Memoir – UP-CLOSE & PERSONAL

UP-CLOSE & PERSONALUP-CLOSE & PERSONAL
In-Country, Chieu Hoi, Vietnam 1969-1970
By Robert C. Bogison
Published: June 2019
ISBN:  978-1097969142
ASIN: B07VQ87QPT
Genre: Memoir – Military History
Formats Available For Review: pdf, can be sent to kindle from NetGalley

The Vietnam War has tormented American consciousness for more than half a hundred years, and Up-Close & Personal is a signal contribution to understanding that drawn-out conflict from a soldier’s point of view, informed by knowledge gained from being “up-close” at the basic, ground-pounding or river-patrolling combat level. Drugs, sex and blind resistance to authority at home exported its rot to the military in Vietnam as morale collapsed and Army leadership went adrift. 1969-1970, the era covered by this book, was the nadir. That the stalwarts who dubbed themselves “Bushwhackers” were actually Military Police assigned an infantry role — and thus unique in US military history — makes the tale all the more compelling.

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Military Fiction – War Without End, Amen: A Vietnam Story

War Without End, Amen: A Vietnam Story
by Tim CoderWar Without End Amen
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 978-1481885027
Published: April 2013
Pages: 518
Genre: Fiction, Military, Vietnam
Format Available For Review: Kindle ebook, paperback

Whether it was the war you’d loved or the war you loved to hate, Vietnam wasn’t over when it was over. It didn’t end with with the Army order that sent you back to The World. And it didn’t end with the human finality of death. If you’d screwed up as a grunt in the field, you owed one final chit to the Nam. The big one. Yourself. Sins of omission and commission must be atoned for when you checked into the other side. They were a debt you had to pay. The Nam wasn’t over until the golds of the godforsaken jungle said it was finally over. It was done when you’d done you duty. Done it to the nod of the gods.

Forty-years after a deadly firefight in a no-name village in I Corps in which villagers were slain and members of their small, 101st Airborne Unit were killed, Sgt. Paul Murphy and Lt. Adrian Pokorny are seeking a measure of redemption.

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Memoir – Honorable Intentions

Honorable IntentionsHonorable Intentions
By Russell Jones
Publisher: Hill Country Ink
ISBN: 978-0578092133
Pages: 298
Genre: Memoir

Honorable Intentions is a memoir of an American warrior who, as a combat helicopter pilot in Vietnam, a police officer and undercover narcotics detective, intelligence agent during the contra war in Central America, narcotics consultant in the Soviet Union and China, kept his eyes wide open and is willing to stand up and pull the veil away on what is really happening today in the war on drugs.

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