Master Sgt. William (Bill) J. Stanley had only known victory in his 17 years of military service. From the bloody beaches of Normandy France to the carnage of the Korean War, Bill was a combat soldier who exemplified honor and courage. But the day came, at the height of the Cold War in 1958, when Bill would face a battle waged not with guns, tanks and military might; but with greed, power and money.
A new enemy had arrived at the U.S. military base in Frankfurt, Germany in the form of Vernon Presley, widowed father of singer and now U.S. solider Elvis Presley. Through a chance meeting with Vernon, Bill would unknowingly be drawn into a war that would not only cost him his family, but the honor of the country he had dedicated his life to defend.