E. Robert Jordan, or Chief as everyone called him, began fighting the world and everyone in it at age three. When WWII landed him in the navy, he passed his days fighting the enemy, out-boxing his fellow soldiers, and drinking away whatever was left. But God had plans for Jordan that began with salvation, a new Christian life and new marching orders. So began his life of service as a soldier in a different army. A colorful, down-to-earth narrative that will grip you from the first page, Chief is the autobiography of a man’s man, unafraid to face the enemy or call Christ Lord.