In this remarkable compelling memoir author Horace Crenshaw Jr. tells his story of being a commander that was put in charge of an Army Reserve Petroleum Unit during the initial months of Operation Iraqi Freedom. Compelling, intriguing and truly insightful Crenshaw's ability to relay his message and yet stay positive after his time served should be a true inspiration to us all.
Offering an interesting and compelling depiction of an often neglected discipline of modern warfare, Blowing Sandstorm by Horace Crenshaw Jr. will certainly open your eyes to the logistical challenges faced in the modern combat arena. A relatively quick read; the narrative is well-constructed and whilst there is the obligatory military jargon it's very clearly explained so that civilian readers are made to feel part of unfolding events.
Name: Horace Crenshaw, Jr.
Horace Crenshaw, Jr. received his B.S. Degree in Political Science in 1994 from Tuskegee University. He went on to receive a M.A. Degree in International Relations from Webster University in 1999 and a Master Certificate in Project Management from The George Washington University. Currently, he is a Lieutenant Colonel in the US Army Reserves. His accomplishments and achievements while serving as a Commander during Operation Iraqi Freedom have been chronicled in Marquis' Who's Who in America, Who's Who in the World, and the 2007 Who's Who of Emerging Leaders (First Edition). He is married to Rhonda L.Crenshaw and they reside in Stafford, VA. Also, he has one daughter, Nilah I. Crenshaw who lives in Atlanta, GA.