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the Vietnam Experience, America Takes Over, Doyle,, Edward
1 Doyle,, Edward the Vietnam Experience, America Takes Over
Boston Publishing 1982 0939526034 / 9780939526031 hardcover Good none 
The editors of Time-Life Books have produced another exciting series: The Vietnam Experience. The details of when America Takes Over are brought to you in wonderful detail through vivid photography and engaging, informative text. 
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Vietnam-Perkasie, Ehrhart, W. D.
2 Ehrhart, W. D. Vietnam-Perkasie
Zebra books 1985 082171614X / 9780821716144 Paperback Good 
A true story of survival When Ehrhart came home to Perkasie, PA he was a Marine Corps Sergeant who killed for his country - but he wasn't old enough to buy a beer or own a car in his own name. Much worse, though, no one understood the terrible rage in his soul. Coming home, for Ehrhart, was a different kind of war - a war just as dangerous in its way as the war he'd left behind. 
Price: 3.00 USD
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Reading Athena's Dance Card, Glen, Russell W.
3 Glen, Russell W. Reading Athena's Dance Card
Naval Institute Press 2000 1557503168 / 9781557503169 Hardcover new 
A revealing analysis of U.S. soldiers and Marines in Vietnam and their willingness to engage their adversaries. 
Price: 17.50 USD
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Inside The Crosshairs - Snipers in Vietnam, Lanning, Michael Lee
4 Lanning, Michael Lee Inside The Crosshairs - Snipers in Vietnam
Ivy Books 1998 1568659903 / 9781568659909 Hardcover Very good Yes 
During six months of action, a rogue sniper team, only eight men accounted for 105 enemy kills. There were no American casualties. It took about 204 hours to train a U.S. sniper, but just under a second to complete is mission. Facing the unique challenges of the Vietnam landscape never slowed these cool American trigger men-often they outfoxed the enemy, defeating them with the element of surprise and telescope-equipped rifles........ 
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Combat Photographer, Mills, Nick
5 Mills, Nick Combat Photographer
Boston, Mass. Boston Publishing Co. 1983 0939526085 / 9780939526086 Hardcover Good no 
This book has more than 200 photographs that were taken by U.S. military photographers. 
Price: 4.00 USD
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We Were Soldiers Once and Young, Moore, Lt. Gen. Harold G. and Joseph L. Galloway
6 Moore, Lt. Gen. Harold G. and Joseph L. Galloway We Were Soldiers Once and Young
harper Torch 2002 0060506989 / 9780060506988 Paperback Good - "John Taylor" inside cover 
In November 1965, some 450 men of the 1st Battalion, 7th cavalry, under the command of Lt. Col. Hal Moore, were dropped into a small clearing in the Ia Drang Valley. They were immediately surrounded by 2,000 North Vietnamese soldiers. Three days later, only two and a half miles away, a sister battalion was chopped to pieces. Together, these events constituted one of the most savage and significant battles of the Vietnam War. Told by the commander of the battalion and the only journalist on the ground through the fighting, this is the devastating, yet inspiring, story of those soldiers who sacrificed themselves for their comrades and never gave up. 
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The Green Berets, Moore, Robin
7 Moore, Robin The Green Berets
New York Avon Books 1965 Paper Back Acceptable - much wear but intact. little highlighting observed. 
Robin Moore probes the secrets of The Green Berets, America's frontline guerillas, The US Special Forces. Fiercely independent and undauntingly courageous, these fantastic fighters tangle with women spies, traitors, torturers, bandits and tribesmen. Only Robin Moore, who trained with the Green Berets, and fought hand to hand alongside them, could have told their tale which is more explosive than the Ugly American and has "the added dash of James Michener color and James Bond excitement." 
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The Barking Deer, Rubin, Jonathan
8 Rubin, Jonathan The Barking Deer
Avon Books 1974 038061135X / 9780380611355 Paperback Good - shelf wear and tanning of pages due to age 
Twelve men, handpicked from the U.S. Special Forces, were sent into the mountains of to battle the Viet Cong for control of a strategic village. The village was home to Montagnard tribesmen, who didn't understand the war, and wanted no part of it. They were the people of the Barking Deer - torn to pieces between their two would-be defenders...the American Eagle and the Viet Cong Tiger. It was a war with too many enemies...and no winners. 
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TAN PHU Special Forces Team A-23 in Combat, Wade, Leigh
9 Wade, Leigh TAN PHU Special Forces Team A-23 in Combat
ivy Books 1997 1568654693 / 9781568654690 Hardcover Good With wear to edge 
Vietnam, 1963. Leigh Wade was a radioman for the newly formed Special Forces Team A-23, a twelve man unit sent to Tan Phu - a hell on earth in the Mekong Delta, their mission: run sweeps and hammer and anvil operations, kill or capture as many VC as possible, and move back to camp before they could strike back. 
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Strange War, Strange Strategy, Walt, Lewis W. , General US Marine Corps
10 Walt, Lewis W. , General US Marine Corps Strange War, Strange Strategy
New york Award Books 1970 Paper Back Like New 
"written by a uniquely qualified expert...antiwar protestors might test their convictions by viewing Vietnam through the eyes of this man..." - Newspaper Enterprise Association "Perhaps it is too much to hope that an active-duty general (such as Lewis Walt) writing about an unpopular war will win the Pulitzer Prize. Or to hop that every American who feels bitter, confused or frustrated by Vietnam will read what he has to say. But anyone who doesn't is cheating himself." - Armed Forces Journal 
Price: 20.00 USD
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Strange War, Strange Strategy, Walt, Lewis W., General US Marine Corps
11 Walt, Lewis W., General US Marine Corps Strange War, Strange Strategy
New York Awards Book 1970 Paper Back Good little crease in spine 
"written by a uniquely qualified expert...antiwar protestors might test their convictions by viewing Vietnam through the eyes of this man..." - Newspaper Enterprise Association "Perhaps it is too much to hope that an active-duty general (such as Lewis Walt) writing about an unpopular war will win the Pulitzer Prize. Or to hop that every American who feels bitter, confused or frustrated by Vietnam will read what he has to say. But anyone who doesn't is cheating himself." - Armed Forces Journal 
Price: 7.00 USD
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The Last Battle, Wetterhahn, Ralph
12 Wetterhahn, Ralph The Last Battle
Carol & Graf Publishers 2001 0786708581 / 9780786708581 Hardcover New 
As commanding and revelatory as the recent best-sellers Flags of Our Fathers and Black Hawk Down, this new volume on the Vietnam War ranges from an obscure Cambodian island in Southeast Asia to the Oval Office of the White House as it chronicles one of the most overlooked incidents and heartbreaking episodes in America's costliest foreign conflict. On May 12, 1975, barely two weeks after U.S. helicopters lifted off the roof of the American embassy in Saigon, the S.S. Mayaguez was seized by Cambodian forces. Four days later, President Gerald Ford ordered a raid to free the ship, even though American diplomacy had already successfully negotiated its release. The U.S. Marine strike force took flight. The ensuing battle, the last of the war, took fourteen hours and the lives of forty-one Americans, including three soldiers who were unwittingly left behind when the U.S. choppers flew off. Vietnam veteran Ralph Wetterhahn has spent more than five years investigating what happened that day in the Cambodian jungle: how the abandonment of the three men who guarded the flank of the vulnerable Marine position occurred; why they were left to their tragic fate; and how -- from unprecedented interviews with the Khmer Rouge captors -- they met their grisly deaths. His spellbinding account redeems to our national memory these three entirely forgotten young Marines and their brave deeds under fire. Retail 27.00 Our Price 20.00 
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