SGT Dunsons’ New Album Life After The Military OUT NOW at this link https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/life-after-the-military/id699423966
Track List Below:
1. Life After The Military
2. Almost Home
3. Forever Infantry
4. Hope And Change
5. Elite Soldiers
6. Heart Of A Lion
7. War Junkie feat. Shur Shot
8. Prepared for it
9. A New Wife ft. Ky Ramage
11. Friendly Fire
12. Trigger Finger
13. Still The Sarg
14. Never Give Up, Never Quit feat. Elle Carpenter
15. Remember That Faith
16. Land of the Free
17. Miracles feat. Ebony
Free Download SGT Dunson NEW SONG Trigger Finger off his new album LIFE AFTER THE MIITARY here is the download link http://www.hulkshare.com/knfyyn5s5reo
This is a song off of my album Life After the Military available at all online retail stores and itunes now : https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/life-after-the-military/id699423966 © 2013 Ground Up Soldiers http://www.sgtdunson.com
This album is a celebration of my education accomplishments thus far. I graduated with an Associates Degree and am continuing on to UNLV to receive my B.A.Yet along the way I wanted to stop and talk about what it feels like to transition from The Military to College. This is From Boots To Books Vol 1, I will do a part 2 coming in the summer 2014 once I graduate with my B.A. I have revised this album with a lot of songs that were suppose to be on the original copy anyway but for some reason I decided not to put them on. Maybe POLITICAL REASONS. – SGT Dunson
Soulja Boy had some less than kind words about our troops — but one member of our military is firing back at the rapper.
Student veteran vows to never forget war . #FromBootsToBooks
Written by: Julie Ann Formoso on November 19, 2012
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U.S. Army sergeant details experience in military through music
Leo Dunson is not like the average American college student. While most teenagers are signing papers in the hopes of being admitted to the university or college of their choice after their senior year, Dunson was signing papers to join the U.S. Army straight out of high school.
At the age of 27, Dunson, a UNLV political science major, has seen things that some people will never see in their lifetime. He’s been to war, been shot at more times than he can remember and been faced with the challenge of reintegrating in his own country.
But while some veterans may want to erase their memories of war, Dunson fights to remember his approximate six-year service in the U.S. Army.
“One of the worst things I think they do in the Army is they tell you to forget everything that’s happened to us,” Dunson said. “They want you to erase the past six years — however long you were there — to forget it and just move on. For me, I came up with the whole idea of how about not forgetting it.” Click HERE to Read the entire article. http://www.unlvrebelyell.com/2012/11/19/student-veteran-vows-to-never-forget-war/