By John A. Nesser
Nesser used to be deployed to the Ashau Valley, website of a few of the war’s heaviest scuffling with, and served 8 months as an infantry rifleman sooner than moving to develop into a door gunner for a Chinook helicopter. during this stirring memoir, he recollects intimately the arduous missions within the mountainous jungle, the fear of strolling into an ambush, the dull-edged anxiousness that stuffed quiet days, and the regular worry of being shot out of the sky. The debts are richly illustrated with Nesser’s personal images of the army firebases and airplane, the landscapes, and the folks he encountered.
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