Napalm Dreams: A Men of Valor Novel

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Simon and Schuster, Apr 15, 2004 - Fiction - 336 pages
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A shattering novel of courage, heroism, and unbreakable bonds forged in the heat of battle.
Green Beret Captain Finn McCulloden and his troops are having a very bad day -- even by the nightmarish standards of Vietnam. They've just been dropped into a meat grinder with orders to reinforce a Special Forces border camp that's about to be overrun by the North Vietnamese. Outnumbered twenty-to-one, beset by treachery from within, and saddled with an incompetent second-in-command, McCulloden knows that all hell is about to break loose.
Through one brutal day and night McCulloden and his men fight alongside their native Montagnard allies in a pitched battle of blood and guts against an unwavering foe who never stops coming. The Green Berets can neither give up nor give in, and all will become heroes in the truest sense of the word. But one extraordinary soldier man rises above them all in an ultimate act of valor....
 

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Contents

Section 1
5
Section 2
23
Section 3
43
Section 4
63
Section 5
84
Section 6
105
Section 7
126
Section 8
147
Section 13
234
Section 14
235
Section 15
254
Section 16
255
Section 17
274
Section 18
275
Section 19
294
Section 20
295

Section 9
168
Section 10
189
Section 11
190
Section 12
215
Section 21
315
Section 22
321
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John F. Mullins joined the U.S. Army in 1960 and served three tours in Vietnam with the Special Forces, initially as a medic and then as an "A" Team XO and CO, and as a SOG Operative after being commissioned in 1964. After retiring in 1981, he has worked as a "for-hire soldier," conducting security and antiterrorism operations in such hot spots as Bogota, Colombia, Beirut, and Belfast. He lives in Oklahoma.

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