In a satire that does for Vietnam what Catch-22 did for WWII, Gary Heller tells the fictionalized true story of what it was like to almost become a fighter pilot during the Vietnam War.
Gary O. Heller was a jet mechanic and helicopter pilot. He lives in Indiana.
In the late 1930’s, Edwin Sutherland coined the term white collar crime to describe professionals such as doctors and bankers, etc., who committed crimes during the course of their occupations. White collar crime is still alive and thriving in the 21st Century with the astronomical financial losses inflicted by CEOs on their companies, employees and stock holders.