The story of a combat veteran’s DEATH WISH journey and how he struggled to survive in a civilian world.
Go back in time with Frank E. Wiggins to the cold war while he was stationed in Germany during 1958 to 1959.
Frank had completed seven missions which involved clearing mine fields between the West and East Germany border. He was only eighteen years old; he followed orders to the best of his ability and at first he had no idea he was participating in top secret, covert operations. The events of his seventh mission solidified his decision to refuse to participate in any more of these operations.
To this day, Frank is still reliving trauma that climaxed with his seventh mission. He continues to have nightmares, flashbacks, and triggers that only a combat veteran would understand.
Frank led a nomadic and restless life after the military. He had a Death Wish and had No Fear. This journey led him to battle gang infested parks in Los Angeles, California and the Projects in Santa Fe, New Mexico, constantly putting his life in danger.