By Kregg P. Jorgenson

The true-to-life tale of a Ranger who volunteered to serve on a Blue staff within the Air Cavalry, racing to the help of squaddies who confronted an identical hazards he had slightly survived within the jungles of Vietnam. even if enduring NVA sniper assaults, surviving "friendly" fireplace, or touchdown in sizzling LZs, Jorgenson came across that during Vietnam you by no means knew even if you have been paranoid or simply painfully conscious of the possibilities.

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Suddenly, I found myself in a depression, my ears bleeding and trying to keep from passing out…. J. I.! Strange but True Stories of the Vietnam War• •Published by The Random House Publishing Group Books published by The Random House Publishing Group are available at quantity discounts on bulk purchases for premium, educational, fund-raising, and special sales use. For details, please call 1-800-733-3000. Table of Contents Other Books by This Author Title Page Acknowledgments Prologue Chapter One Chapter Two Chapter Three Chapter Four Chapter Five Chapter Six Chapter Seven Chapter Eight Chapter Nine Chapter Ten Chapter Eleven Chapter Twelve Chapter Thirteen Chapter Fourteen Chapter Fifteen Chapter Sixteen Chapter Seventeen Chapter Eighteen Chapter Nineteen Chapter Twenty Chapter Twenty-One Epilogue Aftermath and Follow-Up Copyright “It’s not the critic who counts, not the man who points out how the strong man stumbled, or where the doer of deeds could have done better.

Like some of my friends back home in Seattle, I suppose I could probably have maneuvered myself into college and out of the army, only I didn’t want to because college didn’t interest me as much as the war did. As any Saturday matinee moviegoer knew, war was exciting. It served as a rite of passage and test of manhood in too many popular films and books of fiction. The war in Vietnam already had been going on for nearly six years, and there were rumors that it would soon be over, so I wasn’t so much afraid of going to the war as much as I was afraid of missing it!

Yeah, well if we’re not Airborne qualified? ” Breeze asked. The staff sergeant only smiled. ” “Maybe if a frog had wings he wouldn’t bump his butt every-time he jumped,” the Ranger spec-four said. “You don’t have to be Airborne qualified,” the staff sergeant added. “Whether you know it or not, this is the 1st Cavalry Division, and here we do everything with helicopters. ” a new “shake ’n’ bake” E-6 staff sergeant asked. A small black OD Ranger tab was sewn in place over the oblong Cav patch. His bearing was Fort Benning, while his drawl and twang said he was from Texas or Oklahoma.

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