Pathfinder: First In, Last Out: A Memoir of Vietnam

Pathfinder: First In, Last Out: A Memoir of Vietnam

by Richard R. Burns
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Pathfinder: First in, Last Out 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Great reading on the Vietnam War. This book tells how great the pathfinders really are and how they rank among Lrrps,Lrps,Rangers and other elite units in Vietnam. A must read for anyone interested in the Vietnam War.
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what a great story. I am so proud of the men called Pathfinders. The author wrote a book that was smooth and easy to read. I know where he is. Bless and him and his friends and family. This story will stay with me.
marysrq More than 1 year ago
I gave this book to my husband who served in the Army in Vietnam and while reading, he kept praising the accuracy of events. Oh yes, and he couldn't put the book down!
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Crashrandy More than 1 year ago
This book was one of the moust well rounded books regarding the men who served in Viet Nam. It relates numerous actions as fought by these men, but also delves into day to day lives trying to make it through their tours. The interaction with their pet, Torch, really symbolized these men as not only true warriors, in the most heart felt sense. This is a must read if you really want to find out what Nam was all about. Unfortunately, this great warrior fought his last battle recently. Bullets nor bombs could fell him, but cancer did. It took from us a person who gave it all he had, and left a legacy for us all to follow. From one war grizzled vet to anothers, please go with God in peace! You have truly earned it!
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Guest More than 1 year ago
An excellent insight to a elite group of specialists that carried on a tradition of 'First in, Last out' created during War two.
Guest More than 1 year ago
one of the best books i've ever read. the dialogue is excellent. richard burns gives an extraordinary describtion of both the settings and the people.a most read.