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by Ken Lukowiak
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Ken Lukowiak was born in 1959. He served with 2 Para in the Falklands War. Despite his conviction for drug possession he was discharged from the army with an Exemplary Conduct Record. Soldier's Song was published in 1992 and became an instant classic.
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Jarhead" is an interesting book. Curiously, I ended up feeling sorry for the guy because he didn't get to kill anybody. There's a British book about a Para's experiences in the Falklands, Malvinas which parallels "Jarhead" in many ways - "A Soldier's Song" by Ken Lukowiak. I haven't yet got round to his "sequel" - "Marijuana Time: Join the Army, See the World, Meet Interesting People and Smoke All Their Dope" John Dean Oxford. Dec 11 2004 13:53:50.
Join the Army and travel around the world, meet . It read: JOIN THE ARMY, TRAVEL TO UNUSUAL PLACES, MEET INTERESTING PEOPLE.
Join the Army and travel around the world, meet interesting people and kill them has been cited in print since at least 1974 and was a protest against American military recruiting for the Vietnam War. Google News Archive 18 August 1974, Pittsburgh (PA) Press, Money Talks For Recruiter Selling Army by Steven R. Reid (UPI), pg. B1, co. Google Books Common Differences: Conflicts in Black and White Feminist Perspectives By Gloria I. Joseph and Jill Lewis Boston, MA: South End Press 1981 Pg.
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Join the Army, see the world, meet interesting people - and kill them.
People in the military smoke a great deal of marijuana
People in the military smoke a great deal of marijuana. So much so that the military instituted biochemical testing via urinalysis in the early 1980s. Half the Army got surprised the day they started that. The way the Army used to do it, and I’m sure it has changed a bit, was a 300% per year testing for all personnel. Remember when I mentioned the Army dropping the standards for weed? Well they played with the standards for all the others too throughout the 80s. In ADAPAC training told a story about a Colonel that used to bring in pastries and rolls for his staff a few times a week, and he was a huge fan of the poppy seed muffins.
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