The Regulars, is a detailed account of extraordinary career of a life in the military, through three of the biggest conflicts of our time, as experienced from one member of its ranks. Colonel Seibert had an incredible career spanning 32 years, and his accounts of combat, heroism, and day to day life in the military are great reading for all. The details of the friendships made, the inner politics and leadership issues, are an insightful and interesting narrative of military life. His assignments in the Pacific, Korea, the Pentagon, Ft. Hood, Germany, Vietnam, take the reader to places and activities that few have witnessed. Although written at the end of his military career, as a tribute to the Regulars of the Armed Forces of the United States, of which he proudly served, one can't help but feel the pride that this highly decorated veteran, who served with distinction, felt as he climbed the hierarchy of the military.