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Bridge at Dong Ha
Real-life story of Marine bravery. The Commandant of the Marine Corps has this book on the
Recommended Reading list for marines.
Ordinary Lives: Platoon 1005 and the Vietnam War
by W. D. Ehrhart
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Robert C. Mason
This is the book for you if you like helo operations in Vietnam. The book goes into a lot
of detail of U.S Army Hueys in "Slick" operations. The book documents his
outstanding service in 'Nam and his mental decline as he suffers from Post-Traumatic
Stress Syndrome. If you like Choppers, this is a must read!
Johnnie M. Clark
The story of a USMC M-60 gunner in Vietnam. It centers around the author, the M-60 gunner,
and provides real-life accounts of squad action in Vietnam. The M-60 replaced the B.A.R.
of the WWII-era squad. It [the book] is somewhat reminiscent of Combat! Well
written and a good read.
is the only publication devoted exclusively to the Vietnam conflict.
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