It was a time of confusion, militancy, and doubt.
During the Vietnam War, approximately 2,700,000 American men and women answered their nation’s call to service. Young men, usually between ages 18-21, sent to Vietnam with the Army, Navy, Marines, and Air Force flew over enemy territory, investigated tunnels with explosives, performed search-and-destroy missions, conducted naval duties, operated military equipment, and provided medical aid for the wounded.
They persevered, despite violent naysayers back home who belittled their efforts. Protesters failed to welcome them home and call them vile names. Worse, the men would later discover that while in service to their country, they were exposed to deadly substances that seriously affected their health.
The stories in this book from men who served in the Army, Air Force, Navy and Marines.
They will amaze — and possibly anger — you.
I’d wager at least one story will have you on the edge of your seat. Another will cause tears to well up.
This is the Vietnam War as could only be told by those who fought.
Voices From Vietnam: Stories of War is available on Amazon.
Please post a review after reading it. Then encourage a friend to read it.
We need to know what these men experienced.
God bless our veterans.