Rear Admiral (Doctor) Joseph H. Miller has been a Baptist deacon for fifty-six years and a teacher or director in Sunday School for thirty years and retired after three simultaneous careers: Neurosurgeon for thirty -nine years on the academic faculty of the University of Tennessee School of Medicine, Memphis, and a member of the Semmes-Murphey Clinic, Memphis. Fifty-three years as a Navy Reservist retiring as a Rear Admiral and the first Reservist to serve as a Deputy Surgeon General of the Navy. He volunteered for duty in Vietnam in 1969. A partial list of his medals includes; the Legion of Merit, Republic of Vietnam Civil Action Unit Citation, Vietnam Service Medal, Republic of Vietnam Gallantry Cross Unit Citation, Meritorious Unit Commendation, Combat Action Ribbon, and Navy Commendation Medal with Combat V. Director and Founder of the Memphis Neurosciences Center where he developed an academic interchange with forty-seven centers in thirty-nine countries. He is the author of numerous medical publications.
Since retirement he is on the Voluntary Faculty of the Department of Neurosurgery University of South Florida Medical School in Tampa. He has researched the subject of war and has lectured on it eighty-three times.
He has been on the boards of Union University, Mars Hill College, and Samford University. He was a bank director for twenty-eight years. He is a 5,000 Hour pilot.
He is retired in Apollo Beach, Florida with his wife, co-author, Cathy (A former Tennessee Baptist Children's Homes Board member and a Trustee of the Tennessee Baptist Convention.) He retired there after reviewing twenty-five countries and all the states in the United States.
Other books with AuthorHouse:
Mysteries of the Southern Baptist Beliefs Revealed
You live! You Die! Who Decides
Faked Disability: A Shame of America
Explore the Brain for the Soul
Calvin, The Psychopath