Days of Valor: An Inside Account of the Bloodiest Six Months of the Vietnam War (Google eBook)

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Casemate Publishers, Nov 1, 2010 - History - 304 pages
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Days of Valor tells the story of the 199th Light Infantry Brigade, a major combat unit of the US Army that served in the Vietnam War. The brigade was formed at Fort Benning, Georgia, and was sent out to Vietnam in December 1966.
  

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Days of Valor, accurate portrayal of VN Infantry

User Review  - cliph - Overstock.com

Here's a book written by a historian and retired Special Forces Officer that gives an accurarate and compelling story of one Infantry Brigade's most harrowing days in Vietnam. Bob Tonsetic has pieced ... Read full review

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User Review  - Dave Moore - Goodreads

Gave up after slogging through Chapter 2, then fast-skimming to see if anything really developed. If it would be at all appropriate to describe a writing style as 'monotone', this is it. I've read ... Read full review

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About the author (2010)

Robert Tonsetic was commissioned as a lieutenant out of the University of Pittsburgh in 1964. After a tour with Special Forces in Thailand, he joined the 199th Light Infantry Brigade in Vietnam serving as a company commander during the Tet and May offensives of 1968. In 1970 he returned to Vietnam as a senior advisor at ARVN Ranger and Airborne units. He retired from the Army in 1991 with the rank of Colonel, eanred a Doctorate in Education, and taught for five years at the University of Central Florida. He currently lives with his wife, Polly, on Maryland's Eastern Shore.

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