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Semper Fi, Do or Die
John Conway USMCR 68-72
LT. Strauss keeps your attention with each chapter. His ability to tell the story of the American Marine's contribution and sacrifices made in a God awful series of battles for valley in Vietnam Nam that few in the "World" could fathom is riveting! Only those that served could understand at the time. Those Vets have lived those recurring nightmares mostly feeling they were alone. Lt's manuscripts from his and his companies time in hell have touched many vets helping them to know they were not alone. This book is therapeutic for those that endured. These books should be required reading for all of our young Warriors in OTS (Officer Training School).
This book is a Riveting compilation of lessons of survival in crucible we called the Vietnam Nam War.
Sierra Hotel LT. Strauss! A great book!
The NVA know their location and direction of travel...so does the battery of Howitzers in the rear - both will cause death. The L-T tries to outsmart the NVA troops and calls for extreme measures from his troops during that first week Seems that when things go right, Gunny gets the credit and when they fall apart it's because the officer in charge is a poor leader. Lt. Strauss ('Junior') tries everything in his power to keep his people safe - including himself.
It's a cat and mouse game...intense, terrifying and engaging. Who wins and who loses in this political game of chess in the jungles of Vietnam. When the story ends, readers will cry out for more! It is that good!
John Podlaski, author
"Cherries - A Vietnam War Novel" and "When Can I Stop Running?"