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Very interesting and informative. Happy to read the other side of the story.Published 28 days ago by RNJ
good read had to read it for college history class my freshman yearPublished 1 month ago by Tommy Brunke
This book is on the "Recommended Reading List" of Vietnam Veterans of America, Chapter 295, Indianapolis, Indiana. Rene Luis Santiago.Published 2 months ago by Rene L. Santiago
The author knew his skill set. I hope he never changes the way he writesPublished 2 months ago by Ron R
Being a Vietnam veteran I can identify with some of the "Bloods" in the stories. I was drafted but enlisted before the induction date trying to avoid Vietnam. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Gary W. Stanford Sr.
This book is quite easily in the top 1% of war accounts that I have ever read. Hard hitting and no holds barred. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Frank Castle
This collection of experiences are very rarely published. Though, as a Black Vietnam veteran, I could relate to certain references in these veteran's interviews. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Bakerman
As an honorably discharged Afro-American Army Veteran all I can do is thank God I served during the "Cold War" and did not have my humanity stolen from me by a "Hot" War... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Anonymous