A Soldier's Story
By Timothy House
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Published: April 26, 2011
Words: 7,618 (approximate)
Four vets speak of their time of war in a diner. They later come to the aid of a mean girl who is attacked and help her until she can take care of herself.
Four veterans converge on a local diner and talk about their time in the service. The men are from different generations and fought in different wars though all say the same thing, "War is Hell." They complain of how they fought for freedom only to watch their crooked and heavy-handed sheriff abuse people. The same with their government. A rich girl who's father is also the hated sheriff ridicules the vets. They later come to her aid as her boyfriend tries to rape her. They further help her as her father denies her claim they she was being raped instead claiming she was trying to buy drugs and that's why she was beaten up. The men take care of her until she gets on her feet. The story explores the trials and tribulations of soldiers during and after the war.
, vietnam war
, iraq war
, war story
, timothy house
, a soldiers story
, wabash indiana
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