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The Village by F.J. West details the founding and early implementation of the U.S. Marine Corps Combined Action Program ( CAP ) in South Vietnam.
West's sole purpose is to demonstrate how the combined force of Marines and PFs were able to achieve success against the numerically superior Communists.
I think if a great soldier/author like James Webb, Tim O'Brien or Charles Anderson had written this story it would have been an incredibly powerful book.
unusual book on the Veitnam War. Shows how some very dedicated U.S. Marines tried to make a differance in some villagers lives amidst the chaos of a very bad war. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Robert B. Shields
I was a Cap commander in second CAG and found the book Fantastic and hard hittingPublished 21 days ago by Jim Farmer
Great book on things we did right in Vietnam. These stories never were reported by the mainstream media due to the total anti-Vietnam bias in their reporting. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Michael J Shryne
Received it on time as promised and in good condition. Bing West is an excellent author and this book is well written. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Choctaw Man
What most impressed me about this book is that it is told not only from the point of view of the small group of hand picked American Marines who helped to defend "the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by will5967
This book gave it's readers a clear and concise description on the Combined Action Program initiated by the Marines. It was excellent reading. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Joe Rogalski
bing west writes about the marine infantry experience better than anyone else.Published 1 month ago by james swafford