A Glorious Nightmare: In 64 Shades of Green

A Glorious Nightmare: In 64 Shades of Green

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A Vietnam veteran shares the story of his first tour to the jungles of Vietnam. What began as a short letter to his grandchildren evolved into a book chronicling his experiences as a Special Forces (Green Beret) soldier and honoring those who so gall...

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  • Jeffrey A. Mc Grath

    Easy reading. Gamble has done a great job of telling like it was. While the attitude of the Nation has changed for the better, politics still sucks.Easy reading, Gamble has done a great job of telling...

  • Scott Meyerson

    Good book Well written author describes his time the combat with detail and brings the reader into what he was experiencing. Not to much detail about missions but overall a great description of his ex...

  • Pat Appel

    Vietnam 1968Reading this book which I thoroughly enjoyed, brought back memories. I was on Phi Bai on January 31, 1968 the night the TET Offensive started so I must have been somewher close to the auth...

  • Millicent

    Vietnam was the place where my generation went to fight. This is the story of one young man who became a Green Beret, served 2 tours there, & married my lifelong friend. His is a story of dedication, ...

  • a.t.m.

    Great book by a Vietnam VetThe author has written a compelling book about what life was about in war. He mentions units and names of heroes, who did not come back to their loved ones. This is the powe...

  • Tom Bowers

    Heroic storyThis was a great story of a real patriot.He told the truth about Vietnam.The soldiers and marines over there Did their job.Unfortunately, The politicians And higher echelon officers had no...

  • jim bowen

    Good War Story.The author plays the long suffering, it’s always someone else’s fault, combatant. He did his duty though and risked his life for the privilege of wearing the green beanie. A better ...

  • Norman P. Blake

    A Great ReadThis is a true story of a warrior who was in the special forces in Vietnam who had many "across the fence" missions in Laos and Cambodia. It is a well told story that is tribute to our bra...

  • Patricia Morrow

    Outstanding read with the accuracy I would expect from an SF Officer to write. No bull, no self aggrandizing or the typical War stories makingGreat read. Accurate with no war stories making the writer...