Now published for the first time: hundreds of the best color and black and white photos of the Vietnam War from the Army’s own combat correspondents, with oral histories, letters home and a rich selection from first-hand accounts by Philip Caputo, Johnnie Clark, Fred Downs, and others. Here is the soldier’s life in gritty detail, through his own eyes, in his own words, heart to heart and uncensored by the Army: the long muddy patrols, the search and destroy missions, tank and artillery warfare, donut dollies, and life back in base camp—in the rear with the beer. See it through the eyes of those who were there; the dangerous dustoff, the grim calculations of the field hospital, and the cynical stalemate that followed as the long war ground down to an end.
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