Author Publishes a Book Detailing His Decade in Afghanistan

Tuesday May 12, 2020
Kabul (BNA) Chris Corsten, a native of Marinette, Wisconsin has just published his book “3,000 Days in Afghanistan” detailing his experience in Afghanistan over a ten-year period.
If you ever wondered just what in the world we have been doing in Afghanistan for the last 20 years, this book will help answer many of those questions.
Chris chronicles his experience as a U.S. Army Civil Affairs officer, trying to win the hearts and minds of local Afghans on the ground. Then sheds his uniform to become a civilian counternarcotics advisor, fighting against narcotics in the world’s largest opium and heroin-producing country. Later he becomes the senior program manager for U.S.-funded humanitarian aid projects, working to help build economic prosperity in one of the world’s most impoverished countries.
See Afghanistan and its people through the successes and failures that Chris experienced throughout his journey, and you may find a better appreciation of how dangerous and challenging the experiment in Afghanistan has been.
The book was released on on May 6th, 2020 and on May 8th, 2020 it became a #1 New Release in two categories and a Top 10 Best Seller in one category. It was described by one reader as “fun, unapologetic, and an easy read” and has received several 5-star reviews on Amazon.

Show More

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Back to top button