through a year-long recovery and a severe bout of post traumatic stress disorder, so little understood at the time. He tells of earning his MBA from Southern Methodist University and finding employment as a personal financial assistant to Ross Perot, of moving on to public service and founding the Combat Faith Ministry, a lay ministry to veterans. Clark's story of growth and spiritual fulfillment wrested from his wartime tragedy is a testament to the resilience of the human spirit and is of special relevance in our day of so many soldiers returning wounded in body and spirit from Iraq.

Wounded Soldier, Healing Warrior: A Personal Story of a Vietnam Veteran Who Lost his Legs but Found His Soul epub download

ISBN13: 978-0760331132

ISBN: 0760331138

Author: Allen B. Clark Jr.,Ross Perot

Category: Bio and Memoris

Subcategory: Leaders & Notable People

Language: English

Publisher: Zenith Press; 1st edition (March 15, 2007)

Pages: 320 pages

ePUB size: 1932 kb

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Rating: 4.2

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Zainian
I met the author, Allen Clark on a flight last year and we chatted about this book. I have to admit, this is not something I would have automatically chosen to read, but when I returned home from my trip I could'nt wait to get this book and read it.

Not only does this book inspire you on so many levels, Going through such perlils as having both of your legs blown off, thinking you're dead... The way he tells of that fateful night , You really feel like you are there with him. This book also gave me a clearer explanation of the VietNam war.

I often open this book and just read chapters from it even though I read it from cover to cover in just a few days. Mr. Clark is a true American hero because he not only survived physically, he trusted in God and learned to survive spiritually as well. I'm proud to say I have read this book and met the amazing man who lived the story. I can't wait to read his next publication.

Nancy Bauman
San Antonio, TX.
Zainian
I met the author, Allen Clark on a flight last year and we chatted about this book. I have to admit, this is not something I would have automatically chosen to read, but when I returned home from my trip I could'nt wait to get this book and read it.

Not only does this book inspire you on so many levels, Going through such perlils as having both of your legs blown off, thinking you're dead... The way he tells of that fateful night , You really feel like you are there with him. This book also gave me a clearer explanation of the VietNam war.

I often open this book and just read chapters from it even though I read it from cover to cover in just a few days. Mr. Clark is a true American hero because he not only survived physically, he trusted in God and learned to survive spiritually as well. I'm proud to say I have read this book and met the amazing man who lived the story. I can't wait to read his next publication.

Nancy Bauman
San Antonio, TX.
Whatever
Allen Clark's incredible autobiography is a story of service since he was a young boy in Texas. I feel a real afinity for Mr. Clark, since I also felt a "calling" to West Point at a young age. Mr. Clark volunteered for some of the most dangerous duty in Vietnam, when he could have continued in a relatively safe staff job in Saigon. And he suffered very much for answering what he felt was a call to hazardous duty that he had trained for his entire young life. Allen Clark went through his struggle with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder when physicians we just understanding it's implications. As many of our soldiers are returning from Afghanistan and Iraq severely injured both physically and mentally, Allen's story of perseverence and success over adversity, supported and guided by his religious faith, is equally important today. This should be required reading for every individual working at our VA and military hospitals, caring for this current generation of wounded veterans.
Whatever
Allen Clark's incredible autobiography is a story of service since he was a young boy in Texas. I feel a real afinity for Mr. Clark, since I also felt a "calling" to West Point at a young age. Mr. Clark volunteered for some of the most dangerous duty in Vietnam, when he could have continued in a relatively safe staff job in Saigon. And he suffered very much for answering what he felt was a call to hazardous duty that he had trained for his entire young life. Allen Clark went through his struggle with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder when physicians we just understanding it's implications. As many of our soldiers are returning from Afghanistan and Iraq severely injured both physically and mentally, Allen's story of perseverence and success over adversity, supported and guided by his religious faith, is equally important today. This should be required reading for every individual working at our VA and military hospitals, caring for this current generation of wounded veterans.
Kitaxe
Powerful and very moving account of one soldier and patriot who paid the price for his country and how his tragedy was the vehicle in which his life as radically changed leading to a fulfilled life. A must read!
Kitaxe
Powerful and very moving account of one soldier and patriot who paid the price for his country and how his tragedy was the vehicle in which his life as radically changed leading to a fulfilled life. A must read!
sobolica
I read and really struggled with in specific areas. I didn't want to deal with things completely. The book was a miracle to me and I believe every soldier...those stateside and those in war who has ever suffered any type of trauma. To family members God used this to make a difference in my life. A true difference. I was stone cold and He placed compassion into my heart. Read the book and and pray before you do it. It will change your life. There's no dungeon so dark He can't open the door for; There's no pit so deep He can't reach you; There's no wound so deep or despair so deep that Jesus can't heal or shine His light in. Give this book to a soldier new or old timer. This book really challenged me spiritually in my own life, my marriage and Who I am in Christ.
It speaks of a man that had real struggles within himself, at home and how God can use a horrible situation and turn it for His glory years later and continue to touch a generation even today.

I recommend this book to all military families. If your looking for a book to touch someone in your family that may or may not know Jesus as Lord or even want to understand what happens in war and then the war at home, This is the book. It is a MUST for every military ministry leader to read. Even for those who do not believe, this will bring you understanding and encouragement and bring healing, true healing to your soul.
sobolica
I read and really struggled with in specific areas. I didn't want to deal with things completely. The book was a miracle to me and I believe every soldier...those stateside and those in war who has ever suffered any type of trauma. To family members God used this to make a difference in my life. A true difference. I was stone cold and He placed compassion into my heart. Read the book and and pray before you do it. It will change your life. There's no dungeon so dark He can't open the door for; There's no pit so deep He can't reach you; There's no wound so deep or despair so deep that Jesus can't heal or shine His light in. Give this book to a soldier new or old timer. This book really challenged me spiritually in my own life, my marriage and Who I am in Christ.
It speaks of a man that had real struggles within himself, at home and how God can use a horrible situation and turn it for His glory years later and continue to touch a generation even today.

I recommend this book to all military families. If your looking for a book to touch someone in your family that may or may not know Jesus as Lord or even want to understand what happens in war and then the war at home, This is the book. It is a MUST for every military ministry leader to read. Even for those who do not believe, this will bring you understanding and encouragement and bring healing, true healing to your soul.
Venemarr
I have just begun to read this book, so I cannot give a really good review of it. My husband served two tours in Viet Nam, the first one coming just 2 weeks after our wedding. So, I have always been interested in reading books about the wars of America beginning with the Civil War. There are some fascinating books out there and I have a huge stack to read. I will get to this one soon. Thanks to Amazon where I get most of my books!
Venemarr
I have just begun to read this book, so I cannot give a really good review of it. My husband served two tours in Viet Nam, the first one coming just 2 weeks after our wedding. So, I have always been interested in reading books about the wars of America beginning with the Civil War. There are some fascinating books out there and I have a huge stack to read. I will get to this one soon. Thanks to Amazon where I get most of my books!
Hucama
I found Allen Clark's words to be very honest and transparent. He definitely shows high and low points of his life, and he explains how his relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ matures over time. It is difficult for most people to share their lives with others, yet he provides a strong witness for Christ in this book. I imagine the book was difficult to write because he shared both his failures and successes.
There were many details of the book I enjoyed, and they made me think about my own life with Christ as well. In many ways, I am very humbled. May God continue to bless Allen Clark and his entire family!
Hucama
I found Allen Clark's words to be very honest and transparent. He definitely shows high and low points of his life, and he explains how his relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ matures over time. It is difficult for most people to share their lives with others, yet he provides a strong witness for Christ in this book. I imagine the book was difficult to write because he shared both his failures and successes.
There were many details of the book I enjoyed, and they made me think about my own life with Christ as well. In many ways, I am very humbled. May God continue to bless Allen Clark and his entire family!
Snowseeker
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Snowseeker
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An example of bravery. Bravery is being scared and then moving past it, as this man did. God bless him!
An example of bravery. Bravery is being scared and then moving past it, as this man did. God bless him!