About face

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Simon and Schuster, 1989 - Biography & Autobiography - 875 pages
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He joined the army at 15 and is today America's most decorated living soldier. In one of the most extraordinary military memoirs of our time, About Face chronicles the wars of David H. Hackworth--from World War II to his opposition to U.S. tactics and goals in Vietnam. Photographs.

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The writing is excellent and interesting. - Goodreads
Rest in peace, Colonel, and thank you for your insight! - Goodreads
It has no drop in pace. - Goodreads

Review: About Face: Odyssey Of An American Warrior

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This is the story of a very highly decorated US Army vet whose records include 2 DSC, 10 silver stars, and 8 Purple Hearts. Hackworth joined the military at 14 during WWII. He did not see combat then ... Read full review

Review: About Face: Odyssey Of An American Warrior

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Hackworth was a hero with heroic flaws. Aren't they all? Read full review

Contents

BROWN SHOES
32
HIT AND RUN
48
THE WOLFHOUNDS
59
Copyright

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