• Our Vietnam Wars: Vol 4

  • As Told by More Veterans Who Served
  • By: William F. Brown
  • Narrated by: Dug Joy
  • Length: 12 hrs and 33 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (7 ratings)

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By: William F. Brown
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Want to know what Vietnam was really like?

Real stories told by real people in their own words. 100 veterans, men and women, caught up in an all too real war. From the Delta to the DMZ, come walk in their boots. If you were there, you'd understand. If you weren't, grab a copy and you will, because they’re like Doritos. Try a few, and you won't be able to stop. 

The Vietnam War dominated my generation and affected so many lives in so many different ways. Some of us were drafted, some enlisted. Some became war heroes, intentional or not, but most of us were just trying to survive. Army, marines, air force, navy, or coast guard. American, Australian, or New Zealanders. Vietnam was all about luck, good or bad. And there were hundreds of different wars depending on where you were, the year you were there, your service, branch, unit, rank, job, and race. Whether we were nurses, helicopter pilots, infantryman, rangers, clerk typists, combat medics, engineers, MPs, platoon leaders, sailors on riverine patrols up the rivers, artillerymen, or cooks - from 1956 to 1976, from the Delta to the DMZ, these stories tell who we were, the jobs we did, our memories of that time and place, how it changed us, and what we did after we came home. 

Unfortunately, what little our kids and grandkids know of the war comes from books that only focus on one soldier, one unit, and one year, or movies like Oliver Stone’s Platoon and Hamburger Hill, leaving people to think that all we did was crawl through the jungle on the Cambodian border smoking dope. But that wasn’t how most of us spent our year. Hopefully, these books will help correct that narrative. 

William F Brown is the author of nine action adventure and suspense novels on Kindle, including the highly successful Bob Burke series and Our Vietnam Wars, volumes 1 thru 4, personal stories of the veterans who served there. His ministry and suspense novels include The Undertaker, Amongst My Enemies, Thursday at Noon, Aim True, My Brothers, Winner Lose All, and The Cold War Trilogy, as well as Burke’s War, Burke’s Gamble, and Burke’s Revenge. You can them out on my web site and enjoy! 

©2020 William F Brown (P)2020 William F Brown
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  • Categories: History

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We CANNOT Forget Their Sacrifices!

Each participant of the Vietnam War sacrificed an important part of their lives and did the best they could to deal with the challenges of war. Each gave so much and some gave everything for us. May we NEVER FORGET! This is an IMPORTANT series of stories of those Warriors. Everyone should hear these stories and keep them alive!

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