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Duty, Honor and Betrayal

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by: Rod Moon
Books with a 4 star rating  (3)
Publication Date: March 16, 2012
Book Size: 6" x 9"
Pages: 225
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9780615497419
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Book Synopsis
Fly with the men of the 1st Cavalry through the 1968 Tet Offensive, then to Khe Sanh and the A Shau Valley. Join the Special Forces missions to the Ho Chi Minh Trail in Laos and Cambodia. This is a personal, brutally honest, account by a helicopter pilot during the pivotal battles of the Viet Nam war. He is a witness to American victories and the unswerving bravery of his comrades. In pursuit of a determined enemy, they fly with indomitable resolution. Hear of their willingness to face a gauntlet of death each day, and rise the next day to do it all again.
He comes home to a bitter unhinged America turning against their army and the people of South Viet Nam. He finds duty and honor unwelcome, service and sacrifice despised, and the hope of freedom betrayed in Southeast Asia.

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Customer Comments
Anonymous
Posted: April 15, 2012
Customer comment 4 star rating
A well written book that tells the story of the war accurately. The end is especially good,telling about the protesters, Jane Fonda and John Kerry. I loved the part about the monopoly game.
jamie piland
Posted: May 3, 2012
Customer comment 0 star rating
The author, Rod Moon, is so descriptive in his writing that you can visualize every mountain, valley, and experience. Reading about the war from the author's perspective was very thought provoking.
Brian barker
Posted: January 4, 2015
Customer comment 0 star rating
What a great book! I enjoyed every page even through the watery eyes of emotional engagement.
There are at least two sides to every story and when the truth is told as it is in this memoir shame gets assigned to the other sides.
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