It was the apex of the conflict in Vietnam Hundreds of American soldiers were being killed every week in that war ravaged country Rocky Olson, a newly trained and indoctrinated American infantryman, was sent as a combat replacement into that maelstrom of politics, suffering, and death He was given an experienced M 16, and was provided with endless opportunities to force Sir Charles to give his last full measure of devotion to the communist cause.This true, amazing, first hand account of that brutal war has touched thousands....
|Title||:||Sgt. Rock: Last Warrior Standing|
|Publisher||:||Brigham Distributing April 11, 2011|
|Number of Pages||:||341 pages|
|File Size||:||661 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Sgt. Rock: Last Warrior Standing Reviews
Just finished this one tonight. Upon closing the book, I had mixed emotions. Some 40+ years after Rocky's tour ended, plenty of time has elapsed for those involved, and those who weren't to have their thoughts about Vietnam evolve.
For someone who really wants to know what it was like
This book was a real eye opener for me. In this true story, Sgt. Rock guides his readers through his year in Vietnam. From the day-to-day drudgery of sleeping in the mud and rain with clothes that haven't come off in a month and empty bellies, because the C-rations couldn't be delivered in the storm, to the heart-pounding terror of marching up Hamburger Hill with bullets flying in every direction.
I got this from Amazon and began reading it within a week. It turned out to be the kind of book I read in bites, as I don't want to devour the entire narrative too soon. Better to enjoy in small morsels. That way you can digest and relish each mouthful. I read a chapter a night and couldn't wait to pick it up before bed each evening. I wouldn't be surprised if a large publishing house puts this gem out in a mass-market edition, it's that good. The photographs are amazingly pristine, and the prose flows freely like a river to the sea. Some incredible experiences are recounted, and some unforgettable and valiant men are depicted. One reading does not do this book justice. Very highly recommended.