Dark Horse: General Larry O. Spencer and His Journey from the Horseshoe to the Pentagon. Author: General Larry O. Spencer, USAF (Ret.). Publisher: Naval Institute Press. Price: $ 26.95 The military is by default viewed as a warrior culture. Warfare and combat are, of course, the core of why the military exists. But thereâ€™s more to a military service than the action at the tip of the spear. The work of every individual behind that fighting tip contributes to the success of the organization. Itâ€™s an example of the axiom that there are no unimportant jobs. The 2022 book, Dark Horse: General Larry O. Spencer and His Journey from the Horseshoe to the Pentagon explores the career of Larry Spencer Larry was an black child from Washington, D.C.. Enlisting in the United States Air Forces in 1971, Larry Spencerâ€™s career was a long road across the next four decades that saw him rise through the ranks to eventually retire as assistance chief of staff of the United States Air...Read More
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