As a combat Marine, Bill Andresevic fought house to house in Korea. He became an officer and later a jet fighter pilot flying classified missions. He flew outsized cargo planes worldwide before retiring to fly rescue helicopters for Northwest hospitals. There he was involved in one of the greatest civilian air rescues in American history: Mt. St. Helens. But to purposely get involved with the CIA in a secret war in a southeast country most people never heard of before may be difficult to understand. Yes, there was the sheer excitement and adventure, but there was much more. For the first time, this soldier of fortune tells his story, revealing an incredible career that was mostly shrouded in secrecy.