Stuart Herrington - History - 2012 - 304 pages
Inside Operation Phoenix: A Personal Account Stuart Herrington. IX War Comes
to Hau Nghia Colonel Thanh was the proverbial “tough act to follow,” and his
replacement labored from the beginning under this handicap. Lt. Col. Doan Cong
Reynel Martinez - History - 2010 - 384 pages
In the hills, valleys, and triple-canopy jungles, the ambushes, firefights, and copter crashes, LRRPs were among the best and bravest to fight in Vietnam. From the Paperback edition.
Gary Linderer - History - 2009 - 384 pages
These tough young warriors--grossly outnumbered and deep in enemy territory--fought with the guts, tenacity, and courage that have made them legends in the 101st. From the Paperback edition.
James R. McDonough - Biography & Autobiography - 2007 - 256 pages
. For the author’s honesty and literary craftsmanship, Platoon Leader seems destined to be read for a long time by second lieutenants trying to prepare for the future, veterans trying to remember the past, and civilians trying to ...
Keith Nolan - History - 2009 - 448 pages
Nolan has skillfully woven operational records and oral history into a fascinating narrative that puts the reader in the thick of the action.” –Jon T. Hoffman, author of Chesty “Real and gripping . . . combat with all the warts on.” ...
Edward F. Murphy - History - 2007 - 368 pages
The story of the Marines at Khe Sanh in early 1967 is a microcosm of the Corps’s entire Vietnam War and goes a long way toward explaining why their casualties in Vietnam exceeded, on a Marine-in-combat basis, even the tremendous losses ...
James Ebert - History - 2007 - 512 pages
This provocative in-depth book focuses on the experiences of the infantry soldier in Vietnam. More than 60 Army and Marine Corps infantrymen speak of their experiences during their year-long tours of duty. From the Paperback edition.
John Culbertson - History - 2007 - 288 pages
Harrowing and unforgettable, these accounts pay tribute to the heroes who made the greatest sacrifice of all–and leave no doubt that among 5th Marine snipers uncommon valor was truly a common virtue. From the Paperback edition.
Keith Nolan - History - 2007 - 544 pages
Contrary to the mantra “We won every battle but lost the war,” the United States was defeated at Ripcord. Now, at last, the full story of this terrible battle can be told. From the Paperback edition.
James C. Donahue - History - 2010
Blackjack-34 is a magnificent tribute to the warriors of the Mobile Guerrilla Force―their courage and willingness to press on, no matter what the odds. From the Paperback edition.
Gary Linderer - History - 2011 - 320 pages
His job was to find the enmy, observe him, or kill him--all the while behind enemy lines, where success could be as dangerous as discovery. From the Paperback edition.
James Kirschke - History - 2008 - 320 pages
Sparing no one, he has written a powerful chronicle of the deadly war his Marines fought with valor. From the Paperback edition.
Kregg P. Jorgenson - History - 2010 - 256 pages
Whether occurring in the bloody, fiery chaos of sudden ambushes or during the endless nights of silent, gnawing menace spent behind enemy lines, these stories of war are truly beaucoup dinky dau . . . and ultimately unforgettable.