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Tommie Little, Esquire “is a senior member of the Delaware Bar who at age 57 quit practicing law, gave up everything he owned and volunteered to serve through the Worldteach organization as a high school teacher of English and Democracy in the brand new independent country of Namibia, where he served for 11 plus years. The author enlisted in the United States Marine Corp at age 18,where he served with distinction as a judo instructor and a drill instructor at Parris Island, South Carolina. Upon discharge he attended Bloomsburg State Teachers College earning a B.S degree in education. After moving to Delaware, coaching and teaching at a public high school for several years he was elected as one of the youngest members of the Delaware State Legislature for two terms. Then leaving politics he attended and graduated Delaware Law School and became a member of the Delaware Bar.

 The Author was one of the United States Marine Corps first Judo instructors and a member of the first US Marine Corp Judo team. Now age 75 he has practiced, trained and coached his entire life winning a national masters championship at age 51. Tommie is currently the inspiration and founder of America's first Homeland Security High School in Wilmington Delaware, where he plans to coach and train an Olympic development judo team.”  Tommie Little is the author of A Lonesome Warrior: A True Story of a Near-Death Experience

One reader of A Lonesome Warrior: A True Story of a Near-Death Experience said, “The best NDE book I have read! Mr. Little takes you through his life from childhood to the marines and his volunteer work in Namibia, S. Africa and all that shaped him and lead up to his NDE and his journey back to his family and his precious grand daughters. Once you start the book you won't put it down.”

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