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Published author and writer Tadaram Alasadro Maradas was born on February 25, 1964, as David Tavoris Williams, a disabled American veteran , who retired from the Unites States Army with 24 years of service. Now, sitting as President and Chief Executive Officer of Maradas, Inc: A California Corporation, Williams authors his authorship under the pen name of Tadaram Alasadro Maradas. The Maradas firm is the controlling entity of all rights and published works authored by Tadaram Maradas and Tadaram Alasadro Maradas. The Maradas authorship began, CIRCA: December 16, 2009 with his debut release of his first published work, “The Other Side of the Game,” an autobirgraphical documentary published by Xlibris Publishing Company, Bloomington, Indiana. He quickly authored and published his second published work, “A Pictorial Memoir: 23 Years in the Making,” and it went live CIRCA: April 26, 2010, Just 1 month before his twenty fourth anniversary and subsequent retirement from the United States Army on May 26, 2010. However, this work went live with the world renown, “Authorhouse Publishing Company,” Bloomington, Indiana. Like the Xlibris Publishing Company, Authorhouse has 3 main hub divisions which are located in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Australia. After these titles went live the Maradas firm was created and organized, CIRCA: April 26, 2010, to market the authorship of Tadaram Maradas. Both published were entered in Book expos around the United States. The Book Expo America, The American association of retired people (AARP), and the California Library / California School Library association, displays the published works of Tadaram Maradas on an annual and permanent basis in their book expos. These published works are card catalogued throughout the state of California, and the Library of congress in Washington, D.C. It would take 20 months before Tadaram Maradas would overcome the sophomore Jinxx and author / publish a new title. This time however, Maradas would finally find a home in a suburban Denver, Colorado City named Parker, Colorado, where he would release his next four published works. This publishing company, Outskirts Press, would publish, CIRCA: December 16, 2011, The Council of the XII: Tsillaria360, The Flame, The Fire, The Lyt., CIRCA: December 21, 2011, The Other Side of the Game: A Requiem Angelicus of Dawid the Beloved, CIRCA: December 29, 2011, The Flaming Blade: My Days in Babylon, and CIRCA: December 29, 2011, The Rise of the Phoenix. With the publishing of these books Maradas established himself as a writer with credible authorship. Like his first two titles the books are marked for movement worldwide by the Maradas firm.


Anthology[modifier le code]

Date Published Name of Book
December 16 2009 The Other Side of the Game
April 26 2010 A Pictorial Memoir: 23 Years in the Making
November 28 2011 Ars Longa Vita Brevis
December 16 2011 The Council of the XII: Tsillaria360: The Flame The Fire The Lyt
December 21 2011 The Other Side of the Game: A Requiem Angelicus of Dawid the Beloved
December 29 2011 The Flaming Blade: My Days in Babylon
December 29 2011 The Rise of the Phoenix


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Introduction[modifier le code]

Sergeant First Class David Tavoris Williams (pronounced \ˈwil-yəmz\) is a retired disabled American Combat Veteran & Non Commissioned Officer with 24 years of service, from the United States Army[1]. He is a native Floridian, born in Milton (Santa Rosa County) Florida USA. His military service career began in April 18, 1986 when he enlisted into the United States Army at Maxwell Air Force Base, in Montgomery, Alabama. His initial entry training assignments included Ft. McClellan, Alabama in Annistan, Alabama and Ft. Sam Houston, Texas, in San Antonio, Texas. Then, a Private First Class (PFC), his first permanent duty assignment was in USASCH - United States Army Support Command Hawaii. Assigned to Tripler Army Medical Center (T.A.M.C.)[2] Williams served 4 years as a Veterinary Services Subsistence Inspection Specialist where he earned the title of Sergeant (SGT) before reenlisting and moving on to the 109th Medical Detachment Veterinary Services (Large) in Los Alamitos California USA. There, Williams would serve in the capacity of Veterinary Services NCO and earn the title of Staff Sergeant (SSG). While attached to the 109th Medical Detachment in Los Alamitos, California, Williams served in Operation Bold Shift, Returning Forces to Germany (REFORGER), and Operation Desert Storm[3]. In April 1994, Williams reenlisted with subsequent duty in the 377th Theater Area Army Command (TAACOM), as a Parachute Rigger at Camp Leroy Johnson, New Orleans, LA USA, with further assignment to the 4010th U.S. Army Hospital (USAH) as a Preventative Medicine Specialist. On February 25, 1998, Staff Sergeant Williams was assigned to the [4] Ft. Knox, Kentucky as a field recruiter in the U S Army Recruiting Battalion Los Angeles (USARBLA), with further assignment to the San Fernando Valley Recruiting Company for duty at the Glendale Recruiting Station, Glendale, Ca, USA. Staff Sergeant Williams would serve for 4 years in the Glendale recruiting station and earn the title of Sergeant First Class (SFC), before reenlisting with subsequent duty in the 160th Military Police (MP) Battalion, Tallahassee, FL, USA as a Internal Control SR NCO, Finance. While assigned to the 160th Military Police Battalion, SFC Williams sub assignments would include Finance school at Camp Shelby, MS, and the Western Kentucky University (WKU) at Bowling Green Kentucky, and Camp Blanding, Fl at Starke, FL, USA. Williams would serve in the 160th MP Battalion until April 15, 2004 when he would report to Combined Joint Task Force 7 (CJTF7), Ft. Jackson, SC USA, where he was assigned to the 18th AG personnel group, Ft. Bragg, NC, with subsequent assignment to Operation Iraqi Freedom, Baghdad, Iraq. After 1 year in the Theater of Operations, SFC Williams would return to the United States, and report for duty in assistance to the US Army Corp of Engineers in the [5] in the city of New Orleans, La, USA to serve as an Internal Review Auditor for the demolition and debris removal in that city in the aftermath of that natural disaster. Upon completion of his tour of duty, SFC Williams would report to Ft. Lewis, WA USA to serve in Operation Warrior Forge as a Food Service NCO, before reporting to the US Army Recruiting Command (USAREC) for a second tour of duty as a field recruiter in the US Army Recruiting Battalion Fresno (USARBF), East Bay Recruiting Company with duty in the Alameda Recruiting Station. In December of 2008, SFC Williams would report for duty to serve with the US Army Corps of Engineers in Operation Enduring Freedom, Kabul Afghanistan. Williams would serve as the Non Commissioned Officer in Charge (NCOIC) of the Joint Command Operations (J3) for the US Army Corps of Engineers, Qalaa House. On February 14 2009, SFC Williams was medevaced out of the country of Afghanistan for injuries received in the Theater of Operations and participated in the Wounded Warrior Program, Operation Healing Waters, as a Wounded Warrior until his retirement on May 26, 2010 at Ft. Lewis, WA USA.


Operation Iraqi Freedom[modifier le code]

Operation Iraqi Freedom was stood up on September 11, 2001, and after the initial onslaught of the war, Coalition forces established in the heart of Baghdad, “The Green Zone,” and set up Coalition Operations in the Republican Presidential palace to oversee the return of the country of Iraq to its citizens. This mission was accomplished with the full cooperation of the government of Iraq. The various Ministries of that country of Iraq worked side by side with both Governmental Organizations and Non-Governmental Organizations from around the world. The Coalition Provisional Authority or (CPA) housed the bulk of the American forces, and the Provisional Iraqi Government in the Republican Presidential Palace. Here Allied forces began to restructure a free and democratic society, of the tyrannical rule of Saddam Husein and the Bathe Party. Coalition Military Assistance Training Teams (CMATT) and Civilian Police Assistance Training Teams (CPATT) worked around the clock to Restore Operational control to the Government of Iraq and its citizens,as well as stabilizing the Middle Eastern Region of the world, and ensuring that it stayed free as well as stabilized the Middle East Region of the world. Under constant attack from incoming mortar rounds, I.E.D’s and suicide bombers, the world community proceeded to occupy and democratically liberate, what would be a free Iraq. At that time, SFC Williams was assigned to the[6], Coalition Military Assistance Training Team (CMATT), Baghdad, Iraq, in the Green Zone, where he would served in the Coalition Provisional Authority (CPA) Transition Command - Iraq (OST-4), headquartered in the Republican Presidential Palace. There, SFC Williams served in the CPA & MNSTCI, Office of Security Transition (OST-J4), as an Internal Control Sr NCO. More so, SFC Williams bought and paid for every purchase, for manpower, services, and security services in the country of Iraq with seized drug money from the corrupt Regime of Saddam, Uday and Quasi Hussein, as supplied from the Ministry of Defense (MOD), Baghdad, Iraq, by Dr. Slauson, and Dr. Cattan Ministry of Defense, Iraq. Dr. Slauson and Dr. Catttan supplied to SFC Williams millions of United States Dollars (USD), and Billions of Iraqi Dinar (ID), through the Central Bank of Iraq (C.B.I.), for the recovery and restoration of the country of Iraq. However, General David Petraeus[7] would limit SFC Williams to funds of 10,000,000.00 U.S.D., and 1,500,000,000.00 Iraqi Dinar at any given time in OST-J4, for local and national purchasing purposes. SFC Williams completed his tour of duty in Operation Iraqi Freedom in April 15 2005.


Operation Katrina and Rita Disaster Recovery Effort[modifier le code]

On July 15th 2006, SFC Williams reported for duty at the Federal Reserve Bank, New Orleans, LA,[8] where he served as an Internal Review Audit NCO in the Operation Katrina Disaster Recovery Effort to serve the resilient people of the City of New Orleans, and the Parishes Of St. Tammany, Orleans, Jefferson, St. Charles, and St. Bernard. In this non combative evacuee contingency operation, SFC Williams represented the tireless efforts of Demolition and cleanup in the aftermath of this disaster. Countless agencies and companies contributed to the recovery and restoration of this region, in an effort to regain operations and stabilize the City for its citizens. Many of the citizens of the City and surrounding Parishes remained At Home through the Demolition, Cleanup, and Reconstruction Efforts. However it is paramount that you understand the great degree of suffering and loss to the citizens of this Region, as well as the monstrous efforts that it takes to Restore, and accomplish this type of Humanitarian & Recovery Effort.


Operation Enduring Freedom[modifier le code]

On November 15th, 2007, SFC Williams was assigned to the United States Army Recruiting Command (USAREC), Ft.Knox Kentucky, as a field recruiter in the Fresno Recruiting Battalion, East Bay Recruiting Company, with duty at the Alameda Recruiting Station. SFC Williams served in this capacity until December 13th, 2008 when he was assigned to the US Army Corps of engineers for duty in the Central Asian state of Afghanistan. A mountainous region 12,000 ft above sea level, Afghanistan is a cold, desolate, poverty stricken country. Its’ people, however, are elevated in spirit, but Paganistic in belief. The Combined Security Transition Command, Afghanistan, [9], and [10], formed the provisional government that Restored Afghanistan to a freer and more democratic society. The ruins of war with Russia are evident throughout the country, housing graveyards of Russian BMP’s, and tanks. The mountains make it very difficult for movement within the country of [11], and travel outside of the country. The effects of the elements and the constant rain And snow makes building houses and roads an almost impossible task. Church Missionaries from around the world, are deployed throughout the country, and are protected by ISAF allies from around the world. President Karzai and the Afghani government are surrounded by CSTC-A, NATO, [12]HQ, Camp Eggers, and the U.S. Embassy - Afghanistan. The various ministries work side by side with both Governmental and Non-Governmental Organizations from around the world. In the southern part of the country in the foothills of Kandahar, and Herut are the poppy fields for the heavy drug trade in the country of Afghanistan and around the world. Coalition forces work around the clock under constant bombardment of incoming mortar rounds, IED’s, VBIED’s, and suicide bombers, to provide stability to President Karzai and the Afghan people, which by far is the most precious asset in the country.


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Education and Acadamia[modifier le code]

Sergeant First Class David T Williams attended the Primary Leadership Development Course (PLDC) in December 1988 at Schofield Barricks Hawaii, 25 Infantry Division. He attended the Advanced Non commissioned Officer Course (ANCOC) in June 2000 at the Ft. Jackson NCO Academy Ft Jackson SC. SFC Williams completed the Basic Subjects NCO Course (BNCOC), and the Supervisory Development Course (SDC) while assigned to the U S Army Recruiting Battalion Los Angeles (USARBLA) in USAREC. David T Williams also went on to complete his Bachelors of Science (BSL) Liberal Arts, with a minor in history, at Excelsior College in Albany NY, his Master’s Certificate (MC) Commercial and Government Contract Management with an emphasis in Lean Six Sigma, at Villanova University, in Villanova, PA, and his Masters of Science in Management (MSM) (Present) Acquisition and Supply Chain Management, at the University of Maryland University College in Adelphi, MD.

Entrepreneurship[modifier le code]

Circa: April 26, 2010, David Williams created and assumed his position as the first President and Chief Executive Officer of Maradas, Inc: A California Corporation. Williams founded and formed Maradas, Inc. as an e-commerce corporation to market his authorship worldwide. Maradas, Inc is headquartered in the San Francisco Bay area, and its formation and organization has earned President and CEO Williams, as an artificial person or business entity in the State of California, a position as a Honorary Lifetime Member in the Cambridge Who's Who Registry of Executives, Professionals, and Entrepreneurs.


  • Citation: Cambridge Who's Who (2010 - 2011) Cambridge Who's Who Registry of Executives, Professionals, and Entrepreneurs 15th Edition: Honored Members pp 1704, Uniondale, NY, Cambridge Who's Who Publishing Inc.
  • Entity Number Date Filed Status Entity Name Agent for Service of Process C329376404/29/2010ACTIVEMARADAS, INC.LEGALZOOM.COM, INC. Retrieved: 14 November 2011, http://kepler.sos.ca.gov/cbs.aspx , California Secretary of State, Sacramento, Ca, USA


Affiliated Organizations[modifier le code]


Awards and decorations of the United States Army / Military[modifier le code]

U.S. military decorations
Army Commendation Medal ribbon.svg  Army Commendation Medal
Joint Service Achievement Medal ribbon.svg Joint Service Achievement Medal
Army Achievement Medal ribbon.svg  Army Achievement Medal
Army Good Conduct Medal ribbon.svg  Good Conduct Medal
U.S. Army Reserve Components Achievement Medal ribbon.svg   Army Reserve Component Achievement Medal
National Defense Service Medal ribbon.svg  National Defense Service Medal
Afghanistan Campaign Medal ribbon.svg Afghanistan Campaign Medal
Iraq Campaign Medal ribbon.svg Iraq Campaign Medal
Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal ribbon.svg Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal
Global War on Terrorism Service Medal ribbon.svg Global War on Terrorism Service Medal
Armed Forces Service Medal ribbon.svg Armed Forces Service Medal
Armed Forces Reserve Medal ribbon.svg  Armed Forces Reserve Medal
NCO Professional Development Ribbon.svg  NCO Professional Education Ribbon
Army Service Ribbon.svg  Army Service Ribbon
Army Overseas Service Ribbon.svg  Overseas Service Ribbon
Army Reserve Overseas Training Ribbon.svg|Army Reserve Overseas Training Ribbon
NATO Medal ribbon (Non-Article 5).svg|Nato Non Article – 5 Medal Afghanistan


Official Badges and Shadowbox of the United States Army[modifier le code]

U.S. Badges and Patches
US Army Silver Recruiter Badge.png
U S Army Silver Recruiting Badge w/ 3 Gold Recruiting Stars
ArmyQualExpert.JPGExpert Marksmanship Badge with Rifle and Pistol bars
DandMBadge (Small).jpgDriver and Mechanic Badge
US Army Reserve Command SSI.svgUSARC Shoulder Sleeve Insignia
ArmyOSB.jpg|Overseas Service Bar
101AirborneDivCSIB.jpg|101st Airborne Division (United States)101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) Patchworn as his Combat Service Identification Badge – Former War Time Service (SSI-FWTS)


Earned Rank and Pay Grades[modifier le code]

Rank Date of Rank
Army-USA-OR-07.svgSergeant First class 1999 Aug 01
Army-USA-OR-06.svgStaff Sergeant 1993 Oct 01
Army-USA-OR-05.svgSergeant 1990 Feb 01
Army-USA-OR-04a.svgSpecialist 1987 Apr 01
Army-USA-OR-03.svgPrivate First Class 1986 Apr 18


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Citations[modifier le code]

Maradas, Tadaram Alasadro. Tadaram Maradas: My Life Series [Internet]. Version 12. Knol. 2011 June 30. Available from: http://theothersideofthegamebook.wordpress.com/article/tadaram-maradas-345i0m2n77axn-1/

Maradas, Tadaram Alasadro. Personal Statement for Ph. D acceptance:Corporate Leadership [Internet]. Version 8. Knol. 2011 Nov 8. Available from: http://theothersideofthegamebook.wordpress.com/article/personal-statement-for-ph-d-acceptance-345i0m2n77axn-2/

Maradas, Tadaram Alasadro. Sergeant First Class David T. Williams:USA [Internet]. Version 11. Knol. 2011 Nov 8. Available from:http://theothersideofthegamebook.wordpress.com/article/sergeant-first-class-david-t-williams-345i0m2n77axn-3/

David Tavoris Williams: Bachelors of Science (BSL) Liberal Arts, with a minor in history, Excelsior College, Albany, NY, Master’s Certificate (MC) Commercial and Government Contract Management with an emphasis in Lean Six Sigma, Villanova University, Villanova, PA, Masters of Science in Management (MSM) (Present) Acquisition and Supply Chain Management, Adelphi, MD

Entity Number Date Filed Status Entity Name Agent for Service of Process C329376404/29/2010ACTIVEMARADAS, INC.LEGALZOOM.COM, INC. Retrieved: 14 November 2011, http://kepler.sos.ca.gov/cbs.aspx , California Secretary of State, Sacramento, Ca, USA

Cambridge Who's Who (2010 - 2011) Cambridge Who's Who Registry of Executives, Professionals, and Entrepreneurs 15th Edition: Honored Members pp 1704, Uniondale, NY, Cambridge Who's Who Publishing Inc.

Maradas, T. (2010). A Pictorial Memoir: 23 Years in the Making. S.l.: Authorhouse.

Tadaram, M. (2009). The Other Side of the Game. S.l.: Xlibris Corporation.


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