Harold J. Weiss Jr. tells the story of Ranger Capt. Bill McDonald in Yours to Command. A compulsive lawman, Ranger McDonald was also a deputy sheriff, U.S. marshal, state revenue agent and presidential bodyguard. Although a crack shot, he was no gunfighter. He never killed anyone; his bravado being sufficient to intimidate the most dangerous outlaw.
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