Twenty One Months

Adult
Rated 5.00/5 based on 4 reviews
Five months after being drafted into the United States Army, I found myself in the middle of South Vietnam and wondering if I was ever going to go home again. This book will give the reader a view of what the Vietnam War was like for me. It has over 50 true stories and events that show different obstacles the soldiers faced and bizarre ways they died while in Vietnam.
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Price: Free! USD
Words: 62,120
Language: English
ISBN: 9781466130333
About Ron L. Carter

Ron L. Carter - D.O.B. - Jan. 7, 1947 - Norman, Arkansas. I've lived in Visalia, CA. all my life, graduated from Redwood High School in 1965 and College of the Sequoias in 1969. Spent almost two years in the U.S. Army and did one tour of duty in Vietnam from Sept. 1967 to Sept. 1968 (during the Tet Offensive). I have an AA degree in Horticulture but I've been an insurance agent, real estate agent, and home builder since June 1969. Married to Tami. Currently retired -- I love to watch television or read books about anything that's supernatural.

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Review by: Larry Parker on July 31, 2013 :
Another well written book By this author. A factual and entertaining look at the Viet Nam war, and Ron's experiences before, during, and after his time in the U.S. Army, and Viet Nam. I enjoyed reading this book tremendously, and would recommend it to anyone who has had any military experience, whether in combat or not.
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Review by: nancy williams on Jan. 09, 2013 :
Well written book. It was a conflict that could not be won. To many American soldiers lost their life, many are still fighting the demons. I've thankful you overcame what you went through and was able to share your experience with us. It's a book everyone should read that has questions about Viet Nam and what our guys went through.
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Review by: Jennifer Abel on Jan. 02, 2013 :
Excellent read!! I'm almost finished reading this on my Kobo and am touched by the personal stories Ron shares throughout the book. I feel proud with him, scared with him, and sad too, when friends die sensless deaths (not even war-related). An amazing read to get a first-person perspective into the Vietnam War. Thank you, Ron, for sharing your experiences and memories with us. For one, I will be forevermore grateful.
- A Canadian (1/2 American by birth)
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Review by: Tami Carter on Nov. 06, 2011 :
Educational as well as entertaining! A different picture of the Vietnam war from the soldiers point of view. It's a compilation of mini stories within the story of the author's personal journey,keeping it interesting to the very last page
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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