About The Last Honorable Man
Jake Wakefield struggles to save his family and prove his innocence!
Excited to take part in his first mission as an Air Force Operator, Jake soon finds himself amid an intricate heist. The team tries to kill Jake and blame him for the stolen money but Air Force Office of Special Investigations Agent Sheldon McCarr becomes suspicious of their story.
45 million in Federal Government money earmarked for reparations has been stolen, and Alpha Team comes under the radar. Eight members of the team make Jake Wakefield the scapegoat, and they try to kill him to cover their tracks.
Jake fights to clear his name and protect his wife and kids from imminent danger. He fakes his death to thwart the team from coming after him. He needs time to clear his name. The further he digs into the theft, the more Jake discovers.
Jake soon aligns himself with Agent McCarr and the two of them go after Jake’s nemeses, Chief Master Sergeant Damien Rose. Chief Rose struggles with trying to do the right thing in providing money to disavowed Operator’s families, but in the wrong way.
Everything comes to a head when Jake and Agent McCarr discover Chief Rose is just the henchman and conspiracy runs to a much higher office within the Federal Government!
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Gerald C. Anderson, Sr. was born and raised in Tampa, Florida. He spent most of his childhood life growing up in the Belmont Heights area of Tampa.
In 1980, Gerald graduated from C. Leon King Senior High School in Temple Terrace, Florida. Following graduation, he enlisted in the United States Air Force.
Air Force Life
In his service career, Gerald traveled the world with assignments to California (twice), Florida, Kansas, Maryland, West Germany, and Korea. Upon his last assignment in Maryland and after retirement from the Air Force, Gerald began working in the United States Federal Government’s Department of Energy. In 2003, he moved to the Internal Revenue Service, and in 2007 he joined the Department of Education.
In 2005, Gerald obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Information Systems from Strayer University, and in 2008 he received his Master of Administration degree in Criminal Justice Administration from the University of Cincinnati (UC).
A Saved Man
In 1992, Gerald turned his life over to Jesus Christ and a life with Christ at the head. He is currently a musician in church. He continues to reside in Maryland with his son.