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Dad What Did You Do In VietnamI was inspired Did You Epub #222 to write this book by the men that I served along sideThere is no hyperbole in this book Land clearing and the men who were part of it in Vietnam are unknown to most of America The history of land clearing in Vietnam is obscure These men were the most unwashed unruly unshaven and undi. Kudos to Tom for coming forward and bearing his soul with this true account of US Army Land Clearing operations in Vietnam while also sharing the early turbulent years of his life I can attest to it's accuracy as I was also there in a different engineer unit doing the same work that he describes For history buffs this is a must read as Tom tells all about the work that was performed by Land Clearing engineers who were deployed into enemy infested jungles as a tactical force which had made a big difference in re securing areas and roadways in South Vietnam while having resulted significantly in the saving of American and South Vietnamese lives Terry T Brown
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