K-9 Soldiers: Vietnam and After

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Mr. Shaw shares his personal experience of entering the Army in 1957, then his subsequent experience as an Airborne paratrooper. He describes patrol activities where his dog played a substantial role in the success of the operations. He also shares other patrol actions in Tay Ninh in 1970.
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Overview

Mr. Shaw shares his personal experience of entering the Army in 1957, then his subsequent experience as an Airborne paratrooper. He describes patrol activities where his dog played a substantial role in the success of the operations. He also shares other patrol actions in Tay Ninh in 1970.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781555714956
  • Publisher: L & R Publishing
  • Publication date: 1/28/1999
  • Pages: 184
  • Product dimensions: 8.62 (w) x 10.13 (h) x 1.51 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 18, 2001

    Captain Morgan Vietnam and After

    The author did a very good job developing the many different personalities of his different K-9 dogs. Each chapter keep the readers interest and made a fluid transition into the next chapter. In developing his store the author allowed the reader to learn about Vietnam and the role dogs played in a very interesting format. I did not want the book to end.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 7, 2000

    K-9 Soldiers revisited

    I don't often re-read a book in the same decade, but after recently re-reading K-9 Soldiers, Vietnam and After, I learned over the 'Net', that Suzie's story is to be aired on Discovery Channel early next year. I think this is SUPER, giving our four-footed heroes some much deserved recognition. ... For readers who haven't read K-9 Soldiers, you really should. It's the kind of book you won't put down until you have reached the back cover .... For those of us who have read it, I heartly recommend Paul Morgan's barely fictionalized account of behind the lines action around the Cambodian border, entitled 'The Parrot's Beak'. This is another slam 'em, bam 'em, damned good read. You can taste the smoke of battle, and feel the humidity and tension. ... go now ... read 'The Parror's Beak' and look for Suzie's story ... Suzie will be featured on Animal X, Discovery Channel in 2001.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 11, 2000

    four footed bravery

    An engaging look dogs in service to man.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 20, 2000

    Paul Morgan's true story of Vietnam and After.

    Paul Morgan¿s book K-9 Soldiers: Vietnam and After is a story of Paul¿s military life from beginning to end and the intense training this soldier endured to become a U.S. Army Green Beret with two tours in Vietnam. There are stories about Suzie his faithful German Shepherd that saved him and his buddies more than once in the jungles and rice paddies of Southeast Asia. After the military he started his own K-9 security business. The many stories that he tells about his K-9 companion¿s will bring tears to your eyes and make you smile. Jim Hart 12th SPS K-9 PhuCat 1970-1971 USAF

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 2, 2000

    K-9 Soldiers a SUPER read

    K-9 SOLDIERS Vietnam and After by Paul B. Morgan is a genuine story of a man and his best friend(s), in war and peace. This is a hard book to put down, until you have turned it's last page. The mutual love and devoted service of man's animal friend comes across in the tales of war in Vietnam and combatting crime on the city streets in peacetme. Along the way, we get the precious vision on how a young man matures through his military career, and in his post-service occupation as a dog handler. Paul Morgan is a natural story teller, and his personal accounts, with his K-9 soldiers, is an enjoyable and touching read. I highly recommend this book to anyone interested in Vietnam, veterans, and service dogs I heard that, Paul has a new book coming out soon, entitled 'Parrot's Beak'. I'm looking forward to reading it. Larry Healey 484 BWH, SAC USAF 1964-1966

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