This is a story of friendships, brotherhood and endurance. During the late sixties, some people burned flags, some marched in protest, and some slept in foxholes in the jungle. For them it wasn’t as much about politics as it was about staying alive and keeping the man next to you alive, too. They watched out for each other and kept each other out of trouble, whether in direct combat with the enemy or with a military that kept them in harm’s way. They developed a unique style to cope with the world they were in. This is a Marine grunt’s point of view and will put the reader knee deep in the jungle, surviving and trying to stay sane.
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Published September 30, 2011
Biographies & Memoirs, War, History.