As Lt. T.S. Miller ("Tough Shit" to his Marines) was leading his small react team into the burning village set ablaze by relentless mortar fire while Viet Cong terrorist were murdering innocent civilians for cooperating with his Marines, he vowed that if he lived he would make sure the world would learn of the heroic efforts his Marines were making defending their villages against a merciless enemy. He sensed that his life would be forever changed not only by the horror of that night, but also the sequences of events that he and his men had endured during their combat tours together. During the rest of his military career and later personal and professional lives he was alternately inspired, traumatized, haunted and obsessed by his experiences. This book is how he has finally come to terms with his past. Tom Miller enlisted as a private, rose to the rank of sergeant before becoming and officer, and retired as a major. He earned Silver and Bronze Stars for combat heroism and leadership. While on active duty he earned bachelors and masters degrees in civil engineering and engineering management, respectively. After retiring he earned a doctorate in performance psychology. While writing this book, Dr. Miller also developed and taught leadership training for managers based on these true life illustrations from Vietnam. T.S. is currently preparing to publish LEADERSHIP LESSONS FROM VIETNAM FOR TODAY'S MANAGERS.