Michael E. Haas, Lt. Colonel, United States Air Force; Head, Air Force Special Operations
What a story this is! Strozzi-Heckler s chronicle of the army s daring experiment in awareness training for twenty-five Green Berets is must reading for anyone interested in the role of the warrior in a technological age. But more than that, it is an illumination of courage and vulnerability and what it means to be a man. I couldn t put it down.
George Leonard, author of "The Silent Pulse" and "The Ultimate Athlete"
The Marine Martial Art program grew out of the conviction that every Marine must be imbued with the values that have sustained the Corps throughout its 227-year history honor, courage, and commitment. These warrior values are at the heart of Richard Strozzi-Heckler s work with the Marine Corps and the other services to strengthen those who go in harm s way in order to preserve our freedom." In Search of the Warrior Spirit" reminds us of how urgent that task is.
R.D. Hearney, General, United States Marine Corps (Ret.); former Assistant Commandant
"An exciting journal of discovery...Essential reading for military leaders who want to broaden their ability to adapt to a world characterized by ambiguity. Strozzi-Heckler's original work helps readers link the important of mind-body-spirit integration to cutting edge leadership in a pragmatic and thoughtful manner."
Fred T. Krawchuk, Lt. Colonel, United States Army Special Forces"