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BlueGhost Reveille

Narrated by: John W. Harris
Length: 3 hrs
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These are the recollections of a draftee assigned to an infantry platoon in an air cavalry troop. BlueGhost Reveille follows me as a 22-year-old as I became a squad leader and then Platoon Sergeant during the war in Vietnam. The pieces of this audiobook are as factual as 50-year-old memories will allow. There is no intentional fiction in this work. The stories are about everyday life during this year in a combat unit. Some pieces are mundane, some are humorous, and the parts about going to serious war will get your heart up in your throat. 

I was not a SEAL, Ranger, or Green Beret. I was a draftee who turned down OCS because that would have meant extending my service by a year. I was chosen to go to NCO school which made me an instant NCO or a "shake and bake" sergeant. Reluctant warrior may have described many of us draftees at the time but when you know you are going to war, you better get serious. I did. Friends and family who have read this manuscript say it feels like I am sitting there telling them these stories. I hope it feels that way for you.

©2018 John W. Harris (P)2019 John W. Harris

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  • KP
  • Atlanta, GA United States
  • 09-06-19

Well done .

We enjoyed listening to it. Being 61 we were to young to actually experience it , thank God.
Thank you for your service and for letting us share it with you.
Eve was right!