Raised in a military family Donald Wilson, a high school graduate in 1949, enlisted in the United States Army. As a boy he experienced strict discipline and was very aware of his boundaries and comfortable with them. Therefore, from basic training on, his positive attitude opened doors for him. After parachute training he was assigned to the famous 82nd Airborne Division and rose to the rank of Sergeant ahead of his contemporaries. At the beginning of the Korean War, having passed the Officer Candidate test, he applied for OCS and was commissioned Second Lieutenant Colonel. A veteran of Korean War and Vietnam War, he had served with men of honor and integrity. This experience forged his point of view on service to his country and life in general. His entry back to civilian life was a shock, characterized by the worship of dollar and moral decay. In the business world he found greed, materialism and evil to be prominent. Finally, decided to write a book which he entitled, "The Antibiotic an Ailing America Needs." It is not a sugar-coated pill.