This book has no deep physiological meanings. It contains no new truths. The truth is irrelevant. It is the perception of the truth upon which we make judgments and decisions that influence our lives. This story is about the perceptions of war, politicians, the United States Army, and all of the oxymora contained in the bureaucracies that rule our lives. More importantly it is about the development of a father and his sons relationship and of their conversations and of the many Buffalo Hunts they shared.