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Lieutenant Colonel Peter Clark, USA “was born in Massachusetts, moved to Florida at the age of 10 and grew up in Clearwater. He graduated from the University of Alabama in 1985. While at Alabama Peter was all Southeastern Conference in track, received a degree in marketing and a commission in the Army.  From 1985 to 1997 he served the country in various locations both in the states as well as overseas. He left the military in 1997 to begin working as a stockbroker for Smith Barney in Salinas California. In 2005, Peter was recalled to the military and has since served in East Africa, the Middle East and Central Asia. He currently calls Tampa, Florida home, residing there with his wife Gabriela.  Lieutenant Colonel Peter Clark is the author of Staff Monkeys: A Stockbroker's Journey Through the Global War on Terror.

According to the book description of Staff Monkeys: A Stockbroker's Journey Through the Global War on Terror, it “is not a typical military war journal; it is a chronological and humorous accounting of a former stockbroker's observations during his military deployments from April 2005 through September 2009. After being recalled to the Army, Peter Clark served in East Africa as well as numerous Middle East hot spots. After his deployment to Africa, the fun and games were just beginning for Peter and over the next few years found himself in Iraq, Afghanistan, Jordan, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates, and Kyrgyzstan. What the Army didn't know, or overlooked, was that Peter had a sharp sense of humor and wasn't afraid to use it. War is a very serious business, yet strange and comical events do occur and US Army Staff Monkey, LTC Peter Clark, a modern day Bill Mauldin, tells about them in a most entertaining way.”

 

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