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Posted January 25, 2013
These stories are 1st class personal ones of the men who fought in Viet Nam. Very interesting view of their time in country.
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Posted November 1, 2013
I bought both volumes, and i enjoyed every minute of them both. A pretty tough subject to write about. On a personel note, in my last year of high school. I was a summer hire at the army helicopter overhaul facility in Corpus Christi, Texas, AKA ARADMAC.
I asisted in the inital tear down of the choppers when they came in. Most all of them were all shot to peices. but the one that stuck in my mind and still there to this day was the old ragged out D model that came in. The cabin floor and the isulation blanket on th rear bulkhead were soaked in blood. It left a vivid image in my mind. I had already decided that I was going to join the Air Force and I did serve for 20 years as a crew chief on F-4 Phantoms in SEA, and to this day I wont ever forget that wrecked bird. Bullet holes all over the fuselage. It took some massive amounts of ground fire.
You should read both volumes and get immersed into the stoy of the crews and the amazing things they did. In a crappy stituation
And somtimes the humor comes out, (Think monkey in latrine)
Sorry got lazy and just cut and pasted my review from the previous voulume. Still all in all they are good books and I dont forsee giving them up to archive
Posted September 8, 2012
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