Acceptable Loss: An Infantry Soldier's Perspectiveby Kregg P. Jorgenson
The true-to-life story of a Ranger who volunteered to serve on a Blue Team in the Air Cavalry, racing to the aid of soldiers who faced the same dangers he had barely survived in the jungles of Vietnam. Whether enduring NVA sniper attacks, surviving "friendly" fire, or landing in hot LZs, Jorgenson discovered that in Vietnam you never knew whether you were paranoid or just painfully aware of the possibilities.
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I could relate and believe this book to be true as I was in the same area, just with a different troop at the same time! One of the few accurate accounts I have read!
Takes you into the lives of great people
Good action when there is some, just not as much detail of those times as I like or as in some others covering similar time/type of company etc.
Their should never be acceptable loss. You never will know if it is your family or friend who will be casually marked off as an "acceptable loss".