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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 15, 2003

    Excellent Narrative and Pictorial Book

    Excellently Written and Pictorial Vietnam War Narrative, February 9, 2003 Reviewer: Franklin D. Rast, author: Don's Nam, Ghosts In The Wire, and Bayou Samurai from Baton Rouge, LA USA An honest, ground-level, and poignant true story of an Army chaplain, Colonel Sam Hopkins, who served with one of the most highly decorated units of the Vietnam war---4th Battalion, 60th Artillery (Dusters). This plainspoken book is highly recommended because it contains none of the vulgarism, horrors, and often John Wayne bravado depicted in many war narratives. Armed with only a Bible and Kodak Instamatic camera, Hopkins takes the reader on a somber, yet at times humerous, journey into the Vietnam war and the lives of the young American soldiers who fought there; faithfully reminding them time and again, that their frail lives belonged to a higher authority---to "Supreme Six," the Army's slang for God. His feelings, doubts, and fears, before, during, and after the war so clearly presented give this book an unequivocal place in Vietnam war literature.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 10, 2003

    A marvelous insight from an Army Chaplain

    An excellent account with great photos from a Chaplain during Vietnam. California

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 13, 2003

    Excellently Written and Pictorial Vietnam War Narrative

    Reviewer: Franklin D. Rast, author: Don's Nam, Ghosts In The Wire, and Bayou Samurai from Baton Rouge, LA USA An honest, ground-level, and poignant true story of an Army chaplain, Colonel Sam Hopkins, who served with one of the most highly decorated units of the Vietnam war---4th Battalion, 60th Artillery (Dusters). This plainspoken book is highly recommended because it contains none of the vulgarism, horrors, and often John Wayne bravado depicted in many war narratives. Armed with only a Bible and Kodak Instamatic camera, Hopkins takes the reader on a somber, yet at times humorous, journey into the Vietnam war and the lives of the young American soldiers who fought there; faithfully reminding them time and again, that their frail lives belonged to a higher authority---to "Supreme Six," the Army's slang for God. His feelings, doubts, and fears, before, during, and after the war so clearly presented give this book an unequivocal place in Vietnam war literature.

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