About The Book & Author

Entering the Army in June of 1969 and "In Country" by November, there began the journey. Vietnam was more than just a war. Vietnam was also the oppressive heat of the jungle, the bugs and mosquitoes, the snakes, the swamps and rice paddies, the monsoon rains and the constant grind of "Humping the Boonies." But surviving Vietnam was more than dodging a bullet, it was about surviving your Tour of Duty with your mind and body still intact.

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Don Meyer

was assigned as a rifleman in Company D, 3rd Battalion, 506th Airborne Infantry, 101st Airborne Division and became the Radio, Telephone Operator (RTO) for his platoon leader.  His tour of duty included the incursion into Cambodia in May 1970 - Operation Binh Tay I.  That operation is detailed in Twelve Days In May by Jerald W. Berry - available in this Gift Shop.