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“The Other Side of the Game,” is an excerpt of one of the many Excursions in the Life series of Tadaram Maradas. This book tells a True Autobiographical Account of a tale of Electronic Surveillance and Remote Neural Monitoring, in Human, Organic, Carbon Based, Life Forms, and the means in which I pursued to alleviate this activity. Many of the Names, Places, and Events are withheld or blacked out, to protect the identity, and location of each one individually and respectively. The Official documentation in this excerpt are actual documents on file, in which I have authorized release for the purposes of writing this excerpt – Tadaram Maradas. Tadaram Maradas, whose real name is David Williams is a writer and author, from, “The San Francisco Bay Area.” He is an Alum from, “Excelsior College,” in Upstate, New York, and a currently enrolled MSM Graduate Student in, “The University of Maryland Graduate School System,” at Adelphi, Maryland. He recently capped a satisfying 23 year Career in, “The United States Army” where he served in 4 Contingency Operations, which included both Combative and Non-Combative Operations. His Autobiographical, Self – Written book, “ The Other Side of the Game,” is an excerpt of one of the many Excursions that he experienced in his Life series.


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The Price of Freedom and The American Way.

 

A pictorial memoir shows the life of an active duty military noncommissioned officer

 

ALAMEDA, Calif. – Having served in both the Afghanistan and Iraq Wars, David T. Williams hopes readers keep one thing in mind when perusing his new book, A Pictorial Memoir: 23 Years in the Making (published by AuthorHouse): No one prays for peace more than a soldier. Writing under the pen name, Tadaram Maradas, Williams gives an insider’s view of life in the military, particularly in times of war.

 

A Pictorial Memoir is a reflection of the hard work and sacrifices faced by many young Americans who unselfishly don the uniform of the U.S. Armed Forces,” remarks Williams.

 

A Pictorial Memoir includes personal photos, correspondences and documentations of Williams’ 20+ year history in the Armed Forces. Williams takes readers on a journey through many far-flung places in Central Asia, Europe, the South Pacific and the Middle East. Lifting the veil of military life, Williams allows readers to be privy to a world many will never experience personally. Through his pictorial history, Williams shows depictions of everything from graphic scenes of violence to the day-to-day operations of active soldiers.

 

Williams, now a career counselor for the U.S. Army, reflects on his life as a steward of his country. “It has come with great reward, sacrifice, loss and healing,” he says. “However, I have enjoyed it to the upmost.”

 

Sergeant First Class, David T. Williams joined the U.S. Army on April 18, 1986. He is a decorated Noncommissioned Oofficer, receiving such awards as The NATO non-article 5 Medal, The Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, and The Iraqi / Afghanistan Campaign Medals. He is Alumni of  Excelsior College in Upstate, NY and is  pursuing his Masters of Science in Acquisition and Contract management at the University of Maryland. Writing under his pen name, Tadaram Maradas, he is also the author of the novel, The Other Side of the Game. For more information, visit www.tadarammaradas.com.

 

 

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David T. Williams Honored for Excellence in Military Services
— Having served in two wars, David T. Williams now serves as career counselor for the United States Army. —

    ALAMEDA, CA, July 18, 2009 /Cambridge Who’s Who/ — David T. Williams, Career Counselor for the Retention Department of the United States Army, has been recognized by Cambridge Who’s Who for demonstrating dedication, leadership and excellence in military services.

Having served in both the Afghanistan and Iraq Wars, David T. Williams now enters his third year as Career Counselor for the Retention Department of the United States Army. Drawing upon his 22 years of military experience and aptitude in career retention, Mr. Williams expertly renders career counseling, teaches life retention techniques and guides army reservists in their career choices at his current post. Initially becoming involved in his profession through his experience as a quality assurance professional for the United States Department of Agriculture, Mr. Williams hopes to do private contract work in the California Bay Area as he moves forward in his career. He also intends to earn a master’s degree in procurement and contract management from the University of Maryland University College, which he is currently pursuing. This will augment his academic merits, which include a bachelor of science in liberal arts from Excelsior College.

Mr. Williams has been honored with numerous awards and recognitions, spanning over the entirety of his career, from 1989 to the present. In 2009, he was bestowed with the Non-Article 5 Medal by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. He earned the Joint Service Achievement Medal from the United States Army in 2005 and the Iraq Campaign Medal in 2004. He is the recipient of multiple Achievement Medals and wears a Silver Recruiter Badge with Three Gold Achievement Stars. Mr. Williams is also active within his community, contributing to The American National Red Cross, and acting as member-at-large for the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States. He is also a member of the National Contract Management Association, National Defense Industrial Association, Association of the United States Army, The National Republican Senatorial Committee and Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America.

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Take a Glimpse of The Other Side of the Game — New Book Tells an Autobiographical Tale About Electronic Surveillance and Monitoring

ALAMEDA, Calif., Dec. 18, 2009 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — People have the right to privacy. The police have the right to surveillance and monitoring people especially when involved in a legal case. But what if authority abuses its power and breaches into one’s privacy with the intent of destroying an individual’s anonymity? Author Tadaram Maradas shares a similar experience as he takes readers to The Other Side of the Game.

Espionage movies have shown how electronic devices can be used to tap into a person’s privacy and discover his most intimate activities. On film, the process looks fascinating and exciting. But in reality, when one becomes the target of surveillance, it is far from a pleasant experience. The Other Side of the Game tells an excerpt from the many excursions in the life series of author Tadaram Maradas. It tells an autobiographical account in which electronic surveillance and remote neural monitoring led him to file a complaint against the police department.

In this fascinating true account, the author reveals the details of his surveillance and monitoring, including the official documents that were filed in his complaint and the due process he followed. He also takes time to expound on legal terms to readers such as perjury, slander and others-and how one can proceed with these cases. With an in-depth view of electronic surveillance and an extensive index of useful references, The Other Side of the Game is a fascinating read that readers will enjoy and learn from.

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About the Author

Tadaram Maradas, whose real name is David Williams, is a writer and author from the San Francisco Bay Area. He is an alum of Excelsior College in upstate New York, and is currently enrolled as MSM Graduate Student in the University of Maryland Graduate School System at Adelphi, Maryland. He recently capped a satisfying twenty-three year career in the United States Army where he served in four Contingency Operations, which included both Combative and Non-Combative Operations. His autobiographical, self-written book, The Other Side of the Game, is an excerpt of one of the many excursions that he experienced in his life series.


The Other Side of the Game * by Tadaram Maradas
Publication Date: December 16, 2009
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Dear Tadaram Maradas,
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As an update on your Bookstore Returnability Service, please be informed that the paperback edition of your book, The Other Side of the Game, is now listed as returnable in Ingram’s Database. Any bookseller who orders from Ingram should have the chance to take advantage of this option. Per Ingram, this service was processed and applied into your book’s account in February 2010 and will expire in February 2011.
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“The Other Side of the Game,” is an excerpt of one of the many Excursions in the Life series of Tadaram Maradas. This book tells a True Autobiographical Account of a tale of Electronic Surveillance and Remote Neural Monitoring, in Human, Organic, Carbon Based, Life Forms, and the means in which I pursued to alleviate this activity. Many of the Names, Places, and Events are withheld or blacked out, to protect the identity, and location of each one individually and respectively. The Official documentation in this excerpt are actual documents on file, in which I have authorized release for the purposes of writing this excerpt – Tadaram Maradas.

23 Years in the Making

May 26, 2010

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A Pictorial Memoir: 23 years in the making, is a reflection of the hard work and sacrifices faced by many young Americans who unselfishly don the uniform of the U.S. Armed Forces. Each one individually, and respectively has their own story. In this Memoir, I am grateful to have the opportunity to share my story with you the reader, in a Pictorial Memoir.  As stated in its’ title there is over 20 years of history and experiences contained in this Memoir. It has been accomplished, around the world over, to include The United States,  The Central Asian States, The South Pacific,  Europe,  and The Middle East. It has come with great reward, sacrifice, loss, and healing, however, I have enjoyed it to the utmost.  Some of the Photos depict graphic violence, as a result of Operational Contingencies in a combat zone, however most are a result of day to day Operations in a direct leadership environment, that I hope are pleasing to you the reader, and I hope that you enjoy this Memoir, as much as I enjoy sharing it with you.  As you flip through this Memoir, I would like for you to keep uppermost in your mind, as I have throughout my career that: “ No One prays for Peace more than a soldier, because it is he that has to make the ultimate sacrifice.”

‘ A Pictorial Memoir: 23 Years in the Making,’ is an official entry in the Book Expo America Exhibit in New York, New York May 25 – 27, 2010. ‘ A Pictorial Memoir : 23 Years in the Making,’ is an official entry into the Combined California Library Association Book Exhibit in Sacramento, California, November 15 – 20, 2010.

Tadaram Maradas, whose real name is David Williams, is a writer and author from, “The San Francisco Bay Area.” He is an Alum from “Excelsior College” in Upstate, New York, and is currently enrolled as MSM Graduate Student in “The University of Maryland Graduate School System” at Adelphi, Maryland. He recently capped a satisfying twenty-three-year career in “The United States Army” where he served in four Contingency Operations, which included both Combative and Non-Combative Operations. His autobiographical, self-written book, The Other Side of the Game, is an excerpt of one of the many excursions that he experienced in his life series.

Espionage movies have shown how electronic devices can be used to tap into a person’s privacy and discover his most intimate activities. On film, the process looks fascinating and exciting. But in reality, when one becomes the target of surveillance, it is far from a pleasant experience.

The Other Side of the Game tells an excerpt from the many excursions in the life series of author Tadaram Maradas. It tells an autobiographical account in which electronic surveillance and remote neural monitoring led him to file a complaint against the police department.

In this fascinating true account, the author reveals the details of his surveillance and monitoring, including the official documents that were filed in his complaint and the due process he followed. He also takes time to expound on legal terms to readers such as perjury, slander and others—and how one can proceed with these cases. With an in-depth view of electronic surveillance and an extensive index of useful references, The Other Side of the Game is a fascinating read filled with practical tips and legal advice. Know your rights and fight for them!

Tadaram Maradas is a writer turned author from the San Francisco Bay Area. His real name is David Williams. He has had numerous accomplishments, and achievements over the years. Perhaps his most coveted is his Lifetime Membership in the Cambridge Whos who directory Honors Edition of Executives, Professionals and Entrepreneurs, which speaks for his achievements throughout his life series. This Autobiographical book is an attempt to bring some of those accomplishments and achievements into the persona of you, the reader.Hopefully, you the readers, are satisfied with the results and the outcome of the presented materials, in ‘ a Pictorial Memoir: 23 years in the Making.’

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