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I was deeply impressed as always at the bravery, dedication and sacrifice of the US Marines in 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.
A reprint of Bing West's famous narrative of a Marine Combined Action Platoon between 1966 and 1971. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Motown
A slow read but gives insight to CAPs in 'Nam. Gets better as you go along.Published 15 days ago by Dawg
This is an engrossing non-political book about a small part of a large war. It is much better and more delicately written than most fictional accounts while it is accurate,... Read morePublished 28 days ago by Charles J Worrel
The story was very gripping. A part of the Vietnam War that has not been talked about much. Would recommend it to anyone wanting to learn about the war.Published 1 month ago by Ronald Kester
To some, the Vietnam War was a chance for medals, promotions, and one day a star on their shoulder. To most, serving in Vietnam was their duty—a patriotic chore to serve their... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mustang
A good book; easy to read and written well. I'm not much into history but I am enjoying this book.Published 3 months ago by BusyMomofOne