To The Lost: Drive on. Don’t Mean Nothing.
Mike Essig

Having served in the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War, I witnessed the physical and psychological traumas our soldiers endured. Although One Black Soldier serves as a personal salute to one man, perhaps it may also serve as a tribute to all soldiers, everywhere.

“I’ve been crying lately, thinking about the world as it is…”

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