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Private Winslow Gibbs has been drafted in 1967 at the height of the Vietnam war. He is out of shape, two-hundred and seventy pounds and a bundle of nerves. He also has issues of a different nature, but in these days before the "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy, these are dealt with according to the book. Welcome to the Special Training Unit of Fort Gordon, Georgia, where the misfits are driven in the American Gulag. and then there's Private Gibbs, who opts for survival.
Based on the author's own experiences at Fort Gordon, Surviving an American Gulag is a story that the military would prefer remain lost. But not Private Gibbs. It's never forgotten. Always lurking. Defining a generation. Included with this work is "A Dime a Dip," a tale of the author's grandmother and her efforts on behalf of thousands of migrant worker children.