A SALUTE TO THE NURSES THAT SERVED IN VIETNAM
This book is a work of fiction except when discussing the many experiences the nurses had and when talking about the soldiers they cared for while serving in Vietnam from 1962 to 1975. Many ofthe stories are so sad they bring tears of sorrow while others are very humorous and bring tears from laughing so hard. The comments the Special Forces troopers provided about their care while patients ofthese unsung heroes in white were their own personal experiences. The various things discussed by Henry are life experiences ofthe author before, during and after his military career.
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