Vietnam Diary: A Memoir for my Posterity

Vietnam Diary: A Memoir for my Posterity

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"Greetings from the President." I had just been drafted into the US Army. It was the last thing I expected, and it was certainly not what my parents or fiancee wanted to hear. Enclosed in these pages are my personal experiences from a tour served in Vietnam during the war. This book is written in my own words, a diary for my family and posterity. I hope this recounting will help them comprehend the great sacrifices made by brave soldiers in wartime, sacrifices that protect freedoms we tend to take for granted. This is my true story.

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  • Richelle Goodrich

    This book was hard to put down because my mind kept coming back to the same staggering understanding: "This isn't fiction; these things actually happened!" Vietnam Diary is basically a journal of one ...

  • curtis gibson

    wI chose this rating because coming over a year after Lanny,being in a grunt platoon like he was of the 25 th I D and in an air cav. Unit we had so many of the same kind of experiences.I really apprec...

  • Jackie Fisher

    His book is umpiring and made me so grateful to know that Mr. Start survived the war in Vietnam. He is a true America N hero. Thank you for sharing your experience with me. My freedom in this great co...

  • jakekellsaol.com

    Good job Sarge !I'm so proud of the author of this book. Drafted and served his Country, with honor. He took care of his men and brought them home. A truly selfless individual. Thank you for your serv...

  • Arlene Starr

    An autobiography of experiences in the Vietnam War. It is a decently written account written with a lot of heart and soul. It would be acceptable reading for most people excluding small children. It i...

  • Bruce Long

    Very we!I doneThank you for doing your job as you were trained to do. And for serving our country in an unpopular war. I am sorry you and the many soldiers who.were there were not appreciated for the ...

  • Fred W. Henderson

    Very good story from a good soldierI thoroughly enjoyed this book from an obviously very squared away soldier. I can easily identify with. Forgetting their names but remembering their faces. He is a t...

  • Robert Gaston

    This man put me in the jungle with him. What an experience! Very clear, a little slow starting but very real to military life.I want to read it though at one siting....