A heart-wrenching story...

...that marches through the exploits of a naïve Bosnian teen who joins the U.S. Army to earn his American citizenship while coming to grips with the upheavals in his homeland. The tale is told by a cynical, yet self-deprecating, war correspondent who, over the years, has reported on similar pursuits in bizarre locations around the globe.

Hellgate Press

This website's intended to inspire, inform and educate visitors about how Green Card Soldiers  can become naturalized citizens. Along the way, I hope you learn about my novel, have some fun and find a little time to give me feedback... Thanks and enjoy!

Use the Feedback form to contact the author

The book’s theme is as fundamental as the core values of any American Soldier: Life can become richer and everyone become stronger when we look beyond stereotypes and appreciate each other for the unique individuals we are.

 

U.S. Army Maj. Gen. (Ret.) John G. Meyer, Jr.

CEO, J. G. Meyer & Associates

           

Publisher’s Note:   General Meyer is a proud and dedicated Soldier with 33 years of distinguished service to his credit. He's also the author of Company command: the bottom line,  an authoritative leadership text widely used throughout the Defense Department.

Green Card Soldier moments...

As I come across intriging and inspiring photos of American service members engaged in the naturalization experience, I will post them here as encouragement for other Green Card Soldiers  seeking information about becoming a U.S. citizen.

FOLLOW ME

  • Wix Facebook page
  • Wix Twitter page
  • Pinterest Classic
WELCOME TO AMERICA

The American Flag sits atop The Citizen's Almanac at a naturalization ceremony at Kandahar Airfield, Afghanistan recently. A total of 88 service members were naturalized during the ceremony. The ceremony was the first of its kind held at Kandahar Airfield, an active combat zone. U.S. Army photo by Spec. Edward Garibay, 16th Mobile Public Affairs Det. Image courtesy of the Dept. of the Army archives

Go to link