Forty-five years after a tour of duty in I Corps, Vietnam, enhanced by a successful career of writing and speaking, author Dick Fox sat down to study and recall the duties, actions, regrets, and politics of Americaas most confused war. The Domestic Vietnam takes a reader through the violent, treacherous actions of a Marine Sergeantas life in I Corps attached to a Marine Air Group helicopter unit based in Phu Bai and Quang Tri. Fox takes the reader from Quang Tri, to the Battle of Hue, to Khe Sanh and Con Thien a Namas Tet Offensive hottest spots. Along the way, Fox presents the Domestic side of the war in Nam; in homes, families and neighborhoods. The Domestic Nam vividly pinpoints Nam life, and a small part of the waras misconceptions and atrocities. Travel Namas I Corps with two Sergeants, close-up and personal a and then 35 years later. Foxas summations are a riveting must for anyone concerning themselves with Americaas war in South Vietnam, and the era in general.How many ways can a bike gang of eight to nineyearolds, get in trouble with hands full of worms to work with? ... Worms attract birds, and birds attract BB guns . Ditches ... for bikers to crash through, become airborne on the backside, dry or flooded (even more fun when flooded), and proceed without a wobble or wheel rim bending crash. ... With an east to west biker gang, all dedicated to their ditch tricks in.
|Title||:||The Domestic Vietnam|
|Publisher||:||Page Publishing Inc - 2015-06-18|