The Boys of Vietnam

The Boys of Vietnam

by Marvin Groce

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Each is different and unique, each comes from diverse background, each played significant roles in their existence, but all of them fought to defend their land, to help each fellow comrade in times of war.

Chief Warrant Officer Three Michael James Braham was a senior pilot-in-command and the brigade's chief instructor pilot. He was assigned to take over the new designed aircraft that would replace the Army's modified UH-1 attack helicopters. On one of his patrols, his aircraft was attacked on the Cambodian border, and it crashed. He and his assistant, Warrant Officer One Norman Glass, wandered in the forest in an attempt to not be seen by the enemy.

Along their way, they noticed Americans being held captive. Mike and Norm helped and freed Chief Warrant Officer Marvin Grene, Colonel Beasley, Colonel Clausen, and Major Mosley.

They were captured by none other than the traitor, Captain Truong Chao His. Capt. Truong was known as part of the North Vietnamese Army regulars in disguise against the United States of America.

Private First Class Richard Metcalf joined the Army to prove something to his self, family, and those who underestimate him when he was young.

Lieutenant Colonel Reynolds and Captain Bussey worked hand in hand to rescue those who were missing and suspected to be imprisoned by the Vietnamese Army.

All of them fought till the end--some succeeded, some were defeated. But their determination and well-adept military prowess showed their dedication in their profession, as well as to the welfare of their fellow comrades.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940016687339
Publisher: Dorrance Publishing Co. Inc.
Publication date: 03/29/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 174
Sales rank: 878,662
File size: 451 KB

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