Understanding the Military Design Movement
This book is a result of how wickedly complex life is for most all of us.
Nothing seems to go according to plan. If that were the case, I would be
penning a book about my adventures as an astronaut/firefighter/artist/sol-
dier, which was my original plan around ten years of age. My father, Irving
Zweibelson, was a World War II veteran, fine artist, and university professor.
In the end, the apple would not fall far from the tree. As a child, I developed
some unique gifts in fine art, mostly drawing and such. Family, friends, and
teachers strongly urged me to invest entirely in the arts, to the point that by
my early twenties in a fine arts program at university, I was burned out. Due
to family and financial issues, I also needed to find a way to pay for college.
My roommate Garrett took me to the Somers Town Fair in Connecticut,
and I met a U.S. Army National Guard recruiter. The rest, they say, is his-
tory. Well, not without critical support from the Kritzman family and the
Hourihan family, whom I am forever indebted to, and proud to be part of
their extended families.
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