Dr. Daniel P. Schrage

As Usual, Guardian was Perfect in all Respects

A Memoir - 2 Books of 3


Book 1 in the A Full Lifetime Career of Seeking Perfection Driven by Family and Mentors trilogy

Book 2 in the Development of Next Generations of Army Aviation Systems trilogy

Paul Fardink
Vertical Flight Society History Committee | LTC (Ret.)
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Dan Schrage provides first hand experiences and valuable lessons learned from the Cold War in Europe and the Vietnam War.
Mike Krzyzewski
(Ret.) Duke University Basketball Coach
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Dan Schrage was an excellent athlete, my teammate, and captain of the 1966-67 Army Basketball Team with Bob Knight as Coach. He was our leader and our hardest worker and competitor.
Dr. Tom Thompson
Chief Engineer, Aeromechanics Division, U.S. Army Systems Readiness Directorate
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Dr. Dan Schrage is our most knowledgeable and articulate champion of Army Aviation.  No one understands its purpose, people and politics better than Dan.
Dr. William D. Lewis
Former Director for U.S. Army Aviation Development
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Dan’s operational, acquisition and academic prowess establishes him as the preeminent rotorcraft developer. An outstanding leader and technical mentor.
George Singley
Former Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army (Research & Technology)
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As a decorated Combat Army Aviator, accomplished aeronautical engineer, advanced systems innovator and past Director of the GIT/Army Rotorcraft Research Center of Excellence, Dr. Schrage brings an expert perspective this important publication.

Daniel P. Schrage

“Although a quiet individual, Dan has earned the friendship of everyone he has encountered. He has earned fame and prestige while distinguishing himself as one of Army’s finest basketball players. In addition to his talents on the court, Dan also has the potential equally well in academics, but the lure of the more important things of life, sleep in particular, has kept him from wearing stars. No doubt a success in whatever he attempts both in the Army and four years hence, Dan will also carry with him the distinction of being one of West Point’s finest.” – 1967 Howitzer

Dr. Daniel P. Schrage

Five Things You Should Know

Guardian 3

Why was winning the Vietnam War unsuccessful?

Why is it so difficult for the Army to develop and field New Aircraft?

Why is it so difficult to Develop and Sustain a Graduate Program in Aerospace Systems Design?

CPT Schrage

CPT Schrage Receiving The Distinguished Flying Cross For Heroism in Combat.

CPT Schrage

CPT Schrage with his 162nd AHC Vulture 16 Huey Aircraft.