About the author
W.L. "Strick" Strickland is a proud disabled veteran of the United States Air Force. He served as a Law Enforcement Specialist in the Security Police Squadrons at Altus Oklahoma and Incirlik Air Base Turkey, as well as proudly serving in Desert Storm. Strick is a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW), American Legion (AL) and Disabled American Veterans (DAV) organizations. Traveling the world throughout his professional career, he now resides in Texas as a devoted husband and stepfather. He enjoys spending time with family and friends and helping others.
Having more than thirty years' experience in the Information Technology career field after the military, he spent his time troubleshooting printers, computers, scripting automation, networking, web administration, cloud computing and in systems administration. He was also employed, at one time, to break into company locations and look for vulnerabilities, to help that company correct any issues that may get them hacked.
As an award-winning magazine editor, journalist and photographer, Strick's accomplishments include winning two Veterans of Foreign Wars publications awards and two national awards for Web Administration.
Sustained injuries may have ended his military career prematurely, Strick utilizes the same ethics and integrity today thoughout his endeavor in Sublimation.
Strick uses his expertise and determination, to help others navigate through their own endeavors of sublimation, whether it is printing, supplies, creating forms, or simply helping one to never give up. Helping others is very natural to Strick and is the reason for writing this book, so that others may succeed as well.
If you would like information on Strick or continue to following his journey, you can always find him lending a helping hand in his Facebook Group: Sublimation Printing Tip Sheet. He also helps in other groups, trying to make sure others get accurate information to help others succeed.