In October of 1967, Rick Smith was a college journalist covering a huge Vietnam War protest march at the Pentagon in Washington D.C Three years later he was drafted into the military as thousands were and found himself on his way to the war itself This is a different story about having served in Vietnam There are notales of battlefield terror or glory It s as much a love story as a war story Smith was stationed behind the front lines in Vietnam in the rear echelon His touching tales of brotherly love and personal love reveal a different perspective of Vietnam His heartfelt reflections of passing time provide an entertaining journey into life in Vietnam behind the front lines His honest commentary about his experience then and now may make you laugh, cry or think....
|Title||:||REMF: A Collection of Short Stories About Serving in the Rear in Vietnam|
|Publisher||:||AuthorHouse October 31, 2003|
|Number of Pages||:||108 pages|
|File Size||:||660 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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REMF: A Collection of Short Stories About Serving in the Rear in Vietnam Reviews
Awesome stories about Vietnam from the eyes of a rear echelon mother f---er!!!! Easy read good stories, got some time to kill, and like to read!! Get this you won't be disappointed!!!!!!