The Lieutenant Don’t Know is my first book. The book has been featured and discussed on NPR, Huffington Post and The Marine Corps Times. I have also written pieces for the Washington Post, Tom Rick’s blog at Foreign Policy.com, The Art of Manliness, Buzzfeed, the Slate.com Doonesbury Sandbox, and Medium.com’s War is Boring.
I was born in Philadelphia, PA. After graduating from Georgia Tech with a degree in mechanical engineering, I commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the United States Marine Corps. I trained as a logistics officer and deployed to Afghanistan in 2010 as a truck platoon commander with Alpha Company, Combat Logistics Battalion 6. I came home to the United States, and returned to Afghanistan 11 months and 17 days later on a second deployment with CLB-6.
The Lieutenant Don't Know: One Marine's Story of Warfare and Combat Logistics in Afghanistan
by Jeffrey Clement
In our wars since 2001 the term “front line” has long since lost its meaning, and the true combats have waged throughout the countries we’ve invaded, especially along the supply routes. Our opponents have not been able to stand with conventional forces, but instead attack inside our lines, their presence everywhere, if not always...
Categories: All Nonfiction; Historical Bios & Memoirs; History
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