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Regulo Zapata Jr.

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Former U.S.Army, Green Beret & Combat veteran Regulo Zapata is the bestsellers author of Desperate Lands: The War on Terror Through The Eyes of a Specal Forces Soldier!

Master Sergeant Regulo Zapata Jr, U.S.Army (Retired) joined the Special Forces in 1974. Since then he has participated in numerous operations in several countries. Master Sergeant Regulo Zapata was a Green Beret, Special Forces Operations Sergeant with over twenty years of service with the US Army.

Sergeant Zapata served as an enlisted soldier in the United States Army Special Operations Forces with the 2nd Battalion, 75th Rangers Airborne, 5th Special Forces Group, and 19th Special Forces Group while on active duty.

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Regulo Zapata Jr. I had served as a U.S. Army Special Forces Soldier for over twenty years and had just recently returned back from the War in Afghanistan in 2003. I…moreI had served as a U.S. Army Special Forces Soldier for over twenty years and had just recently returned back from the War in Afghanistan in 2003. I wanted to share with all book readers of my experience as a soldier fighting in the War in Afghanistan. I wanted to share, what others and I had seen and done as a U.S. Special Forces soldier in the war on terrorism. Mostly, I wanted to keep a Historical written and photo record of the United States Military's involvement on the Global War on Terrorism and of how I took part in the struggle on the global war on terrorism. A school teacher, friends, family and ODA-Team Members encouraged me to tell the story, and write the book: Desperate Lands: The War on Terror Through The Eyes of a Special Forces Soldier.(less)
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Vactican City-Rome Italy. Salute to Regitment Vatican Swiss Guard - (Ramen) during tour of duty at the Basillica - Vatican. A Salute to this soldier and I Thank you for your Dedication and Service to the Vatican. I Greatly appreciate you reading my book "Desperate Lands: The War on Terror Through The Eyes of a Special Forces Soldier."


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Desperate Lands: The War on Terror Through The Eyes of a Special Forces Soldier (History)
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Description: This is the true story of U.S. Army Special Forces soldiers and the missions they carried out in fighting the global war on terrorism in the Horn of Africa and in Afghanistan.
What has kept Conquerors & Armies out of Afghanistan? (History)
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Description: A Discussion on Past Conquerors & Armies in the country Afghanistan.

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Caroline Shearer Yes, Reggie, it is very nice to "meet" you. I look forward to our friendship. :)


Joshua Wow, that's quite a resume! I may have to contact you when I have a "military type" question:) While I'm not a big fan of war books, I do like some of the concepts and aspects of it(from a creative standpoint of course:) Looking forward to chatting in the future.


Kobina Amissah-Fynn Hi Regulo,

Am happy to have you in my company. Thanks for the coonection and take care.


Jennifer Chase It's nice to meet you Regulo! I look forward to reading your book. Your background sounds very intersting. Do you have another book release soon? I look forward to chatting with you.


message 4: by Tina

Tina Thanks for the invite. . . I'll see you around the history boards :-)


message 3: by Janie

Janie Pendleton Always glad to have a fellow soldier and history lover on board. Blessings my friend.


message 2: by Kate.

Kate. Thanks for the friend invite Regulo , looking forward to chatting with you about History :)


Lyn (Readinghearts) Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you also. Look forward to talking with you in 2010.


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