Is there something out there, not in the spiritual world, but the product of applied science, that can direct and influence your lifetime events and experiences? The author tells how this may have been the case in the context of his having served in a lawyer's position in the U. S. Army during the last two years of the Viet Nam conflict. It recounts his military criminal trial and general life experiences, many of which are rather bizarre, while in Long Binh Post Viet Nam. His conclusions give a greatly expanded insight to a soldier's conversational comment, Power Check, Commo Check. Hampden White is a U. S. Army Nam veteran, serving mostly as a lawyer 1970-71. He has practiced law primarily in Baton Rouge since returning from Nam, doing mostly insurance defense litigation and corporate law. White was born in 1944, age 64 at this publication. He has two married daughters, one a college professor, the other in a large national law firm.